The ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Trailer Video Leaks With 10 Huge Reveals, Here’s What They Look [Described]

Although Marvel planned to debut the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer during next week’s episode of Agents of SHIELD next Tuesday, but it did flashed before that, showing us its first glimpse on Wednesday with a darf and shadowy force had different, more accurate agenda. Full details after this fold!

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Why that happened so soon officially? Shortly after a poor quality version of the entire trailer leaked online, Marvel then, decided to publish an official teaser trailer on YouTube. With a two-minute video watching, it shows the full force, team in action and also includes a look at the Hulkbuster armor, a super strange version of “I’ve Got No Strings,” and obviously, the Ultron – as voiced by James Spader in what sounds like a wonderfully creepy performance.

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The film however headed towards theaters on May 1st, 2015 in the United States. First and foremost trailer is here, and it brings a host of new era about the Avengers sequel, and we got to see and read an aweful lot about Joss Whedon’s follow-up to the first and only movie to open over $200 million at the U.S. box office.

A little group of survivors in what looks like a hidden Quinjet is our first — and probably tamest — glimpse at how dispirited the team is gonna get. This early glimpse at a molten hand gives the impression that the genocidal robot wasn’t made and replicated in one of Stark’s little rendering labs. Captain America walks ino a bar. Now we know you can really tangle with The Hulk — and the results look Man of Steel-level destructive.

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Philips i966 Aurora With 5.5-Inch qHD Display, YunOS 3.0 And 20.7MP Camera Announced

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Philips has officially unveiled Aurora i966 as the company’s latest flagship smartphone in China. It comes with a 5.5-inch (2460×1440 pixels) Quad-HD display. With 2.5D arch glass, slim bezels with 63.8% screen-to-body ratio and Corning Gorilla Glass protection, the high-end smartphone is powered by a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 (MSM8974AC) processor with Adreno 330 GPU.

The Philips i966 Aurora runs on Alibaba’s YunOS. 3.0 (based on Android), sports a 20.7-megapixel Sony IMX220 Exmor RS sensor with 6-element lens camera, with f/1.8 aperture and a front-facing of 8MP with f/1.2 aperture. It packs 3GB RAM, 32GB built-in storage and a 3000mAh battery.

The smartphone announced with a fingerprint sensor on its back that has high sensivity to work with wet hands either and it has integrated with Sabre ES9018 DAC chip.

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Philips i966 Aurora Features and Specifications

  • 5.5-inch (2560×1440 pixels) Quad HD display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection
  • 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 (MSM8974AC) processor
  • 3GB RAM, 32GB internal memory
  • YunOS 3.0 OS based on Android
  • Dimensions – 1523x76x8.2mm
  • 20.7MP rear camera with LED Flash, Sony IMX220 Exmor RS BSI sensor, f/1.8 aperture
  • 8MP front-facing camera
  • 4G LTE / 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS
  • 3000mAh battery

The Philips i966 Aurora will be available to buy in Black color . Priced in China at 3699 Chinese Yuan (Rs. 37,000 / US$600)  Estimated.

Sony Xperia Z4 Specs Leaked: Suggests 5.5″ QHD Display, Snapdragon 810 SoC

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Just a month ago Sony has officially introduced its next-gen Xperia Z3 smartphone alongside Xperia Z3 Compact and Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, but today, we got some purported specifications of the expected Xpetia Z4, hits the web allegedly.

The tipster that leaked the Xperia Z4 specs indicates that the flagship smartphone will be followed by the Xperia Z5 later in 2015.

The successdor to the Xperia Z3 is tipped to feature a 5.5? Quad-HD display, bearing the nutty 1,440 x 2.560 pixels screen resolution and the alleged phone will be powered by the upcoming Snapdragon 810 chipset clocked at 2.8GHz (four Cortex-A57 and four Cortex-A53 cores), an Adreno 430 GPU, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB as the minimum storage variant. Which in fact means more gigantic power under the hood.

Cooked with not only that, but the leaker also tips that Sony might equip the Z4 with 4GB RAM, to acquire ful advantage of the Android 5.0 Lollipop, which eventually supports 64-bit architecture, and more than a 3GB of RAM addressable memory.

The Xperia Z4 is also rumored to feature Cat.6 LTE and Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity and also speculated to come with the inclusion of a dedicated amplifier for better sound quality. Notably, HTC-like BoomSound front-facing speakers.

