This is the first word, behind a paywall.
More to follow and I will update this post.
Same-day update: The trouble with paywalls is the inability to get the whole story. And the whole story is that the Nook is not dead. Ownership was transferred from one corporate entity — Barnes & Noble Education, Inc. — to another corporate entity, Barnes & Noble, Inc.. Mere paperwork. The Nook business is not dead. Yet. I wouldn’t be surprised if it goes away in 2016, after it’s been milked dry for the 2015 holiday sales.
Z Launcher Now Supports Android Widgets
While I’m not sure how many people would choose Z Launcher over today’s most popular ones, adding widgets is still a good move.
No specs, no OS, no power on, no placard with description. This is probably a manufacturing prototype Onda was showing at Computex Taiwan to gauge interest.
Digi163 has more photos [Google Translate].
At 13.1 inches, I wonder about the screen PPI and weight.
This is significant because Blu Products here in the U.S. often pick up Gionee’s phones to rebrand. This could soon wind up as Blu’s flagship phone.
Gionee ELife E8, 6-inch 2K (2560 x 1440) screen, octa-core MediaTek MT6795 Helio X10 at 2GHz, 8MP front and 23MP back cameras, 3GBs RAM, 32GBs internal storage, fingerprint recognition, dual-SIM dual standby, microSD card slot, 3,250mAh battery, 164 x 82.3 x 9.6mm.