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September 18, 2012

Battery Life Comparison :WiFi Browsing vs Smartphone Browsing

25 percent of Americans say they’re now doing most of their Internet browsing on their phones instead of a computer, according to a new report from the Pew Internet Project.
A striking 87 percent of smartphone owners check the Internet or email on their phones, including 68 percent who do so generally every day, and 25 percent say they “mostly go online using their phone, rather than with a computer.”
“While many of these individuals have other sources of online access at home, roughly one third of these ‘cell mostly’ Internet users lack a high-speed home broadband connection,” said Pew in its report, “Smartphone adoption and usage.”

June 28, 2012

Google Nexus Vs Microsoft Surface vs iPad

Google’s Nexus 7 Specs

Screen size: 7 inches diagonally
Screen resolution: 1280 x 800 pixels

Weight: 0.75 pounds

Cameras: Front-facing, 1.2 megapixel camera
Battery life: 9.5 hours
Operating system: Google’s Android

Data storage cannot be expanded with memory cards. No option for cellular wireless broadband.

Price: $199 for 8 gigabytes of storage, $249 for 16 GB.

April 29, 2012

HTC to launch a 5 inch Smartphone to take on Samsung’s “Galaxy Note

Seemingly impressed by the success of Samsung’s Galaxy Note, HTC is now seems to be readying a 5 inch smartphone which may be launched later this year.
Leaked information about Verizon’s roadmap points out that : There is soon going to be a competitor to Samsungs Galaxy Note.  HTC is expected to launch  a “Galaxy  Note” like device with 5-inch touchscreen supporting 1080p HD resolution. This handset will have quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with Adreno 320 graphics and feature HTC Sense 5.0 UI.

This has been revealed by the Verizon roadmap for the year 2012 that indicated an HTC smartphone with 5-inch full HD display, quad-core Qualcomm processor, HTC Sense 5.0 and Scribe technology support. Obviously these details  aren’t forthcoming at this stage

HTC plans to implement its Scribe technology which will enable users to make the best of the Magic Pen that was introduced with the HTC Flyer. Of course, we expect to see leaner version of the same Magic Pen. The 5-inch HTC phone-tablet will be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 ‘Krait’ family mobile processor and will integrate Adreno 320 graphics.

With the highest quality graphics and quad-core mobile processor, this HTC phone-tablet note might turn to be bit expensive. HTC will also introduce its next generation HTC Sense 5.0 User interface with that phone-tablet.

Source: via Gwyn on Pinterest

The 5-inch form factor allows one to have a device which is a cross between a tablet and a smartphone and in the process allowing one to ditch the concept that they need two separate devices, which a certain brand seems to strongly advocate. 

HTC, in the recent past have successfully launched the One X, the world’s first quad-core smartphone and it has done quite impressively in the market as well

March 17, 2012

HTC One X to hit UK on April 5, O2 confirms – news

HTC One X to hit UK on April 5, O2 confirms – news:HTC’s flagship One X phone will be coming to stores in the UK at the beginning of April, according to a tweet from carrier O2. The phones will apparently be arriving at stores on April 5th, meaning the release date will be soon after. The tweet came in a response to questions about service fees on the One X:

HTC One X specifications

 HTC is going to debut its One X – the quad-core phone introduced at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year.HTC’s One X  wiht its  4.7-inch Super LCD display is slightly beyond the ‘optimum’ smartphone screen size  the HTC One X is considered by many to be one of this year’s hottest devices

The smartphone has a 4.7 inch 720p display and a 1.5GHz quad-core processor. It also boasts twin cameras, with HTC insisting that the main one is equivalent to a “proper” digital camera. It comes with auto focus, smart LED flash, and a BSI sensor (for better low-light captures). 

HTC One X is known for its quad-core 1.5 GHz Tegra 3 processor. It has 1GB of RAM and 16/32GB of internal storage. Surprisingly, there is no expandable memory option in One X. Also, the AT&T variant of One X will be dual-core only, based on Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. 

The HTC One X will be available for free on a £36/month two-year contract or for £119.99 on the cheapest available, £26/month deal. An HTC MediaLink HD USB to HDMI adapter will be gifted to everyone, who pre-orders the smartphone.”

‘via Blog this’

October 11, 2011

Samsung Galaxy III Launch Leaked:1.8GHz dual-core with 12MP camera?

The next addition to the Samsung Galaxy S family has once again leaked online with Samsung Galaxy S 3 specs being outed hours after the S II was crowned T3’s Phone of the Year 2011


The Samsung Galaxy S III has made a spec filled appearance online and by the looks of it, it is going to be another flagship to make Samsung proud. The Samsung  Galaxy III includes a dual-core 1.8GHz Exynos 4212 processor, backed up with 2GB of RAM. 
On the back is a backlit 12-megapixel camera which is presumably 1080p capable. The screen is as cutting edge as they get, being 4.6 inches and boasting Super AMOLED Plus HD tech. No surprise that the dimensions of the display are close to those of the yet-to-be-announced Nexus Prime.

The information was leaked to, a source telling them that the phone will feature LTE and NFC support. They also informed Phandroid that the new device is going to take a different approach to design than other Galaxy handsets to avoid any legal issues that might occur.

according to  Pocket Lint Ice Cream Sandwich is a given, but Phandroid also reports that it might feature four Android buttons. This doesn’t seem to be obvious from the image and doesn’t fit with past Samsung Android devices, so we’re not convinced on that point.
Our advice would be to take this specs leak with a pinch of salt, as the actual image containing the Galaxy S III shows a few spelling mistakes and claims the Galaxy S II shipped with an Exynos processor. 
Still, worth getting excited about, especially given how potent the phone is shaping up to be. Shame there is no quad-core there though. The phone is listed as 2012, we’d bet our shirts it launches on the opening night of Mobile World Congress on 26 February next year.