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Thursday, January 9, 2014


Today the famous tipster @evleaks has posted renders of Normandy running on Android. We get to see a glimpse of Nokia's launcher, particularly the lockscreen, Viber and Skype apps. Judging by the Normandy's status bar, this should be a dual-SIM phone.




Nokia android phone Normandy
Normandy runs on Android KitKat 
Normandy runs on Android KitKat -leaks again

Source: gsmarena.com

Nokia android phone Normandy runs on Android KitKat -leaks again


Today the famous tipster @evleaks has posted renders of Normandy running on Android. We get to see a glimpse of Nokia's launcher, particularly the lockscreen, Viber and Skype apps. Judging by the Normandy's status bar, this should be a dual-SIM phone.




Nokia android phone Normandy
Normandy runs on Android KitKat 
Normandy runs on Android KitKat -leaks again

Source: gsmarena.com

Posted at 2:13 AM |  by janshar n

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

We already know for a few months, that HTC has already been working on the next version of their famous UI - HTC Sense 5.5. Some of the Sense 5.5 features are already present in the latest HTC One Android 4.3 build, however they are currently disabled in the framework.


Home screen - now you can disable or enable HTC BlinkFeed easily.

Android Quick Settings - now you can re-arrange the content of the QS panel.

Improved HTC keyboard with possibility to add more emoticons.

Improved camera - "Dual capture" and "Panorama+", Storage and Recent Apps panel.

New HTC BlinkFeed categories, custom topics tab and minor changes to alarm clock.

Many more changes are of course under the hood, so expect improved performance and overall UI smoothness. Many bugs are also fixed, so the incoming HTC Sense 5.5 should bring a lot of joy for all HTC fans!




HTC Sense 5.5 first screenshots ! Ability to disable Blinkfeed included

We already know for a few months, that HTC has already been working on the next version of their famous UI - HTC Sense 5.5. Some of the Sense 5.5 features are already present in the latest HTC One Android 4.3 build, however they are currently disabled in the framework.


Home screen - now you can disable or enable HTC BlinkFeed easily.

Android Quick Settings - now you can re-arrange the content of the QS panel.

Improved HTC keyboard with possibility to add more emoticons.

Improved camera - "Dual capture" and "Panorama+", Storage and Recent Apps panel.

New HTC BlinkFeed categories, custom topics tab and minor changes to alarm clock.

Many more changes are of course under the hood, so expect improved performance and overall UI smoothness. Many bugs are also fixed, so the incoming HTC Sense 5.5 should bring a lot of joy for all HTC fans!




Posted at 9:47 AM |  by janshar n

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

An alleged Android 4.4 KitKat log file has been leaked, apparently revealing specifications of the rumoured Nexus 4 successor, thought to be called the Nexus 5.
Myce.com has spotted a log file reportedly running on the Nexus 5. The log file reveals the device running 'Key Lime Pie' with build number KRS74H. The log file is 10MB in size and includes over 1,33,000 lines, claims the site.
The site further mentions that the log is running on a Hammerhead device, which appears to be a codename for Nexus 5 formerly dubbed the LG D820.
The leaked log file reveals some of the specifications which include a 5-inch display (precisely 4.97-inch) with full-HD resolution and boasting a pixel density of 442ppi. The device is seen powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor along with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of inbuilt storage. For camera, the device sports an 8-megapixel rear camera with no details about optical image stabilisation (OIS) while there is a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera.
Further, the alleged log file reveals that the rumoured Nexus 5 supports Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, and GPS connectivity. Moreover, the log file shows the device supporting North America LTE bands. The alleged Nexus 5 will also support wireless charging, suggests the leaked log files.
Over the last month, we have seen several leaks turn up showing the alleged Nexus 4 successor's design and specifications.
Earlier, Nestle revealed the first news about the launch of Android 4.4 KitKat on Facebook, claiming an October release date. While this was not an official confirmation from Google about Android 4.4 KitKat's release, as a partner, Nestle's German Facebook handle was kind enough to confirm that it is coming next month.
Prior to this, the alleged Nexus 4 successor was spotted in live images and a video. The leaked images showed a pre-production unit of the next Nexus smartphone that revealed the front and rear panel.
It is rumoured that the next Nexus smartphone would run Android 4.4 KitKat, and that the smartphone would be the platform lead device for the new platform, due to be launched at the same event.

