Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge Launched

 

 

Samsung has finally revealed its much awaited Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge handsets. The revamped smartphone was revealed at the company’s Unpacked Event ahead of this week’s 2016 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and critics have begun to pour over the specifications.

So what’s Samsung’s new flagship smartphone range like?

Design

The two handsets undeniably share many design cues not just with each other, but with the outgoing Galaxy S6 models. There are one or two changes though.

The biggest difference is seen on the S7 Edge. While the standard S7 remains a 5.1-inch handset, the S7 jumps up in size to 5.5ins. With that comes the biggest change in terms of overall design, too. The sharper, flat back is gone and is instead rounded off to meet the curved edges of the screen.

At the back, the camera module has gone on a diet to make it protrude less – the new models jut out just 0.46mm, meaning they sit more or less flush. Samsung has also worked on the overall exterior packaging and manufacturing standards of the phone, now being IP68 waterproof standard.

Display

The Galaxy S6’s display won praise, so Samsung has a reputation to trade on. Both the S7 handsets have Super AMOLED Quad HD screens with resolutions of 2560×1440 pixels, but the smaller phone has a pixel density of 577 compared to the 534 of the larger Edge model. There’s “no reason to suspect that the quality is going to be anything other than brilliant”.

One striking new feature is that the display is always on – even when the phone is off. Notifications, date, time and a personalised screen will always be shown, while using minimal power.

Hardware

Both phones will use an identical processor, but with two different specifications.

Samsung claims the S7 processor is “30 per cent faster” than the one used last year, with the CPU up to 64 per cent quicker. Both phones have 4GB RAM while from launch, models will be available with 32GB and 64GB storage, though Samsung has confirmed that expandable storage is also an option on the new S7 phones. Micro SD cards up to 200GB in size can be used. The SIM card slot has two housings – one for the Nano SIM, the other for an SD card.

Owing to the fact the phones are different sizes, the batteries have grown and changed slightly. The standard S7 is fitted with a 3,000mAh battery, the larger S7 a 3,600 one. Both can be fast charged and wired or wireless charging is available.

Software

As suspected, the S7s will run Android Marshmallow 6.0, although Samsung has introduced a few new built-in apps and features, too.

Among them is Game Launcher, a dedicated hub for mobile gamers where they will be able to launch games and customise settings. Samsung has also incorporated the camera into the gaming experience so users can record their screens or themselves while playing.

On the S7 Edge, a new sidebar scrolling function allows for easier access to news, apps, contacts and messages. It was rumoured that the S7 could get 3D touch like features, but instead Samsung has introduced additional swiping features. Samsung Pay – the company’s rival to Apple Pay – is also coming to the UK with the S7.

Camera

It’s not just the way the camera fits into the chassis of the phone that has changed, there are big hardware revisions to the S7’s snapper.

Rumours that the phone could actually ship using a camera with less megapixels than the Galaxy S6 have turned out to be true. The S7 uses a 12 megapixel camera over the 16  used on its predecessor, but the actual sensor is mated to revisited and improved hardware and Samsung say they’ve improved the camera’s overall performance, particularly in low light. An aperture of f/1.7 combined with larger pixels means the camera will allow in 95 per cent more light for better results. The front-facing camera is still five megapixels, but also gets the f/1.7 aperture for improved performance.

Latest Apple iphone 6S and 6S Plus . Pre-order Now

Apple launched two new iPhones, the 6s and 6s Plus, which have the same screen sizes as last year’s 6 and 6 Plus, at 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches respectively.
A new aluminium body means they are slightly thicker than 2014’s iPhones, but apart from that they look largely similar, although they do come in a new “rose gold” colour.

