Friday, 25 December 2015


A new survey by an independent survey company shows just 3% of Apple Watch users are dissatisfied with their watches and 97 percent of the Apple Watch users are satisfied. The statistics shows great success of Apple in smart watch market.
We’re still a day away from knowing how many people bought the Apple Watch (or maybe more, if Apple neglects that data in Tuesday’s quarterly earnings report), but we now have a measure of satisfaction from 800 people who say they bought the company’s first wearable device.
And they like it — they really like it.

Wristly, an independent research company devoted to Apple Watch insights, surveyed more than 800 Apple Watch owners between July 14 and 19 who reported a 97% customer satisfaction rate (that combines 66% who were very satisfied and 31% who were somewhat satisfied). Only 3% reported being somewhat dissatisfied.

The company also found, among their respondents, that 53% described themselves as “non-tech users” and 34% said they were “tech insiders,” according to Wristly’s survey data.
Inside the user groups, Apple Watch satisfaction was highest among the non-tech user set; 73% said they were very satisfied with the watch.

“Given the current customer satisfaction of the iPhone is at 99%, the first version of the Apple Watch ranks closer to the current generation iPhone than the first generation iPhone or iPad in terms of satisfaction,” said Ben Bajarin, an analyst at Creative Strategies who also collaborated with Wristly on the survey.

It’s good news for Apple. But it should also be noted that Wristly is surveying early adopters; the watch has only been on the market for four months. It’s unlikely that those who spent from $349 to $1,000-plus would be willing to admit they made a mistake. Furthermore, by not comparing satisfaction to other wearables in the market — like Pebble, Samsung Galaxy Gear and LG G, you really can’t compare satisfaction across the wearable markets. Who’s to say that Samsung’s wearable line doesn’t achieve similar satisfaction among its users? I also happen to own a Pebble Steel and would certainly report my own satisfaction as high.

This survey data aligns with other reviews and my own personal experience with the Apple Watch, which I’ve been wearing almost every day for four months. (I would fall inside Wristly’s “tech insider” user set.)
When asked about the survey results, an Apple spokesperson offered this comment, “Every day we hear from customers who love their Apple Watch and are finding new ways to use it.”

Regardless of how much Apple Watch owners love their wearables, the key to future success is — without question — sales. Some insist the wearable is a “flop” and, in recent weeks, projections for sales numbers have fallen precipitously, while Apple has remained mum.
If Apple defies expectations in Tuesday’s earnings call, it could position the Apple Watch as a rare wearable success.

OnePlus 2 by Chinese

Chinese regulator – TENAA – has revealed four pictures of OnePlus 2 (OP2cellphone. China’s TENAA certification shows us some specifications of the phone too.
So far, OnePlus has done a fairly good job of keeping its next smartphone under wraps ahead of the July 27th launch. However, as shown in pictures of , clear shots of the OnePlus 2 has been revealed by Chinese wireless regulator Tenaa. We already knew that the OnePlus 2 would have a fingerprint reader, and that’s visible in the (badly lit) image. Its camera setup looks an awful lot like the LG G4’s, meaning it may have laser focusing and not dual cameras, as had been rumored. Unusually, the camera is mounted very low on the back.

OnePlus has already let most of the rest of the specs out of the bag, including the Snapdragon 810 CPU, 4 GB RAM, a 3,300 mAh battery, 13-megapixel back camera and dual SIMs. It’s clearly clad in the OnePlus One’s “multi-material” back and is expected to have a metal frame. All of that sounds swell, but at what price? The original model sold like (invitation-only) hotcakes thanks to its $300 sticker, but the 2 is expected to cost a bit more — luckily, we’ll find out in less than a week.

OnePlus 2 specifications

Dimensions: 153 * 76 * 9 mm
Weight: 166 g
* Dual SIM
* Fingerprint sensor
Display: 5.5 inches LTPS LCD – 1440 * 2560 pixels – Corning Gorilla Glass 4
CPU: Snapdragon 810 – Quad-core 1.5 GHz & Quad-core 2 GHz
GPU: Adreno 430
Memory: 32/64 GB, 4 GB RAM – memory card is not supported.
Main Cam: 16 MP
Front Cam: 5 MP
USB: Type-C microUSB 2
Battery: 3,300mAh

Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950 XL: 10 Highlights of the First Windows 10 Flagship Phone [First Impressions]

The all new Windows 10 phones are here, and they are more powerful, interactive and productive than ever, as per the company claims. After all the company's smartphone future depends on the new range of device and the Windows 10 software. Microsoft promotes the first Windows 10 powered Lumia phones, namely the Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL as smartphones that have are mobile but work like PC.

