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In what will be exciting news for all LG lovers, we could very well see the LG G Flex 3 this year.
The last time we saw LG launch a new G Flex handset was last year when they came out with the LG G Flex 2. So naturally we waited with bated breath for another announcement around the same time this year, alas, we were disappointed which is why it isn’t surprising that some are thinking that maybe LG is done with the G Flex series.
From the looks of things though, this might not be the case, thanks to new rumors that have sprung up.

According to the latest rumors, LG will be unveiling the LG G Flex 3 later this year during IFA 2017. Companies like LG and Samsung tend to announce new products at the event, like Samsung and their Galaxy Note series, so it wouldn’t be a complete surprise if LG did the same.
According to the rumored specs, the LG G Flex 3 will come loaded with a 5.5-inch display with a QHD resolution. 
It could also come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, which makes perfect sense, along with 4GB of RAM, 32/64GB storage options, and a 16MP rear-facing camera and an 8MP front-facing camera.
Of course all this must be taken with some caution as nothing is concrete yet, but we will keep you updated as things progress.



Samsung and AT&T will tag team to release their Dolph Lungrenesque (rugged) version of the flagship Galaxy S7 smartphone, the Galaxy S7 Active. 
As per usual, the specs for this water- and dust-resistant cell phone are quite similar to those of its mainstream linemate.
The design of the S7 Active has very few changes from last year’s Active model. 
But if you look closely, its measurements are slightly larger across all three dimensions, including an increased thickness of 9.9 millimeters — over a millimeter thicker than the 8.6-millimeter Galaxy S6 Active.
There’s also been a 15-gram weight gain, from 170 grams to 185 grams.
That increase is likely due to the S7 Active’s significantly larger battery, whose 4000mAh capacity is almost 15 percent greater than the prior model’s 3500mAh pack. 
Even with all this the screen remains the same as the last model. Its 5.1-inch, 1440 x 2560-pixel Super AMOLED display is identical as both the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S6 Active.
So while the surface is very similar, under the hood is a whole new universe. The S7 Active is powered by a Snapdragon 820 system-on-chip from Qualcomm, and features 4GB of RAM (1GB more than last year) and 32GB of internal storage. Out of the box, the new Active will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The S7 Active features a 12-megapixel camera, down from the 16-megapixel resolution found in the S6 and S6 Active. But like the Galaxy S7, the S7 Active benefits from a so-called dual pixel sensor that improves low-light image capture. 
Once again, the front-facing selfie cam offers a five megapixel resolution.
Finally, like last year’s Galaxy S6 Active, the S7 Active will be exclusive to AT&T when it launches in June.




The Motorola G series has got those who are looking for a new phone on a budget talking.
This is mostly because it packs a variety of nifty features all in an affordable package and a pretty sick camera too.
If there's any worry, Android do this thing where older models don’t get as much love as before once a new model enters the fray in the matter of updates.
Looks like the Moto G4 Plus isn't going that way though as it has been revealed that the Moto G4 Plus will be upgradeable to Android N and Android O. The former is still in development but it is expected to be released later this year.
That also means that the handset’s upgrade to Android N is pretty much a given. 
So...If Motorola really does do it and updates the handset to Android O, then those getting the phone can be assured of the N and the O (NO?). Nothing's set in stone though, but for now that's how it is.

Since its 6.0.1 iteration, Marshmallow, Android has featured this cool thing where you tap the power button twice in quick succession and the camera app will open. 
Cool eh
Unfortunately, since it came out there's been a lingering issue: if the phone or tablet is unlocked and the power button is double tapped, the device will first lock and then open the camera app, rather than just opening the camera. 
From the looks of things, in the Android N Developer Preview 3 (DP3) this is now fixed - a double tap of the power button while the device is unlocked opens the camera app without locking the device first.
Yay!
So here's how it works when you double tap to open the camera on DP3:
  • The device is unlocked: double tap opens the camera, device stays unlocked
  • Once on lockscreen with the smart lock enabled (swipe to unlock): double tap opens the camera, device unlocks
  • on lockscreen with device locked: double tap opens the camera, device stays locked
  • If the screen isn't locked, just double tap to open the camera.
Once you do that you should have no problems whatsoever, while it's not mindblowing or anything, it could be a pesky little problem and now you can use the camera without the phone locking itself and take a quick photo.
So if you're nitpicky about that sort of thing, well now you're covered.