What’s under the hood is more interesting. New “3D Touch” technology lets you apply different levels of pressure to the iPhone’s touchscreen to provide different options, for example accessing a sub-menu or “peeking” at a photo or web page.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is here



Samsung’s Note line of phones has always been about three things: a huge screen, outsized performance, and a stylus. But now, with the Galaxy Note 5, two of those three things aren’t so special anymore. Every Android phone is big now, and almost all of those big phones are fast and powerful. And more than any of them, Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus has been eroding Samsung’s claim to phablet dominance. The rest of the world caught up with the Galaxy Note.

Fighting all of that was always going to be an uphill struggle, so something had to change. To its credit, Samsung did just that. The new Note is different: it’s a beautifully designed object that feels like it belongs to the same family as the other Galaxy phones. If you can’t beat ’em with power and size, try to beat ’em with design.

Oh, and don’t forget that stylus.

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Reasons To Hire Us For Your Gaming Console Repair Service

4 Reasons To Hire Us For Your Gaming Console Repair Service


As avid gamers ourselves, we try to get our gaming fix as much as we can! And we love all the gaming consoles available on the market today and try to get through as many gaming titles as we possibly can in our free time, which is why we totally get how frustrated it can be when your gaming console starts to act up or is broken. That’s time away from your favorite games and we can help minimize your gaming down time since we offer a variety of gaming console repair services.

Here are a few reasons why you need to hire us the next time your favorite gaming console is broken:

Friendly Service

You won’t get any attitude from us since we know how frustrating it can be to have your favorite gaming console be on the fritz and provide all of our clients the best customer service possible. Our clients love our friendly service so much that they come back to us not only for their gaming console problems, but for other things like broken MP3 players and digital cameras, as well as screen repairs for their phones. We fix it all and always provide unrivaled customer service.

Experienced Expert Technicians

We won’t let just anyone touch your gaming console since we only hire experienced technicians who are experts in what they do. We make sure to find only the most talented professionals who can fix anything, including your broken gaming console system. So you can easily rest assure that your device will be in good hands. It’s their competence that provides them with an edge over other technicians in Auckland and surrounding areas, which is why many only trust their gaming consoles to us!

 Exceptional Quality

Know that our technicians will go above and beyond to make sure that every gaming console that comes into our shop gets the care it deserves and we won’t give it back to you until we are completely satisfied that we fixed it. We understand that you paid a lot of money for you device, whether it’s a PlayStation or Xbox, and want to make sure that we get it back to working condition for you so that you can get back to playing your favorite game that much quicker. We take care of each device that we get and won’t stop trying to restore it back to working condition until it passes all of our rigorous testing. We also have cell phone repair services and laptop LCD screen repair for those who are clumsy and break stuff easily.

 Low Prices

Other repair shops charge a lot of these kinds of repairs, but not us! We offer reasonable pricing options and won’t try to take advantage of the fact that you’d probably spend anything just to have your favorite gaming console in working condition again. Whether it’s our gaming consoles or iPhone screen repair services, we offer great prices on all of our services.

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Check out what our customers had to say about Hitech Mobiles.

Hitech mobiles offers repairs on all sorts of devices, including mobile phones, tablets, ipads, laptops, gaming consoles and beyond. Our goal is to exceed your expectations of excellence and it’s an approach that’s resulted in many satisfied customers! But don’t take our word for it!Here’s what a few of our customers had to say about Hitech Mobiles.

 



Apple's iWatch ready to launch in October 2014

iwatchGood news for Apple fans. Before launch of iphone 6, there are rumors that Apple will launch its smart watch or iwatch. According to an Apple parts supplier and sources close to the matter Apple will release its smartwatch in October (perhaps alongside an iPhone or iPhones) and will aim to produce between 3 and 5 million units a month.

Sources speculate that the iWatch could sport a curved OLED display and sensors that collect data like blood glucose, calorie consumption, sleep activity and blood oxygen levels. The smartwatch could collect biometric data using your iPhone’s Touch ID as well.

The iWatch is expected to run a modified version of iOS 8 and we guess it will have Apple’s new HealthKit bundle of fitness-tracking apps in tow.

