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Sunday, July 21, 2013

Sony Xperia i1

General Information
ModelXperia i1
Form FactorCandybar
Dimensions144 x73.9 x8.30 MM
Operating FrequencyGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / UMTS / LTE MHz
Touch ScreenYes, Capacitive Touchscreen

Display Details
Display Color5 Inch, LCD, 16M Colors
Display SizeSony Xperia i1 has a display size of 1080 x 1920 px
Display FeaturesMulti Touch Screen, Shatter proof and scratch-resistant glass, Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2
SensorsAccelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Light sensor, Proximity sensor

CameraYes, Primary: 20 megapixels, LED Flash, Secondary: 2 megapixels (1600 x 1200 Pixels), (1920x1080 (1080p HD))
Camera Res.4472 x 4472 Pixels 
ZoomYes, Digital Zoom
Video RecordingYes, 1920x1080 (1080p HD)@30fps, Digital image stabilization
Video PlayerYes, Video Formats: MPEG4, H.264, H.263, WMV, Video Streaming
Camera FeaturesAuto focus, Touch to focus, Digital image stabilization, Face detection, Geo tagging, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR), Image Viewer

JavaYes, MIDP 1.0
BrowserYes, HTML5
Operating SystemAndroid, v4.2, Jelly Bean

Call Records
Phone BookYes, Practically Unlimited
Missed CallsYes, Practically Unlimited
Received CallsYes, Practically Unlimited
Dialed CallsYes, Practically Unlimited

Internal Memory2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM
External MemoryYes, Up to 64 GB
Memory SlotYes, microSD Card

SMSYes, Threaded View, Predictive Text Input
EmailYes, IMAP, POP3, SMTP, Microsoft Exchange, Push E-mail
Social Networking ServicesFacebook, Twitter, Picasa, YouTube (upload), Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail

Ring ToneMusic ringtones, Polyphonic ringtones, Vibration
FMYes, Stereo FM, RDS
MusicYes, Music Formats: MP3, FLAC, WMA, WAV, Loudspeaker, 3.5mm, Audio Streaming

GPRSYes, Up to 107 kbps
BluetoothYes, v4.0, A2DP
Wirless ProtocolYes, Wi-Fi 802.11, a/b/g/n, Mobile Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct
PortYes, USB Port, microUSB 2.0
EdgeYes, Up to 296 kbps
3GYes, LTE, Cat3 50Mbit/s 100Mbit/s, HSDPA, 42Mbit/s, HSUPA, 5.8Mbit/s
GPSYes, with A-GPS
CPUYes, Quad core 2200 MHz Krait 400, Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 800, GPU: Adreno 330
SalespackHandset, Battery, Charger, Earphone, USB Cable, User Manual, Warranty Card
Other FacilitiesCalendar, To-Do, Document viewer, Calculator

Connectivity :

Black, White

Also Known As :
Sony Xperia i1 Honami

Special Features :
Voice Memo, Voice dialing, Voice commands

Motorola Moto X

General Information
ModelMoto X
Form FactorCandybar
Operating FrequencyGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / UMTS 900 / 2100 MHz
Touch ScreenYes, Capacitive Touchscreen

Display Details
Display Color4.7 Inch, TFT, 16M Colors
Display SizeMotorola Moto X has a display size of 720 x 1280 px
Display FeaturesMulti Touch Screen
SensorsAccelerometer, Compass, Proximity sensor

CameraYes, Primary: 10 megapixels, LED Flash, Secondary: 20 megapixels (1600 x 1200 Pixels)
Camera Res.4032 x 2480 Pixels 
ZoomYes, Digital Zoom
Video RecordingYes, 1920x1080 (1080p HD)@30fps
Video PlayerYes, Video Formats: MPEG4, H.264, H.263, WMV
Camera FeaturesTouch to focus, Face detection, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR), Image Viewer

JavaYes, MIDP 1.0
BrowserYes, HTML5
Operating SystemAndroid, v4.2.2, Jelly Bean

Call Records
Phone BookYes, Practically Unlimited
Missed CallsYes, Practically Unlimited
Received CallsYes, Practically Unlimited
Dialed CallsYes, Practically Unlimited
Internal Memory2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM
External MemoryYes, Up to 32 GB
Memory SlotYes, microSD Card

SMSYes, Threaded View, Predictive Text Input
EmailYes, Push E-mail
Instant MessagingYes, Google Talk
Social Networking ServicesFacebook, Twitter, YouTube (upload), Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail

Ring ToneMusic ringtones, Polyphonic ringtones, Vibration
MusicYes, Music Formats: MP3, AAC+, WMA, WAV, Loudspeaker, 3.5mm

BluetoothYes, v4.0, A2DP
Wirless ProtocolYes, Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n, Mobile Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct
PortYes, USB Port, microUSB 2.0
3GYes, LTE
GPSYes, with A-GPS
CPUYes, Dual core 1700 MHz Krait, Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8960Pro Snapdragon, GPU: Adreno 320
SalespackHandset, Battery, Charger, Earphone, USB Cable, User Manual, Warranty Card
Other FacilitiesCalendar, To-Do, Alarm, Document viewer, Calculator


Saturday, July 6, 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note 800

Samsung Galaxy Note 800

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is comfortable to hold and has the best-looking small tablet screen yet. Writing with the S Pen feels natural and is preferred over typing on a tablet screen. Storage can be expanded via microSD, and the Watch On feature has potential as a universal remote/video content hub.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is an 8-inch tablet that costs $399. In a world where the 7-inchNexus 7 exists for $200 and even the 7.9-inch iPad Mini starts at $330 or lower, $399 is a tough sell. If you’re looking for a simple small tablet, the Nexus 7 is still your best bet and the iPad Mini provides Apple’s still unbeatable app ecosystem in a smaller, lighter, and cheaper package than the Note 8.
The Note 8 is arguably Samsung’s best tablet yet, but depending on your experience with the company’s offerings, the weight of such an acknowledgement will vary dramatically. If you’re a stylus devotee that liked what you saw in the Note 10.1, you’ll be happy to know that thanks to some software upgrades, the Note 8 integrates the stylus, or S Pen, in a smaller package with fewer seams and a more impressive screen. Still, if you’re not an artist and have no interest in coming near a stylus anytime soon, go for one of the many cheaper options.
At $300, this would be an easy recommendation; however, the $400 price means you’ll have to decide for yourself if the inclusion of the stylus and its integration into the OS is worth it to you.Design
Like the iPad Mini, the Note 8’s larger-than-typical screen necessitates a wider body — by about an inch — than, say, the Nexus 7. So, depending on how you’re holding the tablet, its more expansive frame may feel a bit awkward, especially if your hands are of the wee variety. The Note 8 feels to be made of the same stuff as the Note 10.1, with a bit more metal along its edges thrown in for durability’s sake. Its corners are smoothly rounded, but its more corpulent profile yields a slightly heavier device than the iPad Mini; however, you’d probably have to be holding one in each hand to notice the difference.The Note 8’s design isn’t as simple or as elegant as the Mini’s, but what it lacks in simplicity, it attempts to make up for in utility. On the bottom bezel sit three buttons: a menu key, home key, and the back key. Samsung has also added the ability to use the S Pen with the three buttons, something that was missing on the Note 2.
The 5-megapixel rear-facing camera is located directly in the top middle of the back, and although the placement feels natural when holding the camera in portrait, my fingers were constantly getting in the way of shots when holding it in landscape. The back button as well can be a nuisance with the tablet held this way. There were several times when trying to take a picture or playing Riptide GP that I accidentally hit it. As a result of these buttons, we get back a small percentage of screen real estate that would otherwise be occupied by the Android nav bar. I’m thankful to have this space back, but making accommodations for the physical buttons’ placement will take some getting used to. Somewhat inverse to that, while the physical home button is a very welcome addition, its convex nature makes it difficult to press with the stylus.
The S Pen of course returns with its pressure sensitivity in tow and writing with it felt a lot less cumbersome here compared with on the 10.1-inch Note. Though of identical length, the S Pen has a smaller radius than the Note 10.1′s, and thanks to its flatter design is even less likely to roll away. The grooved pen button is a bit smaller than before, making it less likely to elicit accidental presses. The tablet includes palm rejection tech; however, if the skin on the knife edge of your hand folds in just the right way, making a “point,” the tablet will, much to my frustration, mistakenly believe you’re trying to write with it and accept inputs from it.
The front-facing camera sits off to the top-right corner on the front. On the bottom edge are two speaker grills, a Micro-USB port, and a slot for the S Pen. On the right edge sits a microSD card slot with an IR blaster, volume rocker, and power/sleep button on the left edge. The top edge holds the headphone jack.

