A day is not complete without the usual leaks, and today we have some photos of the Oppo N1 Mini and the Moto X+1. Also, those looking for a Chromebook might want to consider ASUS’ options.
Can’t wait for Friday to take a look at the Oppo Mini N1? We have some very nice leaked images for you. It supports all past evidence of the device’s aesthetics. There is a little something extra we get with this leak, though.
If these images are to be trusted, this device will come in multiple color configuration. In today’s images we see pastel-colored devices in blue, pink and yellow. More will probably come up before Friday, so stick around for more details.
Opinion: We know there are many Oppo fans out there, and this device might be a great option for those looking for a high-end, yet smaller device from the manufacturer. I love that this device is really the ultimate selfie machine. Not to mention, it should be a powerful device.
It has been a while since we have seen a leak of a device “in the wild”. Such images come from people who just happen to run into testers, and today’s ninja photo comes from Chicago’s subway.
The leaker claims this Motorola device’s screen easily measures above 5 inches. This makes everyone believe it could be the Moto X+1. Maybe a Droid? We don’t know, and we can’t really tell much by the blurry image.
Opinion: I really can’t tell you there is enough proof to say this rumor has substance. The image is very blurry and it looks like the phone may even have a case. In Chicago, this could be one of many larger Motorola smartphones, right?
Have you been considering one of ASUS’ new Chromebooks? The C200 and C300 are great options. They are also very unique in that they offer the very same, except in different sizes.
Both will have a 2.16 GHz Intel Celeron processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 16 GB SSD and even the same price! That’s right, both devices are priced starting at $249, making screen size the only difference between these laptops. One has an 11.6-inch display while the other boasts a mighty 13.3-inch screen.
Opinion: I, for one, am glad to see ASUS making things right. Sometimes there is no need to charge extra, even if a screen is bigger!