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Xiaomi MiBox enhanced edition

Xiaomi unveiled two routers and an Android-based set-top box. One of the two routers is touted as the “the world’s most inexpensive” such device with 802.11ac connectivity support. It will sell for just 129 Yuan, which is the amount that translates into roughly $21.

The other router is a bit “smarter” packing 256MB of RAM and 1TB hard drive that allows it to work as a media server. This unit will go for 699 Yuan, which is the equivalent of $112.

Finally, there’s the set-top box called MiBox enhanced edition that obviously builds on top of the original MiBox. This model comes with a 2GHz quad-core processor, 4K video support, 802.11ac connectivity and just 4GB of internal storage, which can be expanded with microSD cards. In addition, it can receive streaming content via Miracast, AirPlay and DLNA. The MiBox enhanced edition will be available for 399 Yuan (about $64).

Again, we’ve no idea whether any of these products will end-up selling in the Western hemisphere. We’ll let you know if we hear something on that front…

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[Via: GizChina]

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Low-cost Nexus phone to rock MediaTek's 64-bit chip?

Just the other day we’ve told you that Google may be working on an affordable Nexus device, one that will use a chip made by MediaTek, rather than Qualcomm. Guess what? That chip could sport a 64-bit architecture with four or eight cores.

MediaTek unveiled its 64-bit offering a few months ago and now they seem ready for prime time. According to Taiwan’s Economic Daily, the chip maker is delighted with the deal, hoping it could help in reaching new vendors which in turn could launch devices in the Western hemisphere. At the same time, it’s also a sort of privilege to have a chip inside a Nexus device.

Only a few of the major handset makers are relying on MediaTek-made gear — including Sony and HTC — and even they opt to use these products in their low-cost products for the world’s emerging markets. With Google on its side, MediaTek may finally find its way to the West, big time.

However, we’re not sure whether this upcoming Nexus phone — which will reportedly have a price tag of $100 — will be “stuck” to the fast-growing economies or it will be available all around the world. If it ends up selling in the West, the low-cost Nexus could help Google expand its reach among the price conscious consumers, eventually getting more addicts to its services. We’ll see how that goes…

[Via: G4Games]

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ZTE Nubia X6 Mini coming soon

Looks like ZTE is preparing to embrace Samsung’s “mini strategy” for its newly unveiled Nubia X6 with such a device (Nubia X6 mini) being leaked on Weibo, which for those of you who don’t know is China’s “version” of Twitter.

Considering how big the regular Nubia X6 is, we’re not surprised that its mini variant will have a 5.2-inch 1080p full HD screen. Rest of the specs will apparently include 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core chip, 13-megapixel camera on the back and LTE connectivity support. Android 4.4 KitKat will run the show with ZTE’s own Nubia UI singing on top

Once released, the Nubia X6 mini will reportedly sell for 3,299 RMB ($529), which is a lot of money. Then again, this will be ZTE’s flagship device so we guess that’s kinda fair.

Anyhow, we’ve no idea when/whether the regular Nubia X6 will hit the Western hemisphere, let alone its mini version. We’ll let you know if we have something new to add here…

[Via: GizChina]

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Oppo R1S with 5-inch 720p screen, 1.6GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 chip officially announced

Oppo announced a new mid-end phone in China – Oppo R1S. Specs wise, this device comes with a 5-inch 720p HD screen, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400 quad-core chip clocked at 1.6GHz, 1GB of RAM, LTE connectivity support, 16GB of internal storage and a 2,140 mAh battery. There’s also a 13-megapixel camera on the back with LED flash, 6-element lens, f/2.0 aperture and 1/3-inch Sony IMX214 sensor; 5-megapixel camera is on the front of the phone.

As that’s usually the case with Oppo-made phones, the company’s own Color OS is running the show on top of the Android core, providing some nice enhancements, fancy UI and so on.

The Oppo R1S will be available for pre-order from the official Oppo online Store in China starting April 25. Users will be able to choose between Blue and White color models, each costing 2,498 Yuan which is the amount that translates into some $400.

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Компания iconBIT представила новый 7-дюймовый Android планшет – iconBIT Sky 3G QUAD, оснащенный четырехъядерным процессором Broadcom, поддержкой GPS/ГЛОНАСС-навигации и телефонных функций, включая 3G сети.

Как отмечает производитель, в отличие от многих бюджетных 3G моделей 2013 года, Sky 3G QUAD имеет встроенный 3G/HSPA+ модуль, с помощью которого пользователь может не только получить доступ в Интернет, но и воспользоваться функцией голосовой связи и SMS. Новинка оснащена новым 1,2 ГГц четырехъядерным процессором Broadcom BCM23550 с эффективной оптимизацией баланса производительности и энергопотребления, а при звонках предусмотрена телефонная ориентация планшета. Кроме того, тут есть место встроенному FM-радио, Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n) модулю, поддержке Bluetooth 4.0, а также GPS и ГЛОНАСС навигации.

iconBIT Sky 3G QUAD уже доступен на полках розничных сетей. Рекомендованная розничная цена составляет 4 590 рублей.

Прочие технические характеристики iconBIT Sky 3G QUAD:

  • Поддержка стандартов связи: 3G HSPA+ 900/2100 МГц; GSM GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 МГц; две SIM карты
  • Размеры: 187x109x10 мм
  • Вес: 260 г
  • Процессор: 1,2 ГГц, четырехъядерный, Broadcom BCM23550
  • Платформа: Android 4.2
  • Дисплей: 7-дюймовый, OGS, разрешением 1024х600 пикселей
  • Основная камера: 2 МП
  • Фронтальная камера: VGA
  • Память: 512 Мб ОЗУ (LPDDR2), 4 Гб встроенной, слот под microSD карты памяти (до 32 Гб)
  • Коммуникации: Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.0, USB, GPS/ГЛОНАСС
  • Аккумулятор: 2800 мА/ч



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Android might dominate the mobile market share in terms of devices sold, but when it comes to mobile ad traffic and ad revenue, it has always lagged.

As reported by Opera Mediaworks, Android showed 42.8% of mobile ad impressions as compared to 38.2% for iOS devices during the first quarter 2014. However, Android still lags in ad revenue as iOS achieved 52% vs Android’s 33.5%. The good news is that Android did show a significant jump over the first quarter of 2013, which was 27%. Although this data is worldwide, the U.S. represents 50.6% of global market ad traffic.

With Android representing close to 80% of the overall market share for smartphones sales, you would think that Android would dominate in ad traffic and revenue as well, but the data shows how powerful iOS really is.

Another interesting tidbit is that Samsung represents 60% of the Android ad impressions, which isn’t surprising.

source: Computerworld


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Here’s quite an exciting thing for mobile gamers. XCOM is now on Android. People loved it on PC and the “proper” home consoles, with the Android release from 2K Games claiming to offer a full-power mobile recreation of everything that made the strategic combat title such a popular smash.

Here are some men crouching down with guns:

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Apparently it’s more interesting to play than look at. Android XCOM comes with a pretty large price tag, though, costing £7.14 to buy via Google Play. Pity those who paid £39.99 for it on a disc. Get it here.

Read: Eurodroid







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