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Now it's time to get a sneak peek at yet to be announced HTC One X9 smartphone based on Android. Thanks to China's TEENA, we are able to get some concrete information related to the rumoured phone. The telecommunication agency has taken a step further by revealing specs of the gadget along with detailed images.


According to the images posted by TEENA the phone looks a lot similar to what the images leaked earlier this week depicted. It seems the device will be sporting BoomSound speaker and retaining the flatter back side. Interesting thing is that the company will be moving the criticized front-branding to the top of the phone.


Revealed specs suggest that the device will boast a Full HD 5.5 inch display, a 2.2GHZ Quad core Soc (brand is not yet known), 2 GB RAM and 16 GB storage, 13 MP snapper in the back along with 5 MP counterpart in the front and support for microSD. The dimension is reported to be 153.2mm X 75.9mm, 7.99mm thick, and the weight will be around 174 grams. These pictures will serve to strengthen the growing discourse that HTC has "copied" other smartphones like Huawei Nexus 6P or the Lenovo PHAB Plus.

 

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Samsung is taking secrecy very seriously this time around as they had taken the time to officially alert all its employees and supply chain partners against leaking any confidential info about the upcoming Galaxy S8 in particular. However, it doesn't seem to be working too well as someone working for one of Samsung's supply chain partners has leaked some information about the S8, almost as if in response to the warning/request.


According to the report, the Galaxy S8 will inherit the iris scanner from the Note 7, while also being endowed with a dual-lens camera setup at its back. To be frank, this isn't really much of news as we had reported this quite a while ago. Nevertheless, the new leak obviously strengthens those rumors even further. Other expected new features of the S8 include a Full Screen display without the physical Home button, a 10nm chip and 6GB of RAM. In spite of Samsung trying to keep the lid on tight, we are pretty sure more rumors and leaks will begin to pop up as the calendar continues to move towards February, 2017.


Saikat Kar (the-enthusiast)



The kitchen tablet market is growing with the already popular Sony Tablet Z Kitchen edition and Alcatel's OneTouch Xess. The newest to enter the market is the Samsung Galaxy View. At first, it was only rumors, but the 18.4 inch tablet is now listed at Adorama for pre-order.

 

The listing includes all the key specs, such as:
  • 120ppi FullHD resolution display
  • Exynos 7580 SoC processor aka Carmen2 (which clocked up to 1.6 GHz)
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 32 GB storage
  • Upgradeable storage by microSD up to 128 GB
  • 2.1 MP front-facing camera with video recording capability


 

Obviously, connectivity is key for quickly finding recipes and the Galaxy View has you covered. The listing shows support for Cat.6 LTE and quad-band 3G. WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac are all supported. There's also Bluetooth v4.1.

 


Just in case you need an extra large GPS, there's GPS with GLONASS and A-GPS included. Samsung states the 5,700mAh battery should allow for 8.5 hours of video viewing. 
No details on when the actual release date will be, but the pre-order price is set at $599.

 

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Samsung recently released the details of their CES 2016. Keynote would be held on the 7th of January and the press conference is scheduled for January 5th.



There have been speculations that Samsung may announce their new Galaxy S7 smartphone in January. But contrary to all the speculations there won't be any S7 show-case in CES.


The Korean tech giant will once again start its CES with a press conference, revealing its latest offerings in TV, home appliances and smartphones on January 5.


For all the latest updates, media resources and content related to Samsung at CES 2016, you will soon be able to check out Newsroom's special page. Samsung's CES-related information can also be accessed on social media by using the hashtag #SAMSUNGxCES2016.


Samsung has already attained a significant level of optimization with the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+, and it would be interesting to see TouchWiz become even more efficient in the coming future (Samsung might also have plans to fix the prolonged multitasking issues present in the high end devices). The report also says that the microSD slot will come back with the Galaxy S7, but right now all we can do is wait for the device.


