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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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Microsoft Mobile Devices introduces two new smartphones Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL at MWC 2015

Microsoft Mobile Devices introduces two new smartphones Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL at MWC 2015

These days its all about the Mobile World Congress (MWC) taking place in Barcelona, Spain where OEM’s from all across the globe are busy unveiling some of their latest devices. Microsoft Mobile Devices & Services introduced two new smartphones Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL at the Mobile World Congress 2015 today. The news devices give people greater flexibility and freedom to choose when and where they get things done. Both phones are upgradeable to Windows 10, which offers more personal computing and greater productivity, and will be available later this year. In a competitive marketplace, Microsoft Mobile Devices & Services continues to deliver innovative smartphone experiences at all price points. Both devices offer seamless integration of hardware essentials — with a choice of screen sizes and camera capabilities — and Microsoft services to offer incredible productivity with affordability. With Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL, people are prepared for anything — for work, at home and on the go. They can smoothly and quickly access important documents or run popular websites, apps and games thanks to the onboard 1 GB of memory and powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon processor featuring quad-core CPU running at 1.2GHz. People can also enjoy photos and videos on a crisp high-definition (HD) display — either 5 inches on Lumia 640 or 5.7 inches on Lumia 640 XL. The long lasting battery of up to 2500 mAh in Lumia 640 and 3000 mAh in Lumia 640 XL, people can power through the day with battery to spare. The 13MB camera with ZEISS optics on Lumia 640 XL and the 8MP camera on Lumia 640 captures rich photos even in low light, while the front-facing camera is ideal for Skype video calling, and Lumia Camera software right out of the box. The phones come packed with the latest version of Windows Phone 8.1 and the Lumia Denim update, complete with one-swipe Action Center, Word Flow and Live Folders. People can also upgrade Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL to Windows 10 and enjoy its benefits as it becomes available later this year. Moreover, they can have the best of both worlds with LTE support available on dual-SIM models for the first time. In addition, all dual-SIM models will feature Smart Dual SIM to help ensure people never miss a call. “Our newest Lumia devices build on our momentum in the affordable smartphones space,” said Jo Harlow, corporate vice president for Phones at Microsoft. “With the Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL, we continue to make innovation accessible to more people. We have packaged competitive hardware with innovative Windows software and Microsoft services to help you achieve more, wherever and whenever you want.” Lumia...

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Introducing the all new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge – Next is Now

Introducing the all new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge – Next is Now

Samsung has finally lifted the curtains and we got Two New devices, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. The Galaxy S6 was internally codenamed “Project Zero”, this was due to the overhaul it has taken in terms of appearance and built from the entire previous Galaxy lineup. The philosophy they have used for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge is innovation redesigned from inside out. Both the devices have identical specifications expect for the obvious first of its kind curved display found on the Galaxy S6 Edge. Design and Body The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are easily the most beautiful devices Samsung has created up to date. They have finally listened to the cries of the public and come with a device (or devices for that matter) which looks and feels like a premium device. The front and back of both devices is covered with glass i.e Gorilla Glass 4 (Pretty darn tough mind you ). The only concern for me is the smudges occurring at the back due to the glass other wise it is pretty solid. The rest of the device is made from an aluminum uni-body, which according to Samsung is 50% stronger than the metal used in competing smart phones. The metal body has some kind of a reflective material on the front and the back which gives it a unique effect. This is more apparent on the Emerald Green and Topaz Blue versions. Other colors include Platinum Gold, Sapphire Black and Pearl White. The green and the blue colors are exclusive for the S6 Edge and S6 respectively. Performance One thing we can always expect from Samsung is that their flagship devices always come up with impressive hardware. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge do not disappoint in that front at all.  At the heart of the device lies Samsung’s very own 14-nanometer Exynos 7420 64-bit Octa Core processor (Quad-core 2.1GHz processor and a quad-core 1.5GHz processor). The chip-set is still to be put up against the industry leading Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor found in the HTC One M9 to see how it fares against the competition. Though Samsung have mentioned it consumes 30% less energy, which is always good for a better battery life. The S6 and S6 Edge have their RAM bumped up to 3GB LPDDR4 as compared to the 2GB DDR3 found in the Galaxy S5 as well. Storage Samsung have done away with a 16GB variant of their flagship device, Finally! The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will come in three storage sizes 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. This is Samsung’s way of dealing with the lack of a...

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Live Streaming link of the HTC One M9 event

Live Streaming link of the HTC One M9 event

  We’re less then an hour away from the grand launch ceremony of HTC where we the much anticipated HTC One (M9) is all set to be announced at the MWC event in Barcelona,Spain. Here’s where you can get to see all the action LIVE   http://www.htc.com/us/go/launch/   We’ll be covering the whole event live followed by a detailed review of HTC’s next flagship device so do stick around for more. Cheers...

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