LG Nexus Gets Outed In Some Very Clear “Leaks” In Belarus

Want to know more about the LG Nexus phone? Well, currently codenamed the LG E960 “Mako”, its supposed to have a dashing feature list, like a 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, 1280×768 4.7-inch display and 2GB of RAM, but with only 8GB of storage built-in. It’s currently running the just-released Android 4.1.2, but Android 4.2 features have yet to even be theorized. Check out the Belarusian (birthplace of the amazing Victoria Azarenka) site Onliner.by, where they have the leaked shots.

Via: Onliner.by

T-Mobile Adds The Ultra-Powerful Galaxy Note II To Their Fall Lineup

This is the Galaxy Note II — for T-Mobile. Still the same amazing hardware as before — a quad-core 1.6GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, 5.5-inch 1280×720 Super AMOLED HD screen, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean — but with one downside: T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network in lieu of AT&T’s 4G LTE service. Otherwise, a price and release date hasn’t been specified, other than that it will launch in the Fall.

Press release after the break.

This Could Be The Upcoming LG Nexus Phone

Everything points to a “yes”. The codename, which is Mako, is a type of shark, and all Nexus devices have fishy codenames. Further more, we’ve never seen this device before, and the rest of the tech press is enamored by it as well. A gallery of extra pics can be seen at the xda-developers, who found the pics.

With specs like an LG Optimus G, plus the latest version of Android, it would make for an interesting package. What do you think?

ViaXDA Developers, Android Central

Nokia Lumia 810 Coming Exclusively To T-Mobile

Just a quick announcement sent out by T-Mobile, the Nokia Lumia 810 has a 4.3” ClearBlack display and 8MP Carl Zeiss camera, a 1.2MP wide-angle Skype HD certified front-facing camera that’s 720p video-capable, long-lasting 1800mAh battery, and optimizations on T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ network. And that’s about it; no word on processor specs or price. The Lumia 810 will be available “in the coming weeks”.

And of course, it’s all on Windows Phone 8.

Brevity Review: The MadCatz S.T.R.I.K.E 7 Tactical Keyboard

Greetings, l33t gamers. This is, low and behold, MadCatz’s latest keyboard, the S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 — I added the tactical part in the title to make it look cooler. Basically, it’s a normal keyboard, however the keys are removable due to customized WASD and arrow keys made available once you open the box. Also, the STRIKE 7 can be configured to separate the numpad, position other parts of the unit, and overall suit the STRIKE 7 to any gaming situation you may have, or even to suit the size of your desk.

Apple’s Suggestion For iPhone 5 Purple Lens Flare: Just Hold It Better

That’s pretty much what Apple has published in a support article for iPhone 5 lens flare when taking photos. Granted, when a glass lens comes into light of certain wavelengths, it does appear purple, but it seems like iPhone 5 users just can’t put up with it. Nevertheless, Apple just suggests to take another photo, or to prevent that all from even ever happening, just make sure your trusty iPhone 5 is pointed away from the sun when taking shots.

Yeah, the camera’s fine — you’re just holding it wrong. ViaAppleMacRumors

LG Optimus G Hands-On At AT&T Unwrapped

We may have been abusing the “AT&T Unwrapped” branding for these hands-on posts, but who cares? It’s the experience and the photos of devices here that count, right? Here’s the LG Optimus G, complete with AT&T’s 4G LTE, a pretty nice aesthetic (but we’re not fans of the overly-customized Android 4.0 software), a 4.7-inch 1280×768 True HD IPS PLUS display, Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, all along with a 2,100mAh battery and 32GB internal storage.

LG Optimus G Hands-On

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Will it be worth it later this holiday season? I’m not banking on devices that don’t use Android 4.1 Jelly Bean from the get-go at this point — the Galaxy Note II and HTC One X+, both of which I had hands-on time with, did run Jelly Bean — so I am not entirely sure.