Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Google Nexus X - Features

The 319 pound device will go on sale in November, and will also be the first device to feature Google's new 'Play Music Service,' the Telegraph reports.

According to the paper the service will allow users to synchronise up to 20,000 tracks they already own with any internet-connected device as well as buy tracks online in the same way that they can from Apple iTunes.
Google also announced the Nexus 4 mobile phone, made with LG, features a 4.7" screen, wireless charging and an enhanced camera.

According to the paper, the advanced camera allows users to create immersive panoramas covering all the angles they can see, in the same manner as Google's Streetview service.

Google Nexus 10 Bests iPad's Retina Display

The Nexus 7 is a new version of the Asus-made Nexus 7 that's been available since June. Really the only thing that's different is the amount of storage available and the price. Google upped the possible max storage to 32 GB. The 16-GB Wi-Fi version costs $199, the 32-GB Wi-Fi version costs $249 and the 32-GB Wi-Fi and HSPA+ costs $299.
The Nexus 10 is a brand new tablet manufactured from Apple-foe Samsung. There should be no doubt in anyone's mind that Samsung is hoping to appeal to consumers who lust after the Retina Display on Apple's iPad. The iPad 3 and 4 have 9.7-inch displays with 2048 x 1536 pixels.

Google Nexus 10 tablet features
Google announced a handful of new Nexus-branded products Monday, including the Nexus 4 smartphone, and the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets. With its new lineup of Nexus gear, Google is prepared to battle Apple for consumers' holiday dollars over the coming months.
The Nexus 4 is in fact a rebadged version of LG's Optimus G. It's a fine smartphone, and perhaps the best ever made by LG. Its best features are the incredible 1280 x 768 HD, 4.7-inch display; quad-core Snapdragon processor; and killer 8-megapixel camera. It is going to be sold unlocked, without carrier contracts for the extremely low price of $299. It can be purchased directly from Google starting November 13.

Pankaj Goyal

Team Techkiddy

Samsung ATIV will be launched by the end of November

With the introduction of Microsoft's Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 operating systems, Samsung debuts "ATIV", the new brand for its Windows-based devices which includes the ATIV SMART PC, ATIV Smart PC Pro, ATIV Tab, and ATIV S.

Samsung is one of very few companies that is capable of offering such a diverse product lineup and is committed to offering more choices based on the Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 platforms for consumers.

Samsung's ATIV devices are simple, powerful, and beautiful. Together, Samsung and Microsoft will provide users with an advanced, productive and creative experience with its ATIV devices. Its full lineup is designed for a simple user experience to share your work and ideas, as well as enjoy consuming content.

The device is expected to be launched by the end of november

Windows Phone 7.8 Upgrade will be announced Soon

Good News for Windows Phone Users 

Today Official Account of Nokia News on Google+ asking his fans

So what do you think of the new of Windows Phone 8 OS?? Did you watch the KeyNote earlier??  

After Upgrading to Windows Phone 7.8,the User Interface and appearance will be like that of Windows Phone 8

Team Coco Again Makes Fun Of Apple iPad Mini

Team Coco has released a new funny video poking fun at apple's ipad mini

Verizon Rebate form Shows $50 discount,revealed some new phones launched in November

Verizon's newest Mail-in-Rebate form shows several new phones that are expected to be released soon, or before November 21st.

First on the list is the LG Spectrum 2 model VS930, which will replace the original LG Spectrum VS920 that was released earlier this year. The LG Spectrum 2 recently showed up on the Best Buy web site, and may have a release date of November 3rd. Features of the device include a 4.7" 720x1280 IPS display, 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and an 8MP camera.

Next up is the Nokia Lumia 822 (in black, white and gray) which will be the first Windows Phone 8 device for Verizon. It was officially unveiled yesterday and will care a modest price of $99.99 with a 2-year contract, when it goes on-sale. Features include a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 4.3" 480x800 AMOLED display, 1GB RAM, 8GB of internal storage, and an 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics.

