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Friday, April 15, 2016

Review: iPhone 6 Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Wich Good?

After several hours of Googling, Ebaying and review reading, I finally settled on the Redmi Note three because the upgrade path from my sure Moto 4G (second gen) smartphone. The Moto G had been a solid companion for the year close to I had it, and considering I bought it new one from Tesco for £84 I wasn’t inquisitive about splashing money on a premium robot or iPhone.

Premium phone, budget value

My budget was round the £150 mark that, as well as postage and shipping, simply stretched to the Redmi Note three 32GB. I bought the phone for £156, foreign directly from Hong Kong. this can be the primary time I’ve foreign a Chinese phone and, having compete concerning with it for a month currently, I’m very affected by its capabilities. It’s not good, except for the worth it comes pretty damn shut. I’d examine the phone’s potential 4G problems poignant sure bands within the United States of America and United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, however fortunately these bugs haven't surfaced as of nonetheless and also the 4G speeds stay wonderful in each European country and also the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It’s in all probability value noting at now that the GPS may be ‘interesting’ every now and then, giving utterly wrong readings while in settled spots. it might conjointly seem, as of the present MiBuild Stable seventy seven.77, the Wireless Hotspot doesn't work properly. I expect this to be fastened currently that Xiaomi has discharged the Redmi Note three within the United States of America.

Here's the mostly needed to know


Great phone for the worth. glorious battery life and enough RAM to own various apps and tabs open at the same time. Hotspot problems doubtless to be sorted with next update


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Saturday, January 11, 2014

Will Apple Release A Larger Screen iPhone 6 To Compete?

Samsung Galaxy S5 Spec News 2014

The flagship phones Samsung Galaxy Note and S series have dominated markets, so when will the next in the series the S5 and Note 4 come out? 

And what about an iPhone 5?

Alright now let's get to the S5, ever since the release of the S4 the flagship smartphone of the Korean company has been expected to have some major consumer pleasing features. 

One of the possible features, if the patent filing information from patentbolt is correct is that the new S5 will come with eye scanner technology.  This would be a significant boost to security measures (as it is said to be many times less hacked than a fingerprint scanner

The S5 may also feature a 64-bit processor to keep up with Apple's competition, with rumors of  a 2k WQHD screen at large (according to ANDROIDBEAT) this may definitely be the smartphone to wait for.  How long must we wait though?  Accordingly many report to expect the launch date in February of 2014 at the MWC event held a little earlier than a year after it's S4 release.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is next up for all of those phablet (phone/tablet) fans.  Rumor has it that a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite will be released prior to the releasing of the next in series.  The Lite would come with a few hardware downgrades, but much more affordable. 
  iPhone 6 
That's not to say that the company is ditching the next Note, but that it may appear later in the 2014 year, and with a few innovations of itself, such as a 3 paneled display with 3 separate panels for the phone use.  Rumors also suggest it to be curved.

This brings me to the next phone, the iPhone 6.  This phone is rumored to be a phablet sized phone to compete with other companies (Apple doesn't have a phablet size iPhone yet, unlike Samsung and many other companies) the iPhone 6 is suggested to have a larger screen.
  iPhone 6
What's also interesting is that according to a report Apple has filed exclusive rights to something called "liquid metal" which could reportedly put the next iPhone 6 as the thinnest smartphone to date.
  iPhone 6
The next iPhone could also feature a glass called "sapphire glass" which is allegedly 2x more durable than Cornel's Gorilla Glass.  This glass can also allow for a bigger screen.
 iPhone 6
Next up the release date: according to Macworld the launch may happen at Apple's WWDC event in June, with a possibility of hitting the shelves in September 2014

Friday, December 28, 2012

Hands-Free 360 Degree Video on the iPhone


Cycloramic could be a new photography app that shoots 360-degree videos from the iPhone’s camera by mechanically rotating the device while not the requirement for manual intervention or a specialised accent.

So however is that the automatic rotation done?

The developers of the app found an original thanks to apply the iPhone’s inherent vibration motor to rotate the device by a particular angle each few seconds. Once the device is completed rotating the specified quantity, which may simply be celebrated through the compass and gyro, the rotation and also the video capture stop.

The app has been designed specifically for the iPhone 5′s new vibration motor, therefore it would not work evidently for older devices. It needs a swish and flat surface to work on, and might presently shoot solely videos.

Here’s a video of the app in action:

Cycloramic could be a new photography app that shoots 360-degree videos from the iPhone’s camera by mechanically rotating the device while not the requirement for manual intervention or a specialised accent.

So however is that the automatic rotation done?

The developers of the app found an original thanks to apply the iPhone’s inherent vibration motor to rotate the device by a particular angle each few seconds. Once the device is completed rotating the specified quantity, which may simply be celebrated through the compass and gyro, the rotation and also the video capture stop.

The app has been designed specifically for the iPhone 5′s new vibration motor, therefore it would not work evidently for older devices. It needs a swish and flat surface to work on, and might presently shoot solely videos.

Here’s a video of the app in action:




And here’s the final video:



It’ll take a little of bravery for you forgoing of your vertically placed iPhone with the vibration motor switched on, however the device stays pretty steady throughout the rotation. The length of the ultimate video can vary counting on the roughness of the surface your iPhone’s unbroken on.

The predetermined rotations area unit 360, 720 or 1080 degrees, and you have got the selection of shooting the video from the front or the rear camera. the ultimate video is saved to your camera roll.


The developers of the app note that additionally to video, future unharness of the app would even have still panorama capturing talents, creating it an excellent camera for giant family dinners.

It’ll take a little of bravery for you forgoing of your vertically placed iPhone with the vibration motor switched on, however the device stays pretty steady throughout the rotation. The length of the ultimate video can vary counting on the roughness of the surface your iPhone’s unbroken on.

The predetermined rotations area unit 360, 720 or 1080 degrees, and you have got the selection of shooting the video from the front or the rear camera. the ultimate video is saved to your camera roll.



The developers of the app note that additionally to video, future unharness of the app would even have still panorama capturing talents, creating it an excellent camera for giant family dinners.