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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini vs HTC One Mini

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini vs HTC One Mini

The fight for smartphone supremacy rages on and after the launch of the HTC One Mini it is time to put it head to head against the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini. Each smartphone is quite different from the other with each having its own pros and cons. Both smartphones come under the budget phone category and each has its own unique feature. The HTC One Mini comes with an Ultrapixel sensor which gives it an edges when it comes to low light photography, not only that but has a better display resolution. The S4 mini on the other hand has NFC, an IR blaster removable battery and expandable memory. Full comparison of  the HTC One Mini vs Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini...

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Samsung officially unveil flexible YOUM displays at CES 2013

Samsung officially unveil flexible YOUM displays at CES 2013

  After months of speculation and built up anxiety, the wait is finally over. Samsung in one of the Press Conferences at CES 2013 have officially launched their new upcoming line of flexible displays YOUM, which would be the basis of smartphones and tablets in the near future. The devices that were unveiled at the event (still in the prototype stage) included the new YOUM panels and plastic used in these devices which can easily bend and are virtually unbreakable.   From what we have come to assume is the fact that these devices could be used in many ways imaginable by the user like for example a tablet can easily be folded into a smartphone so that it could easily slip into your jean’s pocket or a smartphone can itself be twisted and turned in such a way to squeeze it in that tight Tuxedo jacket which in normal circumstances would actually look kind of weird with the device popping out don’t you think ? The representative conducting the event was also kind enough to show us a concept of a few future versions of a YOUM Galaxy smartphone and a YOUM Galaxy Tab.     Another beneficial way to utilize these flexible devices could be based on the fact that one side could entirely be used as a notification display while the other half can be used for the phone’s regular functionality. Well for the time being these are just assumptions as to how these devices could and would be used once the OEM’s start rolling them out in the upcoming months. Credit should be given to Samsung Electronics for once again coming up with an entirely new technology which is sure to benefit a large chunk of mobile and tablet users in the near future....

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Gorilla Glass 3 to be showcased at CES 2013

Gorilla Glass 3 to be showcased at CES 2013

  Since we first heard of the technology a couple of years back, Gorilla Glass has been one of the most used piece of equipment on a majority of mobile devices whether they are in the shape of a smartphone, a mixed breed phablet and a full fledged Tablet computer. Gorilla Glass has remained in the spotlight ever since and has been utilized by a number of OEM’s specially Samsung and HTC. Till now we have witnessed two variants in the Gorilla Glass series and now it seems that a third one’s up for grabs pretty soon. Corning, the company (and the brains) behind this hardened glass peripheral, have now come up with Gorilla Glass 3, the latest version in their successful series of durable screens. According to some early reports, the new glass is three times more scratch resistant then its predecessor and the company claims that there would be a 40 percent reduction in the overall scratches which were previously seen with the naked eye. According to an official press release, Corning plans to introduce two new products at CES 2013 next week, the new glass composition with durability enhancements, and Optical Cables by Corning, fiber-based, device-to-device connectivity solutions that significantly extend the data transmission range past the limits of copper-based...

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Leaked images of the Samsung GT-B7810 QWERTY are out now

Leaked images of the Samsung GT-B7810 QWERTY are out now

2012 was the year we saw Android powered smartphones in all shapes and sizes from a 5.5 inch Phablet to smartphones with full QWERTY  keyboards. Samsung was one of many to launch candy bar shaped smartphones,  but not many companies had one’s with a full QWERTY keyboard with it. The Galaxy M Pro GT-B7800 was one of these types, and it seems this year it is getting a big brother. There have been leaked images of the new Galaxy GT-B7810 smartphone, this one seems to be running n Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) , as compared to the previous model which ran on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Talking about specs not much is known about the device, other than it has a 480×360 resolution display and a rear camera. We will surely let you know when full specs of the smartphone will surface. If you have some further news , be sure to let us know in our comments...

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Huawei Ascend Mate – 6.1inch Phablet unveild unofficially

Huawei Ascend Mate – 6.1inch Phablet unveild unofficially

  Huawei have not kept most of their smartphones under raps as some of the big brands tend to do. Rumors of a 5-inch plus smartphone were flying around for quite a while now. Last Sunday Huawei’s Chairman Richard Yu, unofficially unveiled their 2013 smartphone, the Ascend Mate is a wopping 6.1 inch smartphone, first of its kind I may add. The smartphone is supposed to be officially shown to the world at the CES event coming up in two weeks (Jan 8).     Honestly if anybody told you to think about a 6 inch phone, first thoughts in your mind would be of a Galaxy Note 3 or something, which to compete with this bad boy could be possible in the near future.  The Ascend Mate with its impressive size sports a Full 1080p HD display, a Quad-Core CPU and a 4000mAh battery. The Ascend Mate is a wee bit thicker than the Galaxy Note 2 measuring at 9.9m where as the Note 2 is 9.4mm thick. The phone is also cheaper than the note and would be sold at around...

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Samsung to display flexible “YOUM” screens at CES 2013

Samsung to display flexible “YOUM” screens at CES 2013

Samsung have finally decided to raise the curtains over their upcoming line of flexible displays which are set to be the integrated within most of the upcoming smartphones in 2013 possibly starting with the launch of Samsung’s next flagship phone, the Galaxy SIV.     According to reports, Samsung have agreed to showcase the final version of their new flexible display technology at CES 2013 which is taking place from Jan 8th-11th, 2013. The Korean tech giants would be unveiling a 5.5-inch flexible smartphone display using YOUM technology along with a 55-inch OLED TV. Here’s what CNET had to say; “Attendees (CES 2013) will get to see a 5.5-inch flexible screen intended for smartphone use, with a 1,280×720-pixel HD resolution and a 267 pixel density. In addition, the team will also show off a television-size 55-inch screen.”...

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