Software features
Since the release of the Note 10.1, Samsung has been working to improve the user experience in its Note family of tablets, adding software enhancements that probably should have been there from the get-go. The Note 8 reaps the benefit of the company’s hindsight as it includes not only the additions we’ve seen added to the Note 10.1, but a few unique additions of its own.
The Note 8 ships with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and includes Samsung’s TouchWiz UI skin. I personally have never had a problem with the colorful, somewhat Fisher-Price-ian look of the interface, but if you’ve never liked its more gaudy presentation, there’s nothing new here that’ll change your mind.
Samsung’s multi-windows feature, which allows for two simultaneous apps to run on the screen, has been thankfully enhanced. A deeper pool of apps is now compatible, including Twitter, Facebook, and Chrome, and each window can be easily resized, Windows 8 style. The feature feels more at home here on the Note 8 with the S Pen compared with on the Note 10.1, where it’s more difficult to hold the tablet in one hand and use the stylus in the other.
S Note gets some notable improvements as well, and the veil of inhospitable-ness that greeted me in the first version of the app has thankfully largely dissipated. The app now includes a brief text tutorial to make jumping in a bit less confusing, and the interface has been tweaked slightly — you can now easily load a completely blank sheet of “paper” — toward the same purpose. Icons now present their functionality much more clearly when tapping them and can be further clarified by the new AirView feature, which lets users hover the point of the S Pen over a menu option, which in turn displays a text bubble of each option’s functionality.
Typing in a Web site URL, composing an e-mail, searching for an app in Google Play, or doing pretty much any action that would normally cause a software keyboard to pop up at the bottom on the screen, instead triggers a notepad to appear. And instead of pecking away at each letter with the pen, you can simply write your entry directly into the text field. However, this feature must be enabled within each app by holding down on the settings button on the software keyboard and selecting the “T” icon. The pen-to-text translation software still misinterprets from time to time, however, and could use some better prediction software. Still, once enabled, it’s an incredibly useful feature that gives using the interface a nice flow when using the pen.
Reading mode is unique to the Note 8 and simply alters page backgrounds in e-book apps to look more like paper rather than a stark, white background. It also uses the ambient light sensor to adjust the brightness to best fit the environment you’re reading in.
The Note 8 also comes with an exclusive version of Awesome Note HD. While the app has been available on iOS, the Note 8 is currently the only place you’ll find it on Android. Not surprisingly, it’s fully compatible with the S Pen. With a purchase of the Note 8, you also get 50GB of free space on Dropbox and a full version of Polaris Office.

Dual Sim Samsung Galaxy Core

Dual Sim Samsung Galaxy Core Android Smartphone available Rs. 15,350

Samsung Galaxy Core I8262Samsung announced dual-SIM Galaxy Core in May is now available online for  pre-order on many eStore at Rs 15,199. Infibeam has announced pre-order price at Rs 15,199. The eStore will start shipping the smartphone from July 1.
Samsung which announced its dual-SIM Galaxy Core come with many good features with 4.3 inch TFT LCD Touch Screen with WVGA display resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. It sports a 5MP rear camera with LED Flash along with front VGA camera.
Samsung Galaxy Core run on 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and is powered by a 1.2 GHz Dual Core Application Processor. As for connectivity it has Wi-Fi and GPS Bluetooth and USB options. It has 8 GB internal memory which can be expanded up to 64 GB through microSD card. It comes with 1800mAh Standard Li-ion battery.
Key Features
4.3-inch TFT LCD Screen
Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
1.2 GHz dual-core Application processor
8 GB internal storage
5 MP rear camera with LED flash
VGA front camera
Wi-Fi 802, GPS, Bluetooth, USB
1800 mAh battery


