Monday, May 21, 2012

The iPhone 5 And Samsung Galaxy S3 Likely To Be Constructed With Liquid Metal

In the next few weeks we are set to see the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S3, the eagerly awaited new flagship handset from Samsung. It is widely expected that we will see the new iPhone 5 revealed soon afterwards as Apple are keen not to lose ground on their closest smartphone competitor. New rumours suggest that these two new devices will be focusing on the design of the handsets in a bid to catch the attention of the buying public.
Samsung Galaxy S3
The latest rumours to surface on the internet suggest that the new iPhone 5 will be constructed from a new liquid metal material. The iPhone 4S was the last major smartphone release from Apple and although this model was very pleasing on the eye many consumers complained about the rather delicate glass construction. Despite toughened glass being used on the front and back panel of this phone there were still numerous cases of the phone being damaged when dropped. Apple look to have taken this on board and will construct the new model from liquid metal. The use of this type of material means that the phone will not only be incredibly durable but it will also be much lighter in weight than previous versions of the phone. It is no secret that Apple currently have patents pertaining to liquid metals and in particular the materials use in the construction of mobile phones so do not be surprised if this is one rumour about the new phone that proves to be correct.
iPhone
It looks as though the Apple iPhone 5 may not be the only handset that uses liquid metal in its construction as Samsung are also looking to use the same type of material on their new Galaxy S3 handset. With several major smartphone manufacturers offering very similar technical specification on their devices the design of the phone is becoming one of the most vital aspects. Apple have always been renowned for their ground breaking styling and Samsung will be keen to ensure that their technically superior phone can match their biggest rivals when it comes to design. We may not have long to wait to see if these rumours regarding the construction of these two new devices prove correct. Samsung are holding a major event on May 3rd where it is expected that the Galaxy S3 will be unveiled. We will probably have to wait until the end of the summer before we hear such news about the iPhone 5 but certainly by the time autumn arrives we will have had a chance to see both of these devices in the flesh.

The use of new materials on the iPhone 5 is no surprise as Apple attempt to give the handset an edge over its competitors. Given the success of the Samsung Galaxy S2 it is also no shock that the manufacturers are trying to compete with Apple in this area rather than focusing on more common designs that are offered by numerous other phone manufacturers.

Monday, May 21, 2012 by Sabrez Alam · 0

The New Samsung Galaxy Beam And The Old Samsung I8520 Galaxy Beam

Back in 2010, Samsung came out with their very first projector handset and it was called the Samsung I8520 Galaxy Beam. Forward to 2012, Samsung announced another projector phone and is also named as the Samsung Galaxy Beam. So what made Samsung create another projector phone with the same name? The answer is quite simple. The first Samsung I8520 Galaxy Beam was not released worldwide. This year, Samsung wanted to share this amazing handset and even upgraded it with a powerful 1GHz dual-core processor.
Samsung Galaxy Beam
From 720Mhz processor, now the new handset is more powerful with its 1GHz dual-core processor. The phone's OS is also upgraded to Android Gingerbread from the original Android Éclair. This handset is also bigger at 124 x 64.2 x 12.5mm, while the older version's dimensions are 123 x 59.8 x 14.9mm. The newhandset may be bigger than its predecessor but it is lighter at 145.3 grams. The other one weighs in at 156 grams.

So what else is new? The new handset features a 4" TFT capacitive touch screen display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels at 223ppi for its pixel density. The older one may have a smaller screen size at 3.7" with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels at 252 ppi for its pixel density, but it featured an amazing Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen display. You can say that the new Galaxy Beam's screen display is a downgrade despite of its bigger size. But then again, we all love bigger screens!

These handsets feature a microSD card slot and you can upgrade your memory up to 32GB on these handsets. Again, the newest Beam's internal storage was downgraded to a mere 8GB. The older one boasts a 16GB worth of internal storage. However, the newest handset boasts a 768 MB worth of RAM while the other one is at 384MB RAM only.

The latest handset offers a 5MP camera with a resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels. It comes with a 1.3MP front-facing camera and can record videos at 720p at 30 frames per second. The older one comes in with an 8MP shutter with a resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels. It comes with a front-facing VGA camera only and can record videos at 720p at 30 frames per second. Both of the said handsets feature an LED flash and auto-focus.

The older handset may have better stuff (i.e. camera, display screen, and memory storage), but the latest Samsung Galaxy Beam is more powerful than its predecessor. You can also add the fact that its OS is way better than the older version. But one thing is for sure, these handsets are rare for having integrated projectors inside of them. So both of them are winners!

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The Nokia Lumia 900 Showcases The Windows Phone Mango Operating System

The Nokia Lumia 900 is one of the most impressive releases from the Finnish phone Goliath in the last couple of years. It boasts some of the best hardware from Nokia to date along with the Windows Phone Mango OS. In this article I will take a closer look at the software and its interface.

The Windows Phone Mango (v7.5) OS is the latest version of Microsoft's smartphone platform and sees the implementation of its most advanced features so far. While this may be the case, the interface of the software remains surprisingly user friendly. The intuitive user interface starts with a simple unlock method which is carried out by simply sliding your finger from the bottom of the screen to the top. While the screen is locked, you will notice info for battery, Wi-Fi and mobile network strength displayed at the top of the screen, with larger icons at the bottom displaying the date and time.
Nokia Lumia 900
When the screen is unlocked, you will instantly notice the 'tile' layout of the interface. This is essentially a combination of apps and live widgets which are displayed in larger icons than those we typically see in the grid setup of iOS and Android devices. This makes to the Nokia Lumia 900 easy to use, and of course makes it easy to find the apps you are looking for. Of course, the layout of the apps is completely customisable, so you can place your most commonly used apps and widgets within easy reach, so they can be instantly accessed after unlocking the screen.

Handsets which run iOS and Android (such as the iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S2 respectively) require you to scroll sideways to access more apps and different homescreen setups, but the interface of the Nokia Lumia 900 instead scrolls downwards, much like the 'all apps' menu on an Android device. When you scroll sideways, you will be presented with an alphabetically sorted list of apps, which allows you to jump to an app based on the first letter in its title. This makes apps easy to find if you do not have it pinned onto your homescreen. To make the task of finding apps easier, you can also create folders whereby you can group apps by the category of your choice. For example you could have a folder for all your music apps, the apps you use at work, or all the apps for different messaging formats.

The selection of apps available from Windows' content library, Windows Marketplace, is a far cry from that of the AppStore and Google Play. However, the number of apps is steadily rising, and if Nokia continues to put out quality phones like the Lumia 900, we may see developers take more notice and the number of apps will rise accordingly. With around 80,000 apps though, you will find familiar titles like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube etc, along with popular games like Angry Birds. As a rule of thumb, if an app has been successful in iOS or Android format, it is likely to also be found on Windows Marketplace.

