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Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Android Lollipop 5.1 Update for Spice and Micromax's Android One devices

Hey guys!

A day before yesterday Micromax and Spice rolled out the Android 5.1 Lollipop's OTA update, well Karbonn didn't.
Well many of us were sort of disappointed by Google Inc. for not keeping their promise but it's fine as Google first announced the Lollipop 5.0 then 5.0.1, 5.0.2 and finally 5.1

So instead of rolling out three OTA updates of Android Lollipop for their Android One devices the simply and directly worked on the Android Lollipop's 5.1 update for their Android One devices, which is a nice thing as you'll would be saving your data as the OTA Update is of 409.8MB.

Here's how you can update your Android One Phone :-

1. In some of the phones a         notification would have appeared and if not then you can simply go to your phone's Settings>About Phone>System Update>click on Check for Updates and that's it.

2. You'll see a notification like this

3. Now you'll can simply download the update and after downloading you'll see a notification like this and click on Restart & Install button to install the update.
It might t take a couple of minutes as in my case it took around 10 minutes.

If it says that your system is up-to-date then you'll have to go to Settings>Apps>All then scroll down and fond the Google Services Framework. Then you'll have to tsp on Clear Data then click on Force Stop. Now you just have to restart your device and your done automatically the notification will appear in the notification panel.

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

The Wait is Over, Windows 10 Arriving in 190 Countries This Summer

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The Wait is Over, Windows 10 Arriving in 190 Countries This Summer

Thursday, 12 March 2015

Here is the New HTC One M9

Here is the New HTC One M9

Aakash Chandra 
While the world puts its eyes onto MWC 2015,  HTC has basically stepped on board with an excellent start. HTC has launched and announced a bunch of new products, also showcasing their connected concepts which include Connected Home, Connected Life, Connected Entertainment and Connected Self.
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The new HTC One M9 falls right into their connected formula and is not a whole lot different from the HTC One M8; it follows in HTC’s design lineage and adds a whole lot of new elements. HTC claims that the new design is inspired by luxury and mostly luxury watches.
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The new HTC One M9 has a newer notched design and a two tone finish, the gold bezels on silver is their hero product and will be available globally, a new graphite and an all gold will be available in select markets. The HTC One M9 still has a IR blaster and the native TV app has been replaced by the Peel remote app. The phone supports TDD and FDD LTE across the globe so is essentially a 4G world phone, and should work worldwide if you buy it unlocked.

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The Golden Edge Looks Better

Spec wise you don’t see a major bump up either. However a more powerful 64 Bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 runs this handset along with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. It sports a 5-inch screen with a 1920×1080 display. You do get micro-SD support upto 64 GB as well. Optics is where you see a major increase the new 20 MP shooter at the rear along with a 4 ultrapixel front camera make for a fashionable lot. The HTC One M9 also shoots 4k video natively and can parse it onto a class 10 card.

The battery on the inside is a 2800 mAh, bundled with Android 5.0.2 out of the box and the all new HTC Sense 7. HTC is touting excellent battery life on this iteration of the One.
HTC has also improved upon the camera app, allowing for better edits, filters and fun effects on the phone, along with a prismatic mode that indulges a trippy audience.

Along with the HTC One M9, the company also introduced a flurry of cases, including a number of dot view cases. The new design has a transparent back and allows for more customization of what is visible from the dot matrix. You also have a fun game called dot-breaker included as a freebie.

New HTC M9 Cases
New HTC M9 Cases
HTC has also made a rugged case with iP67 certification and 2 Meter drop resistance, giving you the rugged you have missed on the HTC One series in the past.


Samsung finally unveils the most anticipating flagship of the year, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 EDGE

The most anticipated forthcoming flagship from Samsung has finally been officially unwrapped.

The normal Galaxy S6 boasts a slightly larger screen size than its predecessor with a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED QuadHD display with a pixel density of 577PPI. Powering the new Galaxy S6 will be an Exynos Octa-Core chipset clocked at 2.1 Ghz which is bundled with a 3GB LPDDR4.

Meanwhile, in terms of optics, it retains the same 16MP count just like its predecessor, though it gets OIS which was missing in its previous iteration. In addition, it also gets a 5MP front facing camera.

On the memory front, the Galaxy S6 will be available in three variant, 32, 64 and 128 GB variants. All based on UFS 2.0 (Universal Flash Storage). And yes, just like the iPhone – the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge will not have micro SD expandability.

Connectivity on the new flagship has been given a slight upgrade, it gets LTE Cat 6 compatibility, while other connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.1, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, while globally unlocked variants will work on TDD and FDD  LTE bands so networks should not be a problem for Samsung this time around. It also gets a fingerprint scanner while juicing up the smartphone would be 2550mAh battery.

Coming to its curved counterpart, all specs and features  are the same except it gets a slightly beefier battery unit at 2600mAh along with an Exynos Octa core chipset clocked at 2.5Ghz. Meanwhile, the edge is mostly for aesthetic appeal. At the event the company announced that it took upto 800 Degree to bend the Gorilla Glass 4 display.
Samsung has included quick charging and wireless charging capabilities in the new S6 and the S6 Edge. The company claims that a 10 minute charge will result in 4 hours of usage. As charging the Galaxy from 0-100 takes the half the time as the iPhone 6.

The pricing of the normal Galaxy S6 would be around Rs 52,999 , while it's curved counterpart, the S6 EDGE would likely be getting a price tag of Rs 61,999.

We have pitted them against each other for a closer look at their specifications:




Display5.1-inch QuadHD Super AMOLED (577ppi)5.1-inch QuadHD Super AMOLED (577ppi)
Processor 2.1GHz Exynos octa-core2.5 GHz Exynos octa-core
Expandable Upto--
Main Camera16MP + OIS16MP + OIS
Front Camera5MP5MP
Battery 2550mAh 2600mAh
Operating SystemAndroid 5.0.2 LollipopAndroid 5.0.2 Lollipop
Network4G LTE4G LTE
Bluetooth4.1 + LTE4.1 + LTE

The Galaxy S6 Edge holds an upper hand from the sixth instalment in S series lineup, and the curvy edges would be a new experience for the users.