New Samsung Galaxy Note III

 New Samsung Galaxy Note III to come with 5.7-inch display

It is hard to keep Samsung devices away from the news. After a series of leaks around the Galaxy Note III, there’s fresh news about the display size of Samsung’s upcoming phablet.
Twitter user @evleaks has said that Samsung Galaxy Note III will come with a 5.7-inch display. This is in contradiction to earlier news reports that suggested that the phablet will come with a 5.99-inch full-HD Super AMOLED display with diamond pixel structure.Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Previous rumours also mentioned that this phablet will be the first device by Samsung to deploy a plastic OLED display. The report further claimed that this new display will be thinner than the one on Galaxy Note II and come with an RGB stripe.
However, given @evleaks’ past record, it is more than likely that Samsung Galaxy Note III will indeed sport with a 5.7-inch display
Earlier rumoured specifications for the upcoming phablet have indicated a Exynos 5 Octa-core processor, Mali 450 GPU with 8 cores and 3 GB of RAM. It’s also rumoured that the successor toSamsung Galaxy Note II will feature a 13-megapixel rear camera.
Samsung India has recently introduced a Rs. 10,000 cash back offer for Galaxy Note II. Under this scheme customers can get a Rs. 10,000 cash back on the Galaxy Note II in exchange of select smartphones. With the exchange offer, the Rs. 37,500 price tag on the phablet gets reduced to Rs. 27,500.
How the Galaxy Note III performs is critical for Samsung. There have been news reports suggesting that sales of Samsung Galaxy S4 have started to cool off. Further, is reporting that sales of Samsung smartphones in July are expected to drop by 20 to 30 percent. This news report is based on the information sourced from Samsung’s suppliers. Given that Samsung Galaxy S4 is company’s flagship smartphone, the company will now banking on the likes of Galaxy Note III to ensure that its overall sales are not impacted.


Key Features

  • BlackBerry 7 OS
  • 5 MP Primary Camera
  • 2.45-inch TFT Capacitive Touchscreen
  • 1 GHz Marvel Tavor MG1 Processor
  • Wi-Fi Enabled
  • Expandable Storage Capacity of 32 GB
Research In Motion (RIM) has expanded its family of BlackBerry Bold smartphones with the introduction of BlackBerry Bold 9790. The 9790 combines the goodness of a touchscreen with the functionality of a QWERTY keyboard in a pocketable design. The Bold 9790 runs on the proprietary BlackBerry 7 OS that brings with it several features for an enhanced user experience.
The operating system incorporates an improved browser for fluid Web browsing, voice-activated search, faster graphics and support for augmented reality and Near Field Communication (NFC). Powered by a 1 GHz Marvel Tavor MG1 processor, the BlackBerry Bold 9790 is loaded with 768 MB of RAM.
This Bold series smartphone sports a 2.45-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 480 x 360 pixels. TheBlackBerry 9790 is fitted with a 5 megapixel camera that lets you click pictures on the go. The LED flash helps in taking quality images even in low light conditions. Other camera features included in the Bold 9790 are autofocus, face detection and image stabilization that take your photography experience to the next level.
You can also tag the place where you clicked the picture with the help of Geo-tagging feature present in the BlackBerry Bold 9790. This BlackBerry handset also lets you record videos so that you can capture your favorite moments with friends and family and store them for posterity.
This BlackBerry smartphone gets a sophisticated look, thanks to the brushed stainless steel rims on the edges and a smooth carbon black back. The trademark optical trackpad in the Bold 9790 helps you navigate through the menu easily while the slightly elevated keys make typing easier.
Storage and Battery
The BlackBerry Bold 9790 ships with 8 GB of internal memory that can store all your music, videos and images. The storage space can be further expanded to up to 32 GB using microSD cards. A Lithium Ion battery is included under the hood of the Bold 9790 that serves a talk time of 5 hours in both 2G and 3G networks. You can also playback music to up to 33 hours in this BlackBerry device.
Connectivity and Features
You can connect to Internet on the Bold 9790 using GPRS, EDGE, 3G and Wi-Fi. Transferring of files can be done through USB and Bluetooth connectivity. The integrated A-GPS in the BlackBerry Bold lets you navigate your way across new places.
The Bold 9790 comes with a Document Viewer that lets you view Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. With the Pushmail option, you can get real time emails and keep up with your work even if you are not in office. The BlackBerry device is also loaded with SNS applications that make your social life move with you. With the BlackBerry Bold 9790 you can carry your personal and professional life anywhere you go.

In Sales Package Handset, Battery, Charger, Headset, Data Cable, User Guide
Form Bar
SIM Type Single SIM, GSM
Touch Screen Yes, Capacitive
Keypad Yes, QWERTY
Business Features Document Viewer, Pushmail
Call Features Conference Call, Speed Dialing, Hands Free, Loudspeaker, Call Divert
Handset Color White

Operating Freq GSM – 850, 900, 1800, 1900; UMTS – 2100
OS BlackBerry 7 OS
Java No
Processor 1 GHz Marvel Tavor MG1

