Technical specifications of the new mid-range smart phone
HTC also has much to teach at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015. Their attempt to hold in the mid-range smart phones HTC Desire 826, a phone with 5.5-inch 64-bit processor and 2GB of RAM is nicknamed.
The main pecualiidad lies in its front optics with a sensor of 13 megapixels and Ultra Pixel technology which will favor our essential selfies. The Boom Sound speakers and customization layer Sense are other features to consider and these are widely known to the users of the company.
Initially designed for the Asian market the HTC Desire 826 will hit Europe and Asia months later. Its price is also confirmed. Their specifications in full are as fallow:
After achieving the success from iOS users the game Crossy Road is also launched on Google play store. The game was previously available on Amazon play store for android users but it was not available on Google play store.
The game is inspired by the classic Frogger with infinite versions, the theme of the game is the player needs to help different characters to cross the road without being run over. The map has endlessly stretched roads, the user losses the game but the roads are endless. There are different destinations with varying speed of traffic from which the characters need to be passed.
Crossy Road was launched in the iOS App store the last November and the game achieved the popularity as one of the best mobile games of last year. The application got so successful that numerous copies with the same mechanics but different name and missions were created.
Playing game and its control are very simple; it only requires the player to slide the finger across the screen to control the movements of the character. While moving between the roads and dodging the character helps to earn points, which is the ultimate goal of the game. The earned coins are used to unlock more than 50 different appearances of character, although you can also purchase the coins in the purchase area of the app.
Crossy Road was already available for Android users as a phone application through the Amazon app store created by Kindle Fire Company. The app is now available in Google Play and can be downloaded without any cost on any Android device with version 2.3 or higher operating system.