Lastly is the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere 2, which is a follow-up to the original Stratosphere. The new model will still have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but will also include a larger 4.3" Super AMOLED display, 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, and an 8MP camera.

Since this rebate form is only through November 21st, it ends the week before Black Friday, so we hope the next form to show the Samsung Galaxy Note II (which will be released on Nov 29th) and possibly the HTC DNA (DLX) that might be out around the same time.

Which Verizon phone are you most interested in buying?

Boot Up Screen Of Blackberry 10 Leaked

The Blackberry OS 10 has been different in many ways.It has some features that will really surprise you.
This time a picture leaked by twitter user which shows the boot up screen of Blackberry OS 10.
Blackberry 10 boot screen
As you can see the percentage indicator on the screen,which provides you much different look than what you see booting up your BlackBerry 7 device.
The device is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2013.

Blackberry 10 Battery Image
blackberry 10 battery

Samsung Galaxy Premiere i9260 Advertisement Leaked In China

It seems that Leaks related to Samsung galaxy premiere i9260 don't seem to stop.Few days ago phone was leaked in Taiwan NCC certification website.Although the full specifications and form factor of the phone was already leaked,but we don't have an exact release date of Samsung galaxy premiere.
This time phone has been spotted on a bus station in Guangzhou,China.There's no information provided about the release date,but if we believe in the fact that phone has started appearing in advertisement,the release date should be near.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Best Windows 8 Hidden Features

Windows 8 is full of awesome features and handy shortcuts, but what you may not know is that it's got a lot of handy, lesser-known settings under the hood. Here are 10 of Windows 8's best kept secrets.

10. Run Automatic Maintenance on a Schedule

Windows 8 Hidden FeaturesWindows 8 has a new feature that runs automatic maintenance tasks like software updates, security scanning, and other diagnostic tests daily. By default, it runs them at 3AM, of if you're using your computer, the next time your computer becomes idle. You can change this time in the Action Center, as well as tell Windows whether you want to wake your computer up to perform these tasks. You can also perform the maintenance manually from the Action Center, if you desire.

9. Customize the Apps in the Search Bar

When you start searching from the Start screen, you'll see a list of apps under the search bar. Click on one of them, and you'll search those same terms in that specific app. What you may not know is that you can tweak this list, removing and adding apps through Windows 8's settings. Bring up the Charms bar (with Win+C), click Settings, and go down to "Change PC Settings." From there, choose Search from the left sidebar, and turn off the apps you don't want taking up space in this menu.

8. Enable the Hidden "Aero Lite" Theme

Windows 8 Hidden FeaturesWhen Windows 8 was in the testing phases, it had an additional "Aero Lite" theme that took away some of the transparent glass features of Windows Aero. However, the final version of Windows 8 opted for a much more basic theme than the testing builds, so Aero Lite no longer shows up—however, you can still find it in the Themes folder on your computer. With a few small tweaks, you can re-enable it in your Personalization preferences. It isn't too different from the default themes, but it does give a slightly different look to the title button bars and some other small parts of the OS.

7. Enable the Secret Start Screen Animation

Windows 8 Hidden FeaturesWhen you first sign onto Windows 8, you get a very cool flow-y animation of all your tiles filling up the screen. After that, though, the Start screen has a much more toned-down animation. If you want to enable the cooler animation for every launch of the Start screen, you can do so with a simple Registry tweak. You can also customize certain settings for the animation too, which is pretty cool.

6. Customize More Icons in Windows Explorer

Windows 8 Hidden FeaturesRemember in Windows 7, when you created a library, it had that ugly, nondescript icon? And you had to go through somecomplicated process to change it? Well, Windows 8 now lets you customize your Library icons right from its settings. Just right-click on the Library, go to Properties, and you should see the option to change the library's icon right at the bottom. Bonus tip: If Windows Explorer's Favorites icon is getting in your way in the sidebar, you can right-click on the sidebar to hide it (sadly, you can't do the same for Libraries, Homegroup, or other annoying icons).

