Thursday, February 28, 2013

What are the best accessories for iPhone 5?

iPhone5 takes the world mobile market today’s. Most of  the user when buy iPhone5, they start looking for best suitable accessories for it. Here listed some accessories for your iPhone5 that will enhance your experience with iPhone5

The adapter

The apple has launched a connector with its iPhone5. It is the lighting connector and also different from previous 30 pin connector that was used to charge the older version of iPhones and other apple device. That is awesome thinking that the old connector was not used for the new version. The chord and the pin are useless for the iPhone5.

AirPlay speakers

For enhance your music experience any new addition of accessory is a treat. In order to get the best of music you need speakers that are compatible with your device. Here introduce the Airplay speakers, are best option. If you want this you need to shell out $200 as starting range. If you are willing to shell more then it can go up to $700. Airplay is compatible with all the apple devices including iTunes with Macs.

Bluetooth speakers

If you surprise with the budget of Airplay speakers then you have another option. You may to consider Bluetooth. Additionally, even if you are not using all Apple accessories this still handy. You can use it for other Smartphones. Your older iPod Touch, iPads and older versions of iPhones are just compatible with it. The only problem you may face with Bluetooth is that audio quality is not as good as that offered by Airplay. The difference is slight. You will prefer shelling out $50 against what has been offered by Airplay.

Bluetooth music receiver

You can get a Bluetooth receiver if you have an entire set up of a stereo. You can choose to go with Belkin Bluetooth (Music Receiver) to enable music streaming to any divide via audio input. This also works well with paired speakers and costs $22.

Apple TV

Sharing content like pictures and videos on a big screen is an amazing experience within itself. You can easily do so if you purchase apple TV. It is only as costly as $99 that will include a box to enable you to purchase iTunes enabled video on your TV set. Additionally you will be able to synchronize it along with your iPhone 5 and other Apple devices too. Interestingly the technology of AirPlay will allow you stream content through Wi-Fi technology. this way you can easily incorporate movies, pictures and even games loaded on your iPhone 5 on to the big screen.

Photography Options

If clicking pictures is something that you like doing then you can choose to enhance your experience by opting for several lens at one go. You can attach these via apps or opt for physical senses. For example the physical lens case by iZZi Gadgets called Orbit. It gives you 3 lens option that can be added to your iPhone 5. First one offers 180 degree view with fish eye. Second offers 2X optical zoom functionality, and the third one offers 67x wide angle. Purchasing the whole case will cost you $239, you can also opt for single lens. Other options include Wide angle lenses and Telephoto lenses at $20 each. If you are keen on purchasing fish eye lens then you need to pay $25 only.

The above mentioned are just a few of the popular accessories for iPhone 5 available. However, there are horde of variety available in the market, you can choose according to your budget and your personal requirements.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

15 best mobile phones in the world today

Top mobile phones compared: what phone is best for you?

There are plenty of ways to find the best mobile phone and one of the most prominent ways would be your very own knowledge as you'd know what's good and bad. But, looks and even specs can be deceiving in some cases and therefore it would be wise to contact a few friends or family that possess the specific model that you're looking for.

Therefore, before you even bother about price it would be wise to create a shortlist of the possible mobile phones that you would want to buy as that's the first step towards buying the right mobile phone for yourself.

We've all got at least one mobile phone each, right? The trouble is, how do you decide which is the best one for you? Decide yourself to see the comparison below on best 15 mobile in the world now.

Samsung Galaxy S3
Make no mistake: the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the best smartphone on the market. It's got every kind of feature we could ask for and more, and raises the bar once again in terms of what consumers should be expecting in terms of battery life, processor speed and media management.

HTC One X+
The HTC One X was an odd handset - not in the design (lovely) or the features (top-end) - but that it's seen as a 'renaissance' phone for the firm, despite its success in such a short time.

 iPhone 5
Did you see this one coming? The iPhone 5 in at third place in our rankings? Some thought higher, some thought lower - it depends on your level of Apple bias.
The iPhone 5 is very expensive... we're not sure how such sky high prices can be charged when equivalent smartphones are available on the market.

Google Nexus 4
Google and LG have worked together to bring to market a fantastic offering. We showed it to two friends who are both Apple fans. The kind of people who shower in holy water if they're exposed to Android. Both of them were smitten.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2
It hasn't even been a year since the original Samsung Galaxy Note launched. Many (including us, we admit) were not convinced. Who on earth would want something so big to make their calls and surf the internet, even with a glorified stylus? Cue awkward silence.