Rejoice non-Nexus smartphone users! 

Google I/O, the infamous annual developer conference held and as part of the fanfare and activities was the updated info on the Android N. 

The new Android version was previewed a couple of months back by developers, so there was no need for a big announcement. The worry for most Android users will be whether your current non-Nexus smartphone is going to get the update since the version is supposed to roll out with upcoming Nexus phones. 

Well, there's good news as HTC 10, One M9, or One A9 have been confirmed to be getting an update. This come via the Taiwanese company's official Twitter account. There's some bad news though and that's that there's no timeline to speak of for the rollout of the Android N update to these three HTC phones. 

More devices may be added to the list of update receivers, but for now what's certain is that HTC's 3 popular phones will be blessed with the new Android N. So yay! Image via GSMArena




In the world, DYI has become quite popular and the mobile phone being the sacred device it is, is one in which we rely heavily on. We rely on it that it'll keep our secrets safe and so on.


But these phones come with apps pre-installed into the phone called bloatware. They take up space, are unnecessary and drain the battery of your device. Sometimes they are vulnerable to attacks from external sources and suddenly your phone isn't so safe anymore.


But we've got you covered, below are tips on how to remove these apps from your android phone, be it rooted or not.


How to Remove Bloatware from Non-Rooted Android


  1. First thing you've got to do is enable the developer option which you can reach through Settings -> About Phone -> Build Number (Tap on build number 7-10 times and your developer options will get activated).
  2. You should now see your developer options in your settings. Tap on it and scroll down and enable USB Debugging.
  3. Once you've achieved this, you need to download and install a Debloater tool in your windows PC that will allow you to remove system apps from your device, the Debloater app is available for download online.
  4. Now connect your android device with USB cable with your PC and wait for the tool to detect your device.
  5. Once detected, it will scan all the apps that being currently installed in your device and that includes your system apps.
  6. Just use the mark tool and select the apps that you want to remove from your device and then you click on apply button and this will block all those apps from your device and they will be no longer there in your device to consume your memory.  
  7. You can also undo this process by un-ticking them to access them again.
  8. Tada! you're done, now you can use your device memory and space as you please.
How to Remove Bloatware from Rooted Android Devices

If your device happens to be rooted already then you can us the NoBloatFree app, this will let you remove all the bloatware apps that serve no purpose on your phone and leave you with just your security.

Thank us later once you're freely enjoying your android device devoid of any worries.


Source: Techviral.com


Four years ago, Google launched Google Play as their answer to Apple's App Store. The years have gone by and more and more apps have made it on the platform, creating a supermassive market and making billions while at it.

We've seen phenomenons like Candy Crush, Whatsapp and so many others control the market.


So March 6th 2012 will always be an important date.

This week, analytics firm App Annie looks back over four marvelous years and released a ranking of what the biggest apps have been in that time. 

You can see the list below.

Most downloaded Android apps of all time:
  1. Facebook
  2. WhatsApp
  3. Facebook Messenger
  4. Instagram
  5. Clean Master
  6. Skype
  7. LINE
  8. Viber
  9. Twitter
  10. Flashlight by Surpax
  Top ten in terms of Revenue
  1. LINE
  2. LINE PLAY
  3. LINE Manga
  4. Pandora Radio
  5. KakaoTalk
  6. GREE
  7. Pokemini
  8. Dragon Quest X Adventurer’s Convenient Outing Tool
  9. LOVOO
  10. Tinder
   This just shows how much people love their social media. Facebook takes the cake in the first list while Line dominates the second. 

  Full article could be read here




HTC had a hard time of things last year with revenues and sales dropping in 2015. It was a forgettable year for them.

It's a new year though and the truth is, the potential release of any HTC phone brings about excitement, so you can imagine the excitement at the news that their upcoming offering, the Desire 628 has been leaked.

The HTC Desire appears to be a mid-range smartphone. With the leak already out there, it's likely we hear something official soon.

The person responsible for this leak is @the_malignant on twitter who seems to have reliable info on the phone.

