Mobile Phone

Buying Cell Phones Online at Your Comfort

Buying cell phones online is maybe a standout amongst the most frequent searches requested by the clients on highest search engines. A large portion of the general population likes to go straight to the carrier’s site and make their buy. In any case, you can attempt a few different stores which offer all the cool gadgets at much moderate sticker price. Business that offers in excess of one bearer is a decent place to begin with; this gives you to look at plans and highlights of a few phones and you a chance to get the most ideal arrangement. All ...

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7 Best smart mobiles On The Market Today

Are you looking for an exceptional smartphone? We are going to make your choice easier by providing convenient reviews on all the new phones launched recently in the market. If you have a subscription to an internet plan such as one of the Optimum Internet Plans, make sure you read user testimonials and reviews on the specs, features, and performance of the phone you want. We all witness the hype and craziness each year when Apple launches a new iPhone. People would stand in the queues to get their hands on the new iPhone. We would suggest knowing the performance before ...

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Top 5 Smartphones Under Rs. 10,000

You just saw your friend’s brand new Android smartphone and you were like, ‘Man! That’s awesome’. But, the price tag of Rs. 60000 killed all the excitement. But, what if you can buy a similar smartphone, packed with almost the same features, at well below Rs. 10,000. Now, that may sound unrealistic, but is true. Here is a list of top 5 smartphones that will cost you not more than 10K. Micromax Canvas Juice 2 AQ5001 Introduced in March 2015, the Canvas Juice 2 comes with a 5-inch display and is loaded with Android 5.0 Lollipop. Powering the handset is ...

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Are Dumb Phones Still a Thing?

We live in the age of smartphones. Since Apple’s iPhone started the smartphone revolution, turning the voice communications device into a small, pocket-sized computer with a huge touchscreen, the smartphone has become one of the most discussed and most sought after gadget. Today everyone – especially the younger generations – wants a smartphone that allows them to visit redflushcasino.com or any other website, or go to our facebook page and give us a like and consume social content on the go. Classic phones with just basic capabilities – initiating and receiving phone calls, sending text messages and playing music – ...

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Arya A1 Plus Mobile Phone Pros and Cons

First day impressions: 100% VFM device: For less than 6k bucks, the design is killer, one like that of premium phones. If the brand is not noticed (printed on the back), it can easily be mistaken for a high end device like a nexus/htc. The phone does not feel cheap in hand at all. No Android device in this segment has such premium looks yet. Good call quality and decent speaker. Sound is a little bit plasticky (very slightly), but does the job well and is loud and clear enough for calls, songs and movies. There are 3 back panels ...

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Aluratek 2600 mAh External Battery Pack for iPhone 5

Welcome Aluratek 2600 mAh External Battery Pack for iPhone 5. This product is a great product to use for anyone who has the iPhone 5 but also those who wants to market their brands through promotional power bank. Why offer promotional power bank if you are a company? Well with power bank, you can never go wrong with your marketing. This is because you get to have the best results for your brand with the least effort on your side. With Aluratek 2600 mAh by your side you get the results you need to market your brand and also get ...

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Xiaomi Mi3 –The Best seller Phone of the Month in Affordable Price

Xiaomi Mi3 is actually, without a hesitation, the best good value purchase in touch screen phones today. More About Xiomi The company has so far sold 20,000 units in India. The July 22 flash sale saw 10,000 handsets getting over in less than 39 minutes. Whereas, in the second round of sale on July 29, all 10,000 handsets ran out of stock in mere 5 seconds. Xiaomi has released a new advert on Facebook informing that the company will be putting up 15000 units for sale on August 5. This news will bring cheers to customers who could not buy ...

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Nokia Lumia 930 Review & Specification

Review The Lumia 930 is the first upmarket phone in eight months from Nokia’s former mobile phones division, which is now owned by Microsoft. It’s a solid but quite unspectacular upgrade for Windows Phone users. However, there’s nothing really new here. If you’re looking for a phone with something distinctive, a bit of a wow factor, you may wish to wait until later in the year, when, hopefully, the buggy and crufty Windows Phone 8.1 release should be in better shape. Nokia’s colourful budget Lumias have been a great success at the pay-as-you-go and sub £20/month contract end of the ...

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My phone fell in water, what do I do?

Phone in Water

There are various horrors that we face in our daily lives, and I am sure our phone falling in water surely is within that list of horrors. Here, I am going to talk about the very same scenario, if and when the phone falls in water. Usually when the phone gets wet it is time for us to buy a new phone, however sometimes if we are quick enough we could actually save the phone. How you ask, here is how? Take out the phone from water as soon as possible. Prolonged duration of the phone in water, lets water ...

