Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Google’s new Nexus AKA “Pixel”

The most awaited phone of the year Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL is finally announced today. The both phones are differentiated on the basis of their screen size – 5.5 inch Quad HD display on Pixel XL and a 5 inch 1080p Display panel on Pixel. Both devise are manufactured by HTC but somehow google is taking the whole credit for the design. Both devices are powered by Snapdragon 821 chipset and running a specialized version of Google’s Android Software. Of course both devices are running on Android 7.0 .
5 features of Google’s new phone

Google Assistant – It is the new Artificial Intelligence software introduced by the google which helps you to interact with your device more conveniently. To activate the Google’s assistant press and hold the home button or say the “hot word” it will activate the Google’s Assistant. In the Google’s event it was used to show a picture from the particular date and time. It can also play music and can do a lot of new stuff. rsexfvgfljehfiskvvjraqisrvjwxljfvxhfff

Camera – Both Pixel and Pixel XL have score the highest rating in DxOMarl benchmark test. It has 12.3 mp rear camera with f/2.0 aperture. There is also gyro based video stabilization.
Limitless Cloud Storage – Google is offering an endless cloud storage for the photos and videos taken from Pixel phone even for the 4K videos.

Connectivity and communication – Pixel users will be getting the latest software update from the google. With its fast charging Google is claiming 7 hours of battery with just 15 min of charging.

Mobile Virtual Reality – IT is the first Daydream compatible phone.  The Daydream View comes bundled with a tiny motion controller. Google claims, that you can even draw with it. When you are done with it, the controller tucks inside the Daydream View itself for safe storage.

Hardware, Both phone are made out of aluminum with a big glass window at the back, surrounding the camera, flash, and the fingerprint sensor.
 The Pixel XL has a 3,450mAh battery and the Pixel has a 2,770mAh battery.

 Both displays are AMOLED, both devices have 4GB of RAM, USB-C, a choice of 32GB or 128GB of storage, Bluetooth 4.2, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. 

Monday, October 3, 2016

LG V20: Most Underrated Phone ? !

5 best things about LG V20

DAC: The DAC , so this phone has a headphone jack  which we won't be able to granted much longer but the DAC behind this is not just a typical digital-to-analog converter so V20 is rocking a 32-bit hifi quad dac for significantly inproved headphone and speaker performance.

BUILD: The overall build quality and fit and finish of the V20 is lot better than the G5 from earlier this year.This is uni-body aluminum from top to bottom, and it actually really feels light. There is a pretty good use of space, fitting a 5.7 inch quad HD display and it is military grade shock resistant phone. It has a fingerprint reader on the back which is really quick. It has a 3200 mah removable battery and expandable storage as well.

SECONDARY DISPLAY: The secondary is sure LG thing that they did in the V10 and its good that they are keeping it in V20. So, it's a secondary display right on the top of the phone above the main display , this secondary screen is like a dock for permanent shortcuts for the things that might do often.

CAMERA: One of the best feature on the LG V20 is the dual camera, it is also very LG thing they have been doing it before .The V20 is rocking one 16 mp field of view camera and one 8 mp 135 degree super wide angle camera.

SOFTWARE: The top and  no. 1 best feature of LG v20 is the software, this is the first phone running android 7.0 out of the box. So, this is new Android 7.0 with the LG UI on top of it. There is google's in app search feature which search your entire phone through all the apps installed, you get does which optimizes apps for standby.

It has all the high end thing like snapdragon 820, adreno 530, quick charge 3.0 ,USB type C, 64 Gb internals storage . so, this is a complete high-end package phone by LG


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