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Galaxy S8 and Plus

Posted by on Apr 27, 2017 in Android | 0 comments

Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Overview   That the Galaxy S8 feels like such a complete thought out of the box likely speaks to how long the phone was in development. In this overview, we’re going to be referring to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ interchangeably because, for all intents and purposes, and unlike last year, they are one phone in two sizes. That’s due to a renewed focus on fundamentals, on sticking with what works and evolving the experience in small, meaningful ways. There are regressions, in one major and one minor way, but we’ll get to that. It has been using the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ at different times for a total of two weeks. Both models are unlocked Canadian models connected to AT&T in the U.S. or Rogers in Canada, with Snapdragon 835 processors...

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LG G6

Posted by on Mar 14, 2017 in Android, News | 0 comments

LG G6 is now coming with better specifications 4 reasons you’ll want this sleek phone with its massive screen (and 2 reasons you won’t) The LG G6 could not have come at a better time. Launching its spec-packed, metal-and-glass G6 at the world’s largest mobile show (Mobile World Congress) gives LG a rare opportunity to prove itself after that lukewarm reception of last year’s modular-like G5, without the fear of being overshadowed by its biggest competitor, Samsung. (Samsung had to push back the launch of its Galaxy S8 flagship while dealing with fallout from its exploding Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.) And that’s great. When it comes to the G6, we like what we’ve seen so far. Gone is that funky modular body (but also the removable battery). In its place are a slim design that’s 80 percent screen and...

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Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

Posted by on Nov 11, 2016 in Android, News | 0 comments

Samsung‘s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are still looking strong even though the Edge 7 has failed due to the battery problem. It had a phone that was better than the HTC 10, better than the Huawei P9 and it’s still better than the iPhone 7. But then the exploding Galaxy S8 and Samsung took a bit of a hit. Is it enough to make you think twice about buying a Samsung device? In a word, no. The Galaxy S7 is still the best phone we’ve reviewed this year. Maybe the Google Pixel phone will have something to say about that though. After the massive, and much needed, change in design direction Samsung took with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge in 2015, all rumours pointed to things staying pretty much the same for the Galaxy S7....

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Samsung, List Of Android Devices Eligible For Android 4.2.2 And 5.0..

Posted by on Mar 19, 2013 in Android, Rumors | 0 comments

Here is the list of products that could be compatible with the future updates to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. We do not risk to say that it is 100% sure, but it seems quite credible. Regarding the list of terminals that would be eligible for the update Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, it must still be noted that most of them were released on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. GT-I9080 – Galaxy Grand GT-I9082 – Galaxy Grand DUOS GT-I8160 – Galaxy Ace 2 GT-I8190 – Galaxy S III mini GT-I8350 – Galaxy Beam GT-I8730 – Galaxy Express GT-I9070 – Galaxy S Advance GT-I9100 – Galaxy S II GT-I9105 – Galaxy S II Plus GT-I9260 – Galaxy Premier GT-N7000 – Galaxy Note GT-S6310 – Galaxy Young GT-S6312 – Galaxy Young DUOS GT-S6810 – Galaxy Fame GT-S7710 – Galaxy X Cover 2 As for the list...

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Is This The Samsung Galaxy S IV?

Posted by on Mar 11, 2013 in Android, Rumors | 0 comments

The Samsung Galaxy S IV will be announced Thursday, and the first pictures have already arrived. Are they real or from a fan imagination? The Samsung Galaxy S III is the best-selling of Android smartphone, and its successor, the Galaxy S IV is very logically expected. First specifications have leaked, but the design of the product was unknown. However we imagined it would change a little. Indeed, if we refer to the habits of Samsung: products launched just before the Galaxy S are often indicative of design. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 prefigured round plastic appearance Galaxy S III. This year, the Galaxy Note 8.0 shows quite a few changes and this is why we think the Galaxy S IV will not be a revolution in terms of design. The first photos of the famous Samsung GT-i9502...

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How to Install Android applications on Windows or Mac..