Not mentioned about the Z4 is a waterproof smartphone or either brings a great battery life. Currently, these are the purported news about the unannounced Xperia Z4 by Sony. Stay tuned to more details regarding the smartphone here at vsszone.

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Sony’s PS4 Remote Play Now Reportedly Coming To Xperia Z2 And Z2 Tablet

Sony has officially announced the PlayStation 4 Remote Play exclusively for some select Xperia smartphones, such as Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact, and Z3 Tablet Compact. Now, it seems that Sony is expanding its compatibility for more Xperia handsets, and that the company is planning to roll out support as well.

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About the PS4 Remote Play support for existing Xperia devices, Sony has unofficially confirmed this via Xperia Launge app, which clarifies that the Xperia Z2 and Xperia Z2 Tablet will be receiving the PlayStation 4 Remote Play functionality just after its launched in November later this year.

However, it doesn’t mentioned on which Xperia devices will be going to work with the remote, though. Good news here is that both the Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet will be getting support for PS4 Remote Play in the coming days.

Currently, there’s no official confirmation from the Japanese OEM about the PS4 Remote Play availability for Xperia Z2 and Xperia Z2 Tablet. Stay tuned to Vsszone, so that we can grab something new info regarding the PS4 Remote Play support for both the Xperia Z2 smartphone and tablet.

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Motorola ‘Shamu’ Aka Nexus X Arrives In India; Moto X+1 Pictured [Report]

Motorola’s much-anticipated and rumored ‘Shamu’ handset, called to be the Google Nexus X (speculated as Nexus 6) was spotted on an Indian import/export manifest site. Alongside, the anticipated successor to the Moto X is reportedly claimed to have leaked in an image. Full story goes like this!

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Zuaba, one of the Indian import and export site, lists two ‘Shamu Phones (prototype’ as shipped on August 20 with model number Motorola XT1112. Shipped from United States, and the smartphones had declared value of Rs. 34.982 each.

Notably, the import/ export website only listed pricing of only declared values, and usually are not considered as accurate reflections of actual market price. While the Motorola’s much-leaked ‘Shamu’ handset is expected to hit the market as the Nexus X, rumored to launch on October 31.

As per the latest report that surfaced suggesting that Google will not only launch one but two Nexus smartphones instead of one 5.9-inch Nexus X. Meanwhile, the successor to the Moto X, aka called the Moto X+1, has also been leaked in a live screenshot sporting a leather back in black color and a grey Motorola logo, just ahead of official September 4 unveil.

Toady, TK Tech News has posted new alleged images of the purported Moto X+1, with a wooden back panel and the display turned on, revealing the icon for the Moto app. Reported that the samrtphone will also feature an aluminum frame, and four sensors on the front-panel, which in reply tie-in with the Moto and Moto Aware apps, or even deliver 3D interface either.

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The website also notes that the previously leaked Moto logo on the back panel is actually the power button, and that slo offers some gesture-based shortcuts. Beyond the wood, plastic, and leather, finally the website claims the Moto X+1 will ship with a choice of denim as well as carbon fibre back panels.

The alleged specifications of the Moto X+1 include Android 4.4.4 KitKat; a 5.2-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) display, a 2.4GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor; an Adreno 330 GPU; 2GB of RAM; 16GB of built-in storage; a 12-megapixel rear camera, and a 2-megapixel front facing camera.

While the @evleaks in April tipped the Moto X+! smartphone to come with 25 color options in five segments – Cool, Neutral, Warm, Wood and Leather. Also include Red, Blue, and Grey colors.

Stay tuned to Vsszone for more genuine information regarding Nexus X, Moto X+1 and Moto G2 smartphones, which are ready to launch on September 4 in India.

Lenovo Vibe X2 Teased With Android Lollipop For September 4th Launch Event

On the invitation, Lenovo shows a big lollipop (appearing at the to be referring to Android L) with Vibe X2 word written at its center.

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Lenovo seems set to launch its Vibe X2 smartphone with Android L. Disclosed by sending lollipop-featuring invites for its September 4 pre-IFA 2014 event. The invites sent out also contains a tongue-in-cheek reference to Apple’s September 9 invite, which had said:

Wish we could say more.” Lenovo on its own invite says, “We can’t say anything either.

