The front panel in the leaked images show no physical buttons, and while there are buttons on the sides of the device, there is no word as to their intended function.The report has also obtained some specifications of the first Amazon smartphone spotted in the leaked images. It is said to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with no word on the clock speed or cores, 2GB of RAM, and run on a modified version of Google’s Android OS, much like Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets.Further, the report suggests that the alleged Amazon smartphone will come with a 4.7 inch HD display, and sport a total of six cameras: one at the rear, one at the top front panel, while four placed on four corners on the front.The rear camera is likely to sport a 13 megapixel rear camera and the alleged smartphone is expected to feature Amazon’s Mayday customer service feature via the front facing camera.The report suggests that the four camera units will work with other sensors on the Amazon smartphone for the 3D effects on the screen and are said to be low power infrared cameras.The smartphone is said to feature the much anticipated 3D software UI, and the report claims the 3D experience on the Amazon smartphone can be experienced without 3D glasses. The Amazon smartphone is further said to come with many features that utilises the alleged smartphone’s 3D technology.Amazon is also reported to be including 3D effects across its various stores (such as book store, music store and the main Amazon market), which will show could show three dimensional product images at various angles.The report also cites a source who claimed that the e commerce giant is working with third party developers to build apps for its 3D interface..
John Kristensen, of O’Reilly Collins in San Mateo, Calif., said in the letter. Consumers had to wait another year before Toyota took action. The agency should investigate the wide chronological gaps and apparent falsehoods Toyota has provided about the relay rod defect.
NHTSA’s number one accomplishment under Trump, Rushton said, was the rollback of fuel mileage requirements. The agency argued that cars will be less expensive with more lenient mileage and emissions requirements, so more people could afford newer cars with advanced safety features. Rushton, who left the agency late last month, called it “the most important traffic safety measure of recent times.”.
When WhatsApp turned eight in February, it has launched a new feature that seems to be pointing to a future where the app moves away from text messages, and relies much more heavily on photos and short videos the ephemeral status update. This newest feature from the Facebook owned messaging company bears more than a passing resemblance to social rival Snapchat, and the update hasn’t just added a new tab for the status in the menu on top of your screen, but also a camera button right in the middle of things, which can be used to update your status, or a contact, or group. It’s an exciting change, and it’s really straightforward too, but in case you have any doubts about how to use the feature, here’s what you need to know about the revamped WhatsApp Status updates..