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Photos of Sony’s (SNE) manufactured Google (GOOG) “Nexus X” smartphone has leaked by Xperiablog. There’s no details whatsoever about the device than these two photos, seems to me that this smartphone looks like Xperia T and Xperia ion. “Nexus X” also has Google printed on it’s back, but no Xperia branding. This could go either way, true or not, it would be quite amusing to see Nexus smartphone made by Sony and not by LG. LG has been rumored of making next Nexus smartphone.
Maybe Google is trying many different manufacturer choices and then decide which gets the best “social value” and what is most liked among users. What you think about Sony manufactured Nexus smartphone? leave a comment below.
Theres been a lot of rumors about ASUS and Google’s Nexus 7 tablet coming in 32GB version, and now it got more fuel to it’s rumor flames after one Japanese Nexus 7 buyer named @oppese ordered Nexus 7 16Gb model and when he opened the box and checked settings there read available capacity 27GB.
And another rumor comes from Twitter user @Rage06 who revealed a picture in his Twitter account, which shows 32GB model of Nexus 7 tablet and it’s priced at £199 from UK retailer Dixons Stores Group (Currys/PC World).
More concrete evidence surfaces about LG’s next generation super phone, Optimus G. Optimus G is rumored to pack 1.5GHz Snapdragon Quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 13 megapixel camera, 4.7-inch IPS display, Android 4.0.4. Screen resolution is believed to be 1,280-by-768, if you can believe these screenshots. AndroidMx, site which revealed these photos, says that Optimus G is just in pre-production and all specs can still change. It’s rumored that LG is going to unveil the Optimus G in IFA 2012 Berlin at the end of this month.
UPDATE: New Youtube video of iPhone 5 leaked. Watch it below.
New fully assembled images of iPhone 5 has surfaced. These pictures shows smaller pin connector, head-phone jack at bottom of the phone and bigger speaker grills. As i believed, as sooner the phone gets to productions these photos starts to emerge. Today, iLab a repair store, which is responsible of taking these pictures leaked them to public. Repair shop also released some photos of individual parts of the iPhone 5. You can check the pictures from below.
Mobile Review has published some photos and review of Sony’s new LT30p Mint Android device. They also say that LT30p is going to be Sony’s next flagship phone. LT30p Mint is actually almost the same phone as the LT30p that was revealed earlier this month. LT30p Mint has 4.3-inch display, 1.5GHz processor and 13-megapixel camera. Device has Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed, unlike The Xpera S, which had Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Sony’s LT30p Mint is powered by Qualcomm S4 Snapdragon processor, similar as in HTC’s One X. LT30p Mint has 1Gb of RAM, this is just prototype version so it’s still lagging in speed. Mobile Review also mentions LT30p Mint is thinner than Xperia S on their hands-on video. It’s believed that Sony LT30p Mint arrives in 3Q12.
This summer has been full of password leaks from various sites, and the latest victim is German Gaming site Gamigo. A user at password-hacking forum Inside Pro published a half-gigabyte file, which contains as many as 11 million passwords. The file has been now taken away, but Forbes reports the damage may have already been done since the file was so long online. “This is the largest leak of passwords i have ever seen!”, founder of PwnedList,Steve Thomas told. he also claimed that although he could only count 8.2 million email addresses and passwords rather than 11 million.
It’s also highly recommended that if you use Gamigo gaming service that you should change your password right away!!
if you use Gamigo services let me know and tell you story by sending email in: email@example.com
New Firefox OS devices aren’t going to ship until next year, but now theres some pictures leaked. TechWeekEurope got their hands on new images of the OS and it looks great. Firefox OS is web-friendly OS as you can guess. Need to remember that this might not be the version what will be launched for the carriers.
You can already download Firefox OS, but be careful it’s not the easiest thing to install. First you need to install one of the nightlies from Mozilla’s website, then use command line to download and configure Gaia, the HTML 5 UI layer. If you want more info or help visit Mozilla’s Tony Chung’s blog post.