If you are looking for something different to the iOS or Android phones which are currently proving so popular, the Nokia Lumia 900 would be my top recommendation. The phone sports some impressive hardware, and the software is equally impressive, albeit less well known than iOS and Android.

by Sabrez Alam · 0

The Samsung Galaxy S3 Is Likely To Sport NFC Technology

We are now only a couple of days away from the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S3, the successor to the wildly popular Galaxy S2 which remains at the top of the Android smartphone sales charts. Although nothing is set in stone, plenty of rumours have been circulating around the internet in recent months, regarding its possible specifications.

One of the more interesting and highly likely features the handset is likely to include is NFC technology. NFC means 'Near Field Communication'. This has a number of real world applications, and although found on a few other handsets, the Samsung Galaxy S3 looks like it may be the handset to put this technology into the hands of the masses. So what does NFC actually do, and how can owners of the Samsung Galaxy S3 benefit from this technology?

NFC allows you to sync payment details like credit and debit cards, or Google Wallet. You can then use the phone to pay for goods simply by swiping the phone in front of a scanner at a checkout. This technology is likely to see a big investment in its infrastructure in the near future, with suggestions that many services could be compatible. For example, paying for public transport, movie tickets, coffee and fast food could all benefit from the convenience it provides.

Samsung Galaxy S2
The Samsung Galaxy S3 will also sport a number of other impressive features. It has been confirmed that a 1.4GHz quad-core processor will be included along with 2 GB of RAM, providing super fast performance from all manner of the phone's features. A larger screen with an HD resolution, improved camera and of course Android 'Ice Cream Sandwich' operating system are all sure to grace the spec list of the new flagship device.

Until the handset is officially unveiled we will not know everything about this phone that we would like to but there is not long to wait now. When it is unveiled on the 3rd of May, be sure to check my new articles which will cover everything you need to know about the device.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note And The Eluga Power - A Look At Styling And Screen Performance

When the Samsung Galaxy Note was launched towards the end of 2011 the model grabbed the attention of the public with its very large display. In the following months since its release the handset has proved very popular and as a result a number of other manufacturers are launching phones with similarly sized displays. The newest model to offer a new super sized display is the new Eluga Power from Panasonic. We take a look at design and display technology on both of these models.

The Samsung Galaxy Note is a great looking handset which is best described as an enlarged version of the popular Galaxy S2 handset. This phone is never going to win any awards for its compact design and it is one of the largest phones on the market. While this may pose a problem for many smartphones this giant size is quite intentional on this device as it is intended to bridge the gap that exists between the smartphone and tablet markets. The model measures 146.9 x 83 x 9.7mm and weighs 178 grammes. The slim depth of this phone is particularly appealing and it contrasts well with the large dimensions of the screen. The models offers a very angular design with very gentle curves present at all four corners. When you first cast your eyes over the new Panasonic Eluga Power you notice just how rectangular in design this model is. There are hardly any curves present and this works really well on such a large phone. The device boasts dimensions of 136x70x9.6mm and a weight of just 133 grammes which is considerably less than the Samsung although the screen is slightly smaller. An attractive thin bezel surrounds the screen which dominates the fascia and the edges of the chassis are nicely contoured. It is hard to say which of these two phones offers the better design. Both models are very attractive in their own way and both should prove a big success with consumers.
Samsung Galaxy Note
The key selling point with both of these devices is their large screens so as you would expect both models sport some excellent display technology. The Samsung Galaxy Note incorporates a 5.3 inch screen that runs on the very latest Super AMOLED technology. This type of screen delivers very vivid colours and superb viewing angles. In terms of resolution the model can show 1280 x 800 pixels which means a total pixel density of 285PPI can be displayed. This excellent quality makes the handset perfect for web browsing and viewing multi media content. The Eluga Power features a slightly smaller 5 inch screen which uses LCD technology. The resolution of the screen is slightly lower than the Samsung at 1280 x 720 pixels but because of the smaller screen size the pixel density is actually higher at 294PPI. Once again both models are very closely matched in terms of screen performance. The Panasonic has the slight edge in terms of pixel density but the Super AMOLED screen used on the Samsung delivers more vivid colours and deeper blacks.

The Samsung Galaxy Note and the Panasonic Eluga Power are two perfect devices for consumers looking for a large screen device but not wanting something as large as a tablet. Both of these models boast an attractive design while screen quality is also impressive although the Samsung may hold a slight advantage in this area thanks to the use of Super AMOLED technology.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note And The Nokia Lumia 900 - A Look At Styling And Display Quality

9The modern mobile smartphone consumer tends to favour a device with a large screen which is perfect for web browsing, mobile gaming and video playback. Two devices that fall into this category are the Samsung Galaxy Note and the Nokia Lumia 900. These handsets are produced by two of the real heavyweights of the smartphone world but how do they compare for design and screen technology? We take a closer look and see which model comes out on top.
Nokia Lumia 900
When it comes to design we tend to favour the very modern Nokia Lumia 900 device as it boasts styling which is superior to the majority of handsets currently on the market. The handset measures 127.8 x 68.5 x 11.5mm which makes it the largest Lumia device in the range. The handset is still considerably smaller than the Galaxy Note however which measures 146.9 x 83 x 9.7mm although this model does offer a screen which is one inch larger. Because of its more compact dimensions the Nokia generally feels more comfortable when in use and is also 19 grammes less in weight than its rival. The Lumia is a very well designed phone which sports an angular design similar to other Lumia devices and also the popular N9 handset. The model boasts a uni body chassis which adds to the aesthetic appeal and this is constructed from a high quality polycarbonate material. The model is also available in a range of colours which helps to make it one of the very best phones for consumers who rate looks as highly as performance. The Samsung Galaxy Note is best described as an enlarged version of the Galaxy S2 model. The device sports a minimalist design with neatly rounded corners and a textured back panel. The design of the model is actually more attractive than the majority of phones available but the device loses points for its sheer size which many would suggest makes the phone look like a small tablet device rather than a smartphone. A new white version of the Note has been launched which will please consumers who like to steer clear of the more common black and dark grey devices.

Samsung Galaxy Note
Although the size of the screen on the Samsung Galaxy Note may deter some consumers, the quality that it offers is superb. The models uses a Super AMOLED display which measures 5.3 inches which makes it the largest phone screen currently available. An impressive pixel density of 285 pixels per inch can be displayed thanks to the very high resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. What is also very pleasing about this display is the natural depth of colour that it can can show. Black colours genuinely look black unlike the dark greys that can often be found on many inferior screens. This is thanks to the Super AMOLED technology which is undoubtedly the best type of screen for providing dark tones. The Nokia Lumia 900 uses a smaller 4.3 inch display which runs on AMOLED technology. This model can display a lower resolution than the Samsung of 800 x 480 pixels but despite the smaller screen size the pixel density if considerably lower at 217PPI which is slightly disappointing for a flagship device. The clarity of picture is very good and like the Galaxy Note there is a good depth of colour but the Samsung certainly offers more in the way of quality in this area.

