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Sony Xperia Z2 : Detailed Review

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Sony Xperia Z2 is a perfect example of an ideal phone, it is a perfect phone from all the angles a phone lover would imagine his phone to be. Sony Xperia Z2 is waterproof as its older brother Sony Xperia Z, but in comparison younger brother Xperia Z2 is a better King of the Sony Xperia phones. The phone is completely modified starting from camera and ending with the sensors, each part of the phone is modified in such a way that the new Sony Xperia Z2 is the item that defines perfection.
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Moto E: Best under budget?

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To start off, Moto E sports a 4.3-inch display with 960x540p resolution, giving pixel density of 256ppi. Beyond the numbers, we noticed that the colours were bright and saturated and it was hard to find individual pixels. This is a welcome change from most smartphones at this price, which feature much lower resolution and have overall poor displays. The display is also covered with Gorilla Glass 3 for added protection against scratches. Continue

News: Nokia Lumia 630 launches in India; available starting May 16

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On April 2nd at Microsoft’ Build Conference, Microsoft announced their next mobile OS, Windows Phone 8.1. During the conference, Nokia also announced their upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 devices, the Nokia Lumia 630 and the Nokia Lumia 930. A few weeks back we wrote a detailed review on Windows Phone 8.1 and on the Nokia Lumia 630. Today Nokia announced the Nokia Lumia 630 for India at its press conference in Delhi. Continue

Movie Maker 8.1: The first video editing app for Windows Phone 8.1

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Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for Developers was made available for developers on April 14th and we posted a detailed 1700 word review on Windows Phone 8.1 a few days back. Windows Phone 8.1 had a ton of features and one among them was the video editing API’s for developers. This monday, a new app for Windows Phone 8.1 was made available in the store, it’s called Movie Maker 8.1. Continue

Windows Phone 8.1: Review

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On April 2nd at Microsoft’s BUILD Developer Conference, Microsoft announced their next mobile OS, the Windows Phone 8.1. Windows Phone 8.1 contains bundled features and is one major OS update for Windows Phone 8. Windows Phone 8 users around the world will be receiving this update in late May or early June. On April 14th, the Windows Phone 8.1 developer preview went live and yes our phones are now running Windows Phone 8.1 We are going to be covering the features of Windows Phone 8.1 in detail in this review. Continue

Expectations: iPhone 6

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Rumours of the new iPhone 6 have been accelerating in the past few weeks. The size of the display of the iPhone 6 is said to have been increased by a few inches. Majority of the iPhone 6 rumours have focussed on the screen size of the device, which is expected to increase. Even Apple has acknowledged in an external presentation that the consumers of the present generation want phones with bigger displays.
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Oppo N1: At The Forefront Of Innovation Yet Again

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You may remember the Oppo Find 5 launched last year. It was an excellent product with well defined specs, amazing built quality and all that goodness.Oppo has taken quite a lot from their experience with the Find 5 and decided to try something with the same motive; so Oppo went ahead and began churning the rumor mill with pictures and features of there new phone the N1 which was very well received among the audience, and when it was released it awed the world. So here is our review on the Oppo N1.
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Project Ara: Google’s Move Into Modular Phones

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A few months ago a YouTube video called PhoneBloks went viral. The basic concept of PhoneBlocks was the idea of modular smartphones. Modular smartphones means that you can customize each and every part of your phone. And the main theme of such an idea was the fact that there would be no such thing as “outdated” with such phones. For example if you are a more of a Cloud storage guy you can replace your onboard storage with a bigger battery. Say you need a bigger battery you can replace your camera with it. And as the times change you can change the parts. Like, if an onboard Augmented Reality sensor comes into play you can add that part by replacing your gyroscope and like wise. Continue