5. Create and Name App Groups on the Start Screen

When you first open up the Start screen, you'll notice that some of your apps are in their own "groups." You can create your own groups just by dragging an app's tile to an empty space on the Start screen—it'll create its own group. If you want to name your groups—say, for "Work," "Games," and so on—you can do so by clicking the small button in the bottom-right corner of the screen and right-clicking on the groups.

4. Take Faster Screenshots

For a long time, Windows had an absurd screenshot shortcut in which you had to press Print Screen, then open up an app like Paint or the GIMP and paste in your screenshot from the clipboard. Well, no more! Now, if you press Win+Print Screen (or Win+Volume Down on a tablet), Windows will take a screenshot of your screen and automatically save it in your Pictures folder as a PNG file. It still isn't as powerful as something like Skitch, but if you only need the occasional screenshot, it's nice to see a simpler shortcut built in to the OS.

3. Tweak the Number of Rows on the Start Screen

Windows 8 Hidden FeaturesBy default, the Start screen fills your monitor up with as many rows of tiles as it can fit, up to 6 rows. If you'd like to lower that number—maybe you have a particularly cool background, or your groups just aren't that big—you can tweak this number by editing the Registry. Unfortunately, this doesn't seem to let you pack more tiles onto smaller monitors, but it's a cool little tweak if you want to give your Start screen a more minimal look.

2. Hide Recent Files from Your Jump Lists

Jump Lists were a great addition in Windows 7 that helped boost your productivity, but their "Recent Items" feature were a possible privacy concern—say, if there were documents or files you didn't want others to know you had viewed. Windows 8 lets you customize Jump Lists more than Windows 7, giving you the option to hide recently opened items and recently opened programs. To access the preferences, just right-click on the Taskbar, go to Properties, and click the Jump Lists tab.

1. Get More Out of Your Multiple Monitors

If you have multiple monitors, you've probably noticed that Windows extends your taskbar across both screens. It does more than just that, though: you can press Win+PgUp to move your current app to your left monitor, and Win+PgDn to move it to the right monitor. In addition, if you go to the Desktop Background section of your Personalization settings, you can right-click on any individual wallpapers and choose which monitor you'd like it to show up on. Of course, if you like things the old way, you can also turn off the dual taskbar in Taskbar Properties.


Sunday, October 28, 2012

Android - Redefining Yourself

Android is a Linux-based operating system designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers, developed by Google in conjunction with the Open Handset Alliance. Initially developed by Android Inc, whom Google financially backed and later purchased in 2005,Android was unveiled in 2007 along with the founding of the Open Handset Alliance, a consortium of 86 hardware, software, and telecommunication companies devoted to advancing open standards for mobile devices.
Google releases the Android code.

Android robot.svg
Android Sign

The World’s Most Popular Platform

Millions of people already use Android because it makes your mobile device so much more powerful and useful. On Android, the home screen, web browser, email and everything in between are designed to make your life easier. And because Android is open, you can create a unique mobile experience that’s just right for you.



Your stuff, always available, no wires needed

When you sign in to your phone or tablet with Google, you can access all of your Google stuff (contacts, photos, Gmail and more) quickly and easily. You can also enjoy all of your favorite entertainment across your Android devices and even your computer — no wires, no syncing.


Play everywhere you go

Google Play is the easiest way to enjoy all your favorites — no wires, no hassle, just pure entertainment. You can now read, listen and watch anywhere you want — on your tablet, phone, or in any browser at Forget about cables and syncing: your favorite music, movies, books, apps and games are instantly available across all of your devices and on the web.


With Android, you can quickly and seamlessly switch between apps and pick up whatever you were doing. Juggling multiple tasks at once on a mobile device has never been easier.


