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Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Samsung unveils Galaxy Grand 2 price and specification




Samsung has officially launched Galaxy Grand 2 smartphone in India. It comes with a 5.25 inch HD resolution touchscreen (1280x720 pixels) and runs on Android Jelly Bean 4.3 operating system. On memory front, it has 1.5 GB RAM, 8 GB of internal memory expandable up to 64 GB using micro SD card. The device comes with a 1.2 GHz quad core processor. It has a leather-like stitched back panel, which was first introduced in Note 3.

Galaxy Grand 2 sports 8 MP auto focus rear camera with LED flash, and a 1.9 MP front camera. It is 8.9 mm thick in size and weighs 163 grams. There is a 2600 mAh battery.
For Grand 2 users, Club Samsung comes for free for 3 months. Club Samsung is a content store that provides stuff like music, movies and live TV. Club Samsung gives access to language content across 5000 Movies, 4 Lakh Songs and Live TV with 90+ channels. It offers content in Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Gujarati.

Though Samsung has not quoted the exact price, it is said to be priced between Rs 22,900 - Rs 24,900. The device will be available in the market in the first week of January 2014. Also have a look at earlier Galaxy Grand Quattro.

Thursday, 12 December 2013

Samsung Galaxy S5 - All you want to know




Samsung Galaxy S5 looks

At the end of August, a rumour broke that claimed Samsung is looking to move away from using polycarbonate back covers for its phones.
According to ET News, the company has sent engineers to Vietnam to investigate the feasibility of making smartphones with aluminium and magnesium backs.
The report claimed that some figures at the Korean manufacturer are concerned that the recent introduction of a plastic-backed ‘budget’ iPhone – the iPhone 5c – could make buyers think all plastic-backed smartphones are budget devices.
Perhaps we can find a clue in the recent Samsung Galaxy Note 3 - on that handset Samsung has replaced the traditional polycarbonate with a new faux-leather, stitched rear cover.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is set to be one of the biggest smartphone launches of 2014 – even with little known at this point what Samsung even has planned.

 
Samsung’s current flagship handset, the Samsung Galaxy S4 went on sale in April 2013. It came packed with a huge number of features and contributed to the opinion that Samsung, rather than Apple, is the main driver of innovation in the smartphone market today.
It also doesn’t hurt that Samsung sold an estimated 20 million Samsung Galaxy S4s within two months of it hitting shelves.
This is an article about the Samsung Galaxy S5. We’ll be rounding up all the latest news and rumours about the handset in the run up to its unveiling next year.
For other Samsung news, check out our Samsung News Hub.

Samsung Galaxy S5 specs

Relatively little is known about the Samsung Galaxy S5’s specs. However, one thing that we do know is that it will come with a 64-bit processor.
Speaking to Korea Times, Samsung’s co-CEO Shin Jong-Kyun has promised the company will match the processor found in Apple’s new iPhone 5s.
And recently Samsung confirmed that it is working on 64-bit processors for its 2014 handsets - although the company stopped short of actually announcing which handsets they were.

Stephen Woo, president of Systems SI at Samsung electronics told CNET that the company is taking a “two-step approach” to developing 64-bit chips.

According to Woo, the firm is planning on developing a 64-bit chip based on designs from ARM. Once it has mastered that technology, it will design its own chip. It is believed it will be the latter chip that ends up in both of Samsung’s 2014 flagships smartphones.

“We are marching on schedule,” Woo said Wednesday. “We will offer the first 64-bit [processor] based on ARM’s own core. After that, we will offer an even more optimised 64-bit [processor] based on our own optimisations.”


Samsung Galaxy S5,Release date, price, specs, news and rumours

Ref : www.t3.com

 

 

 

Thursday, 12 September 2013

Apple unveils iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S

Apple unveils iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S

Apple introduced its latest flagship iPhone, the iPhone 5s. The new iPhone retains the designs and dimensions of last year’s iPhone 5, but adds a faster processor, an improved camera and a new feature called Touch ID, which allows the owner to secure the iPhone with a fingerprint.
Apple also introduced the cheaper iPhone 5c, available with a plastic backing and in multiple colors.
 “iPhone 5s is the most forward-thinking smartphone in the world, delivering desktop class architecture in the palm of your hand,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “iPhone 5s sets a new standard for smartphones, packed into its beautiful and refined design are breakthrough features that really matter to people, like Touch ID, a simple and secure way to unlock your phone with just a touch of your finger."
Apple announced iPhone 5s, the most forward-thinking iPhone yet, featuring an all-new A7 chip, making iPhone 5s the world’s first smartphone with 64-bit desktop-class architecture for blazing fast performance in the palm of your hand.  

iPhone 5s redefines the best smartphone experience in the world with amazing new features all packed into a remarkable thin and light design, including an all-new 8 megapixel iSight® camera with True Tone flash and introducing Touch ID™, an innovative way to simply and securely unlock your phone with just the touch of a finger.
iPhone 5s comes with iOS 7, the most significant iOS update since the original iPhone, engineered for 64-bit technology and featuring hundreds of great new features, including Control Center, Notification Center, improved Multitasking, AirDrop®, enhanced Photos, Safari®, Siri® and iTunes Radio.
The all-new A7 chip in iPhone 5s brings 64-bit desktop-class architecture to a smartphone for the first time. With up to twice the CPU and graphics performance, almost everything you do on iPhone 5s is faster and better than ever, from launching apps and editing photos to playing graphic-intensive games—all while delivering great battery life. Every iPhone 5s includes the new M7 motion coprocessor that gathers data from the accelerometer, gyroscope and compass to offload work from the A7 for improved power efficiency. Developers can also access new CoreMotion APIs that take advantage of M7, so they can create even better fitness and activity apps that go well beyond what other mobile devices offer. 
iPhone 5s introduces Touch ID, an innovative way to simply and securely unlock your iPhone with just the touch of a finger. Built into the home button, Touch ID uses a laser cut sapphire crystal, together with the capacitive touch sensor, to take a high-resolution image of your fingerprint and intelligently analyze it to provide accurate readings from any angle .