The Samsung Galaxy Note and the Nokia Lumia 900 are two impressive new devices which benefit from high quality displays. We prefer the Nokia handset for design as it is a more manageable size than its rival but when it comes to screen quality the Galaxy Note definitely holds the upper hand.

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The iPhone 4S And The HTC One S - How Screen Technology And Design Differ

When the iPhone 4S was launched in October 2011 it was the most advanced mobile handset available and as a result scores of consumers were eager to get theirs hands on one of the devices. As time passes however technology moves on and now the specification of the 4S is more comparable with a high quality mid range device rather than one of the new premium handsets that are available. As a result of this we have seen the price of the iPhone also decrease slightly over this period. We see how the model compares with the new HTC One S, one of the leading new mid range phones, for screen technology and design.
HTC One S
The iPhone 4S boasts a very unique design which is part of the reason why it has been so popular with consumers. The model perfectly combines two glass panels with a slim steel strip which is sandwiched in between them. When you actually handle the phone it feels very premium and part of the reason for this is that it weighs 140 grammes which is slightly heavier than many of the new models that are being released. The glass design of the phone is actually very durable which is somewhat surprising and this is thanks to Apple using Gorilla Glass in the design which is much tougher than traditional panels. The chassis design was first used on the iPhone 4 in 2010 and despite its age it still compares favourably with many new models that are being launched. The HTC One S is also a very stylish phone and one could argue that it is the best looking device that HTC have ever released. The model uses a metallic chassis which has undergone an oxidising treatment during its manufacture which gives it an impressive finish and also helps to make it more durable. The model is slightly larger than the Apple device but it does feature a larger screen so this is to be expected. The HTC handset offers a much more curved design and the appearance of the phone could almost be described as pebble like. Both of these handsets boast excellent design and while the iPhone 4S may offer the more unusual materials one could argue that the gentle curves of the One S are more aesthetically pleasing.

iPhone 4S
At its time of release the iPhone 4S had the highest quality screen available and it still remains one of the best examples of display technology on the market. The Retina display used on this phone uses LED backlit technology to produce an excellent resolution of 960 x 640 pixels. This enables the handset to display a pixel density of 326PPI. This is actually a level that exceeds what the human eye can detect and this is why the screen has been affectionately named the Retina Display. The one disadvantage with this display is that it is one of the smallest of any current smartphone at just 3.5 inches. The HTC One S uses a larger 4.3 inch Super AMOLED screen. Technically this screen is superior to the LED panel on the Apple device as it can produce more vivid colours and more natural depth. The resolution however is lower at 960 x 540 and combined with the larger display means that pixel density on this model drops to just 256 pixels per inch. Although the technology found on the One S is very impressive the screen cannot deliver the image clarity of the 4S thanks to the superb pixel density offered by the Apple phone.

Despite being one of the older phones on the market the iPhone 4S still manages to hold its own against many of the newer handsets that are being released. When compared to the HTC One X it was hard to fault either phone in terms of design but when we looked at screen performance the Apple device still offered a superior picture.

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The Samsung Galaxy S3 And Its Predecessor The Samsung Galaxy S2

There are no specifics yet when it comes to the up and coming Samsung Galaxy S3. What we have right now are clues from its predecessors, the Galaxy S and Galaxy S2. But then again, it is better to have some kind of information than not to have any idea at all. If you are scared that this phone will never show its face at all, then worry and be afraid no more. This is because this handset is coming for sure. Yes I was able to say that, simply because Samsung sent out invites to bloggers and industry experts for the much-awaited unveiling of this handset. And it will happen on the 3rd of May at London's Earls Court Exhibition Centre at exactly 7PM. So in this article, we will talk about rumored Samsung Galaxy S3 specs and its predecessor the Samsung Galaxy S2. Read on!

According to popular rumors, the Galaxy S3 will sport a bigger display. It is said to pack a 4.6" Super AMOLED Plus capacitive touch screen display. It sure beats the S2's 4.3" Super AMOLED Plus capacitive touch screen at a mere .3" only. It's bigger no matter what. It will also come in with a higher screen resolution at 720 x 1280 pixels and with a pixel density of 319 ppi. The S2 comes in with only a 480 x 800 pixels and with a pixel density of 217 ppi. There, you see that the current S2 resolution is upgraded to a higher number. If you find the S2's display as awesome right now, imagine what the new Galaxy S3 is capable of feeding your eyes? Pictures will truly come alive and colors will simply pop out of the screen like never before.

Samsung Galaxy S3
The S3 is said to pack a 12MP Shutter. Again, this is such a wonderful upgrade to the S2's 8MP Shutter. With the said 12MP camera, you will get a resolution of 4000 x 3000 pixels as opposed to its predecessor's 3264 x 2448 pixels. Now, there are more and higher pixels on this new Galaxy S handset. But the two handsets are the same when it comes to video recording. They can both record videos at 1080 pixels and at 30 frames per second (fps).

The latest Galaxy handset is sure to ship with the latest Android Iteration. This is perhaps the only sure thing about this handset. Its predecessor originally shipped with the Android Gingerbread OS but recently received its Ice Cream Sandwich Update. Now, both are on the same level when it comes to Operating Systems.

As you can see, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is an upgrade of the famous and top-selling Samsung Galaxy S2. Only this time it comes with a bigger screen and new features that I am sure you will also find enjoyable.

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The LG Optimus 4X HD - Superior Hardware And Software

Back in 2010, LG's 2X was the first smartphone to come packed with a 1 GHz dual-core processor under the hood. Soon after, other manufacturers started to launch their own handsets sporting these powerful processors. In 2011, the most popular of these handsets was the Samsung Galaxy S2. Now, LG has officially launched another super phone. This is the LG Optimus 4X HD. This phone comes with superior hardware and software only a handful of devices can compete with.

LG's new super phone comes with one of the largest touch screens in the market. It sports a 4.7 inch HD-IPS LCD capacitive touch screen sporting a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. Only a few smartphones in the market sport similar screen sizes. One is the Windows Phone-powered HTC Titan. Another is the HTC One X.

When it comes to storage, the phone sports 16 GB of internal memory. This will allow you to store things like videos, pictures, apps, and other files. Of course, there's always a chance that the 16 GB of storage will not be enough for your files and multi-media. If this is what you're worried about, there's no need to worry. The smartphone supports as much as 32 GB from a micro-SD card.
LG Optimus Vs HTC One X
With all the storage options the phone has to offer, you are sure to download a lot of apps, capture memories, and upload them to your favorite social network using the LG Optimus 4X HD. Thankfully, the phone has the right tools for the job. It allows users to download at speeds of up to 21 mbps and upload at speeds of up to 5.76 mbps. It also comes with a superior 8 megapixel rear-facing camera that can record videos in 1080p (Full HD) and a secondary 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera that can record videos in 720p (HD).