Voice typing and actions
Control your Android device with your voice. Simply touch the microphone on the keyboard and start talking to write emails, SMS, or any other text — more than 30 languages supported. Text appears in real time, so there’s no waiting.
Photos and videos
Capture special moments with great photos and videos, explore your shots and quickly share your favorites in any way that you want.

Courtesy: Google Inc.
Pankaj Goyal 
Stay Tuned...

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Galaxy Note GT-N5100/5110 passed the DLNA Authentication against apple iPad Mini?

The 7-Inches Galaxy Note-N5100/5110 have passed the DLNA certification,dated 16 october

The GT-N5110 is a wifi-3G model it we going through the model number rules so far

Source1 Source2

Friday, October 26, 2012

From Where Can I Download Windows 8

Microsoft today released Windows 8 to the world.

If you have a computer that running either Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7, you may head over to to buy your own upgrade copy of Windows 8 Pro (Professional) edition for $39.99 (or 1,999 if you are in India). This is an extremely reasonable price and it will stay valid until January, 2013.

Prior to releasing the full version of Windows 8, Microsoft had offered a release preview edition that allowed enthusiasts to evaluate the new software before making the switch. Now that Windows 8 final is available, the release preview edition has been pulled from the Microsoft website.

Would you like to download and try the full edition of Windows 8 on your computer before buying a copy?

That said, if you would like to try out Windows 8 before buying the upgrade pack, here’s an easy way. Go to, scroll to the bottom of the page and you’ll find links to download the 90-day trial edition of Windows 8. Microsoft provides these evaluation copies for developers but even consumers can download them for trying Windows 8.
Download Link

A word of caution though. These are evaluation copies that will expire after 90 days and cannot be upgraded to the final edition. You should therefore create a bootable Windows 8 DVD from the evaluation ISOs and either set them up in a dual-boot environment or, better still, setup a Virtual Machine.

Pankaj Goyal
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Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display

Apple used the WWDC keynote to announce more details of Mountain Lion - the next version of its Mac operating system, which is released next month - and iOS 6, the latest update to the operating system that powers the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. But the most groundbreaking announcement was the new MacBook Pro with a 'Retina' display.
What WWDC demonstrated was how, after several years of rapid expansion into new product areas, Apple’s products are now starting to come together again. Mountain Lion and iOS 6 share plenty of features, particularly the iCloud integration that allows content to flow freely from, say, smartphone to laptop.
Meanwhile, Apple’s MacBooks are starting to show the influence of iOS devices in numerous ways, whether it’s gesture controls on trackpads, high resolution displays or the fact that the computers are more likely to be sealed units, not upgradeable by users once they leave the shop.
Phil Schiller, Apple's product marketing chief, unveils the new MacBook Pro at WWDC in San Francisco.
Phil Schiller, Apple's product marketing chief, unveils the new MacBook Pro 
Apple is not the first to do these things but it is doing them with an elegance and simplicity that many of its competitors struggle to imitate.
The screen on Apple's new flagship laptop, the MacBook Pro with Retina display, has to be seen to be believed. At 2880 x 1800 pixels, it can deliver double the screen resolution of the previous MacBook Pro and the difference is like putting on a pair of glasses for the first time.
Text looks as if it is printed onto the glass and pictures are extraordinarily sharp. There will be plenty who say that you don't need this kind of resolution but once you have tried it, you won't want to give it up.
Photographers and video editors will find the resolution especially useful. The screen can display a full 1080 video image and still have three million pixels to spare, meaning that tasks that used to require a much larger screen are now practical on a laptop of this size.
The screen has fewer reflections than previous models and offers a wide viewing angle. However, many apps will need to be updated to take full advantage of the new resolution and, as with the new iPad, browsing on this machine quickly reveals the low quality of images on most websites.
It is the screen that will grab the headlines but this is a powerful computer too. Its specifications match, and in some areas exceed, those of the standard 15-inch MacBook Pro and yet it is thinner and lighter than the 13-inch model. I've used an 11-inch MacBook Air as my main computer for a year now so this new machine feels like a cinema display sitting in my lap. But it took just a brief comparison with my old 15-inch MacBook Pro to make me realise just how much the machine has slimmed down.
Conversely, after a few hours using the new MacBook Pro, the 11-inch Air then feels impossibly small. Switching between the two machines, as I've been doing for the last couple of days, can be disorientating.
Apple has changed the way it builds its machines in order to make this new slimline Pro possible. The display is built-in to the unibody construction, reducing weight and thickness, while the cooling system uses asymmetrical fans to reduce noise.

