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Samsung S8 Review

Wednesday, 7 December 2016 / No Comments



Samsung Galaxy S8 has been the much awaiting smartphone, it is estimated that Samsung Galaxy S8 Rumors is going to hit the market in the month of February 28, 2017. So this device is going to be a grand release throughout the world and going to be the best smartphone among the Samsung series. Rumors have spread that Samsung s8 is going to be the stylish smartphone with a brilliant folding technology and have more advanced features when compared to Samsung s7 which has been a hit in Samsung ‘S’ series.

The device has a lot of key features which attract the users. The Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with a smart watch which is always synchronized with the device and a remote control through which the device can be operated, so this is would be the quite interesting features which make the device look more attractive and technical. The Samsung s8 has got the most attractive look with a slim design. The back end comes with a complete smooth finishing with a camera at the top of the device.



Display:

Samsung s8 comes with a screen of 5.2 inches and improved advanced screen resolution technology for 4k display with an amazing user interface. The device comes with a keen resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels which gives the best video quality with an HD display. Samsung s8 has a blended screen which gives the device an amazing touch. The device is protected is corning gorilla glass 5, so the device is water resistant and scratch resistant.

Camera:

The interesting features are that the device has the best image capturing camera. It has a 30MP camera the rear end and a 12Mp camera at the front view with a dual LED flash, probably the best camera quality with most advanced and amazing features such as geotagging, face recognition, smile detection, and other additional features. The image also gives a high resolution capturing.The interesting feature is that it has got a dual camera, which is the advanced version when compared to Samsung s7. The camera has improved a lot, so this is one of the reasons which makes the device much smarter.

Storage:

The Samsung s8 will be having an internal storage capacity of 64/128 GB and the memory can also be extended by a dual external memory card slot provided to the device, it can be extended up to 256GB so this gives a huge mass storage device for the user. The interesting features are that the smartphone has an internal storage read and write speed up to 500mpbs so the transferring of data from the external devices through the device makes much faster.

Galaxy-S8

Processor:

The Samsung s8 has snapdragon Qualcomm octa-core processor with a speed of 4.2 GHz so this smartphone is going to give the user the best performance even at the peak levels. The device performance is going to be massive, this is the reason the Samsung s8 has been the much awaiting smartphone. The device is has a ram of 6GB so this makes the device performance much quick and faster. The device handling is quite smooth and even has a high-end graphic gaming feature. The device is quite simple with the latest and advanced operating software.

Security:

The Samsung s8 also has the key feature of the fingerprint sensor, so the device is highly safe and protected. This also has a 3D force touch similar to that of iPhone. The device touch response is quite realistic and responsive, which is much comforting to the user.

Battery:

Here is the main advantage of the Samsung Galaxy S8, the smartphone has a non-removable battery of 6200mAh. This make gives the smartphone the last longing performance and the device has a swift wireless charger 4.0 through which it can be charged up to 80% with 30 minutes. So the device can be charged in a very short time.

Connectivity:

s8 edge

The Samsung s8 is known for its updated features that are, it comes with the latest version of Bluetooth 5.0 and HTML supported device. The device has a smooth finishing and can have good grip. The device can also resist water up to 1 hour and gives a better performance when compared to other smartphones in the Samsung s series. So these are some of the key features and rumors of Samsung s8.

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iOS 11

Sunday, 30 October 2016 / No Comments
iOS 11 Release Date



iOS 10 was released officially in September, 2016, though the first beta version of the platform was floated in July, 2016. Not only with iOS 10 but with the previous versions of this platform also Apple has followed the same trend. Therefore, we can easily assume that it is going to follow the same trend the coming year as well. If that be the case, then we can expect the beta version of iOS 10 to be released from the month of July, 2017 and ultimately the platform will be launched in September, 2017 along with the next generation flagship smartphone from the house of Apple.



Add On Features Expected in iOS 11
Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality is the next big thing in the world of technology that has a huge demand in the global market. However, in iOS 10 platform Apple developers didn’t integrate a special VR service to make it compatible with the phone. On the contrary, Apple’s strongest rival Google has went a long way in this genre. Rumor has it that Google is going to launch Daydream VR along with its next generation Android platform. Therefore, we are definitely expecting Apple to integrate the VR technology in the next generation platform i.e. iOS 11.



