Specs and release date of the new HTC 10

HTC will be having a press event for their new HTC 10 on the 12th of April and seems like
the release date for the device will be this coming 15th of April.  Based to a latest report, HTC will start offering their new HTC 10 smartphone a few days after the handset is introduce.

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HTC 10 featured a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB RAM, also comes with storage options that can be expand with the help of microSD slot. Furthermore, the device comes with 5.1inch Super LCD display with QHD resolution of 2560x1440px and a 3000mAh battery, also a high end camera at the back and front that has 12 megapixels it is not clear as yet on whether the cameras have the exact same sensor and features. The new HTC 10 comes with the latest version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Quick Charge 3.0 shortage of Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge features Qualcomm Quick Charge, which was also on the
Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge
Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, however the Samsung has not incorporate the newest Quick charge 3.0. Just like their predecessors, the Samsung Galaxy S7 feature with Quick Charge 2.0 which is superb in itself, however still not the most recent version of the technology that enables you to charge your device batter in a few minutes. It is rarely an offer and might not be worth talking about at all if Samsung was not recognized for selecting the very finest specifications for its flagship smartphones. Samsung company surely had time to put the Quick Charge 3.0 in to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge with the technology ready for more or less six months.

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All the questions can be found in the two versions of Samsung newest handset flagships. The international Samsung Galaxy S7 boost with Sammy’s own Exynos 8890 processor, which does not support Quick Charge 3.0, while the U.S version feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, it seems like the Samsung down want to undersell if own processor or maybe they wanted more equal specs with the two versions of the Samsung S7.

What can you say about these smartphones? Share your thoughts at the comment section.

Let’s talk about this 4US Dollar Smartphone

Still looking for an affordable smartphone, then let’s talk about this pocket dynamite

Indian phone space is in major trouble as a fine month old company releases the world cheapest smartphone and you read it right the WORLD CHEAPEST SMARTPHONE. The freedom 251 priced at a jaw dropping $4 dollar and launched by Ringing bells last February 17.

Runs with an Android Lollipop 5.1 operating system, powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, it enabled you to access to all applications offered on Google Play store. The camera has 3.2 megapixel and comes with 8GB internal storage. Also has a one-year warranty from the company.

It is not clear how Ringing Bells has been able to produce a smartphone this unbelievable cheap, but reports said that the Narenda Modi government might be subsidizing the phone manufacturer under its flagship “Make it India” program. Possibly that why the Freedom 251 comes with preinstalled applications for some of Modi’s pet projects such as the Swachh Brahat and Woman’s Safety. Ringing Bells will sell the handset via 650 suppliers in India.

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There are also cheap smartphones available in India but not that cheap as the Freedom 251. The Alcatel Fire C which uses Firefox OS and has a price tag of Rs.1729 or approximately 25 US dollar. And other low end smartphones in Asia’s third largest economy range between Rs. 2,000 and Rs. 3,000 that also from India.

According to Ringing Bells the Freedom 251 will “empower citizens, even in the remotest rural and semi-urban centres of India, with the latest in digital technology at incredible affordable prices and cascade knowledge, news and current issues so that all experience the confidence of inclusive growth and equal opportunity”.

As for now the booking for the Freedom 251 is closed. Did you manage to book for the handset?

New affordable phablet smartphone LG introduce the LG Stylus 2

Less than a week from today the begin of Mobile World Congress also known as MWC, and
like the previous major tech even before it, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, organizations are commencing to make merchandise ads ahead of the big event.

The LG launched their newest addition to its Stylus fam with budget-friendly phablet smartphones. The Stylus 2 will ship later this year, this phablet smartphone equipped with a 5.7 inch 720p display, Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor clocked at 1.2Ghz, 1.5GB RAM, a 16GB internal storage that can be expand via microSD slot, huge battery life with 3000mAH and this device runs with Android Marshmallow.

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In the press release, LG notes that the Stylus 2 will ship with a few of pen improvements to its typical Android skin, such as a feature called Pen Keeper that will alert the user when their phone is in movement yet the accompanying stylus is not properly put in its bay.

As stated, LG has yet to publicizes the price and availability of the new Stylus 2. The original Stylus was never released in Canada even though the similarity set G Stylo did make its way to the Great White North of Wind Mobile.

LG fans will surely wait for this release of the new Stylus 2 phablet smartphone. What is your thought about this device? Share it below in the comment section.

Intex released Aqua Craze low cost smartphone with LTE and 8MP Camera at RS 6,190

The India based phone manufacturer which is the Intex, released a budget friendly
smartphones over the past few months. Lately, the manufacturer showed two cheap 4G LTE enabled smartphones, the Intex Aqua Raze and the Intex Aqua Wing which cost RS 4,599 and RS 5,199. Now, Intex released a new Android smartphone which targeted consumer who don’t want to spent lots of money on devices. The new phone will come out on Indian market at RS 6,190.

