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Huawei MateBook is offcially launched at MWC 2016

Huawei MateBook is offcially launched at MWC 2016

Huawei at the MWC 2016 launched their 2 in 1, 12 inch Quad HD tablet which doubles up as a laptop when connected it with the keyboard. The Tablet is made entirely of aluminum, but is fairly light and comes in two colors Silver and Black. The MateBook also comes with a doc, which has multiple ports, including an Ethernet port, an HDMI port and a couple more. The MateBook coupled with USB-Type C will be available for $699. Huawei also launched the Mate Pen, which has 2,048 levels of sensitivity, this makes it glide with extreme precision on the MateBook’s 12 inch display. The pen has a built in lithium battery which according to Huawei can last upto a 100 hours on a single charge. Not only that, but the Mate Pen also has a laser pointer on the top to help in your presentation skills. For Further details check out the press release below Huawei MateBook Specs: Display: 12-inch 2160 x 1440 IPS TFT LCD Processor: 6th Gen Intel® Core™ m processor, dual core up to 3.1GHz RAM: 4GB/8GB LPDDR3 Storage: 128GB/256GB/512GB SSD Camera: Front 5MP Battery: 33.7 Watt hour battery ( last around 10 hours) Fingerprint Scanner: Yes OS: Windows 10/Windows 10 Pro Press Release Huawei Launches MateBook at MWC 2016 At the Mobile World Congress 2016, Huawei launched the Huawei MateBook, a 2-in-1 device designed to meet the evolving demands of today’s modern business users. Building on Huawei’s success in delivering beautiful and powerful high-end mobile consumer devices, the MateBook defines itself as a mobile productivity tool that seamlessly integrates mobility, high efficiency, work and entertainment.  The notebook is answering the demand for portable, stylish, smart devices that allow users to stay connected in any setting. Designed as a total solution for consumers who enjoy the flexibility of a convertible device, the MateBook is a premium product that perfectly balances mobility, productivity and design. “With this landmark device, Huawei is demonstrating our industry-leading design and manufacturing expertise by bringing a beautifully crafted flagship product to market that is redefining the new style of business – connected computing across all devices in almost every scenario,” said Richard Yu, CEO, Huawei Consumer Business Group. “Huawei has successfully channeled its comprehensive experience and excellence in building premium mobile products into the needs of the modern business environment by introducing a highly efficient device, seamlessly capable of integrating work and entertainment functions.”    With the MateBook, Huawei is continuing its strategy of partnering with the most innovative market leaders. The device features a 6th Generation Intel® Core™m-series processor to handle the most rigorous business demands in a stylish, thin and light weight Fanless design. “This...

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Samsung officially announces the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

Samsung officially announces the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

The Unpacked event just got over and the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge were officially unveiled. Earlier we got some of the specs, and we are happy to say most of them were in line. The Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge both are beasts when it comes to raw power due to the Exynos 8890 and Snapdragon 820 chipsets. If that wasn’t enough, the devices house 4GB LPDDR4 RAM to speed things up. The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have surpassed the competition when it comes to graphical performance, joining hands with Epic Studios to come up with Next Gen Console like immersive gaming experience. The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge come with the new Vulcan API for gaming that Android 6.0 introduced to the platform, and Samsung has also built-in quite a few tools and features of its own to improve the gaming experience. Not only that but users are also getting $200 worth of in-game currency to use. While we are on the topic of gaming, it is also worth mentioning that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge both come with “Liquid Cooling”, which keeps the heating at bay, for those long gaming sessions. We are also rejoiced to say, Samsung have heard the cries of its customers and brought back the microSD card slot (slow applause). Both the devices can support upto 200GB, which is more than enough even for the power user. Internal storage options are 32GB or 64, though 128GB could be in the pipeline too but was not mentioned at the event. Talking a bit about the design, the S7 and S7 edge both bring back the metal and glass body of their predecessors. Though a few changes have been made which are more than welcome especially for the S7 edge. A lot of people had complained that the Galaxy S6 edge plus did not feel right in the hand, it had no grip. Samsung have rectified this, by using 3D thermal forming to make an ergonomic back, which gives it a much better grip. Now, lets talk about the camera, if increasing mega pixels was the way to go, then Samsung have taken a step back. Though, this is not true (some may argue that it is, but then that’s their opinion), the lens is what makes the difference. The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge come with the first ever Dual Pixel camera, which means that auto focus speed has bumped up quite a bit, as compared to the S6, which was considered to have the best camera, is quite impressive. The 12.2 MP camera sensor has an aperture of f/1.7 which means can...

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Specs leaked – Force Touch, Retina Scanner and a 12.2MP camera confirmed

Samsung Galaxy S7 Specs leaked – Force Touch, Retina Scanner and a 12.2MP camera confirmed