Better Siri3



Every year Apple comes up with a better and more efficient Siri, and iOS 10’s Siri was no exception to this. First of all, Siri has become a part of Mac system as well and now it has become compatible with third party apps. Therefore, now users can use Siri for sending messages using Whatsapp or WeChat, or can users can use Siri to call cabs from services like Uber, Lyft etc. So next year with the launch of iOS 11 we are expecting the platform compatible with more and more third party apps like Instagram, SnapChat etc.

More Scope for Customization
In iOS 10 the control center has become a lot more flexible, than what it was in the previous version of the OS. However, they have not given full liberty yet, which is available to the Android users. The Android users have the option of customizing the control center according to need. Therefore, we hope that the next generation iOS will come with options for customizing the control center.

Safe Apple Pay

Apple Pay is Apple’s own digital wallet which is only available in the latest product range of this brand. This digital wallet is not 100% safe and secured for making payments. Hackers have already devised a way to hack customers’ credit and debit card information from the Apple Pay users. Therefore, we are expecting Apple to tighten the security of the Apple Pay so that users can make the best use of it.

Make The Phone Smarter

Replying directly from the notification centre is one feature which we would definitely like to see in iOS 11. As of now, it is only available for iMessages but we would like the same to be extended to other apps like WhatsApp, WeChat, Messengers and others. Android users already have this facility, so we would love to have this feature updated in iOS 11.

Better Battery Management

Smartphone users have loads of trouble with the battery of their phone. This is all the more so for the iPhone users as none of the iPhone released till now have more than 3000mAh battery. Android platform has already come with a solution to deal with this problem by introducing the Doze mode. In the Doze Mode the phone automatically realizes when it is in the pocket or bag, or when the users is not using the gadget for a long time and turn on the battery saving mode automatically. In this way the battery life of the gadget can be extended for a long time. We would expect Apple developers to integrate like features in iOS 11 that would help in extending the battery life of the gadget.

Google Pixel XL Review

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Ask a dozen people what kind of company Google is, and you'll get a dozen different answers. It's a search company; an advertising provider; a cloud-services firm; a social network; a publisher; an entertainment hub – we could go on. And while “hardware company” is pretty far from first on that list, it's a role we see Google return to time and time again, and with some markedly renewed vigor in recent years.

While we've had Google smartphones since the early days of Android, thanks to the Nexus program, lately it's felt like Google's attitude towards phone hardware has been shifting. There were a couple years of affordable phones, a return to flagship-level prices, and most recently an emphasis on phablet-sized models. But this year Google's smartphone operations are undergoing arguably their most meaningful change since the launch of the Nexus One, as the Nexus brand fades into the background, replaced by Google's new duo of Pixel phones.

Google Pixel XL Review
Pixel brings users the same sort of unadulterated Android experience as we've come to expect from Nexus devices, as well as the same commitment to timely updates. But there's also a new emphasis on style, with both the 5.0-inch and 5.5-inch Pixel handsets sharing the same look – something we couldn't say last year for the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. And more than that, Pixel is arriving as a showcase for new tech like Google's Daydream VR system.

What does all this mean for the actual Pixel phones? Has Google brought us some devices that have what it takes to steer shoppers away from high-profile handsets like Samsung's Galaxy lineup? Or will Pixel end up feeling more like a niche item for the tech-savvy or those who like to live on the bleeding edge – a characterization frequently visited upon Nexus phones? Let's find out, as we take a look at the larger of the two new Pixel phones, the 5.5-inch Pixel XL.

In the box:

Google Pixel XL
USB Type-C to Type-C cable
USB Type-C to Standard-A cable
USB Type-C to Standard-A (Quick Switch) adapter
Power adapter
SIM tool
Intro cards (hardware, thank you, Google Assistant, Play Music 3-month trial)
Warranty booklet

Design
An ambitious design brings us a Google phone that may well have other manufacturers feeling jealous

Google Pixel XL Review


Crafting a smartphone these days that offers a unique look is no small feat. As some brands churn out featureless slate after featureless slate, or others find themselves repeating variations on the same standard design over and over again, a breath of fresh air can be hard to come by. But with Google's new Pixel phones, the company may have done just that.

Maybe the first thing you'll notice about the Pixel XL – and the smaller Pixel, as well, which shares the same basic design – is this glass panel consuming the upper third of the phone's otherwise metal back. We've seen smaller adornments like this before (think: the camera “stripe” on last year's Nexus 6P), but the Pixel XL pushes it to a whole new level. At first, it's a look that may inspire some push-back; after all, it's easy to think of metal as a particularly robust and premium smartphone material, while glass just seems all sorts of damage-prone.

