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  • 21 Oct 2016
    Smartisan Uncovers Snapdragon 821-Powered M1 And M1L Handsets Smartisan is a China smart phone producer that most of you probably haven’t Smartisan M1 Figure Tourobserved about by now. This organization had launched a couple of mobile mobile phones thus far, and they usually consist of an original software (Smartisan OS) on their gadgets in order to distinguish from the remaining package. We’ve analyzed their leading, the Smartisan T2, quite lately, and the organization has now presented two new gadgets in China suppliers, the Smartisan M1 and M1L. Now, these two productsSmartisan M1 Figure Tour generally their new leading devices, which comes as a bit of a shock. Both of these to are motivated by the Snapdragon 821, and come with high-end requirements. That being said, let’s take a look at what these to have to offer, shall we. The Smartisan M1 and M1L actually look like the newest iPhone gadgets, at least when you look at them from the top side. The round home key is placed below the show, and the normal form of these two gadgets (identical design) also shouts ‘iPhone’, though factors are somewhat different when youSmartisan M1 Figure Tour turn them over, as the rear side looks very different. Let’s punch factors off with the Smartisan M1, shall we. This is small sized one of the two, this revolutionary product activities a 5.15-inch fullHD (1920 x 1080) JDI show, along with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 32GB of UFS 2.0 inner storage space. This cellphone is motivated by the Snapdragon 821 operating at 2.35GHz, while it comes with a 3,050mAh battery package (Quick Cost 3.0 included). The 23-megapixelMeizu M3S shooting (Sony’s IMX318 indicator, PDAF, OIS) is placed on the rear of this revolutionary product, and a 4-megapixel digicam (OmniVision’s sensor) can be found in advance. The Smartisan M1L, on the other hand, comes with a 5.7-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) show by Distinct, 4GB / 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 32GB / 64GB of UFS 2.0 storage space. This cellphone is also motivated by the Snapdragon 821 and it functions in a 4,080mAH battery package with Qualcomm’s Fast Cost 3.0. The 23-megapixel digicam by Sony models is also existing here (same indicator as on the Smartisan M1), while the front-facing digicam is also similar to the one on the Smartisan M1. Both of these mobileMeizu M3S mobile phones deliver with Smartisan OS which is set up on top of Android operating system, and both of them come with two new ipod nano SIM card spots (hybrid double SIM setup). The Smartisan M1 and M1L come in White-colored Flat Metal and Java Silver Set shade versions, while the Smartisan M1L has a third edition (6GB RAM + 64GB of storage) which comes with a ‘mirror finish’, though we don’t know Meizu Pro 6what exactly that means considering we haven’t seen that form of the system just yet. The Smartisan M1 is costing 2,499 Yuan ($371), while the two Smartisan M1L comes in three versions. The 3GB RAM + 32GB storage space style is costing 2,799 Yuan ($415), while the 6GB RAM + 64GB storage space style expenses 2,999 Yuan ($445). Now, the priciest style (6GB RAM + 64GB storage space & ‘mirror finish’) can be bought for 3,299 Yuan ($490).
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  • 15 Oct 2016
    WHo is the winner? The Huawei Partner 9 is a fresh and rather big Huawei smart phone offering top quality functions, set to launch in Nov 2016. Here's what we know so far about the Partner 9, such as specifications, speculation, how it analyzes to the old Partner 8 and the likely UK Samsung Note7 VS Lenovo Moto Zasking price and launch time frame. What is the Huawei Partner 9? Huawei's Partner mobile mobile phones are top quality phablets, or in other words, weakling large cell mobile phones packaging the very additional functions and top-end specifications. They're competitors to other big, expensive blowers such as Samsung's Universe Note variety. We experienced the great Huawei Partner 8 which hit the UK at the very start of 2016, although it was not quite perfect. This hand-filling 6-inch phablet featured stunning Samsung Note7 VS Lenovo Moto Zdesign work (a Huawei staple), and that all-metal structure loaded in some strong functions. Efficiency was sleek smooth and battery power was particularly amazing. However, the software was rather defective, which let down the excellent elements somewhat. It looks like the Partner 9 will generally enhance the specifications of the Partner 8 to bring it up up to now, while maintaining the mega-sized measurements and steel build. The Partner 9 will game a typically fashionable and sturdy complete, available in a variety of colors such as silver and light red. And inside you'll find some top quality elements, as you can see in the specifications graph below.