Hey guys, the Samsung unpacked event is just a few hours away and we have some leaked specs of the Galaxy S7. It has been confirmed that the Galaxy S7 is water and dust resistant  and will house a 12.2 MP camera with enhanced low light image capabilities. The front is an 8 MP shooter which is a relief to see, as it has because a norm for most high end smartphones in the market. The Galaxy S7 will also have Force Touch on its QHD 5.1 display, which was expected after a similar feature was launched by the competition a few months back. The device is powered by Samsung’s brand new Exynos 8890, 64 bit Chipset, which is expected to be a be the fastest processor in the market. A Octa Core Snapdragon 820 version will also be available in certain countries as well. The processor is supported by 4GB of RAM, with storage capacities of 32,64 and 128GB. It might be disappointing for some, but it seems that the microSD card has not returned, we can not confirm this news yet, but from the news we got it seems a bit unlikely. The battery on the Galaxy S7 will b non-removable as well, though the capacity is yet to be announced. The thing which had made us excited is the all new Retina Scanner on the Galaxy S7. Samsung have kept this feature under wraps very well it seems, oh well we’ll juts need to wait a few more hours to find out. All the specs we have found out so far are mentioned below: Galaxy S7 Specifications:   Display 5.1 inch Display (1440 X 2560 Resolution) (Super AMOLED, Force Touch with  TouchWIZ UI) Processor Octa Core Snapdragon 820 / Exynos 8890, 64 bit Chipset SIM Nano SIM, Samsung Pay Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 5, IP68 Water & Dust Resistance GPU Adreno 530, ~576 ppi pixel density OS Android v6.0 (Marshmallow OS) RAM 4 GB Memory 32/64/128 GB Camera 12.2 MP primary camera with BRITECELL Sensors, 8 MP Front facing camera with Dual Video call Networking 2G, 3G, 4G LTE, HSPA, GSM support v4.2 Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, GLONASS Sensors Fingerprint, Retina Scanner, Auto HDR, Gyro, SpO2 Accelerometer, Barometer, Proximity, Heart Rate etc. Battery Non-Removable Battery Release date February 21, 2016 So make sure you tune in to Samsung’s Unpacked 2016 event at 11:00 PM PST tonight. The live stream will be available on...

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Huawei P9 to launch with Massive RAM at the MWC

Huawei P9 to launch with Massive RAM at the MWC

As MWC 2016 keeps on getting closer, the rumor mill is spinning faster and faster. We got to know that the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge will be waterproof, the LG G5 is probably boasting dual cameras, that leaves us with Huawei. The invite sent by Huawei did give us a pretty good idea that their next device (Huawei P9) will include a stylus. What we heard after that is something to debate about, the Huawei P9 is rumored to have 6GB of RAM. Yes you read correctly, not 4,  not 5, but 6GB of RAM! Do we even need a smart phone with that much of speed?? Will it actualy make a difference in real world usage? All those questions will be answered at the Huawei event at MWC on Feb 21,...

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The all new HTC One M9 – Hands on Review

The all new HTC One M9 – Hands on Review

Its that time of the year where OEM’s from all over the world anxiously wait to unveil some of their flagship devices of the year. That’s right guys, MWC 2015 is in full swing these days with many big names such as Samsung, Microsoft and Huawei gracing the event, its now time for us to have a look at what the Taiwanese Tech Giants, HTC have in store for us this time. As anticipated since the last couple of weeks, the company did indeed stick to their initial promise of unveiling their next big flagship device of 2015, the HTC One M9. Last year’s variant, the HTC One (M8) considered by some as one of the best handheld devices of 2014 had won many accolades including one for the “best looking smartphone of the year” was one of the mainstays of the company. Now as an old saying goes, one should not try to fix something which is not broken and if a successful recipe has worked once, it ought to  repeat itself once again. Taking into consideration the aforementioned notion, HTC have this year decided to stick to those credentials for which their devices are always renowned for mainly when it comes to being stylish and durable at the same time. Lets take a closer look at what HTC’s next beast has to offer us this time around. Design and Body To begin with, this years HTC One looks pretty much similar to its predecessor the M8 and this is one area which got a few criticisms from both tech analysts as well as some of the consumers who were expecting a little something new and different from the (still brilliant) HTC One M8. There are a few notable changes nonetheless with the power button being shifted to the right hand side of the phone sitting just below the two volume rocker keys with all three buttons having exactly the same shape and design making it a bit confusing for people to easily switch between the power and the volume keys. Even though the power key is slightly ridged, it would have been better to have the volume keys on the other side – or move the microSD slot to the left-hand side below the SIM tray, thus giving more room to move the volume buttons up. On the front side of things, the M9 still manages to  stick to its previously recognized features that include the front facing grill with Boom Speakers along with the HTC logo which even though many users didn’t hold too kindly about in the M8 still remains there since most of the phone’s main internal components (sensors and...

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Huawei’s launches its first smart watch at MWC called Huawei Watch

Huawei’s launches its first smart watch at MWC called Huawei Watch

Huawei is a company which is slowly creeping up on the competition with its affordable and premium smart phones.  Now, they have taken a bold step and ventured into the smart watch territory. Huawei at MWC 2015 launched their first smart watch, the Huawei Watch. The watch as you can see in the picture above looks absolutely stunning and could over throw last year’s king the Moto 360, in terms of looks as well as power. Huawei have made this time piece with the idea of it lasting decades, with the body being made of cold-forged stainless steel and a sapphire crystal lens. The watch will come in three colors, gold silver and black, with a number of straps including leather and steel variants. The display on this smart watch is a whole new ball game with a fully circular 1.4 inch AMOLED display having a resolution of 400×400. This makes it the screen to beat in a smart watch category so far. The display to body ratio is smaller than the Moto 360, meaning looks more like a traditional time piece. The heart of the watch is a Qualcomm APQ8026 1.2GHz processor, with 512MB of RAM and 4GB internal storage. The RAM and the memory is in par with the industry average, so nothing new there. The smart watch comes with a number of sensors including Gyroscope + Accelerometer, PPG and Barometer for tracking heart rate, steps etc. On the charging front the Huawei Watch unlike the Moto 360 charges with a cradle and a wire and not via Qi charging. The battery on the smart watch is 300mAh, which could be enough to last a full day. The sad news though is if you want this bad boy then, you have to wait quite a bit, as Huawei have coined the availability to be somewhere in the middle of the year. So, what do you think of Huawei’s first attempt at a smart watch. Will you be buying it? Let us know in our comments section...

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