2017年10月31日

Xiaomi Mi Max 2 Gets a Permanent Price Cut in India

Xiaomi Mi Max 2 has received a price drop in India, with Xiaomi evidently looking to make its large display s6 edge battery even more pocketable. The smartphone, originally launched in July, is now available for as low as Rs. 13,999. This represents a Rs. 1,000 discount over Mi Max 2 price for the base variant, which has 32GB storage. On the other hand, the 64GB variant of Mi Max 2 will now cost Rs. 15,999, down from Rs. 16,999. Flipkart is making the deal even sweeter by offering you an exchange discount of up to Rs. 15,000 in return of your existing handset.


Xiaomi Mi Max 2 Gets a Permanent Price Cut in India

You can also opt for the buyback guarantee on the e-commerce site to give you a guaranteed value of the Mi Max 2. Further, you can use your Axis Bank Buzz credit card to get an additional five percent discount.


Xiaomi VP and Xiaomi India MD Manu Kumar Jain confirmed the new development through a tweet on Monday. "BIG now costs less! Announcing a permanent price drop of Rs. 1000 on both variants on #MiMax2," Jain tweeted.


Xiaomi Mi Max 2 specifications


The Xiaomi Mi Max 2 is the successor to the original Mi Max that was unveiled in May. The smartphone has a 6.44-inch IPS display with 1080x1920 pixels (full-HD) resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. Under the hood, the handset has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC with an octa-core Cortex-A53 CPU and Adreno 506 GPU. There is a 12-megapixel primary camera sensor with f/2.2 aperture and dual-LED flash and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor with an f/2.0 aperture lens. The handset packs a 5300mAh battery and runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system with MIUI 8.0.


In addition the price-drop of the Mi Max 2, Xiaomi is all set to launch a new selfie-centric smartphone in India on November 3.


Last Week, Xiaomi announced that it sold over four million galaxy s6 battery units in India within a month. The Beijing-based company had claimed that it sold over a million devices through its Mi.com online store in the country.

  


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2017年10月27日

Samsung make fun of Google Pixel 2 XL display

Remember when Samsung used to mock everything about Apple’s iPhone in TV ads that used to go viral on YouTube? Well, it turns out Samsung is still ready to take a hit at competitors when it feels threatened, even if those competitors are its partners.


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Samsung this week released a commercial that focuses on the display quality of its samsung s7 edge screen replacement . But if you’ve been keeping up with tech news, you know that can only mean one thing. Samsung is quietly going after Google’s Pixel 2 XL.


Google’s new phablet is riddled with screen issues that are not easy to fix. They affect the overall screen experience, and that’s why the Pixel 2 XL is not exactly a samsung s7 edge screen replacement I’d recommend to anyone.


Samsung’s passive-aggressive Galaxy S8 and Note 8 commercial is published on YouTube as unlisted. That means you can only watch it if you have the link. The ad only talks about displays, but Samsung doesn’t do any of the talking. The 30-second video is a collection of clips taken from various YouTube videos that praise Samsung screens. “Top tech reviewers share their thoughts on the amazing Galaxy screen,” Samsung says in the video description.



There’s no hit at Google or other competitors. And because Google is still a major partner, don’t expect Samsung to mock it as hard as it used to do in those anti-Apple ads. In fact, Samsung has stopped bashing Apple in its commercials.


But the implications are there because the video was published this week, just as more Pixel 2 XL screen issues were discovered. Samsung really wants everybody to know that its screens are highly praised by users, whereas other OLED screens aren’t. Google’s (and LG’s) Pixel 2 XL problems will surely help Samsung to sell more OLED screens to Apple, Google and others.

  


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2017年10月26日

Check out the iPhone X's smooth app-switching

With the release of the iPhone X just around the corner, we're starting to see more pictures and videos of the device in the wild. Some of them simply show off the iPhone's original design, while others showcase brand new features.


This video falls into that second category. An early iPhone X video on Imgur shows off the lg parts 's new app-switching function, which you can see here:


The brand-new iPhone X marks the first iPhone to come without a dedicated home button. App-switching replaces one of the home button's jobs, to call up a list of your recent apps so you can re-open one. The video shows the iPhone X's ability to switch between apps by putting your thumb on the bottom of the iPhone's screen and then moving it from one side to the other in a small arcing motion. The transition between apps look pretty smooth.