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  • 19 Jul 2015
    Anbo Dual 4G Smartphone- Metal Frame 2.5 D Glass Screen Phone Comes OutHave you ever seen this kind of phone? No? Yes, It’s our boardsforphones finds new phones: Anbo Dual 4G Smartphone, it owns Metal Frame and 2.5 D Glass Screen, Sounds very good, let’s see some photos.Anbo Dual 4G Smartphone 1The metal frame of this phone seems very beautiful, and it attracts us to buy. the phone’s screen is 2.5 D Glass Screen, from the photo we can see the screen is much more clear. and the phone is very thin.Anbo Dual 4G Smartphone 2From bottom we can see, the camera design is very special, and the phone’s design seems very perfect. it’s size is not big, but very suitable for us to take. I just can give these information to you, the performance and other details will give you in the next time.If you want to know more about recently mobile phones news, you can go to the website: here. meizu-mx5This website is very good. because they offer the cheap &valued & free shipping goods, the site is founded in 2003, already 12 years old! In the last, I also recommend a good phone: VIVO X5 MAXF, It is cheap and good.
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  • 04 May 2015
        Around the end of 2012, HTC was in dire straits. The HTC One X, S, and V were supposed to be a big change in HTC’s product lineup, and was supposed to do away with the confusing nomenclature and unfocused lineup. However, it seems that the device fell flat for a wide range of reasons. HTC needed to change their direction in a big way to prevent profits and revenue from slipping. At the time, it seemed quite possible that HTC would soon go out of business and/or be acquired by some other company. With the HTC One, we saw the beginning of a somewhat unprecedented revival from HTC, as they focused on truly impressive hardware innovation in the form of the first all-metal unibody, an Ultrapixel camera with OIS, and dual front-facing speakers with speaker protection amps. On the software side, we saw an incredibly restrained version of Sense that was a far cry from the rather overdone versions of Sense that we saw with Sense 3 and 4. The M8 was a refinement of the M7 in some ways, but distinctly different in others. Sense 6 was a continuation of Sense 5, which focused on improving design and functionality across the board. We saw a great deal of incremental improvements, such as the new Snapdragon 801 SoC, the louder speakers, and a new metal wraparound design on the back cover. However, in some ways we saw a lack of improvement. Some of the key areas where there was weakness include the rear camera, the somewhat poor ergonomics of the power button, and the slippery finish of the device. In mass use, it was also discovered that the camera lens often had a coating that was susceptible to scratching, and that these scratches significantly degraded camera quality. Overall, despite these issues due to the competitive landscape the M8 was still a strong recommendation. With 2015, HTC sought to fix all of these issues that were raised with the M8’s release. This brings us to the HTC One M9, which is best described as an evolution of the One M8. To get the basics out of the way, the spec sheet below should help with more details.   HTC One M8 HTC One M9 SoC MSM8974ABv3 2.26 GHz Snapdragon 801 MSM8994 2/1.5 GHz A57/A53 Snapdragon 810 RAM/NAND 2GB LPDDR3 16/32GB NAND + microSD 3GB LPDDR4 32GB NAND + microSD Display 5” 1080p LCD 5” 1080p LCD Network 2G / 3G / 4G LTE (Qualcomm MDM9x25 IP UE Category 4 LTE) 2G / 3G / 4G LTE (Qualcomm UE Category 7/9 LTE) Dimensions 146.36 x 70.6 x 9.35mm max, 160 grams 144.6 x 69.7 x 9.61mm max, 157 grams Camera 4.0 MP (2688 × 1520) Rear Facing with 2.0 µm pixels, 1/3" CMOS size, f/2.0, 28mm (35mm effective) and rear depth camera 5MP Front Facing, f/2.0 20MP Rear Facing w/ 1.12 µm pixels, 1/2.4" CMOS size, f/2.2, 27.8mm (35mm effective) 4MP Front Facing, 2.0 µm pixels, f/2.0 26.8mm (35mm effective) Battery 2600 mAh (9.88 Whr) 2840 mAh (10.79 Whr) OS Android 5 with Sense 6 Android 5 with Sense 7 Connectivity 802.11a/b/g/n/ac + BT 4.0, USB2.0, GPS/GNSS, MHL, DLNA, NFC 2x2 802.11a/b/g/n/ac + BT 4.1, USB2.0, GPS/GNSS, MHL, DLNA, NFC SIM Size NanoSIM NanoSIM Overall, the One M9 is mostly focused on internal and functional upgrades. In order to reduce the height of the phone, we see a move away from the DuoCam