Now comes the fun part. The LG Optimus 4X HD comes packed with the most powerful CPU available in the market. It comes packed with a 1.5 GHz Tegra 3 quad-core processor by NVIDIA under the hood. For added performance, the phone sports 1 GB of RAM. Currently, the only phone that sports the same processor is the HTC One X. With this superior CPU, you will get to enjoy more from intense graphics while gaming. It is also more ideal when it comes to seamless multi-tasking.

Like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, LG's super phone comes pre-installed with the latest version of Android. It runs Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) right out of the box. This will allow you to enjoy more from Android's new features such as Face Unlock. It will also allow you to enjoy more from apps from Google Play.

If you're looking for a smartphone that offers superior hardware and software, the LG Optimus 4X HD is the phone for you.

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The LG Optimus 4X HD And Huawei Ascend D Quad XL

During the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012 held in Barcelona Spain, two of the biggest names in the mobile industry announced their newest device line up. I am talking about big wigs, LG and Huawei. LG announced the sequel to their famous Optimus 2X the LG Optimus 4X, while Huawei announced the arrival of the Huawei Ascend D Quad XL. Both of these smartphones created a huge noise during the Mobile World Congress 2012 because of their powerful Quad-Core processors.

Yes, we are no longer talking about Dual-Core handsets here, we are talking of the next big thing for this year. Yes, this is the year of Quad-Core processors on a mobile phone. In this article, we will talk about how these two super fast phones were able to wow the audience during the MWC 2012. I will tell you all about their powerful assets. Read on.
LG Optimus 4X
Display Screens
- The Optimus 4X HD sports a whopping 4.7" HD - IPS LCD capacitive touch screen (16 Million colors) with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels and with a pixel density of 312 ppi.
- The Ascend D Quad XL sports a huge 4.5" IPS+ LCD capacitive touch screen (16 Million colors) with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels and with a pixel density of 326 ppi.
Huawei Ascend D Quad XL
Cameras
- The Optimus 4X HD ships with an 8MP shutter with a resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels. It comes with an LED flash and auto-focus. It comes with a 1.3MP front-facing shutter. This phone can record videos at 1080p and at 30 frames per second (fps).
- The Ascend D Quad XL ships with an 8MP shutter with a resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels. It comes with auto-focus and dual LED flash. Its 1.3MP front-facing camera comes in with a resolution of 720 pixels. Video recording is at 1080 pixels and at 30 frames per second (fps).

Processors
- The Optimus 4X HD is powered by the famous Nvidia Tegra 3. The handset ships with a 1.5Ghz Quad-Core Cortex-A9 processor. This is LG's most powerful handset to date.
- The Ascend D Quad XL is powered by Huawei's very own K3V2 chipset, and it clocks at 1.5GHz. The phone's Quad-Core processor is enough to make other famous names out there to make a run for their money.

To top off all of the features mentioned above, both of these handsets are running on the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich. Yes, these handsets are packed with a powerful 8MP camera and feature the same camera resolution. LG may have scored a point by coming up with a bigger screen (well a mere.2"), but they have the same resolution as well.

The fact is both of these handsets are running on a Quad-Core processor. Both of these handsets are due to be released come second Quarter of this year. Even if that is the case, they are still considered as today's most powerful and fastest handsets. You can say goodbye to dual-core and small screened smartphones and say hello to these new mighty handsets by LG and Huawei.

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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Wespro S714 7'' Tablet with 3G compatibility via USB

Wespro S714 7'' Tablet with 3G compatibility via USB Overview
This tablet sports a 7-inch Display Screen that makes your photos and videos come alive. It runs on Android 2.3 so you can do a lot more with your tablet and even access the thousands of apps in the Android Market. It supports a number of audio, video and picture formats and is equipped with Adobe Flash 10.1 Player, so you can open all your files on it. It supports 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity so you can surf the internet and keep yourself up-to-date. You can even send and receive e-mails on it so that you can always be in touch with those who matter. You can use its camera to capture a few quick clicks on the go. Wespro S714 also has a host of other interesting features like four dimensional gravity sensing, Multimedia that adds to its appeal. 

Wespro S714 7 Tablet
 Key Features:
  • 7" Display Screen
  • Google Android 2.3 OS
  • Infotmic X210, 1GHz Processor
  • Built in Wi-Fi
  • 3G Support
  • Expandable Memory Up to 32 GB
Specifications:
Brand: Wespro
Model: S714
Type: Tablet with 3G compatibility via USB (3G Dongles) 

Size & Weight Display: 7" Display Screen 
Dimension: 20.0 x 12.6 x 1.1 cm
Weight: 342 Gms 
Display Resolution: 800 x 480 Pixels 

Camera Camera: 300K Pixels 
Battery Type: 3.7V 1450mAh
Battery Back Up : 2-3 Hours 

Audio & Video Music Player: Yes with 3.5mm Stereo Phone Jack
Compatibility: Audio: MP3, DOLBY, MIDI, WMA, WAV, DTS-HDMA, DTS, AC3, LM, FLAC, LC-AAC, HE-AAC, APE

Video: MEPG 1/2/4, MPEG, AVI, MOV, ISO, DIVX6, WMV, H264, ASF, DAT, FLV, RMVB, AVI, MKV, TP, TS
Picture Format: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, GIF

Data & Connectivity WiFi : 802.11b/g/n
3G:  Yes, with 3G compatibility via USB (Works with Reliance and Airtel 3G Dongles) 

Platform Operating System: Google Android 2.3 OS
CPU/Processor: Infotmic X210, 1GHz
Voice Call: No
SIM Slot : No
Memory RAM:  256MB
Internal Memory :  4GB Nand Flash
Expandable Memory :  32 GB TF Card Slot


Other Features Adobe Flash 10.1 Player
Multimedia (Music, Videos, Games)
Work on Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Three Dimensional Gravity Sensing
Email

Warranty 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Package Contents MID, Charger, User Manual, Ethernet Connector, Carry Case, Warranty Card

Saturday, May 19, 2012 by Sabrez Alam · 0

iberry BT07i Android 4.0 Tablet Specification And Review

iberry BT07i Android 4.0 Tablet  Overview
You can experience the Full HD 1080p movies on your tablet anywhere, anytime. Things just got better, you can also share your Full HD experience with your whole family & friends- just connect your iberry tablet to your TV via the dedicated HDMI port. Gone are the days when the ultimate experience of a game is just pressing a few buttons. Now play 3D games by actually being in the game. Steer your car by steering your iberry tablet. Experience the real-life thrill and excitement. Just because you are viewing a website from your tablet doesn't mean you should be viewing a stripped down version of the website. With latest Adobe Flash 10.3 support, iberry tablet just got better than your PC- A complete browsing experience.

