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Sunday, 27 January 2013

Google Nexus 4 contract: Outfitted with pure Google experience

Google sanctioned LG Nexus 4 is the latest installment in the Nexus lineup. As with every Nexus device, it has impressed users. With all the excellent attributes that Android Jelly Bean operating system has to give, counting the smooth connectivity & endless info given by Google Now, the Nexus 4 can be at the centre of users digital life. Wherever users visit, they can forever continue to be in the loop.

Users will be made satisfied in the multimedia segment as well, since the LG nexus comes with all the features to seize the crucial moment. Flaunting an 8 MP snapper with 1080p HD video recording users can click & shoot in superb quality, all of these will appear simply striking on the 4.7inches True HD IPS Plus screen.

For all these great attributes to work at the maximum level users require a powerful central processing unit, & the Nexus 4s quad core offering is surely that. At 1.5GHz users can be assured that, whether streaming video or surfing the Internet, it will not miss a beat & keep everything working slickly. In addition, with 8 GB or 16 GB of internal storage capacity on offer, there is plenty of space for all the favourite pictures, applications & games.

Google Nexus 4 contract deals are available with all the leading service providers in the United Kingdom mobile phone market. These deals are available at your nearest comparison portal. Log on to it and start searching for the best deals now. 

Thursday, 24 January 2013

CES 2013: Google to showcase Google TV boxes

Google is present on many platforms, but aren’t they missing on the television. The search leader believes that the set top box war can be won. With that in mind, the company has announced that it will be showing off more Google TV boxes at CES this year, and will be pushing functionality like voice command and the new PrimeTime guide.

We have to accept that every year, Google TV seems better & sexier, though each year it offers the similar trouble as well. There is one major trouble with the idea that the search leader has: cable providers possess completely no interest to support the gadget. More than this, cable providers desire Google TV to collapse, as Google TV is threatening to show users that the set top boxes they lease from the cable firms are terribly aged dinosaur gadgets that cost far more than what they actually cost. Obviously, cable companies (for a number of reasons) are permitted to prohibit third parties from making supporting set top boxes (which appears similar to a matter the government might desire to look into).

Google is anyway striving one more time to break into the set top box market with its software (as it retailed the hardware segment it had in the marketplace). The latest Google TVs are prepared to arrive from usual hardware partners LG, Visio, & Sony, and the fresh partners TCL, Asus, Hisense, etc. Apart from pushing the voice command attributes (what you would anticipate if you have used Android in the previous three years), there is a fresh PrimeTime guide as well.

The PrimeTime guide appears quite sweet in the scenario it will display you listings of users favourite shows and favourite channels, thus users do not need to go through a guide. Obviously, if you are someone anxious about becoming spellbound in an echo chamber, perhaps that is not such a fine attribute. Samsung Galaxy Grand Video

Sony Xperia Z Vs LG Nexus 4: What is your pick?

The Nexus 4, which released in November 2012, is a very popular smartphone from 2012. The Sony Xperia Z, which Sony unveiled as its newest flagship smart phone only some weeks back, is an Android smart phone that hopes to be amongst the most sought after in 2013. Here, we take a look at LG Nexus 4 Vs Sony Xperia Z.

Until November 2012, Samsung had produced every Nexus smartphone, which are actually Google developer devices and are blessed with attributes such as swift upgrades & an unadulterated version of Android Google Experience. The previous two Nexus phones, manufactured by the South Korean major, were named Nexus S & Galaxy Nexus & both established themselves as viable Android devices.

On the other hand, Sony Xperia Z is the Japanese manufacturer most enthralling smartphone in recent time, & users searching to find a fresh Android smartphone will probably have it on their list.


Those seen the Galaxy Nexus from Samsung, could, at initial glimpse, mistake the Nexus 4 for the old Nexus. Even so, after getting nearer & holding the thingy, it is obvious that these are two dissimilar smartphones from a designing standpoint.

As for the dimensions, the Nexus 4 sports a 9.1mm lay out with a weight of 139grams which implies that it is both broader & heavier than a few current gen smartphone devices, including the iPhone 5.

Sony Xperia Z comprises of a rectangular shaped layout that has roundedness surrounding the corners. It sports glass in both the frontage & rear that assist to give it a very modern appearance.

Thanks to its huge display, the Xperia Z, similar to the Nexus 4, is quite large. However, it is very slim, real thin.


Both the Nexus 4 & the Sony Xperia Z sport huge screen, a signature of several of the current generation Android phones & something that we could witness on several flagship Android phones to come.

