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The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – Desgin Your Life

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – Desgin Your Life

  Samsung Unpacked 2013 in Berlin kicked off in style yesterday with Mr. J.K Shin, president of Samsung mobile communications presenting the world with the all new “Samsung Galaxy Note 3”.The highly anticipated phone (or rather phablet) is a noteworthy successor to the Galaxy Note 2 that was released last year and who also managed to take the world by storm with some of its unique and exciting features. The Note 3 features a 5.7-inch, full HD 1920×1080 AMOLED display which is slightly bigger than its predecessor the Galaxy Note 2 that sports a 5.5-inch (720p) display. Besides the slightly bigger screen, the Note 3 is comparatively slimmer and lighter measuring at 8.3mm and weighing just around 168g. Coming to the hardware, the Note 3 comes in two different CPU variants: a 2.3 GHz quad-core (LTE) and a 1.9 GHz Octa-core (3G version available only in selected countries). Another big talking point of the Note 3 is its massive 3GB RAM which perfectly supports the phone’s powerful processing capabilities. All this power requires a top notch battery and that’s exactly what the Note 3 has to offer. It comes with a rather decent 3,200mAh battery which promises to last a whole day even on heavy usage. The Note 3 also features compatibility with the fourth generation of 4G LTE, currently one of the fastest when it comes to mobile internet connectivity. The device comes with a 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 2.1 megapixel front facing camera with the rear lens capable of recording full length Ultra HD videos in 1080p at 30fps, while also taking slow motion videos at 120fps. The front camera also records video in 1080p HD. One of the major criticisms which Samsung devices usually tend to face is the cheap plastic texture used in these high end devices with people expecting something a little more classy looking…to say the least. It seems that this issue has been resolved with the Note 3 which comes wrapped in a stylish looking textured, leather-effect rear edged in fake stitching enclosure with a classy looking metal rim.   What distinguishes the Note devices from the rest is the S Pen; a stylus which fits snuggly in the bezel of your device. The world was introduced to the S Pen when the first Samsung Phablet the Galaxy Note was released in 2011 and it has been greatly enhanced ever since. The S Pen is not just an accessory; it is the ying to the Note’s yang. The moment you take out the S Pen from the Note an Air Command wheel pops up on the screen on top of a webpage, app...

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HTC One Mini Officially Launched

HTC One Mini Officially Launched

After months of rumors HTC have finally pulled up the curtains on the HTC One Mini. The HTC One Mini is not as powerful as the HTC One, but still packs a mean punch, thanks to the Snapdragon 400 processor clocking at around 1.4 GHz. The device sports a 4.3 inch 720p HD display running Android 4.2 with Sense 5 and Blink Feed. Full Specs are mentioned below: HTC ONE MINI FULL SPECIFICATIONS: Android 4.2.2 with HTC Sense 5 and BlinkFeed Display: 4.3-inch at 720p, for 341 pixels per inch Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, dual-core, 1.4GHz Total storage: 16GB, available capacity varies RAM: 1GB DDR2 Battery: 1800 mAh Size: 132 x 63.2 x 9.25mm Weight: 122g Camera HTC UltraPixel Camera BSI sensor, Pixel size 2.0 μm, Sensor size 1/3″ Dedicated HTC ImageChip 2 F2.0 aperture and 28 mm lens Smart Flash: Five levels of flash automatically set by distance to subject 1080p Full HD video recording with HDR Video Front Camera: 1.6 MP with BSI sensor Front Camera: 720p video recording TC Zoe™ with Sequence Shot, Always Smile and Object Removal Gallery with Video Highlights and HTC Share Continuous shooting and VideoPic Slow motion video recording with variable speed playback Network info (may vary by region) SIM card: Micro SIM 2G/ 2.5G – GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz 3G/ 3.5G – UMTS/ HSPA: EMEA: 900/1900/2100 MHz with HSDPA up to 42 Mbps Asia: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz with HSDPA up to 42 Mbps 4G – LTE: EMEA: 800/1800/2600 MHz Asia: 900/1800/2100/2600 MHz Connectivity 3.5 mm stereo audio jack Bluetooth® 4.0 with aptX™ enabled Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n DLNA Sensors Gyro sensor Accelerometer Proximity sensor Ambient light sensor Location Internal GPS antenna + GLONASS Digital...

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Introducing The Samsung Galaxy S4 – Your New Life Companion

