Daily Archives: 18/01/2013
Real Racing was first teased back in August and it looked incredible already then. New video post from the developers showcases more incredible looking visuals, and also a little background on the process of creating beautiful circuits in the game.
Here’s what developers said about the game:
Real Racing 3 lets gamers compete against friends and rival drivers from around the world. Fans can race on real world circuits with powerful dream cars from all-new manufacturers like Porsche, Audi, and Dodge. With the improvements achieved with Real Racing 2, the team aimed to raise the bar on expectations and continue to give their artists the ability to create the most realistic graphic effects on cars on an individual basis. Including realistic reflections, customizable cars and improved details down to glosses and finishes, Real Racing 3 delivers the unique experience of speeding in some of the best cars on world famous race tracks.
Owners of unbranded Galaxy S3 in Australia can feel free to celebrate as Android 4.1.2 Update has started to roll out. Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update is currently available only via KIES, and there’s no word when the update will be available via OTA. Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean brings many new features to Galaxy S3 smartphone, such as, ‘Premium Suite’, which brings ‘multi window’ functionality, but there’s also bug fixes, also Exynos exploit is fixed and the so called ‘sudden-death’ is fixed also. If you have unbranded Galaxy S3 device and your region is Australia, head to the KIES and download the update.
LG announed that they have now shipped 1 million Optimus G smartphones. Company also revealed that it’s going to bring Optimus G to Europe and to China in Q1 2013. LG Optimus G was launched in the latter part of 2012, and now LG proudly announced that they have reached 1 million units shipped milestone. While you can’t quite compare these sales number to Galaxy S3 or iPhone, 1 million units shipped from LG is pretty impressive considering the limited availability of the device. LG Optimus G is currently available in South Korea, Canada, Japan and the United States.
LG is on the increase in term of smartphone sales, in Q3 2012 company broke it’s record in smartphones sales, and that was even before Nexus 4 sales numbers. LG is set to announce it’s Q4 earnings on January 30th, and it will be very interested how Nexus 4 impacted these numbers.
If you’re big fan of great smartphones and especially fan of Lg’s Optimus G with it’s quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro chip and LTE radio, you might want to know that there’s going to be another player in Optimus G lineup. Today Engadget published photo which gives us little bit details of LG’s next high-end smartphone Optimus G Pro.
The Optimus G Pro has 5-inch 1,920-by-1080 display, that’s big upgrade from Optimus G that has only 4.7-inch 1,280-by-768 display. Also in chip side Optimus G Pro is ramped up by adding 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro chip. Optimus G Pro also has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 4G LTE, 13MP camera on the back and 3,000mAh battery. It’s also believed that Optimus G Pro has One-Seg and NOTTV functionality which hints that the device is Japan only.
Samsung is expected to announce 5.8-inch Android smartphone at Mobile World Congress in February in Barcelona. The 5.8-inch smartphone model number is GT-I9152, and it has dual-SIM support. The device will come in Pure White color. It’s also expected that the device runs Android 4.1.2 or Android 4.2.1. It seems that this device is aimed to Asian markets with it’s dual-SIM support. We’ll just have to wait for more leaks and see what Samsung will announce at MWC 2013.