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November 16, 2009

Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced the Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition, an entertainment hub that combines mobile broadcast TV (DVB-H), social networking, music and gaming in one compact 3G device. With mobile broadcast TV consumption on the rise – by 2012 there will be over 300 million people worldwide watching TV on their mobile phones – this handset offers easy access to anyone wanting to enjoy an exceptional live, on-the-move TV experience.

Nokia vice president Mark Selby said, “The introduction of the Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition responds to the arrival of DVB-H broadcast mobile TV networks in new markets and offers an affordable device for new and existing customers alike. Customers are increasingly watching a variety of programmes on their mobiles, such as drama programs, news and sport, for a longer period of time. The Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition has the sound and image quality to hold audiences captive.”

Watch TV. Anywhere.

Thanks to the Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition’s DVB-H technology, programs burst through the QVGA 2.4″ screen in full-colour, crystal clear, sharp images. Plug in 3.5mm headphones for personal viewing or use the loudspeaker option to share the experience with friends and family.

Franklin Selgert, Chairman, Broadcast Mobile Convergence Forum said, “It is essential for DVB-H service providers to have a variety of devices capable of serving the mass market. Having a complete portfolio of handsets is pivotal for the commercial success of mobile TV. The new Nokia DVB-H enabled mobile phone, the Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition, is a great addition to the current portfolio of broadcast TV-capable handsets.”

Catch up with friends. Anytime.

The Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition comes with all the latest social networking software, making it simple to stay in touch with friends via Ovi Contacts, Facebook, MySpace and YouTube. Post status updates for friends and family to follow or instant message (IM) them via Windows Live(TM) Messenger, Google Talk, Yahoo! Messenger, ICQ, AOL and many others.

Play music. Whenever.

Accessing music and other apps is easy with dedicated music keys and links to the Nokia Music store (where available). The Nokia 5330 Mobile TV edition is also compatible with Nokia’s innovative Comes with Music service – providing free, unlimited access to millions of tracks. Download free music anytime, anywhere – and keep all the music forever.

Keep up-to-date. Wherever.

Check out the choice of personalized media and applications in the Ovi Store. A one-stop-shop for thousands of applications, games, videos, podcasts, productivity tools, web and location-based services and more, means personalizing the Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition is just the touch of a button away.

Mobile TV. Roll-out.

Nokia and Nokia Siemens Networks work with more than 30 operators worldwide on Mobile TV implementations. Commercial launches with Mobile TV services based on DVB-H and OMA BCAST standards include Austria, Finland, Ghana, Kenya, India, Italy, Namibia, Nigeria, Netherland, Philippines and Switzerland. Additional commercial launches can be expected during the next 12-18 month in more than 20 countries.

Stefan Schneiders, Head of Mobile TV solutions at Nokia Siemens Networks said, “It is great that Nokia has affirmed its commitment to DVB-H by launching the Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition. 2010 brings a series of high-profile global sporting events and this is a good opportunity for operators to create, drive and bundle innovative mobile TV services based on DVB-H. In fact, during the 2006 World Cup, Italy saw the launch of the most successful mobile TV Broadcasting service in Europe.”

Vincent Grivet, Vice President, Mobile TV TDF, France said “We are very excited by the launch of the Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition. It is a highly seducing and compelling device and will be the perfect platform for introducing both European mobile users and operators to a high quality and constraint free mobile TV experience. This is exactly what the industry has been waiting for to accelerate the broadcast mobile TV roll out, and we look forward to the successful and fast distribution of this innovative device in our key European markets such as Finland, Austria, Germany and France.

Vincenzo Novari, CEO at Hutch 3G, Italy, said: “As the largest handset producer in the world, Nokia’s announcement is real evidence of their commitment to the development of the broadcast mobile TV market. Networks, content and handsets made for mass consumer consumption are the key ingredients for fuelling the market’s growth”.

Erik Sylvestersson, Vice President Sales & Marketing at DNA Finland said: “Live digital TV broadcasts over DVB-H networks is becoming more accessible to more people. In Finland, we have found that sport and news are the key drivers for broadcast mobile TV consumption among consumers. People want to be able to watch the action as it happens – rather than settle for highlight shows once they get home. Consumers expect an exceptional on-the-move TV experience at an affordable price, something the Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition is fully equipped to deliver.”

