Friday, May 15, 2015


                                                     SONY E3 DUAL 

Here we are taking about the features and specification of the phone Sony Xperia E3 Dual. This phone comes with Li-Ion 2330 mAh battery. This phone is powered with Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 processor which gives maximum performance.
Phone comes with 4 GB, 1 GB RAM and it provide support for microSD, up to 32 GB.
The primary camera of the phone is 5 MP and the specification of the primary camera is Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama.
Phone comes with a front camera and its specification is: VGA.
                   Main Features of the phone Sony Xperia E3 Dual.
Sony Xperia E3 Dual provide the support for multi-touch and the screen comes with 480 x 854 pixels (Approximately 218 ppi pixel density) resolution.
Battery of the phone is Li-Ion 2330 mAh.
Display size of the phone is 4.5 inches and display resolution is 480 x 854 pixels pixels.
The mobile device Sony Xperia E3 Dual runs on Android OS, v4.4.2 KitKat.  (new update is available v4.4.4)
This is powered with Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 processor.
Phone comes with the 4 GB storage supported model(s).
Primary camera is of 5 MP and the second camera is of VGA.
This mobile phone supports GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2 and HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 networks.

Friday, May 8, 2015

new cameras in 2015

If you're looking for the best compact cameras of 2015 then you've come to the right place. We will guide you through the hottest
 cameras to save you time when it comes to buying one from your local shop or online.

Compact cameras are plentiful. With new releases and updates flooding the market every few months it's as much an assurance
 to know that the most up-to-date tech is out there as it is a hindrance to decide which one to pick.

Run this question through your head: "Which compact camera is best for me?" There are lots of ways to think
 through it - what do you want to use the camera for? Perhaps you want a versatile, all-rounder for a holiday or
travel jaunt, a camera with a bonkers-long zoom for some extra curricular activities or spotting those lions and
elephants on safari, a compact with a viewfinder built in, or that pro-spec DSLR alternative. There's something out there for everyone.

Here at Pocket-lint we've been cutting through the abundance of compact camera releases over recent years,
 including the creme de la creme of last year's models which remain strong. We've broken our list of great cameras
down into sub-headed categories to make things easier to digest. You name it, we've got you covered.
We'll be regularly updating this feature with the latest and greatest compact cameras that we review in full - and only those we've
 seen and judged - so you can see where your money is best spent

Panasonic Lumix TZ40

Smartphones are overtaking the bottom-end of the compact world, so when it comes to buying a more serious dedicated compact
 camera there's a lot to think about. A model such as the Panasonic Lumix TZ40 has a wide-ranging 20x zoom that can deal with 24
mm wide-angle shots for those group photos, or extend right through its 480mm equivalent to snap those far-away subjects large
in the frame.

Built-in image stabilization moves the lens by microscopic amounts to counteract any wobbly handshake, while the super-fast
 auto focus and hands-on touchscreen control is about as good as we've seen from a compact camera.

All that delivered from a small-bodied and pocketable model that can be carried anywhere. There's even built-in Wi-Fi and
 NFC for sharing pictures via a smartphone.

Despite being a 2012 model - the Lumix TZ70, complete with built-in viewfinder, has now arrived (see the viewfinder section further
 down the page) - the TZ40 remains one of our favorite do-it-all compact cameras. If it's a struggle to locate, then the more modern

TZ57 is a savvy stand-in.

PRICE: around £229 (at time of writing)

Canon PowerShot SX700 HS

Having a 30x optical zoom is the current trend for travel zooms, with the SX700 HS being Canon's offering in this
 category. If top image quality is a must then Canon seems to know best. The PowerShot SX700 HS might not be a
budget buy, but it cleverly undercuts the main competition from Panasonic and Sony by enough to make us stand
 up and pay attention.

If you must have a massive zoom in a pocketable format then there’s a lot going for the SX700 HS. However the maximum
 zoom does have its limitations and Canon has negated to boost its general feature set compared to last year's SX280 HS
 model - so that might be worth tracking down for a bargain buy.

What the Canon achieves is quality images. The SX-line has always been top of its class in this regard and the SX700 HS
 is no different, hence making it one of the top travel zooms available today. The newer SX710 HS is also now available, but

 the differences are subtle, with the newer model cramming in yet more (unwanted) megapixels.

PRICE: £209 (at time of writing) 

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2

Connectivity is all the rage at the moment, as who wouldn't want a quick, easy and wireless
 way of sharing their pictures? But no camera company has been able to deliver that concept
 better than Samsung.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 may have its share of issues just as the original model did - image quality lacks
 biting sharpness, and the product is rather big - but it's a breeze to use thanks to its Android operating system.

The Galaxy Camera 2 is, in essence, a high-end Samsung Galaxy smartphone with a whacking great 21x optical
zoom lens popped on the front of it. It's better and just so much easier to work with than any of its connected
competitors, but we can't help think a smaller device with a higher-spec lens would elevate this product to a whole

 new level. It's getting there.

PRICE: £299 (at time of writing)

Canon PowerShot S120

The S120 model is the epitome of a pocketable yet powerful compact, so if small is your goal then there are few other competitors
 worth considering in our view. It's not as complex as some pricier, more advanced models with larger sensors, but that's  just fine.

The 1/1.7-inch sensor produces great-looking images straight from the camera and a maximum f/1.8 aperture at the widest angle
 setting - a third of a stop brighter than its S110 predecessor - makes for greater shooting control.

There are plenty of other techie features too: Wi-Fi, a touchscreen control, a physical lens ring control that we're particularly fond
of and super-fast autofocus. It's a cracking compact camera only let down by some issues, if we're being extra critical: overexposure,
 limited battery life, the high price and a Wi-Fi setup that could be improved are the main shortfalls. But that doesn't hold it back from

 being a winner.

