Everyone can be a content creator today. Thanks to social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter, it is easy to advertise your work and attract a large audience. The same can be said for video sharing platforms such as YouTube. The tools you use to produce great content should never impose limitation to your creative process. A great content creator can produce appealing and engaging content using most gadgets available today; some YouTubers even rely on nothing but their iPhone to produce great videos. That said, there are some interesting new gadgets that make producing great content easier. Continue reading Top New Gadgets For Content Creators
Ah… now we are beginning to see the big picture why OnePlus 5T was announced with just one color options, Midnight Black. It was probably a marketing stunt that will allow the handset maker to turn out ‘limited edition’ color for other markets. Slowly but surely, it has announced a limited Lava Red version exclusively for China market and now, at the Comic Con India, it has announced a white edition that’s Star Wars branded. This limited Star Wars edition is no doubt a celebratory device for the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie. Continue reading OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition Is Likely Why There’s Only One Color For 5T
It is not new to find Apple iPhone the subject of copies, but there’s nothing more blatant than this recent iPhone X knockoff from, arguably the master of knockoff handsets, Little Pepper (小辣椒). At a glance at the company’s S11 handset, you’d be forgiven to think that it is an actual iPhone X because it looks freaking real, right down to the edge-to-edge display and the annoying notch on the top border. However, upon closer observation, you will find that not everything is what it appears to be. It is, in fact, not border-less. It was an illusion. The display did not stretch all the way to the bottom; it is in black to create the illusion of an edge-to-edge appearance. Continue reading Chinese Knockoff Apple iPhone X Looks Surprisingly Convincing
No shitting me. Is Tesla going to make a smartphone too? If so, I can only say that this forerunner of electric cars really have a thing for all-thing that runs on battery. According to a China website, some leak images proposed that Tesla is indeed going to make a smartphone, but we shall take this exciting rumor with a pinch of salt. I mean, there have been times when some talented creatives out there have whipped up convincing ‘official products’ and so… Anyways, the purported leaked device sports a design that is quite inline with Tesla motor vehicles’ design language. Continue reading Wait, What? Is Tesla Motors Really Going To Make A Smartphone?
Xiaomi has been bashed by many for blatantly copying other brands’ design, but unbeknownst to many, the seven-year-old China startup is also a victim of copycats. But hey, if we can get similar design and possibly, comparable quality for less, why the hell not? The DOOGEE Mix you see here is one such example. While not a blatant copy, it does share some similarity alongside dashes of originality. DOOGEE is one of the hundreds of unknown smartphone makers from China and the DOOGEE Mix is one of their older models that is now available to the U.S. for under 200 bucks. Just imagine that! An edge-to-edge Android smartphone for under $200. Continue reading DOOGEE Mix: Little Known Bezel-less Android Smartphone For Under $200
With so many headline-grabbing flagships being introduced in recent months, it is easy to forget that small players like OnePlus has something good to offer without leaving us stunt with their luxury pricing. Speaking of which, OnePlus has just announced its much anticipated “premium” flagship, the OnePlus 5T and boy, is it a beauty. This beauty is a result of a combination of an immersive 6-inch “Full Optic AMOLED” display with an 18:9 aspect ratio that consumed almost the entire front of the device and a seamless anodized aluminum unibody. Continue reading OnePlus 5T Unveiled, Touts 6-inch Edge-to-Edge Display And A Headphone Jack
I am not going to lie. I get bored with my phone easily. Not with the features and functions though; it is more with the look. Maybe I shouldn’t look at my phone so many times in day. But I can’t help it cos’ I am a gadget zombie. That’s probably why I uses a case or skin as a pathetic attempt to change the look. But as it turns out, I don’t have to. There is actually an Android smartphone out there that allows you and I to change the look of the device as and when we feel like it without bumping up the device size like it would when used with a cover. So, I guess its a ‘yay’? Continue reading Is This The Most Customizable Android Smartphone In The Market Right Now?
The point of Android OS is to make your smartphone, well, smart, so you can do a lot more things than making voice calls and send text messages. Having said that, it is only natural for one to come to conclusion, almost naturally, that an Android phone will be such, but that’s really not the case for NichePhone-S, an upcoming mobile phone (note, I said ‘mobile phone’) from Japanese company, FutureModel. NichePhone-S is, as the product name suggests, a very niche phone. Why? As you can see, it looks like a glorified calculator, but beneath that, Android 4.2 OS is breathing life to it. Despite so, it does nothing more than voice calls, text messages, and stream music. Continue reading There Is Going To Be An Android Phone That Isn’t A Smartphone
One of the ‘innovations’ Apple touts with the new iPhone X was wireless charging, but really, that ‘innovation’ is not an innovation. It has been a staple in many Android smartphones for years now and so, being a person of riches, why should you be seen using an “old technology.” I mean, come on, the iPhone X is in itself a luxury good, costing at least $999, so really it deserves a lot more “revolutionary” tech. And this, folks, is why there’s the Caviar iPhone X Tesla. Continue reading Who Needs Wireless Charging On iPhone X When It Can Charges Itself?
Times have really change. These days, when we buy things like appliances, we want to make sure they look good with the rest of the kitchen. You can try your best to imagine how they will look, or you can do what I used to do: photoshop the item into an image of your living, kitchen or whatever, or you could look to Amazon iOS Shopping app. Amazon has leverage on Apple’s ARKit to include augmented reality inside the app, so don’t need to do either. Continue reading Amazon’s Leverages On AR To Let You Virtually Place Products In Your Home