Friday, 14 September 2012

Lenovo A660 WateR ProoF Dual SIM Mobile phone review and pics

Lenovo A660 WateR ProoF Dual SIM Dual Camera ICS 

 

Lenovo A660 Phone features

Lenovo A660 Phone Specifications

Lenovo A660 Phone Price in india

Lenovo A660 WateR ProoF Dual SIM Mobile phone review and pics

 


The A660 is Lenovo’s first waterproof mobile device, being IP67 certified 
(so it’s also dustproof).

ZOL is reporting that its other features include: dual SIM capabilities, 3G, 

a 4 inch WVGA Gorilla Glass display, 5MP rear camera, VGA front-facing camera, 

1GHz dual-core processor, and a 1500 mAh battery. The handset is 10.5mm thin, and

– as you can see in the photos below – it comes in several color versions.



Features:::.. 

4 inches touchscreen display

5 mega pixel camera rear side

VGA front facing camera

1 GHz dual core processor

1500 mAh battery

Wi Fi, Wi Fi tether

Dual SIM GSM + GSM support

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS












 **Details**  




Standard Features::.. 

According to a Chinese website, the new Lenovo A660 will host a 4-inch Capacitive touch 

screen display with WVGA screen resolution. To make the device a tough-one the device 

display was been covered with Corning Gorilla glass. Under the hood, it carries an 1Ghz

dual-core processor and works well with GSM operating frequency and 3G HSDPA. 

Lenovo designed the device in sleek 10.5mm thin candybar with Aircraft design. 

The device comes in vibrant orange, starry night black and several other colors.

Lenovo A660 is a beautifully crafted device and resists dust for civil highest level 

and can stay in one meter of water for 30 minutes.

Lenovo A660 sports a 5-Megapixel camera on the rear-side and a VGA front-camera for 

video chats. Lenovo planned to launch this smartphone in China and 

soon will bring it to other nations across the globe.






Battery and Processor::..  



Average speed and performance is promised with the 1 GHz dual-core processor. 

The exact information of the processor being used is yet to be revealed.

The smartphone uses a 1,500 mAh battery capable of providing considerable talk time

and standby time. 

3G connectivity is also available with this smartphone. 


The Android phone will be available for users with a range of colors 

which are still to be announced by the company.









 **Specifications**  

CPU

CPU: MTK6577 ARMv7 Cortex-A9 Dual-core 1.0GHz 

GPU: PowerVR SGX531 Ultra 




OS

Android V4.0 ICS





Memory

RAM : 512MB / ROM : 4GB eMMC

MAX supports 32GB Class 12 Micro SD Memory Card (TF-Card)




Size

125 x 65.25 x 10.55 mm

Weight

138.1g with battery

Screen

4.0" WVGA, 480 x 800, 16M Colors (TBD), TFT-LCD

Capacitive Multi Touch Screen




Network

Dual Sim, supports

2G = GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

3G = WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+: 2100MHz




Color

Black/Orange





GPS

Built In GPS & A.GPS






Connection

Bluetooth with EDR & A2DP

Wi-Fi : IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, supports Wi-Fi hotspot

micro USB 2.0





Camera

Dual Camera 

Back 5.0 mega pixel / Auto Focus

Front 0.3 mega pixel

Support to shoot 3GP 720P (1280x720) with sound, Max 30 mins.




Sensor

Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor

Radio

FM

Video

AVI, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MOV, ASF, MPEG, RMVB, H.263, H.264, etc.

Audio

MP3, AAC, WAV, etc. / 3.5 mm Audio Jack




Special function

G-sensor, P-Sensor, L-Sensor, 
FM radio, 
Wifi, GPS, 
Multi-touch, 
Dual SIM, 
Schedule Power on/off






Package Includes

- Li-ion Batteries 1500mAh x 1

- Earphone / 3.5 mm Audio Jack

- USB Cable

- Charger




** During the launch event, 

there is no word has been said about the price and availability of it,

but it’s certainly tailored for the Chinese market initially and 

maybe we could see this product in other Asian countries as well.

Sources suggest the android phone to be placed in the entry-level segment.