This represents a radical design change for Apple, and it's too soon to say if phone buyers will fully embrace the changes. Along with removing the fingerprint reader, Apple has also added the controversial Face ID, which shifts the way buyers can biometrically log in without tapping in a pin.


Another hands-on video of the iPhone X appeared online this week by the daughter of an Apple employee. It more generally shows off the lg screen replacement X's hardware and software:


While the new design and features give the iPhone X some update appeal, it's hard to know what they'll be like before the release. A recent Bloomberg report claims that Apple eased its accuracy standards of Face ID in order to speed up bottlenecked production. However, Apple was quick to defend its tech.

  


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2017年10月19日

ZTE Axon M With Dual Full-HD Displays Launched

We have been hearing of several handset makers working on foldable smartphones for a long time. The feat, however, has been achieved by ZTE. The Axon M is the company's first dual display smartphone with a hinge. ZTE Axon M has been launched exclusively on AT&T in the US, and will be available starting next month. The Chinese company has confirmed that the Axon M will also be making its way to other markets including China, Europe and Japan.


ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone With Dual Full-HD Displays Launched: Price, Specifications

ZTE is heavily marketing the new Axon M as a multimedia device and says that it can fit in a pocket easily when folded. The iphone 6 plus screen comes with four modes including Dual mode, which will allow users to use two different apps in separate screens; Extended mode can stream email or allows users play games on a full 6.75-inch full-HD display; Mirror mode, which allows users to mirror the same content on both the screen when folded with both screens in different directions, and Traditional mode, which allows users to use the device as a conventional smartphone. ZTE Axon M will be available at $24.17 (roughly Rs. 1,600) for 30 months on AT&T Next when they have eligible service.


For specifications, the ZTE Axon M features two 5.2-inch dual full-HD TFT LCD displays with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. It is powered by Snapdragon 821 SoC, which may seem slightly outdated. It comes with 4GB of RAM and packs 64GB inbuilt storage. Interestingly, there's 20-megapixel single camera which can be used for rear and front-facing shots. The rear camera comes with f/1.8 aperture. The Android 7.1.2 Nougat-based handset packs 3180mAh battery and supports Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging.


Commenting on the launch, "The ZTE Axon M is the beginning of a significant movement of smartphone capabilities, and ZTE is leading the way. The mobile technology ecosystem and consumer habits have evolved over the past several years, but the smartphone experience has only slightly varied throughout that time until today, with the introduction of the Axon M. Consumers need and expect more from their current iphone 6 plus screen repair and we are proud to collaborate with carriers around the world and AT&T in the US to transform their mobile experience."

  


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2017年10月18日

Expect MASSIVE iPhone X Delays

It's been fairly well publicised that Apple's iPhone X is having supply problems and won't, according to the most prominent analysts, be available in decent numbers until inside 2018.



The situation might be a lot worse that previously feared, however, with news that Apple's manufacturing partner, Foxconn, finalised an initial shipment of only 46,500 iPhone X units; delivered the the UAE and the Netherlands from Zhengzhou and Shanghai.


Stack that up against expected pre-order demand and it's looking pretty grim. KGI Securities analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, predicted 40-50 million pre-orders for the s7 edge screen price and said Apple would need 30-35 million units to meet demand inside 2017. Recent reports also indicate that Apple fans are not buying the iPhone 8, instead preferring to wait for the iPhone X; the iPhone 7 is currently selling more units than the iPhone 8 (presumably those who are upgrading from the iPhone 6 or earlier).


That initial shipment pales in comparison to Apple's usual initial shipment figures. New reports indicate Foxconn is now producing 400,000 s7 edge lcd replacement units per week, up from 100,000 previously. Analysts believe the source of the supply problem is not the OLED panels, which were previously thought to be an issue. Instead, it's the 3D TrueDepth face scanner camera, the one used for the Face ID biometric identification which replaces the Touch ID fingerprint scanner. Allegedly, this tech requires two key components working in tandem, and one of those components is only being produced in the tens of thousands of units, which is out of sync with Apple's other component production rates. Manufacturing yields have reportedly fallen below 10%


Allegedly, this tech requires two key components working in tandem, and one of those components is only being produced in the tens of thousands of units, which is out of sync with Apple's other component production rates. Manufacturing yields have reportedly fallen below 10%

  
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2017年10月17日

OnePlus Says User Data Wasn't Shared

OnePlus recently faced public backlash after a researcher discovered that the company's devices were collecting unanonymised user data without user consent. Chinese handset maker responded in no time claiming that it was collecting data to improve its service, and that it was standard practice in OEMs. The company, however, has now taken some prompt decisions which include a new "opt-in" option for the user experience program.