Pankaj Goyal
Shared Via: The Telegraph

Samsung Galaxy Premiere GT-I9260 Pictures leak

The images of the samsung galaxy premiere are leaked and these pictures show the every side of device.The device looks very similar to the Galaxy S III from the front but has a chrome strip around the bezel

The phone will have 4.65 inch Super Amoled display with 1280 x 720 resolution and having a dual core 1.5Ghz processor,8 Mpx Camera,8GB or 16GB of internal storage with microSD card slot,Android 4.1 and phone will also have NFC

Price of 32GB Google Nexus 7 with 3G Leaks Out

Latvian Store 1a started taking pre-orders for the 32GB Google Nexus 7 with 3G connectivity.
The 16GB Google Nexus 7 priced at 169 Latvian Lats(€240 Euro) or $311.45 U.S. Dollars..
The 32GB 3G Google Nexus 7 is priced at 219 Latvian Lats (€312 Euro) or $404 U.S. Dollars.

Expected price of 32GB 3G Model in United States

Now lets take the 16GB model which is priced at $249 at the moment in the Google Play Store (it is expected to drop to $199 when the 32 GB Wi-Fi model launches) and we can see that at $311.45, there is a 25% premium. We remove that premium from the $403.60 and we get a figure closer to $300.

So based on our computation, the 32GB 3G model of the Google Nexus 7 could be priced at about $300 in the United States. That would seem to fit in to the current tablet ecosystem.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Get The New YouTube Interface in Less Than 30 Seconds

If you are getting bored from the old design of youtube,and you can't wait for youtube to roll-out their latest design.There's pretty simple hack provided by OMG!Chrome! which gives you fresher looking youtube in less than 30 seconds

Here are the simple quick steps:

1) Open Google Chrome and go to,Once the page has been fully loaded and with chrome in focus hit Ctrl+Shift+J and hit Alt+Cmd+J if you are using Mac OS X.

For Firefox you have to hit Ctrl+Shift+K

For Opera You have to hit Ctrl+Shift+I

For Safari you have to enable the "Develop" menu if you haven't already:
- go to Safari Preferences > Advanced and check "Show Develop menu in the menu bar"
- in the Develop menu select Web Inspector and go to the Console tab

For Internet Explorer hit F12 to bring up Developer Tools and go to the Console tab

2) After this Console has been opened

3) Now you have to enter this line of code


4) Hit the enter key and refresh the page,and you are loaded with the new design of youtube.

And if the above code didn't work for you,Here is the alternate code 

document.cookie="VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE=jZNC3DCddAk; path=/;";window.location.reload();

This upgrade brings a Google search bar at the top of each page, a video counter for subscriptions along the lefthand column, and profile pictures next to users’ comments.

Do you Like The New YouTube Look?Share Your Views In the Comments Below

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Sony Xperia E and Xperia E Dual Leak,Marked as New Entry Level Handsets

After the leaks of Sony's Top Level Handsets (Sony Xperia Odin and Sony Xperia Yuga),Indonesian Site Postel has leaked the Entry Level Handsets of Sony i.e Sony Xperia E and Sony Xperia E Dual.

The Codename for Sony Xperia E is NanHu SS and codename for Sony Xperia E Dual is NanHu DS which is dual sim handset.

