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Leaked images of the Xperia Z3 Compact reveal new colors

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Just a few weeks ago, we reported that Sony is working on a compact version of the Xperia Z3, known as the Xperia Z3 Compact. It will make its first appearance at the IFA show in Berlin, which is also right around the corner. Ausdroid got their hands on a few pictures of the upcoming Xperia Z3 compact, which shows that the phone will be available in at least 4 colors; White, Black, Mint, and Red.

Xperia-Z3-Compact-colorsAbout the specs of the smartphone, it is said to come with a 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 SoC, 4.6-inch 720p screen, 20.7MP camera, 2600 mAh battery and a nano-SIM card slot. As the event is just hours away, we will let you know when the device is out. Stay tuned!

Source: Ausdroid


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Leaked images of the Xperia Z3 Compact reveal new colors

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Just a few weeks ago, we reported that Sony is working on a compact version of the Xperia Z3, known as the Xperia Z3 Compact. It will make its first appearance at the IFA show in Berlin, which is also right around the corner. Ausdroid got their hands on a few pictures of the upcoming Xperia Z3 compact, which shows that the phone will be available in at least 4 colors; White, Black, Mint, and Red.

Xperia-Z3-Compact-colorsAbout the specs of the smartphone, it is said to come with a 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 SoC, 4.6-inch 720p screen, 20.7MP camera, 2600 mAh battery and a nano-SIM card slot. As the event is just hours away, we will let you know when the device is out. Stay tuned!

Source: Ausdroid


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Team Chaos Launches Space Colors on iOS

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Team Chaos has released its newest game on iOS devices: Space Colors. The game is described as an action adventure title with roguelike elements, as users begin from Level 1 each time they play, and have a new experience in every encounter. In Space Colors, users control a space ship and defeat enemy ships and other obstacles in a procedurally generated galaxy.

screen1136x1136In each level, players work to take over a single planet in the system. They begin at the first experience points level, with a fairly basic ship. They can travel in any direction in space, shooting at floating rocks or enemy space ships and turrets in order to earn experience points, better weapons and other (temporary) upgrades. Each encounter has an overall mission, but if the player’s ship is destroyed, they’re taken back to the map. The next time they enter that same “planet,” the missions and layout of obstacles will likely change.

That is, during one version of the level, players may be required to destroy 10 asteroids floating in space. If they fail and try again, they may have to destroy a large enemy ship instead.

Players collect credits from fallen items in the world, and can spend these credits on permanent upgrades for their ship, including improved health and weapon stats.

“One thing I wanted to maintain in Space Colors is a degree of accessibility and streamlining. I don’t think mobile games have to be accessible or streamlined, but I do think that design worked best for Space Colors,” said Team Chaos creative director Trent Polack.

“I wanted a core game that was fun, and I didn’t want to muck it up with inventory management, a combinatorial nightmare of upgrades, or complex mechanics because, at some point, you just start to run into the limitations of the touch interface. I wanted to keep the controls easy, simple, and powerful, and not require any crazy gestures or anything, and that desire motivated a lot of the simplicity of the game as a whole.”

Space Colors is available to download for $ 0.99 on iOS.


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Moto E images in multiple colors leaked ahead of May 13 reveal, along with press renders and specs

Though Motorola’s Moto G has already been regarded as quite cheap when compared to most flagship phones out there, Motorola is not quite finished with their cost-cutting party. They are expected to announce a cheaper alternative to the G, the Moto E, at an event in London on May 13, and we have finally started seeing leaks of the design of the device.

The first source shows the alleged Moto E to the right of the Moto G — we see that Motorola may have removed the front-facing camera as an additional cost-cutting measure, there seem to be front-facing speakers (yes!), and the phone seems pretty similar to other Motorola devices (in that it looks to be running a near-stock build of Android, and has a fairly minimalistic design).

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Our next source is showing us red, white, lemon, and teal Moto E models allegedly — no word on whether these backs will be hot-swappable as on the G, or whether you will have to buy the different color options straight from Motorola.

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The third leak shows us possible press renders of turquoise and lemon models of the G, and though we don’t have front-facing images to cross-verify the authenticity of the first source, this lines up with everything else we have seen related to the device so far.

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Our second to last source looks to lend credence to the all the previous rumors — we see a black phone with the same speakers as previously mentioned, and no front-facing camera. The back is almost exactly the same thing as the previous leak showed.

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Finally, we may have got specs for the device from a Brazilian retailer, along with even more pictures. This phone could feature Android 4.4 KitKat, 4GB of on-board storage, a Qualcomm Snapdragon Dual Core 1.2 GHz processor, and a 4.3″ display along with a 5MP camera. Finally, the codename could be “XT1025″.

Amid this torrent of leaks, we are anxiously awaiting the May 13 reveal of this device, where we will know for certain what the device looks like, along with (crucially) the specs and price.

Sources: hellomotohk (Google+), Android Police, @evleaks (Twitter), Hudson Martins (Twitter), Droid Life 1, 2, Fastshop


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Motorola adds 9 new colors, college options to Moto Maker

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x-color-chips-240x200Motorola on Friday announced that the Moto Maker experience has gotten even better. A post on the handset maker’s blog tells us that college students, alumni, and fans can now create Moto X designs that more closely mimic their beloved institution’s colors.

Available immediately, the Moto Maker now includes nine new colors and three new accent colors as well as pre-configured school combos. These combinations, it should be noted, employ clear cases with school logos for up to 40 schools. With more on the way, there’s even more to be had for college students. Anyone who registers with a valid “.edu” email address can receive the Moto X for $ 339, a $ 60 savings.

Those looking to pick up a school logo case with their Moto X can do so for a $ 34.95 fee. Oh, and if you’ve got a case of decision paralysis, head to the design gallery to see some inspirational color combos curated by Motorola.

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Court rules AT&T’s Aio brand must change marketing colors

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Lest customers confuse it with T-Mobile’s branding, pre-paid carrier Aio Wireless must stop using the plum colors in marketing. A federal court believes that AT&T’s pre-praid subsidiary Aio’s shade of purple is a bit too close to T-Mobile’s magenta. While some laughed at T-Mobile’s lawsuit against Aio when it was first filed last fall, it’s Legere and Co. having the last laugh today. Aio must stop using the plum color in marketing, its website, social media, and anywhere else a customer might look.

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