Last week Huawei unveiled their latest attempt to crack the European market; dubbed the Honor 6, it’s something different from Huawei’s usual handsets and unlike the Ascend range, the Honor 6 (and presumably future devices in the range) do not come with Huawei branding. The Chinese manufacturer has previously suffered bad publicity in the UK and Europe – over allegations that it sends user data back to servers in China that the Chinese government can access – and the Honor 6 is designed to offer the complete Huawei package without any negative stigma attached.
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The Apple iPad 4 was a launch that was completely unprecedented. It was so weird because of one main reason, it strayed from the yearly refresh cycle that is usually religiously followed by Apple. The iPad 4th generation was an immediate successor and unlike other successors, the predecessor was immediately taken out of the shelves to make way for the new one. After causing some outrage in the stateside, it has now landed in our labs for extensive testing. So, lets get to the ceremonious unboxing of the new iPad 4, in our case, the 64 GB WiFi LTE version.
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Earlier this year, Ninjas unboxed the original Nexus S, and now, they are back with a bang. The Ninjas recently unboxed the new Google Nexus S smartphone. Check out the amazing video.
Earlier this month, Google announced Nexus S, the first smartphone powered by the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system. Google Nexus S is finally up for sale in the US. You can purchase this handset from Best Buy retail stores at $529.99 for the unlocked version. You can also buy it for $199.99 with a two years contract from T-Mobile. Continue reading “Ninjas Unbox The Google Nexus S”
The unsung hero of the Nseries family, the Nokia N86 8MP has probably received way less publicity and marketing than the Nokia N97 or N97 Mini. Yet, despite the lack of coverage, the Nokia N86 8MP remains one of the best camera phones out there.
With an 8MP camera sensor and a lens provided by Carl Zeiss, Dual-LED flash, large aperture to capture the tiniest lights in dark environments, and true video zooming without pixelation, it’s hard to fault the N86 8MP at any photography skills. It also features WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G, TV-Out, 8GB of internal storage, and runs on the tried and true S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 software. For many people who have handled it, it’s the ultimate successor to the illustrious Nokia N95, pushing the boundaries of the Dual-Slider form factor with dedicated multimedia keys and a kick-stand, and proving that a lot can be packed in a small overall size.
Here, we unbox the white version of the Nokia N86 8MP, a true beauty considering the simple lines, silver ring, and the super clean white color. It also comes with a set of white in-ear headphones that are a nice departure from Nokia’s ear-torturing regular headphones. Enjoy.