Just in four days, we’ll know more what actually Lenovo is planning and about the Vibe X2 as well. While the recent leaks from gdgtarena, pointed a 2.2GHz dual-core processor, display with 5-inch full HD touchscreen, paired with 2GB of RAM, 32GB built-in storage, 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, and a 5MP selfie sensor.

Based on the leaks, the Vibe X2 would be posing the same specifications as its predecessor, the Vibe X, except a bumped-up CPU. With the Vibe X2 launch invite, Lemovo finally revealed the original name of Android L – is Lollipop, and not as rumored Lemon Meringue Pie. Google have to confirm that, isn’t it? And not the revelation partner of Google be taken as consideration.

Stay tuned!

MTS Movies Exclusively Offer Free Movies For MTS Customers

Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited that operates under MTS band with partnership with Shotz7 has officially launched MTS Movies, which lets MTS dongle users and their smartphone customers watch more than 800 short films for free of cost with a new movie releasing every Friday. Exclusively, it offers Hindi and English movies, and also planning to bring other Indian languages such as Tamil, Kannada, Bangla and Gujarati in the coming future.

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According to the MTS, renowned film-makers and Bollywood personalities including Anurag Basu, Shoojit Sircar, and Sanjay misra and et all have lent their support to launch this offering. MTS as part of of its collaboration with Shotz7, MTS India also introduced a 72-hour film-making contest for creating film-markers in India.

Commenting on the launch, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer, MTS India ,

One always hears, Content is King. This assumes even greater significance for a data centric, voice enabled brand like MTS. The launch of MTS Movies, in partnership with Shotz7 is our response to engage and connect with data and Smartphone customers. Backed by our 3G Plus network, the MTS Movies offering is bound to become an instant hit amongst our customers, who are looking for a buffer free, content snacking experience.

Amitabh Srivastav, Creative Director and Promoter, of Shotz7, said

The Indian Short Film industry is in desperate need of a platform where they can not only showcase their talent but also connect with the industry bigwigs. Thanks to Bollywood and India’s film crazy audience, the culture of film making has now seeped into the most rural parts of India. We have seen a plethora of actors, directors, writers emerging from the remotest corners of the country, some of whom have already made it big in the industry. Unfortunately a lot many are still waiting to showcase their talent to the world. Shotz7 plans to harness this pool of talented film makers by providing them with a platform free of cost.

Registration for the aforementioned building film-makers will start on the 7th of September, letting all who stand a chance to win prizes of up to 5 lakhs along with guidance and membership with one of the jury members.

Interested junior artists and film-makers can participate in the MTS contest. Go and build your own film and try your luck to win Rs. 500,000 worth prizes and honer as well.

Google Sends Out Invites For September 15 India Event; Likely To Launch Android One

Although the invites which Google sent out says “More details closer to the date!“, it is expected that the much-awaited Android One smartphone will make its debut at the India event on September 15.

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Android One was announced back in June at Google I/O with their affordable price tag and near-stock Android software, which Google attempting to regain control over the customer experience in the entry-level segment. While the India’s Karbonn, Micromax and Spice would be the confirmed launch partners, though many other Indian-based companies also joined the list since then.

For instance, with the Moto E success has made little bit of difference in budget-range smartphone joy, the experience in the sub-Rs. 10,000 smartphone segment has been sub-par for most Android users. In fact it can largely be attribute to low-end hardware and an OS that often comes pre-installed with all sort of bloatware due to the marketing deals that many manufacturers sign a bit to offset some of the costs.

The Senior Vice President, Android, Chrome and Apps, Sundar Pichai at Google said:

The Mountain View-based company will not subside Android One hardware. Instead, Pichai hoped that the by sharing resources between Google and the OEMs, the companies would be able to keep the total cost of manufacturing in check.

It’s widely expected and believed that Pichai will make an appearance at Sept. 15 event in India, given the importance of the Android One project to the company. Stay tuned to get more details regarding the launch event.

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Is Motorola Mobility Leaving South Korea Next Year [REPORTS]

Motorola Mobility was officially purchased by Google in May 2012 this year after a long approval process, will leave South Korea next coming year, the 2013, which the company will not exist anymore, rather than will be shutting down its operations in South Korean region in 2013.

The only employees that Motorola Mobility will retain from the operations in South Korea include roughly 10% of its local research and development staff. Only those persons will be offered relocation packages. This move would be a part of Motorola Mobility’s global restructuring plan, that will claim over 500 jobs in South Korea. Only the mobile devices segment of Motorola is leaving South Korea, two other business divisions including the Home Business and iDEN go-to-market will remain.

