Trivia lovers, here is something that might just pique your interest. After all, don’t you wish you had all sorts of information at your fingertips? Windows Phone lovers will be pleased to hear that there is a leak concerning information about the Windows Phone Store, and such information can be said to be ‘ancient”, as it dates back all the way to October 2011 with the introduction of Windows Phone 7.5.
So far, the most popular downloaded app happens to be Facebook with more than 112 million installations – no surprise there at all, I suppose. WhatsApp is behind Facebook considerably at 92 million downloads, while OneDrive has 62.5 million downloads. Located close to the bottom of the food chain would be PayPal that picked up a mere 1.6 million downloads all this while, and 2.5 million for Telegraph.
Third party apps as well as games have had their fair share of hits, too, like Tube HD that handles the playback of YouTube videos with more than 13 million downloads. Of course, these figures would pale in comparison to what Android and iOS platforms have garnered all this while.
Fancy picking up a brand new Android-powered smartphone that comes with plenty of bells and whistles, and yet does not break the bank? The NUU Mobile Z8 is the answer to that question. An unlocked handset that goes for $299.99 a pop, while sporting not one, but two LTE SIM slots? Tell me more!
The Z8 will arrive in 16GB and 32GB capacities, where it will also be accompanied by the likes of a 5.5” Full HD touchscreen display with a pixel density of 400PPI, while there is an 8MP shooter in front with a wide angle lens that makes capturing group selfies a snap. Behind lies a 13MP Sony camera with BSI sensor, and you have an octa-core 1.7GHz running proceedings from underneath the hood. A microSD memory card slot goes a long way in making sure that you will have plenty of storage options as well, while noise cancelling audio, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and Gesture Controls complete the entire shebang. Any takers?