BlackBerry isn't really known for selling good-looking phones, but that might be about to change. Evan Blass has just leaked his third phone of the day: the upcoming BlackBerry 'Ghost,' which is being produced in partnership with Optiemus Infracom. The phone is described as a "premium Android handset," and it's headed to India.
Just in time for Halloween election night, the original paranormal investigators are ready for another round on Android. But hold on, would-be busters: this ain't no ordinary mobile cash-in. Ghostbusters: Paranormal Blast is an augmented reality mobile cash-in. The core gameplay is finding ghosts though your smartphone camera (AKA Ecto Goggles), zapping them with your handy dandy nuclear-powered Proton Pack until they're weak enough to catch in a regulation Ghost Trap. For proper ambiance, try to find a high-class but antique hotel, or an abandoned firehouse.
The more interesting bit comes from the game's integration with Google Maps: calls for ghostbusting come from real addresses in your area, as if you were a Ghostbusters, Inc.
ASUS Response: We've received a response from ASUS that they're unable to replicate the problem on production units (I/O units are, technically, pre-production), so this may have been sorted out in time for the initial consumer run. It appears, then, that this problem is at least affecting only some units.
Update: Here are some more comparison photos from a different Nexus 7.
Some have suggested this is a native behavior with IPS displays called "image retention." I did a side-by-side of the same image with a Transformer Prime and Trasformer Pad 300 - both of which have IPS displays.