iberry BT07i Android 4.0 Tablet
Key Features:
  • 7" 5-Point Capacitive Touch Screen
  • 0.3MP Front Facing Camera
  • Android 4.0 ICS OS
  • 1.0GHz ARM Cortex A8 Processor
  • Built in WiFi 802.11 b/g
  • External 3G Modem Support
  • 3D Graphics OpenGL ES
Specifications: Brand: iberry
Model: BT07i
Type: Android 4.0 Tablet (ICS Capacitive Touch HD Games 1080p Slim HDMI)

Size & Weight Display: 7" Widescreen 16:9, 5-Point Capacitive Touch screen 
Dimension: 19 x 12 x 0.8 cm
Weight: 376 Gms 
Display Resolution: 800x480 WXGA TFT LED

Camera Camera: Front Facing: 0.3MP
Camera Features: Video, Audio & Still Support
Battery Type: 3600mAh Li-ion battery
Battery Back Up : Video : Up to 5 hours, Music : Up to 35 hours, Browsing over Wi-Fi : Up to 6 hours

Audio & Video Music Player: Yes with 3.5mm Stereo Headphone Jack
Compatibility: Video: MKV, AVI, RM, RMVB, MP4, MOV,VOB, DAT, FLV, 3GP,RV, WMV, AVS,H.264, MPEG4, Xvid, DivX, H.263, VP8

Video Playback : Full HD 1080p video playback
Data & Connectivity WiFi : Built-in Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
3G:  External 3G Modem Support
USB:  Mini-USB OTG
HDMI:  Mini HDMI v1.3

Platform Operating System: Android 4.0 ICS
CPU/Processor: ARM Cortex A8 @ 1.0GHz 
GPU : OpenGL Accelerator @ 400MHz
Voice Call: No
SIM Slot : No
Memory RAM:  512MB RAM DDR3
Internal Memory :  4GB Internal Flash
Expandable Memory :  Up to 32GB, MicroSD Card
 
Other Features Official Google Android Market pre-installed
  • Office - Word, Excel, PPT
  • eBook - PDF, epub, pdp, txt
  • Facebook, Twitter, YouTube etc.,
  • Adobe Flash 11 Support
  • Accelerometer
  • G-Sensor
  • Gyro Sensor
  • 4-way Auto Rotation
  • Motion Sensor Support
Warranty
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty

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Friday, May 11, 2012

The Sony Xperia S And The HTC One V

The Sony Xperia S is the first Sony only branded handset that came out last February only. This is also the Xperia flagship. On the other hand, we have the up and coming member of the "One trilogy" the HTC One V. This handset and together with its siblings (HTC One S and HTC One V) were announced during the Mobile World Congress 2012 held in Barcelona Spain. I have chosen to write about these two new handsets to simply share with you all, their different personalities. And with their features, I am sure that they will truly make you fall in love with them.

Let us now talk about their Displays, Processors, and Cameras. Read on!

Sony Xperia S
Xperia S- This handset ships with a 4.3" LED backlit LCD Capacitive touch screen with 16 Million colors. It comes with a screen resolution of 720 x1280 pixels and a pixel density of 342 ppi. It is multi-touch and you can use as much as 10 fingers while navigating this handset. It boasts a scratch-resistant glass, so you do not have to worry about tiny scratches that will ruin the phone's overall appearance. Sony made sure to incorporate their famous Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine on this handset. This handset ships with a powerful Qualcomm MSM8260 Snapdragon dual-core processor which clocks at 1.5GHz. The phone's current Operating System is the Android Gingerbread. But don't you worry because the famous Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade will soon land on this handset. The phone's best feature is its 12MP shutter. It comes with a resolution of 4000 x 3000 pixels and LED flash. You can also record videos at 1080 pixels at 30 frames per second (fps). You will also get video stabilizer and video light on this handset. You will also get a front-facing 1.3MP camera with 720 pixels and at 30 frames per second (fps).

HTC One V
HTC One V - This handset ships with a 3.7" Capacitive touch screen display with 16 Million colors. It comes in with a screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and a pixel density of 252 ppi. It features multi-touch too. This phone ships with Qualcomm MSM8255 single-core Snapdragon chipset which clocks at 1GHz. This phone ships with the latest Android iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich. It comes packed with a 5MP Shutter with a resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels and LED flash. You can record videos at 720 pixels on this handset. Unfortunately, this phone does not have a front-facing camera. It features simultaneous HD video and image recording and face detection.

If you are looking for a powerful and stylish handset then the Sony Xperia S will suit you. If you on the other hand cannot wait to experience the power of the Ice Cream Sandwich, then the HTC One V is for you. No matter what handset you choose, you know that you will get what you want for less the price if you choose one these two handsets.

Friday, May 11, 2012 by Sabrez Alam · 0

The Sony Xperia S And The Galaxy Nexus - An Overview Of Design And Displays

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was the first mobile handset to be released with the new Ice Cream Sandwich version of the Android operating system installed. Since we have seen the introduction of this model a number of new devices have arrived that also boast the updated software. We see how the Nexus compares with the Sony Xperia S, one of the most impressive ICS handsets currently on the market. We take a look at design and screen technology on both of these models to see which handset comes out on top.

Sony Xperia S
The Sony Xperia S is the first handset introduced to the Xperia range since Sony took full control from former partner Ericsson. Despite this change the model still looks very similar to many previous Xperia phones that have been launched which is pleasing as the phones are generally regarded as some of the best designed devices available. The model measures 128 x 64 x 10.6mm and weighs just 144 grammes. The model offers a very angular design when you look at it from the front yet when it is turned over the back panel sports a gentle curve that helps the device to sit very comfortably in the palm of your hand. Sony have added some design changes in order to make this new range stand out from older models that they have produced. A transparent bar sits beneath the three capacitive buttons which are located below the screen. This bar contains LED lights which highlight the buttons above it and it certainly helps the device achieve a look that is very different from all other devices. Samsung always produce stylish devices and the Galaxy Nexus is no different. The model offers a design which is much curvier than its rival and this works particularly well on a large handset such as this than it does on many smaller screened devices. The model measures 135.5 x 67.9 x 8.9mm and weighs just 135 grammes. You will notice that both the depth measurement and the weight are less than the Xperia S which will help the model to appeal to many consumers. The screen dominates the fascia and is surrounded by a very slim bezel which means that the display almost covers the entire front panel which looks great. Despite different designs both of these handset looks superb and are two of the nicest looking handsets on the market. Consumer looking for a more angular design will obviously favour the Sony while those wanting a softer and curvier finish will be more attracted to the Galaxy Nexus.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Things are not so evenly matched when we look at the screen technology incorporated on both models. The Sony Xperia S boasts the superior screen to the Xperia S and just about every other phone currently available. The model sports an LED backlit LCD screen which measures 4.3 inches. This screen can produce an extremely high resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels which results in an iPhone 4S beating pixel density of 342PPI. Colours look bright and vivid and we also found that viewing the screen in bright conditions was also very impressive. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus uses a larger display that makes use of the company's own Super AMOLED technology. In terms of resolution the Nexus offers the same standard as the Sony but on a larger 4.65 inch display. This has a negative effect on pixel density which drops to 316PPI. This type of quality is enough to eclipse most other phones on the market and the screen does work extremely well. Unfortunately for Samsung the Xperia S is a market leader in this area and therefore impresses us more for image quality.

