Also, this handset is rumored to come with nano tech coating in the form of Liquipel. With this, the handset can withstand water/liquid drop or spill. This handset is said to come in with the latest Android iteration the Ice cream Sandwich.
How about it, San francisco? Any takers? Make sure you check out the video before you set your heart on this bad boy. And with the samsung galaxy S8 Tab on the way, HTC possibly prepping to release an incredible device and a possible iPad refresh in January, it might be hard to do that.
When Samsung appeared at the Adobe Max Conference in Los Angeles a couple months back, I was told to prepare for plenty of CES surprises. At CES today, Samsung was definitely the talk of the geek gathering. The biggest attraction was their Samsung Galaxy Player, one which both Los angeles Industry Analyst Paul Mueller and I believe will become an ipod touch killer.
The screen isn’t the sharpest or best out there. That Nexus 7 comes with a 1080p screen that smooshes 323 pixels into each inch. The more pixels per inch, the sharper and crisper the screen display. The Galaxy Mega has a 720p screen with just 233 pixels per inch. Obviously, crisper is better. But in reality, most screens are of a high-enough quality that you’re unlikely to register that distinction.
From here, the process changes from phone-to-phone. On Motorola phones, open your email client, press the “settings” button on the lower left side of the phone, and choose “Compose” from the menu. Address your email, put in the subject, write a few introductory lines, and then press the “setting” button again. Choose “attach” from the menu. This will pop up another menu with two options; “Phone files,” or “Shared folders.” Choose “Phone files.” Scroll down to the bottom of the screen, and you should see your resume. Simply double tap your resume, and it will be attached to your email. After that, you should be finished. Just press the “Send” key.
Just hot off the shelves to be released in October 2011, the HTC Sensation XE weighs 151 grams, measuring 126.1mm x 65.4mm x 11.3mm and sports a 4.3-inch touch screen. The touch screen delivers a qHD (quarter HD) resolution of 540 x 960 pixels, thus yielding an image quality of 256 ppi (pixels per inch). This is a commendable image quality, though not quite top-notch like the Retina Display of the iPhone 4S at 326 ppi. Overall the size and weight feel good in the palm of your hand sporting its trademark black colour with red highlights, though it could feel a tad heavy or bulky for some users with smaller hands.
Since the NokiaEUR(TM)s Lumia is basically still a budget phone albeit with all the latest features, the design is pretty conventional and looks quite average. The quality of this smartphone is fairly high in all respects other than the physical buttons which are somewhat flimsy. The back cover too is not very sturdy although it is replaceable. The back cover can be got in many colours and Nokia also has equipped the phone with colour profiles which can match the back covers.