Notes to editors:

Compatibility with the aforementioned services may be limited to certain countries.

Nokia’s first commercial DVB-H device was the Nokia N92, launched in November 2005. Nokia’s DVB-H device range includes the Nokia N92, Nokia N77, and the Nokia N96. In addition Nokia enables DVB-H reception on multiple devices including the Nokia N97, Nokia N97 mini, Nokia N86 8MP, Nokia E75, Nokia 5800 XpressMusic and Nokia X6 by using the Nokia Mobile TV Receiver SU-33W.

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How To Save Mobile Tv

How to Save Mobile TV

Honestly, it might be too late to save mobile TV, at least in the U.S., where the broadcast network for mobile devices has yet to catch on like it has in Asian countries such as Japan and South Korea. The competition is fierce, and growing almost daily, and mobile broadcast TV service offers few benefits over its competitors.

The first question you might ask is: what is mobile TV? Right now, most mobile TV devices sold are cell phones, and the carriers have shot themselves, and Qualcomm, in the foot over this option. Carriers have for years been pushing their concept of mobile TV, which until recently was really streaming video clips, not true broadcast TV. By the time Qualcomm finally decided to bring its own personal television device to market, the market was so confused about what to expect that nobody bought one. It’s a portable device with a rate plan and a subsidy, but it doesn’t make phone calls? Carriers had been pushing their lousy on-demand streaming clip service so hard, by the time a real broadcast device hit the street consumers wouldn’t trust the mobile TV promise.

The second question you might ask is who needs mobile TV? Obviously it’s not something you’d use in your house, not while the big TV is sitting right in front of you. Mobile TV has caught on among commuters. If you’re in a country where people take long train rides and wait in line to get on the bus, you’re probably going to find mobile TV. In the U.S., many of us drive to work, and plenty of subway commuters find themselves underground more than above it, where reception is weaker. We use planes, not bullet trains, to get from state to state. So, mobile TV already faces some hurdles in simply finding an audience, but these are not insurmountable.

The final question you might ask is why someone would pick mobile TV as their entertainment of choice. Here’s the biggest problem mobile TV faces. Chances are, if you have TV reception, you also have cellular network reception. Why watch video on a dedicated mobile TV device when you can simply use a device you already have? I’m not even limiting this argument to cell phones, either. Tablet computers, laptops and portable media players all have plenty of options for streaming video. Between Hulu, Netflix, YouTube and the many network-supported apps hitting the market, it’s easy to find television shows to watch. Even last night’s TV is available today on the right app or Web site.

Furthermore, pre-recorded videos are even easier. If you can load videos onto your iPad or laptop, why watch mobile TV? If you can bring along a portable DVD player, why bother bringing a mobile TV device, as well?

Mobile TV could use an on-demand service, but it absolutely needs DVR capabilities. The lack of DVR features is the main reason I would never watch mobile TV. There are commercials. The shows don’t start when I want them to start. If I miss something, it’s gone, I can’t rewind, start over or pause the show. Mobile TV is an anachronism because of all these issues. It’s a new (in the U.S. at least) video service, but it behaves like a 60 year old TV.

It would be easy to add real DVR features to a mobile TV device. Just add a few gigabytes of storage and a solid DVR interface, and I’d be much more likely to carry a mobile TV in my pocket. This is an opportunity that TiVo has sorely missed. You can transfer TiVo programs to a mobile device or portable computer, but the process is long, slow and difficult. It’s not automatic, it requires separate apps, a powerful computer to encode the video for a mobile and a huge amount of storage space. If I want to watch last night’s Jimmy Kimmel or the finale of Lost that I’ve been saving, there should be an easy way to sit on the train on my morning commute and watch my shows. A mobile TV device with a built in video recorder would be a fine option, offering my saved shows and fresh programming if I get bored of my saved choices. If TiVo offered a portable device with their own interface and features that worked on today’s mobile TV networks, then I might consider buying one.