While time will tell just how well the Pixel XL holds up to a little use (and abuse), it didn't take long for us to come around to the phone's partially glass-covered back. One real benefit is the tactile effect the use of multiple materials affords, making it particularly easy to reach into your pocket and instantly know which direction the phone's facing. And while we can't deny that the glass is more fingerprint-prone than the metal making up the rest of the back, its aesthetics have really started to grow on us.


Google Pixel XL Review

Moving around the hardware, we've got a USB Type-C port and the phone's (mono) speaker on its bottom edge, the SIM tray on the right (with no hybrid microSD functionality – this is Google, after all), an analog headphone jack up top, and the power button and volume rocker on the right. The edge sports a hybrid design of its own, with a smooth curve transitioning to the phone's back, an angled bevel marking the move to the handset's face, and a solid, flat stripe in the center. The effect there makes for a phone that feels seriously nice to hold, while also offering a comfortably solid grip.

With all this metal, the Pixel XL has some appreciable heft to it, coming in at 168 grams. That's right about the same as the Note 7, though a bit lighter than the iPhone 7 Plus.

How to make JIO sim work 3G phones 100% working

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 / No Comments
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There are 2 ways to make JIO sim work on 3G phone. Now many do not know what is JIO ? 

 You can use your Jio 4g sim to make calls, sms, use 4g data like other telecom network operators. LTE means 4G. VoLTE means Voice over LTE or calling over the 4g network. ... Without the 4g network, A Jio sim is dead.

JIO was a awesome plan introduced by RELIANCE company.

How to get JIO sim ?

1.Download & Open MyJio App from Play Store.
2.Tap on Get Jio SIM on the Banner.
3.Tap on Agree & Get Jio offer.
4.Select your location from the drop down.
5.Read through the steps and click on Next.
6.Offer Code can be viewed on the screen.

JIO on 3G

  1. You need to download both Xorware 2G/3G/4G Switcher & Xorware 2G/3G/4G Interface App.
  2. Then Open App and choose the network settings.
  3. After that Select Network Mode to 4G LTE.
  4. Simply click on Apply and make your changes.
  5. Now you can Switch off your or restart your device.

ANOTHER WAY

  1. Download, Engineering mode app from playstore.
  2. Open Engineering mode from your phone.
  3. Click on, network settings.
  4. Now, select 4G LTE as network and reboot your device.
  5. That's it. Now use jio sim in 3G phone.


Sony Xperia Z5 and Moto G 2014 got Updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow by OTA

Saturday, 13 February 2016 / No Comments

The Android 6.0 Marshmallow has rolled out to the Xperia Z5 family, but only in a few countries. Now, Sony is gathering feedback from its Xperia users, before releasing the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update and recently, the company has launched a special program called “Concept for Android”. Sony is moving slower because it’s not one of Google’s OEMs, like Motorola, which already upgraded its Moto X 2015 and Moto G 2015 and now it’s rolling out the latest firmware to its Moto G 2014 in India.
Sony needs to polish the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the Xperia models that have been accepted to receive the official software, but until that will happen, the users will be able to give feedback through the Xperia Beta Program called “Concept for Android.” The Xperia users who are accepted in this beta program will have access to a pre-release beta version of Marshmallow, so if you want to be part of this program, hurry up and enroll. The Xperia Beta Program for Android can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store and it will work on any Xperia device that runs on at least Android 5.0 Lollipop, such as Xperia Z3 (D6603), Xperia Z3 Compact (D5803) and Xperia Z2 (D6503). If you’ll notice any issues while running the program, you can report them directly to the developers, through Sony’s open channel.
The latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is currently being pushed out to the second generation Moto G in India, after Motorola has finished the soak testing that started on January 22. Soon, the users from Brazil and other countries will receive this update, which brings many changes and features, such as Doze, app permissions, Google Now on Tap, support for fingerprint scanners etc. Motorola has ditched Moto Assist in favor of Do Not Disturb, a functionality that is available for Android.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow includes also the App Standby feature, which extends the battery life by putting rarely used applications into a reduced activity state. Another big change is related to the extension of the device internal storage, allowing users to install applications on the SD card.
In case you haven’t been notified that the update is available for your device, you can manually install it by going to the apps menu > Settings> About phone, where you will select System updates, then tap on “Yes, I’m in”.

