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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Samsung Gear S2 - The Latest Samsung SmartWatch

The gear 2 is a device that nobody proposal would appear... At the least no longer this quickly after the first version. It is whatever of a climbdown for Samsung to relaunch a product so soon, but as an alternative than call it embarrassing i'd a lot as an alternative applaud Samsung for the feat.

Admittedly those that purchased the primary, costly, model is not going to be joyful there is a new one out already - but alternatively, it's an awfully nascent market and there will not be too many customers out there.

The gear 2 has a enormous exchange or two compared to the normal: first of all, it's now jogging Samsung's jointly-developed Tizen OS as a substitute than Android, and it can be moved the digital camera into the physique of the watch, alternatively than forcing it onto the strap.

The overall seem is far-sophisticated and there is a bevy of recent science to make this valued at a seem when you pushed aside the primary apparatus.

Samsung Gear 2 Overview

this means that you may now change straps for your Galaxy equipment, which is likely one of the essential disadvantages we noted within the long-established. It's also now imbued with an infra-crimson blaster, meaning you can manage your television and set high box from the alleviation of your own wrist.

You're going to desire a compatible Samsung gadget with the intention to use the apparatus 2, of which there are presently 18, together with the new Galaxy S5.

At the same time it is managed to convey in some key specs and beef up the design quite, the gear 2 remains to be a alternatively expensive smartwatch, coming in at £250 ($295, AU$350). That is virtually the rate the customary emerged at, and it suffered due to that cost tag.

The rationale is inconspicuous: while the gear 2 is a cool factor to have (Samsung would not want it being known as an adjunct, instead a standalone gadget) it nonetheless struggles to have an actual use case, which is why losing that so much money is usually a hard promote to patrons still getting to grips with spending a lot on a smartphone.

To alleviate that purpose for purchase, Samsung has decided to add in some health ability with the apparatus 2 in the form of a sophisticated pedometer and a coronary heart expense reveal, as good as endeavor tracking so which you could run, stroll, hike or cycle.

The battery lifestyles is improved vastly, the gear 2 can splash round in water and dust due to being IP67 rated and comes in a variety of nicer colours (rose gold and silver) and is frequently a significantly better device - but is it worth the nonetheless-high fee tag Samsung is commanding, in particular when the equipment 2 Neo (the same smartwatch produced from inferior materials and losing the digicam) is a lot more cost effective?


The design of the gear 2 is very similar to the primary iteration of Samsung's smartwatches, however nonetheless manages to come with its possess sense of exact style.

It can be rough to give an explanation for, however the fact the strap is now a separate piece to the principal physique of the watch has forced Samsung to refine the design of things like the digicam and the house button.

Samsung Equipment 2 Review

Correctly, the latter phase is ordinarily one of the first-rate bits of the reshaped equipment 2, with the dwelling button now on the entrance of the mobile phone as a substitute than being a small plastic protrusion on the side of the watch.

That is essential should you've got even a modicum of arm hair, as tapping the button would mostly result in pulling out just a few stray follicles, meaning you're left with a Pavlovian hate of making use of your high priced new watch.

With the metallic button on the front, with a best quantity of travel, the expertise is the same as far as the UI goes (lengthy press to show off or activate out of doors mode) and you could assign many options to the double tap action.

Samsung Apparatus 2 Assessment

This implies it is handy to access elements like notifications with the gear 2 in sleep mode, and is a swift motion too.

The equipment 2 isn't a small device, coming in at 36.9 x 58.4x 10.Zero mm, nevertheless it does not believe cumbersome on the wrist. It's overt, that's for certain, and those who select a smaller and daintier timepiece is not going to believe like it is a nice fashion accessory, but when you're looking to get your palms on a smartwatch it is now not over the top.

Samsung Gear 2 Evaluation

The Sony Smartwatch 2 and the Pebble steel are each better gadgets in terms of size, however Samsung's mixture of business design and more refined elements (like the digicam and IR blaster integration) still brings an detail of premium nice to court cases.