The Sony Xperia S and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus are two superb new handsets that both boast the very latest version of the Android operating system. Both models sport striking yet very different designs but the Sony impresses us more for screen technology thanks to its wonderful display.

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Things You Need To Know About The Samsung Galaxy S3

The current Samsung flagship the Galaxy S2 sold millions and millions of units from its first day of release until this very day. With its ever growing popularity and success, Samsung decided to top their best-selling smartphone with the 3rd generation Galaxy S handset for this year. This is the up and coming Samsung Galaxy S3.

The long wait is finally over as Samsung confirmed the launch date of the latest Galaxy handset. The new handset is set to be launched on May 3 in London (Earl's Court). Although there is still no confirmation about the exact day of its release, we all basically rely on rumors and news about the said big day for Samsung's fans all over the globe.

Samsung Galaxy S3
There is also no announced pricing detail for this handset and all we can do now is to speculate (again). If we base it on the recent pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (which was sold for £520 and was offered on contracts starting at £36) we can expect it to be higher than that for now. Then there is the £500 tag price on its predecessor (Galaxy S2) and contract price that started at £46/month, we can also assume that it will be higher than this.

Let us now move on to the phone's juicy features. Back in November of last year, details of Samsung's next-gen Exynos 4412 chipset were unleashed. It was described as a powerful 1.5GHz Quad-Core processor. This handset is set to feature this mighty and speedy processor. It is only right to assume this, since all Android manufacturers are fighting over the bragging right about who will release the most cores in their handsets.

If the quad-core won't land on the S3, then Samsung's latest work on their Exynos 4212 dual-core processor can land on this handset. This is said to be 30% more efficient and faster than what the Galaxy S2 is sporting now. This is also an option that the said handset can welcome with open arms, because it is still capable of making this handset the best Galaxy S to date. Whether it sports a dual-core processor or quad-core processor, this handset will eventually surpass the fame and glory of its predecessor.

When it comes to OS, this handset may land with the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich. We all know that its predecessor is now getting its Ice Cream Sandwich update, so it is only wise for Samsung to release this handset with the latest Android Iteration. This powerful OS may be accompanied by Samsung's TouchWiz overlay. This is no surprise!

There are many other speculations about the successor of the famous Galaxy S2. It is only a matter of weeks until we finally know what's under the hood of the much awaited Samsung Galaxy S3.

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Unboxing Of The iPhone 4S

The iPhone 4S is the best iPhone to date. It is not a mere update of the 4th generation iPhone. It is actually far greater than that. Let us now unbox the iPhone 4S. Read on!

I have to admit it the first time you open up the phone's box, you will notice a big resemblance in design to the iPhone 4. Let's just say that Apple have decided to keep the industrial design and incorporated it on this handset. You will also notice a distinguishing mark on this new handset. This appears like a brace with top mounted incisions. This is also the place where the phone's antenna is hidden. If you turn on this phone, you will then notice that it is way different than its predecessor.

iPhone 4S
This handset does not require a computer for its activation. This is unless you are trying to restore data from an older file backup like iTunes. With this handset, you can easily transfer your files from your computer or set up a new phone via an iCloud account. If you don't have an Apple ID, then you can easily set up an account.

The iCloud can be activated from your phone for storing and wireless pushing contacts, apps, photos, and more from this handset. It will take you a couple of minutes to do it. And because the phone has the same design as its predecessor, you can easily use your old SIM card on this handset.

This handset packs the new A5 dual-core processor. This is the same processor that powers up the iPad 2. Imagine how things are faster with this new processor. You will be able to launch apps quickly and upload web pages like crazy. You will also be able to multi-task on this handset without having the phone slow down on you.

You will also love the addition of Siri on this handset. This is your free virtual assistant. You can talk to Siri as if you are talking to a real person. Siri will also talk back to you and give you with the nearest answer as possible. Siri can type your messages for you or make the phone call for you. This is how amazing this new handset is.

The phone's actual dimensions are 115.2 x 58.6 x 9.3mm and it weighs in at 140 grams only. It is packed with a 3.5" Retina Display with a resolution of 640 x 960 pixels and pixel density of 330ppi. The screen is protected with the tough Corning Gorilla Glass and comes in with Oleophobic coating.
This is the unboxing of the best iPhone to date, this is the iPhone 4S.

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The Samsung Galaxy S3 Is The Most Intuitive Android Smartphone To Date

The wait is finally over! The Samsung Galaxy S3 was officially unveiled moments ago at London's Earl's Court. After months of speculation and rumours, the specs are now confirmed. Samsung's new flagship boasts some of the most innovative smartphone features we have seen, and I will look at a couple of these in this article.

A lot of emphasis is being placed on making the upgraded TouchWiz interface as intuitive as possible. For example, if you are reading a text message and wish to call the person who sent it straight away, simply lift the handset to your ear and the phone will automatically call them without having to press anything on the screen. This process is made possible thanks to the built-in proximity sensor along with an advanced motion sensor.
Samsung Galaxy S3
The all new 'S-Voice' feature offers Samsung's most advanced voice recognition features to date. Just like the Siri feature on the highly popular Apple iPhone 4S, users can command the phone to find information such as weather forecasts or check schedules and even carry out tasks such as sending messages simply by voice activation.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes with a front facing camera as you may expect, however this can carry out more than just self portrait photos, videos and video calls. One of the most impressive features of the handset is that it can follow the movements of your eyes. This will recognise when you are looking at the screen, so the screen will not lock after a preset time as has been the case on previous smartphones. In addition, it will recognise when you are no longer looking at the phone so the screen will lock in order to preserve battery power.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 sports an 8 mega pixel camera, and although many were expecting a 12 mega pixel offering, it sees numerous innovations which immediately puts it among the ranks of the most user friendly cameras out there. Because the handset has a quad-core processor, there is zero shutter lag when you press the capture button. Also, there is the new 'Burst Shot' feature. This will take 8 photographs consecutively and the built in software will then recommend the best one for you to save.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is also the first Smartphone to offer true wireless charging (wireless charger sold separately). Simply place the handset onto the charger and resonance technology charges the phone without the need to plug it into a charger.

