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IOS and 13 megapixels camera should be standard for 2014

Last year was the year of Smartphones camera. A lot of new devices released under the promise that the Smartphones can replace the normal point and shoot camera, and in some respect, some OEMs has delivered it, like Nokia. Let’s look at some reasons why OIS and 13 megapixels should be standard for flagship devices in 2014. […]

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What Windows Phone need now? A smaller 1520, of course

We all have heard of the Lumia 1520, the first and only phablet for the Windows Phone platform at the moment, but if you are anything like me, carry a 6 inches phone is a pain in the neck. I mean, it can barely fit in my pocket, and it is pretty hard to sit down with it […]

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Nokia Normandy Leaks: attempt to introduce Windows UI in Android?

Nokia has been in the news recently with their rumors of an Android Phone runs on a what look like to be a heavily skinsed of Nokia. Now we are (or at the least, I am) not sure what operating system, it’s running on, a lot of rumors suggests that it is running on Android, […]

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LG GFlex is coming to the U.S by Sprint

Maybe not everyone is interested in, but the LG G Flex is one of many surprises in 2013 for the mobile industry with  the new flexible screen that they have on their phone and the phone its self is also flexible. Before, it is only available in Korea for a crazy amount of money (a thousand dollars at least). […]

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Nokia Black Update, my impression: late better than never.

  Last week, Nokia and Microsoft released Nokia Black Update which also contained GDR 3. And although we expected this earlier, it still gets the job done, here is my first impression with Nokia Black Update. The simplest thing Yep, I don’t even why it takes Microsoft so long, maybe because of the “Glanceble screen” that […]

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The Big old battery is rumor to be in the Galaxy S5

Samsung is getting more popular as another day goes pass, which also mean another day closer to see the revealing of the Galaxy S5. Now, yesterday, (although I did not post this), there were some leaks about the specification of the new supposedly Galaxy S5. And now, another rumor broke out that the Galaxy S5 might […]

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HTC One X and One X+ will not get 4.3 and above update

Well, except for iPhone customers, all the other Android customers are suffering with the fact that their phone doesn’t get updated regularly. I mean, the fact that my iPhone 4 (released in 2010, in June) is running iOS 7, it is outrageous for other android user to not having their phone update regularly. But thing is getting worse for HTC […]

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T-Mobile and their 4.0 plan, depressing or genius?

So, in CES 2014, we saw the press conference from T-mobile, presented by Mr. John Legere. And at some point of the presentation, he pointed out some good point about how consumers would leaved their current plan if there is someone who willing to pay their termination fees. And although that is true, this more […]

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With GDR 3, what stops other OEMs from making a Windows Phone variant of their flagship?

For a long time now, Windows Phone really needs a flagship that can bring them up to the market, like the Samsung Galaxy S3 for Android, and Nokia was being that company since Windows Phone 8 was introduced. Although they did a lot of things right, the lack of reputation in major markets like the […]

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iPhone 6 might get OIS in the camera

There is no doubt that iPhone has one of the most user friendly view finder for a camera out of all the manufacture company, it is easy to control, and not too complex so that you don’t know how to use it. Well, Apple is planning to make their camera become better, but not by […]