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Is using VR while high a good idea?

Myandroid.com / February 27, 2017
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By Jen Karner

Is getting high and playing in VR really a good life choice?

Virtual Reality is able to transport you to entirely new worlds, sometimes with little more than a headset and a good pair of headphones. This offers up plenty of questions, including of course whether using VR while you are high is a good idea or not. After smoking with friends you might be tempted to jump into a game of Eagle’s Nest or Thumper, keeping in mind that your perception of things gets warped after smoking and that will definitely affect your experiences.

Getting high and checking out VR is now entirely legal in plenty of places, but whether that is a good idea isn’t exactly clear. Here’s some advice from our own… research.

Editor’s Note: This article is not advocating the use of marijuana in places where it is not completely legal to do so.

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Qualcomm leaks the LG G6 in all its glory less than a day before launch

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By Richard Gao

It’s pretty much impossible for a smartphone to launch these days sans leaks, and LG’s G6 is no different. The upcoming flagship has already been exposed several times, both through renders and in the flesh.However, these are the most detailed pictures we’ve seen yet, and they leave essentially nothing to the imagination.

Qualcomm’s deleted the tweet. No worries, here’s a screenshot.

In this tweet (which was clearly not meant to have gone out yet, judging from the “(BLOG LINK)”), Qualcomm teases that the G6 is “a movie screen in the palm of your (hand emoji),” and touts Dolby Vision technology and a Snapdragon processor.

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Four of Sony's Xperia smartphones for 2017 appear in leaked image

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By Richard Gao

Sony can’t catch a break. Following the XZ Premiumleak from just a few hours ago, a picture of four unannounced Sony smartphones has surfaced, courtesy of our old friend @evleaks. One of those is the aforementioned XZ Premium, but what are the other three?

Well, we don’t know, as Evan’s description is pretty unrevealing. Theonly device I can immediately identify is the XZ Premium, which is third from the left.

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[Deal Alert] Save $35 when you buy a Google Home and Chromecast or Chromecast Audio

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By Rita El Khoury

The Google Store keeps running promos on theChromecast, Chromecast Audio, and sometimes the Google Home, but this has to be one of the best we’ve seen yet. For the past few weeks, you could get$15 off when buying a Google Home and Chromecast, but that deal wasn’teven good enough for us to post. Now, however, you can take $35 off the combo, essentially making the Chromecast free.

When you head over to the US Google Store, you’ll be able to add a Google Home ($129)and either a Chromecast ($35) or Chromecast Audio ($35 – the $30 price only applies if you purchase the Audio by itself) to your cart.

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Google makes a witty and endearing Google Photos ad for the Oscars

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By Rita El Khoury

The world is all eyes and earstoday for one of the most important eventsthat take placeeach year.Oh, youthink I’m talking about MWC in Barcelona? Ha, neeeeerd! No, I’m talking about the 89th Academy Awards ceremony which celebrates the best in film for the past year. But for Google, the real award belongs to you and your shots and creations.

El Goog has started its Oscars campaign with a couple of tweets (1 and 2) saying that regardlessof who’s the big winner in the ceremony, the award for Best Picture belongs to you.

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[Update: Carrier availability] LG announces the G6: 5.7" 18:9 screen, Snapdragon 821, Android 7.1, and dual-13MP cameras

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By David Ruddock

LG announced the G6 in Barcelona at MWC 2017 today, confirming the heavily leaked handset’s existence. Specifications are largely as expected, but LG has not announced specific pricing or availability information today. (For the US, you can probably expect that news to come via individual carriers, not LG.) The phone will come in three colors – white, silver, and black.

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LG G6 hands-on: LG asks for a G5 do-over

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By David Ruddock

To put it gently, the G5 was a controversial smartphone. Many took issue with LG’s modular approach, which came at the expense of ruggedization, battery capacity, and, well, expense. But even disregarding its most-cited flaw, the G5 simply wasn’t a smartphone that was appreciably better at just being a smartphone than much of its competition – and that’s certainly part of what sank it. I won’t belabor the point, but after using the G6 for some time (albeit in preproduction guise), I think LG really has taken criticism of the G5 seriously.

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LG G6 first photo and video samples!

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By Alex Dobie

Check out our first sample images and video from the G6’s dual 13-megapixel cameras!

With the official announcement of the LG G6 today in Barcelona, we’re finally able to share our first sample images and video from the phone, which we’ve been using here in Barcelona, Spain for the past few days. The G6 builds on the dual camera setup of the LG G5 and V20 from last year, now with the same 13-megapixel sensor in both cameras. In the regular 71-degree camera you’ve got an f/1.8 lens and optical image stabilization. For the wide-angle, it’s f/2.4, but without OIS. And around the front, LG brings a 5-megapixel behind an f/2.2 lens, with a 100-degree angle to fit more stuff in your selfies.