The display, a 1.Sixty three-inch OLED affair, is first-class too. It's now not best if you are looking to do some thing with high res portraits, corresponding to portraits or equivalent, nevertheless it's great for any snaps you have got taken utilising the gear 2.

The contrast ratio of the OLED monitor approach if you are doing some thing like timing your meals, testing how many steps you've taken or simply flicking by means of music, appears fairly best and is a nice expertise on whatever you might have spent a lot money on.

Design-wise i'm an actual fan of what Samsung has accomplished with the apparatus 2 - it is tough to fault the commercial design that won plaudits in its last new release from jewellers. The screw holes would have disappeared, which is some thing of a shame given than added to its premium industrial design, but it surely's still acquired an awfully smooth seem to it.

Being ready to vary the straps will likely be a real boon to a few users, however I particularly just like the straps that healthy. I'm not a tremendous fan of the Rose Gold color that I had on scan, however it nonetheless drew some admiring glances from others.

Saturday, July 18, 2015

Redmi Note 4G with Qualcomm Snapdragon only in Rs. 7,999

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4GXiaomi Redmi Note 4GXiaomiAvailableYesAvg Current Market Price:Rs. 7999 
Last Updated On: 
Place : Chennai Delhi Kolkata Mumbai
$222.2Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G is a Smart Phone Powered by Android 4.4(KitKat) optimized with MIUI version 5 and 13MP back-illuminated camera,

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G Specifications

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Technology / Frequency BandsGSM : 850/900/1800/1900 MHz LTE : 2300 MHz


TypeLi - Po
Capacity3100 mAh


Dimensions154x78.7x9.45 mm
Weight185 g
Form Factorbar


Size1280x720 pixels
Typecolor : TFT
Colors16000000 colors
Secondary Displayno

Camera / Imaging / Video

CameraYes 13 MP
Resolution4208x3120 pixels
Secondary Camerayes

Secondary Camera





Internet BrowsingYes , Android Webkit


Audio PlaybackYes
Video PlaybackYes
RingtonesMP3 and Polyphonic
FM RadioYes
3.5mm Headphone Jackyes


Inbuilt8 GB
Memory SlotYes microSD/TransFlash




Operating SystemAndroid 4.4

Friday, January 16, 2015

Miсrоmаx launches thе осtа-соrе Canvas Nitrо ѕmаrtрhоnе in India at Rs 12,990

 Miсrоmаx hаѕ lаunсhеd itѕ nеw ѕmаrtрhоnе - the Cаnvаѕ Nitro - in India аt Rѕ 12,990. Thе Miсrоmаx Cаnvаѕ Nitro, to bе available exclusively оn еCоmmеrсе ѕitе Snарdеаl, is роwеrеd by a 1.7 GHz Tru Octa Cоrе рrосеѕѕоr аnd Andrоid KitKаt operating ѕуѕtеm.

Thе hаndѕеt fеаturеѕ 5-inсh HD IPS diѕрlау, lеаthеr finiѕh back, 2GB RAM, 13MP rеаr and 5MP frоnt camera, 8GB memory (еxраndаblе uр tо 32GB) and 2500 mAh.

With grоwing consumer рrеfеrеnсе tо ѕhор оnlinе, dоmеѕtiс hаndѕеt mаkеr Micromax еxресtѕ 25 реr cent оf its ѕmаrtрhоnеѕ sales to come from еCоmmеrсе рlаtfоrmѕ оvеr thе nеxt two years.
Miсrоmаx lаunсhеѕ thе осtа-соrе Canvas Nitrо ѕmаrtрhоnе in Indiа аt Rѕ 12,990

Thе Micromax Canvas Nitrо fеаturеѕ a 5-inch HD IPS diѕрlау, 2GB RAM, and a 13 mеgарixеl rеаr саmеrа.
#miсrоmаx #саnvаѕ nitro #аndrоid #ѕmаrtрhоnеѕ

Thе company, whiсh has partnered eCommerce mаjоr Snapdeal for lаunсhing itѕ latest hаndѕеt - Cаnvаѕ Nitrо, сurrеntlу gеtѕ about 10 per cent оf its ѕаlеѕ frоm оnlinе рurсhаѕеѕ.

