If you were hoping that Bethesda will be making an announcement at the upcoming Spike TV VGX this weekend, prepare to be disappointed. This is according to a tweet made by Bethesda’s Pete Hines who wrote, “I am not going to VGX. Bethesda is not showing/talking about anything at VGX. Just some PR meetings in LA. Take deep breaths.” This is without doubt a huge disappointment for gamers who were hoping that Bethesda would be making some kind of Fallout announcement during the event. After all the company had unveiled Skyrim during the Spike TV VGAs (before it was changed to VGX), so it wouldn’t be a stretch for them to announce something new this year.
Rumors of Fallout 4 have been circling for a while now, although it was recently with the launch of a mysterious “The Survivor 2299” website that fueled speculation that a Fallout 4 announcement was imminent. Additional updates all seemed to make reference to previous Fallout games and the franchise in general. However the countdown clock on the website did not line up with the Spike TV VGX, leading some to believe that perhaps the website could be a hoax, especially since you can register a website under a different name, not necessarily your real one. Either way there is still a slim chance that the countdown clock could point to a separate announcement, but in the meantime we suggest you not get your hopes up just yet.
Oppo is one of the few brands from China that is actually attempting to sell their products in international markets, such as with the Oppo N1, an Android handset which interestingly enough runs the CyanogenMod ROM as opposed to Oppo slapping their own version of Android on the device. Well if you’re a fan of the company you might be interested to learn that new rumors have surfaced about the company’s upcoming handset, the Oppo Find 7, which is the successor of the Oppo Find 5.
Oppo had initially confirmed the device earlier this year, and according to the specs we heard back then, it would feature a 5” Full HD touchscreen display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, an 8MP front-facing camera, and a 13MP rear-facing camera. However according to the new rumors, it looks like the Oppo Find 7 will undergo some changes ahead of its release and is now rumored to feature a 5.7” 2,560×1,440 display. It will also be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset and will feature 3GB of RAM and LTE connectivity.
The handset has yet to be released, despite being confirmed so many months back, but we suppose it’s a good thing that they could be upgrading its specs which could put it in competition with 2014’s smartphones.