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HTC M8 eye

 

HTC has quietly launched an updated version of the new HTC One. Called the HTC One M8 EYE, the new model features just one change, but it also happens to be the one that everybody was asking for. HTC has swapped the 4 UltraPixel Duo-camera from the original M8 to a new 13 megapixel Duo-camera from the Desire EYE but retains the second depth sensor. It also gets the new HTC EYE Experience software from the Desire EYE, but then that is also being made available for the standard M8.

 

HTC M8 Eye

 

Although the original M8 was critically acclaimed for being an excellent smartphone, the UltraPixel camera on the back was universally hailed as being unimpressive due to its low resolution. The latest update fixes that with a three time resolution boost, although low light performance likely won't be as good now.

 

Regardless of that, the M8 EYE is only available in China for now for ¥3,999 ($652).

 

 

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htc one m9

 

The plan all along was for the HTC One M9 to launch in HTC's backyard. But the date of the release, March 16th, had to be changed reportedly due to a software issue. Some said that the handset was having problems booting up, while others assumed that the problem had to do with the Snapdragon 810's alleged propensity to get a fever. After all, while running a benchmark test, HTC's new flagship had a surface temperature of 132 degrees fahrenheit.

 

But the good news is that HTC has sent out a patch that turns down the heat. A more recent reading of an HTC One M9 test unit showed the phone running at a much cooler 104 degrees fahrenheit, just two degrees higher than the HTC One (M8) ran during that aforementioned benchmark test.

 

So now that everything is copacetic with the HTC One M9, the handset is available for purchase in Taiwan, priced at the equivalent of $698 USD for the 32GB model. The 64GB variant, which is expected to be available at a future date, will be priced at the equivalent of $732 USD.

 

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It looks like Samsung is not big on the waiting game right now as the South Korean manufacturer has already started selling its 2016 flagships in India. They had just revealed the S7 and S7 Edge at a Samsung event in the capital (New Delhi) about a week ago and now you can buy them from the online retailer, Flipkart.


The two phones are also available from Samsung's own online store as well as from local offline shops. Surprisingly, Amazon doesn't yet have them on for sale yet. One might find the ease of availability quite likeable with "flash sales" for popular phones becoming more and more common these days, but once the price tag of roughly $855 or INR 56,900 for the S7 Edge and $733 (INR 48,900) for the S7 is taken into consideration, it seems only natural!


The Indian version of the S7 series won't get the Snapdragon 820 chipset that is powering the US variant, but will be powered by the Exynos 8890 SoC instead. The Exynos chip is almost as powerful as the Snapdragon 820, but the Qualcomm chipset has proven itself to be ever so slightly faster. All other flagship features like the 5.1"/5.5" Super AMOLED 1440p display, 4GB RAM, 32GB in-built storage along with a hybrid SIM / micro-SD card slot, 12-megapixel rear camera, 3000mAh / 3600mAh battery and the Always On display has made it on to the Indian version.


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Flexible TV

 

Despite the current trend for curved TV displays, lots of people think its another fancy gimmick. So, Samsung gave you a choice to decide with its New bendable TV that can bends before you Eyes, Yes... Samsung New Flexible/Bendable TV is flat and with a push of a button can turn into curved, so you can have both features on the same TV, Check the video below to see it.

 

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This is Samsung world's first flexible/bendable TV in South Korea and its already Available for sale for a Premium price of $260,000. This Flexible 105-inch biggest appeal is that you'll no longer have to choose between a curvedscreen or a flat one, because it's the first TV that can be both. Just press a button on the remote control and it transforms itself from a flat screen to one that's curved.

 

Flexible TV

 

As far as pricing goes we don't have any details yet, but we think it's safe to assume that it won't be cheap. Certainly not if Samsung's latest "regular" curved screen 4K TV is anything to go by, anyway.

 

 

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We have had a good look at the Gear S3 Classic and the Frontier back in September when it was showcased at the IFA, but it hasn't hit all the major markets around the world yet. However, that is about to change because the two smartwatches just went on sale in South Korea. They will also be going on sale in markets around the world in the upcoming weeks, starting with the US, the UK, Germany France, Australia, Dubai and Singapore on November 18.


Both smartwatches will be running on Samsung's own Tizen OS, but only the Frontier has LTE connectivity via an embedded SIM. The S3 Frontier will be coming to T-Mobile in the US, but do check with your local carrier to know if the watch will be supported by them. All other features including the GPS navigation, the IP68 waterproofing and the heart-monitor are identical. Although Samsung Pay is supported by both the smartwatches, the facility will only be available in the US, Australia and Singapore at the moment.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


Flexible TV

 

Despite the current trend for curved TV displays, lots of people think its another fancy gimmick. So, Samsung gave you a choice to decide with its New bendable TV, Yes... Samsung New Flexible/Bendable TV is flat and with a push of a button can turn into curved, so you can have both features on the same TV, Check the video below to see it.

 

This is Samsung world's first flexible/bendable TV in South Korea and its already Available for sale. The 78-inch UN78S9B biggest appeal is that you'll no longer have to choose between a bendy screen or a flat one, because it's the first TV that can be both. Just press a button on the remote control and it transforms itself from a flat screen to one that's curved.

 

Flexible TV

 

As far as pricing goes we don't have any details yet, but we think it's safe to assume that it won't be cheap. Certainly not if Samsung's latest "regular" curved screen 4K TV is anything to go by, anyway.

