It’s Sunday! Finally time to take a break from the wild weekend and get ready for the routine. Before we start a new week, let’s go over this weekend’s hottest news!
Smartphone commercials tend to be brief, but Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 4 goes above and beyond to try to amuse us. In the video, two friends start playing a game in which they try to say the word “note” as often as possible.
The game proves to be contagious after they are joined by others. Sadly, not much about the phone’s features is said, other than the fact that it has a stylus.
Opinion: The video is funny for a bit, but “Note” after it starts getting predictable.
By now you have probably all heard that it’s really easy to bend an iPhone 6. This is now general knowledge, but Apple swears such is not the case. Only 9 people have complained about such issues and they claim bending iPhones are a rare occurrence.
Lewis from Unbox Therapy is back with a second iPhone 6 Plus bending video. This time he is in the streets, with witnesses and with seemingly no video edits. He manages to bend a brand new iPhone 6 again. This time with what looks like less force, and he managed to pull off part of the screen in the process.
Opinion: We know Apple cares about this and they even took the press into their test labs, but there seems to be enough proof to show the iPhone 6 Plus has a weakness.
OnePlus is growing and planning to expand to many other countries. We know India is in the list of OnePlus markets to come. Soon we will be able to add Malaysia, OnePlus announces.
OnePlus has posted a job listing for a General Manager position in Malaysia. They are looking for someone that will “act as our our company ambassador, product and brand evangelist, and the main contact point for the customers in Malaysia.”
Opinion: OnePlus will need a good team of global leaders to successfully run their expansion. It must be a bit hard to be such a new company with so much demand.