HTC One S 
There are few phones we play with where we think that we have the complete package and would happily give five stars. The HTC One S would have had five stars had it not been for the 16GB memory cap and non-HD screen.

LG Optimus 4X HD
If we didn't live in a world where we have the Galaxy S3 and the HTC One X, there is no doubt about it – the LG Optimus 4X HD would be one of the best phones out there. Its specs are fantastic.

Sony Xperia T
The Sony Xperia T takes over from the Sony Xperia S as the Japanese company's new flagship device, but borrows the design found on the popular, but now aging Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and Arc S.

Nokia Lumia 920
What's better than a top Windows Phone 7 handset? A Windows Phone 8 one, and we've got no qualms about telling you this is the best Windows Phone out there.

Simplicity is the key here, the Lumia 920 does the basics well, from contact integration and calling, to web browsing and messaging.

Samsung Galaxy S2
The king is dead - and the former number one phone in the world continues to slide down the rankings. That's not to take anything away from a cracking phone that is getting to a really low price these days, but it's nothing compared to its successor.

iPhone 4S

When Apple announced the iPhone 4S, it's testament to the power of the rumour mill that people were angry it wasn't called the iPhone 5, which is now a real device.

Predictably the iPhone 4S is no longer the iOS handset we recommend, but it's still a very worthy choice in the smartphone game thanks to some decent upgrades through iOS 6 (although the less said about Maps, the better...).

Nokia Lumia 900
Android could learn a thing from the nearly bloatware-free Windows Phone – the Nokia Lumia 900 brings a big screen and an excellent OS together.

We can't take our hands off the Lumia 900 – not since the iPhone was overhauled in 2010 have we enjoyed touching an inanimate object this much.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

The first 'Google phone' to come without the search giant's branding, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is meant to be the device that preaches the power of Ice Cream Sandwich to the awe-struck Android masses - and now it's now been updated to Android 4.1Jelly Bean.

BlackBerry Bold 9900

The Curve 9320 is the new best BlackBerry on the block - which might not be much of a win right now, but at least it comes with a decently low price tag.

BB OS 7 might not be much of an upgrade, but it still works on a phone with a QWERTY keyboard/smaller screen combo - and you get the all important keys to tap away with.

Sony Xperia U 
If you're not caught up in today's obsession with enormous display sizes, the Sony Xperia U is a great choice of smartphone.

It has all the speed, power and features of the larger Android models that cost two or three times as much - your only compromise here is seeing it all through a smaller display.



Android 5.0 

Google has announced that its next developer conference - Google IO - will take place from May 15 to May 17 2013, a month earlier than 2012's June dates. Given that Google announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean at 2012's IO conference, it's not unreasonable to expect to see Android 5.0 at this year's event.


 “keep this away from water” Almost every electronics device contain this caution. And its one of the major problem of mobile phones of using it in different situation. The hope is that the leading mobile phones company is working with this. May be this year will see a better solution. P2i, HzO and Liquipel are all competing for commercial clients interested in making their laptops and mobile phones fully submersible. 

Brighter mobile screen  

-->  It is expect that upcoming mobile phones will be more brighter. Samsung, Sony, HTC and other leading companies are working with it. It is predicted that Samsung will use a laser-based LITI production method to manufacture the higher-resolution display panel in there mobile later, which might make its debut in the upcoming Galaxy S4 handset. In sort of it is expected that mobile phones will get the highest dignity by adding many amazing features. But what will actually come? We have to wait to get answer for this.

It is said that some mobile makers are thinking about fingerprint security. Eye retina scan makes the extreme security to the device. Those locks are so strong that never open without users eye scan or finger print.


 Dustproof, Mobile Phone for use in any outdoor environment. The dustproof phone is here to stay . That means you can drop it, throw it, and it'll still come out in perfect shape. So next time you need a tough mobile handset on the construction site, while climbing Mountain, look to the Fortis.

Source: top7mobiles

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Samsung confirms Galaxy S4 launch March 14

                                              Samsung confirms Galaxy S4 launch March 14


Samsung has announced the Galaxy s4 On March 14. However, the rumor mill saying the Galaxy s4 smartphone will not live up to expectations.

But Samsung is backing off a key innovations that had seemed slated fpr the s4. It has been announced for New York city at the request of US carries. The s3 was unveiled in London.

It has been reported that the s4 will not have the super flexible screen technology.  On the plus side Techradar says it will come with a personal health monitor.

