Leica’s series of cameras aren’t exactly priced for the budding enthusiast with a small budget, but rather they have been designed for professionals and more serious hobbyists who don’t mind spending a lot of money on a camera which they believe is a solid investment for the future. Well if you’re looking forward to seeing more of Leica’s products, come 11th of June it seems that the company might have a new camera they plan to announce.
According to a tease on the company’s Facebook page, Leica is teasing a new Mini M camera which will be unveiled in full on the 11th of June. This camera is expected to find its way into the middle of Leica’s M rangefinder series and the X2 fixed-lens camera, meaning that for those hoping this might be a budget offering, think again. Apart from that we’re not sure what sort of specs this new Mini M camera will sport, but be sure to check back with us on the 11th of June for the details.
While Nokia might be dominating the Windows Phone scene, let’s not forget players like Huawei who have released Windows Phone devices in the past. If you’re a Huawei user and you’re feeling a bit left out that Nokia has exclusive apps for their Lumia series of Windows Phone handsets, fret not because it seems that Huawei has launched their very own Windows Phone store. The Huawei Windows Phone store is basically known as “Huawei Selected”, presumably featuring a bunch of apps and other products/services that have been selected by Huawei, for Huawei.
As it stands the Huawei Selected store only contains one app at the moment called Find Me. No word on when Huawei will be populating their own store with more apps in the future, but in the meantime we guess it’s still a start, and hopefully Huawei Windows Phone users will be able to look forward to more killer and exclusive apps in the future.
Seen at: wpcentral