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May 19, 2011

Motorola Droid Bionic Vs HTC Thunderbolt: Infographic Comparison

Motorola Droid Bionic Vs HTC Thunderbolt:Part 1

Motorola Droid Bionic Vs HTC ThunderBolt:Part 2

 The HTC ThunderBolt (ADR6400 codename "Scorpion" or "Mecha") is the first 4G LTE smartphone on the Verizon Wireless network. It is a CDMA variant of the HTC Desire HD. It was first announced at CES on January 6, 2011. As of spring 2011, this phone is considered the flagship phone for Verizon, going head to head with the HTC EVO.In addition to 4G service, the ThunderBolt is the first Verizon phone to support simultaneous voice/data over 3G without the help of Wi-Fi

This Infographic comes to you from Popherald, and  compares  the HTC Thunderbolt and its upcoming rival from Motorola, the Motorola Droid Bionic. Apparently, the Motorola Droid Bionic is like the Verizon version of AT&T’s Motorola Atrix 4G, which is capable of transforming into a laptop with the help of an exclusive Motorola LapDock accessory.
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Specs-wise, the Motorola Droid Bionic is the clear winner with its dual-core 1GHz processor against Thunderbolt’s single-core 1GHz, HDMI support, and larger internal storage and bigger memory. But if want to become one of the first adopters of 4G/LTE of Verizon Wireless, then the HTC Thunderbolt is perfect for you.

May 15, 2011

Samsung 's Foldable AMOLED Screen,No Creases After 10,000 Folds

Endgadet Reports that Samsung demoed some fascinating AMOLEDs at this year's CES, including 4.5-inch flexible and 19-inch transparent displays -- neither of which, sadly, will reach the market any time soon. But the innovation train keeps on rolling, and Sammy's Advanced Institute of Technology now has a prototype foldable display, which may or may not be the same reference design spotted at FPD 2008

Its two panels have a closing radius of only 1mm, meaning they practically touch when closed, yet show no visible crease when opened. In fact, the developers performed 100,000 folding-unfolding cycles to test the junction; the negligible 6% decrease in brightness was invisible to the human eye. They used commercially-available silicone rubber to achieve that seamless look, and the prototype featured a protective glass cover which could also function as a touchscreen. 




This is not the first time when Samsung came with stuff pertaining to foldable screens. They came out with a foldable TV in December last year and the video below will show you an earlier version of the foldable screen. You’ll notice easily that the seam in the middle is clearly visible. 

AMOLED means (Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) display consists of OLED pixels that have been deposited or integrated onto a thin film transistor (TFT). Amoled screens are ultra thin, ultra bright and doesn’t require a backlight to work.

Active-matrix OLED displays provide higher refresh rates than their passive-matrix OLED counterparts, and they consume significantly less power.This advantage makes active-matrix OLEDs well suited for portable electronics, where power consumption is critical to battery life.

April 15, 2011

Battle of Dual Core Smartphones Comparison

Many of last year's top smartphones packed a 1GHz processor - devices such as Apple's iPhone 4, HTC's Desire HD and the Windows Phone 7 handsets that arrived towards the back end of 2010, with Microsoft stipulating 1GHz as a minimum requirement for its OS.In  December, mobile maker LG announced what it described as the world's first dual-core smartphone: the LG Optimus 2X.


 What a dual-core chip does

Dual-core chips enable more power to be squeezed out of the processor because the chips contain two 1GHz cores - meaning there are two 1GHz processors that can be used in parallel to speed up performance, provided the mobile software has been optimised to take advantage of the parallel processing power. It's not as simple as saying a dual-core processor is twice as fast as a single-core processor, but dual-core chips should enable a noticeable speed and performance hike, particularly when it comes to multitasking. 

As Sprint showed off the HTC EVO 3D Android smartphone, they featured a neat comparison showing why the EVO 3D is currently the fastest smartphone coming to market with 1.2GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon processors