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Samsung takes the Lead over Apple

The Apple-Samsung war extends far beyond smartphones and patents. Fortune on Monday released its Global 500, a ranked list of the world's biggest companies by revenue. Samsung Electronics nabbed the 14th spot in the list with revenue of $178.6 billion last year. Apple was close behind in 19th place with $156.5 billion in revenue.

Samsung jumped from 20th place last year, after securing $149 billion in revenues. Apple was all the way back in 55th place in 2012 with $108 billion in revenue.

Despite their success at winning the technology space, it appears neither Samsung nor Apple should expect to hit the top spot anytime soon. 

Sharp Aquos 206SH is unveiled

Five-inch smartphones with 1080p displays aren’t uncommon now, but Sharp‘s new AQUOS Phone Xx
SoftBank 206SH does have one advantage: enough battery life to get it through a promised two full days. The new handset, part of Japanese carrier SoftBank’s Summer 2013 line-up, uses a combination of old and new tech to help subscribers skip the overnight charge, with a huge battery paired with a clever CG Silicon TFT LCD display.

The Sharp AQUOS Phone Xx SoftBank 206SH will go on sale in late June. It has a 13.1-megapixel camera with f/1.9 optics, 1-Seg digital TV, LTE,

Samsung Galaxy Mega handsets with 5.8" and 6.3" screens

An information comes from an inside source, who confirmed that two Galaxy Mega smartphones are in the works. The first is codenamed Galaxy Mega 5.8 with a model number GT-I9152. Obviously, we are talking about a handset with 5.8-inch display and the model number pointing to its dual-SIM nature.

More interestingly, the second one is carrying the codename Galaxy Mega 6.3, which hints at a 6.3-inch display - the same as the Galaxy Note III is


Here is another Android by Samsung, it is going hot, so catch it if you want..
Finally, no compromises.
Dual SIM convenience in one big and powerful premium smart phone. Now, that's Grand.

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The HTC Butterfly

The product: 
Despite the fact that it was the first to release a smartphone with a dual-core Krait chipset, the first to launch a quad-core, and the first to put a full HD display on a phone, the company's market share has dwindled over the last few quarters.

The ZTE Engage (Cricket Wireless)

The product: 
The ZTE Engage doesn't break any design boundaries. At 5.4 ounces, it does, however, tip the scales in terms of weight. But it's a solidly built and dense device that feels sturdy. Its tapered edges make it easy to hold and grip.


What you should know: 
There's no dodging the figures here. When 800 x 480 resolution is stretched across a 4.3-inch screen, you're going to notice the low 217-ppi screen density -- individuals pixels can often be seen at work, especially on the diagonal. That being said, pixelation on the One S is much worse despite packing more pixels (960 x 540, to be exact) into the same dimensions. Sense 4.1's clean UI is appropriately scaled to give a 4 x 4 grid of icons in the app menu, so everything looks a little bigger than on higher-res handsets, but in general the visuals remain preserved.
Keeping everything moving under the hood is a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus with Adreno 305 GPU (MSM8930) and a lone gig of RAM. Don't worry about the thrifty 8GB of storage, because a microSD slot supporting 32GB cards can be found under the back cover above the removable battery, and next to the micro-SIM cavity. For connections, it's got all the radios up to LTE, 802.11a/b/g/n -- both 2.4GHz and 5GHz -- Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC.

What it offers: 

The SV is a solid option for people who want an LTE device on the cheap.

The advantage: 
  • Solid performance
  • Attractive design
  • Inexpensive
The unfavorable: 
  • Low-res
  • Somewhat awkward to hold
The price:

Samsung Galaxy Note II

Galaxy Note II show up wearing a very pink outfit on Samsung's Taiwanese site. Clearly, the phone tablet slab looks to follow in the footsteps of its other galactic siblings, the OG Note and GS3, and, in the process, looks to give an extra hue option to those who prefer something a little different than the more traditional colors, or even the newer amber brown and ruby wine. Since Samsung hasn't made an official announcement yet, however, availability details are still relatively unknown, so we'll have to wait to see whether or not this light pink Galaxy Note II ever makes it past the Taiwan page and onto others. In the meantime, perhaps you'd like to mosey past the break, where a rather glamorous press shot gallery awaits.

LG had promise to unveil new series of phones

LG unveiled its Optimus L series with a bang at last year’s Mobile World Congress, and then we saw three devices covering everything from the low-end to upper mid-range with the Optimus L3L5L7 and L9.