Monday, 8 April 2013

Google tipped to pick up WhatsApp for $1 Billion

Google tipped to pick up WhatsApp for $1 Billion

It’s just a billion bucks, why not purchase one of the quickest growing multi-platform message ecosystems in the mobile universe: WhatsApp? That’s what Google has been rumored to be chatting about this week, as an inside source speaking with Digital Trends tells it. This is a story that feeds quite well into the idea that Google is creating their own every-device messaging app system the likes of which would transform their multi-tiered systems into a singular hero.
Both Facebook and Google have been tipped to have approached the folks behind WhatsApp before today, and as they’ve continued to explode in popularity over the past few months, it would appear that they may have reached prime-time for sales. Included in this purchase would be their next-level pricing scheme which has users paying a cool $0.99 a year for a complete tossing of advertisements in-app. If Google were to pick the team up, it could be that WhatsApp itself is kicked in the pants while the technology is folded into Google – no more dollars for you!
Also if this does turn out to be true, Google’s next-generation service might be ready for Google I/O 2013. That is the rumored “Babble” or “Babel.” One way or another, a Google message service that folds all others into itself will be big.
So right here at the dawn of the Facebook Phone and the next wave of Android devices and their messager apps, could it be time for Google to take another swipe? Seems so! Have a peek at the WhatsApp timeline below and get pumped up about the future of the Google-run app universe!

Friday, 29 March 2013

Google Shopping Express in India ???

Google Shopping Express : Deliver product on the same day


  (Image Credit: Google)

 

Google Shopping Express Service Launched


Google delivers everything from your email to your search results to your to-do list, instantly. So why not your groceries, office supplies or your medication?
That’s exactly Google’s next move, to bring you your physical goods when you want them. In San Francisco, the search giant has began a test-run of its Google Shopping Express service, which provides same-day delivery from a number of stores, including Target, Walgreens, Office Depot, Staples and Blue Bottle Coffee Co.
Using Google’s Shopping Express site, users will be able to browse inventory at those stores, put the products they want in their virtual shopping bag, and then select a delivery time that works for them. A Google Express delivery person will then deliver them right to their doorstep.
The catch? It’s being called an “experiment” right now and it’s only being offered to a limited number of people in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Testers can apply now on Google’s Shopping Express site. Those selected will get a free six-month membership, which includes unlimited same-day delivery. Google says it is working out the long-term pricing plan.
“It’s incredibly early days and so the service is only available to a small number of people in the Bay Area,” Tom Fallows, the product management director for Google Shopping Express, said in a blog post.
Fallows says that the pilot program will expand.
Google joins eBay and Amazon in the same-day delivery service game. EBay’s Now service, which provides same-day delivery for hundreds of stores, is available in San Francisco, New York City and San Jose, Calif.  It costs $5 per order while being tested.
Amazon provides its Local Express Delivery service in 10 cities, including New York, Las Vegas, Seattle, Boston and Washington. It is more expensive at $8.99 and up, depending on the size of the delivery.








News source : http://abcnews.go.com



Thursday, 28 March 2013

Top 25 Mobile Handset for March 2013

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Top 25 Handset Hotlist for March-2013

 
Rank Feb
Last Jan
Change
Model
Price (inRs.)
OS
Screen Size
Camera
1
2
1
Apple iPhone 5
45,500
4
8
2
1
-1
Micromax A110 Canvas 2
10,000
Android
5
5
3
5
2
Samsung Galaxy S Duos
12,500
Android
4
8
4
4
0
Nokia Lumia 510
9, 500
Windows
4
5
5
na
new
Micromax Canvas HD A116
15,500
Android
5
8
6
na
new
Micromax A65 Smarty 4.3
4,999
Android
4.3
3
7
na
new
Micromax A54 Smarty 3.5
7,990
Android
3.5
2
8
8
0
Samsung Galaxy Y Duos Lite
5,949
Android
2.8
2
9
3
-6
Karbonn A21
8,999
Android
4.5
5
10
na
new
Karbonn Smart A111
10,290
Android
5
5
11
20
9
Samsung Galaxy Grand I9082
20,000
Android
5
8
12
na
new
Micromax Ninja A27
3,500
Android
3.5
13
na
new
Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos I9082
20,000
Android
5
Yes
14
14
0
Micromax A87 Ninja 4
6,499
Android
4
2
15
na
new
Karbonn S1 Titanium
10,990
Android
4.5
5
16
10
-6
Sony Xperia J
12,990
Android
4
5
17
na
new
Micromax Ninja A89
6,000
Android
3.8
3
18
na
new
Karbonn A12
7,990
Android
4.5
5
19
na
new
Xolo A1000
13,999
Android
5
8
20
19
-1
Nokia Asha 311
6,200
Asha OS
3
3.1
21
7
-14
Micromax A90S
14,100
Android
4.3
8
22
na
new
Intex Aqua 4.0
5,449
Android
3.5
3
23
na
new
Samsung Galaxy Chat GT B5330
7,900
Android
3
2
24
na
new
Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos I589
10,000
Android
3.5
3.2
25
na
new
Karbonn A1+
4,000
Android
3.5
3

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