OnePlus and Huawei are getting ready for some big announcements. All while Square Enix is bringing its most popular MMO game to mobile.
OnePlus has revolutionized the smartphone market, and the company is ready to dig deeper into the industry again. A new announcement is in the works, but this time around OnePlus is teasing something a little different. They say it’s a “game changer” and they are promoting the new product with #OneGameChanger.
The teaser clearly display this must be about some kind of gaming accessory or device. We don’t know the details yet, but you can bet we will tell you all about this announcement when it takes place, in April.
Opinion: I have a feeling this is about some kind of gaming controller. I highly doubt OnePlus could be releasing a whole gaming console or game-centric device.
We have previously heard that Huawei would be holding an event in London, come April 15th. The Huawei Ascend P8 is said to be the protagonist at the event, so you may want to stay tuned for next month.
Huawei is already sending the invites for this London event, which means they are still set on bringing us the goodies.
Opinion: Rumors say the device will sport a 5.2-inch 1080p screen, a Kirin 930 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage and more. These are all rumors, though. Let’s just wait until the announcement to get all the official details.
Final Fantasy 11 has been Square Enix’s most popular MMORPG to date, so it’s no surprise the company wants to keep it alive. Square Enix and Nexon Corporation have just announced plans to bring the online game to mobile devices come 2016.
Details are scarce, and we still don’t know if pricing will stay the same (about $13 a month per character), but those details should arise once the game is closer to launch.
Opinion: Wow! I am about to feel like I am back in college, when my life consisted of sleeping, drinking, studying and playing Final Fantasy 11. I spent long hours playing this game, and never ever thought I would see it come to a phone.