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Hardware specifications:
Rockchip RK3288 quad core, 28nm, ARM Cortex-A17,up to 1.8GHz
Mali-T764 3D GPU (OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0 /3.0,and OpenCL 1.1)
Android 4.4
8GB/16G for option
2.4GHz/5GHz Dual Band WiFi; 802.11 b/g/n and 802.11 a/c.
Ethernet Support LAN 100M/1000M network
Bluetooth 4.0
Expand Micro SD
T-Flash(Maximum support 32GB)
DC 5V/2.5A
Software Performance:
Android Market
Support downloading more than 600,000 applications from google play store.
Attractive UI design for better user experience;
Original Android UI can be settled by user as well.
3G dongle
Compatible with 3G dongle
Preload XBMC
Support Miracast, DLNA,
Remote Control
Can be remote by 2.4G fly mouse/mini keyboard, even remote controlby mobile phone through APK.
1*HDMI 2.0
USB port
1*USB host, 1*USB OTG
1*DC Jack
Micro SD
1*Micro SD slot,Maximum support 32GB
1*Gigabit RJ45
1*Recovery hole
Media Parameter:
AVI, MKV(XVID/px/H.264), MOV, TS, M2TS,  FLV, H.265
4K*2K,3GP, MPEG, DAT, MP4(support up to 1080P:1920×1080)
MP3,WMA,APE,FLAC,OGG,WAV,Frequency response: 20Hz to 20000Hz
HDMI cable, USB Cable, Power supply,User Manual


*HDMI Cable
*USB Cable
*Power Supply
*User Manual

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Looking to get an MX4 with a touch of extra bling? Meizu has you covered as the company has just announced a gold version of its latest flagship. The new variant was announced at a Flyme + YunOS presentation held in China today and pre-orders will start tomorrow.

You can book your unit from Taobao, Tmall and through Weibo starting from 10 AM tomorrow morning. Pricing and specifications remain unchanged over the silver version.

Unfortunately, unless you live in China, you chances of getting a gold Meizu MX4 now are pretty slim. There will be just 10,000 units available initially and they will all be distributed in the manufacturer’s homeland. We are hoping that by the time Meizu finally expands the availability of the MX4 abroad there will be more units available, though.

Meizu has promised to share more details on the international release of the MX4 shortly – we’ll naturally keep you in the loop.


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Oppo keeps its N3 teaser campaign going and the latest image it has shared once again is once again about the rotating camera of its upcoming phablet. And while the precision optics are clearly the focal point, the most interesting bit is a bit further down the back of the phone.

The image shows the fingerprint sensor, which we first saw in a leaked live photo last week. It’s centrally located on the back panel so it falls underneath your index finger when you hold the phone. At this point it’s unclear what kind of functionality the finger scanner will enable (outside of securely unlocking your phone), but we hope Oppo has though of a few cool uses of it.

We are also yet to find out if it will be a swipe-scanner similar to the one found on Samsung Galaxy smartphones and the HTC One Max or a touch one like the ones on the Apple products and the recently released Huawei Ascend Mate7. The latter has the coolest implementation we’ve seen so far and we hope the Oppo N3 manages to match it.

The wait until we find out certainly isn’t going to be long – the Oppo N3 will premiere next week, on October 29. We’ll be covering the whole thing live, so make sure you tune to our homepage when the time comes for the full scoop of the device.

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Witness impeccable detail on the 7″ IPS display and navigate with a tap, slide, swipe or pinch on the multi-touch screen. Share HD thrills with wide viewing angles that allow multiple viewers to see HD content in stunning detail, simultaneously.

 CUBE Iwork7 U67GT

Powered by Intel Atom Bay Trail-T Z3735G quad-core processor, the CUBE Iwork7 U67GT is faster than ever. Now you’ll be able to use multiple programs simultaneously without a hint of lag – and you won’t be short on programs.

Take great photos and shoot video with the 2 MP front-facing lens or video chat with the 2 MP rear-facing camera.

Simplify connections to a compatible mouse, external keyboard or other accessories with the speed and convenience of Bluetooth 4.0. Or sync up some compatible Bluetooth speakers for great sound without the wires.