Based to Sanjay Kumar Kalirona, the Intex Technology MobileBusiness Head, “the new Aqua Craze is a brilliant device from the house of Intex and is a true delight for the consumers. The affordable 4G smartphone has features which will leave the consumers to spell bound. Indian company is honoured and delighted that this latest offering from Intex has been launched by the Honorable Secretary. This will surely act as an impetus for us and encourage us further in our Made in India journey.”

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With regards of technical specifications Aqua Craze comes with a 5-inch IPS display with HD (720 x 1280) resolution and 294 ppi pixel density, while the processing tasks are handled by a 64-bit quad-core MediaTek MT6735P chipset running at 1 GHz and mated with a Mali-T720 GPU and 1GB of RAM. The terminal comes with dual SIM dual standby and comes pre-loaded with Android 5.1 Lollipop customized with Intex’ proprietary interface. On the back of the terminal there’s an 8 MP main shooter with LED flash, while the front panel has 2 MP secondary camera which is good enough for video calling and selfies. It also supports 8 GB of internal storage and support for microSD cards up to 32 GB.

 There are quite a few per-installed apps such as Opera Mini, Clean Master, Newshunt, Myntra, Chaatz and more apps. In terms of connectivity, Aqua Craze arrives with 4G LTE, HSPA+, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, GPS/A-GPS, and microUSB 2.0. All these are kept alive by a 2,500 mAh battery which, according to the company, should be able to get the device through a full day of normal usage. Intex’s latest phone is 143.5 mm tall, 71.4 mm wide, and 8.95 mm thin and it will be available in three colors: Grey, White and Champagne Gold.

Affordable and Ideal smartphones to buy this year

CES event was held last January 2016, where they introduced mobile phones which are 
not only with high quality but also affordable.

People wants to buy a very good phone but we know that those phones are very pricey. But now, even average people can buy a handset with many good features with low price. There are handsets this year that can be purchase that costs less than $200.

Usually, when we say good handset, Apple iPhone, Samsung galaxy and some LG devices will come to our mind. Because of so many phones with good features, users go for the lesser known brands.

To know which handset is good for you is to know the internal memory, RAM and the processor.

The first in the list is the Moto G which costs below $200.

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Next is the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3, which the 2000mAh battery is the only problem. The price of this phone is $179.

The third phone is the Asus ZenFone2 which cost you $199. It is available in black, silver, gold, red and other colors in future.

Moto e 2015 is another mobile phone which cost only for $149.

Fake mobile phones cause serious health treat according from experts

Fake mobile phones can cause great hazards of brain ailments. Selling of fake mobile
phones continues in several parts on the country, because of this, IT experts and Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRA) gave warning.

An official from the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) said, “We have reports of fake mobiles being sold in the country and our teams confiscate them on a regular basis.”

Copy of Samsung’s model like Grand, Note Series such as the Edge can be bought from R075 to R0100. These fake mobile phone usually sold at small outlets. The minor difference in size, display et cannot be seen by an untrained eyes.

TRA has circulated an SMS that gives warning to people about these phones as they are health hazards.

A TRA official said, “We have received some complaints about such fake phones. They pose a severe threat to health.”

Fake phones are not capable to control radiation because they are made of cheap materials.

Dr Sandeep D’Souza, medical director of Al Hayat International Hospital in Ghubra, said, “Radiation levels from fake mobile phones are much higher, which cannot be tolerated by the body. The radiation can affect the brain. Moreover, they can explode while charging and in extreme temperatures.”
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Nadra al Amri, IT security consultant at Protiviti, said, “The major issue with fake mobile phones is that they they’re not tested for compliance with industry safety standards and even worse, they’re mostly manufactured from cheap materials and some contain harmful levels of dangerous elements such as lead. “We have also heard of mobile phone batteries exploding.  This is due to flaws in the design or assembly of their batteries. There are also other poor features associated with fake mobile phones. They usually have inoperable speakers, low-resolution camera and slow and old processors that result in very poor network connectivity. The public should be well aware and only purchase approved devices which comply with European standards to safeguard their health.”

Sangeetha Sridhar, eGovernment consultant, Information Technology Authority, added, "In a cost-conscious market it is tough to control the proliferation of duplicate devices that come with very low price tags. But when spurious devices are sold as originals, it is time for authorities such as TRA and PACP to do the needful in terms of actions and awareness to protect the mobile user.

“Duplicate devices are made up of cheap components, sensors and power circuits. Sensors may not cut off circuits at dangerous operational levels. Components made of cheap plastics emanate unhealthy chemicals when heated up. Batteries may also blow up randomly. Performance such as signal range may be affected.”

That is the big threat in buying fake mobile phones, For getting a very cheap phone with a high risk to your health better think again
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