Adobe Flash Player (3135782) Security Update from MS

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A few days ago, Microsoft has released a Security Update for Adobe Flash Player (3135782), which solved many vulnerabilities of this software that has been installed on devices running on Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows RT 8.1, Windows 10 and Windows 10 Version 1511. This security update has fixed many vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player and Microsoft has updated the affected Adobe Flash libraries which were contained within the following web browsers: Internet Explorer 10, 11 and Microsoft Edge.
According to Microsoft, a vulnerability which is exploited “could allow code execution without user interaction. These scenarios include self-propagating malware (e.g. network worms), or unavoidable common use scenarios where code execution occurs without warnings or prompts. This could mean browsing to a web page or opening email”. So, according to the Adobe Security Bulletin APSB16-04, here are the vulnerabilities that this security update has addressed:
CVE-2016-0964
CVE-2016-0965
CVE-2016-0966
CVE-2016-0967
CVE-2016-0968
CVE-2016-0969
CVE-2016-0970
CVE-2016-0971
CVE-2016-0972
CVE-2016-0973
CVE-2016-0974
CVE-2016-0975
CVE-2016-0976
CVE-2016-0977
CVE-2016-0978
CVE-2016-0979
CVE-2016-0980
CVE-2016-0981
CVE-2016-0982
CVE-2016-0983
CVE-2016-0984
CVE-2016-0985
Here’s the list of software versions or editions that have been affected. The critical vulnerabilities that could have allowed remote code execution are:
– Windows 8.1for 32-bit Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 8.1 for x64-based Systems, update replaced 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows RT 8.1, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 10 for 32-bit Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 10 for x64-based Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 10 Version 1511 for 32-bit Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801.
Two moderate vulnerabilities have been patched as well:
– Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows Server 2012 R2, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801.
The Microsoft Patch Tuesday February 2016 updates can be downloaded and installed using Windows Update. So, the Windows 7 users will click the Start button, then they’ll select All Programs > Windows Update > Check for updates.
The Windows 8 users will click the Search icon which is located in the upper right-hand corner of the Start screen. They’ll write Windows Update and from the search results, they’ll choose Check for updates.
The Windows 10 users will click on the Start button and in the Windows search bar from the right side they’ll type in Windows Update and click the Check for updates link.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 India Launch Confirmed in Twitter.

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Xiaomi India has announced India launch of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 via social channels. 
Unfortunately, the Chinese company as of now has not revealed any launch date for the new Redmi Note 3. Additionally, Xiaomi is looking for 100 "explorers" for the Redmi Note 3 in India - users who get to preview the smartphone before it launches. Interested consumers can register at the company's official India website by January 31.

The company explained the 'Redmi Note 3 Explorer Challenge', saying, "Redmi Note 3 Explorers will be given a list of 100 missions to accomplish. Explorers will be ranked based on the number of successful missions and support from other Mi fans. All Explorers are required to return the phone after the challenge." The company also detailed that "Engineers" will be able to "Design extraordinary missions for Redmi Note 3 Explorers to complete. You'll win a Mi Band for every approved mission."

Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi Note 3 back in November in China. The smartphone came in two variants: one with 2GB RAM and 16GB inbuilt storage variant which was priced at CNY 899 (approximately Rs. 9,500) and another with 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage at CNY 1,099 (approximately Rs. 11,500.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 features a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) Sunlight Display and is touted be a "fully-laminated display". It runs MIUI 7 based on Android OS. The company at the event highlighted that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 features an all-metal industrial design and stressed that it is now the "first Mi phone" to sport a full metal body and fingerprint sensor. The handset also sports a fingerprint sensor at the back which the company touted can unlock the device in just 0.3 seconds. Another notable feature is the 4000mAh battery with fast charging support that can charge up to 50 percent in 1 hour.

While the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is powered by a 64-bit octa-core MediaTek Helio X10 processor (Cortex-A53) in China, the company may not replace the chipset on the Redmi Note 3 for the Indian market. Xiaomi since December 2014 has not been selling phones powered by MediaTek chipsets in India following a patent issue with Ericsson. However, a recent Qualcomm patent agreement may allow it to sell MediaTek-based smartphones in the country.