The best way to save mobile TV would be to make customers feel like they need one. There is a limited program selection on mobile TV. It’s not simply a rebroadcast of what the networks are showing, it’s usually a different lineup. Sometimes it’s intelligent, like when the networks rerun last night’s late night talk shows in the morning. Often, it’s kind of dull.

Mobile TV needs appointment television. If there were one or two fantastic shows that were only available on mobile TV, it would be a real coup for the technology. I’m talking about a water cooler show. Something that makes you feel like you’ve missed out if you haven’t seen it.

I subscribe to HBO not for the movies, but for the couple of original shows that I love. The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, Bill Maher’s show; these are shows worth paying an extra few bucks a month. Mobile TV needs that kind of programming. A few original shows to get people talking would broaden awareness of the technology, and more importantly, get the TV press talking more about it.

Mobile TV also needs to improve quality dramatically. While it’s already better than the streaming services, that’s a low bar to set. The video quality needs to be as good as, preferably better than, pre-recorded movies. High definition quality would obviously be a bonus. If I can stream Netflix in high-def on my laptop, I certainly wouldn’t want to watch a smaller, mobile TV device that wasn’t even DVD quality.

I don’t think mobile TV is dead in America, but I don’t think it’s taking the competition seriously. People will not simply adopt mobile TV because the technology is there, but that’s been the attitude of mobile TV broadcasters so far. There has been no real argument for mobile TV against the myriad forms of video content already available. The recent Hulu Plus announcement should only light a bigger fire under the mobile TV movement, because Hulu is now bringing real, network television to mobile devices. If mobile TV can’t offer a service that is better than what we already have, there’s no reason for it to exist.

Dji Osmo Mobile 2 Packs Phone Stabilization For $129

DJI Osmo Mobile 2 packs phone stabilization for $129

DJI may have made a name for itself with drones, but for many photographers its the company’s stabilizing gimbals that are essential, and now there’s an even cheaper option. The DJI Osmo Mobile 2 is, as the name suggests, the follow-up to the original Osmo, revamped with a far cheaper sticker price of just $129. Meanwhile, DJI also has a new stabilizer intended for DSLRs and mirrorless cameras.

The Osmo Mobile 2 has a three-axis gimbal, like its predecessor, to counteract hand-shake and smooth out pans and tilts. Made from high-strength modified nylon, there’s a two-way mobile clamp for landscape and portrait use, while the whole thing has a folding design for slotting it into a backpack more readily. A 1/4-inch universal screw mount has been added this time around, too.

On the handle there are simplified cameras controls, including options for ISO, shutter speed, and other settings, but this time they’re joined with a zoom slider. That, DJI says, supports film-esque techniques like dolly zoom. The battery has been upgraded, and the Osmo Mobile 2 should last for over 15 hours – a whopping three times the old model – and there’s a USB port so that you can now use that lengthier battery to keep your smartphone topped up, too.

In the companion DJI GO app there’s an ActiveTrack feature to lock onto and follow subjects, while Motion Timelapse supports up to five different camera positions. Hyperlapse blends timelapses with camera motion, and there are Panorama, Long Exposure, and LightTrail modes. The app also supports live-streaming to YouTube and Facebook.

It’s not DJI’s only new product for CES 2023, mind. The DJI Ronin-S is the company’s first ever single-handed stabilizer for DSLR and mirrorless cameras, rather than smartphones. As with the Osmo Mobile 2 there’s a three-axis gimbal which promises to smooth out shake and judder in both photos and videos.

Of course, since cameras are generally much bigger and heavier than smartphones, DJI had to make some changes. The Ronin-S will be available with two different frame sizes – one for DSLRs, the other for mirrorless cameras – each with high-torque motors. DJI says they’re up to the job of stabilizing even larger cameras like the Canon 5D, in addition to Panasonic’s GH series and Sony’s Alpha models, and even if they’ve got lengthy zooms.

Setup promises to be simple, too. A push mode can adjust pan and tilt by hand, with axis locks to make the whole process quicker. The curved design is intended to leave access to the preview screen even while shooting at angles, and the battery can be hot-swapped. There are dedicated camera and gimbal control buttons on the handle, with a joystick to adjust the framing manually, while a new Sport mode is intended to make faster movements more effective.