Posted by on Feb 28, 2013 in Android, Help & How To | 0 comments

The start-up Bluestacks has conceived a virtualization software able to run mobile applications on the Windows or Mac. The applications are designed for smartphones, Cnet did not notice that the performance had been altered. This information is quite important because the virtualization market is a huge business, this is why the partnership between BlueStacks and Citrix has been signed. Citrix is indeed an expert in the virtualization solutions… BlueStacks has improved its virtualization software  to run Android applications including Windows 8 optimized for surface Pro, Windows and Mac. This emulator allows you to install Android Apps on Windows (including Windows 8 and Surface PRO) and Mac as if these applications are intended for those OS. Bluestack can now carry a library of 750,000 Android applications on Windows for example, while the Windows Store only offers 40,000 applications. BlueStacks Emulator encountered...

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Google Describes the New Features of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean

Posted by on Feb 21, 2013 in Android, News | 0 comments

We tend to criticize Google too much to not communicate the changes made at each update, but as usual, the Android team wants Mountain View once again prove otherwise including the latest of Android 4.2.2 to the list of changes. If you remember, the latest features introduced of Android 4.2 concerned adding a new lock-screen with customizable widgets, improved panoramas that renames now in Photo Sphere and can take pictures in 360 degrees, the integration of Swype virtual Android keyboard, DayDream that displays Google Currents feeds and a  photos panorama, or the appearance of multi-accounts and more… At the occasion of deploying Android 4.2.2, we discovered an update about 50 MB which had resolved most of the bugs by providing a stable point strengthened the system. Of course, an update of 50 MB can not only include only bug fixes since also offers several...

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HTC One just be officialized

Posted by on Feb 19, 2013 in Android, News | 0 comments

It’s official, the Taiwanese manufacturer has just formalize the HTC One. That appear as upscale figure of the Taiwanese manufacturer, The One has created a huge buzz effect for many weeks and especially during the last few days with the latest rumors and leaks that proved mostly indeed based. Today we can finally confirm the characteristics of this new high-end smartphone from HTC which will have a large touch screen of 4.7 inch Full-HD resolution (1080 x 1920 pixels) and Super Clear LCD technology 3 with ~ 468 pixels per inch. At performance side, HTC has clearly wanted to mark the occasion by including one of the latest forms of Qualcomm introduced in early January 2013, the 600 Snapdragon (Qualcomm or S600). For your information, this architecture is clocked at 1.7 GHz, comes with Adreno 330 graphics chip and...

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Ouya, more than 480 games are being adapted

Posted by on Feb 15, 2013 in Android, Android Apps, News | 0 comments

In honor of the upcoming release of the OUYA, developers suggest a list of more than 480 games that are being deployed on the gaming console. While some began to say the Ouya have a list of games very limited, there is nothing of that ; by visiting the official forum, you can find a topic where the developers at Ouya and game developers themselves confirm the compatibility of a multitude of titles. A list that grows every day thanks to the availability of the SDK for over a month (sending began in December 2012). At present, it remains difficult to imagine the behavior of optimized games on the console, including the graphics and from the device. In a sense, it makes me laugh a little because I saw some developers try to adapt/carrieres their best titles Console/PC flagship...

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LG : The Optimus G Pro 5.5″ would benefit from a curved screen

Posted by on Feb 13, 2013 in Android, News, Rumors | 0 comments

To date, there are two versions of the Optimus G Pro: the first with a 5-inch screen for Korea the second with a 5.5-inch screen for the rest of the world? Anyway, LG has officially confirmed the existence of the 5.5-inch version without giving any additional details. The Korean manufacturer still advances the presence of a curved screen with very good viewing angles and a 2.5D effect which will further strengthen readability. On the official photos that were provided by the manufacturer, we can also notice that the back cover of this terminal takes slightly Pixel art passed on the Nexus 4. While waiting for the official announcement to be held in Barcelona, it is claimed today that it includes an AH-IPS touchscreen of 5.5-inch Full-HD resolution (1080 x 1920 pixels), a quad-architecture core Snapdragon S4 Pro clocked at...

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