OnePlus Co-Founder Carl Pei in a forum post has addressed issues, and vow to stop collecting information like sony parts numbers, MAC addresses and Wi-Fi information. "We'd like to emphasise that at no point have we shared this information with outside parties. The analytics we're discussing in this post, which we only look at in aggregate, are collected with the intention of improving our product and service offerings," Pei added.


He stressed that users can at any point opt out of usage analytics collection by navigating to Settings > Advanced > Join user experience program. Pei further confirmed that OnePlus devices by end of October will have the prompt in the setup wizard which will ask whether they want to join the company's user experience program. Pei said that the setup wizard will clearly indicate that the program collects usage analytics.


"In addition, we will include a terms of service agreement that further explains our analytics collection," he added.


The privacy issue on OnePlus devices was first reported back in January though an in-depth report surfaced last week. Security researcher and developer Christopher Moore discovered that OnePlus was collecting unanonymised analytics data from its users including specific user patterns to a company server without prior user permission. The details allegedly being collected included the sony replacement parts number, IMEI number, mobile serial number, MAC address, mobile network names, and battery status more.

  


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2017年10月16日

Honor 9i with 5.9-inch FullView FHD+ display sales today

Honor 9i, which was launched on October 5, will go on sale today at midnight on Flipkart. The smartphone comes with a price tag of Rs 17,999 and it will be available in Platinum Gold, Midnight Black and Navy Blue colour options. The note 5 screen will be available for purchase starting 00.01hours on October 14.


Honor 9i with 5.9-inch FullView FHD+ display to go on sale from midnight today on Flipkart

The company is offering a host of interesting deals on the smartphone. To start with, users will get assured buyback value of Rs 9,000 and one can also avail up to Rs 17,000 off on exchange of old smartphone. Further, HDFC Bank Debit and Credit cards users will get additional discounts as well. Interestingly, the smartphone will be available during Flipkart’s Big Diwali Sale that will kick-start from October 14 and will end on October 17.


Recollecting some key specifications, the Honor 9i features a unibody metal design and a 5.9-inch FullView Full HD+ (2160 x 1080 pixels) 2.5D curved glass display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by a 2.36 GHz Octa-core Kirin 659 processor coupled with 4GB RAM. The smartphone has a 64GB internal memory and has an expandable memory up to 256GB with microSD. The smartphone runs on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system and has the EMUI 5.1 on top of it. There is a 3340 mAh battery in this samsung note 5 display price . It also features a fingerprint sensor on the back of the device below the dual camera setup.


The Honor 9i offers four cameras compromising of two rear and two front cameras. It has a 16 megapixel with dual-tone LED flash and 2-megapixel rear-facing shooters. For the front, there is 13 megapixel with soft LED flash and 2-megapixel sensors. Besides, the smartphone offers Hybrid Dual SIM, 4G LTE with VoLTE, WiFi (802.11 b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.2, GPS/A-GPS, NFC. The handset measures 156.2 × 75.2 × 7.5mm and weighs around 164 grams.

  


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2017年10月14日

Apple rolls out iOS 11.0.3 update for iPhone

Apple has started rolling out iOS 11.0.3 update for its iOS devices that contains several bug fixes and improvements. The update would probably solve the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus issues where audio and haptic feedback was not working, unresponsive touch input issues in iPhone 6s and some bug fixes.


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The update also addresses an issue on the iPhone 6s as some users reported that touch was unresponsive on after the previous update. Apple says that the main reason behind the issue was the fact that the nexus 5x battery replacement were not serviced with genuine Apple parts. update is about 276.3 MB in size and is now available to all compatible iOS devices including iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and other Apple devices starting from iPhone 5S or newer, 5th Gen iPad or newer and iPod touch 6th Gen. In order to check for the update, users need to go to Settings> General > Software Update to check for the update. Previously, many iOS users complained that with the latest iOS 11 update, the battery was draining at a faster rate and some also reported Exchange server issue as well which was resolved by iOS 11.0.1 update.