Throw in the app, meanwhile, and you get the same Panorama, Hyperlapse, Track, and CamAnchor features as with the Osmo Mobile 2. The Ronin-S is also compatible with DJI’s Pro accessory line-up, including a Focus Control Center to adjust the camera’s focus on the fly, a vehicle mount, DJI Master Force, DJI Master Wheels, an external focus motor, and a cheese plate adapter. DJI will also offer a dual-handle support.

The DJI Osmo Mobile 2 will start shipping in February, with preorders from January 23. It’ll be priced at $129. As for the DJI Ronin-S, pricing will be confirmed closer to its launch sometime in Q2 2023.

Nokia Lumia 1520 Official: 6

Nokia Lumia 1520 official: 6-inch Windows Phone 8.1 with 20MP PureView

Nokia has launched the Lumia 1520, the company’s flagship phablet with a 6-inch Full HD screen, Windows Phone 8.1, and a 20-megapixel PureView camera borrowing the lossless digital zoom from the Lumia 1020. Nokia’s biggest Windows Phone to-date, the Lumia 1520 runs the latest version of Microsoft’s smartphone platform on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 2.2GHz quadcore, with LTE and a 3,400 mAh battery that’s even bigger than what’s inside HTC’s One max.

There’s also integrated wireless charging, using the Qi standard, and – in a welcome change for Lumia handsets – and microSD card slot. Microsoft has fitted the Lumia 1520’s polycarbonate plastic casing with a total of four microphones, two on the front and two on the back, which can be independently switched on or off depending on whether they’re being used for noise-cancellation in calls or for virtual surround sound during video recording. There’s also 2GB of memory and 32GB of storage.

Connectivity includes 150/50 Mbps LTE and DC-HSPA, A-GPS, GLONASS, WiFi a/b/g/n/ac (2.4/5GHz), and Bluetooth 4.0 LE. Sensors include the usual accelerometer, proximity, digital compass, gyroscope, and ambient light. Nokia claims up to 25.1hrs talk time on a 3G connection, or up to 780hrs standby, up to 10.8hrs video playback, or up to 124hrs music playback.

The 20-megapixel camera doesn’t have the same 41-megapixel resolution as the Lumia 1020, but that helps Nokia keep the bulk down, and there’s no protruding bulge on the back of the new handset; in fact, the Lumia 1520 is just 8.7mm thick and 209g. It’ll record 1080p Full HD video as well as offering 2x lossless digital zooming, both before and after photos have been taken; no Xenon flash, but dual-LED instead, along with optical image stabilization. There’s a front-facing 1.2-megapixel camera with a wide-angle lens for self-shots.

Nokia has also loaded up a new camera app, the sensibly named Nokia Camera, which now pulls the features from Pro Camera on the 1020 and Smart Camera as launched on the 925 into a single place. Manual settings are still controlled by a spray of radial menus spread across the screen, while there are new smart lenses including one which mimics the effect of a Lytro digital camera, and can be selectively re-focused after the shot has been taken.

Where Lytro uses an unusual and complex sensor, Nokia’s “Refocus Lens” system rapidly shoots a number of frames each with different focus settings. Tapping objects in the foreground or background can then readjust the focus to each of those points. There’s also the ability to add selective color, making the majority of the frame monochrome, but picking one part to remain in color.

It’s not the only camera-related software. Nokia Storyteller is new to Nokia’s fresh Lumia devices, an automatic journal of users’ photos as they travel. By selecting a home location, Storyteller tracks where each photo is taken through geotagging, and clusters together images taken at the same place. The app can identify which it believes are the best shots, based on focus, faces in view, and other factors, and prioritize those in the gallery (though all the photos are saved, and the selection can be manually made instead).

There’s also the ability to see all of the photos arranged on a map. Tap on a circular thumbnail, and in addition to the image you also get nearby points-of-interest information pulled in from Nokia HERE maps. Windows Phone 8.1, meanwhile, now supports more homescreen columns, helping fit more content onto devices with larger displays, in addition to new apps like Flipboard and Netflix.

