Huawei is almost ready to announce the Ascend P7 as the latest leaks keep slipping through. Those in China may want to take a look at the powerful 100+ V6, as well. Meanwhile, Google continues to improve Google Now with a pretty interesting feature.
Huawei will be announcing the Ascend P7 come May 7th, but that doesn’t mean we don’t deserve some sneak peeks before the official unveiling. @evleaks has been real busy lately, and he has just shown us some images of the upcoming smartphone.
The Huawei Ascend P7 seems to feature a very classic look, making it look very elegant and sleek. We will learn more about it next week, so stay tuned for more details!
Opinion: This device looks gorgeous! We must keep in mind these are press renders, though. No matter how amazing a phone looks in press images, it can feel completely different once in the hand.
Those in China now have a new option when it comes to high-end smartphones. The 100+ V6 comes with stunning specs and a price that will amaze most of us. This smartphone is only $270 USD!
The 100+ V6 sports an octa-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 16/32 GB of internal storage, 13MP/5MP cameras and a whopping 3,200 mAh battery. Not bad if you ask us. And that bezel is near inexistent.
Opinion: I would sign up for a device like this in a second, especially for that price! I can’t believe a smartphone with these specs can be had for that low of a price. Such is the power of Asian manufacturing.
Google has recently updated its Search App, and Google Now just got smarter than ever. Its latest trick will be very helpful for those who tend to forget where they left their cars. Google Now will remember exactly where you parked.
You don’t have to do a thing. Google Now will recognize when you have stopped driving and save that position, in order to ease car-finding adventures. We assume the technology behind it has to do something with traveling speed… or magic.
Opinion: While it may seem a bit funny, a lot of people forget where they park their cars. I have experienced it multiple times and have to wonder how well Google Now’s new feature will work. Time to go for a ride!