In an attempt after Google’s Mobility purchase has resulted restructuring over 4000 employees losing their jobs and the disconnection of most Motorola mobility’s international websites as well. Still, there are around 600 employees with the company in South Korea who lose their jobs.

Today in Korea, Motorola Mobility notes that it started notifying staff that it plans to cease most operations within Korea, and the company also declined to give any additional details on exactly how many employees are losing their jobs. But it said that most of 10% that refers the number to R&D staff only. However, the company confirms that R&D staff is the majority of the staff at the locations in South Korea.

The closing of Motorola Mobility in South Korea is a part to consolidate its research and development operations, which as said that move is also hoped to help Motorola Mobility focus its attention on markets where it can compete most essentially.

On December 10th, we began communicating to staff in Korea our plans to close most of our operations in Korea, including our research and development and consumer mobile device marketing organization. The changes in Korea reflect our plans to consolidate our global R&D efforts to foster collaboration, and to focus more attention on markets where we are best positioned to compete effectively.

Our Home business and iDEN go-to-market operations will continue operating in Korea. We will also continue to provide customer service and warranty support for mobile devices that have been sold in Korea.

This was a difficult but necessary decision. We are very proud of the work done by our talented teams in Korea, and the many contributions they have made to our business over the years. We will offer relocation to about 10 percent of our R&D staff there. For other employees we will strive to make the transition as smooth as possible.

We are grateful for the support of our customers in Korea.

In the coming future we are glad to see some great advancements on Motorola Mobility made by Google, which are able to turn the fortunes of Motorola around. The patents and the whole company was acquired by the big G, which owned by Motorola can make something exciting. (Via TheVerge)

WhatsApp Is Reportedly To Be Acquired By Facebook?

There are millions of smartphone users who are familiar with the WhatsApp messenging app that allows individuals to send some and private real-time messages to one another. This app that has been grabbed the top chart of paid category on the iOS App Store for the last three years, but also the versions available for Android, BlackBerry, Nokia’s Symbian and Windows Phone, now it seems that the future direction of the service is going to be changed, with reports suggesting that Facebook the most popular social giant is planning to add their recent actuation of Instagram by consuming WhatsApp.

According to the recent reports that surfaced on TechCrunch saying that WhatsApp Messenger, a popular cross platform messaging application, is in talks to be acquired by Facebook. The unnamed sources are claiming that Facebook and the Sequoia backed WhatsApp have been in talks for quite some time over the potential acquisition, but no official details have been released on the finances involved in this deal yet.

How long these talks have been ongoing or what Facebook actually intends to do with the service and platform if a deal was agreed is yet to be confirmed. Considering the cross-platform messaging app serves more than one billion messages each day and the only fear would be that Facebook would integrate the technologies into their own services and close all the current WhatsApp system?

Its said that, Whatsapp’s explicit disavowal of advertising as a revenue source could even work in its favor during acquisition talks. Facebook’s been on a bit of a buying spree this year, as we all know about the $1 billion Instagram deal. The purchase of the Instagram app/service signaled Facebook’s intention to focus on the nearly five billion mobile users in the world and considering the Mark Zuckerberg’s company has declared their belief that the “next big thing is obviously going to be mobile”, and the purchase of WhatsApp would affirm that intention.

Of course the usage pattern of WhatsApp also fits in extremely well with the core concepts of the Facebook service, in that it allows users to stay in touch with friends and family on a veriety of platforms no matter where they stay.

Whatsapp, the multiplatform mobile messaging app that has been one of the runaway success stories for ad-free, paid services, has been in talks to be acquired by Facebook, according to sources close to the matter. We’re still digging around on potential price and other details about how advanced the deal is. But as mobile becomes the latest battleground in the Internet’s game of thrones, you can see how such a deal could make sense.”

This new WhatsApp doesn’t contain ads, and therefore doesn’t generate any ongoing revenue for the company or the financial backers. However, Facebook being a complete free service to use that relies on ad revenue, acquiring WhatsApp would at least diversify their revenue stream and provide some income from global sales of the app. Officially, this rumors will be unfolded in coming weeks and months, but should be sure to get their fill of WhatsApp before it becomes a Facebook’s premium product. (via TechCrunch)