The images provided by @the_malignant show the handset in two different color options: A white device with a blue/purple trim and a black one with red trimmings. 

The specs of the phone were also leaked.
The info provided speculates that the HTC Desire 628 will have a 1.3GHz MediaTek MTK6753 octa-core processor and a 5-inch display with resolution of 1280 x 720 (HD). 

Also 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage (expandable with a microSD card) are thrown in there.

It's also been tipped to contain  a 13-megapixel rear camera with f/2.0 aperture and BSI sensor, a 5-megapixel shooter at the front, and a 2200 mAh battery. 

It's a dual SIM handset (Isn't every android phone these days) and has a plastic unibody build. 

As for the price of the phone, there's been no news yet, but it's only a matter of time before something pops on that end and we'll keep you posted on the development.

You can in the meantime keep yourselves busy with the images of the leaks below


Images via GSMarena



Chinese company Xiaomi today released their rather ambitiously sized Mi Max today at an event in China.

They had yesterday released a couple of teaser videos to whet the appetite of potential users highlighting the sheer size of the phone, it's powerful battery and all the other cool stuff it's supposed to be able to do.

The videos are in mandarin, but you can get the basic gist of what they are trying to say.

See them below.

Video 1




Video 2



Video 3




The teasers take on a very humorous hue to give fans something to cheers about.

What does the phone actually promise though,


The new Xiaomi Mi Max is set to feature ridiculously huge 6.44-inch full-HD (1080x1920) 342ppi display which will conveniently make it the company's largest phone yet.

It's also to come in an all-metal body and will features colours such as Dark Grey, Gold, and Silver. The new phablet from Xiaomi also features a fingerprint scanner which is located at the rear panel.

The Chinese company announced that the Xiaomi Mi Max come in three models with three price ranges: $230 gets you the 3GB RAM and 32GB storage model powered by a 1.8GHz hexa-core Snapdragon 650 processor, $261 will springboard you to the 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage model powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core Snapdragon 652 processor, and a third model priced at $307 for the 4GB of RAM with 128GB of storage and powered by Snapdragon 652 processor.

The dual-SIM handset supports 4G LTE with VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS/ A-GPS with Glonass, and Wi-Fi 802.11ac with Mimo. It is backed by a massive 4850mAh battery. It features a hybrid SIM tray. It measures 173.1x88.3x7.5mm and weighs 203 grams.

All in all, it looks like a pricey yet handy phone to have around.

The key specs of the phone look something like this.


The get a look at the sleek phone check out these photos.













It may just be the smartest move for Smartphones. 

After years of struggling to maintain importance in the growing sector, BlackBerry will be focusing solely on Android in the coming year. The revelation was made Thursday at this year’s staging of the CES in Las Vegas. The news means BlackBerry will not be making any phones operating on the BlackBerry 10 system this year. 

Last year the company announced it would create its first device to use the Android opearting system, the Priv, which will be sold by major carriers in the United States once the 60-day trial period with AT&T ends. Apparently, positive reception of the Priv prompted BlackBerry officials to rethink the company’s approach and, instead of alienating itself by continuing to create phones for its own system, will adopt Android as the go-to system in 2016.

In an interview with CNet, BlackBerry CEO John Chen said sales for the Priv have been good. “I’m taking a cautiously optimistic view,” Chen said. Optimistic enough to roll the phone out to 31 countries across the globe. 

The initial asking price of $699, Chen said, will likely decrease as time goes on. So, BlackBerry 10 isn’t quite dead but it certainly looks as though it’s being moved to the old age home where it will likely quietly fade away.
Culled from: Source

Android Security has become even more vulnerable to Stagefright 2.0 thanks Zimperium, a mobile security company who revealed that this new exploits can haunt even more Android phones than it's original (Stagefright).



Ok, let's bring you upto speed, there's this virus/bug/exploiting app called Stagefright, it is a remotely exploitable software bug that affects versions 2.2 ("Froyo") and newer of the Android operating system. It allows an attacker to perform arbitrary operations on the victim device through remote code execution and privilege escalation. Security researchers demonstrate the bug with a proof of concept that sends specially crafted MMS messages to the victim device and in most cases requires no end-user actions upon message reception to succeed, while using the phone number as the only target information. (Via Wikipedia).