Of course there is plenty more to the Samsung Galaxy S3 of them the features outlined above. Look out for my upcoming articles, where I will cover everything you need to know about the biggest Android smartphone release of the year.

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Using Your iPhone As an RFID Reader

Apple began testing iPhone RFID readers in 2009. By 2010, there were several products available for business owners, scientists, farmers and others who wanted to use the technology.

Today, customized applications are available to suit the needs of any business, large or small. The technology was expensive at first, too expensive for the small business owner. As with other technological advancements, the price came down as the technology improved and became more popular.

 iPhone
The advantages of being able to use an iPhone as an RFID reader may be obvious, but they are worth mentioning. You might learn something that you hadn't thought about.

The first advantage is having a multi-purpose device. Instead of paying for multiple devices to do all of the things that you need to do, you may be able to make a single device do it all.

The second advantage is mobility. Hand-held readers have been available for years, but they were quite bulky and expensive. Your phone is something you will purchase anyway and nothing could be more mobile.

A third advantage is readability. The screens on the old handheld devices are small and difficult to read. There are no graphics. Few have backlighting, which means that using the device in low light situations is impossible.

The ability to connect the data read to data stored in your phone, on the Internet or on your PC is another advantage. Most RFID readers are simply that. They read the data stored in the tag. Now, you can have the ability to relate that data to other data.

For example, if you were a scientist following migrating ducks, you would be able to quickly connect the tagged duck to any data you had stored about it. Approximate age, location and date of tagging are examples of data you might have at your fingertips with the customized iPhone RFID applications.

There are many applications available for our "smart" hand held computing devices. The same thing that you used for calling clients in the past can be used to access that client's account. You don't necessarily have to tell the client that you'll call back when you return to the office.

It makes good business sense to take full advantage of the available technology, if only because it saves you time. As all business owners know, time is money. Getting multiple uses out of your iPhone can save you time and money.

To take full advantage of available technology you might want to take a look at the latest RFID blocking technology and Using iPads and iPhones

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Two Excellent New Web Browsers For The HTC One X

A number of mobile handsets running on the Android 4.0 operating system are now becoming available. One of the most impressive devices we have encountered is the HTC One X, a premium model that combines a very high quality screen with some truly awesome processing power. The Android web browser that comes installed on the phone is very good but we want to take a look at some alternative new browsers that are available for this model and other Android 4.0 phones.

HTC One X
One of the very best browsers available for the HTC One X is Dolphin HD 8.0. This new version of the popular service offers an improved interface and also includes some excellent new features such as Sonar voice recognition. There are two main ways you can input data into this enhanced interface. The Sonar voice recognition enables user to perform a number of key functions with their voice. Unlike other models where voice commands are limited to searching for material Sonar allows users to bookmark favourite sites, navigate the browser and share material on social networking services. Obviously voice control is not for everyone and the browser does also include improved gesture controls if you prefer to use you phone in a more traditional manner. These improved controls allow consumers to set up specific actions for their favourite sites which can then be accessed with the simple flick of a finger. Tabbed browsing is fully supported and a number of additional pieces of software can be added to the browser to help user perform certain tasks. These additional items include RSS readers, Twitter and a PDF reader. The Dolphin HD 8.0 browser is available for free from Google Play.

Another excellent alternative browser for the HTC One X is Google Chrome. This platform has proved a major success for home computers and laptops and now the software makes its way to Android devices that run on version 4.0 of the operating system. Google Chrome does lack some of the features that are offered on Dolphin HD such as voice control but for user looking for a more traditional service this may be their best option. Multiple tabs can be opened at the same time and Chrome also offers excellent page compression which enhances the browsing speeds that users can experience. Any web page that takes your fancy can be stored and viewed at a later time, even if you do not have an internet connection available. Google Chrome also features some more complex but very useful features such as allowing web pages to be shared between your mobile device and your desktop PC. Like Dolphin this software is also available for free from Google Play.

Google Chrome and Dolphin HD 8.0 are both excellent browsers for the HTC One X. Dolphin certainly offers more in the way of innovative features but Chrome looks and performs superbly which is thanks to Google enjoying so many years as a leading internet search provider.

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The Sony Xperia U And The Xperia Sola

Sony introduced their new Xperia line handsets during the recent Mobile World Congress 2012 (Barcelona, Spain). After launching their first Sony only branded handset the Sony Xperia S (Xperia line flagship) last February, Sony decided that it is high-time to introduce the rest of the Xperia Gang (P, U, and Sola) to the whole world. However, in this article we will focus on the Sony Xperia U and the Sony Xperia Sola only.

Read on!
As part of Sony's grand plan (designing the Xperia line after the S), the latest Sony handsets are enamored with the famous transparent strip. This alone makes the handset appears as stylish and futuristic looking as the first Sony Xperia handset.

Sony Xperia U
Of the two handsets, the Xperia U is on the petite side (its actual dimensions are 112 x 54 x 12mm). The Xperia Sola is a bit bigger (but slimmer) with its 116 x 59 x 9.9mm dimensions. Surprisingly, the Xperia U weighs more at 110 grams than the Xperia Sola. It weighs in at 107 grams only. Now, not only is that latter slimmer, it is also lighter than the petite Xperia U.

The Xperia U comes in with a 3.5" LED-backlit LCD display screen (with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels), while the Xperia Sola comes in with a 3. 7" Capacitive touch screen (with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels). They both have the same screen resolution, but the Xperia Sola's screen is a bit bigger than its sibling.

The Xperia U's bottom caps are interchangeable while the other one is fixed. You can personalize this handset to your heart's content. Even the phone's screen color can change as well. This is probably the phone's magic weapon. On the other hand, the Xperia Sola boasts the latest Floating Touch technology by Sony. With this, you will be able to navigate the phone's browser without even touching the phone's screen. Sounds cool? It is super cool! But the only drawback is that the said feature is limited to the phone's browser only. Well, Sony made a promise that soon enough they will try to make the said feature work outside the phone's browser.

Sony Xperia Sola
Both of these handsets are packed with a 5MP Shutters with a resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels and they both have an LED flash. They both ship with Android Gingerbread. But Sony promises an upgrade to the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich in the near future.

The Sony Xperia U is now available, while the Sony Xperia Sola is expected to be out on the market by second quarter of this year.

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The Sony Xperia P And Its Sibling The Sony Xperia S

The Sony Xperia P was recently announced during the Mobile World Congress 2012 (Barcelona Spain); on the other hand its sibling the Sony Xperia S came out last February. We all know that the Sony Xperia S is the Xperia flagship and is also the very first "Sony Only" branded handset. This is also the benchmark for recent Xperia handsets announced during the Mobile World Congress. The other Xperia line handsets are the Xperia P, Xperia U, and the Xperia Sola. And boy, they do take after their big brother the Xperia S when it comes to outer appearance. But let us focus on the Xperia P and Xperia S. Read on!

