If you have been in the market to pick up a Samsung Galaxy S4 for the longest time, but somehow or rather have never managed to do so simply because the color of your choice is not available, well, here we are with the Aurora Red version of the Galaxy S4 that was recently announced by the folks over at AT&T. It goes without saying that this is definitely a somewhat eccentric color, and will be an AT&T exclusive from June 14 onwards.
Of course, you can always play the role of being the early bird by placing your pre-orders from as soon as tomorrow, namely May 24th. Those who do so will have to fork out the usual $199.99 asking price, where it will be accompanied by a 2-year contract, of course, which is similar to what one would have to fork out for the ‘Black Mist’ and ‘White Frost’ colors. Any takers?
Now here we are with word that there is a new version of the Opera mobile web browser for the Android mobile operating system, where it is tipped to be the first version to do away with Opera’s Presto rendering engine while making full use of Google’s Chromium foundation. If you were to put it differently, then it would be this way – you should not run into any issues when it comes to opening up web pages as well as web apps which were specially designed for use in Chrome or majority of the other Webkit browsers.
Opera’s Webkit-based browser for Android has been made available as a public beta for a few months already, where it is now graduated from beta status and is more than ready to be used among the masses. Bear in mind that Opera will not be a Chrome clone, as this particular mobile browser also comes with its very own user interface, an article discovery service, alongside optional data compression so that users are able to save bandwidth. The Opera browser is available for those who are running devices which have Android 2.3 Gingerbread and later. [Press Release]