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Jul 1, 2013

Meizu MX3 Emerges Leaked Photos Shows Edge-To-Edge Screen




Chinese mobile phone maker Meizu has been long rumored to be working on the release of a new device in its popular MX series, namely the Meizu MX3, and new allegedly leaked photos with the device appear meant to confirm its existence.

The handset is expected to arrive on shelves with a 5.5-inch Full HD touchscreen, one that would stretch from edge to edge, as said photos show, mobileaks.nl notes. Furthermore, the mobile phone is said to pack an Exynos 5410 processor inside, as well as a 13-megapixel photo snapper on the back.

Furthermore, the upcoming mobile phone is said to run under Google’s Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean operating system, with the company’s own Flyme 3.0 loaded on top. No official confirmation on the smartphone has emerged until now, but Meizu is expected to officially unveil the MX3 on July 9, so stay tuned for more on this.


Meizu MX3
Image credits to weibo via mobileaks.nl

Android 4.3 to Arrive with New Notification Service




Android 4.3, the next flavor of Google’s mobile operating system, expected to arrive on devices as part of the Jelly Bean branch, is said to sport a variety of new features and enhancements, including a new notification system.

According to Android Police, the Android 4.3 code coming from a leaked Galaxy S4 Google Edition port shows that applications will be able to read notifications, dismiss them, and even activate action buttons in notifications.  “[…] will be able to read all notifications posted by the system or any installed app, which may include personal information such as contact names and the text of messages sent to you. It will also be able to dismiss these notifications or touch action buttons within them,” said code reportedly shows.

Apps that will take advantage of this will be some sort of “notification listeners,” yet it appears that they will receive higher permissions than third-party apps have today. It remains to be seen how exactly it will affect users’ experience with the OS.

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean packs a new Notifications Service
Image credits to Google

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