Both the Handsets will bel powered by 1 Ghz Single-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM7227A chipsets with Adreno 200 graphics and will run on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich with 320 x 480 pixel display

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

LG,Samsung to launch Full HD smartphones in 2013

LG and Samsung will be launching smartphones with Full HD LCD and AMOLED displays,with the resolution more than 400ppi in the First Half of 2013.

In comparison, Apple's iphone 5 has a retina display,with a pixel density of 326ppi.

Earlier in May, LG Display (LGD) unveiled a five-inch display panel with a density of 440 ppi for smartphones at an exhibition of the International Meeting on Information Display (IMID). LG Electronics will be manufacturing full HD smartphones in H1 next year, using the 440-ppi display panel supplied by LGD.

Samsung Electronics also plans to purchase full HD AMOLED display panels from Samsung Display to load them on its smartphones to be marketed in H1 next year. So far, the Galaxy Nexus (316 ppi) has had screen display with the highest level of ppi among smartphones launched by Samsung, but the screen display to be loaded on the new smartphone model will feature a pixel density over 400 ppi.

However Samsung and LG may face tough competition from other manufacturers,Because HTC unveiled the first smartphone i.e HTC J Butterfly with Full HD display and phone will be available in Japanese market by December.

Sony will also roll out the C650X Odin, a smartphone with five-inch HD displays, in around December.

Monday, October 22, 2012

HTC 8X will launch on November 2,HTC 8S on November 15

UK retailer confirmed the launch date and price of HTC Windows 8X and HTC 8S in UK.HTC 8X will launch on November 2 while HTC 8S will launch on November 15.

HTC 8X is priced at £399.98 inclusive of all taxes and HTC 8S at £224.99.

Specifications of HTC Window 8X
Qualcomm S4 1.5 Ghz Dual-core processor
4.3 inch 720p S-LCD2 screen with Gorilla Glass
8 megapixel camera with auto focus, LED flash, and BSI sensor (for better low-light captures)

Specifications of HTC 8S
The Windows Phone 8S packs a less impressive specs sheet, featuring a 4" WVGA screen, lower-clocked Krait-powered processor and 5 MP camera

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Magic Vs Technology - Funny !!

Its an interesting question. What wins in a battle of Magic vs Technology. Sure a lot of people could say "Magic is magic there's just something about it that can't be beaten its mystical." But when you break it down how much different are there results?
I'll use Samus and Master Chief as examples of the technology side.
  • Magic Users can cast multitudes of projectiles. Fire, Ice, Lightning ect.
  • Samus can shoot Plasma, Ice, Wave ect.
  • Magic Users can cast Barriers to protect themselves.
  • Technology can grant advanced armors and shielding. Or even better the Lamda Driver which is a thought based energy shielding system.
  • Magical Abilities are powered by Mana.
  • Technology is powered by Energy/Electricity whatever.
  • Magic Users can use Stat changing abilities making the target stronger.
  • Technology can grant cybernetics, enhancements, steroids, Power Suits.
  • Magic Users can use Stat changing abilities making the target weaker
  • Technology has Chemical Warfare.
  • Magic users can create armies of soliders
  • Technology can clone armies of soliders

  • Magic users can manipulate minds
  • Technology can brain wash and also manipulate minds (Ex. Psi Emitters in Starcraft)
  • Magic users can be Psychic
  • Technology can grasp Psychic enhancements like the Ghosts in Starcraft, Zero System in Gundam Wing ect
To me Magic and Technology are pretty much even. Its just a matter of who posses the superior technology or magical abilities. A fireball to the face or a bullet to the head are both going to kill you. Its not like Magic or Technology is unbeatable anyways. The Zerg proved that when both Terran Technology and Protoss Magic/Technology were soundly defeated.
So lets get a good discussion here a balance on both sides. Pro's and Con's of Magic vs Technology. I think it could be interesting. But then again it might just not get one reply haha.
Pankaj Goyal
Have a Nice weekend...Readers.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Google Nexus 10 Confirmed by Image on Picasa

Google Nexus 10 leaked on picasa

There was rumor in the market that Google is manufacturing a 10 inch tablet which is known to be Google Nexus 10.But Picasa confirmed the news that Google nexus 10 actually exists,The evidence comes in the form of photo which was leaked on picasa.

