Network operators working further on the dream of the perfect electronic companion. With the XDA II, O2 sets his second large touchscreen Smartphone on the market.
The XDA II is missing compared to the Previous XDA the antenna stub, ensure the lens is back in the housing a VGA camera. With camcorder function, Bluetooth and a snappy processor, O2 missed the Smartphone with the Microsoft operating system Windows Mobile 2003 Phone Edition a contemporary painting. Continue reading “Smartphone for Pda Fans”
It was just eight months ago, when Sony presented with the Xperia Z2 its then flagship smartphone. Two months ago, the Japanese manufacturer introduced the Xperia Z3 and its next high-end smartphone. And this is not enough: there are already first announcements to the successor, which is already in spring 2015 come on the market and again take a bigger step.
But I would not want to anticipate and dedicate myself today the current water and dust-proof smartphone highlight of Sony-the Xperia Z3. To what extent it differs from the Xperia Z2 and whether an update is worthwhile, you will learn in the following. Continue reading “Sony Xperia Z3 in the Test”
Launch of Nokia enters the category of low-cost devices with 4 g and is a good option for anyone who ventures with first smartphone
Nokia was slow to join real in the Smartphone market against rivals iPhone and Android. After the partnership with Microsoft geared, the manufacturer started to bet on the number of appliances Lumia, with options for all tastes (and pockets). The Lumia 625 (R $1,049), rather than a more advanced version of Lumia 620, brings more sophisticated design, the largest screen found on line and 4 g connection Lumia. Continue reading “Nokia Lumia 625 Smartphone”
Smart phones with a removable battery have become endangered species in recent years. This feature does not seem to be a priority among manufacturers as these handsets are becoming less numerous. Needless to say, this trend confirms my sense that having a smart phone with a removable battery is not that important in 2017. Continue reading “Why You Do Not Need a Smartphone with Removable Battery”
Everyone knows that smart phones usually devour the battery. Screens, high-definition applications, processor power … all components consume a lot of power, including high-end devices, so much so that today’s devices have well-designed economy modes, as you can see in our comparison of the Galaxy S5 And the HTC One(M8) and its economy services. Continue reading “10 Basic Tips to Save the Battery of Your Smartphone”
Sony presented on Wednesday (2), during the IFA 2015, in Berlin, products for the most varied public.Highlights were the smartphones of the Xperia Z5 line and the new “α” (alpha) compact cameras with professional configurations.Check out the main releases:
Follow the Real Time of IFA 2015 here on TechTudo! Continue reading “Sony Shows Headphones and ‘Small Professional Cameras’ at IFA 201”
Smartphone brings Android 2.3 version
By Stella Dauer
Without delay, we have prepared this review. The Galaxy S II was launched 28 June day and now we jump through hoops to get it quickly on hand and tell you what is the best Android smartphone of Brazil, with few chances of being toppled from the throne in the coming months.
I warn you that it is awesome. I’ve been with the Atrix days ago and was satisfied with it, I could be completely bowled over with this one. So much so that I even made a comparison between the two, which comes out soon. Take account of S II for now. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Series”
Smartphone In Camera
Smartphone is starting to be sold in Brazil in October
Presentation held days before the IFA 2013, technology fair which begins next Friday in Berlin, Sony showed some of its news for the next few months. The highlights go to the smartphone Xperia Z1 and for lenses and QX100 QX10, that can be coupled to various models of smartphone. Continue reading “Sony Announces Xperia Z1 and Lenses that Transform”
Opera, a Norwegian company that develops long an eponymous Web browser, received a bid from a consortium of Chinese companies worth US $1.2 billion. The agreement is pending approval from shareholders and regulatory agencies, but it appears to be closed – the board, including “unanimously decided by the recommendation” of approval. It says a lot about two areas of technology up: web browsers and China. Continue reading “Who are Kunlun and Qihoo 360 Chinese Companies Bought Opera”
Numbers on the iPad and the smartphone market
Meanwhile it is more than a month ago that the first iPad found its way to the consumers. As is known, the iPad sets the end of the month for the big leap across the pond and the final prices were published in this regard. At least, the great excitement has thus laid itself and the whole expensive offerings of the gifts from the states are clearly in the price-suddenly the iPad costs in the “gray market” times just 100 to 200 euros less. Well, anyway falls just any early-adopter tax. As far as good, over prices can be discussed as always excellent, but that it is not cheap, we have already expected-Life goes on! Much more interesting are actually the numbers and information about the iPad within the first five weeks of sales. Continue reading “Mixed Goods: iPad And Smartphones”