We have already heard some rumored specifications on the new Nikon D800, and now the guys over at Nikon Rumors have managed to get their hands on some photos of the D800.
The Nikon D800 is reported to be smaller and lighter than the existing D700 and will apparently come with a 36MP sensor, plus a slightly larger display the the D700 and also better video quality than the D3S.
Other details include auto-focus identical to the D3/D700, plus CF and SD card slots, and it will be able to record video in 1080p/30/25/24 and 720p/60/30/25/24.
There are no details as yet when the Nikon D800 will be officially announced, as soon as we get some more information we will let you guys know.
Today seems rife with Nexus announcements. We just reported about the “corrected” specs for the next Nexus phone, and now we’ve got reports about the phone has making an appearance in the wild. A Romanian website, Mobilissimo.ro recently posted up two new images and a video of the phone that is said to be the Galaxy Nexus/Nexus Prime. While the pictures and video of the phone surely look like it could be the same device, we don’t get to see a side profile of the phone to determine whether the phone will be carrying the sexy curve that was shown off in the Unpacked video.
Ice Cream Sandwich looks just like it did in previously leaked photos and videos, so no surprise there – but we can’t wait to get it on our own Android phones. The phone also doesn’t look like it’ll be packing the massive 4.65″ display but then again, the person holding the phone could have big hands. However the screenshots taken by the phone are definitely 720 x 1280 in size, which is testament to the phone’s 720p display (though there’s a possibility the screens were edited – until something is officially announced we can’t say for sure). We can also see that the capacitive buttons are now on the display of the phone itself.
Check out the video demonstration of the new Nexus phone running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and let us know what you think. Is this the phone you’ve been waiting for?
We have been hearing rumors over the last couple of months that the iPhone 5 will come with a larger display and will feature a slimmer design.
There have also been rumors that Apple will get rid of the glass back on the iPhone 5, we have seen a number of supposed cases from Chinese manufacturers, but now Case-Mate has posted some pictures of some new iPhone 5 cases on their website, the page has now been removed.
Case-Mate could have posted the images as some sort of clever marketing ploy, or they could have leaked them by mistake, and we think the second option is probably more likely as the page has now been removed.
The specification of the Sony PRS-T1 e-book reader has been unveiled. Priced at €165 (around $240), the gadget features a 6-inch (800×600) e-ink display that allows dual-touch gestures like pinch-to-zoom. Weighing at only 7.6-ounce, the Sony PRS-T1 also features a plastic body that brings the weight down to 168g and the inclusion of Wikipedia/ Google search.
We don’t mind eyeballing a few impossibly clean renders when we get wind of a new toy, but there’s nothing like the real McCoy. Today’s bones slipped out of a (now pulled) HDblog hands-on of the Acer Aspire 3951 Ultrabook, possibly leaked ahead of an IFA 2011 embargo. The genuine article looks nearly identical to its rendered counterpart, albeit a bit thicker and more plasticky. The unveiled 13.3-inchMacBook Air competitor reportedly sports a second generation Intel Core processor, boots from sleep in under two seconds, and is only 13mm thick. The price? While there is no official word on this exactmodel, Acer head-honcho JT Wang mentioned last week that the outfit was prepping to launch a new Ultrabook in September for about $800. Lines up nicely with the Acer 3951′s rumored $770-960 price range, doesn’t it?
We saw some photos of the HTC Holiday A Few weeks ago, the device pictured at the time was a prototype of the HTC Holiday, and now the guys over at Engadget have got some hands-on Their photos of the actual final HTC Holiday.
According to the report the HTC Holiday will feature a 4.5 inch qHD display, plus a dual core 1.2GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, there is also an 8 megapixel camera with an LED flash on the back and a 1.3 megapixel camera up front.
Other specifications include 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, and four capacitive buttons at the bottom of the display, it will come with Android 2.3.4 plus HTC’s Sense 3.0 and it will be available on AT&T’s LTE network.
As soon as we get some more information on when the HTC Holiday ill be available we will let you guys know.
More information has been leaked from Germany this time about the new Sony A77 specifications together with a few new images of the camera that is shortly to be launched by Sony.
The A77 will be equipped with a 24.3 MP Exmor HD CMOS sensor supported by 19 points AF sensor with 11 cross sensors. It will also include ISO 100-16000, with expandable ISO 50 option, 1920 x 1080 60p/24p AVCHD 2.0 together with P/A/S/M manual controls while recording video.
The A77 will also include a completely new developed Bionz processor, TrueBlack 921k 3-way tilt LCD, 3 million dot OLED viewfinder, Smart teleconverter function with 1.4x and 2.0x option and built in flash. Its body will be constructed from Magnesium alloy weighing 680g, and retail for around $1000-$1200 once launched.
As soon as anything official is released or announced by Sony about the new A77 we will keep you updated.
It looks like Acer is getting ready to launch a new Ultrabook notebook in an attempt to take on Apple’s MacBook Air, the Acer Aspire 3951, which shares a similar size and dimensions to Apple’s MacBook Air.
The Acer Aspire 3951 Ultrabook is expected to launch in October, and it will measure 13mm thick and weigh in at just 1.4 KG, as you can see from the photos is features an aluminum casing and an ultra thin design.
Other specifications include a second generation Intel Core processor, an optional 160GB SSD, up to six hours of battery life,it is expected to go on sale in October and will cost somewhere between $770 and $960.
Nokia has just leaked, after the presentation of the Symbian roadmap with the fourmodels (Helen, Zeta, Fairies and Cindy, remember) the first pictures of the Nokia 700 “Zeta”.
The phone was unveiled yesterday as “the thinnest phone ever,” with a 3.2-inchAMOLED screen nHD, Symbian OS and Fine GHz processor from a NFC enabled, as well as a 5 Mpixel camera with flash back to be led.
The phone, in keeping with the declaration of Nokia, is an inch thick for the exactweight of 80 grams.
After the jump, the second official image.
There’s not really much more than the image above to go on with this one, but what you’re looking at is purported to be the as-yet-unannounced Xperia Duo, which may or may not be Sony Ericsson’s first dual-core phone. As you can see, it bears some resemblance to the Xperia Arc, with what appears to be a large, edge-to-edge display and a UI that’s apparently been tweaked a bit from what we’ve seen previously on SE phones, including a different weather widget and media player controls under the dock. Of course, it is still just a single image, so we’d recommend taking it with the usual grain of salt for the time being.