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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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LG new smartphone V20

Posted by on Sep 20, 2016 in News | 0 comments

The LG is produced recent smartphone V20 to compete with Galaxy Note7 and Iphone 7, with a souped up second screen and an all-metal look. Once upon a time, all portable gadgets had removable/swappable power sources. Foreign handset makers tried to put up a fight, but in the end, the Apple bandwagon proved to be too strong, and virtually all smartphones today have its battery sealed in. Except LG. If you think having a removable battery is pointless, ask Samsung’s boss right now if he wishes the Note 7 had that option. If the Note 7 had swappable batteries, that recall would cost half a million instead of a billion. LG’s latest phone, the V20, manages to keep its battery unshackled despite going all metal. And the South Korean tech giant has obviously taken all the G5 criticism (modularity...

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iPhone 5S or iPhone 6? The Name Was Leaked In The Inventory Of Vodafone

Posted by on May 13, 2013 in iPhone, News | 0 comments

iPhone 5S or iPhone 6? The answer would have been discovered in an inventory of a British operator. For several months, consumers expect to find in June the iPhone 5S. It would be a slight improvement in the iPhone 5 released in September. The iPhone 6 will be proposed later and would highlight the most important changes. According to the document below, which would come from the inventory of Vodafone, Apple reportedly plans to introduce in a few weeks the iPhone 6. The iPhone 5S do not see the day, and Apple would intend to propose immediately major changes over last smartphone. iPhone 6 sooner than expected? This screenshot can not be authenticated and it is difficult to use as evidence. However, if the name is confirmed, Apple could surprise all consumers. The iPhone 6 should not be expected...

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Samsung is Working on The 5G For Deployment in 2020

Posted by on May 13, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Samsung does not waste time. While many countries are just beginning to implement 4G on their territory… the South Korean giant is already working on the following: the 5G. Although it is currently only a test, the company was able to achieve a flow rate of 1 Gbit/s over a frequency band at 28 GHz (SHF: Super High Frequency) between two remote terminals by 2Km. Compared to the current 100 Mbit/s (theoretical) 4G LTE network, this speed will, according to Samsung, to download movies in a second, to enjoy the ultra HD streaming, practice remote surgery or play 3D games in streaming on the tablet or smartphone. This laboratory test is impressive, but do not expect to have the 5G immediately. Samsung expects to begin commercializing the technology in 2020. Although 5G should first be available in...

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The Samsung Galaxy S4 is More Expensive To Build Than an iPhone 5

Posted by on May 11, 2013 in Debates | 0 comments

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is more expensive to build than an iPhone 5, according to the statements of the IHS institute. The research institute IHS announced that Samsung Galaxy S4 32GB version cost more to build than an iPhone 5 32GB version also. Costs are estimated at respectively 237 and 217 U.S. dollars. The study also shows that Samsung, unlike most manufacturers, keeps most of the internal production process. “Samsung’s strength is the ability to be able to rely on itself“, Vincent Leung said, an analyst at IHS. However, we can not say either that Samsung does not import anything from outside. For smartphone versions destined for U.S. markets, the Korean uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 600, while for the versions marketed in South Korea, the model incorporates a processor “homemade”, the Exynos, the cost of production is higher for...

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Galaxy S4 And Storage Space, The Korean Company Responds To The Controversy

Posted by on May 8, 2013 in Debates | 0 comments

One of the recent controversies about the Samsung Galaxy S4 is its storage space. Actually, concerning the 16 GB version, only 8.8 to 9.6 GB is available to the user. Samsung has officially responded to this controversy. The controversy came out after the CNET has tested the delivery default factory settings. Obviously, after this parameter “reset” , the user no longer has that 8.49 GB. Samsung responded: “For the 16GB Galaxy S4 , about 6.85 GB is occupied by the system, which is more than 1 GB on S3, in order to provide a higher screen resolution  and more powerful functions for our customers” The answer is way far from “clear”. Indeed, the screen resolution elements require a relatively better definition, larger images … which of course have an impact on the size of the files needed to run...

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Viber is Available To Download For Mac And PC

Posted by on May 7, 2013 in News | 0 comments

You probably know Viber – Free Phone Calls & Text (App 3.5 stars – 19,957 votes, VF, 22.8 MB, App Store Link) on the iPhone, but did you know that the communications software just arrived on Mac and PC? Indeed, if the app is not on the Mac App Store, Viber for Mac can be downloaded on the official website directly. Download Viber for Mac Download Viber for PC You will use the Desktop version or you prefer Facetime, WhatsApp, Facebook or...

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Apple Had Announced WWDC 2013 For June 10-14, Presentation Of The iOS 7 And The OS X 10.9

Posted by on May 3, 2013 in Featured, News | 0 comments

Apple had officially annnonced the beginning of its WWDC 2013 which will start on June 10 in San Francisco and ends on June 14. As every year, developers will be invited to learn more about iOS and OS X operating systems, 100 sessions are planned with more than 1000 engineers listening, in the idea of ​​always helping the present developers. Apple also announced that it will unveil new versions of iOS and OS X. The logo on top can already suggest some speculations – new colors? new type of product? Apple always is giving an appetite without giving anything away. This was the case in the previous WWDC. The opening keynote will be held during the week of June 10, iOS 7 will be announced with OS X 10.9. Rumors suggest a version of iOS 7 more “simpler” with a full changes....

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iPhone 5S Released In July Confirmed!

Posted by on May 1, 2013 in iPhone, News | 0 comments

A document intended to circulate within the premises of the Japanese KDDI telecom operator  and specifically those of its mobile branch AU suggests that the release of the iPhone 5S is scheduled for next July… This document whose authenticity has yet to precisely confirm that the replacement of the current iPhone 5 will be delivered to various retailers on June 20 (pre-orders) for a market that should start in the month of July. Basically, We learn that the iPhone 5S which runs iOS 7 and embarks a 13Mpx digital photo camera against 8MP for the iPhone 5. Caution is obviously necessary but the possibility that the supply distributors should begin in late June in anticipation of commercialization in the following month seems believable since the opening keynote of the 2013 WWDC  is scheduled for June 10. Remember that Tim Cook has recently declared that no...

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