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Although Samsung disappointed many fans throughout the world when they launched the Galaxy Note 7 with almost the same specs as that of the S7 Edge, there is no denying that it still had a few unique tricks up its metaphorical sleeve. The iris scanner is the most fascinating and unique feature of the Galaxy Note 7 and now that we have had a closer look at it, let us brief you about it.


The biometric security system can be used with supported functionalities like KNOX and Samsung Pay. It can record and recognize unique patterns from both eyes of the user or just one, depending upon your preference. It should be noted that iris scanning is one of the highest levels of security that technology can provide to us right now and the Note 7 brings that to us with the help of its specialized and dedicated camera lens in front of the device. Before details of the iris are stored in encrypted code form, the specialized lens utilizes an infrared sensor to scan the data in from the user's eyes.



The IEC 62471 certified iris scanner is apparently safe to use and auto shuts itself if the eyes are closer to the sensors than they should be. The scanning and subsequent unlocking is fast and remains unaffected by the lighting conditions around the person, according to Samsung. More detailed reports will come in soon after it's officially released on August 19. In the meanwhile check this YouTube video by Samsung Newsroom out.



Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


galaxy tab 5

 

The Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 5 has been leaked on a Chinese website, This means the line-up is coming very soon from the Korean giant.

 

According to the enclosed specifications, the pair of devices will come equipped with an 8.0-inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. Both will also feature quad-core CPUs, clocked at 1.2 GHz, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage.

 

Galaxy Tab 5

 

In terms of dimensions, the Tab 5 will be thinner than the previous Galaxy Tab 4, but perhaps, a little shorter and wider. The certification pages for both models seem to show little difference between then, so at this point, we can't really be sure what their main distinction will be. The SM-P355C is listed as being a little heavier and only with white color as an option, although its picture clearly shows a different pallet.

 

Galaxy TAb 5

 

The camera setup on the P variant is also described in more detail. The tablet should come with a 5MP main shooter and a 2MP front one. Judging from the photos, the SM-T355C will also come with two cameras, most probably the same. Undoubtedly, both models will run Android Lollipop out of the box and if rumors are to be belied, will also come with a stylus, better known as S Pen, just like Samsung's Note series. It will, allegedly, reside in a slot neat the upper right corner of the Galaxy Tab 5.

 

Samsung Galaxy Tab 5 SM-T355C Specifications :
- Available in White and Black Colour
- Operating Frequency :- 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz , 3G: WCDMA 900/2100 MHz, 4G LTE Band 38, Band 39, Band 40, Band 41 (2555-2575 MHZ, 2575-2635 MHZ, 2635-2655 MHZ), Band 1, Band 3,1.9GHz, I , Ⅱ, Ⅴ, Ⅷ
- Dimensions : 208.4 × 137.9 × 7.4 mm
- Weight : 338 Grams
- 8.0-inch AMOLED capacitive touch-screen display, resolution of 1024 × 768 pixles
- 1.2 GHz Quad-Core processor
- Android v5.0.2 Lollipop OS with TouchWiz UI
- 5 MP Autofocus Rear camera without Flash
- 2 MP Front Camera
- 2 GB DDR3 RAM
- 16/32/64 GB Internal Memory, Expandable Up To 128 GB
- Li-Ion battery
- CAT9 4G LTE, 3G, GPRS/ EDGE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Micro-USB, and Bluetooth v4.0 with A2DP, Wi-Fi Direct, GPS with A-GPS
- Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass

 



The Galaxy Note 8 is due to be launched on August 23 in South Korea and we are already receiving reports regarding the Galaxy S9's display. Not that we have a very revealing leak for you today, but it is still quite an interesting bit of information that comes to us via ETNews.

 

Apparently, the display on the S9 will consist of Y-OCTA panels; a kind of display technology that makes using additional parts for touch detection unnecessary, because these panels have in-built touch modules. While that sounds quite amazing, what does it mean in the real world? Well it means that Samsung smartphones should cost less to manufacture in 2018 as compared to now. This would of course be a result of the fact that Samsung will become less dependent on the other suppliers to supply them with certain parts for their smartphone's displays.