The Nokia Lumia 1520 will go on sale in Q4 2013 at $749 before carrier subsidies, initially in the US, UK, several European markets, Hong Kong, and Singapore, before availability elsewhere. It’ll be offered in matte yellow, matte black, gloss white, and gloss red, with an optional flip cover that magnetically attaches and folds open to act as a stand. There’ll also be the DC-50 Portable Wireless Charging Plate, a Qi wireless charging plate which has an integrated battery good for roughly 5hrs of extra charge, which will be priced at $99.

Oneplus 6 Performance Test: Packs A Mean Punch

One thing that OnePlus has always gotten right with its smartphones is performance. I have been using OnePlus devices since the OnePlus 3 and I have never suffered any lag or stutter, even after using the devices for over more than a year. In fact, my original OnePlus 3 is still going strong even after being my daily driver for the last two years. So, it came as a no surprise when I tested the OnePlus 6 and it handled everything that I threw at it with quite an ease. In a time where the prices of flagship devices are touching $1000 mark, OnePlus has managed to provide impeccable performance at its killer price. In this article, we are going to take a look at OnePlus’ latest device, the OnePlus 6, and find out if and how it manages to push the bar even further as we put it through our performance test:

OnePlus 6: The Specs

The OnePlus 6 packs the top of the line hardware which provides it with enough capabilities to scream through any task that you want it to handle. For those who are interested in numbers, the OnePlus 6 brings the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor which is an octa-core processor with 4 high-performance cores clocked at 2.8 GHz and 4 energy efficient cores clocked at 1.7 GHz. OnePlus 6 pairs this chipset with Adreno 630 GPU, 6 GB of super-fast LPDDR4X RAM, and 64 GB of UFS 2.1 2-Lane storage which brings lightning fast file transfer speeds.

OnePlus 6 Performance Test: Oxygen OS

OnePlus 6 Performance Test: Benchmarks

While synthetic benchmarks never tell the whole story, they do paint a picture of the performance that you can expect from the device. We tested the OnePlus 6 on both Geekbench and AnTuTu and as expected, the OnePlus 6 scored at the top of the chart. You can see the scores in the picture below.

OnePlus 6 Performance Test: Real World Performance

Honestly, as you can infer from the title of this post, the OnePlus 6 is a beast. The performance is so good that the phone just fades into the background and feels more like a portal for getting things done. Day-to-day tasks are handled in seconds and even playing major gaming titles such as PUBG mobile, Marvel Future Fight, and Asphalt 8, feels like a breeze. I tried really hard to make the OnePlus 6 miss one frame or show some lag, even for a second, but I failed. The OnePlus 6 gives one of the smoothest smartphone performance I have ever experienced.

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OnePlus 6 Performance Test: It Flies High

OnePlus smartphones have always delivered when it comes to performance, and the OnePlus 6 is the best performing smartphone from the OnePlus till date. Considering the OnePlus 6’s top of the line specs and nimble software, it was no surprise. If you are buying this phone, know that you are getting a lightning fast smartphone which is never going to disappoint you.

25 Best Minecraft Texture Packs To Install Right Now

Best Minecraft Texture Packs (2023)

Please note that Minecraft version 1.6.1 replaced “texture packs” with resource packs, which take packs beyond textures and include other features such as music and fonts too. Whether you see the term resource or texture pack in-game, it’s more or less the same. Moreover, we have divided the texture packs into different categories for easy discovery and to help you make a quick decision. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves and first understand what texture/ resource packs do in Minecraft and how to use them.

What are Texture Packs in Minecraft?

As the name suggests, the texture packs are add-ons for Minecraft that replace the original textures of this sandbox game, giving it a visual makeover. Some of the texture packs are smaller and more focused on limited aspects, while others change the look and feel of your entire game. You will find everything from FPS boosting textures to the ones you want to run on an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti.

For each texture pack listed below, we include a comparison of what the game looks like with and without the texture pack. We have also added download information to make it easy for you to test them right away. But first, let’s understand how to install the texture packs in Minecraft before anything else.

How to Install Texture Packs in Minecraft

2. Then, select the option called “Resource Packs“ or “Texture Packs“. Whatever the option is called in your game version, it will be present at the bottom left of the “Options” menu.

