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SamMobile has got an image from Samsung which is an early leaked build and the aim was to see how far and wide Samsung has gone to abide by the material design guidelines – and as it turns out – everything looks just the same. Yes, Samsung keeps its TouchWiz UI ahead of all and it is really hard to see Material Design in action over here.
The lockscreen does see the new notifications but everything else is just the same – animations aren’t working yet, the “sense of depth” that Google spoke about is yet to be seen from TouchWiz. Initial responses from S5 owners also depict the same amount of dissatisfaction for this.
While it’s great to see Samsung work well to stay on the dates, we hope Samsung unleashes all theyve got to offer very soon!
A Youtuber has used his Galaxy Gear live and manually installed Minecraft pocket edition. Since the Gear live runs on a respectable Snapdragon 400 with 512MB of RAM, it wouldn’t be impossible by any means to have it up and running. What’s even more impressive is that Minecraft’s interface adapts so well to the square 320×320 1.65-inch screen – with a little squinting and a few careful taps, it looks like Corbin can play pretty handily.
Have any interesting use case of smartwatches to share? Leave them in the comments below!
Android L is undoubtedly going to be released by Google before the end of this year, and as more time passes you might be inclined to ask yourself when or if your particular device will get updated.
This might be purely out of realizing how competition and their audience feels about updates, last year Samsung turned out to be lagging the most while bringing the Kitkat update. This time around after Motorola announced that they would be bringing the L flavour within 90 days, OEMs are definitely headed in the right direction.
Samsung may be working towards having updates ready sooner than usual. December it is for you folks, we’ll keep you updated!
Unlike AT&T, which opens pre-orders of the phone starting tomorrow, T-Mobile will do so on September 24 at 9AM PDT. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will hit store shelves on October 14 at AT&T and October 17 anywhere else in the US.
Talking about prices, T-Mobile will offer the Note 4 for $31.24/month with a 2-year contract. Interestingly, AT&T has revealed its no contract pricing of the Galaxy Note 4. The SIM-free version would cost you $825.99.
One of the major issues that owners were complaining about was about the loss of audio over certain bluetooth headsets. Hopefully none of that would be happening now. Additionally, there are some security patches part of Android 4.4.4. There aren’t any changes regarding the user interface of any other features of the phone.
Additionally if you feel like manually flashing the .zip file then one may do that if waiting for an update is not your cup of tea.
So the Galaxy Note Edge is every bit a Galaxy Note 4 with it’s specifications, design, choice of materials and even the display resolution. It even carries the S Pen along with it with all its added functionality. The biggest and weirdest part being the curve on the right that bleeds over the right edge enabling and unlocking a part of the phone that one never is used to having as a part or an extension of the screen.
Users will be able to check the news, launch apps, and do much more on that added screen real estate. It all looks interesting right now, although we are yet to see how heavy it will be on the pricing and how much of practical use will one be able to suck out from it.
The update does not bump up the Android operating system version of the phone, but is rather a compilation of a bunch of small fixes. Here are the changelog items :
- Security updates and patches
- Application installation enhancements
- Accidental emergency dial fixed on the lock screen
- Several lower layer modem crashes and sluggishness improvement enhancements
- E-mail UX enhancements
- S-View cover error
- Re-activation lock improvements
The update is 148MB in size and you should be seeing the notification very soon.
Sharp – a manufacturer known for it’s Aquos series of televisions is launching the Aquos Crystal in the US. The Aqous Crystal will be available excursively via Sprint n the US at $239.99 off contract.
The highlight of Sharp’s new Aquos Crystal smartphone is the nearly bezel-free touchscreen on device. The smartphone also sports Harman Kardon audio technologies. Indeed, the phone looks gorgeous and bold – it’s design is very futuristic and the fact that Sharp and not any other Tier 1 manufacturer managed to pull this off is a big deal.
The Sharp Aquos Crystal will be also available on Sprint’s prepaid brands Virgin Mobile (in Black) and Boost Mobile (in White). In both cases, the Aquos Crystal will be priced at $149.99. On the inside the phone is pretty mediocre – it has a 5″ 720p display and is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 (MSM8926) coupled with 1.5GB of RAM. Internal storage is 8 GB which can be expanded to 128GB via microSD.
This is a great phone on paper thanks to it’s great design and pricing.
It certainly has many of the Galaxy S5 key selling features, while staking on more premium material such as aluminum. But it’s not another flagship, its a weird combination of what the S5 mini could be, maybe Samsung too is confused at this point but they needed this phone. The sides of the Galaxy Alpha are machined out of aluminum, while the back is made of metal.
It definitely looks much better and handsome now. But it isn’t much aggressive on specifications. It’s just got a 720p screen and the processor is an Exynos Octa- just like on the Galaxy S4. Rest of the specifications are more or less similar and they have even kept the fingerprint scanner intact. Such features make it Samsung’s representative of what the company wants to offer against something like the upcoming iPhone 6.
This news come from Taiwan, a Taiwanese man was shot in the chest in the midst of a heated dispute over a misplaced wallet. The shooter shot the man who returned the wallet since he was not happy over what had happened. The phone managed to stop the bullet from getting in the man’s skin and saving him from serious harm.
The model was a Galaxy Mega and the plastic was enough apparently to deflect the damage. What do you think about this news?