"Onlinе is small but iѕ dеfinitеlу grоwing. Abоut 10 реr cent оf our sales аrе coming from thаt. Ovеr thе nеxt twо уеаrѕ, 25 реr cent of at lеаѕt thе smartphone ѕаlеѕ wоuld соmе frоm оnlinе," Miсrоmаx Chiеf Exесutivе Offiсеr Vinееt Taneja said.

Hе аddеd thаt the company would соntinuе with itѕ mix оf оnlinе and оfflinе ѕаlеѕ.

"We аrе еxсitеd to be раrtnеring with Miсrоmаx tо launch thеir lаtеѕt product - the Canvas Nitrо. Thе nеw рrоduсt has most superior technology аnd wе are sure that thiѕ will bе wеll-rесеivеd by оur 25 milliоn members," Snарdеаl Senior Viсе President - Electronics & Hоmе Tоnу Navin ѕаid.

At Snарdеаl, mоbilе аnd tаblеtѕ аrе оnе оf thе fastest grоwing саtеgоriеѕ аnd thiѕ partnership is a strategic decision to аdd tо thе online mаrkеtрlасе'ѕ оffеringѕ, hе аddеd.

Micromax, whiсh is thе соuntrу'ѕ second largest hаndѕеt mаkеr, аlѕо рlаnѕ tо bring in twо mоrе ѕmаrtрhоnеѕ араrt frоm feature phones аhеаd of the fеѕtivе ѕеаѕоn.

"Apart from the Andrоid One рhоnе, wе will hаvе оnе mоrе smartphone аnd some feature phones, аѕ thеrе is still a market fоr thеm. By еаrlу nеxt уеаr, wе ѕhоuld have a 4G hаndѕеt аѕ wеll," hе ѕаid.

Currеntlу, 60 реr cent оf Miсrоmаx'ѕ sales vоlumеѕ соmеѕ frоm feature phones, whilе thе rеmаining iѕ ѕmаrtрhоnеѕ.

Aѕ a lаrgе сhunk оf Indiаn uѕеrѕ are migrаting tо affordable ѕmаrtеr devices frоm feature рhоnеѕ, Indiаn ѕmаrtрhоnе mаrkеt grew 84 per cent уеаr-оn-уеаr tо 18.42 milliоn unitѕ frоm 10.02 milliоn unitѕ (in April-June 2013 ԛuаrtеr), ассоrding tо rеѕеаrсh firm IDC.

Korean hаndѕеt mаkеr Sаmѕung ѕtill соntinuеѕ tо lеаd the smartphone mаrkеt with 29 per сеnt ѕhаrе, fоllоwеd by Miсrоmаx 18 реr сеnt, Kаrbоnn 8 реr сеnt аnd Lаvа 6 реr сеnt.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Upcoming Samsung Phones 2014: The Fastest Samsung Handset On The Planet

For the past couple of weeks, we have seen one of the upcoming Samsung phones for 2014, and it certainly looks like the Korean tech giant wants to directly aim at the upcoming 4.7-inch version of the iPhone 6. 
According to several leaked images and reports, the Galaxy Alpha, Samsung's answer to the smaller iPhone 6, will be the manufacturer's first smartphone to actualy get a metal frame. 

While it is not the news we wanted - we certainly would have wanted a metal case from front to back - it is still considered a huge leap for Samsung who have always settled for polycarbonate plastic in its flagships.
The interesting thing to point out here is that aside from the rumored chipset, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha is actually a high midranger. 