Comparison of Apple iphone 5S and iphone 5C

 Key Differences Between iPhones 5S and iPhone 5C

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Find out how the 5S and 5C are different

Understanding the exact differences between the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C can be tricky. There’s the obvious difference–the colors of the phones–but otherwise basically all the differences are in hardware that you can’t see since it’s inside the phones. To understand how the models differ from each other, and to help you buy the right model for you, check out these key differences between the 5S and 5C.

1. Processor Speed

The iPhone 5S has a faster processor than the 5C. The 5S sports an Apple A7 processor, while the heart of the 5C is a 1Ghz Apple A6. The A7 is a newer, more powerful model than the A6, particularly because it’s a 64-bit chip (the first in a smartphone, according to Apple). Because it’s 64-bit, the A7 can process twice as much data at the same time as the 32-bit A6. Processor speed isn’t as big a factor in smartphones as it is in computers (there are many other things that affect overall performance as much, if not more), and the A6 is very fast (it’s the same processor as in the iPhone 5), but the A7 in the iPhone 5S will make that model a bit speedier than the 5C.

2. Motion Co-Processor

The iPhone 5S is the first iPhone to include a motion co-processor. This is a chip that interacts with the iPhone’s physical sensors–the accelerometer, compass, and gyroscope–to provide new feedback and options to apps. This could include much more detailed fitness and exercise apps, and the ability to know whether the user is sitting or standing. It’s such a new feature that there won’t be a lot of apps that use it right away, but it could be a major asset. You’ll only find it on the 5S for now.

3. Fingerprint Scanner

One of the iPhone 5S’s headline features is the Touch ID fingerprint scanner it has built into its Home button. This scanner lets you tie security of your iPhone to your unique, personal fingerprint, which means that unless it’s you (or someone has your finger!), your phone is very secure. Use the fingerprint scanner to unlock your phone and enter passwords. For now, the scanner is only available on the 5S, not the 5C.

4. Camera

When taken just on the specs, the cameras in the iPhone 5S and 5C don’t look very different: they both max out at 8 megapixel still images and 1080p HD video. But what’s under the hood makes the 5S’s camera really stand out. The camera on the 5S offers dual-flash for truer-to-life colors, the ability to record slow-motion video at 120 frames/second in 720p HD, and a burst mode that captures up to 10 photos per second. The 5C’s camera, while very good, offers none of these advanced features.

5. Colors

If you want a colorful iPhone, the 5C is for you. That’s because it comes in many colors: yellow, green, blue, pink, and white. The iPhone 5S has more colors than previous models–in addition to the standard slate and gray, it now also has a gold option–but the 5C has the brightest colors and the biggest selection.

6. Storage Capacity

The iPhone 5S has the same maximum amount of storage as last year’s iPhone 5: 64GB. This is enough to store tens of thousands of songs, dozens of apps, hundreds of photos, and more. And if your storage needs are really big, this is the choice for you. The 5C matches the 16GB and 32GB models of the 5S, but it stops there–there’s no 64GB 5C for capacity-hungry users.

7. Price

The iPhone 5C is Apple’s “low-cost” iPhone. The iphone 5C costs just $899 for the 16GB model, the iPhone 5S costs $1049 for a 16GB model,.

 

Smart Leather Case for Apple iPad Air Available Now..

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Linen Textured Smart Leather Cover Stand for iPad Air 

  • Linen texured PU leather + soft micro fiber lining + inner plastic case, provides superior protection
  • Sleep / Wake up functions: When you open the case, the iPad automatically wakes up. Once the case is closed, it goes to sleep
  • Act as a stand for multiple viewing angles, comfortable and convenient for movies watching, game-playing, web-surfing
  • Comes with three card slots for storing your bussiness cards, credit cards or traffic cards
  • Holds your iPad Air 5 securely and precise cutous allow easy access to all buttons, ports and features
  • Special made to fit the shape of iPad Air

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