4. Alternatively, you can also move your packs to one of the following directories for Minecraft Java edition:

%AppData%.minecraftresourcepacks (Minecraft 1.16.1 and later)

%AppData%.minecrafttexturepacks (Minecraft 1.16 and earlier)

Best Minecraft Texture Packs for Better FPS

Now that you know how to install the texture packs, it’s time to move to the part you have been waiting for. We will first go over the texture packs that might tone down your graphics but improve the overall performance.

1. MoreFPSPack

MoreFPS Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

The name says it all. This pack tones down the game just enough to get you 60+ FPS gaming on even the lowest-end PCs. The game looks more minimal than what you are used to though it doesn’t entirely take away the usual Minecraft look and feel when you start looking at the entities. Take a look at the quick comparison with and without this texture pack above.

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2. 2×2 Texture

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

True to its name, this texture pack takes the lower resolution texture change to a more drastic stage by making them 2 x 2 in resolution. For comparison, Minecraft considered 16 × 16 as the default lowest resolution in its native version. The developer has kept some textures at 4 x 4 to keep the game playable, but what you experience in this pack can look like a bug at first glance.

3. Pixelate

Pixelate Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

This texture pack isn’t too hard on the game when it comes to individual blocks but still provides promising results. Unlike other packs, it focuses on additional objects like fire, glass, flowers, and rain that might not need the most attention in your gameplay. It makes the FPS performance better with little compromises to visuals. If you need good FPS but not with a minimal world of Minecraft, this is the texture pack you should download.

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Realistic Minecraft Texture Packs

If you have a PC that can take Minecraft to its highest visual levels, these texture packs might quickly become your favorite. One of them will require powerful GPUs or a compromise with the FPS to make it work, but it will be worth it. All other texture packs will run fine on almost every Minecraft-supported computer.

4. AlluringBliss

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This vibrantly styled texture pack isn’t heavy on your system but does a ton of tiny tweaks to make your same feel more realistic. From the realism in the fire to the way wood and soil textures are defined, this texture pack has a lot to offer. It gives you an overall classical knight-styled royal look to the whole world. Even sky textures feel like out of an archaic movie. To complete the feel and become powerful in this medieval world, we suggest you check out the best sword enchantments and best armor enchantments in Minecraft.

5. Andorhal HD

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

This texture pack gives you a rich realism-based world. The colors are more vibrant here, and the textures are fixed at 64 x 64 pixels, which aren’t really high, but it will give benefits in terms of FPS. It’s slightly better than Alluring Bliss and requires a little more power but nothing beyond a medium-range PC. You will immediately notice the richer grass, new torches, and more textured woods when you enter a village. The other additional changes are discoverable as you move into the game.

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6. ModernArch R

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

With three tiers of paid textures, ModernArch R is a regularly updated and realistic texture pack based on modern interiors. It also features custom 3D models of game blocks for interior detailing. And you can get the free resolution pack that we have used in the screenshot above. Going higher than this will only make you want to stay away from the original Minecraft visuals.

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Best Cartoon or Cute Minecraft Texture Packs 7. Rodrigo’s Pack

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

This soft-styled texture pack not only makes your world a lot rubber-style but also provides a performance boost with its minimal blocks. Rodrigo’s Pack has 8 x 8 blocks, but you won’t feel them lowering your quality. The designers have focused on keeping the Minecraft feel intact while adding a cartoonish layer on top. This makes it one of the most fun packs to play with a performance boost.

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8. Pastel Craft

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

One of the best Minecraft texture packs, Pastel Craft focuses on colors and cartoonish effects but ensures that each block is identifiable individually. Many minimal or cartoon-based packs tend to oversimplify blocks so much that you have to put in extra effort to identify them. This pack is one of many limited ones which focuses on keeping quality high while using pixelation for cartoonish effect.

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9. Hafen

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Download Hafen Texture Pack

Best Theme-Based Minecraft Texture Packs

These texture packs are entirely dedicated to specific effects, random fandoms, or just any theme to take Minecraft out of its comfort zone. Each of them brings a world that feels different than each other and the default Minecraft world.

