It seems it will be hard for other smartwatches to compete against the Moto 360. In other news, Dong Nguyen is releasing a new game and Huawei’s upcoming phone gets leaked.
The Moto 360 has been all over the news. We know all the details and all we are waiting for are the release date and price. We are still not sure about the former, but it seems Best Buy may have recently accidentally leaked the price.
The device showed up at Best Buy’s website, displaying a stunning $250 price point. Of course, the page has been taken down.
Opinion: Some people believe this price is too good to be true. I never understood the concept. Yes, leather and metal do cost more, but do they cost enough to add up to a… say, $300 price point?
Dong Nguyen is ready to release yet another of his frustrating games. Much like Flappy Bird, Swing Copters will be so hard and frustrating that it will be like crack for gamers – amazingly addictive.
The game will be released this week and will be free to download. Those who would rather not see pesky ads can also pay $0.99, though.
Opinion: Well, there goes my “peaceful” week.
New images of an unknown Huawei device have surfaced. The device below is said to possibly be the Ascend G7, but that is a detail we can’t confirm. In fact, there is not much we can say about the looks this device. The unit’s identity is being protected by a pesky cover.
This protector doesn’t manage to hide one main feature, though. The phone carries a fingerprint reader on its back. Rumored specs include a 720p display, a 1.6 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage.
Opinion: These specs can easily label this device as a mid-end smartphone. Adding a fingerprint reader may just give it that push it needs, though.