The Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is a thing we’ve been hearing a lot about recently — there’s been photos, a video in action, benchmark listings, and more. And now, an alleged presentation outlining most of its key specs, as well as the differences between it and the regular S8 model, has just surfaced on Chinese social media platform Weibo.
Yesterday, we showed you a video of a presentation that starred the Moto X (2017). According to reliable tipster Evan Blass, the phone will actually be known as the Moto X4. Speaking of Blass, this evening he disseminated a tweet containing a photograph that apparently was taken during the same presentation. We know that because the same people looking at the Moto X4 in yesterday’s video, are looking at what we shall call an alphabetical road map of the next generation Moto releases.
According to the image shared by Blass, the Moto alphabetical road map includes:
Moto Z2 Play- …
We’ve seen various leaks of the Motorola Moto X (2017), and today’s leak might be the best one yet. The unannounced handset was the subject of an official presentation, and while a video played on a front screen promoting the specs and features of the phone, someone was in the back recording the presentation on the sly. The Moto X was the flagship series for Motorola until last year’s Moto Z handsets took over.
According to the presentation, the Moto X (2017) is equipped with a 5.5-inch display. The newly announced Snapdragon 660 chipset is under the hood carrying an octa-core CPU …
The HTC One mini is a physically smaller variant of the HTC One, aiming to pack as much cool as its larger sibling, but in a more compact, pocket-friendly package. At 122 grams, the new model is lighter, all the while being made of machine-milled metal, following in the One’s footsteps. The HTC One mini comes with a 4.3-inch, 720×1280 pixel display, a dual-core Snapdragon 400 chip clocked at 1.4GHz, and 1GB of RAM, which are all okay specs for a mid-range device. HTC has chosen to put an UltraPixel camera with a 1/3″ sensor size on the One mini, capable of 1080p HDR and slow motion video recording.
If you are fond of this device, you should find this useful when you are going to watch PowerPoint (*.ppt, *.pps, *.pptx, *.ppsx, etc.) on HTC One mini. Free version of Android Office apps like ThinkFree Office, Document to Go and Kingsoft Office allows you to view PowerPoint but not with animation and transition. That’s exactly what PowerPoint to HTC One mini Converter can deal with.
Step 1: Load PowerPoint files.
Run the program and click Add button to import PowerPoint source files. Save your time by converting several PowerPoint files to videos at one time, without number limit.
Step 2: Output sittings for HTC One mini.
Choose a video format from the “Profile” drop-down list, like “HD Video” → “HD H.264 MPEG-4 AVC Video (*.mp4)”, to make full use of HTC One mini’s HD screen display.
For advanced output video settings, just click Settings button on the right. In the pop up window, you may change the video codec, audio codec, quality, bit rate, frame rate, video size, etc. to better match your HTC One mini.
Step 3: Convert PowerPoint to HTC One mini.
When all the settings are ready, click “Start” button to start the PowerPoint to HTC One mini video conversion. You will get the output videos for viewing on HTC One mini in no time.
Convert PowerPoint to video of 23 formats – Transfer your PowerPoint to the video format you prefer. Create a variety of video slideshows, regular ones including ASF, AVI, FLV, MPEG, MP4, TS, MOV, WMV, VOB, 3GP, and rare ones like RM, RA, MKV, MKA, Wii AVI, Wii MOV, NDS DPG, NDS DPG2, NDS DPG3 and NDS DPG4. Extract a sound from PowerPoint and turn it to a different audio format, e.g. *.aac, *.ac3, *.mp3.
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