LG Teases with Image of New Touch Phone
LG's official U.K. blog posted a picture of a new touch-based phone called the Arena that has yet to be officially announced. Based on the image, we can see that it has three hardware buttons on the front, as well as a user-facing camera. On the right side, the volume toggle is visible, as is another button below it. What's most interesting is the user interface. It shows some kind of 3D cube with panes that represent different applications or files. It appears that the cube can rotate, to provide access to a different set of applications/features. LG said of the Arena, "All will be revealed at Mobile World Congress."
OnePlus 3 Boasts Unibody Design, 6 GB of RAM
OnePlus today announced its third-generation flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 3. The 3 features a sleek, unibody design milled from a single block of aluminum and it measures 7.3mm thick.
TCL Teases Its Next BlackBerry Phone
TCL today offered a sneak peak of a new BlackBerry smartphone in a short video. TCL is the parent company behind Alcatel and recently struck an agreement to design and manufacture smartphone hardware for BlackBerry.
Apple Hits Refresh on the Apple TV
Apple today revealed a new set-top box for televisions that brings applications to the living room. The revised Apple TV features powerful hardware, a modernized operating system with a new user experience, weighty developer tools, and a complete App Store.
OnePlus Provides Sneak Peek of OnePlus 5
OnePlus today very nearly revealed its new flagship phone in full through its Twitter feed. The company posted a picture of the forthcoming phone with the caption, "Dual Camera.
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That is such a cool interface!!!