Apple is expected to come out with a second generation version of its iPhone X with an OLED display of 5.8 inches.
We haven’t had enough time to enjoy the delights of 4K TVs yet, but now we are gearing up for 8K televisions.
Summers are fantastic, but considering going to watch the latest summer flick at the cinema when it’s scorching hot outside makes one wish to just stay confined to the cool living room, all the while enjoying the big screen experience similar to that of a cinema at home and at a cheaper price, with a home projector. Additionally, there are no aggravating loud popcorn munchers, no person with a crazy hairdo or tall height sitting in front of you and perhaps best of all, no one constantly checking their phones which emit a blinding light in the dark theatre.
It is no unknown fact anymore that OLED TVs are fantastic. The good news is that we will be seeing more of the technology now this year; what with Panasonic, Phillips and Sony entering the OLED arena, in competition with LG. The new entrants in the field are not being taken lightly by LG though, which has announced at least five various OLED television models for the year 2017.
The only thing better than binge-watching television shows to relax and get entertained during summers, is watching them in their best format via your Home Projector. Not sure what to watch? The following is a list of running and upcoming shows that we feel will truly give an amped up viewing experience on a cinema-like quality display.
The E3 is officially over and Nintendo has left the event with a considerable mark. Before the start of the E3, Nintendo had not really shown interest in participating in conferences, with sparing presence in third party companies like Ubisoft and Microsoft. In the E3 as well, the Japanese video game veteran did not opt for a glitzy presentation; instead it delivered a 30 minute recording from Nintendo Direct stream, which was full of the latest updates, launches and game footage.
At this year’s WWDC, Apple threw a curveball at the spectators by announcing a new device. While everyone was expecting the Cupertino based company to release an AI home assistant to face the Google or Amazon, Apple announced the HomePod – a speaker that will ‘reinvent home music’