Introducing The Samsung Galaxy S4 – Your New Life Companion

  After days of speculation and built up enthusiasm, Samsung finally managed to end our wait with the launch of its next flagship device of 2013, The Galaxy S4. The event which took place at Radio City Music Hall in Times Square, New York managed to attract a large number of anxious tech gurus along with a lot of gadgets personnel from all over the world. The event with respect to the place lived up to its theatrical expectations by the stage artists and performers who graced the event with their unique acts explaining each of the many new features of the Galaxy S4.   The mega event kicked off with Samsung’s President and Head of IT and Mobile Communications, Mr. JK Shin giving us a brief introduction of what the new device has to offer and exactly how each feature differs from those that are currently existent in other smartphones not only in Samsung devices but other smartphone’s as well. For the first time in the history of their launch events, the Korean tech giants managed to introduce us to the new and distinctive features of the device before actually unveiling it. Now its time for us to show you all the bells and whistles, the Galaxy S4 has to offer. Body and Design The Galaxy S4 which we like to call a hybrid version of its predecessor, the Galaxy S3 also borrows a few of its design traits from the Galaxy Note II and the Galaxy Grand. As mentioned earlier, the Galaxy S4 even though looks quite similar to the S3 does manage to create its own lasting impression with its sleek and smart 5 inch body which is wrapped up in a fine plastic enclosure which gives a nice smooth finishing touch to the device. Just like the Galaxy S3, the plastic feeling of the Galaxy S4 won’t appeal to all. It feels very lightweight (weighing in at just 130 grams) in the hand, and while people have been conditioned against this feeling cheap, compare it to the HTC One and you’ll see that it’s a long way from premium feeling. However, it’s exactly the same sensation as we found on the Galaxy S3, and given the record numbers of sales that it had, Samsung is sticking with a winning formula, and on top of that, there’s a market that does seem to exist  for a phone that you’ll barely notice in your pocket most of the time. Right ? Besides the body and design, Samsung have unveiled two color variants for the Galaxy S4 which would be available in ‘White Frost’ and ‘Black Mist’; with both the colors giving a nice elegant touch to the new device....

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Galaxy S2 getting taste of Jelly Bean 4.1.2 in January 2013

Galaxy S2 getting taste of Jelly Bean 4.1.2 in January 2013

The users of Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 have been waiting anxiously for their devices to taste the yummy goodness that is Jelly Bean. Thanks to our friends at XDA Developers, the official leak of the 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware has been out since a while now and according to the reviews its quite stable but still not complete. Samsung had initially stated that the Galaxy S2 would receive the firmware update before the end of this year (2012), but seems that is out of the question now as Canadian carrier “Rogers” confirmed that their Samsung Galaxy S2 would be receiving the 4.1.2 JB update end of January. Not only the S2, but the picture from Rogers shows the Galaxy Note (N7000) will be receiving the JB update at the same time as the S2, so generally the carrier versions get the update before international versions, so we can expect the international Galaxy S2 (I9100) to get the update early January 2013. Galaxy S2 users usually get major updates to their phones, like from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.3, directly and now as promised hoping to get Jelly Bean 4.1.2, the owners have to just be patient a little while more and they could get a late Christmas present from the Samsung.  ...

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Android releases official change log for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Android releases official change log for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Great news for all you Android fans!! If you are like me and want to know all the nitty gritty details about the Android Operating systems, then your in for a treat. Recently Android. com has posted the official change log for their latest baby, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. As we had already mentioned the details of Jelly Bean earlier, this change log provides in-depth coverage of what Android’s new OS is all about. Android.com have done a brilliant job in putting out all the info in neat little bullet points, so it makes it quite easy and fun to read through it. Don’t take my word for it go on and check it out for yourself here at Android.com....

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Nexus 7 – The Kindle Fire Killer

Nexus 7 – The Kindle Fire Killer

Google I/O has showed us a number of surprises this year, one of which was the launch of the first ever Nexus Tablet. The tablet by Asus called Nexus 7, has an IPS (In-plane switching) screen with a resolution of 1280×800 pixels. The tablet as the name suggests is a 7 inch power house, running on a Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad core processor. The 8GB version of the tablet is for $199 and the 16GB costs $249. First Look This is the first ever tablet to come with Android’s latest OS “Jelly Bean”. The Android 4.1 boasts of improving the precision when typing on the soft keyboard. According to a number of reviews so far, the improvement has been clearly seen. Now lets go to the look of the device, the tablet measures 10.45mm thick, weighing around 0.7 pounds. The back embossed with both “Nexus” and “Asus” is made in such a way to give a firm grip on the device but feels very comfortable. The tablets main competitor is Amazon’s Kindle Fire, but is panning out to have surpassed it. The home screen is only locked on portrait mode, with a toolbar at the bottom consisting of Google’s very own Apps like the play Store, Google Music, Books etc. The 4.1 upgrade also updates the Play Store, so now you can purchase TV series and movie’s from the store,this update does make a lot of  sense considering Google are targeting the Kindle Fire.The device not only comes with Tegra 3 Quad-core processor, but also a 12 core GPU, so that makes 4 + 12 = 16 cores!! Wow that is impressive, for a little guy it sure packs a hell of a punch. Drawbacks The tablet only comes with a front facing camera for video conferencing, so that means no back camera which is a let off, but for the price it does makes sense not to give one.  Another draw back is that it has no slot for memory expansion, so you will have to do with 8 GB or 16 GB storage only. So this is supposed to be the “Kindle Fire Killer”, with its impressive specs and Android 4.1 OS  it is sure to do just that. Quick Specs: OS Android   4.1 Jelly Bean RAM 1 GB Processor Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad Core, 12 Core GPU Dimensions 10.45 mm Display type 7 inch IPS screen, 1280×800 pixels Weight 0.7 lbs Camera Front Facing 2 mega pixel Here is the official launching of the Nexus 7 Tablet. Enjoy!...

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