Source: ndtv.com

Nexus 5 specifications leaked with alleged Android 4.4 KitKat log file

An alleged Android 4.4 KitKat log file has been leaked, apparently revealing specifications of the rumoured Nexus 4 successor, thought to be called the Nexus 5.
Myce.com has spotted a log file reportedly running on the Nexus 5. The log file reveals the device running 'Key Lime Pie' with build number KRS74H. The log file is 10MB in size and includes over 1,33,000 lines, claims the site.
The site further mentions that the log is running on a Hammerhead device, which appears to be a codename for Nexus 5 formerly dubbed the LG D820.
The leaked log file reveals some of the specifications which include a 5-inch display (precisely 4.97-inch) with full-HD resolution and boasting a pixel density of 442ppi. The device is seen powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor along with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of inbuilt storage. For camera, the device sports an 8-megapixel rear camera with no details about optical image stabilisation (OIS) while there is a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera.
Further, the alleged log file reveals that the rumoured Nexus 5 supports Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, and GPS connectivity. Moreover, the log file shows the device supporting North America LTE bands. The alleged Nexus 5 will also support wireless charging, suggests the leaked log files.
Over the last month, we have seen several leaks turn up showing the alleged Nexus 4 successor's design and specifications.
Earlier, Nestle revealed the first news about the launch of Android 4.4 KitKat on Facebook, claiming an October release date. While this was not an official confirmation from Google about Android 4.4 KitKat's release, as a partner, Nestle's German Facebook handle was kind enough to confirm that it is coming next month.
Prior to this, the alleged Nexus 4 successor was spotted in live images and a video. The leaked images showed a pre-production unit of the next Nexus smartphone that revealed the front and rear panel.
It is rumoured that the next Nexus smartphone would run Android 4.4 KitKat, and that the smartphone would be the platform lead device for the new platform, due to be launched at the same event.

Source: ndtv.com

Posted at 10:11 PM |  by janshar n


Beats Electronics recently bought itself out of the HTC deal and it was unclear whether this would also bring an end to the Beats Audio technology in HTC flagship smartphones. Well, the good news is Beats Electronics are not done with HTC just yet as the company's COO has confirmed that the upcoming HTC flagship will feature beats audio.

Luke Wood, president and the chief operating officer at Beats Electronics, says that the company still has 25% investments in HTC along with a commercial deal with the Taiwanese manufacturer. Luke also mentioned that they have a large-format HTC device out in the fall, which is presumably the HTC One Max that features the Beats Audio.
However, Mr. Wood declined to comment whether the Beats relationship with HTC would continue past the One Max or not, but says that they have learned some great things from their cooperation from the Taiwanese manufacturer.
Here's hoping HTC and Beats will figure things out and continue to deliver smartphones with great audio output to the market.
Source:gsmarena

HTC One Max to arrive with Beats Audio



Beats Electronics recently bought itself out of the HTC deal and it was unclear whether this would also bring an end to the Beats Audio technology in HTC flagship smartphones. Well, the good news is Beats Electronics are not done with HTC just yet as the company's COO has confirmed that the upcoming HTC flagship will feature beats audio.

Luke Wood, president and the chief operating officer at Beats Electronics, says that the company still has 25% investments in HTC along with a commercial deal with the Taiwanese manufacturer. Luke also mentioned that they have a large-format HTC device out in the fall, which is presumably the HTC One Max that features the Beats Audio.
However, Mr. Wood declined to comment whether the Beats relationship with HTC would continue past the One Max or not, but says that they have learned some great things from their cooperation from the Taiwanese manufacturer.
Here's hoping HTC and Beats will figure things out and continue to deliver smartphones with great audio output to the market.
Source:gsmarena

Posted at 8:29 AM |  by janshar n

Tuesday, September 24, 2013





Smartphone maker BlackBerry has agreed to go private in a $4.7 billion deal led by its biggest shareholder, allowing the on-the-go email pioneer to regroup away from public scrutiny after years of falling fortunes and slumping market share.