The upcoming Android smartphone gets a 4.7-inch display with only HD (1280 x 720) resolution, compared to the QHD (2560 x 1440) display of the Galaxy S5 LTE-A for Korea, and the Galaxy Note 4. 
Other  specs of the Galaxy Alpha include a 12 or 13MP primary camera, possibly with OIS, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of built-in memory without microSD card expansion, eerily similar to that of the iPhone. 
However, what most reports and consumers are waiting for is the Exynos chip that will come with the device. There are some rumors which claim that the Samsung Galaxy Alpha would get the company's latest Exynos 5433 chipset, which in a previous benchmark trumped the latest Qualcomm chip, none other than the Snapdragon 805. 
If the Exynos chip outperformed the Snapdragon 805 in a smartphone that has a QHD display, then theorethically, it should be leaps and bounds faster in just an HD screen. 
Is Samsung finally launching a no-compromise handset just to match Apple's iPhone 6? That's still uncertain right now, though if the rumors do pan out to be true, then we could see one of the closest mactchups between Apple and Samsung in recent years.

Top 5 Most-Popular Android Smartphones of 2014

Wow, we had a busy winter and early spring, at least in terms of new Android phones. This year kicked off with CES 2014 in January, and was followed quickly by Mobile World Congress 2014 in February where we had our first look at the Galaxy S5. Then, in late March, we were introduced to the HTC One (M8). Smartphone makers certainly aren’t sitting still — who could expect them to? — and that means the market is ripe with some new devices.

So, of course, we’re here to bring you our latest quarterly listing of the top 5 Android phones on the market. As usual, these are not in any specific order. Yes, we think the One (M8) is the best Android phone on the market right now, but we know tastes differ among consumers. Let’s get started.

1. LG G3


The LG G3 can be easily termed as the most powerful Android phone in the market today (July 2014).
The device is the latest entrant into the market with LG having launched the phone in June.

It arrived into the UAE market this month (July).

Display-wise it has a 5.5 inch screen and a 2,560 x 1,440 (Quad HD) resolution and is powered by a quad-core (Qualcomm Snapdragon 801) Krait 400 processor.

Another significant feature of the LG G3 is its 13 MP camera that comes with a laser autofocus for taking much faster pictures.

While the 16GB device comes with a 2GB RAM the 32 GB model has a 3GB RAM.

The expandable memory slot can take an SD card with upto 128GB memory. A 16 GB model of LG G3 can be currently purchased in the UAE for Dh2,199.

2. HTC One M8

The phone stands out in terms of design and specs with its metallic finish and an equally powerful processor.

Like last year`s HTC One M7, the latest edition retains the design elements with a metallic uni-body finish that flows right up to the slightly bigger 5-inch, full HD (1080p) display.

With a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, and a 2GB RAM, the device is definitely faster compared to the previous edition.

The ultrapixel dual camera in the smartphone - the first of its kind in a mobile device is actually a 4MP camera that uses larger sensors for low light conditions.

HTC initially launched the device in three colours – Grey, Silver and Gold. It later introduced additional versions adding a red variant and a Harmon Kardon edition.

The device can be purchased today in the UAE at Dh2,199.

3. Samsung Galaxy S5

The device holds the distinction of possibly being the number one selling Android smartphone so far this year. Samsung unveiled the device at Berlin in February with some new features - water and dust resistant, additional sensors to measure heart rate, a pedometer to track and measure the walking distance, calories, speed, duration, and so on.

Samsung received a lot of flak for persisting with the same design as that on the Galaxy S4.

The hardware however is powerful enough with a 2.5 GHz quad core krait 400 processor and Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset and a 2GB RAM.

The S5, however, comes with a 2800mAh removable battery. The device is currently available here in the UAE for Dh2,099.

4. Sony Xperia Z2

Sony’s latest device is a power horse. The Xperia Z2 was also announced at the MWC but Sony failed to roll it out into retail stores for several months.

It only arrived here at the local and regional markets last month in June. The most impressive feature of the phone is its camera – thanks to its 20.7 MP sensor and is capable of recording 4K videos.

The device incorporates the latest Sony TV display technologies.

In terms of design, the phone looks similar to its predecessor. The phone comes with a one-piece aluminum frame with glass panels all around. Sony has however increased the display size of the Z2 to 5.2” offering high-resolution Full HD Triluminos Display with X-Reality and a 1920 x 1080 progressive scan at 423 pixels per inch.

In terms of hardware the phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.3GHz quad-core processor, 3GB RAM and also a large 3200 mAh battery.

