Well it must be nice to live in China right now. The OnePlus One can now be pre-ordered in its home country. Google Now is getting added features. And yes, there is another LG G3 leak!
The OnePlus One is one of the hardest devices to get a hold of. Their invite system makes sure to keep demand leveled with supply, but it seems Chinese customers are being given a head start. It seems the device has become available for pre-order via JD.com!
The price is set at 1,999 Yuan, which is equivalent to about $320 USD. This would be the 16 GB version, which makes the device a bit more expensive than OnePlus’ $300 price point. It might be worth it if you can avoid the complicated invite system, though!
By the way, the 64 GB version is not listed. If interested, you will have to do with the lesser version for now.
Opinion: I would love to pay an extra $20 to get my name all over a OnePlus One! Wouldn’t you? It’s amazing specs and great build quality make the device very well worth that price, and more.
Don’t remember your car rental information? Google Now can help you with that now-insignificant issue. Google’s digital assistant is now able to give you a quick glance at your car rental information.
There is only one condition, this information must first be in your Gmail. If you received an email confirmation for your car rental, Google Now can cater it to you. Just open it and search something like “When is my rental car reservation?”.
Opinion: It’s insane how much Google can serve you with its services. Google Now recently got bill reminders (thanks to Gmail, as well). It even remembers where you parked! I can’t wait to see what’s next.
We know, we know! It seems we can no longer go a single day (or news roundup) without talking about the LG G3. It’s almost here, though! The 27th is next week, and we couldn’t be happier to stop all the murmuring and finally get down to business.
Before then, we do have a nice image of a Verizon LG G3. As expected, the device comes plastered with Verizon logos, front and back. Aside from that, there is not much new stuff to see around here. Let’s keep walking along, guys.
Opinion: Trust me, I am super excited about the LG G3. It’s just a bit hard to keep seeing all these leaks without an actual announcement. I want concrete details already!