Check out our sample pics below, and be sure to hit up our full review for the verdict on LG’s 2017 flagship! (Keep scrolling for our (#vidsample) at the bottom of this post.)

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These LG G6 features are exclusive to the U.S. and Korea

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By Andrew Martonik

You can’t always get what you want.

Every phone launch offers some sort of frustration when it comes to differences in models between regions. The LG G6 is thankfully launching around the world, but unfortunately has a couple of features that will remain exclusive to specific regions — and even particular countries. This year wireless charging, a high-performance 32-bit Quad DAC and 64GB storage won’t be available around the world on the G6.

Here’s what you can expect when you go to buy one.

Wireless charging is exclusive to the U.S.

Here’s the big one that will get a few people riled up: only the LG G6 sold in the U.S. will have Qi wireless charging inside. No other country in the world will offer the feature, as LG says the demand isn’t high enough to justify it elsewhere.

This will definitely be a downside to those who are expecting to get all of these types of little features in a phone that’s going to command a high price. But if there’s one bit of solace, it’s that every LG G6 will have the same physical dimensions no matter where you buy it — so unlike some previous models, any G6 accessory you buy will fit any G6 around the world.

And of course you can charge up your LG G6 extremely quickly using Quick Charge 3.0.

Quad DAC is exclusive to Korea and a few other Asian countries

LG started touting high-end audio quality with the V10 back in 2015, and doubled down with an all-new Quad DAC on the V20. A very similar 32-bit Quad DAC is coming to the LG G6 as well … at least, if you’re in Asia. LG specifically notes that the Quad DAC is not available in the U.S., Europe, South America or MEA models, leaving basically just LG’s own Korea and a few other (unspecified) Asian countries with the higher-quality audio.

Once again this comes down to LG addressing different markets with features it feels will provide the most value — you may recall the much-nicer headphones included with the V20 in Asia. It’s also worth noting that if you’re in one of the regions listed above, it isn’t worth trying to import a phone — dealing with hassle and network incompatibility — just to get the Quad DAC.

Storage differences across the world

This is at once the most understandable but also frustrating regional difference with the LG G6. LG will offer 64GB of storage in Korea, Hong Kong, some other Asian countries, India and CiS models, but restricts the rest of the world to 32GB only. Though some find that amount of storage to be far too little, the vast majority of consumers still prefer the lower price of smaller storage …read more

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Everything you need to know about the LG G6's cameras

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By Andrew Martonik

LG is super proud of its dual cameras, and is putting even more focus on them with the G6.

Photography has become one of the leading factors in choosing a phone today, with so many companies putting out great choices. LG has been near the top of the pack for the past few generations of its G and V series of phones, and it is hoping subtle tweaks to its formula can keep it in the conversation with the LG G6.

Dual rear cameras are very much the focal point here, with the wide-angle camera getting a much-needed boost of attention as LG finds that nearly half of its users use that as their primary shooter. At the same time, the wide-angle front-facing camera stands alone as your only camera choice up front, making sure you fit as much as possible in your selfie.

Here’s the full breakdown of what to expect in the LG G6’s camera setup.

Rear cameras

LG is well known for its dual camera setups at this point, and it has tweaked the setup over the past couple generations of its high-end phones. The G6 has yet another tweak to the combination, moving to using the same sensor for both cameras rather than a markedly better sensor in the “main” camera with a weaker sensor in the wide-angle camera as before. The sensors are identical 13MP Sony units (IMX258) with 1.12-micron pixels, though the specs supporting them differ a bit.

You may not like the prioritization here, but it’s definitely a more balanced camera setup.

The standard camera has a 71-degree lens — which is about standard for most smartphone cameras — with an f/1.8 aperture and OIS. It also has PDAF (phase-detect auto focus). Depending on how much LG has improved its software, this camera setup may be looked upon as a downgrade from the 16MP sensor it was using in prior phones. Not only has the resolution dipped, but there also wasn’t any increase in pixel size to show for it — you may have noticed that laser auto focus is gone as well. LG will really have to nail its processing to stand out here.

See our first LG G6 camera samples!

The wide-angle camera still offers you those super-unique photos that you just don’t get on any other smartphone, and now with a better sensor it’s even more valuable. It has a 125-degree wide-angle lens with an f/2.4 aperture — but it lacks OIS and autofocus, just as before. Before you go running to grab your pitchfork, hear me out: because of the ultra-wide look, there isn’t much need for autofocus (everything is just set to infinity) or OIS. While stabilization would be nice to have it isn’t critical — the only worry here, perhaps, is the f/2.4 aperture for lower light shots.

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