The image was captured using Google Nexus 10 on October 15, and google chooses samsung as its partner.
The device comes with a screen which will surpasses the pixel density of the new ipad's retina display-a screen with a resolution of 2560*1600 pixels,which results in an amazing pixel density of 299ppi
Google Nexus 10 tablet is expected to launch in 2013


Acer Iconia Tab A110 Hits The US and Canadian Market On October 30 For $230

Acer has finally announced the pricing and launch date of Iconia Tab A110 for the US and Canadian Market.The Tab will be launching on October 30 and will be priced at $229.99 

Acer Iconia A110

  • 7 inch multi touch screen with 1024*600 resolution
  • Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core processor
  • 7.5 hours of battery life
  • 8 GB internal memory with a microSD card slot,1 GB of RAM
  • Android 4.1
  • Weighs only 390 gm and less than a half inch slim

Bottom Line:
At $230, the 8GB A110 is $30 higher than the Nexus 7 with equal storage, which will be its primary competitor. However, there's a tradeoff: you'll also get an option to expand the storage thanks to the microSD card slot, as well as HDMI out - both of which are lacking on the Nexus 7. With that said, the A110's paltry 1024x600 display can't begin to compare to the N7's 1280x800 screen. That tradeoff may be worthwhile for anyone who has been waiting for another 7" Jelly Bean tablet with a microSD card slot.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

HTC J Butterfly Unveiled in Japan

There were rumors in the market,that HTC is developing a smartphone with Full HD display(1080p) and the rumor is finally come true.
HTC has showcased the HTC J Butterfly in Japan and it is the first smartphone to have a Full HD display

Breathtaking Display:5 inch super LCD3 screen with a resolution of 1920*1080,which provides pheneomenal pixel density of 440ppi
Dimesnions:143mm*71*9.1mm and weighs only 140g
Processor:It runs on a Quad-Core qualcomm APQ8064 S4 Processor 
Storage:16GB internal memory which can be extended by microSD card slot and 2GB of RAM
Camera:8 Megapixel Camera which provides 1080p recording and the front camera is of 2MPx.
Phone also supports LTE and NFC ,The screen of the phone is also dustproof and water resistant(IPX 5)
The phone shipped with Android 4.1 jelly bean

Despite of such strong specifications,the battery of phone is only 2020 mAh

The HTC J Butterfly will release in december in Japan and the phone will be available in three colors:red,white and black

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Full HD Display in Smartphones Could Go Mainstream Next year

The Mobile Industry always Loves Big Numbers as this is the main criteria which helps them to convince their prospective consumers that this device is better than another.

With the advent of Full HD display(1920*1080) for Smartphones,we could see many smartphones in coming months with Full HD display.

Japanese giant Sharp announced that it’s starting mass-production of 5 inch smartphone displays with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) this month.
At 443 PPI, the new displays have the highest pixel density ever achieved on a smartphone screen.

Japan Display Inc. (JDI) also starts the production of 5.0-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) this month, meaning that they should make it to shelves new devices in 2013.
JDi said that 5.0-inch full-HD, 443 ppi modules can deliver around 2.3 times more information to the user at a time when compared to the 720HD (720x1280 pixels) screens, and that the use of IPS technology provides wider viewing angles than before.

Market Research firm Display Search also said that from the beginning of next year,we could see some smartphones with 400ppi resolution.

How it Starts?
  • With the release of iPhone 5 having 1136*640(326ppi) display,apple opened the era of high resolution display.
  • Consumers required full browsing on smartphones with Full HD content
  • The popularization of 4-generation Ultra fast Long Term Evolution (LTE)Network seems to be the major reason for the Full HD display.
The previous authentication and leak information,confirmed the presence of the following nine eight HD smartphones: