The HTC One M8 Ace has finally been unveiled, China’s Oppo N1 Mini is getting some last leaks, and the Eton Raytheon is here to give you many hours of battery life.
Subject of many a leak, the HTC One M8 Ace has finally been officially announced. It looks much like a plastic version of the HTC One M7, but it boasts specs more similar to the M8. Its powerful 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor will keep the smartphone plenty snappy.
Other specs are said to include a 5-inch 1080p display, a 13 MP rear-facing camera and a 5 MP front shooter. Not much else is known, but there the release is nearing, which should be during early June.
Opinion: The plastic clad HTC One M8 Ace should be much more friendly with your bank account. Its plastic construction makes it more affordable, while still being able to keep the HTC One’s power.
The Oppo N1 Mini is said to be announced tomorrow, but that doesn’t stop the leaks from coming. People want details, and they want them now. So, what is new here? Not much, but we did get a whole new image of what seems to be the manual.
It shows where the phone’s external components are located. Rumors associated with this leak also assure this phone will have a 5-inch 720p display, a 2140 mAh batter and a 13 MP camera.
Opinion: The Oppo N1 was one hell of a device, so we expect the Oppo N1 Mini to follow right behind its older brother. We will hear more about it tomorrow, so stay tuned!
We were surprised to see the THL 5000 this week, a device with a whopping 5000 mAh battery. IT’s certainly the biggest smartphone battery I have ever heard of, but the new Eton Raytheon is not letting it take the crown easily.
The Eton Raytheon has just been announced, and it also comes with that insane 5000 mAh battery. It also offers a 5.7-inch 1080p display, 1.7 GHz octa-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, 13MP/5MP cameras and 16 GB of internal storage.
Opinion: There’s no word on price just yet, but this could be a winner if priced right. I am amazed at the size of these batteries. When will the big manufacturers follow suit?