The device can be currently purchased in the UAE for Dh2,199.

5. Lenovo Vibe Z

One of the first devices to be launched in the regional market this year Lenovo Vibe Z is the company’s first smartphone that is LTE-enabled.

The design of the phone looks wanting for improvement with a  polycarbonate plastic body and weighs just 147 grams.

The phone has a 5.5 inch screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Quad-core 2.2GHz processor, 2GB RAM and up to 16GB of internal storage, apart from a 13MP rear and 5Mp front camera.

The device can be currently purchased for Dh1,499.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Micromax Canvas Fire (A104) With Quad-Qore And Android 4.4 KitKat Launched at Rs. 6,999 Only

eMicromax has launched a new budget Android 4.4 KitKat-based Canvas smartphone, the Canvas Fire (A104), at Rs. 6,999. The smartphone is listed on the company's site, with the tagline 'Can Amplify Sound'.
Notably, the domestic handset maker had listed another smartphone with the same name, but a different model number dubbed Canvas Fire (A093) on the company's India site earlier this month, which also went on sale at Rs. 6,999 via an e-commerce website.
The Micromax Canvas Fire (A104) is a dual-SIM device (regular SIM + Micro-SIM) that runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat out-of-the-box. The latest smartphone joins the other KitKat-based Micromax phones - Micromax Bolt A069, Micromax Canvas Entice, Micromax Canvas Fire (A093), Micromax Canvas Engage, Micromax Unite 2 and Micromax Canvas Gold.

The Canvas Fire (A104) features a 4.5-inch (480x854 pixel) display. It is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek (MT6582M) processor alongside 1GB of RAM.It sports a 5-megapixel autofocus rear camera with LED flash, while it also houses a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera. The smartphone includes 4GB of inbuilt storage which is further expandable via microSD card (up to 32GB).
The smartphone is available in three colour variants - Black and Gold; White and Gold, and White and Silver. The company is also touting the dual front speakers of the Canvas Fire (A104) on Facebook.
The Micromax Canvas Fire (A104) packs a 1900mAh battery which is rated to deliver up to 6 hours of talk time and up to 180 hours of standby time. The smartphone comes with GPRS/ EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and Micro-USB connectivity options.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Micromax Canvas Knight A350 With 2GHz Tru Octa Core Processor

First things first. This is a phone from Micromax, but it does not look like a phone from Micromax. In fact, it looks like a phone from a well-heeled international brand, the sort that Micromax wants to become in the near future. This is the Micromax Canvas Knight, the phone that will take over the flagship mantle for the company from today.
Quick Tech Specs: 5-inch IPS display (1920×1080 pixels, 443 ppi) | 2GHz Tru Octa core MediaTek MT MT 6592 processor | 2GB RAM | 32 GB storage + no microSD slot | 16MP rear camera, 8MP front camera, 1080p Full HD video | 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 | 2350mAh battery | Android 4.2 JellyBean
Price: Rs 19,999.
Design: As I said this phone does not look like a Indian phone. In fact, it has the cuts and sides of the Apple iPhone 5s and even reminded me a bit of the Lava Iris Pro 30, which also had a similar design language. The unibody design is reinforced by what seems, and feels, like a graphite frame. There are mico-SIM slots on both sides that can be accessed by a pin. And, no there is no space for a SD card. Another thing that sets this phone apart is the power key, that is now placed along with the volume keys on the right. This take a bit of getting used to.
The camera, the 16 MP sensor that it houses, results in a significant bump on the rear and there is an extra rear cover to sort of protect it. This feature is a bit like the one on the Nokia Lumia 502 and it becoming common in slim phones with large cameras. The phone is very light and easy to handle despite the large screen.
Screen & Audio: The Full HD IPS panel is one of the best features of this phone. To start with, there is hardly any light bleed on the sides. The phone can be bright enough to be legible in bright sunlight. The audio quality is good, but not great. The overall experience, however, is quite good.
Performance: This is a Tru Octa core phone. So performance should not be, and is not, and issue at all. In fact, the Antutu benchmark scored it in the top draw and exclaimed ‘amazing’. Yes, that doesn’t mean much for an average used. What matter for him is the fact that there is no lag anywhere and that multi-tasking is a breeze. We tried multi-tabbed browsing on Chrome and the experience was superb. 

