Samsung Galaxy J4 Core Android Go Handset Announced

Samsung Galaxy J4 Core Android Go Handset Announced

While high-end smartphones certainly make for better news and publicity, and also does a good job of showing off a company’s technology, the price of such devices typically means that there are a good number of customers out there who cannot afford them, such as those living in developing countries.

The good news is that if you are in the market for an affordable Android handset that won’t break the bank, Samsung might have something for you in the form of the Samsung Galaxy J4 Core. This is the company’s latest Android Go handset and follows the Galaxy J2 Core that was announced back in August earlier this year.

Galaxy J4 Core May Be Samsung's Second Android Go Smartphone

Galaxy J4 Core May Be Samsung's Second Android Go Smartphone

Android Go smartphones run a version of the Android OS that’s optimized for smartphones with entry-level specs. Many manufacturers have since released their Android Go devices. Samsung recently came out with one as well and it appears that the company now has another such device up its sleeve. It may be called the Galaxy J4 Core.

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core Android Go Smartphone Announced

Samsung Galaxy J2 Core Android Go Smartphone Announced

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Samsung has put out plenty of affordable smartphones in the past, so it’s not really surprising to see them launch another with the Galaxy J2 Core. However what makes this particular launch is that with the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core, it marks the first Android Go smartphone that Samsung has ever launched.

Core Pokemon Game For Nintendo Switch Moved To 'late 2019'

Core Pokemon Game For Nintendo Switch Moved To 'Late 2019'

Earlier this year around the time E3 2018 was about to kick off, Nintendo made some announcements of their own where they confirmed that they would be launching a new core Pokemon game for the Nintendo Switch. The game was initially pegged for the second half of 2019, but now it looks like it could be delayed ever so slightly.

By saying the second half of 2019, basically we're looking at anywhere between July to December, and we're sure that many are hoping it will be July. However now that it has been pushed to late 2019, it means that we're looking at anywhere between October to December. This "delay" was confirmed by Nintendo themselves in their launch schedule which now pegs the game's release for late 2019.

Strong Sales Of Core Models Drive American Honda July 2017 Auto Sales

Strong Sales of Core Models Drive American Honda July 2017 Auto Sales

American Honda Motor Co., Inc. today reported total July sales of 150,980 Honda and Acura vehicles, driven by the success of core models even as tight supplies of certain products contributed to a slight decrease of 1.2 percent vs. July 2016. Combined sales of Honda and Acura cars were up 1.9 percent on sales of 76,468, while combined trucks decreased 4.2 percent on sales of 74,512. Total Honda Division sales decreased 1.7 percent on sales of 136,803. Honda Division cars gained 2.8 percent with 72,557 vehicles sold in July, and Honda trucks were down 6.2 percent on sales of 64,246 units due mostly to limited inventory. Acura Division sales were up 3.7 percent in July on sales of 14,177 vehicles, with trucks rising 11.3 percent on sales of 10,266 for a new July record, and cars down by 12.2 percent on sales of 3,911 units.

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Well-balanced sales of both cars and trucks were a familiar theme for the Honda Division in July. Despite tight supplies of Odyssey and certain CR-V, Pilot and Ridgeline models, Honda truck sales managed a solid showing against a record July 2016, with HR-V having its best month ever and CR-V surpassing 30,000 units for the month.  Civic and Accord continued to show strength with sales above 30,000 units, with the hot new Civic Type R and Si variants bringing renewed energy to the showroom, helping overall Civic sales to a new July record.

Sony Collaborates With Altera And Macnica Americas To Make An Fpga Ip Core Available For Ip Live Production System

Sony Collaborates with Altera and Macnica Americas to Make an FPGA IP Core Available for IP Live Production SystemSony is collaborating with industry leading companies to establish and promote Sony’s IP Live Production System.
The IP Live Production System is a value-added solution that increases operational efficiency while providing robust support for high-value modalities such as 4K and 8K. The IP Live Production System streamlines and modernises live broadcast workflows, in addition to supporting next generation technologies emerging in content creation.

Panasonic Eluga Icon With Mediatek Octa-core Soc Launched In India

Panasonic Eluga Icon with MediaTek Octa-core SoC Launched in IndiaPanasonic has released Icon, a new Eluga series smartphone in India.
The new Eluga Icon is a phablet with 5.5-inch display with HD resolutions. Under the hood, it comes packed with 1.5GHz MediaTek TRU Octa-core SoC (System on Chip), which is paired with a sumptuous 2GB RAM, so the device will perform efficiently with less lag during multi-tasking and even while playing high-intensity graphic games.

Nec Latest Quad-core Android 5.0 Tablet With Dolby Atmos Technology

NEC Latest Quad-Core Android 5.0 Tablet With Dolby Atmos Technology NEC is equipping to discharge their most recent quad-center Android 5.0 tablet specifically the LAVIE Tab E TE510/BAL. Measuring 8.99mm thick and measuring 522 grams, this dainty and light tablet is designed with a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 IPS LED-backdrop illumination show, a 1.7GHz quad-center processor, a 2GB RAM and a 16GB of inward stockpiling.

Sony Wireless Audio A Core Curriculum For Rick Camp's School

Sony Wireless Audio A Core Curriculum For Rick Camp's SchoolWith some 30 years working with A-list clients that include Earth Wind & Fire, Jennifer Lopez, Madonna and Beyoncé, Rick Camp is considered one of the preeminent mix engineers in live sound. Now, his Master Mix Live school, based in Las Vegas, offers a hands-on education to small classes of aspiring A1, A2 or live audio engineers utilizing the best tools and technology available. His pick for wireless audio? Sony DWX and DWZ-series receivers, transmitters and microphones.