The company today launched its flagship range of Windows 10 phone running devices including the Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL in India for Rs 43,699, and Rs 49,399 respectively, which are quite high considering the competition in the market and Windows' small market share against Android OS.

However the company is confident about the newly launched flagship phones and justifies the high price by saying that these phones have premium software features like deep Cortana integration and Continuum, with best supporting hardware, which give this device more weight over others.

The company also emphasized that Windows 10 software is developed to offer a similar experience across devices, be it a phone, tablet, laptop or PC, which make them connected and more productive. Hence, it allows a user to do the same on a smartphone what they can do on a PC. While the Lumia 950 and 950 XL are mostly about software, you cannot ignore its hardware as well. Microsoft's new Lumia phones do pack in some interesting specifications and features like an iris scanner and a 20MP snapper with triple LED, OIS, 4K video recording and more to beat its rivals.

However, the question here is that whether the new software will be able to lift the sales of the Lumia smartphones, considering that Android tops the chart with a major share and iOS is gaining popularity in the market.

We went hands on with the Lumia 950 XL at its launch event in Delhi, and tried to check out its new features. Here are our first impressions of the phone in the form of 10 highlights.

The new Lumia smartphone is thinner and lighter, but does not have a metal body which we see on most phones in this price category. You get the same old polycarbonate chassis that has been seen on previously launched Lumia smartphones. However, we are not complaining about the design or form factor here, as the phone does feel premium and good on hand. It is comfortable to be used, even single handedly, but you must be accustomed to using bigger display smartphones.

The front has a selfie camera and Microsoft branding at top, followed by display with thin bezels, and three soft keys as part of the screen. The right hand side of the device is where all the hard buttons are placed. So you get chrome power key, volume rocker and dedicated camera key on the right. The left has been kept plain. The top is home to 3.5mm audio jack, whereas the bottom has the microUSB connector.

The good part is that the back panel is removable, which means you can easily change the battery of the phone in case needed.

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL, as its name suggests, is a bigger variant amongst both the new Lumia 950s. It flaunts a 5.7inch WQHD display carrying 2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolution, with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection. Speaking of the display quality, we quite liked the display as it was immersive and vivid, and offered good viewing angles.

Camera has been one of the highlights of most premium range Lumia smartphones, and the latest Lumia smartphones are not different. The Lumia 950 XL phone adorns a 20MP rear snapper with support of triple LED flash, 5th gen OIS, 1/2.4 sensor, f/1.9 aperture, and 4K video recording capabilities. During the brief time we got to test the phone, we found its camera performance pretty impressive. Sample shots taken were sharp, detailed and had good colours, but we will keep our final take on the camera performance for detailed review of the phone.

Sunday, 22 November 2015

Samsung Galaxy S7 updates

Galaxy S 7 coming with the blast that can change n reform the new technology in phone. it would be less expensive as come to iphone but coming with the great features and latest technology.

A new Tech for phone i.e., VR (Virtual Reality)  this technology make huge changes in the present mobile market n giving the another curve or shape for this world.

This S7 is also coming with the edge which given the new look with S6 edge and S6 edge + . Refine camera and 820 Snapdragon process which have a highest speed at present time. 3/4GB RAM with 64/128 GB internal space.