The $9 a share tentative offer, from a consortium led by property and casualty insurer Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd, will set a floor for any counteroffers that might emerge for Blackberry, which has been on the block since August.

As an investor, Fairfax Chief Executive Prem Watsa is often described as the Canadian Warren Buffett because he also takes the long view.

Blackberry shares peaked above $148 in June 2008 when the company's devices were still the top choice for bankers, politicians and lawyers.

The stock, halted pending the announcement on Monday, closed below the offer price on Nasdaq, at $8.82, indicating the market's lack of faith that other bids would emerge.

Source: Reuters

BlackBerry to go private in $4.7b sale to Fairfax consortium





Smartphone maker BlackBerry has agreed to go private in a $4.7 billion deal led by its biggest shareholder, allowing the on-the-go email pioneer to regroup away from public scrutiny after years of falling fortunes and slumping market share.

The $9 a share tentative offer, from a consortium led by property and casualty insurer Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd, will set a floor for any counteroffers that might emerge for Blackberry, which has been on the block since August.

As an investor, Fairfax Chief Executive Prem Watsa is often described as the Canadian Warren Buffett because he also takes the long view.

Blackberry shares peaked above $148 in June 2008 when the company's devices were still the top choice for bankers, politicians and lawyers.

The stock, halted pending the announcement on Monday, closed below the offer price on Nasdaq, at $8.82, indicating the market's lack of faith that other bids would emerge.

Source: Reuters

Posted at 4:29 AM |  by janshar n

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Not yet announced, the new HTC Mini is now visible on the official website of the brand. Subtle blend of remote and phone, HTC Mini will make you more able to multitask.

Answer calls while browsing the Internet, watching videos or playing. Do not let you escape with instant notifications from your SMS nothing, events and e-mails. The remote hands-free camera allows you to take photos remotely with your phone. It gives you ideas ?

The latter can even be used with your TV and be associated with some HTC devices to transfer media content via HTC Media Link HD. With its built-in laser pointer and its ability to transform into a remote for slideshow, HTC Mini can make your presentations a very professional touch.

Specifications

Smartphone HTC Mini
Dimensions 118,7 x 39,8 x 7,15 mm
Screen 1.5 inch OLED with four levels of gray and white, resolution 128×128
Apps Infrared public, Sense TV
Controls PowerPoint
Connectivity Bluetooth ® 2.1 + EDR
NFC pairing
Battery Built-in battery, 320 mAh
Talk time : 9 hours
Standby : 95 hours
Color Metallic gray
Compatibility HTC One mini, HTC Butterfly s, HTC Desire 200, HTC Desire 500

Although the HTC One is not listed in the compatible devices, it should still be after the last update (2.24.401.8) who brought just the compatibility with the HTC Mini .

HTC Mini is official

Not yet announced, the new HTC Mini is now visible on the official website of the brand. Subtle blend of remote and phone, HTC Mini will make you more able to multitask.

Answer calls while browsing the Internet, watching videos or playing. Do not let you escape with instant notifications from your SMS nothing, events and e-mails. The remote hands-free camera allows you to take photos remotely with your phone. It gives you ideas ?

The latter can even be used with your TV and be associated with some HTC devices to transfer media content via HTC Media Link HD. With its built-in laser pointer and its ability to transform into a remote for slideshow, HTC Mini can make your presentations a very professional touch.

Specifications

Smartphone HTC Mini
Dimensions 118,7 x 39,8 x 7,15 mm
Screen 1.5 inch OLED with four levels of gray and white, resolution 128×128
Apps Infrared public, Sense TV
Controls PowerPoint
Connectivity Bluetooth ® 2.1 + EDR
NFC pairing
Battery Built-in battery, 320 mAh
Talk time : 9 hours
Standby : 95 hours
Color Metallic gray
Compatibility HTC One mini, HTC Butterfly s, HTC Desire 200, HTC Desire 500

Although the HTC One is not listed in the compatible devices, it should still be after the last update (2.24.401.8) who brought just the compatibility with the HTC Mini .

Posted at 10:04 PM |  by janshar n

Monday, June 10, 2013

HTC One- The best Android Phone in the market

Posted at 11:53 PM |  by janshar n

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