Google has rolled out a trio of new Nexus 5 ads this week, showcasing a number of features built into its camera app — including Photo Sphere, Auto Awesome, and HDR+. All three clips are just 16 seconds long, and we’ve embedded them below for your convenience.
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We’ve already seen the LG G Flex flexing, but did you know that it could heal itself, too? The handset’s back has a special coating that will happily take scratches and scuffs and then slowly make them disappear. Check it out in the video below.
Following the unveiling of the new Moto G in São Paulo, Brazil, on Wednesday, Motorola has uploaded the handset’s first ad to YouTube. The one-minute clip focuses on the handset’s specifications — including its display, quad-core processor, and all-day battery life — as well as the built-in Google services and a “guaranteed” update to Android 4.4 KitKat.
When it came to naming its new curved-glass smartphone, it seems LG didn’t choose the name “G Flex” arbitrarily. Instead, the handset earned that name because it really does bend and flex (without breaking) when you apply enough pressure to it. Check it out in the video below.
Will flexible, bendable smartphone screens ever become a reality? Samsung thinks so. In fact, if you ignore the hysterically douchetastic concept video they are using to promote the foldable Galaxy tablets of the future, Samsung says we should have folding displays on the market by 2015.
A mysterious new Nexus tablet, believed to be a Nexus 8, has been spotted on the official Android.com website. The discovery comes after Google updated the page for its new Android 4.4 KitKat release last week, but it seems unlikely this was an accidental leak.
LG may not think the Galaxy Round is a real curved glass smartphone, but Samsung certainly does. In fact, its first Galaxy Round TV ad is all about things with curves… such as a baby’s hand, an avocado, an egg, a glass, and a hip flask.
It’s quite possibly the strangest smartphone ad you’ll see this week.
Samsung has today posted an official TV commercial featuring the new Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear. The 30-second clip highlights the handset’s new faux leather backing, how its S Pen stylus can be used to “take action instantly,” and a number of TouchWiz features like AirCommand and Multi Window.
There’s also a brief glimpse at the Galaxy Note 3’s official Smart View case.
Google is expected to unveil the much-anticipated Nexus 5 tomorrow, but thanks to a new hands-on video, you don’t need to wait to see the device in all its glory. The 7-minute clip below showcases the handset’s new design from every angle, and gives us a sneak peek at its Android 4.4 KitKat software.
While the Galaxy Note 3’s massive, 5.7-inch displays is great for watching movies and playing games, it makes the handset very difficult to use with one hand. Thankfully, Samsung built a nifty little feature into TouchWiz that shrinks the entire contents of the screen for all those times when you can’t get both your mitts on it.