LG has given the Nexus 4 a huge 4.7inches screen, similar to the HTC One X, with 720p High Definition resolution. The touchscreen also seems spacious though not overbearing such as the 5.5inches screen of the Galaxy Note 2.

The Sony Xperia Z sports a huge 5inches Reality display with 1920 x 1080 resolution and 443 pixels per inch. It is Sony first try at a 1080p HD screen on a smart phone.

We will continue this comparison tomorrow.

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Monday, 14 January 2013

CES 2013-Panasonic ToughPad JT B1 released with a tough body

Aiming for a definite demographic, Panasonic is anticipating to be a figure when anyone talks about ruggedized tablets, as there are still comparatively a small number of them present in the marketplace. At Consumers Electronics Show, they showed off their 7incher Android running slate in the Panasonic Toughpad JT B1, which from the appearance of it all, can actually endure even the most stern punishment possible.
Panasonic ToughPad JT B1

When you desiring for something that fulfills military standard 810g & is IP65 certified, which implies that it can endure drops from an altitude of 5 feet & both dust and water resistant, you will not get something that looks fashionable. Instead of it, the Panasonic Toughpad JT B1 is just a beastly looking device with its no holds barred layout approach. Not just is it weighty & broad, though its white tough seeming plastic exterior does not bring out any positive glances from.

There is nothing worth bragging about, as its viewing angles are awful. It is so poor that the slightest of tilts results in a bit heavy distortion & color bleeding thus it is difficult to witness whether or not its 500nits of brightness will impact the outdoor visibility. In addition, there is nothing to excite us in with the experience, as it is none other than the aged Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich experience on it.

Truthfully, if it were not water & drop resistant, it could easily win the ugliest slate design award. Although we commend the impermeable feature of the Panasonic Toughpad JT B1, it is a tough battle ignoring its higher than normal price tag of $1200 when it gets launched. Still, some users will buy it for its sturdy body.

Friday, 11 January 2013

Nokia sold 15.9million smart phones in Q4; beat own expectations

Nokia Corp signalled Thursday that its smartphone joint venture with Microsoft is beginning to gather rewards as it publicized that fourth quarter handset sales surpassed expectations & that its handset trade will get back to profitability.

The Finnish company share price increased 11 percent to end at €3.32 on Helsinki Stock Exchange.

The manufacturer stated it retailed 86million thingies in the earlier three months of last year, counting a few 4.5million Lumia smart phones, whilst incomes increased to some €3.9billion. A year back, it suffered from a fourth quarter net loss of €1billion with a 19 percent decrease in revenue.

The cell phone maker stated it retailed 15.9million smartphones in the quarter, an increase from 6.3million in the previous quarter.

The Finnish mobile phone maker has been struggling for a very long time in the smartphone market. Even Samsung surpassed it as the market which Nokia led for 14 long years. In 2011, Nokia proclaimed that it will join forces with Microsoft to make a smart phone that would run on Windows operating system.

Also, the manufacturer warned that seasonality & competition could have an unhelpful influence on the smartphone division in first quarter profitability of 2013. Nokia is due to report fourth quarter incomes on 24 January.

The results are great for a company who was about to sink. We hope that their Lumia smartphones sale continues to impress us. Competition is good for the mobile phone market, and Nokia could emerge as a tough competitor, and benefit the market.

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

CES 2013: Acer Iconia B1 slate finally receives an official price tag; arriving in January

Consumer Electronics Show is still on in Las Vegas, and we have finally got to see the affordable and highly anticipated Acer Iconia B1.  Of course, the tablet is aimed at the emerging market.

The Iconia B1 therefore becomes one of the cheapest Android slates from a manufacturer that you really know about. In addition today, we at last learned how much exactly the device will be priced at, as well as when we could anticipate it to hit the market.

Users in Europe can lay their hands on Acer Iconia B1 for mere €119. That is approximately $155 by today exchange rate, which is only a bit more than the below $150 price tag reported earlier. The slate is also anticipated to hit the market in the Middle East & Africa. If everything happens as planned, the Iconia B1 could be launched in the mid January. We want it to release as soon as possible.

For users who require a refresher, the Acer Iconia B1 is a 7inches Android v4.1 slate with a 1024 x 600 pixels screen, 512MB of RAM, & a 1.2GHz dual core central processing unit. From a technical stand point, it is fairly inferior to its close rivals, like the Google Nexus 7, though makes up for that by coming considerably cheaper. And this tablet would be way better than buying a Chinese product.

So guys, what do you think about the new affordable tablet from Acer? Let us know through the comments section given below.