 

The only device in Samsung's present arsenal which currently uses Y-OCTA panels is the regular Galaxy S8 and not even the Galaxy S8+. This was of course, not a willing decision but a forced one because they simply did not have enough supplies. Let's hope that Samsung will be able to overcome supply problems by the time the Galaxy S9 is released and that is reflected in their final pricing of the product.

 

Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



It has hardly been a few weeks since the Galaxy Note 8 was released to the public last month and we already have a number of leaks on our hands that seem to be pointing at some interesting details about the Galaxy S9. While it is still too early to be judging them for reliability, leaks do have a tendency to be notoriously correct these days, even the earlier ones. Whatever the situation may be, we have listed the details rumored so far in points below for you to enjoy.


·        There will be two version of the S9 as always (S9 and S9+) with curved panels


·        Model numbers on the two versions will be SM-G960 (S9) and SM-G965 (S9+)


·        Initial firmware versions will be G960FXXU0AQI5 for the S9 and G965FXXU0AQI5 for the S9+


·        They might be launching the two devices in February at the MWC 2018


·        Both devices will have a dual camera setup similar to the ones seen on the Note 8 smartphones


·        A Foldable smartphone hailed so far only as Galaxy X might also be launched alongside the two in Korea


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



A few interesting details about the upcoming Galaxy S10 and the Note 9 has recently been revealed and although there's no way to be 100% sure whether these are rumors or facts, they are quite exciting nonetheless.


Bigger Battery


The Galaxy S and Note line-ups are not exactly famous for their battery life and that fact was painfully obvious with the Galaxy Note 8 last year which sported just a 3,300mAh battery, in spite of sporting a huge display. That is probably going to change this year though as a report from famous leakster Ice Universe suggests that the Note 9 might sport a 4,000mAh battery and we really hope that this one's true. Accommodating the bigger battery would be possible because Samsung will apparently shift its camera positions to make room for it.


No More Earphones


One of the biggest issues with removing the bezels of a smartphone completely is the fact that you have to make room for the earphone up top. Of course, the notch is the new iPhone-led path to follow for smartphones, as made evident by almost every Android smartphone manufacturer adopting the technology this year. However, Samsung could be looking to solve this problem in a different way by removing the earphone altogether! Apparently, the Galaxy S10 will let the user hear the person on the other side via the display itself, through bone conduction technology. Whether this will work better than it did on the Xiaomi Mi Mix or not, remains to be seen.


Saikat Kar


play store material

 

Google has just Updated its Play Store App to v5.2.12 with many under-the-hood features.

 

google play


As always, Google is improving the look and feel of the play store app, one of these is the updated and redesigned of the "Details view page". In this release also, Google added support for Enterprise Apps that are locally hosted my a company's VPN and not scanned or hosted on Google's servers.

 

google play 5.2

 

Google Play v5.2 has an updated "People" page that lists you and your circle's contacts, showing you what apps your friends are using and rating.

 

play

 

What's New in Google Play 5.2.12 :

- New Details Page
- Self-hosted Enterprise Apps 
- Tweaks to the left Navigation menu
- Minor UI changes

 

To get the google Play Store App v5.2.12, you can Download the Official APK from the direct link Below. This APK has not been modified by any means and it's 100% safe to install. Enjoy!

 

Google Play store

Google Play 5.2.12 [APK]

 


play store material

 

Google has just Updated its Play Store App to v5.2.13 with many under-the-hood features.

 

google play


As always, Google is improving the look and feel of the play store app, one of these is the updated and redesigned of the "Details view page". In this release also, Google added support for Enterprise Apps that are locally hosted my a company's VPN and not scanned or hosted on Google's servers.

 

google play 5.2

 

Google Play v5.2.13 has also an updated "People" page that lists you and your circle's contacts, showing you what apps your friends are using and rating.