Now Stagefright 2.0 is out and it's even worse, it targets Android phones running 1.0 and up (over 1.4 Billlion people could be vulnerable), and what this does is that it can exploit your phone via web browser unlike it's predecessor that uses MMS (so be careful of shared links).

Google and other tech giants are already rolling out new updates that'll patch this exploits, we also learnt Google has patched the previous bug(Stagefright) in their latest update.

One of the major reason why people get vulnerable is that they don't like to update, they tend to wait for FREE wifi to update their OS because updates are usually high in bytes. Like a Samsung Galaxy J7 i was with few days ago, it had an update and it's about 329mb, the user didn't want to update using her own mobile data but if you take security seriously, you will update.

The good news now is that Google said it will issue a patch for the new Stagefright exploit this month (October) which was yesterday.

"As announced in August, Android is using a monthly security update process. Issues including the ones Zimperium reported, will be patched in the October Monthly Security Update for Android rolling out Monday, October 5th."



Here's a first look at the new LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition android's first Cellular Connectivity wear watch, i personally think it's a good design even though it looks sporty than it's predecessor LG Watch Urbane (See picture below)




Although we're yet to see how the OS functions since it's not fully released but we have the specs below and also the image courtesy AndroidCentral.

  • Chipset 1.2GHz Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 400 
  • Operating System Android WearTM (Cell-connected Version)
  • Display 1.38-inch P-OLED Display (480 x 480 / 348ppi) 
  • Memory 4GB eMMC / 768MB LPDDR3
  • Network Bluetooth 4.1 / Wi-Fi / LTE / 3G 
  • Sensors Accelerometer / Gyro / Compass / Barometer / PPG / GPS 
  • Battery 570mAh 
  • Size 44.5 x 14.2mm 
  • Other Dust and Water Resistance (IP67)
  • Color Space Black / Opal Blue / Luxe White / Signature Brown 




What do you think ? sources says its alot thinker and bigger than other wear watches, do you like it ?






The most advance open source smartphone Operating System Android will be releasing its 6.0 Marshmallow starting 5 Oct 2015 and it'll be rolling out first to Google Nexus devices (Nexus 5,6,7,9 and Player).

Although i learnt some great features are coming with this new update and i'll be listing three of the most obvious and well creative features we perhaps never knew would be coming this soon. But before then you need to understand that if you don't get any push notification to download the update this year, sources says we can chill till early 2016 but i'm most certain there's going to be a way to get the update this year without waiting till it gets pushed to our devices (Just like How We Got Windows 10 Without Waiting *wink* ). We'll bring that tip one's it's available.

Some HTC phones that might get this Android 6.0 Marshmallow swiftly are HTC One M9, HTC One M8 and HTC One M9+ because they are high end smartphones with default Lollipop OS however, Sony and Samsung high end smartphones might also get this ASAP.

If your Android is Kitkat and lower, unfortunately your device might never see the daylight of Marshmallow, haven said that let's get back to the three hot features we can't wait to explore.



FINGERPRINT SUPPORT
Fingerprint sensors have already popped up here and there on Android phones, but soon, they're probably going to be everywhere. That's because Google is building dedicated support for fingerprint sensors into Android, so that phone makers don't have to code it all in on their own. That means your next Android phone will likely let you use a fingerprint sensor to unlock your phone, make payments, and log into various apps and services. Basically, it's going to be a huge convenience for both the people making Android phones and the people using them.

GOOGLE NOW ON TAP
Google Now on Tap is easily Marshmallow's standout feature. It takes Google Now — the predictive assistant that's been beside your home screen for a couple years — and lets it crawl through your apps so that you can get extra info on basically anything almost instantly.
Here's how it works: your press and hold the home button while inside of any app, and Google Now will read the screen, look for anything interesting — like the name of a celebrity, an event, or a location — and then return information on what it sees in a little popup box on the bottom of the screen.
If someone texts you the name of a restaurant, for instance, Now on Tap might see its name and present you with its location on a map. Or if you're on a news story about a celebrity, Now on Tap might pull up their information from Wikipedia or give you the chance to jump to their page in the IMDb app.
It's an incredibly cool feature, and our initial tests showed it working quite well (albeit under a controlled environment). This is going to be a big deal in Marshmallow and — more than likely — future versions of Android as well.

