Thursday, February 27, 2014

The Goophone S5 is a clone of the Galaxy S5, only two days after it’s announcement


Goophone is known for creating clones of well known devices, and over the years they have come up with a number of these clones. In recent times they have become well known for creating device clones in a matter of a couple days. That’s the case with their new Galaxy S5 clone, the Goophone S5.
While the Goophone S5 isn’t available to purchase just yet, it might come out even quicker than the Galaxy S5 itself. The visuals of the device are almost identical to the Samsung Galaxy S5, but under the hood it’s a bit of a different story. The Goophone S5 will feature a 1080p HD display, a 13MP rear facing camera, and a 5MP front-facing camera. It will also boast a 2GHz octa-core MediaTek processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Unfortunately, out of the box the device will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
As for the price of the Goophone S5, it will be far cheaper than the Galaxy S5, coming in at only $299.99.

Monday, February 17, 2014

LG Brings L series Phones with Android 4.4 KitKat



LG is all set to expand its 'L' series range of smartphones by introducing its three new third-generation devices in the new L Series III range, named LG L90, L70 and L40. The handsets will be officially announced at the upcoming LG event at the Mobile World Congress scheduled for 24 February at Barcelona.



1.LG L90 will feature a 4.7-inch IPS display with qHD (540x960 pixels) resolution. Besides being powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM, L90 comes with an 8-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. There is no word on the smartphone's memory expansion, however the handset is said to come with a built-in 8GB storage. A powerful 2540mAh removable battery will back this device. LG L90 will measures 131.6 x 66.0 x 9.7mm in dimensions, as reported by Android Central.

2.LG L70 settles down for nearly the same screen size of 4.5-inch with an IPS display packing a 400x800 pixels resolution. The smartphone, like L90, will come with 1GB of RAM, but is paired with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor. The LG L70 comes in two variants depending on the market, with a choice of 8-megapixel or 5-megapixel rear cameras. Both variants will have a front-facing VGA camera. The L70 comes with 4GB of built-in storage. The device will be backed-up by a 2100mAh removable battery. The LG L70 measures 127.2 x 66.8 x 9.5mm in dimensions.

3.LG L40 being the smartphone with the lowest specs in line, features a 3.5-inch screen with 320x480 pixels resolution. The smartphone comes with a low 512MB of RAM and seemingly the same processor featured by L70 - a dual-core 1.2GHz chip. LG L40 misses a front-facing camera but feature a 3-megapixel shooter. Like the LG L70, the L40 will also arrive with 4GB of storage with no word on its expansion. Depending on the market, the handset will arrive in two removable battery model variants - 1700mAh and 1540mAh. The L40 is smaller and bit thicker in size than the L70 and the L90 (109.4 x 59.0 x 11.9mm).

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Concept of Android 4.5 (Lollipop):Shows a Better one

Android 4.5 Licorice (or Lollipop) is already on designers minds, and this week the popular concept creators from Pixel Shiftare sharing their vision of the next version of Android. Google’s mobile OS has come a long ways, but lately the focus has been all about polishing the experience. Android Jelly Bean set the stage, and since then we’ve seen minimal design changes to round the edges, and improve every aspect. This developer thinks the next step is improving the “out of box experience” and it looks pretty amazing.

Android 4.5 Lollipop concept




Ruiz didn’t focus on changing major areas of Android, and instead took the the initial out of the box experience, considering that’s the first interaction we have with Android. This has changed slightly from release to release, but the general idea behind the setup remains the same. Pixel Shift wants to change this, and the multiple mockups provided show exactly that. The focus: delivering a clean, inviting & personal experience to each and ever user from the moment they unbox their new device.

He’s removed the boring black gradient start screen asking for your Google account, and replaced it with a very clean and simple launch page. Offering a very familiar Google design, hints of the latest Android changes, all in a  simple way. We’re huge fans so far. Then, he moves on to the inviting and “personal” side of things, bringing the Google+ Avatar photo front and center. As shown above you already feel at home (especially if you’ve had an Android device before) and then you’re prompted to let Google back up your device.

 

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