Over the past year Samsung has become a dominant force in smartphones but it look as though expectations for March 14th are now being downplayed. It could see the first reverse

for Samsung since it began ascending the smartphone ranks. By backing off key innovations it will hand the initiative back to Apple, which has had its own problems in innovating  the iPhone.


Samsung Galaxy S4 Review:

2G Network  GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network  HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G Network  LTE
SIM         Micro-SIM
Announced   Exp. announcement 2013, March
Status      Rumored. Exp. release 2013, Q2

Type        Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size        1080 x 1920 pixels, 5.0 inches (~441 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch  Yes
Protection  Corning Gorilla Glass 2
   - TouchWiz UI
Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack  Yes

Card slot   microSD, up to 64 GB
Internal    16 GB storage, 2 GB RAM

GPRS        Yes
EDGE        Yes
Speed       HSDPA, 42.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps; LTE, Cat3, 50 Mbps UL, 100 Mbps DL
WLAN        Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetooth   Yes, v4.0 with A2DP, EDR
NFC         Yes
USB         Yes, microUSB v2.0 (MHL), USB On-the-go

Primary     13 MP, autofocus, LED flash
Features    Simultaneous HD video and image recording, geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, image stabilization, HDR
Video       Yes, 1080p@30fps
Secondary   Yes

OS          Android OS, v4.2 (Jelly Bean)
Chipset     Exynos 5450 Quad
CPU         Quad-core 2 GHz Cortex-A15
Sensors     Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
Messaging   SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS
Browser     HTML5, Adobe Flash
GPS         Yes, with A-GPS support and GLONASS
Java        Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
Colors      Titanium Gray, Sapphire Black
 - S-Voice natural language commands and dictation
          - Smart Stay eye tracking
          - Dropbox (50 GB storage)
          - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
          - TV-out (via MHL A/V link)
          - SNS integration
          - MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264/H.263 player
          - MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC player
          - Organizer
          - Image/video editor
          - Document viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF)
          - Google Search, Maps, Gmail,
            YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa
          - Voice memo/dial/commands
          - Predictive text input (Swype)

BATTERY    Li-Ion 2600 mAh battery

Friday, February 22, 2013

BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 launched with BlackBerry 10 OS

                         BlackBerry  Z10  and  Q10  launched  with  BlackBerry  10  OS

BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 become the first new smartphones will be running the new the new BlackBerry 10 OS and hope that it will be a good competitor with iphone5 and upcoming galaxy s4.

The Blackberry announced the new version of mobile OS blackberry 10 a few weeks ago on January 30, 2013. It is a re-invented and re-engineered which introduced with all new features and version of the Blackberry OS. It is absolutely different from the earlier version. Not even a single feature has been included in the new version. So we can forget about the old GUI.

It is built on a micro-kernel architecture, so it is more secure and efficient from the older version of Blackberry OS.  It is built with the BB10 operating system, a break launch for the former smartphone giant.

Blackberry is built using a combination of Blackberry’s own technology and elements from RIM company, QNX. The new version 10 OS introducing a selection of intuitive and seamless multitasking capabilities. Blackberry 10 OS also have a touch screen keyboard with an all new predictive typing function.

What do you think, what will make the new Blackberry 10 OS popular? Has Rim done enough to tempt you away from Apple and Android, or even a new Windows Phone 8 handsets?

Nokia, Flipkart, Vodafone top Nielsen consumer India rankings

Nokia, Flipkart, Vodafone top Nielsen consumer India rankings

Nielsen India president Piyush Mathur said, , “While we have always provided uncommon consumer insightsfor our clients, with this initiative we are taking insights from cities across the country, and giving back
to consumers.”

Nokia has broken down Samsung and Apple and emerges as preferred mobile brand in inaugural Nielsen India rankings which ranked brands in six lifestyle categories. The  six categories including telecom, mobile operators, books, e-tailing segment, smartphone apps and international travel. Nokia also emerged as the most preferred handset brand in the telecom sector.

In the telecom sector, Nokia is the most preferred mobile handset brand, followed by Samsung and Blackberry, while among the operators, the second and third place have been cornered by Airtel and Idea

In the e-tailing segment Flipkart, E-bay, Homeshop18 and deal-based site Snapdeal emerged as the top four e-tailing sites respectively for over 1,000 active internet users and online shoppers.
Amongst the other winners in the smartphone apps category are Facebook, news aggregator app Newshunt, Youtube and Tubemate, an application that allows users to download Youtube videos.