Tired of the leaks and rumors? Now we have official images of the Samsung Galaxy S6! Pebble also slipped and showed us their new smart watch. All while YouTube for Kids launches.
Tired of all the leaks and rumors? Maybe you have been a bit more satisfied with the teasers Samsung has been giving us, but nothing quite beats what we are taking a look at today. Both AT&T and T-Mobile have released image teasers of the Samsung Galaxy S6. They are the same image, except with a different color scheme.
We don’t get to see much, but the images portray the side of the Samsung Galaxy S6, featuring what seems like a wrap-around metal body. It also does look like the side of that display is what Samsung now calls an “Edge” screen. This means it wraps around the side like in the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge.
These images also have captions saying “six appeal”… get it? And if that wasn’t enough details, AT&T’s version also says the phone should be launch on the Spring of 2015.
Opinion: This is a very revealing teaser. I can’t say I often see manufacturers and carriers giving us so many official details before the announcement. Can’t wait for MWC!
Pebble is getting ready for a big announcement, but rumors are already telling us their event could be all about a new Pebble smart watch. This device is said to come with a new OS, a slimmer profile, improved specs and a color e-paper display. Pretty exciting, but how will it look?
A new image has been leaked, coming straight from the company’s servers. The image below displays what looks like a larger Pebble with a very basic design. It also does show a color screen, even if it’s not displaying many colors in this specific mock-up.
Opinion: Want to see something funny? The image at Pebble’s servers has now been taken down and replaced with a pretty funny one. Check it out by clicking here! Either way, I hope they have a Steel version of this smart watch coming. I would prefer a slightly flashier design.
Just as rumors suggested, Google has been working hard on a YouTube app for the kiddos ad today we are seeing its glorious launch. YouTube for Kids has been launched for Android and iOS devices, with both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store hosting the new application.
Of course, it focuses on content for young audiences and offers extensive parental controls. In addition, the interface offers large buttons and a simple design that even a kid can figure out.
Opinion: Do you have kids? Test the YouTube for Kids app and let us know how you like it! Sadly, I have no little ones running around my place.