Meanwhile, according to a data collected by analytics company Mixpanel, the latest iOS 11 is installed on 25.28 percent of iOS devices after being released to the public last week. The firm says that iOS 10 is installed on 67.83 percent of devices, while 6.89 percent continues to run on an earlier version of iOS. Interestingly, the iOS 11 adoption rates are much lower when compared to the iOS 10. The iOS 10 was installed on 34 percent devices under a week of launch.


To recall, recently Apple has announced to launch hundred of new emojis for the nexus 6p battery replacement and iPad with the update of iOS 11.1. The new emojis are Woman with Headscarf, Bearded Person, Breastfeeding, Zombie, Person in Lotus Position and new food items such as Sandwich and Coconut. Apple added that iOS 11.1 will also include the Love-You Gesture, designed after the “I love you” hand sign in American Sign Language.

  


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2017年10月13日

Nubia Z17 miniS announced with 6GB RAM

Along with Nubia Z17S, Chinese nokia parts brand ZTE has today also launched Nubia Z17 miniS in China. The Nubia Z17 miniS is priced at 1999 Yuan which is approximately Rs 19,735. It will be available for sale from October 19 in China. The Nubia Z17 miniS comes in Black Gold and Deep Blue colour options. An Aegean blue colour variant of Nubia Z17 miniS has also been announced at 2099 Yuan which is approximately Rs 20,725.


Nubia Z17 miniS announced with 6GB RAM, dual rear and front camera setup

The Nubia Z17 miniS feature a 5.2-inch full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) display curved glass display with 450 nits brightness, 85% NTSC colour gamut, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. It is fueled by an octa-core Snapdragon 653 processor coupled with the Adreno 510 GPU. The smartphone comes with 6GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage with no option for expansion. The smartphone runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system based Nubia UI 5.0 on top and gets its strength from a non-removable 3200mAh battery. There is also a fingerprint sensor embedded into the home button in the front panel of the device.


On the camera front, the Nubia Z17 miniS also features four cameras - a dual rear and front camera setup just like the Nubia Z17S. There are two 13-megapixel rear shooters with IMX258 sensor by Sony. One of them in RGB with a f/2.2 aperture, while the other is monochrome. The device has dual front cameras in a combination of a 16-megapixel with F/2.0 aperture, 80-degree wide-angle lens and a 5-megapixel with F/2.2 aperture. Besides, the nokia replacement parts offers 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, USB-Type C and NFC. The handset measures 147.5 × 71.2 × 7.6 mm and weighs 155 grams.

  


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2017年10月12日

Meizu MX7 spotted with bezel-less display

Offlate, we have seen the Meizu MX7 surfacing online quite a few number of times via various leaks and rumours, the latest being of launching on October 11. But seems, the Meizu MX7 will not be launched at least this year. Senior Vice President at Meizu, Yang Zhe has revealed on Chines micro blogging website that Meizu has no plans of launching any new lg g3 screen replacement this year and Meizu MX7 will be launched next year in Spring season.


Meizu MX7 spotted with bezel-less display, tipped to launch next year

Moreover, Meizu MX7 has been spotted on Chinese online shopping website Taobao via GizmoChina. The listing shows Meizu MX7 with 32GB, 64GB and 128GB of internal storage. The listing also showed that the Meizu MX7 in four colours namely champagne gold, moonlight silver, matte black, and cherry powder. As per the listing, the Meizu MX7 will be priced between 1,799 and 2,299 Yuan.


The image in the listing reveals that Meizu MX7 will feature a bezel-less display with only a slight bezel above the display for the ear piece, selfie camera, and light sensor. A dual rear camera setup is also confirmed via the image in the listing.


As per earlier rumours, Meizu MX7 will feature a metal body and will come with 4GB of RAM. The smartphone is expected to boast a 5.7-inch QHD display (2560 x 1440 pixel resolution). The device will be powered by either a MediaTek Helio X30 or Snapdragon 660 chipset, rumours suggest


For the optics, it will reportedly boast a 21-megapixel rear camera placed on the back of this phone. For the front panel, the device will boast 5-megapixel camera. Furthermore, the smartphone may feature Meizu’s mBack home key below the device’s display. It is rumoured to be running on Android Nougat operating system with the company’s Flyme UI on top of the iphone 5s screen replacement cost . A Type-C USB port and a 3.5mm headphone jack will be placed on the bottom of the Meizu MX7.

  


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