10. Star Odyssey: Beyond Space

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Inspired heavily by the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, this resource pack brings you a complete experience with weirdly accurate sounds, new mob skins, and new overall textures to the game. As you can notice, it’s slightly brighter than the regular Minecraft, but that changes drastically when the night arrives. Remember that you will need to install Optifine in Minecraft to make the most out of this pack.

Download Star Odyssey Texture Pack

11. Overgrowth

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

Download Overgrowth Texture Pack

12. Bloom

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

This retro-styled texture pack will take you straight to the days of classic video games, to the time when you didn’t have the liberty to play Contra on your smartphones. The effects, unfortunately, are limited to the world blocks and don’t change the entities. You will still get a chance to play with the same Minecraft creatures, but in a setting closer to the vibrant retro pixelated world it’s inspired from.

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Best PVP Minecraft Texture Packs

13. Bombies 15K

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

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14. John Smith Legacy

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

This is one of the most up-to-date Minecraft resource packs on the list. That means the effects in this pack have their proper sound effect and cover almost every block in the game, including netherite-based armors and weapons. You are transported to a world out of the period of European knights. The texture pack makes it easy to see the enemies with the toned-down texture of the world while giving you an overall majestic feel. The funny-looking villagers are just a bonus.

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15. Mythic

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Best Nature Texture Packs in Minecraft

A major part of the Minecraft world is the nature in it. And till we get the Minecraft Wild Update, these texture packs are here to help you level up its nature and wildlife earlier.

16. Autumn Season

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

The world of Minecraft doesn’t have any seasons yet. So, this next resource pack brings the amazing cycle of the season to the game. Well, at least for one season. Replacing the greenery in Minecraft, all the forests and jungles of the game turn brownish-red in color. You can even find traces of autumn in the lush caves though the effects aren’t as dramatic as the overground world.

Download Autumn Texture Pack

17. Better Vanilla Animals

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18. Winter is Here

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

Download Amberstone Winter Pack

Best Minecraft 1.18 Texture Packs

Even though all of the texture packs on this list work on any Minecraft version, not everyone may have updated to the Minecraft 1.18 Caves & Cliffs Part 2 update. That’s why we have a separate section dedicated to the ones made for upgrading your new Minecraft 1.18 worlds.

19. Alacrity

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This Minecraft texture pack refreshes the all-around plantations in Minecraft worlds. We get better trees, realistic plants, improved stones, new items, and a lot more. Not to forget, it works even better if you are using one of the best Minecraft shaders from our list here. If you are planning to create a realistic base in the game, this is the texture pack you need.

20. Stay True

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

This texture pack focuses on improving the default texture pack by adding more clarity and realism to them. In simple terms, it breaks the blocky limitations of most textures like leaves. With that, the Minecraft world feels more open and free. Fortunately, the pack doesn’t do it too much. So, you get a taste of the enchanted world of Minecraft without going far from its vanilla touch.

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21. Tissou’s Zombie Pack

Texture Pack Enabled (L) vs Disabled (R)

Minecraft has introduced a variety of mob upgrades over the years, with Minecraft 1.19 set to bring more new mobs. But for some reason, the zombies from day one are still the same. However, this texture pack fixes that. It gives an updated look to the zombies, husks, villager zombies, and drowned. The new look is bound to make your Minecraft nights scarier than usual. Not to forget, it also replaces the bluish-green zombie skin with a human-based zombie texture.

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22. Excalibur

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Best X-Ray Texture Packs for Minecraft

23. Better X-Ray Texture Pack

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This is one of the most optimized and lightest X-ray packs out there. You can see all the ore blocks as far as your rendering distance goes. Then, to make them easier to find, the texture pack also highlights chunk borders of the Minecraft world.

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24. Night Vision Texture Pack

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While there is already a Potion of Night Vision for this purpose in default Minecraft, it is nothing in comparison to the always-active and extra-bright texture pack. Not to forget, this texture pack only works with Optifine in Minecraft.

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25. Visible Ores Texture Pack

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Most X-ray texture packs, in a way, destroy the default world by making all non-essential blocks invisible. But this texture pack is different. It only makes the ore blocks glow so that they are easier to find, locate, and collected. So, the most rewarding blocks of Minecraft finally glow in their glory.

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