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This means in upcoming countries where 4G is rather a developing market, Qualcomm want’s to target those. That said it would come with a decent Adreno 306 GPU for 1080p video playback and up to a 13 Megapixel camera support. While lower-end, and probably aimed at budget devices from emerging markets, the Snapdragon 410 will begin “sampling in the first half of 2014 and expected to be in commercial devices in the second half of 2014″.
The PadFone series have been showcasing some very unusual hardware since the original PadFone to PadFone Infinity, Asus has been trying hard to replace the Smartphone – Tablet Combo with a single solution in the form of a PadFone.
The Mini is runoured to come with a qHD 4.3 inch display. Seriously! qHD!? in this day and age, Asus what were you thinking? Alsoare rumours of the PadFone running on a Snapdragon 400. With those specs Asus better not ask for a high-end price.
The specs that are being rumoured for the Oppo Find 7 are pretty darn impressive, he Snapdragon 805, a 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 display, 3GB of RAM, 13-megapixel main camera (with big 5-megapixel front-facer), alongwith LTE support.
With Specifications like these, it’s hard to not get impressed !
We, along with you too hope that this is not the Samsung galaxy S5 . Samsung has never released two flagships in a single year and continuing the same trend we hope this is just a new, different series of Smartphones that Samsung was talking about – The Samsung Galaxy J.
The model and the alphabet J is clearly visible throughout the video to make things obvious. This video was released on Youtube by Samsung Taiwan. As a phone specially for Japan, The Samsung Galaxy J carries a five-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and Android 4.3 on-board alongside Samsung’s own TouchWiz.
We’d love to see a metal back and a metal construction too, if that is not too much to ask but being Samsung, that might still be a far off dream.
“I think at least seven or eight [companies] will launch a phone with a touch sensor in 2014,” Johan Carlstrom, Fingerprint’s Chief Executive Officer, told Reuters in an interview on Wednesday.
Fujitsu, Pantech and Konka have already made deals with Fingerprint to incorporate this technology in their future Android and Windows phones.
This is how it works : HTC would give you a $600 32GB One for nothing down, and then you’ll make no-interest monthly payments of $25 for the next two years. This is not the first time a manufacturer has offered direct finance but it’s still very rare specially for a high-end flagship device on which the company rely’s for it’s existence.
This offer is only available in the US, and this is for the GSM One only!
Source : HTC
Apple recently just updated their developer website and they proudly showcase recent statistics which say – 74% of total iOS running devices now have iOS7 on them.
This is a significant number and most of which has been achieved with the release of the two new iPhones this year : iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c. What is also impressive is the fact that 22% of users are running iOS 6 which means a whooping 96% people are using the last two latest versions of iOS.
Well, only if Google can reach half those number with KitKat, i would be the happiest!
We can now say with this update that the Nexus 5 is almost fixed out of it’s flaws though battery life is almost still the same.
By speeding up the framerate and increasing how quickly the camera can read its surroundings and fire a picture we have been able to make the camera experience better says Google’s Director of Engineer Burke. This is really a good sign as for the first time we have seen Google listen and address the camera issues in almost 5 weeks.
HTC was bought to the court of law by the Finnish Manufacturer, Nokia which said that HTC has infringed it’s “modular structure for a transmitter and a mobile station” patent.
Nokia had achieved a sales ban against the One smartphone line in the UK before, forcing HTC to change the radios and microphones inside the One as quoted by reliable sources.
Well the rumours surrounding Samsungs 2014 line of smartphones just dont seem to drop their share. Cameras have become an integral part of the decision making factors and Samsung is making sure they win the game here.
We have been hearing about Samsung making the ISOCELL sensor for better imaging and then came the not-so-good news stating that Samsung might be ditching OIS(Optical Image Stabilisation) for the future Galaxy S5.
While Megapixels do not guarantee better quality, Samsung just wants to up the numbers and heat up the race here. Either ways, we are very sure of the fact that Samsung has plans to bring a better quality sensor and is going all out on R & D for their upcoming flaghsip device.