IPhone 5 Review In india /IPHONE pRice /Pics In india



IPhone 5 Review In india /IPHONE pRice /Pics In india

The iPhone 5 comes with an all-new design! Well, not exactly, but it's been vastly altered. This is the first iPhone with a screen bigger than 3.5 inches and that has caused a change in the device's dimensions. With a new widescreen 16:9 screen, the iPhone 5 has become 4.87" (123.8mm) tall. The width of the device is unchanged - 2.31" (58.6mm). However, the manufacturer has done its best to make the device thinner, and the result is actually pretty impressive. The iPhone 5 is just 0.30" (7.6mm) thin! That's quite an improvement compared to the iPhone 4S's thickness of 9.3mm. Obviously, this also makes it one of the thinnest smartphones around.

Overall, the front side of the device looks pretty similar to what we had before. However, the back side is where most of the change has occurred. It is no longer all-glass, but is mostly made of aluminum, with two pieces of glass used for its upper and lower ends. This design is quite funky, although it might take some getting used to. Whether it'll be a mass success or not is obviously too early to be said, but we can be absolutely certain that this thing will feel awesome in the hand, due to the premium materials used and precise, quality construction.



Screen :-




The significance of this change is probably bigger than the change itself, though. This is the first iPhone with a screen size different than 3.5". The new screen measures 4 inches and has a resolution of 640x1136 pixels, which results in an aspect ratio of 16:9. Obviously, Apple isn't trying to compete with gargantuan Android handsets of today. The company stays true to producing high-end devices for the masses, and that's why it wanted to keep the phone as compact as possible. Still, Apple has recognized the fact that smartphones pack a lot of power and functionality these days, and are used for all kinds of stuff, so a decent display size bump has been made in order to improve the overall user experience, without making the phone unwieldy even for people with smaller hands.

Of course, the iPhone is not the smartphone for the power/geek type of user anymore. There are now much more suitable offerings in this are like the Galaxy S III or One X, which feature much bigger screens, allowing users to almost leave their computers behind, without suffering serious eye-fatigue. For the regular customers, though, who would use their handsets much more lightly, the iPhone 5, with its 4" display, seems like the more appropriate solution.

The increase in vertical resolution has also allowed Apple to keep the pixel density very high, at 326 ppi, so everything on the screen will appear crystal-clear. In comparison, the Galaxy S III's screen has pixel density of 306 ppi. Another improvements with regards to the screen is in the color saturation field, as the new display is said to be 44% more saturated! This should make viewing photos and watching video even more enjoyable. Still the color balance should be much more natural than what's observed with AMOLED screens. Due to the new in-cell touch technology used, the touch sensors of the display are now built right into the LCD panel, which should allow for better visibility. Having a more easily readable display under bright daylight would certainly be cool, however, we'll have to test the device personally first, before we can draw any final conclusions.




Processor and Memory:-





iPhone 5 comes with a new system-on-a-chip as well. The A6, as it is called, is said to have a 2x faster CPU and 2x faster GPU compared to the A5 found in the iPhone 4S. However, Apple has not announced the exact number of CPU cores, or at what frequencies they are clocked at. For those of us who know Apple, though, it's somewhat obvious that the CPU will be a dual-core solution.

Here's the best moment to remind our readers of what we wrote in the beginning of this post - that having technically inferior hardware doesn't always translate to a poorer user experience when doing cross-platform comparisons. In this case, we can be sure that the iPhone 5 will rival, or be even faster than the competition, due to the extremely well-optimized iOS platform.

The situation with the amount of RAM is pretty much the same, meaning that we know nothing. We expect it to be 1GB, though, which will ensure the smooth operation of the OS and third-party applications.





Connectivity :-




LTE! Yes, Apple has finally added support for the newest and greatest commercial network standard, just as the LTE networks around the world have started to mature. The cellular modem inside the iPhone 5 is capable of the whooping theoretical download speeds of 100 Mbit/s on LTE, but the HSPA+ support has also been improved considerably. It will now go as high as 42.2 Mbit/s on the downlink!



Battery :-




The iPhone 5 should have a talk-time of 8 hours on 3G, while pure stand-by is promised to be 9.4 days. Aside from that, the battery should also allow for up to 8 hours of 3G/LTE use, 10 hours of Wi-Fi internet use, video playback of up to 10 hours and audio playback of up to 40 hours, which is very good.



Camera :-




The so-called iSight camera has experienced a more modest upgrade. It's still 8MP, but the new A6 chip comes with a better image processor, which is promised to get rid of noise more efficiently. This feature is called Spatial noise reduction. In addition the camera will be even faster, and its low-light performance is said to have been improved as well. A new software feature, called "Panorama" will let you take... panoramic shots. While this is nothing new, we're excited to see how Apple has implemented it. Knowing Apple, it should be very easy to use, all the while producing some pretty impressive results. Oh, and by the way, the front-facing camera will now support HD resolutions, which means HD video calls!






Software:-




If there was one thing that was clear from the beginning, that was the fact that the iPhone 5 will come with iOS 6 out of the box. Although the long-anticipated visual overhaul is yet to be made by Apple, iOS 6 will bring a number of cool new features, which will improve and enrich the user experience. This includes a smarter Siri (sports, movies, restaurant information), Facebook integration, an all-new Maps application with cool Flyover 3D view and turn-by-turn navigation, full-screen mode in Safari, FaceTime over cellular networks and more.




Release date:-




It's great to be able to have a product soon after its official announcement, and this is exactly what Apple is doing. Preorder will go live on Friday, September 14, and the device itself will ship on September 21 in the US and some other markets.

More countries will be blessed with the iPhone 5 goodness a bit later, on September 28.





Price:-




iphone 5 will cost $199, $299 or $399 on contract for its 16GB, 32GB or 64GB versions.

TOP 5 TABLETS IN INDIAN MARKET PRICE AND FEATURES


TOP 5 BEST TABLETS AVAILABLE IN INDIA
BEST AND BUDGETS TABLETS IN INDIAN MARKET
BeST TABLETS IN INDIA PRICE
TOP 5 TABLETS IN INDIAN MARKET PRICE AND FEATURES


i am Sharing Some Budget friendly 5 Inches Phablets 



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  ** Micromax Canvas A100 **





Details ::: 

Measuring 142.2 x 72.6 x 11.9 mm, Micromax Canvas A100 sports a 5 inch capacitive touchscreen display

with 480 x 800 pixel resolution. 

The handset runs on the Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.

Further, A100 is equipped with a 1GHz processor, 5MP rear camera, 

VGA front camera, 4GB internal memory, 512MB RAM and a micro SD card slot supporting up to 32GB.


Canvas A100 has connectivity features like Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP, micro USB 2.0 and 

Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.

The smartphone is packed with a 2,000 mAh Li-ion battery, 

which provides 180 hours standby and 5 hours talk time.


Price:::: 9,999 Rs/- 



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 ** Wicked Leak Wammy Note **  





Details ::: 

Wammy Note measures 144 x 89 x 12 mm and weighs around192 grams. 

It houses a 5 inch Super HD capacitive touchscreen display with 480 x 800 pixels and 

is equipped with a 1GHz processor.


Wammy Note is flavored with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and 

it has an 8MP rear camera, 0.3MP front camera, 512MB Ram and 4GB internal storage, 

which can be expanded to 32GB through a micro SD card slot.


Further, the smartphone has Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.0 and micro USB 2.0 connectivity features.

The Wammy Note is loaded with a 2,500 mAh Li-ion battery, 

which provides 8 hours talk time and 260 hours standby. 


Price:::: 11,000 Rs/- 




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 ** iBall Andi 5c **  



Details ::: 

iBall Andi 5c sports a 5 inch capacitive touchscreen display with 800 x 480 pixel resolution. 

It is equipped with a 1GHz Cortex A9 processor, 5MP rear camera, 0.3MP front camera, 

4GB internal memory and 512MB RAM. The handset has a micro SD card slot, 

which supports up to 32GB expandable memory.


Andi 5c is also flavored with the Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and it is packed with 

connectivity features like 3G, Bluetooth with A2DP, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and micro USB 2.0.

The budget smartphone is loaded with a 2,300 mAh Li-ion battery.


Price:::: 12,999 Rs/- 



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 ** Kobian Mercury MaqiQ **  



Details ::: 

MagiQ also sports a 5 inch capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels 


and is equipped with a 1GHz single core ARMv7 processor.

Running on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, the MagiQ has a 12MP rear camera, 

0.3MP front camera, 4GB internal memory, 512MB RAM and a micro SD card slot supporting up to 32GB.


Like the other smartphones, MagiQ is also packed with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n,

3G and micro USB 2.0 connectivity features.

The device is loaded with a 2,200 mAh Li-ion battery,

which offers 15 days standby and 13 hours talk time. 


Price:::: 12,700 Rs/- 



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 ** Spice Stellar Horizon **  



Details ::: 

Stellar Horizon aka Mi-500 also sports a 5 inch capacitive touchscreen display. 

The handset is equipped with 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512MB RAM, 

4GB internal memory and a micro SD card slot supporting up to 32GB expandable memory.


Further, running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the handset has a 5MP rear camera, 

VGA front camera and 2,150 mAh Li-ion battery.


As the other smartphones, the Stellar Horizon also has connectivity features like Bluetooth,

Wi-Fi and micro USB 2.0.


Price:::: 11,999 Rs/- 

Nokia Belle FP2 Update Features and Insights


Nokia Belle FP2 Features \Insights and its Changelogs and
Nokia Belle FP2 Features
Nokia Belle FP2 Features Specifications




one of the much awaited update for Nokia Symbian Devices and Symbian Belle FP2 is being rolled out. Its already up on Navifirm. We have already provided the download links here . In this post I would share some changelogs and information that I cama across. Anyways Symbian users, cheer up! Just a few days back Symbian Belle Refresh was released and now for 2nd Gen Belle devices, Symbian Belle FP2 is already here (Currently available for the 808 PureView)
you can see leaked some info about the Belle Fp2 release date here in this post on way back in May. Seems like our source was correct. Symbian Belle FP2 is actually PR 3.0 which most people called Symbian Donna a few months back. In case if you are wandering whats Symbian Carla? Its actually Belle FP1 which is already released.

I am sure lot of you people are already downloading the update and flashing it to your devices.
Till you finish downlaoding, here are some information. about the changelog of Belle Fp2 which we previously came across:



1. New on-screen qwerty keyboard (adopt from Windows Phone qwerty model)


2. New Lock screen without Unlock Button


3. New method (Swipe to unlock) to unlock the screen


4. New Version and New UI Music Player


5. New Interface for Option (Now with Blue button ¨C Look a like on Meego Harmattan)


6. New Version Nokia Browser


7. Some UI Improvement on Nokia Browser



The official changelog is not yet known but these changes are almost confirmed:


Nokia Belle FP2 Features \Insights

Keyboard:


All Symbian fans outthere know that the inputmethod has been one of the biggest hickups in our beloved OS. At first there was only a T9 keypad working in fullscreen and a QWERTY working in landscape. Then Anna came and we had a decent portait QWERTY but still shakey splitscreen support and the keyboard was still far behind the best in class, and then came Belle. Belle was supporting, for the first time in Symbian history, input method switchbetween Swype and default keyboards without any reboot, and Swype splitscreen support. Belle FP1 changed nothing as far as input is concerned, but every OS has to grow up and Belle FP2 finally adopted the same keyboard layout as Swype for the default input method. So now we have a competitive keyboard that looks and behaves like any other good keyboard outthere, and this in my opinion is the biggest step forward Nokia made with the FP2 update. I do hope this keyboard finds its way to the Nokia Belle Refresh update that is comming to the first generation Symbian devices.

Nokia Belle FP2 Features \Insights


Lockscreeen:


The default one button unlock screen has been replaced with a WP/MeeGo-like lockscreen that you just swipe away. I have tosay that not only once did I end up with my N8 unlocked in my pocket. The static unlock button is very easy to get pressed if you hold your phone in your pocket facing you leg. Swiping away the lockscreen removes that hazard because its easier to touch an area like the unlock button when you walk than it is to swipe in one direction on 10 centimeters of glass.



Search button on homescreen:


Every mobile OS on the market has some search integration within the homescreen. Android uses a hardware search button as well as a search widget, iOS has spotlight and it was about time the Symbian homescreen had a search button too. I would have liked tosee at least 5 buttons on the homescreen toolbar, but I guess 4 are better than 3.



Notifications split from activities:


The notifications such as missed calls or incoming messages will be visually split from activities such as alarms, WiFi connections or Bluetooth under the system pull down area. It didnot bother me before but I guess its a good thing either way. I still hope the email notifications find their way into this release because that is one major flaw on Symbian that cant be overlooked. Even Asha phones have it, so its a must for Symbian.

Nokia Belle FP2 Features \Insights


New Camera Interface:


Similiar the the one in Nokia 808.

All these changelog information were leaked afew weeks back. You can have a look. If you have already flashed the update, do let us know which of these changelogs in the post are actually correct.

Nokia Belle FP2 and its Changelogs and Insights


ne of the much awaited update for Nokia Symbian Devices and Symbian Belle FP2 is being rolled out. Its already up on Navifirm. We have already provided the download links here . In this post I would share some changelogs and information that I cama across. Anyways Symbian users, cheer up! Just a few days back Symbian Belle Refresh was released and now for 2nd Gen Belle devices, Symbian Belle FP2 is already here (Currently available for the 808 PureView)



If you are a regular reader of FRENDZ4M, you would know that we already predicted or you can see leaked some info about the Belle Fp2 release date here in this post on way back in May. Seems like our source was correct. Symbian Belle FP2 is actually PR 3.0 which most people called Symbian Donna a few months back. In case if you are wandering whats Symbian Carla? Its actually Belle FP1 which is already released.


I am sure lot of you people are already downloading the update and flashing it to your devices.
Till you finish downlaoding, here are some information. about the changelog of Belle Fp2 which we previously came across:



1. New on-screen qwerty keyboard (adopt from Windows Phone qwerty model)


2. New Lock screen without Unlock Button


3. New method (Swipe to unlock) to unlock the screen


4. New Version and New UI Music Player


5. New Interface for Option (Now with Blue button ¨C Look a like on Meego Harmattan)


6. New Version Nokia Browser


7. Some UI Improvement on Nokia Browser



The official changelog is not yet known but these changes are almost confirmed:


Keyboard:


All Symbian fans outthere know that the inputmethod has been one of the biggest hickups in our beloved OS. At first there was only a T9 keypad working in fullscreen and a QWERTY working in landscape. Then Anna came and we had a decent portait QWERTY but still shakey splitscreen support and the keyboard was still far behind the best in class, and then came Belle. Belle was supporting, for the first time in Symbian history, input method switchbetween Swype and default keyboards without any reboot, and Swype splitscreen support. Belle FP1 changed nothing as far as input is concerned, but every OS has to grow up and Belle FP2 finally adopted the same keyboard layout as Swype for the default input method. So now we have a competitive keyboard that looks and behaves like any other good keyboard outthere, and this in my opinion is the biggest step forward Nokia made with the FP2 update. I do hope this keyboard finds its way to the Nokia Belle Refresh update that is comming to the first generation Symbian devices.



Lockscreeen:


The default one button unlock screen has been replaced with a WP/MeeGo-like lockscreen that you just swipe away. I have tosay that not only once did I end up with my N8 unlocked in my pocket. The static unlock button is very easy to get pressed if you hold your phone in your pocket facing you leg. Swiping away the lockscreen removes that hazard because its easier to touch an area like the unlock button when you walk than it is to swipe in one direction on 10 centimeters of glass.



Search button on homescreen:


Every mobile OS on the market has some search integration within the homescreen. Android uses a hardware search button as well as a search widget, iOS has spotlight and it was about time the Symbian homescreen had a search button too. I would have liked tosee at least 5 buttons on the homescreen toolbar, but I guess 4 are better than 3.



Notifications split from activities:


The notifications such as missed calls or incoming messages will be visually split from activities such as alarms, WiFi connections or Bluetooth under the system pull down area. It didnot bother me before but I guess its a good thing either way. I still hope the email notifications find their way into this release because that is one major flaw on Symbian that cant be overlooked. Even Asha phones have it, so its a must for Symbian.



New Camera Interface:


Similiar the the one in Nokia 808.

All these changelog information were leaked afew weeks back. You can have a look. If you have already flashed the update, do let us know which of these changelogs in the post are actually correct.

BSNL Launches Full Talk Time Offer September 2012

BSNL Launches Pan India Full Talk Time Offer [ September 2012 ]
BSNL Gsm full Talktime offers
BSNL offering Full TALK TIME


In a bid to celebrate upcoming festivals, Pan India 3G mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has introduced a new ‘Full Talk Time’ offer for 90 days for its 2G and 3G GSM prepaid mobile subscribers in all telecom circles across India on selected recharges.
BSNL offering Full TALK TIME on all Top-up vouchers/C-top-up/Flexi top-up of MRP of Rs. 110, Rs. 220, Rs. 440 & Rs. 550. The offer is also applicable to all new C-TOP-UP recharges system valid from 19th September to to 19 December, 2012.

BSNL higher talktime offer for Prepaid CDMA Top-up Vouchers

BSNL to offer higher talktime on Prepaid CDMA Top-ups
BSNLPrepaid CDMA Top-ups Offers
BSNL CDMA FULL TALKTIME OFFERS
BSNL offer for Prepaid CDMA Top-up Vouchers


After announcing full talktime offer for its prepaid GSM customers, BSNL has now come out with new promotional offer for its prepaid CDMA customers. In view of the upcoming festival season BSNL CDMA customers will get to enjoy full usage value and extra usage value in prepaid top-vouchers. BSNL will offer full usage value equal to MRP for prepaid Top-ups priced between Rs 100 to Rs.499 while prepaid Top-ups of value Rs 500-Rs. 1999 will fetch 10% extra usage value on MRP. Prepaid Top-ups priced above Rs 2000 will offer 20% extra usage value on MRP to its CDMA customers. This offer will be available from 19th Sep’12 for a period of 90 days.


BSNL offer for Prepaid CDMA Top-up Vouchers

a) Rs.100 to Rs.499 – Full usage value equal to MRP

b) Rs.500 to Rs.1999 – 10% extra usage value on MRP

c) Rs.2000 and above- 20% extra usage value on MRP

MTNL STV 14 the most affordable per second plan Of MTNL

MTNL Per Second Tariff Plan Now for Rs. 14
MTNL STV offers Discounts
MTNL’s STV 45 Now just for rs 14
MTNL’s STV 14 the most affordable per second plan

India’s first 3G Mobile service operator, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) introduces the concept of discounts on its STV offers. Now MTNL’s STV 45 will be available for 2G and 3G prepaid subscribers in Delhi only for Rs. 14 as STV 14.

With the new offer MTNL Mobile customers in Delhi will pay Rs. 31 less for the same pack that gives them Pay Per Second tariff benefits for all local and STD calls. The tariff in this pack will be 1/2 paise per second (Half Paise/Second) rate for all Voice and 3G Video calls on MTNL network and 1 paise/second rate for all other local voice and STD calls for a period of 90 days.

This now makes MTNL’s STV 14 the most affordable per second plan available on any GSM/3G network in Delhi, offers voice and 3G video calls as low as half paise second.

Customers can avail of STV 14 via e-recharge from retailers and MTNL Sanchar Haat across Delhi – NCR from 15th September,2012. For more details dial 1503 / 9868112345 (toll free from MTNL network)

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Samsung Galaxy DIGITAL Camera Features

Samsung Galaxy DIGITAL Camera Features


Samsung Camera
Design
The first impression this Android camera left with us is that it is large. Its styling is that of a compact camera, but its size is closer to a compact system camera, which often offer photo quality comparable to entry-level DSLRs. Can the Samsung Galaxy Camera hope to compete on this front? We’ve not yet had a chance to properly scrutinise its snaps, but we’d guess not.
Features :
Samsung Galaxy Camera Featuring a 16.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, theSamsung Galaxy Camera adds a 100-3200 ISO range and – most importantly – a giant 21x optical zoom. One of the most serious roadblocks of the versatility of Android camera phones is that they never feature optical zooms. None released in the UK do, at any rate. Digital zooms largely just stretch images, rather than revealing new close-up detail.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera is also capable of capturing video, at up to 1080p resolution. Just like its stills capabilities, the lens and optical zoom should make it a more capable video camera than just about any Android device. It can also harvest high-speed 120fps video for fast-moving scenes, such as those of extreme sports. However, this is only really useful for fun purposes, as video is limited to 720 x 480 pixels at this setting.

Sunday, 2 September 2012

TOP 8 Cheap budget Android tablets under Rs 15,000


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A flood of budget tablets has beenlaunched in India, but not all are good buys. Here we try to give you eight options worth exploring.
T here are a lot of budget tablets in the market -- most from unknown brands and generally based on some unknown or little known processor architectures, which despite the high speed claim, tend to be very slow and offer a very frustrating user experience.
Here are some tablets which we think offer good performance and utility for the price.
The prices mentioned are approximate to the prices that arebeing offered by various online shopping portals across India.

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1. iBerry Auxus AX02 (Rs 7,990)

Although, iBerry has been a late entrant in the market but with its rightly priced and feature-rich products, it has gained a lot of fame in the past few months. The Auxus AX02 was iBerry's first ever Android ICS offering till date and the company has hit the bull's eyewith it.
The iBerry Auxus AX02 comes witha 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with 800x480 pixel resolution. The display is capable of recognising up to five points of multi-touch inputs and thus supports pinch-to-zoom functionality.
It has a Cortex A8 architecture based 1 GHz processor and dedicated dual core MALI graphicsprocessor for visual superiority. It features 1 GB of DDR2 RAM which is just the right amount of memory for apps to work freely on ICS and 4 GB of internal memory which can be expanded by up to 32 GB through a micro SDHC cards.

For data connectivity, the iBerry Auxus AX02 has option for Wi-Fi and 3G connection through a USB dongle. The tablet also has an HDMI port which will allow users to connect the tablet to a TV. The Android tablet also supports a number of music and video file formats for entertainment superiority while being mobile too.
There is a VGA (0.3 megapixel) front facing camera for video chats while with its 3 megapixel rear camera, you can capture videos too. Also, there is a 4000 mAh battery that provides more than five hours of non stop action.
The iBerry AX02 is currently available for Rs 7,990 from Homeshop18. The manufacturer isoffering a one-year doorstep warranty of the device as well for the price.
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2. HCL ME Tab U1 (Rs 7,490)

The Me tab is a 7-inch display based tablet featuring the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or ICS operating system. The display features an 800 480 pixel resolution along with a 5-point capacitive touch input system as well.
The tablet has a 1 GHz Arm Cortex A8 processor and 512 MB RAM. Although the amount of RAM is good but the device's user interface shows signs of fatigue and is quite slow in launching applications. Besides that the tablet has got a 0.3 megapixel front camera good enough for voice chats but no rear camera.
Also there's a 3600 mAh battery pack to power this up, 3G connectivity can be accessed through data or cellular dongle.

The tablet does not have access to Android Market (which is now known as Google Play Store) so users will not be able to Android applications available online. Instead, the company has given the device access to HCL Me App Store from where users can download applications which have been optimised and carefully selected to perform on the Me tab.
Priced at Rs 7,999, the HCL Me tab U1 comes with one-year warrantyand tech support from India's leading IT giant HCL. The tablet is though now available for Rs 7,490from Infibeam which is also offering a complementary carry pouch and a Cleartrip voucher as complementary offer with the device.
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3. Lava E Tab Z7H (Rs 5,499)

The E-Tab Z7H is Lava Mobile's first Android 4.0 based tablet. The device has a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with 800 x 480 pixel resolution. It has a 1.2 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM and 4 GB internal memory. It only has a front facing VGA camera and 3G support through dongle. There is a 2800 mAh battery as well.
The Lava E Tab comes with 14 E-books, worth Rs 4,000, for free from Tata Mcgraw Hill. Along with this the tablet has also access to free content worth Rs 1,250 from Hungama.comincluding six movies and a lot of music.

Lava has also tied up with Tata Photon (Tata Docomo) to offer Tata Photon dongle for Rs 750 which includes 6 GB data for the first month and Rs 100 discount on any unlimited pack every month for 12 month. All in all, the tablet offers a budget price with abundle of freebies to play around and keep the users entertained.
The tablet is available for Rs 5,499 on Flipkart.comwith all the freebies and a free home delivery along with a 30-day money back offer as well.
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4. Intex iTab (Rs 8,399)

Intexs iTab, which was launched in March this year, has been liked by many.
The tablet comes with the older yet functional Android 2.3 operating system with updated Adobe Flash Player 11. The iTab is powered by a 1 GHz cortex A8 architecture based processor which is supported by a 1 GB DDR3 RAM.
It has an 8-inch capacitive five point touch screen display that allows the user to comfortably zoom in and out with all the fingers. The 360 degree G-Sensor feature makes it to change display orientation based on how user is holding the tablet.

The Intex iTab has a memory capacity of 8 GB which is expandable upto 32 GB. It supports external hard drive of 100 GB as well through its full-sized USB port.
The Intex iTab is powered by a 5000 mAh battery giving it a back up of 5-6 hours (with Wi-Fi), claimed the company.
Connectivity options include in-built Wi-Fi support. One can also choose to stay connected through 3G network by using a dongle. It has a front camera and a 3.5 mm audio jack out with built-in mic for video calls.
The Intex iTab is available for Rs 8,399 from Infibeam with free home delivery.
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5. Micromax Funbook P300 4GB (Rs6,380)

The Micromax Funbook will comes with a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with 800x480 pixel resolution. The display is capable of multi-touch inputs and thus supports pinch-to-zoom functionality.
It has a Cortex A8 architecture based 1.2 GHz processor and dedicated dual core MALI graphicsprocessor for visual superiority. It features 512 MB of RAM which is just the right amount of memory for apps to work on ICS.
It has 4 GB of internal memory which can be expanded by up to 32 GB through an external micro SD card.

For data connectivity, the Funbook Pro has option like Wi-Fi and 3G connection through a USB dongle. Users will also get a Tata Photon data card for free with this tablet with 1 GB of free data for two months as a complimentary offer form the manufacturer.
The tablet also has an HDMI port which will allow users to connect the Funbook Pro to a TV. The Android tablet also supports a number of music and video file formats for entertainment superiority while being mobile too.
There is a VGA (0.3 megapixel) front facing camera for video chats as well but no rear camera though. Also there a 2800 mAh battery that according to the company provides five hours of browsing.
The tablet is available at Junglee.comfor the price of Rs 6,380 including free shipping as well.
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6. Reliance 3G Tab V9A (Rs 14,499)

This is the costliest tablet in the list. However, it is also the most feature-rich with SIM calling and 3G along with a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with Android 2.3 OS and a high speed 1.4 GHz processor.
This latest 3G tablet from Reliance comes with screen resolution of 1024 x 600 pixel, 512 MB RAM, and5-point touch input.
The Reliance 3G Tab, which weighs 402 grams, has a 3 megapixel rear camera and a VGA front camera for video calling.

Another advantage that goes a long way in justifying the price is free benefits worth Rs 6,250. Reliance offers its 3G customers 3 GB of 3G data for three months, local video calls and STD calls to Reliance 3G, postpaid voice rental for 12 months with Rs 250 worth of global calling, one-year subscription to McAfee Mobile Security, two months' subscription to BigFlix, and a 4 GB micro SD card, all free.
The biggest drawback of the tablet is that it runs on Android 2.3 only and not Android 4.0, which most other tablets use.
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7. Micromax Funbook Pro (Rs 9,999)

Funbook Pro is the cheapest 10-inch tablet from a known brand in India. We have been testing this tablet and are very happy with its performance so far.
Funbook Pro features a 10-inch capacitive touchscreen with 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. The tablet is based on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich operating systemand runs on an Arm Cortex A8 based 1.2 GHz processor.

Micromax Funbook Pro comes with a 1 GB DDR3 RAM that makes sure things go well all along. The tablet also features 8 GB inbuilt memory and supports 32 GB of additional storage via a micro SD card.
For HD video playback on an external device, Funbook Pro features an HDMI port. It also comes with a 0.3 megapixel camera in the front for video calling.
The tablet is priced at Rs 9,990 with a free Tata Photon dongle also for 3G data connectivity.
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8. Karbonn Smarttab 1 (Rs 6,999)

This tablets claim to fame is its upgrade to Android Jellybean, which has already been announced and will be available by the end of this month. The device also has decent specifications and build quality.
We are currently using it and find it to be a good value for money product. However, touch sensitivity is a tad slow, which affects gaming, but not normal usage when accuracy of touch (which is only slightly off) is not that important.

Karbonn SmartTab 1 comes with a 7-inch capacitive screen, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, a 1.2 GHz processor and 3700 mAh battery.
It also has a mini HDMI port (to connect it to a TV), a micro SD card slot for storing up to 32 GB, and a USB port that can be used for a 3G dongle.
The tablet, which bears a 2 megapixel camera, has a 3D gravity sensor for gaming.

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