App Backup and Restore 

Switching to a new phone or restoring an existing phone that you wipe is a huge pain with Android devices. Beginning with Marshmallow, however, that’s going to change.
When an Android 6.0 device is idle and connected to Wi-Fi, it will automatically backup app data and settings to Google Drive behind the scenes. If you ever wipe your phone or switch to a new one, you’ll finally be able to quickly and easily restore all of your apps as they were previously.

Sources: BGR, Android, TheVerge



The official full android blackberry is finally out! BlackBerry revelaed the images of the Priv  two days ago and quite a number of people are loving it already although some hateful comment about the fact that the device is Slide.

The release date and price will be out but apparently not soon. According to blackberry official blog, this device is a privacy-enabled Android smartphone meaning with PRIV’s software enhancements, physical keyboard and oversized screen, all enabled by the slider form factor, we’re bringing privacy, productivity, and, oh yes, some sexy, back. 

Because it’s Powered By Android, PRIV will also deliver the largest choice in apps and the most secure experience possible to the widest audience. PRIV users will enjoy choice, innovation, security, privacy AND productivity. In other words, no compromises. To satisfy the curiosity out there, here are the first official images of PRIV. 

Indeed it's eye-catching and unique but the cons about this device is that the Slide is like a major seat back for it coz really nobody wants to go back to the early years of BlackBerry Torch where you're going to have to battle flex problems, i believe all this must have been worked on by BlakBerry engineers and we look forward to it.

Another thing that might make this more unique is variety in colors, not just just the formal White or Black.

Keep watching this blog and our social channels for more images, videos and details about PRIV’s specs. We’ll also soon post how you can register to receive the latest information about PRIV, including when and how to buy it.




Source Blackberry




HTC seems to be gearing up for a breathtaking smartphone that could take the Samsung S5 off market but we'd like to check out some of the specifications and features it promises to bring. Although the Samsung S5 is around the corner and making huge success and the M8 will start selling in few weeks globally.

Samsung for sure are always ready for the competition since their biggest challenge is to beat Apple devices but unfortunately for the mobile phone manufacturer there are more brands to beat than just Apple products. We'll be checking out the difference between this Samsung S5 and the new HTC One M8, though they both have significant differences.



On a first look, the HTC One M8 will just take you away coz it's stylish with the aluminum unibody, a Sense 6 UI while the Samsung S5 it's all about the features, water-resistant chassis, 16MP mega pixel camera, built-in fingerprint scanner and a heart rate sensor. Like we already know, the description about S5 is something we can say is similar to the iPhone 5 and 5s right?

HTC One M8 and HTC One - Similar Design

Moving further.... Check out the specifications below and i'm just going to make BOLD what an average user will easily notice when checking out a phone specs.


Category Samsung Galaxy S5 HTC One (M8)
Dimensions 142.0 x 72.5 x 8.1mm 146.36 x 70.6 x 9.35 mm
Weight 145g 160g
Colors Shimmery White, Charcoal Black, Copper Gold, Electric Blue Gunmetal Gray, Glacial Silver, Amber Gold
Display 5.1-inch, 1080p Full HD SuperAMOLED 5.0 inch, 1080p SuperLCD3
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor
2.5GHz (MSM8974AC)
Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor
2.5GHz quad-core CPU in Asia/China (MSM8974AC)
2.3GHz quad-core CPU in US/EMEA (MSM8974AB)
Platform Android 4.4 with TouchWiz Android 4.4 with HTC Sense 6, HTC BlinkFeed
SIM Card Type microSIM nanoSIM
Internal Storage 16/32GB + microSD up to 128GB 16/32GB + microSD up to 128GB
RAM 2GB 2GB
Camera 16MP (rear), 2.0MP (front)
4K video
HTC Ultrapixel Camera + Duo Camera (4MP)
F2.0 aperture and 28 mm lens
5MP front-facing camera
1080p video
Battery 2800mAh removable 2600mAh non-removable



 
There we have it... In a recap, the HTC One M8 seem heavier than the S5, the S5 is .1 inch wider, both running the latest Android 4.4. Talking about memory allocation/RAM they are the same, Battery life the S5 will do more than the M8 however speculations have it that the Samsung S5 battery drains fast when on camera while it's removable the HTC One M8 is none removable like the iPhone. Lastly the Camera, now you might be thinking why did i skip it for battery, i just wanted to clear things out before you start going for the S5 because of the bogus 16MP camera pixel.