This year, LG wants to one-up itself and teased on Facebook:

“New series will be unveiled.”
Pretty concise. We take this as a hint that LG is ready to bring a new series to devices no later than MWC 2013. What’s more, the company says it is ready to surprise us:

Could this mean a new Optimus series? After the successful and well received LG Optimus G and Nexus 4, LG has the right momentum to get its traction back.

Nokia Lumia will be coming up with 41-megapixel sensor

Nokia is finally bringing its "revolutionary" 41-megapixel Pureview sensor to its Lumia range of Windows Phone handsets, according to sources close to the Finnish handset maker.

The new model will be known as EOS, and will launch in the summer in the US.

Observers queried the lack of the 41MP sensor - boasting five times the resolution of most top-end phone cameras - when Nokia launched its flagship Lumia 920 Windows Phone handset at the end of 2012 - although the phone does confusingly boast a camera technology also known as Pureview.

The 41MP sensor debuted at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona in February 2012 on Nokia's final Symbian phone, the 808. The resulting images drew rave reviews at the time, though in fact the aim of the sensor is not to produce huge images, but good images in low light.

Low-light images taken at high ISO ratings (where small amounts of light are registered) typically have a lot of "noise" on them – random speckles of visible colour - caused by increasing sensitivity of the CCD sensors in the digital camera.

The aim of the 41MP sensor is to oversample the image; the actual size of pictures taken on the 808 is about 5MP, but each pixel can be determined from the information provided by the redundant pixels, thus eliminating much of the flawed data.

The 808 also uses a bigger sensor, which means bigger pixels. Nokia explains in a white paper (PDF) that pixel size has "shrunk just over the past six years from 2.2 microns, to 1.75 microns, to 1.4 microns … The smaller the pixel, the less [sic] photons each pixel is able to collect. Less [sic] photons, less image quality. There's also more visual noise in images." (One micron is a millionth of a metre.)

The latest Nokia Lumia 920 comes out with a floating lens technology, which is actual optical image stabilization - a first for a smartphone.

The Samsung ATIV S (GT-I8750)

The Samsung Ativ S Also known as the GT-I8750 is the new child in the Windows Phone 8 line up. The Samsung ATIV S is Samsung’s 4th device based on Windows Phone. Samsung already has the Omnia 7, Omnia W and Omnia M, all Windows Phones by Samsung are having a nice look and feel, but how is the software part? During this review we will take a look at the following points of the phone.

You can manage your work and social life with the integrated Windows task manager and calendar, and access your documents. From app management to seamless integration of your contacts, the Samsung ATIV S lets you bring the convenience of Windows everywhere.

The integrated Skydrive lets you store up to 7 GB of photos, videos, documents, and presentations for free so you’ll always have them with you. With Skydrive, you can create and save from your PC, and access and edit your files from your phone.

The mobile version of Microsoft® Office Suite includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and you can access your documents through email or cloud storage with SkyDrive and Office 365. With the Samsung ATIV S, you can take the office on the go.

With Office 365 support, you can safely share files on MS servers like Lync and SharePoint. The BitLocker also protect you from data loss or password theft by offering a 128-bit encryption to your files.

The 1.5 GHz dual core processor lets you run multiple apps and open windows faster and more efficiently. You can adjust your presentation, fire up a game or create a spreadsheet without having to worry about the phone slowing down.

With LTE connectivity you can experience online content faster than ever before. The removable 2300 mAh battery also lets you run apps, play games and watch videos for longer without having to plug-in the phone.

With micro SD support for up to 32 GB, you can bring your biggest files wherever you go. From large presentations to HD video files, you can easily save your important files on a micro SD and access them all on your phone.

The rounded edges make it comfortable to hold while the premium metallic hairline finish provides a stylish look. And at only 8.7 mm thin, you’ll get all of the benefits without the bulk.

The 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED screen brings your images and videos to life. The Samsung ATIV S lets you view and edit documents with incredible clarity and let’s you experience the true sharpness of HD video.

Samsung Galaxy S device code named “Altius”, Goes on sale in April

Samsung’s next flaghsip device built under codename “Project J” has now been changed to codename “Altius(J)”. The Samsung Altius will come in 2 colours black and white. Samsung will of course give the colours nicer names but we are currently unaware of them. Samsung is planning to ship the Altiusstarting from week 16, which simply means April 15. We expect Samsung to hold an unpacked event at MWC or sometime in March. Samsung could hold one of its mobile unpacked events in London, New York or even Korea.
We have even more information!
The rumor about the Galaxy S IV having wireless charging is real! Samsung will sell a separate dock and a back cover with wireless charging capabilities for the device. Samsung will make the wireless charging kit available a couple of weeks later after bringing the device itself on sale. The back cover with wireless charging indicates that the next generation Galaxy S device will have a removable back cover, just like company’s current flagship device the Galaxy S III. As we are talking about charging we can also confirm the battery capacity of the upcoming Galaxy S device. Samsung’s next flagship device will pack a 2600 mAh battery, the Galaxy S III uses a 2100 mAh battery.

Details about Samsung’s next flagship device which are 100% confirmed are listed below.
Code Name: Altius
Model Number: GT-I9500
Colours: Black / White
Battery Capacity: 2600 mAh
Special: Wireless Charging Kit

Rumoured specification of the next generation Galaxy S device are listed below.
The next Galaxy S is rumoured to feature an Exynos 5 Octa (8-Core) CPU, Mali-T658 (8-Core) GPU, 4.99″ Super AMOLED Full HD Resolution Display, 2GB of RAM, 13 Megapixel Rear facing Camera capable of shooting 1080p Full HD Videos at 30FPS, 2 Megapixel front facing camera capable of shooting 720p HD Videos and running Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.

The ZTE Avid 4G

What you should know: 
With its uninspiring, black-slab aesthetic, you won't turn any heads with the ZTE Avid 4G. Its sharply rounded top corners and curved, tapered bottom edge make it look like it's half the ZTE Score M and half the Anthem 4G. It measures 4.88 inches tall and 2.58 inches wide, and it has a trim, 0.47-inch profile. At 5.25 ounces, it is a bit on the heavy side, but it fits comfortably in front jean pockets, and you can maneuver it easily with just one hand.
On the left are a micro-USB port and a silver, easy-to-press volume rocker. Up top are a power/sleep button and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The back houses a 5-megapixel camera with an LED flash. To the right of it are two small slits for the output speaker. In the lower right-hand corner is an indent you can use to pry off the backplate. Inside, you'll get ahold of the 1,730mAh battery and expandable microSD card slot. The plate is made out of a lightweight plastic coated in a matte finish that limits the visibility of fingerprint smudges.

What it offers: 
Though the Avid features Ice Cream Sandwich and operates on MetroPCS 4G network, the carrier has other LTE devices that are faster, smoother, and sometimes, even cheaper.

The advantage: 
The ZTE Avid 4G has LTE connectivity, runs on Android 4.0, and requires no contract.

The unfavorable: 
The Avid 4G's display can be unresponsive and it has a noticeably blue tint; call quality is mediocre; and the phone's processor is slow.

The HTC One VX

What you should know: 
The HTC One VX certainly speaks the same design language as the company's other current handsets. In style you can think of it as a cross between the HTC One X+ and older HTC One S. The phone is sculpted from similar rounded curves, with a familiar flat, oval shape and minimalist aesthetic.
Unlike the One S, however, the One VX is crafted from lightweight plastic and not carved from a single block of aluminum. The One VX isn't molded from premium polycarbonate like the One X and One X+ are, either. That gives the phone a less expensive look and feel, though faux silver accents around the screen bezel and a clean white cover on the back lend the device some sophistication.
Measuring 5.3 inches tall by 2.7 inches wide and just 0.36 inch thick, the One VX is small enough to fit in the hand or slide into tight pockets. At 4.4 ounces, the phone won't weigh you down either, but has enough heft to feel substantial.

What it offers: 
It may not be a fire-breathing superphone, but the HTC One VX offers plenty of Android goodness for under $50.
The advantage: 
The affordable HTC One VX for AT&T serves up a modern Android OS, a dual-core processor, and a feature-rich camera. The phone also delivers rock-solid call quality and long battery life.
The unfavorable: 
The HTC One VX lacks quad-core processing and a removable battery.
The price:
$29.99 to $49.99

The HTC Windows Phone 8X

The Windows Phone 8X innovations can be compared different to other smartphone today, find its advantage.. 

The Windows Phone 8X is what every new smartphone should aspire to be: a combination of the software and hardware vendor’s best work to date, topped off with some unique new additions of its own. Everything that HTC could transport from its Android One series has made the leap to the 8X — the unibody case, dual-core processor, HD screen, camera filters, and even Beats Audio — and all of Microsoft’s mobile development efforts over the past few months are represented in the brand new Windows Phone 8. Topping them off is a truly individual design that will resonate with buyers tired of the smartphone monotony that has befallen much of the market.