Displays
When it comes to displays, the Xperia P is dwarfed by its sibling. It comes in at 4" only while the other one is packed with a bigger screen at 4.3". But then again, the difference is not that big at all. I mean at.3" you can barely notice the difference if you put the two handsets side by side. When it comes to resolutions, the Xperia P comes in with a 540 x 960 pixels with a pixel density of 275 ppi. Its sibling comes in with a 720 x 1280 pixels with a pixel density of 342 ppi. Again, it is pretty obvious who the winner is when it comes to clarity. But then again, both of them are packed with the famous Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine. So that's makes them a bit equal. But there is another "BUT", this is because the Xperia flagship boasts the Sony WhiteMagic technology.

Sony Xperia P
Cameras
The Xperia P packs an 8MP shutter (with a resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels) while its sibling comes in with a 12MP (with a resolution of 4000 x 3000 pixels) shutter. Both of them are equipped with LED flash. They can also record videos at 1080 pixels and at 30 frames per second (fps). So they are pretty equal when it comes to video recording capabilities. The Xperia P packs a VGA front-facing camera while the other one packs a 1.3MP front-facing camera with 720 pixels and with a rate of 30 frames per second (fps).

Processor And OS
The Xperia P packs a 1GHz dual-core processor while the Xperia S uses a 1.5GHz dual-core processor. It is quite obvious who's equipped with the fastest processor. But then again, the difference is not that high. When it comes to the phone's OS, the Xperia P ships with the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich while its flagship brother ships with Android Gingerbread for its OS. If you look at this angle only, you will say that the newest Xperia handset is far better than its flagship brother. But then again, the Ice Cream Sandwich update is expected to land on this handset soon. So now, they are pretty equal again.

Sony Xperia S
Truly, there is no winner and loser in this comparison game. Both the Sony Xperia P and Sony Xperia S are with merits and demerits. But, both are quite deserving of your attention. They are powerful and stylish. You will also get the first handset with a transparent strip that lights up when there is an incoming message or phone call. With this, you will never miss any message or miss precious calls again (even if its pitch dark).

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Use The Watch App To Enjoy Full Length Movies On Your HTC One X

You can enjoy full length movies on your HTC One X but either renting them or downloading them from the HTC Watch app. This app comes pre-installed on the phone and allows you to browse a large catalogue of titles, which you can then watch on the large, high resolution screen.

HTC One X
To use the app, select it from the all apps menu which is found at the bottom of the screen as part of the new Android 'Ice Cream Sandwich' update. There are four shortcuts at the bottom of the apps interface. The first is the 'Downloaded' section where you can view all the movies which you have already downloaded and are ready to watch. The second option is 'All Videos' where you can again view downloaded movies along with those captured using the 8 megapixel camera. The third option at the bottom of the interface is 'Progress' where you can view the progress of movies which are currently downloading. Finally, there is the 'Video Store' option, which is where you browse through the available titles. To find what you are looking for it could not be simpler. There are several categories through which you can browse titles. There are recommended and featured videos, where you can view popular titles, along with other categories such as top 10 lists, genres and TV shows etc. This makes it easy to find what you are looking for.

When you have found a title you wish to download, you have the option to buy it, whereby you will own a copy of the video which can be permanently stored on your phone or transferred to a computer or other device. You also have the option to rent titles. This is a cheaper option, but the movie will only be stored on your device for a limited time or until you have finished watching it. There is a category called '£0.49 Cheap Laughs' which is a list of comedy titles including such blockbusters as 'The Hangover Part 2' which can be rented for just 49 pence.

There are many film rental and streaming services available these days, so where does the HTC Watch app fit in? I think it is ideal for when you are travelling. If you have a long flight or train journey, simply download the titles you want to watch by either buying or renting them, and they will then be stored on your phone. You can then watch them on your journey using a headset to enjoy quality sound provided by integrated Beats Audio, an impressive attribute of the HTC One X, and immerse yourself in the 4.7 inch HD screen. This is just one example of when this app may be handy, as you have the movie stored ready to go on the phone, with no need for streaming which can incur expensive data charges if you do not have Wi-Fi access.
The HTC One X is the perfect device to take advantage of such services as the HTC Watch app, thanks to its quality screen and great sound quality provided by Beats. Now you can add full length movies to the long list of functions which your smartphone is capable of performing.

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Monday, May 7, 2012

What The BlackBerry Bold 9900 Is Ideal For

If you're browsing for BlackBerry handsets, you must have come across the Bold 9900. With all the handsets in RIM's lineup, you must be wondering what this phone is ideal for. This smartphone is Research In Motion's top of the line handset. It comes with the best features RIM has to offer. Here, you will get to know what the phone is ideal for.

BlackBerry Bold 9900
First of all, the phone comes with a powerful single-core processor. It comes with a 1.2 GHz processor under the hood. This is a more powerful processor compared to the 9360's 800MHz and the 9790's 1 GHz processor. This simply means that the phone offers superior processing power compared to other phones in RIM's lineup. This will be ideal for running apps, music playback, video playback, video streaming, and multi-tasking.

The phone is also ideal for recording high-definition videos. It sports a 5 megapixel camera that can record videos in 720p. Other phones in RIM's lineup such as the 9360 and the 9790 also come with 5 megapixel cameras. However, they can only record videos in VGA-quality. This means that videos recorded on this smartphone will be of higher quality.

When it comes to high-speed internet, the BlackBerry Bold 9900 allows users to enjoy from a faster connection. It offers download speeds of up to 14.4 mbps and upload speeds of up to 5.76 mbps. Other phones in Research In Motion's lineup can only download at 7.2 mbps. This includes the 9360 and the 9790.
RIM's top of the line handset offers a number of options when it comes to navigating through the phone's features. It comes with a 2.45 inch capacitive touch screen that has a resolution of 480 x 360 pixels. Right below the touch screen is a QWERTY keyboard that allows users to type more efficiently. Lastly, the phone comes with an optical track pad in between the touch screen and the QWERTY keyboard. This track pad will allow you to navigate through the phone's features just like you would on a laptop.

Since the phone comes with a QWERTY keyboard, the phone is ideal for chat. Like all phones the BlackBerry Bold 9900 allows users to enjoy chatting on the BBM. This is RIM's mobile instant messaging service. This popular IM will allow you to chat with friends just like you would on your computer.

Lastly, this phone is ideal for running apps downloaded from App World. Its hardware and software allows you to play the best games and run other applications.

As you can see, the BlackBerry Bold 9900 is ideal for a number of tasks. Now that you know all about the phone's capabilities, you can better decide if the phone is right for you.

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