Saturday, 21 November 2015

Latest HTC ready to fail more leading phone

HTC has lately been launching new variants of its 2015 flagship smartphone including the One M9e in China. Now, the latest in the series is the HTC One M9s, which has been launched in Taiwan.
Priced at TWD 12,900 (approximately Rs. 26,000), the smartphone is currently up for pre-orders via the company's e-commerce website in Taiwan. The One M9s aka One M9(s) will start shipping on Saturday. Unfortunately, there is no word at the time of writing whether the new HTC One M9s will be launched outside Taiwan. The One M9s features a design reminiscent of the HTC One M9 and appears to be a Taiwanese variant of the One M9e.
The HTC One M9s sports a 5-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixel) IPS display. Like to the HTC One M9+ and One M9e, the One M9s is powered by 2.2GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6795T Helio X10 processor; though the handset features just 2GB of RAM instead of the 3GB of RAM as seen in One M9+. The inbuilt storage on the device is 16GB, which is further expandable via microSD card (up to 2TB).
The spec listing also makes note of a “Sensor Hub,” however, it is currently unclear as to if this refers to a Nexus 6P/5X-type deal or else something different entirely. Curiously missing is any indication of what Android build will be present, or the fingerprint sensor included on the M9+.
The M9(s) will be made of dual-layer double-anodized aluminum and is currently up for pre-order in Taiwan where it is going to retail for NT $12,900, or roughly $393.

Monday, 16 November 2015

Latest powerful Phone for INDIA

We have very good news for all fans of High RAM Powered Phones. Samsung started mass production of their new LPDDR4 DRAM, allowing for next Generation 6GB RAM phones in India. Samsung essentially produced the industry’s first 12Gigabit LPDDR4 RAM with Samsung’s 20 nm manufacturing process. The real advantage of those chips is that they have a 50% higher density PCB layout with increased capacity as well as reduced power usage. Both of these are very important factors in small devices like a phone/tablet where every mm2 and mW matters.

Please note that this is Gigabits, not Gigabytes. 12 Gigabits is around 1.5 GB of RAM. Most high end smartphones have four memory dies, that means 1.5 GB x 4 = 6 GB RAM phones for us.
While some of you might say, what should we do with 6 GB RAM, please think about this:
  • 1) As we have newer ultra-high resolution, like Sony Xperia Z5 Premium with 4K Screen, way more RAM needs to be used by the GPU. 6GB RAM is not that unreasonable when a 4K screen has to support 8MP. Compare this to 1MP of most cheaper laptops today.
  • 2) The best part of these new 12Gb LPDDR4 Samsung chips is increased speed. The new chips are 30% faster, which means more bandwidth for detailed graphics and general performance.

Saturday, 7 November 2015

Nokia Power Ranger concept: 4 GB RAM , 24.2 MP Cam and huge 512 GB ROM!

First real Dual-Boot Phone.

Today we would like to introduce to you the Nokia Power Ranger, an amazing new Nokia phone concept. Mobile concepts, like the Nokia Power Ranger, is a realm that requires huge imagination and creativity. The Nokia Power Ranger might just be a blueprint for the next generation of Nokia smartphone for Nokia’s Comeback with Android in 2016. Read more about the Dual Boot Nokia Power Ranger for 2016 with 4 GB RAM, 512 GB ROM and 24.1 Pureview Camera.

After the smartphone section being acquired by Microsoft, Nokia’s fans thought they would never see a Nokia smartphone again. However, on April 15th, Nokia once again stepped into smartphone industry by acquiring the Alcatel- Lucent. On the main site, Nokia emphasizes: “The combined company will be uniquely positioned to create the foundation of seamless connectivity for people and things wherever they are. “. The newest concept for the next Nokia smartphone, which is designed by Ashraf Amer, is called Nokia Power Ranger. This utopian concept must cost him a lot of creativity. Coming along with beautiful appearance, Nokia Power Ranger Specs are what is called “futuristic”.
Nokia Power Ranger is a dual-boot smartphone running on both Windows Mobile and Android OS. This fits right into recent news about the Nokia C1 Android Phone, that will also come with Android OS. A Snapdragon 805 processor clocked at 2.5 GHz powers the newest Nokia phone while an Adreno 420 GPU takes care of graphic. Smartphone makers now have trends to produce borderless phones. So the designer is up-to-date when giving the phone a super thin bezel. A 5.1” 2K (2560×1440 pixels) display is located in front of the device accounting for more than 90% of the front.
With 4GB RAM, we think Nokia Power Ranger can handle multi-tasking very well. Furthermore, this Nokia phone is definitely futuristic when having a shocking on-board storage capacity of 512GB ROM. If so, memory card slot is not a need anymore.If you think 20MP camera is good enough, well, think again. This Nokia Power Ranger offers you a 24.2MP Pureview camera with dual LED flash and 4K video recording ability. In contrast to the enormous sensor of the rear camera, the front-facing camera is just of 5MP.