The 4MP Camera Ultrapixel is a new technology exclusive to HTC, technically speaking it's a New age feature that i think is better than Samsung S5. Check below pictures of places snapped using both devices.








Now compare the pictures above, it feels like the S5 bleaches the pictures and it adds more color than normal. I can relate the fact that the S5 brightens and uses the lighting and stuffs but can't it be an optional feature. I'm just curios.


Anyways if you don't understand how the HTC Ultrapixel works and meaning here's your chance.

Meaning of HTC Ultrapixel ?

The new HTC One will be the first to feature the HTC UltraPixel Camera - an advanced imaging technology that offers a great leap in the quality of point-and-shoot photos and video. Smartphones have rapidly become the primary camera for millions of people, and taking pictures has become an indispensable part of daily life. HTC is committed to offering the highest quality camera available, so even everyday pictures are gratifying and memorable.

With our new camera, you’ll be able to quickly shoot vivid, true-to-life images with a wide range of colors, even in low light conditions. We accomplish this not by increasing the number of megapixels in the camera, but by engineering a more advanced CMOS Sensor, ISP, and optical lens system that captures significantly more light than most 8 or 13 megapixel cameras. 

For a more explanatory version Click Here(external link)

Image Credit: AndroidCentral







So as to make things look nicer and engaging, microblogging site Twitter announced on Thursday(27-March-2014) that it has officially rolled out two different new features to its users(iPhone and Android).


The Two features are...

(1) Tagging up to 10 people in a photo by searching for them by their name within the app. plus “If you’re the one being tagged, you’ll get a notification. You can adjust notifications, as well as who can tag you, in your settings,” twitter added.

(2) Users can share up to 4 photos in a single tweet. 

With the above new feature, by default did you know your twitter privacy settings has been loosed to anyone and everyone for tagging. See below screenshot.




But isn't it annoying that if you aren't learned enough and keeping up to date to twitter news, your twitter account is potentially unsafe(to unwanted tags) due to the default settings that has been made? Well according to Twitter official here's what they had to say to defend their motive for making it a default "Allow anyone to tag me in photos"

For the privacy-minded, it’s worth noting that the default setting Twitter has decided on is to allow anyone to tag you in photos.

However quite a number of users disapproved the motive, but anyways the deal is done you just have to manually adjust the settings. :-)


How to stop anyone from tagging you on Twitter Photo tagging.

Goto your PC/MAC >> Open your browser and type http://twitter.com (make sure you are logged in) >> Click this link Twitter settings  >> Goto select Security and Privacy and just under the Privacy choose either "Only allow people i follow to tag me in photos or Do not allow anyone to tag me in photos". 

Thats all have a safe twitter photo tagging experience!




With it's first Android OS, Nokia is ready to take charge in the Smartphone market. I believe this is a good strategy in order for users to get familiar with the Skype thingy. Well hopefully this offer could be global but i'm not sure, here's the full details... Full One year free Skype call on X smartphone. 


Get one month of Free Skype calls to mobiles and landlines when you purchase the Nokia - X smartphone. Simply download the Skype gift app from the Nokia Store, redeem your digital voucher code, and get chatting.(Terms and Conditions apply).


Has any tried this?

Its finally here people the most anticipated Android smartphone on Nokia has finally come to stay. The beauty about this phone is the price. you can get it for quite an amount you won't have to sell your other phone. 

Ok before i bug you much, see below the full specs on this device and you can drop a comment if you'll be getting anyone soon as they come with variety of colors.    

