A new Samsung teaser gives us glimpse at the Galaxy S6, first Twitch convention is announced and Google is offering a handful of movies at a discount. Don’t drift into the weekend without checking out the latest news!
We are getting our first official look at the Samsung Galaxy S6! Sammy has posted a new video on Twitter, focusing on the materials used to make the device, which include water, glass and metal.
The video states the following: “I am crafted from the beautiful things I see around me. They shape who I am. I am the Next Galaxy”. We don’t get to see much, as only the side of the phone is shown at the end. Likewise, there are no hints at any specs.
Opinion: At the very least we know Samsung is putting a greater focus on build quality. Quite frankly, we are tired of those plasticky Samsung devices. This signals a new era in which Samsung may finally catch up with other manufacturers in terms of build quality and design.
— TheNextGalaxy (@SamsungMobile) February 20, 2015
Are you an avid Twitch user? You may be interesting in the latest news the game streaming service has. The company has just announced TwitchCon, the very first Twitch convention, which is to take place come September 25-26, in San Francisco.
This convention will focus on all things Twitch, but no other details have been unveiled yet. It’s pretty much a “save the date”. More info on tickets, registration and accomodation will come in the weeks and months to come.
Opinion: Twitch has a huge community, so this will likely be a big event. Will you be attending?
Need some good movies to watch over the weekend? Google has the perfect deals to take care of your entertainment needs. The Google Play Store is holding a pretty neat sale in which they offer a good amount of movies for only $4.99 each.
These include movies like Noah, I, Frankenstein, The Expendables 3, Star Trek, Inception, 300, The Matrix, The Amazing Spider man and my personal favorite, Pan’s Labyrinth. These are all priced at $4.99 for the HD version, so have at it!
Opinion: I already have Pan’s Labyrinth in Bluray and DVD, but having a digital copy wouldn’t really hurt. Maybe I can watch it for the 32nd time on my next trip!