The Windows 8.1 tablet offers 16GB of onboard memory and includes a microSD card slot that allows you to add up to 32GB of additional memory

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Oneplus One JBL Edition Unboxing and difference On it

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9.7 inch Fashion Classic Brown PU Leather Case with Stand for Teclast P98 Air

Product Features:

  • 9.7 inch Brown Magnet Clasp Protective leather case for Teclast P98 Air
  • Dual-mode design, you can use it as a simple protective cover or open the frame when you need
  • Soft interior never scratches or hurts your tablet screen
  • Anti-dust, impact protective and scratch-resistant, excellent protection
  • All buttons and ports remain accessible while the tablet is perfectly protected by the case
  • Designed with adjustable kickstand to prop up your tablet while you are watching movies, reading e-books or having presentations
  • Simple to install and remove
  • Best way to keep your tablet in style
  • Net Weight: 198g/ 6.98oz
  • Size: 51 x 176 x 15 mm / 9.789 x 6.864 x 0.585 inch
  • Accessory ONLY, tablet NOT included
  • Third party product, NOT made by TECLAST Corp…-p-139356.html

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Oppo Color OS 2.0Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has announced the release of Android 4.4 KitKat based Color OS 2.0 for Find 7 and Find 7a smartphones. Despite being a stable update, the latest release of Color OS 2.0 is not ready to mass market use right now, thus the company has not released it over-the-air but it needs to be downloaded manually from here.

The full instructions for installing the update are available on Oppo forums and are similar to how one installs a custom ROM. If you are not comfortable with the current method of installation, it would be better to wait for the OTA update.

Highlights of the Color OS 2.0 update

  • Refined user-interface: The ColorOS 2.0 has inherited the UI design of ColorOS 1.0, by removing redundant elements from the 1.x icons the new design are more minimalistic and easier to recognize.
  • Global Gaussian blur effect: System wide Gaussian blur effect makes the whole system looks more beautiful and consistent in different interfaces
  • System-wide animations
  • Live Weather 2.0 with new weather effect “Haze” & sound effects
  • Global gesture panel 2.0: The new gesture panel is now activated by slide up from the bottom of the screen
  • Redesigned task manager: The new task manager design shows every task running in background as a card you can simply slide it up to close it or slide it down to lock it or tap the end all button to close them all (locked apps will not be closed).
  • Easy crop for screenshots
  • Single layer launcher
  • Super power saving: New battery-saving mode extends overall back-up time by reducing animation, underclocking the CPU or shutdown all applications except for calls and messages
  • Memory cleaner: Added “Memory Cleaner” in security center, which enables you to control and release memory more easily.

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AT&T has just announced that it will start selling the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 on October 24, which is this Friday.

The handset will set you back $149.99 if you go with the traditional two-year contract. If you want to purchase it without the requirement of a long-term service agreement, you’ll need to shell out $474.99.

Alternatively, you can choose the Next plans, paying nothing upfront then followed by either 20 monthly installments of $23.75 or 24 monthly installments of $19.80. And if you activate a new or existing line on AT&T Next until October 31 you can receive $100 bill credit.

The Galaxy Mega 2 comes with a 6-inch 720p touchscreen, an 8 MP rear camera with LED flash, and a 2.1 MP front snapper. It’s powered by a quad-core CPU, aided by 1.5GB of RAM. It’s got 16GB of storage, microSD card support, and all the usual connectivity options (including 4G LTE). Keeping things running smoothly is a 2,800 mAh battery, and the preinstalled software is Android 4.4 KitKat.


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Nexus Player available for pre-order once again (and it’s gone again)


The Nexus Player wasn’t available for a long time at the Google Play Store. It was quickly labeled as “out of inventory”, but the device was not really sold out. The issue was that it needed full FCC approval in order to be sold.

We thought the process had concluded this morning when the device went up for pre-order again. It was to ship in 3-4 weeks, but alas, now the device is gone again. It’s now showing up as “out of inventory” and we don’t know when it will be back. Or did they actually sell out this time?

Opinion: This is all a bit confusing, so I will be waiting before I place my order. Are you thinking of getting a Nexus Player?