system that we saw with the M8, although HTC stated that they had not completely given up on the idea. The rear camera is a 20MP Toshiba T4KA7 sensor, which has a 1.12 micron pixel pitch. This seems to suggest that HTC is moving away from the concept of Ultrapixels, although it isn’t clear if we’ll see it make a return at some later date. As mentioned in the spec sheet, the optics do back off on aperture a bit to f/2.2, with a 27.8mm equivalent focal length. The cover lens is now made of sapphire in order to avoid scratches on the surface. Combined with the slight camera hump, it’s likely that we’re seeing the limitations of sensor size increases as increasing sensor size dictates an increase to the thickness of the optics unless the focal length is reduced. Reducing focal length also increases distortions, as can be seen by any extremely wide angle lens. Meanwhile there is no OIS on the rear camera, which is a bit disappointing. HTC seems to be focused on trying to make the best of this camera though, as it was mentioned that a professional mode will be available soon after launch for RAW photo capture for editing and processing in applications like Photoshop and Lightroom. In casual testing, I saw a dramatic improvement in daytime image quality, and features like HDR as seen above are dramatically improved from the One M8. In general there seem to be fewer issues with things like field curvature and other types of optical distortion along with drastically improved dynamic range, but in low light the results I saw were indicative of poor processing and tuning. HTC representatives stated that the camera tuning, especially in low light were far from final so it remains to be seen if these issues remain in the final product. It seems that the ImageChip 2 has also been deleted from the M9, although the reasons for this are not clear. On the design side of things, the hardware itself feels like a combination of the M7 and M9. HTC has put a great deal of effort into subtly refining the design, as the corners are no longer nearly as rounded as on the One M8, and the brushed finish has been significantly changed in texture and feel. Rather than a somewhat slick and smooth feel, the brushed finish now feels matte and has far more grip to it. The curved edge of the M8’s back cover has also been replaced with a hard edge, which does help with grip and makes for a somewhat dramatic transition on the silver/gold version, but it can be a bit uncomfortable in the hand. The front trim has also been improved, as the One M8’s speaker grilles have been replaced by a one-piece design that alleviates issues with uneven speaker grilles and other issues. It’s clear that this piece is still plastic, but the fit and finish overall is a good step up from the One M8. It is a bit disappointing that there is still a black bar on the bottom of the display, HTC representatives stated that this continues to be necessary to fit display drivers and other circuitry. In terms of overall ergonomics though we see a massive improvement as the power button has been moved to the side of the phone. It is a bit low though, and requires deliberate effort in order to press it rather than resting around where one’s thumb might be. I found that the power button was generally easy to distinguish from the volume rocker due to the textured finish, although the volume buttons are a bit more difficult to distinguish as they have the same texture and are only separated by position.
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Universe S8 pre-orders in Southern The philipines hit 720,000

 Universe S8 pre-orders in Southern The philipines hit 720,000 designs in a week

Another history strikes the dirt - the New new samsung Universe S8 pre-orders hit 720,000 designs for the first seven periods. The past best was 400,000 designs in 12 periods for now ceased Universe Note7.

Koh Dong-jin, New new samsung Cellular us president, said, that the Universe S8 “will be Samsung Galaxy S8 Specs
the first program to recover customers’ believe in and love. The industry response is better than expected.” The pre-order process will continue until Friday. Professionals declare that the wide range could achieve as much as 1 million designs, significant the Note7 2,5 periods.

Few of the new Universe S8 features that catch the eye are the in-house AI affiliate Bixby with an enthusiastic key, a defieicency of home key with the side represents signal moving on the back again and a absolutely Samsung S8 Clone executing eye reader, used from the Universe Note7.

Prices begin with $750 for the Universe S8, while the Universe S8+ is a hundred dollars more expensive.