 

 

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The Galaxy Note 7 FE or "Fan Edition" is now officially on sale and if you wanted to own one last year, you can do so now a year later! Of course, you will need to be in South Korea to buy one in the first place. If you are a fan of the device and would like to import one into the US, I am not sure if that's even allowed at this point of time. While the handset should now legally be allowed on flights, I am not entirely sure how airport authorities will feel about importing a Galaxy Note 7 on an aircraft. Nevertheless, it's here in Korea in all its glory for us to gawk at.


With almost identical specs, the Galaxy Note 7 FE looks and feels exactly like it did last year and that's to be expected, given that the only change is the battery being shrunk down to 3,200mAh. The combination of the QHD Super AMOLED display, Exynos 8890 SoC, 4GB of RAM and the S-Pen makes the Galaxy Note 7 still a great smartphone to buy. In fact, at the reduced price of only KRW 699,600 ($606 roughly), it's a very good deal for the ones who don't mind the chip from last year. Only 400,000 units of the handset will be sold in the country and they will be exclusive to three local telecom carriers.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



It's no secret that the two giants had been in collaboration for the last year or so and we also knew that the Galaxy S8 Microsoft Edition was coming, but now it's finally here. The smartphone is available from Microsoft's own online store in the US if you are interested in buying it. In case you are wondering, yes, the Microsoft Edition Galaxy S8+ is also available for purchase at the store. As of now the Galaxy S8 is priced at $724.99, while the S8+ is priced at $824.99 at the MS Store with special offers for Black Friday.


In terms of hardware, there's nothing new here because they are identical to any other US version of the two handsets. The main difference is in the incorporation of Cortana, Microsoft's own digital AI assistant, which is probably a bit awkward for Bixby now... Aside from that, the Microsoft Edition includes a number of the PC giant's applications, including Microsoft Launcher for easily accessing various file types and documents.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


Nexus 9


Google is already have its latest tablet, HTC Nexus 9, available for purchasing on Google Play Store but it's not available on all regions yet. Luckily for Nexus users in the Middle-East, the Google Nexus 9 is Now Available on the Middle-East, the tablet has launched in Qatar, UAE and Kuwait so far and is headed to more countries.

 

Nexus 9

 

Middle-East users can now enjoy Google's latest Lollipop-tablet. X-cite, a major electronics retailers in Kuwait, is listing 2 variants of the HTC Nexus 9 with a price tag starts from $480 for the Black 16 GB 4G LTE and $580 for the White 32 GB 4G LTE variant. Nexus 9 is heading to more regions as Google tends to make it available worldwide.

 

 

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Gear VR

 

Samsung announced the Samsung Gear VR virtual reality accessory for the Galaxy Note 4 phablet last week. The Pricing details are out, it will cost $199 in the US. This comes straight from a spokesperson for the Korean company, so it's pretty much official.

 

Sure, a press release would have been nice, but this will have to do for now. The price was revealed at the New York Fashion Week of all places.

 

Gear VR

 

With this, the final piece in the Gear VR's pricing puzzle was put in its place. Recently a rumor claimed the Gear VR would cost €199 in the Eurozone. And since mobile devices and accessories usually get the exact same prices in dollars and euros, the $199 amount for the US seems to confirm that same level for Europe.

 

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Note Edge

 

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge which is Samsung's first curved screen Smartphone is Now available for sale in the U.S. through all major carriers.

 

AT&T

AT&T has put a $946 price tag on the Galaxy Note Edge for those who don't want a contract. And it's something you might want to consider, since signing a 2-year commitment brings down the price to $400. For comparison a Galaxy Note 4 is $826 off contract and $300 with a contract.

 

AT&T Next starts at $31.54 a month for 30 months, the middle stage is $39.42 for 24 months and the quickest option is $47.30 for 20 months. All these options total $946 at the end, of course.

 

 

T-Mobile

T-Mobile's Uncarrier strategy means there's no subsidy but you can get a Samsung Galaxy Note Edge for $870 or space them out to $36.25 a month for 24 months.
A Galaxy Note 4 is $750 or $31.24 for two years.

 

Galaxy note Edge

 

Sprint

Sprint has priced the Galaxy Note Edge the cheapest - $840 - but the two-year contract has you paying the most - $430 up front. The other option is 24 monthly payments of $35.
Again for comparison, a Galaxy Note 4 sets you back $720 off contract, $300 up front with a two-year Sprint contract or 24 payments of $30.

 

 

Verizon

Verizon isn't selling the Galaxy Note Edge yet but you can pre-register for it. There's no price yet.

 

 

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners in Hungary (SM-N910F) have started getting the update for Android 6.0. This comes as surprise, as previously it was rumoured that Note 4 would receive update in February 2016, after the Galaxy Note5, S6 edge+, S6, and S6 edge.




The new features that are included in the update include battery-enhancing Doze, and contextual search provider Google Now On Tap, which detects the content of the screen and gives search results accordingly.


The update also creates a new Air Command menu, and a feature to capture notes that uses the S Pen to create notes in white on a black background. As per requirement you can recall the notes. The Android 6.0 Marshmallow update has already been available for many devices in some of the European countries like Hungary (for example: LG G4). The latest distribution data unveiled by Google shows that only .3% of active Android handsets are supporting Android 6.0. It is difficult to agree, but there is only .1 percentage point increment in comparison to the .2% share of Android phones powered by Android 2.2 Froyo. It is expected that Marshmallow share will gain better share in the market once the carriers in the US complete their testing with this OS.


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