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The Finger Your Phone Can’t Live Without (It’s Not Your Thumb)

The pinky is unquestionably the forgotten finger, often considered a mere accessory in a lineup of more valuable digits. If you had to say goodbye to an appendage, the pinky is an easy sell. But there’s far more to the pinky besides looking refined while sipping tea. In addition to playing a key character in maintaining balance, it’s the most important supporting role of the entire digital age. The pinky is the mobile shelf. Grab your smartphone and do a simple task, like check your email. Like a trusty steed, carrying the weight of your contacts, apps and messages upon ...

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9 Ways to Stretch Your iPhone’s Life When the End Is Near

Apple typically releases its next-generation iPhone in September of each year, sparking a nationwide effort in the months ahead for users to hold on to their dying, dwindling devices for as long as possible before upgrading. It’s not just a matter of wanting the newest toy from Apple; the shelf-life of smartphones is typically low, between 18 and 24 months. This means devices start to lag, shut down unexpectedly and do other funky things after about two years (not to mention mobile technology quickly becomes obsolete as new software and hardware hits the market). So if you’re trying to get ...

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8 problems with Samsung’s Galaxy S5, and how to solve them

You pay hundreds of dollars for the latest smartphone tech only to find that it’s not working as expected. We feel your pain. Life’s not fair, but don’t give up on your Samsung Galaxy S5 just yet. With a little tinkering you can probably find a decent workaround or a solution, in fact, that’s why we’re here. Behold our roundup of common Galaxy S5 problems and the fixes you need to get past them. Bug: Screen won’t turn on Quite a few people have been having issues with the Galaxy S5 screen refusing to turn on. The capacitive buttons light ...

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How to Replace Your Wallet With Your Phone

There’s something liberating about walking around without your wallet. No giant clump of leather, plastic or fabric pressing itself against your thigh. No awkward outlines in your pocket. No shuffling and shifting in your seat just to retrieve it. That is, until you realize you’ve lost all your money, tickets, rewards cards and coupons. While there isn’t anything that will replace your driver’s license or other government identification, there are a slew of apps that can effectively replace the rest of your wallet, streamlining your life and preserving your favorite pair of jeans. Google Wallet What it replaces: Cash, credit ...

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Pinterest Finally Comes to Windows Phone

Pinterest has finally launched a Windows Phone app. But like many Windows Phone apps, there’s a catch: It’s only a beta version. This means that while Windows Phone pinners get all the basics of Pinterest, the app is not nearly as full-featured as its iOS and Android counterparts. At this point, the app basically provides an easy shortcut to the mobile-web version of Pinterest, with a few native features thrown in, a Pinterest spokesperson told Mashable. So while users can follow friends, pin new posts and take advantage of most Pinterest.com features, they won’t have many of the tools that ...

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Mozilla to Bring Low-Cost Firefox Smartphones to India and Indonesia

Earlier this year, during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we told you about Mozilla’s plans to bring smartphones into even the poorest regions by introducing a $25 dollar device. Now the organization has launched a major new effort in that plan by announcing plans to bring its low-cost smartphone to India in the next few months. “The platform will give us an edge in upgrading buyers from feature phones to smartphones while making it affordable for the mass market,” said Sanjay Kumar Kalirona, of India mobile firm Intex Technologies, in a statement accompanying Mozilla’s announcement. “This will propel our ...

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Australian iPhone Hack Reminds Us Why We Need to Ditch Passwords

Australian Apple users have received a harsh reminder that computer passwords provide only a thin layer of protection on the internet. On Tuesday, people across the country awoke to find their iPhones, iPads, and Macintoshes locked behind an ominous message: “Device hacked by Oleg Pliss.” The message also told users that if they wanted their devices unlocked, they should send money via PayPal to the hacker’s email address, the Sydney Morning Herald reports. Users who had set PINs as well as passwords were apparently able to unlock the devices, but those without PINs are seeking Apple’s help to regain access. ...

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LG G3 Specs Leak Ahead of Release: QuadHD Display, 13MP Camera

The LG G3 is set to be launched on Tuesday, May 27, but some of LG’s international websites have killed the suspense by publishing the device’s specifications a day early. Droid Life has the details (coming from LG’s Dutch site), and they’re as expected: the LG G3 will feature a QuadHD (2560×1440 pixels), 5.5-inch display — the first high-profile Android phone to do so. We also know the G3 will have a 13-megapixel rear camera, 2GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 801 processor, 16GB of storage (expandable via microSD memory cards), and a 3,000mAh battery. LG G3 Image: LG Other features ...

