LG, Microsoft and Nintendo > To start a new week; and the first in September, let’s take a look at the latest news from major manufacturers; the opportunity to discover the new LG V30 before the announcement of the discontinuation of Microsoft Xbox One.
As for LG, we took advantage of IFA 2017 to present the LG V30 smartphone, which turned out to be a REAL IFA smartphone. With a dual photosensor for 16 and 13 megapixels; including the first one with an f/1.6 lens, it was quite capable of taking beautiful photos even in low light. There’s also a bezel-less 6-inch OLED screen and a Snapdragon 835. In addition, we’ll allocate 4GB of RAM and a minimum of 64GB of storage. Announced for a late September release in South Korea, we’re still waiting for a date for Europe; although the latter shouldn’t take too long. Finally, we’ll keep a close eye on the LG V30’s price, the latter remains unknown for now.
New LG V30 smartphone, Xbox One shutdown and virtual reality on Nintendo Switch
For its part, Microsoft announces the end of production of the Xbox One console, released in 2013. Nothing too much to worry about, though, for the manufacturer, which now wants to focus its efforts on the Xbox One S and Xbox One X. So it was normal to see the Xbox One, the first one named, no longer available for order on the manufacturer’s website. Finally, let’s get back to the Nintendo Switch for a bit, which could very well accommodate virtual reality. Indeed, there are two lines in the Nintendo Switch source code related to virtual reality. If we know that the Nintendo Switch will not be powerful enough to offer such content on its own (especially because of the panel), nothing will stop the firm from using this feature with a device specially designed for this. To be continued.