Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 at 5:10 pm
Samsung Electronics announced Sunday it developed world`s first core technology that allows transmission of large volume data in a fifth generation mobile environment. 5G is a next generation mobile network that is hundreds of times faster than the current 4G mobile technologies including Long Term Evolution and allows the transmission of ultrahigh definition movie in one second.
Samsung Electronics said, “We have developed technology that can transmit data at speeds more than 1 Gigabyte (transmitting 1 billion bits of data) per second via an ultrahigh frequency waveband of 28GHz at a distance of up to 2 kilometers.” The world`s first technology capable of transmitting and receiving Gigabit-level data in the ultra-high frequency of more than 6 Gigahertz has been developed. Read more
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Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 at 5:33 pm
The new Samsung Galaxy S4, is now available at all Vodafone stores across Malta and Gozo with exclusive discounts on the new Vodafone RED Plans, Vodafone Malta said today.
“The Samsung Galaxy S4 is truly a phone that makes our lives richer, simpler and more fun,” said Karl Galea, Senior Executive from Vodafone Malta. “As Vodafone Malta we’re proud to launch the Samsung Galaxy S4 in Malta. This helps us provide our customers the latest technology accompanied by the best service on the Islands.”
The company said that “the Smartphone features a 1.9 GHz Quad Core processor with a 5-inch Super AMOLED 1080p screen and the Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) OS. It comes with a range of new innovative features, including an improved dual 13-megapixel camera and new software features such as response to waves and gestures. Read more
Courtesy : gozonews.com
Saturday, March 23rd, 2013 at 1:11 pm
The smartphone technology is evolving each day. The new devices launched these days come with real advanced features. The one feature that fancies our attention the most is the dispaly style of the handset. Most of the devices, in general, offer capacitive touchscreen or resistive touchscreen.
For an average mobile phone user, it becomes difficult to analyze a handset on the display front, if one doesn’t know the basic diffrence between these two common display types.
If you are also not sure which type of display is better for a smartphone, we help you understand better the difference between a capacitive or resistive touchscreen phones. Also, there are few things to look forward to if you have made up your mind to purchase a new touchscreen for yourself.Read more
Courtesy : www.knowyourmobile.in
Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 at 4:04 pm
The technology industry will be paying close attention to Samsung Electronics Co. this week when it lifts the curtains on a new high-end smartphone at an event in New York on Thursday.
A lot is riding on the new device as Samsung aims to maintain its lead and boost profits in the increasingly crowded smartphone market.Read more
Courtesy : online.wsj.com
Monday, March 11th, 2013 at 4:17 pm
The HTC One vs. the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be the first significant smartphone battle of 2013.
The HTC One, announced in February is an impressive device that comes with new “ultrapixel” camera technology, a high grade aluminum body, a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch 1080p display, and the latest version of Android.
The Galaxy S4′s official specifications have been all but confirmed officially by Samsung. However, they are sure to be impressive.
Rumors point to the Galaxy S4 being slightly bigger than the HTC One with a 4.99-inch screen. It will also utilize a PHOLED display which is said to be an improved version of the AMOLED screen found on many of Samsung’s successful devices including the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2.Read more
Courtesy : www.christianpost.com
Friday, March 8th, 2013 at 5:17 pm
Samsung is getting more touchy-feely with Immersion.
The Korean electronics giant has signed a multiyear licensing agreement with Immersion for its haptics products, giving Samsung access to new technology for its various mobile devices.
Haptics technology is built into devices to create tactile feedback or vibrations so a user actually feels something when touching the screen of a mobile device. For example, Immersion software combined with “actuators,” such as motors, allows sensations like the feel of a button click when pressing a virtual button. It makes the product feel more real and can improve the user experience, particularly for people not used to touch screens.Read more
Courtesy : news.cnet.com
Friday, March 1st, 2013 at 4:51 pm
A lot has been speculated about the processor in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 but nothing has been officially confirmed so far. However, the latest rumor has it that Galaxy S4 may feature two processor types – possibly Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 in the U.S. and Samsung Exynos 5 Octa in Europe and other regions of the world where LTE is not that widespread. It is slated to be released on March 14.
This may come as a surprise for Galaxy smartphone fans but the news offers relief to many who were shocked by a previous rumor that the South Korean electronics giant planned to ditch the Exynos processor.
Samsung is likely to strike a deal with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) for the Snapdragon 600, JPMorgan Securities said. According to Taipei Times, the brokerage firm said the semiconductor company is likely to benefit from orders for processors to be used in Samsung’s next flagship smartphone. “For the U.S. version of the S4, Samsung will probably use Qualcomm Inc’s Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor, which is manufactured using TSMC’s 28-nanometer (nm) process technology,” JPMorgan said.Read more
Courtesy : www.mobilenapps.com
Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 at 4:27 pm
Sony Mobile Communications (“Sony Mobile”) has revealed its most ambitious marketing campaign yet for its Xperia smartphones with a significant global marketing investment.
The integrated campaign, which will be deployed globally in over 20 markets across TV, print, digital, out-of-home and retail from March 2013, highlights the best of Sony’s innovative technologies as found in its new premium Xperia Z smartphone. In a creative execution that features a selection of Sony’s much-loved products from the past, the campaign reflects the unique consumer experiences that only Sony can deliver as it looks back at iconic moments in history and showcases Sony’s technologies available today.
“Our latest campaign celebrates Sony’s proud heritage of innovation and how the brand continues to touch the lives of people around the world,” said Steve Walker, Chief Marketing Officer at Sony Mobile. “The launch of our new flagship Xperia Z smartphone marks a milestone as it truly brings together the innovative Sony technology, entertainment and connected experiences into a single device.” Read more
Courtesy : www.newswire.ca
Wednesday, February 13th, 2013 at 5:09 pm
One of the problems I have as someone who writes about technology is that there are certain types of technology — particularly post-PC technology — that you can only really understand by living it. The problem is that if you’re like me and feel a level of affection for your smartphone that it borders on indecency, trying to live with a phone that’s not your normal one is in reality pretty difficult.
But, when asking myself searching questions about the BlackBerry Z10 I felt I needed to know more about Android. The phone I’ve been using for the past year has been an iPhone 4S. I’d used Android kit for work, but that’s not the same as living with it. So I bought a Nexus 4 when they came back into stock in the UK, the idea being to spend the least amount of money possible as I presupposed it would disappoint as much as first- and second-generation Android devices had.Read more
Courtesy : www.zdnet.com
Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 at 7:03 am
The best camera phones available in the market just now.
A good camera phone must allow the user to share pictures easily over the net. So here we present to you the best camera phones that are user friendly, offer best in communication technology and very easy sharing.
Nokia Lumia 920
Nokia Lumia 920 is the latest Windows Phone device running the latest update of the OS, and also featuring the very best in hardware and software. It has an 8.7 megapixel camera with dual LED flash. The camera uses Carl Zeiss optics and offers several features such as image stabilisation and auto focus. The most interesting aspect of the camera is its Optical Image Stabilisation technology that helps it capture great quality HD videos. While unlike the Pureview technology in Nokia Pureview 808, it is not just about lots of pixels; it helps you take great shots in low light conditions; and helps you take very clear images and videos even when you are moving.
Lumia 920 features a 4.5 inch HD ClearBlack IPS panel display with a PureMotion HD+ layer that presents blur free images even when you swipe the screen up and down. The touch works even through gloves. The display supports 1280 x 768 pixel resolution natively and has a pixel density of 332 pixels per inch. This display has been constructed using Corning Gorilla Glass 2 technology.Read more
Courtesy : www.themobileindian.com