The Nokia X is a gorgeous smartphone‎,‎ inside and out‎.‎ It‎'‎s dressed up with a slim‎,‎ yet durable body that seamlessly wraps around the sharp‎,‎ four‎‐inch screen‎.‎Rock your unique style with the Nokia X‎.‎

And with its responsive and powerful satellite GPS‎,‎ Wi‎‐Fi and 3G connectivity‎,‎ you can keep the fun going wherever you go‎.‎

nokia x dual sim 4



Your Fastlane to all Android Applications

Access the world of Android applications and flow smoothly between all your favourites with Nokia Fastlane‎.‎

This Feature is Unique to Nokia‎,‎ it displays your recent applications‎,‎ Images‎,‎ Facebook posts and more onto a single screen‎,‎ so your favorites stay right at your fingertips‎.‎

Enjoy a very Sharp and colourful 4‎"‎ screen

See and do more on the sharp‎,‎ colourful 4 inch display‎.‎
nokia x dual sim 5

 Key Features

  • OS: Android 4.1.3
  • Display size: 4 ''
  • Processor name: Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 
  • Main camera sensor: 3 MP 
  • RAM: 512 MB 
  • Mass memory: 4 GB
  • Maximum standby time with dual SIM: 17 days
  • Maximum talk time (2G): 13.3 h
  • SIM card type: Micro SIM 


nokia x dual sim 6

Now the Full Detailed Specs(Don't Get too bored!)

Display and User Interface
  • Display size‎:‎ 4 ‎''‎
  • Display resolution‎:‎ WVGA ‎(‎800 x 480‎)‎ 
  • Display features‎:‎ Brightness control‎,‎ Tactile feedback‎,‎ Orientation sensor‎,‎ Nokia Glance screen‎,‎ Wide viewing angle‎,‎ Screen double tap
  • Display colors‎:‎ TrueColor ‎(‎24‎‐bit/16M‎)‎ 
  • Aspect ratio‎:‎ 15‎:‎9 
  • Pixel density‎:‎ 233 ppi
  • Display technology‎:‎ LCD 
  • Touch screen technology‎:‎ Capacitive two‎‐point touch 
  • Sensors‎:‎ Ambient light sensor‎,‎ Accelerometer‎,‎ Proximity sensor
Keys and Input Methods
  • User Input‎:‎ Touch 
  • Operating keys‎:‎ Volume keys‎,‎ Power/Lock key‎,‎ Back key
  • Form factor
  • Form factor‎:‎ Monoblock touch 
  • Hardware
  • Connectivity
  • SIM card type‎:‎ Micro SIM 
  • Dual SIM‎:‎ Dual Standby SIM 
  • Charging connectors‎:‎ Micro‎‐USB 
  • AV connectors‎:‎ 3.5 mm audio connector 
  • System connectors‎:‎ Micro‎‐USB‎‐B 
  • USB‎:‎ USB 2.0 
Data Network
  • WCDMA network‎:‎ 900 MHz‎,‎ 2100 MHz
  • WCDMA max data speed DL‎:‎ HSDPA ‎‐ 7.2 Mbps 
  • WCDMA max data speed UL‎:‎ HSUPA ‎‐ 5.76 Mbps 
  • GSM network‎:‎ 850 MHz‎,‎ 900 MHz‎,‎ 1800 MHz‎,‎ 1900 MHz
  • GSM max data speed DL‎:‎ EGPRS 236.8 kbps 
  • GSM max data speed UL‎:‎ GPRS 85.6 kbps
Power Management
  • Battery capacity‎:‎ 1500 mAh
  • Battery voltage‎:‎ 3.7 V
  • Removable battery‎:‎ Yes 
  • Maximum standby time‎:‎ 28 days
  • Maximum talk time ‎(‎2G‎)‎‎:‎ 13.3 h
  • Maximum talk time ‎(‎3G‎)‎‎:‎ 10.5 h
  • Maximum standby time with dual SIM‎:‎ 17 days
  • Maximum music playback time‎:‎ 26 h
  • Maximum video playback time‎:‎ 8.4 h
  • Maximum cellular network browsing time‎:‎ 4.5 h
  • Maximum Wi‎‐Fi network browsing time‎:‎ 4.7 h
Processor
  • Processor name‎:‎ Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 
  • Processor type‎:‎ Dual‎‐core 1 GHz Dual‎‐core 1 GHz
Memory
  • User data storage‎:‎ In device‎,‎ Memory card
  • RAM‎:‎ 512 MB 
  • Mass memory‎:‎ 4 GB 
  • Expandable memory card type‎:‎ MicroSD 
  • Maximum memory card size‎:‎ 32 GB
Software platform & User Interface
  • Operating system‎:‎ Nokia X software platform 
  • Software release‎:‎ Nokia X software platform 1.0 
  • Software updates‎:‎ Firmware Over‎‐the‎‐Air ‎(‎FOTA‎)‎
Communications
  • Email and Messaging
  • Email clients‎:‎ Native Email Client‎,‎ Hotmail‎,‎ Yahoo‎!‎ Mail
  • Email protocols‎:‎ EAS‎,‎ SMTP‎,‎ IMAP4‎,‎ POP3‎,‎ IMAPS