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The competition Between Latest Smartphones

HTC One M8 The HTC One M8 is currently sitting atop our “best mobile phones in the world” ranking, nudging the Galaxy S5 into second place and making it the phone to beat in 2014. Does the Sony Xperia Z2 topple the M8? Honestly, no. As a complete package the One M8 wins out, but the Z2 still has a couple of things over its Taiwanese rival. A lot has been said about the camera on the M8, and in a straight spec shootout the Xperia Z2 beats it hands down with a 20.7MP snapper versus a lowly 4MP offering. ...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Goes for Evolution Over Revolution

The Samsung Galaxy S5 can be defined by one word: evolution. The camera has evolved to give clearer, faster snaps. The fitness-tracking abilities of the S5 are enhanced over the Galaxy S4 by packing in a more powerful S Health app and a dedicated heart rate monitor on the rear. A fingerprint scanner adds to the most secure Galaxy phone ever made. The battery is larger, the screen bigger and brighter, the processor quicker and the design altered. The spec sheet certainly doesn’t let it down: a 2.5GHz quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, a 2800mAh (removable) battery, 16 / 32GB ...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Reviews Are Mostly Positive

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is now in stores and the consumer is left wondering if they should get Samsung’s latest mobile flagship device. It should be a foregone conclusion that the Galaxy S5 is at least a capable device, but does it do anything to set itself apart from its competitors? Reviewers from all over the tech industry have spoken and they have mostly positive things to say about the device. Before we get into that though, the potential Galaxy S5 owner should know what they’re getting into. For starters, the S5 features a 5.1-inch 1080p display powered by a ...

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‘Hypercharger’ Juices Your Phone Twice as Fast as a Regular Battery

Battery life: It’s the wall our gadgets are always running up against. Today’s smartphones and tablets can do wonderful things, but staying connected and running apps consumes power, which is why portable batteries and charging cases are increasingly popular. There’s a trade-off with batteries, though: You can either have something big and bulky that charges your device fast, or something small that takes hours to finish juicing your gadget. Enter the LithiumCard, which recently completed a successful run on Indiegogo. The battery, which is about the same size as three credit cards stacked on top of each other, is a ...

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5 Reasons I’ll Miss My iPhone

Less than a decade ago, we were all asking ourselves, “Am I a Mac or a PC?” Now, with the rise of mobile technology it’s more like “Am I an iPhone or an Android?” The debate is heated, and both sides stand strong in their convictions, but it seems like some people may be deserting their iOS for Android devices. Break me off a piece of that KitKat operating system! Mashable’s very own Lamarr Wilson is taking the plunge and ditching his iPhone for the new Nexus 5. Check out the video above to see all the things he’ll miss ...

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Samsung Gear Fit Is Beautiful, Inside and Out

When Samsung announced its ultra-sleek Gear Fit device in February, tech journalists heralded the fitness tracker-smartwatch hybrid as the wearable we’ve been waiting for — something that’s easy on the eyes in a space filled with clunky products that only sort of hit the mark. Now that we’ve spent some time with the Gear Fit, which goes on sale Friday, April 11 for $199, we’re pleased to say those expectations line up with the real story. Unfortunately, the device is only compatible with about 20 Galaxy-branded devices, so you’re out of luck for now if you’re running iOS or have ...

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8 Creative Ways to Use Your Smartphone Underground

1. Edit Photos and Video Instagram makes photo editing quick and easy, but if you’re a perfectionist with time to kill, choose from a variety of apps that let you modify the smallest aesthetic details of a picture or video. Whether you’re sharing on Vine or posting to Facebook — once you’re no longer underground, of course — your smartphone snaps are sure to stand out. You can also give yourself a photography refresher on the go with Nikon Learn and Explore (Free). 2. Improve Your Vocabulary Use your extra train time to bolster (verb: to add to, support or ...

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iPhone 5s | Fly or Die

After some time to evaluate the recent upgrades to the Apple flagship phone, most notably the 64 bit processor and the camera software, John and Jordan give us a their verdict.  

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Why Did Apple Decide to Offer a Budget iPhone?

Since September, Apple’s iPhone event has sparked many questions about iOS mobile development. In the latest video of our Ask a Dev series, iOS architect Kevin Harwood provides answers to those questions, including why Apple chose to sell its “budget” iPhone 5C. He also offers helpful resources for those starting to develop iOS apps. The new Apple A7 system-on-a-chip found in every iPhone 5S is twice as fast as its A6 predecessor. The A7 also introduces twice the level of improvement on graphics performance, especially apparent in gaming, and it opens the door for apps to be made with faster and more powerful 64-bit chip architecture in the future. ...

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