Tuesday, January 28, 2014


LG is in Saudi Arabia confirms that the phone  LG G2 will get Android 4.4 Kit Kat by the end of this month.The company LG in Saudi Arabia through the official Twitter account announce that the owners of its mobile phone LG G2 will get the Android 4.4 system Kit Kat at the end of this month, and this means that they'll get all the latest Android Issuance of new services.

Saturday, January 25, 2014


As long as you Samsung use the AMOLED screens, which they  manufacture by itself  for its  smartphones.But the rumor spread in this time around screens that will be used with the  upcoming Samsung smartphone (Galaxy S 5).its expected that Samsung will use the T-screens CBS LCD from Sharp for Samsung Galaxy S 5.Reports indicate that the reason behind the use of Sharp screens by Samsung due to the difficult that Samsung  face it in manufacturing in addition, Samsung focus its efforts in the current period on the flexible screens.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014


 many Spread rumors lately about the upcoming smartphone Samsung Galaxy 5 and will stop only when it is officially launched .
And new buzz this time is that the upcoming smartphone Samsung Galaxy 5 will be outfitted to control the movement of the head.
After the videos shutdown technique  when deporting head and stop the work of the screen when you are not looking at it , for what seems to us to Samsung will go beyond that this time if the leaks is true .
It is said that the new technology will enable you to browse the web pages with the movement of the head right and left , and other uses of this technique .
It is worth to mention that Samsung got a patent for this technology recently .

Sunday, January 19, 2014


Samsung Provided its smart phone " Galaxy Note 3 Neo" -  a phone that does not been disclosed yet officially - with hexa -core processor . 

And  Samsung supported  its next phone with hexa -core processor  "Exynos 5260", this processor include four cores operating at 1.3 GHz , and the cores frequency of 1.7 GHz , and this processor supports the technology "HMP" which allows activating the nuclei of the six cores at the same

Thursday, January 16, 2014


News leaked out from inside the company Foxconn, which is one of the most important integrators previous Apple devices that Apple intends to introduce this time its new iPhone 6 in two different sizes.
the leaks said that the tow screen may have two size (4.7 inches) and (5.7 inches), and its expected to launch "iPhone 6" during the third quarter of the current year of 2014.
the leaks also noted that the intention of Apple to provide a new phone (iPhone 6) with fingerprint reader technology as in the iPhone 5 or perhaps provide it with new technology to verify the identity of a user of the iris scanner.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Best Smartphones For you On this Summer 2013

Best Smartphones For you On this Summer 2013 is finally here and as usual the must have smartphones have come out to taunt us with their awesomeness. There is much to be said as to what is good and what isn’t in the smartphone realm but we decided to condense our top smartphones for the summer into six clear distinct winners. So here they are the Best Smartphones For you On this Summer 2013.

Samsung Galaxy S4
It has to be touched to be loved. Not really, but we guarantee that once the GS4 is in your hand, you will be in love. It has a spectacular display, it is slim and light and it carries some impressive features. Samsung has once again released a device worthy of taking the crown of the Android race. Not much can be said to that and after all they are the top cellphone manufacturer in the world.
best smartphones for summer 2013

It is the best looking Android phone to date; it carries some of the most impressive features beheld on a smartphone. What’s not to like about the HTC One? Nothing really, unless you want to nitpick at its low resolution camera. But if you’re like us, its sexiness is overwhelming and it’s performance is rock solid.

IPhone 5
It’s sleek, 0.5 inches longer, though we doubt you’ll notice (pun definitely intended) and it comes with one of the most complete mobile operating systems we have ever used. There isn’t much to hate about the iPhone unless you dislike Apple, but if you decide to go the whole Apple route, you can be assured that your purchasing a solid device with great battery life and an awesome camera and display.

Sony Xperia Z
Sony did one hell of a job with the XPERIA Z. This phone carries a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 1080p 5-inch display and Android Jellybean, all wrapped up in a shock and water resistant body. That’s right folks, the XPERIA Z can spend 30 minute trips  at the bottom of your pool without drowning and it can even withstand the water jets of your Jacuzzi. It’s really one of the best looking and most capable Android phones you could ever buy.

BlackBerry Z10
The Z10 is BlackBerry’s foray back into the hearts and minds of people everywhere, or at least an attempt at that. It features the brand new BlackBerry 10 operating system and comes with a healthy choice of apps. The phone itself is pretty beefy featuring a 720p screen, dual-core processor and some awesome built-in features like screen sharing. Plus you have the world famous BlackBerry Messenger to boot.

Nokia Lumia 928
This Windows phone for Verizon packs some nice punches in a sexy polycarbonate body. It features a 4.5-inch 720p screen, dual-core processor and Windows Phone 8 as well as one of the best mobile cameras we have used. There’s not much to dislike about the device other then it is a bit heavy. But if you want a breath of fresh air from the whole iPhone and Android rat race, this is your best option.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Blackberry Torch 9860

The Blackberry Torch 9860 is Blackberry’s answer to mobile geeks asking for better hardware and software. The Torch 9860 is a well-rounded mobile device but how can it compete with other smartphones in the market? Blackberry has lost a lot of their market share from direct competitors and they surely need to win it back. Is the Blackberry Torch 9860 their chance to regain their lost market?
The Blackberry Torch 9860 captures some good design value and ergonomics. In terms of hardware and price, there is less to be desired. Let us check how good this device and how competitive it is to today’s smartphones.

Blackberry is known for their QWERTYs but this one is another experience. It sports a 3.7 inch capacitive touchscreen with a pixel density of 252. The size and form factor is desirable and the grip is solid. The Blackberry Torch 9860 colors are sharp but not as crisp as the new smartphones in the market. Of course, it would not be Blackberry without the infamous optical trackpad. It also has other buttons for control (Menu, Call, Escape and End/Power) alongside the trackpad.
The built quality seems cheap for such a premium priced smartphone. The plastic body added lightness to the device; it only weighs 135g and 11.5mm in profile. Blackberry did push their black trademark elements and chrome strips. The Blackberry Torch 9860 is an ergonomic handset with curvy edges and firm grip. The only thing to dislike in the device is its plastic built. Like other blackberry devices, this smartphone features Blackberry Maps, BBM and other notable integration.

The Blackberry Torch 9860 is running on RIM’s Blackberry OS 7. Powering this smartphone is a single-core 1.2GHz processor. Nonetheless, it is still capable of running less-demanding applications. There’s an on-board 4GB storage which is expandable up to 32GB with a microSD card slot. The camera is also a downer with 5 Megapixel, LED flash and a VGA front facing camera. It takes decent photos and 720p HD videos. Noise cancellation works well though.
Unlike other smartphones in the market, the Blackberry Torch 9860 is a hit and miss when it was launched. The full touchscreen experience gave many fans and potential customers the idea of where RIM was heading on their future ventures. The absence of a physical keyboard did not mean anything because other Blackberry launched during that time has QWERTYs. Blackberry Torch 9860 is a brand new experience, much better than RIM’s previous touchscreen mobile devices. This one is more responsive and more adaptive to gestures.
The Blackberry Torch 9860 is a cool device, it may not be as special as other smartphones but still it is capable of messaging, internet browsing and making calls (which a phone is generally designed). If you are a blackberry fan, for sure, you will love the Torch 9860! RIM designed the device really well but they could have pushed their engineering to a new level. The feel, design, trademark and software-hardware integration is very Blackberry. Without a doubt, this one is a great choice.
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