Posts Tagged ‘Blurrycam’
Simply when you think that the period of good smartphone video cameras has actually eradicated the Blurrycam, you get a charm like this. Right here’s an image purporting to be of a new Nokia Windows Phone 8 mobile that, if real, we’ll see on September 5th. Of course, it could simply as easily be a block of golden marzipan with some detailing, however a minimum of it gives us wish that the company’s sticking with its trademark polycarbonate in different shades of major colors.
Here’s an image purporting to be of the Galaxy Note 2′s bezel, and if it’s a fake, it’s an excellent one. Taken by a (sharper-than-usual) blurrycam snapper using factory-style dust booties, the hardware proposes a chunky, squared-off design for the second-generation phablet that declines the Galaxy S III’s more curvaceous body. The ruler draped from corner-to-corner potentially confirms reports that it would have a somewhat increased 5.5-inch canvas for your S-Pen fun. We just have one question: does that image make it look curved along the horizontal axis, or is the loose part simply bendy?
Blurrycam photos purporting to be of the 15-inch MacBook Pro’s logic board, suggest that the refreshed laptops will carry NVIDIA’s GeForce 650M Kepler GPU. Given that we’re barely hours from an Apple keynote and being deluged with all sorts of weird and wonderful rumors, we’re filing this under “could be plausible.” That said, it’s a surprise given the company’s high-profile switch to AMD’s graphics last year, but Cupertino has never been a company for sentimentality. We’ll find out the truth later today, so stay tuned.
Promise not to laugh, folks, because this one appears a bit camera shy: meet the HTC Incredible 4G for Verizon Wireless. As you can see, the designers have kept the same industrial, funky and yet austere style as before, and like the original, the famous red accents are back in the mix. The camera pod continues to exist as part of a larger protrusion on the back, which now sports a significant amount of texture. The number of capacitive buttons on the front has been reduced to three, with search now absent. The Incredible 4G is is most certainly an Ice Cream Sandwich device, complete with a Sense 4 overlay.
A quick peek at the hardware information reveals a dual-core 1.2GHz CPU, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of built-in storage, an 8MP primary camera and a front-facing VGA counterpart, along with 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 — as well as support for LTE, NFC and WiFi Direct. The display is estimated at 4-inches and is said to offer qHD resolution. In highly welcome bit of news, the camera is said to capture a rapid burst of images, which gives us hope that this is the same option found on the One X and One S. Nonetheless, it appears to be a mainstream, middle-of-the-road handset that will likely be priced between $ 100 and $ 150 on-contract. Be sure to hop the break for the press render, and for a few extra blurry snapshots, just hit up the source link below.
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If you’ve had any doubts regarding the likelihood Motorola Mobility’s Xoom 2 LTE tablets arriving at Verizon under the Droid Xyboard moniker, Mr. Blurrycam would like you to have a gander at the picture above. Following the 8.2 and 10.1-inch variants being handled by CNET last week, and soon after caught passing through the FCC, a trio of snapshots have now been posted over at Droid-Life of what’s said to be some the device’s optional accessories. Among the lot, you’ll find a Smart Cover-esque Protective Portfolio for the 8.2-incher, two versions of an HD dock, and lastly, set screen films for the 10.1-inch version. While there’s still no definitive word on price or availability, it certainly appears like a formal reveal of the slates will be zooming in imminently. Hit the source link below for all the details.
We’re getting tired of all this teasing without any payoff, but when it comes Motorola’s forthcoming dual-core Droid, we can’t help ourselves. Just days ago we saw the Bionic’s guts when it passed through the FCC, and now we’ve got fresh pics of the phone in the wild. This most recent sneak peek comes courtesy of Howard Forums user ceb unit, who posted a couple photos of the device after a Moto rep let a friend get handsy with the newest Droid. It’s good to see civilians get their paws on one, but enough already, we want shots of this thing in the hands of some happy customers!
[Thanks, Tu Tran]
Whatever wraps Windows Phone 7 handsets were being kept under seem to have all but vanished. Following in the glorious footsteps of the Samsung i917, the HTC Schubert, and its own brand-mate, the C900, here we have LG’s E900 WP7 device. It does away with the physical keyboard of its brother, allowing for an aggressively thin design, and still features Microsoft’s mandated three buttons across the bottom, though only the Start key is delineated in white. It would seem the Back and Search buttons either haven’t yet received their lick of paint or are going to be kept monochromatic to stick with the minimalistic aesthetic. Slide past the break to see the E900 in richly blurred motion.
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So we just got a second batch of T-Mobile G2 shots dropped in our mailbox — and this time, you can get a much better look at the inner workings of the carrier’s version of the upcoming HTC Vision.
Looks like this bad boy slides and tilts, which eliminates the need for a kickstand and is very likely causing you to breathe an audible sigh of relief right about now. Meanwhile, the backside reveals that HTC looks ready to really get into this asymmetrical design concept — something we’ve definitely seen on the Schubert / Mozart — and realistically, it’s probably going to polarize some buyers. Check out the gallery for a few more shots!
Update: We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but we’ve just been told that the G2 doesn’t have a tilting screen, despite what you see up there — it’s just the inner workings of the slide being pulled up. Our hearts have been ripped from our chests on this one, rest assured.
Gallery: T-Mobile G2 again, this time with less Mr. Blurrycam
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Sure, we’d heard tell of a Motorola Sage and briefly posited that the 850 / 1900MHz Android device could be AT&T’s followup to the Backflip, but bless our bluetooth and count our digital compasses if this isn’t it. Ubergizmo obtained this shot of a Motorola device that’s a dead ringer for the aforementioned horizontal clamshell, complete with the huge trackpad (mounted on the front this time) and 3.1-inch screen. Mr. Blurrycam reportedly says it will sport Android 2.1 and a hardware keyboard as well, though from this angle there’s no telling where Motorola might have stuck the QWERTY in, on or around the silver-trimmed shell. Portrait slider, anyone? [Thanks, Calob]
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