The OnePlus 6 smartphone has just been announced and we've got all the details on the £469 flagship killer, which lands in the UK on May 22. Simply put, the new handset is a winner. It looks like an iPhone X, courtesy of a notch at the top, which is quickly becoming the rage on Android phones cheap and pricey. The premium feel also extends to its all-glass design – a first for the Chinese manufacturer – with Galaxy S9-style curved edges to top it off. And if you decide to turn off the notch, it ends up looking even more like Samsung's flagship. Then there's the 6.28-inch AMOLED screen (the biggest ever on a OnePlus phone) encased between the tiniest of borders to give you maximum display space. As a result, videos streamed on YouTube and Netflix at the optimum setting should look great on the device. OnePlus 6 specsThe tech specs in detail... Screen: 6.28-inch fullHD AMOLED display Chip: Snapdragon 845 (64-bit, 2.8GHz) RAM: 6GB / 8GB Storage: 64GB / 256GB … [Read more...] about OnePlus 6 hands-on review – is this the cheaper Samsung Galaxy S9 rival we’ve been waiting for?
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Unity 2018.1 marks the start of a new cycle that introduces a major upgrade to our core technology, which gives artists, developers and engineers the power to express their talents and collaborate more efficiently to make their AAA dreams a reality. Let’s start with a few of the highlights, and then you can dig into the details of all the features. The first two highlights described below, the Scriptable Render Pipeline and the C# Job System, represent the first versions of two major features, which will continue to evolve to help you unlock beautiful graphics and increase the runtime performance of Unity. While you go through the list of new features, you can download Unity 2018.1 here. Scriptable Render Pipeline (SRP) Available in Preview with Unity 2018.1, the new Scriptable Render Pipeline (SRP) places the power of modern hardware and GPUs directly into the hands of developers and technical artists, without having to digest millions of lines of C++ engine code. SRP makes it … [Read more...] about 2018.1 is now available – Unity Blog
What Are Mobile KPIs? So you’ve created an awesome mobile app. The design is perfectly intuitive and visually stunning. It works even better than you thought it would. In fact, you are starting to wonder how you ever lived without it. You’re even starting to see some measurable results based on industry standard key performance indicators. Naturally, you hope that your audience likes it as much as you do, or at least enough to generate some revenue! Figuring out your mobile app’s value and assessing your app’s performance starts with knowing which mobile KPIs (key performance indicators) and mobile app metrics are the ones that you should care about and track. The process starts once your app is listed in the app stores and your “baby” is out in the world. Once it is being downloaded and used by your target audience, you’ll want to track how it is performing via the aforementioned KPIs and metrics. But how do you define success and measure your … [Read more...] about 50+ KPIs to Measure Your Mobile Game or App
When we talk about how games have evolved over time, we often talk in terms of polygons and pixels. Where once you could count the number of pixels that made up a character on one hand, we now have lifelike models and environments made out of so many lines of code that they sometimes look more real than reality. But what if there was another way to look at games and analyze them? What if there was something you probably glossed over that could tell you what era a game came from, and what sensibilities it was designed with? What if you could see your games in a new way by looking at... their menus? I know, I know. Video game menus are not the most exciting topic in the world. But there's been a change, an evolution in this seemingly most basic of video game attributes, happening right under our noses, and I'd wager most of us haven't even noticed. If it helps, think of scrutinizing menus like codebreaking - uncovering hidden messages left by a game's developers. And if that doesn't … [Read more...] about Forget graphics
It's easy to think that just buying a new smartphone means you're automatically getting the best phone for gaming this year. Although that's definitely a good route to go down, sometimes it's tough to narrow it down between all the good new phones out over the past 12 months. Whether you're thinking Android or iOS, there's quite a choice as to which one to settle for, especially when they really don't tend to come cheap. Before you start your research, we've tested the big name phones of 2017 and 2018 to make sure that they're up to scratch. We've considered screen size and resolution, battery capacity, storage and general design, along with how it actually is to use as your all round smartphone choice. We're still testing several phones, but this is our ranking for the current best phones for gaming available right now. Best gaming headsets Best capture devices Best PS4 hard drives 1. Razer Phone Big, bold and seriously noisy Weight: 197g | Dimensions: … [Read more...] about The best phones for gaming in 2018