 

play

 

What's New in Google Play 5.2.13 :

- New Details Page

- Self-hosted Enterprise Apps 

- Tweaks to the left Navigation menu

- Minor UI changes

 

To get the google Play Store App v5.2.13, you can Download the Official APK from the direct link Below. This APK has not been modified by any means and it's 100% safe to install. Enjoy!

 

Google Play store

Google Play 5.2.13 [APK]

 


Snapdragon 818

 

You might know about Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 which is included on all new flagships this year, you even might be running it now. Today, we got some leaked details about the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 818 high-end SoC that will also offer a 10-cores processor, new and powerful Adreno 532 GPU, and LTE Cat.10 connectivity.

 

Snapdragon 818 is rumored to pack a 10-core processor with 4x Cortex-A53 cores at 1.2GHz, 2x Cortex cores clocked at 1.6GHz and 4x Cortex-A72 ticking at 2.0GHz. The Cortex-A72 core is supposedly the most powerful processor in mass production right now. In addition the Snapdragon 818 chip will also come with a new Adreno 532 GPU, LPDDR4 RAM and LTE Cat.10 connectivity.

 

SD 818

 

Snapdragon 818 is rumored to be manufactured at 20nm process. We expected to see devices running the SD 818 by the end of 2015.

 

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Nexus 6


Motorola-made Google Nexus 6 has been spotted in public, yes, we got the first alleged photo of the Nexus 6. Well, these photos is not yet confirmed... It may be the Nexus 6 or NOT. The device looks big (5.9" screen rumored) and it's running Android L (check ourt the software keys).

 

Nexus 6

 

The phone is obviously in a snap-on case of some sort, so we don't have a look at the complete edge, but what we can see aligns with our previous posts the power and volume buttons are positioned more toward the middle of the device, a center-aligned headphone jack, and Android L with new solid status bar icons and smaller, more spaced-out navigation buttons that we've seen a couple of times now. There is one more icon in the status bar, though. We aren't sure if this is a notification from some third party app, or if it has to do with something Googley installed on the device, but it's there.

 

 

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lg g4

 

LG's latest flagship smartphone, the LG G4, has been official for a couple of days now, and crowds have been raving about its design and features. In its latest infographic the company has focused on the more quantifiable aspects of its latest offspring and has presented us the LG G4 by the numbers.

 

We know already that LG is very proud of its camera and the infographic puts a strong emphasis on its features. The quick power up time, extensive manual adjustments and bright aperture are all shown off in numbers.

 

The display of the G4 gets a numerical comparison to the G3, one-upping its predecessor in every aspect. The rest of the chief hardware is outlined with all three storage options (internal, microSD, and cloud) shown in brand-color digits. The removable battery is also shaping to be a key selling point as LG rarely misses to point out its advantage over the competition in this respect. Click on the Photo below to view the Full size Infographic.

 

lg g4

 



Motorola is getting ready for Cyber Monday and like the other players in the tech world, showing the details of deals on the website is quite useful. Currently there are three deals listed on the website and hopefully we can expect to see additional deals in the coming Monday.


To start off, the price of Moto X (2nd Gen) 64GB has been slashed by 25% to bring down the final cost to $299 from $399. You can avail this deal from within the Moto Maker, where it lets you customize the device to your preference. Hence, the price might go up depending on the level of customizations.


Motorola will also give the Moto 360 (1st Gen) at 50% discount, bringing its price down from $299 to $149. Please take a note that this model is the 1st Gen, and at Amazon, you can purchase this device with variety of models to choose from starting at about $140.


We'll say, this deal is not so enticing and definitely doesn't stand out in Cyber Monday history. Finally, those looking to own a Moto G (2nd Gen) can get one for just $99, brought down from $179.99. That's more than 40% discount on the price listed for the phone. Then again, this is the 2nd Gen model, not the 3rd Gen which can bought from Amazon for $170.

 

Via: Motorola


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