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Karbonn to launch Dual OS - Android-With-Windows Smartphones

Homegrown mobile phone-maker Karbonn Mobiles is all set to launch dual-OS (operating system) devices, which will support both Android and Windows, by June.
The company has just signed the licence agreement with Microsoft to make Windows-based phones and will put this along with its existing Android system to bring out the dual-OS phones in about six months, the company's chairman Sudhir Hasija said.
This comes soon after Nokia moved out of its Windows-only strategy to launch low-cost smartphones that run on the Android operating system.
"Microsoft has eased the regulations and is opening up its platform for other players. We signed the agreement two days ago and will launch a range of Windows phones in about three months," Hasija said. The dual-OS phones will be out by June, and will target office-going professionals and 'techies', he said. The company is yet to zero in on the price range.

Karbonn, which at present sources all their products from Taiwan and Korea, is actively working on setting up a manufacturing unit in India, with a capacity to make one million phones a month. While local manufacturing will not give any cost benefits, it will help with faster turnaround of new launches in the market, Hasija said. The company is considering Tamil Nadu to set up its factory since the state has access to ports and a precedent in the supply chain for mobile phone manufacturing with the Nokia factory.

New launches apart, the company will also focus on driving up sales using apps that promote augmented reality. On Friday, Karbonn launched a range of mobile and tablet apps that use augmented reality to bring out features and games related to characters from the movie Kochadaiiyaan with Rajinikanth in the lead role.

The company will also soon start making interactive hoardings and newspaper-advertisements where the characters in the hoarding/newspaper will come alive in 3D through the app on the phone. 

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Motorola Moto X- Best Price in India 2014

Google and Motorola have officially unveiled the Moto X, the company's newest flagship smartphone. The Moto X is the first smartphone designed under the auspices of both Google and Motorola.
Available Motorola Moto X Price in India (2014, March 2nd): Rs. 36499.
The Moto X sports a 4.7-inch 720p screen and has a dual-core processor, a quad-core GPU and 2GB of system RAM. It includes support for the 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and it supports Miracast (wireless HDMI) and NFC.
It has a 2-megapixel front-facing camera and a 10-megapixel rear camera. The rear camera uses Clear Pixel technology, which is supposed to capture 75% more light than a traditional RGB sensor. Motorola says that means it can take photos twice as fast in bright light, which means less motion blur.
The phone also has a specially designed custom battery that promises 31% additional capacity, while keeping the shape of the phone comfortable to hold.
The phone has Corning Gorilla Glass for the screen and the internals are have a water-repellent coating, which should make the phone safe to use in the rain.

Motorola Moto X detailed specifications

Release date August 2013
Form factor Bar
Dimensions (mm) 129.30 x 65.30 x 10.40
Weight (g) 130.00
Battery capacity (mAh) 2200
Removable battery No
SAR value NA
Screen size (inches) 4.70
Touchscreen Yes
Touchscreen type Capacitive
Resolution 720x1280 pixels
Processor 1.7GHz  dual-core
Processor make Qualcomm MSM8960Pro Snapdragon
Internal storage 16GB
Rear camera 10-megapixel
Flash Yes
Front camera 2-megapixel
Operating System Android 4.2
Java support No
Browser supports Flash No
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported NA
Bluetooth Yes, v 4.00
Infrared No
Wi-Fi Direct No
MHL Out No
Headphones 3.5mm
Charging via Micro-USB Yes
Proprietary charging connector No
Proprietary data connector No
Number of SIMs 1
SIM Type Nano-SIM
2G frequencies supported GSM 1900
3G Yes
3G frequencies supported NA
Compass/ Magnetometer Yes
Proximity sensor Yes
Accelerometer Yes
Ambient light sensor No
Gyroscope Yes
Barometer Yes
Temperature sensor No