PRICE: £279 (at time of writing)

Panasonic Lumix LX7

Panasonic knows a high-end compact and we have a real soft spot for the LX7, despite it being the oldest compact in our list.
 It's got its own style, which includes a physical lens ring and other on-body controls that make it feel truly high end. Compared
 to its near competitors the build quality is a step above.

Autofocus is swift, raw and JPEG images are detailed from the 1/1.7-inch sensor and there's even a hotshoe that can be used to
 add an optional electronic viewfinder should you wish.

For our money this is the choice camera in this department - it's ideal as a DSLR supplement when you don't want to roll the big
 guns out, because the LX7 can happily live in your pocket or bag at all times. None too bad for its now affordable asking price

Even if the LX7 doesn't produce class-leading image quality at the mid-high ISO settings, there's just something magic about the
 design, layout and the way the camera feels in use. We love the physical aperture ring and the super-bright f/1.4-2.3 maximum
 aperture setting sets it apart from much of the competition. One not to be underestimated - this is all-round quality so long as you

don't want to use high ISO settings all the time.

PRICE: £279 (at time of writing)

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Monday, May 4, 2015

new smartphones in 2015

With the pace of smartphone evolution moving so fast, there's always something waiting in the wings. No sooner have you spied the latest handset, then there's anticipation of something else, the next big thing to envy.

We've rounded up the best smartphones for 2015, those we consider to be the best across all platforms, and we've regularly updated that list as the smartphone world has evolved.


The LG G4 will be launched on 28 April and expected to be in stores by 29 April (in South Korea at least).

LG Display has confirmed the LG G4 will sport a 5.5-inch QHD LCD display, meaning the new device will offer a pixel density of 538ppi. The company has said the new display will deliver a "Quantum Jump in Colour Gamut and Brightness", along with improved touch sensitivity and richer, more accurate colours.

LG has also confirmed a new user interface for the LG G4. The device will come with UX 4.0 layered over the top of Android 5.0 Lollipop, introducing several proprietary features. Quick Shot will allow you to take a picture with a double tap of the volume button on the rear without having to turn the display on first and the camera will offer three users modes including Simple, Basic and Manual.

Other rumours have suggested the LG G4 will be slightly curved, though not as curved as the G Flex 2, and it will apparently come with a 16-megapixel rear snapper. We know from an official teaser video that it will have a f/1.8 aperture.

There's rumours of a 64-bit hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset, so while it might not have the power of some rivals, it might offer better battery life and could be much more agressively priced.

But we do know that there will be a leather option for the cover, like the Moto X.

iPhone 6S

Just as the sun rises after the sun sets, there will be a new iPhone in 2015. Following the patterns of update cycles of the past, it will be the iPhone 6S, it will keep the same design as the iPhone 6, making a few updates in a few places. We think it will be called the iPhone 6S, rather than iPhone 7.

So you can expect the same size display and resolution, but you might be seeing the introduction of Force Touch. This new method of interaction has been introduced on the Apple Watch as well as the new MacBook, so it makes sense for it to come to the iPhone 6S and new iPads.

We can expect the next iteration of iOS to be previewed at WWDC in June, and launch on the iPhone 6S. As to what features we'll see arrive, it's too soon to tell.

There's also the rumour circulating that the iPhone 6S will uses the new aluminium that Apple has developed for the Apple Watch. This claims to be strong, but 60 per cent lighter than other aluminiums. With Bendgate blighting the iPhone 6 Plus launch, a stronger material might fix that problem.

HTC One M9+

There were rumours of the HTC One M9+ before the M9 launched. This phone is now official, following a launch event in China. It's pitched at the Chinese market first and there's no word whether it will ever be seen outside Asia.

The HTC One M9+ has a 5.2-inch Quad HD display and is powered by an octo-core MediaTek chipset, has a fingerprint scanner on the front, as well as offering a 20-megapixel Duo Camera on the rear.

In some ways it's more progressive than the M9 flagship that was launched recently, with HTC looking to other hardware manufacturers, experimenting with that camera, but still offering high quality construction.

We're hoping it ventures outside of Asia, it certainly move things on for HTC.

Huawei P8

Huawei's new 2015 flagship is the Huawei P8. It offers slick design with a high-quality metal body that's only 6.4mm thick, so it's thinner than the iPhone.

There's a Kirin 930 octo-core chipset inside and a 5.2-inch Quad HD display on the front, which is capable of generating some fantastic colours.

However, Huawei has heavily customised every aspect of Android using its Emotion UI and some might feel that the heavy addition of features, and the departure from Android norms has gone a little too far.

However, the camera is making great claims, as it the battery management. The other exciting thing is the price: you should be able to get this flagship for around £100 less than it's rivals.

Microsoft Lumia 640 XL

This 5.7-inch Lumia gives you a big screen Windows Phone experience, but really isn't that expensive. That's not uncommon for Windows devices recently, with the Lumia 640 XL available from €189, which sounds like a bargain.

It isn't the most powerful Windows Phone available, but there's some intesting details, like the 13-megapixel camera on the rear with Zeiss optics. There's also a 5-megapixel camera on the front, making it more appealing than the regular Lumia 640 it launched alongside.

In the hand it feels pretty good and although big, we think it's just about managable. The design is typical of Microsoft Devices in the post-Nokia era, and although it's plastic, it feel solid enough.

The 640 XL was launched alongside plenty of talk about Windows 10, but it's running Windows Phone 8.1 with Lumia Denim. It was slick and fast enough in our demo, but there's no telling what the real-world performance will be like.

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