Samsung Galaxy S IV to have full-HD display, 13-megapixel camera: Rumour

Posted on November 21, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , , , , |

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As the end of the year approaches, the rumour mill about the next Galaxy S device from Samsung seems to be going into overdrive.
While the Samsung Galaxy S III was unveiled in May this year,there’s plenty of buzz that its successor may be unveiled a bit earlier next year. With twobig events at the start of the year, expect to hear more about the Samsung Galaxy S IV either at CES in Las Vegas in January, or (more likely) at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February 2013.

The first bit of rumour comes from Korean site Asiae and it says that the Samsung Galaxy S IV will have a 4.99-inch Super AMOLED display with 1920*1080 resolution, giving it a pixel density of 441PPI. That report is in line with earlier rumours which suggested that Samsung and LG are working on smartphones with full-HD display which may be releasedin first-half of 2013. It would make sense for Samsung’s next flagship device to be its first smartphones with full-HD display .
According to another report , the Galaxy S IV will feature a 13-megapixel camera, a significant upgrade over the Galaxy S III’s 8-megapixel rear shooter.
In addition to the above, there’s more buzz about the Galaxy S IV featuring a 2 GHz quad-core Exynos processor and an 8-core GPU.
Editor’s Punch: Hope this rumour turns out reality and we’l have an awesome phone again 😀

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Spice Launches touch and Qwerty Android phone for ₹ 6,500

Posted on July 6, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , |

Spice Mi-285 comes with a 2.8 inch touch display and physical Qwerty keypad in a bar shape.

Spice has launched its first touch and Qwerty Android phone called Mi-285 in the market. Though official announcement is yet to happen the phone is availableat online stores like Saholic for Rs 6,399.
The dual- SIM phone comes with 2.8 inch capacitive touch display. It runs on Android 2.3Gingerbread OS. The phone has 650 MHz processor for smooth user experience. It supports GPRS , EDGE, 3G , Wi-Fi, Bluetooth (more…)

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Karbonn to launch Jelly Bean tablet in September, for around ₹11,000

Posted on July 6, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , , , |


Google took the lid off its Nexus 7 tablet , which instead of following the high-end device league, chose tosatiate the low to mid-range tablet market’s taste buds. It is the first device to run the newest Android operating system, Jelly Bean . While there is no concrete confirmation on when the Nexus7 will hit the Indian markets, an Indian handset player, Karbonn, known for its budget handsets, plans to give us a home brewed taste of a Jelly Bean Smart Tabtablet, which will be priced around 11,000. It will hit Indian markets by (more…)

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CyanogenMod 10 will only arrive after stable CM 9 is ready, says team

Posted on July 6, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , , |


Ever since Google showed off Jelly Bean and handed out Nexus devices to developers at this year’s Google I/O, one question that’s on everyone’s mind is when wecan expect a CyanogenMod (CM) custom ROM of Jelly Bean? Given thefact that there isn’t a stable CM9 ROM yet, how much longer would wehave to wait before we got some early builds of Jelly Bean? The team posted an update on Google+ that outlines the progress of the build (more…)

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Jelly Bean arrives for Galaxy S GT-I9000, still needs a lot of work though

Posted on July 5, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , , |


The good folks over at XDA Developers have managed to port Jelly Bean to the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 , which still remains a hot favourite in the developer community. The custom ROM was created by Team Android Jelly Bean (TAJB), which consists of developers and enthusiasts like MKalter, Capez and ali1276. This is still a very early build and many of the functions arestill not working, but the point (more…)

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HTC One X gets early Jelly Bean build, unofficially

Posted on July 3, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , , |


With the new generation of phones with quad-core processors out, users are looking for newer, cooler features and the most important one to figure inthis list is Google’s new Android OS – Jelly Bean. Most of these phones already come with Android 4.0 ICS but modders and hackers have been able to mod Jelly Bean onto devices. HTC’s popular One X is one of the first to get this treat from the folks at the XDA Developers forums. (more…)

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Android 4.0 share crawls to 10 percent; will Jelly Bean impact further growth?

Posted on July 3, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , |


Ice Cream Sandwich distribution continues to grow at a slow but steady pace. According tothe latest figures, ICS now accounts for 10 percent of all Android devices in the market. Last month’s numbers were around seven percent, so this new increase can be attributed to the recent outflow of updates from Samsung and Sony for their mid-range and high-end handsets. You’ll also notice that theshare of Gingerbread devices (more…)

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Android Keyboard app for Big Fingers Released

Posted on July 1, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , , |

Are your fingers too broad to type on the small Android virtual keys? Henneberg Consult has released MaxiKeys, an app with a layout that will make it easier for you to type.

A Danish company, Henneberg Consult, has developed a keyboard app, MaxiKeys, thatthe company claims is as simple and easy to use as a PC keyboard.
A number of keyboard apps for Android smartphones are already available. Like the standard Android keyboard these keyboards have small keys and layouts, which necessitate toggling between layouts to access numbers and special characters.
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Adobe confirms it won’t support Flash on Android 4.1

Posted on June 29, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , |

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Adobe was very public about dropping mobile Flash last fall.In case that wasn’t clear enough,the developer just drew a line in the sand:Android 4.1 doesn’t,and won’t ever,get certification for Flash.The company is stopping short of saying that Flash won’t run,but it’s evident that Adobe won’t help you if the web browser plugin doesn’t install(or breaks in spectacular fashion) on that Nexus 7.Just to underscore the point,the firm is also halting new installations of Flash from Google Play as of August 15th.Security updates and other vital patches will continue on for existing users.Any fresh downloads after that fateful day,however,will have to come from Adobe’s mausoleum for old versions.The company had already said that HTML5 was the way forward on phones and tablets–now we know just how quickly it’s backing up that claim.

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Google maps Get Smart With Offline Navigation

Posted on June 28, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , , , , |

The latest update of the Google maps brings along the most awaited offline navigation feature for Android users.

Google, the internet search engine giant and the maker of Android operating system, hasannounced the launch of the much awaited offline maps feature for Google Maps whichis now available in the settings menu of Google Maps app on Android. (more…)

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