Call management
  • Call management features‎:‎ Call waiting‎,‎ Call history‎,‎ Call forwarding‎,‎ Call logs‎:‎ dialled‎,‎ received and missed‎,‎ Conference call‎,‎ Fixed dialling number‎,‎ Integrated hands‎‐free speakers‎,‎ Skype voice call‎,‎ Speed dial‎,‎ Voice mail
  • Supported amount of phonebooks‎:‎ One integrated phonebook 
  • Supports amount of contacts‎:‎ Unlimited 
  • Ringtones‎:‎ Downloadable ringtones‎,‎ MP3 ringtones
  • Noise cancellation‎:‎ Yes 
  • Speech codecs‎:‎ GSM FR‎,‎ GSM HR‎,‎ AMR‎‐NB‎,‎ AMR‎‐WB‎,‎ GSM EFR
  • VoiP codecs‎:‎ AMR‎‐NB‎,‎ AMR‎‐WB‎,‎ G‎.‎711‎,‎ G‎.‎722‎,‎ G‎.‎722.1

Device Security
  • Enterprise security features‎:‎ Mobile VPN‎,‎ Data encryption for device
  • General Security features‎:‎ Firmware update‎,‎ Device lock‎,‎ PIN code‎,‎ Device lock passcode‎,‎ Device lock password
Photography
  • Main camera sensor‎:‎ 3 MP 
  • Camera resolution‎:‎ 2048 x 1536 pixels
  • Main camera focus type‎:‎ Fixed focus 
  • Camera digital zoom‎:‎ 4 x
  • Sensor size‎:‎ 1/5 inch 
  • Main camera f‎‐number/aperture‎:‎ f/2.8 
  • Camera focal length‎:‎ 32.4 mm
  • Camera minimum focus range‎:‎ 50 cm
  • Camera image formats‎:‎ JPEG 
  • Flash type‎:‎ No Flash 
Main video camera
  • Camera video resolution‎:‎ FWVGA ‎(‎864 x 480‎)‎ 
  • Camera video frame rate‎:‎ 30 fps
  • Camera video zoom‎:‎ 4 x
  • Video playback frame rate‎:‎ 30 fps
  • Video playback codecs‎:‎ H‎.‎263‎,‎ H‎.‎264/AVC‎,‎ MPEG‎‐4
  • Video playback file formats‎:‎ 3GP‎,‎ MP4
  • Video recording formats‎:‎ 3GP/H‎.‎263 
  • Video white balance modes‎:‎ Cloudy‎,‎ Fluorescent‎,‎ Incandescent‎,‎ Automatic‎,‎ Daylight
  • Main video camera features
  • Video streaming‎:‎ Streaming from video services and internet 
  • Video recording colour modes‎:‎ Black and white‎,‎ Negative‎,‎ Sepia

Environmental features
  • Energy efficiency‎:‎ Automatic screen brightness adjustment 
  • Eco content and services‎:‎ Available at Store‎,‎ HERE Drive‎:‎ route optimization‎,‎ HERE Maps‎:‎ pedestrian navigation
  • Recycling‎:‎ 100% recoverable as materials and energy 
  • User guide‎:‎ One colour printing 
  • Packaging‎:‎ Made of renewable materials‎,‎ Minimized package‎,‎ Packaging is 100 % recyclable‎,‎ Containing up to 75% recycled materials‎,‎ Virgin wood fibres up to 55% certified



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