Donnerstag, 25. August 2016

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 price and Specifications

Xiaomi releases the Redmi Note 4 on August 25. Regarding pricing for the new device, we haven't seen any concrete figures doing the rounds. But if we work off of past generations, the prices should be around $150 and $180 for the 16 GB and 64 GB versions, respectively.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 spec

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 runs a deca-core MediaTek Helio X20 processor, which is similar to the Snapdragon 820 performance-wise, powered by a 4,100-mAh battery. We're expecting two models, one with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage, and another that will have 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. 

13 megapixel rear camera
5 lens, f 2.0 aperture
Flash color temperature
Support PDAF phase focusing
Dark light quality enhancement technology
HDR high dynamic range adjustment technology
Panorama mode
Burst Mode
Facial recognition
Real-time camera filters
500-megapixel front camera
36 second-generation intelligent beauty, real-time self-timer beauty f 2.0 large aperture
Real-time video call beauty
Self-timer countdown
Facial recognition
Full HD screen
5.5 inches (diagonal)
450nit Full HD screen
1920 x 1080 resolution, 401PPI, 1000: 1 contrast ratio
72% NTSC color gamut
Basic Edition supports the sun screen
Support luminous screen
Support eye pattern
Color temperature adjustment

Elephone S7 Series equipped with the Helio X25 SoC coming soon from $99.99 to $189.99

Elepone tell us that their new phone The Elephone S7 Series will be announced in the beginning of Sep. 
The new device(s) is also bezel-less but Elephone has played out new tricks as it is launching a double-sided curved glass product and while achieving bezel-less effect, S7 has bigger screen curve to bring more amazing visual pleasure. The series will be priced from $99.99 to $189.99, with the most expensive one being equipped with the Helio X25 SoC. 

What surprise us is The back cover of the phone which is created using the IMF technology making it quite unique and it an actually change color depending on the angle of the light source shining at it. The company is trying to compare the effect roughly to the northern lights.So let’s take the look at the promised short video of the Elephone S7 back cover.

Dienstag, 16. August 2016

The YotaPhone is most definitely unique. You might not be able to tell from the front, but flip this handset over and instead of a plastic flap or a stitched leather cover, you're faced with... another front, this time made up of an E Ink display much like the one in Amazon's Kindle e-reader. There have been numerous gimmicky attempts at making Android run on an electronic paper display, but what sets the YotaPhone apart from them is that it actually works. The second generation of this phone was introduced in December of last year and made massive strides forward in ergonomics and functionality. Now that it's received a hefty price cut, a new white version, a comprehensive Android Lollipop upgrade, and a tentative July release date for the United States, it's time for us to put the YotaPhone 2 to the test.

The essence of the YotaPhone's appeal lies in its combination of an extremely energy-efficient E Ink display with all the modern versatility of an Android smartphone. Think about how many commutes to and from work you can while away with the help of a Nook or a Kindle, and then imagine not needing a separate e-reading device at all. You have your smartphone with you all the time anyway, why not build the e-reader right into it, the same way that cameras, music players, and GPS units have already been integrated?

That's what YotaPhone 2 gives you: another step forward in the ceaseless march to smartphone convergence. It's not the first Android device with an E Ink screen, but it is the first to make that duo work harmoniously. Instead of trying to jam the full-fat Android experience onto the slow e-paper display on the rear, Yota has wisely contented itself with adding useful widgets and interactive panels. There is a Yota Mirror mode that allows you to run Android entirely on the back, but this is strictly optional and mostly to be used when trying to extend battery life (such as by reading an article in the browser without deploying the full-power display).
On the other side of the 4.7-inch E Ink screen is a 5-inch AMOLED display. The latter has a 1080p resolution, but suffers from poor color accuracy: it tends to oversaturate the picture and renders tomato reds in a carrot-like orange. These aren't new issues for OLED displays, and they're certainly tolerable in daily use, however the recent excellence of the Galaxy S6 has raised the bar of expectations and the YotaPhone 2 just can't compete. Yota clearly had to cut some corners in order to fit within budget, and it's elected to sacrifice some quality at the front for the greater versatility of having a display at the back.
The same is true of the YotaPhone 2's design. Much like its display, the phone's construction is just okay, nothing especially premium. It has a well rounded, uncomplicated shape that makes for comfortable ergonomics, but it also has a slight rattle in the volume rocker and a shallow power button that offers little tactile feedback. Competently made, though not something I'd ever fall in love with. But the YotaPhone 2's design story doesn't end when you buy the phone. The best part of it is only beginning.

Hands one review;

Montag, 8. August 2016

UMI Max with Helio P10 processor Comes only $139.99

UMI MAX will be the next cost effective new phone after the UMI Super. From the Umi Offic, UMI Max will be powered by P10 Helio inside running at 2.0 GHz, accompanied with 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storageYes, it is a choice of somewhat extravagant storage at this point, although it is always good to know that the device also has microSD card slot up to 256 GB.
While it was expected that the terminal debuted with a huge 6 - inch screen, it seems that the UMi Max Super AMOLED panel with 5.5 - inch full HD resolution . In the photographic section, the terminal has a 13 - megapixel rear camera and Panasonic signed by flash dual. The front camera stays at 5 megapixels, which should be more than enough for all those addicted to selfies .

Freitag, 5. August 2016

Vernee Mars comes with Helio P20 and 6G RAM!

Vernee Mars-New Model from Vernee powered by Helio P20 and sporting 6GB RAM coming in November told by the Officials

After the good start that Vernee made with the Vernee Thor and Apollo Lite, the new manufacturer from China is planning on making another hit. New information has emerged that a brand new device is coming the following months that is going to join the small group of 6GB RAM devices. Its name is rumored to be Vernee Mars and it is coming in November.

Currently, the only key details that we know about the smartphone is the fact that it’s going to be powered by a MT6757. The octa-core processor is going to be clocked slightly higher than the one running in Helio P10, although we don’t know the true extent of the first 4 Cortex-A53 cores. We reckon that they will be running at a higher clock frequency than the remaining 4 (running at a speed of 2.3GHz),  More detailed information will be updated soon!