Though laudable in its intentions and much of its execution, the 8X falls a little short. The primary culprit is Microsoft’s chronic inability to spur a third-party app ecosystem for the Windows Phone platform. There have been significant improvements in Microsoft’s own software and services, but without the ubiquitous support that competitors iOS and Android enjoy, WP8 faces an uphill struggle in trying to uproot users from their established ecosystems.
The 8X is also unusually tall for a 4.3-inch device, matching the dimensions of the 4.7-inch HTC One X and LG Optimus G while giving you less usable screen real estate.
The advantage:Standout industrial design
Pixel-dense, beautiful display
New homescreen adds versatility
Upgraded audio hardware
The unfavorable:App ecosystem remains deficient
Not the best ergonomics for a 4.3-inch phone
Beats Audio and new front-facing camera are superfluous gimmicks


The GALAXY PREMIER was announce by Samsumg

Here is something new from Samsung smartphone, another thing to look and find out, one of the  latest in phone technology..
Samsung’s Ukrainian website has put up a press release for a new smartphone called the Galaxy Premier that looks very similar to the Galaxy S III and features similar specifications, including a 2100mAh battery, an 8-megapixel camera, and LTE and NFC connectivity. There seem to be two major differences, though: The Galaxy Premier comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean right out of the box and it has a slightly smaller 4.65-inch Super AMOLED display. So far we only know that the Galaxy Premier is being released in the Ukraine in December, so it’s not known whether the device will make it to the United States anytime soon.

Samsung Galaxy Premier


The LG Optimus L9

Here are some of the things that you should know about LG Optimus L9 if you wish to have it.
The LG Optimus L9 runs Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. With ICS, the handset gets the usual slew of Google's services, like Chrome, Gmail, Plus, Latitude, Maps with Navigation, Messenger, Search, Talk, and YouTube. The Google Play stores for Books, Magazines, Movies & TV, and Music are included as well.

The advantage: The LG Optimus L9 from T-Mobile has a snappy dual-core CPU, 4G, Android 4.0, and a 1080p HD camera.
The unfavorable: The Optimus L9's battery drains quickly, it has a poor audio speaker, and it comes preloaded with too much bloatware.

The offer: The reasonable $80 price tag, dual-core processor, and Android 4.0, make the LG Optimus L9 a reliable midlevel handset for T-Mobile users.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Find out the difference between S3 and Note 2, then speak out the experience.
If you've seen the Samsung Galaxy S3, then the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 holds few surprises. Start with the Galaxy S3's round corners, high-gloss surfaces, scant bezels, and bubbled-out screen, then blow it up a size and add a stylus slot. Samsung unabashedly carries on its plastic tradition in the face of rivals that have much more premium-looking, and possibly heartier, build materials. Though attractive, the Note 2 wins no awards for construction, and the highly reflective surfaces sometimes bounce back light in distracting ways.
This is a large phone: 5.9 inches tall by 3.2 inches wide by 0.37 inch thick and weighing 6.4 ounces. That's a handful to be sure, but the weight feels proportional to the phone's dimensions, and any lighter could mean a smaller battery, which is one trade-off I don't want. Like the Galaxy S3, the Note 2 manages to look relatively sleek and slim despite its girth. Side by side, the Note 2 isn't a whole lot larger than the original Samsung Galaxy Note, and is much more palmable than a 7-inch tablet.

The advantage The Samsung Galaxy Note 2's massive screen is terrific for videos, games, and reading; and its improved stylus aids productivity. A blazing quad-core processor, a great camera, and strong battery life round out the advantages of this Android 4.1 phone.
The unfavorable:Its extra-large size makes the Galaxy Note 2 unwieldy to carry around, there's no dedicated HDMI-out port, and hiccups in the S Pen stylus and apps can slow you down. The Note 2 isn't a suitable tablet replacement across all categories.
The offer: Think of Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 as a big phone rather than as a tablet wannabe, and you'll come closer to appreciating its top-flight smartphone specs. However, continued problems with the S Pen and the handset's oversize dimensions won't make it a universal choice for all Android-seekers, blazing quad-core processor or no.

The Sony Xperia™ U

Sony Xperia™ U is giving another experience in power, fantasy, moments, and beats.

Xperia U - a powerful and personal Android smartphone
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