Type TFT
Size 2.45 Inches
Resolution HVGA, 480 x 360 Pixels
Color 16 M

Primary Camera Yes, 5 Megapixel
Secondary Camera No
Flash LED
Video Recording Yes, 640 x 480
Zoom Digital Zoom – 2x
Other Camera Features Geo-tagging, Face Detection, Image Stabilization, Continuous Auto Focus, Scene Modes

Size 60x110x11.4 mm
Weight 107 g

Type Li-Ion, 1230 mAh
Talk Time 5 hrs (2G), 5 hrs (3G)
Standby Time 432 hrs (2G), 408 hrs (3G)

Internal 8 GB
Expandable Memory microSD, upto 32 GB
Memory 768 MB RAM

Internet Features Email
3G Yes, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA
Wifi Yes, 802.11 b/g/n
USB Connectivity Yes, micro USB, v2
Tethering USB
Navigation Technology A-GPS, with BlackBerry Maps
Bluetooth Yes, v2.1, Supported Profiles (A2DP, EDR)
Audio Jack 3.5 mm

Music Player Yes, Supports MP3, eAAC, WAV, FLAC
Video Player Yes, Supports MP4, H.264, H.263, WMV
Ringtone MP3

Call Memory Yes
SMS Memory Yes
Phone Book Memory Practically Unlimited
Additional Features Optical Trackpad, Dedicated Keys, Notification LED, Organizer, Predictive Text Input, Games, MMS Enabled, UMA Technology Supports, NFC Supports, Voice Input
Important Apps Instant Messaging, Vlingo, Wikitude, Facebook, Twitter, BlackBerry Messenger

2015 SRT Barracuda

2015 SRT Barracuda: All-New Global Platform, Bad-Ass Retro Badge

 What It Is: A rear-drive coupe and convertible that will replace at least the Dodge Challenger SRT8 if not the whole Challenger lineup.

Why It Matters: A fresh update on the pony-car theme, the Barracuda keeps the SRT (Street and Racing Technology) portfolio stable at five models. Less weight and an expanded range of powertrains will give Chrysler a leg up in the CAFE battle.

Platform: Significantly smaller and lighter than the current Chrysler 300–based Challenger, the Barracuda will sport a strut front suspension and multilink rear. The 'Cuda's new platform is engineered for global markets and will also underpin Alfa Romeo, Lancia, and Maserati coupes, sedans, and spiders [see "Smoked-Fish Spread," October 2012].

Powertrain: Four-, six-, and eight-cylinder engines ranging from 2.0 liters to 6.2 liters, most with direct injection. At least one Hemi V-8 will continue, and a supercharged Hemi is a distinct possibility. The transmission choices should include conventional and dual-clutch automatics, plus a six- or seven-speed stick.

Competition: Traditional Camaro and Mustang foes, plus Hyundai Genesis Coupe, Scion FR-S, Subaru BRZ.

What Might Go Wrong: New and improved Camaros and Mustangs could leave it in the dust of the Planet Fitness parking lot.

Estimated Arrival and Price: Late 2014 as a 2015 model, with base prices ranging from mid-$20Ks to high-$40Ks.

2016 Chevrolet Camaro

2016 Chevrolet Camaro: Smaller and Lighter? Look Out, Next-Gen Mustang

What It Is: The classic all-American four-seat performance coupe. A convertible is also a certainty. The sixth-generation model will draw inspiration from the Euro-styled second-gen Camaro RS (1970–1981).

Why It Matters: Today's model has thrived as a roomier, more affordable alternative to the Corvette, and as a source of pride to the haters of  Ford, Dodge, and imported rear-drive coupes.

Platform: The Camaro moves to GM's Alpha component set (Cadillac ATS and other future GM models) to save significant weight and cost.

Powertrain: Expect eight-, six-, and four-cylinder offerings, the last to fulfill rising mpg obligations while fighting a growing list of four-cylinder-equipped foes, including the SRT Barracuda, Subaru BRZ, Scion FR-S, Ford Mustang, and Hyundai Genesis Coupe.

Competition: See above.

What Might Go Wrong: GM designers could misinterpret Camaro's thin sales lead over Mustang and neglect critically needed interior upgrades.

Estimated Arrival and Price: Late 2015 as a 2016 model, with a base price in the mid-$20,000 range


Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro Tipped to Sport 4 Rear Cameras and Bixby Button, Galaxy A7 (2018) With 3 Cameras Leaked

  Samsung recently announced it will be hosting a Galaxy event on October 11, and a new Galaxy smartphone is largely expected to lau...