It was just the other day that Microsoft took the wraps off the Xbox One, but fret not Xbox 360 gamers because Microsoft has not forgotten you! In an interview held with GameSpot, Microsoft Game Studios executive Phil Spencer revealed that the company will continue supporting the Xbox 360 for years to come, and that they even had a huge Xbox 360 announcement planned for E3 2013! Spencer seemed pretty excited about the announcement and said that it would be a huge surprise to everyone, although he did not mention what it was. He then followed up by making a reference to last year’s surprise which saw Minecraft brought onto the Xbox 360, suggesting that perhaps this huge announcement could be game-related, rather than hardware. In any case we will be at E3 2013 this year so if you’d like to see what the huge announcement Microsoft has planned for the Xbox 360, check back with us then for the details! Until then what do you guys think Microsoft has up their sleeves?
Seen at: asia.gamespot
Earlier today we reported on a leak which might have outed two HTC devices, the Desire 200 and Desire 600, and while the Desire 200 has yet to make its appearance, HTC has officially unveiled the Desire 600 Android handset. This is not going to be a powerhouse like the HTC One. Instead, the Desire 600 will be a mid-ranged device that will feature dual SIM slots, and will be the Taiwanese company’s first mid-ranged device to sport HTC’s new Sense 5 UI as well, which we guess for those who can’t be bothered flashing ROMs onto their phones, is good news.
The rest of the specs include a 1.2GHz quad-core processor with an 8MP rear-facing camera, a 1.6MP front-facing camera and a 4.5” display. For those who enjoy listening to songs on their phone or watching videos, the Desire 600 also appears to sport front-facing speakers much like the HTC One, along with Beats Audio integration. No word on how much the HTC Desire 600 will cost, but it is expected to be made available in a number of markets come June 2013. [Press release]
Seen at: mashable