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Apple will use OLED in the iPhones launching in 2019

Apple has decided to use OLED panels in every iPhone launching in 2019. The information comes from South Korea’s Electronic Times. Although it has not been confirmed yet, the announcement stirred the pot in the LCD display market, as Japan Display’s shares fell by 21%.

Apple has been interested in OLED for quite some time, but it was only last year when the company featured this type of screen on its iPhone X, replacing the LCD panels for organic light-emitting diode panels. The OLED technology seems to be the one that is going to be used on screens and other devices such as tablets, smartphones and wearables (like smartwatches).

OLED screens found in devices like the iPhone allow the device to be power efficient and thinner, and they improve the image quality. Said screens might allow Apple to develop a flexible or curved iPhone, which is a field where both Samsung and LG top Apple. If the reports turn out to be true, South Korean manufacturers would be the most benefited from having OLED panels in every iPhone in 2019. Samsung would be the main source while LG would be another option to decrease prices and reduce Apple’s dependence on Samsung.

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Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 First Look Preview

The new mid-range reference within Samsung catalog is now official. It is called Samsung Galaxy Ace in march and like its predecessors it entices those users are who seeking power and many features on your smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has a 4-inch screen with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels and a 5-MP camera with the latest and most powerful operating system Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 has the peculiarity that is available in different versions, depending on the possibility of installing the single SIM or a pair of SIM cards (GT-S7272 with Dual-Sim card support). As well as their connections it will be a couple of models with LTE (GT7275) or just 3G (GT-S7270, GT-S7272). We have a Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 with DualCore processor of 1.2-GHz and with four or 8-GB of internal memory.

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Comparison Review – Samsung Galaxy S4 Active VS Sony Xperia Z

For some time the phones are no longer resistant sections of other products, before special devices were not used to see in any store and reserved for a very specific type of user. Now it is not unusual to find normal smartphones that are resistant to water and dust, for example, recently introduced the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and Sony Xperia Z. Both the terminals are leading high end performances having five-inch screen with Full HD resolution but at the same time are very resistant to all kinds of attacks. If you are thinking of buying a terminal advanced than all then these two options are very good. Here we made the comparison of these two smartphones.

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Samsung I9295 Galaxy S4 Active First Look Preview

Samsung expands its super tough collection of smartphones with a proposed height: Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, direct descendant of the Samsung Galaxy S4 that the Korean Company presented in mid-March.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active is a phone equipped with a 5-inches multitouch LCD screen, a processor of four cores and camera up to 8-MP. Best of all is that Samsung has decided to incorporate this smartphone as part of intelligent functions and premiered at the Samsung Galaxy S4. We refer to tools like Air Gesture, Smart Scroll / Pause or S Health, the software that helps to control and monitor the user’s health. These must be added excellent performance capacity to Samsung Galaxy S4 Active to resist elements as harmful as water and dust. Here we have hands on review of Samsung Galaxy S4 Active:

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3.5-Inches Multitouch Screen HTC Desire 200 Hands on Review

This is the HTC Desire 200 smartphone that is presented as an interesting alternative for those who want to jump into the world of smart mobile phone without spending a fortune in the process. Your sheet is fairly basic, it only holds a 3.5-inch Multitouch screen and a camera to 5-MP that nevertheless allow us to obtain high quality results. The company is betting heavily on the architecture and functions of their cameras as well as sound systems. The HTC Desire 200 system also features Audio Beats more than improving the audio and video playback.

You may find some minor flaws in the data sheet, especially if you look at the processor, which has a single core with 512-MB of RAM. These basic characteristics are compensated by the base price.

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Hands-on Preview of the 2-in-1 Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom (Camera + Smartphone)

The South Korean Samsung gives a blow to the table with its Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom. It’s not as powerful as the Samsung Galaxy S4 but it comes with the aim of toppling the other devices on the market in a section of camera. This terminal incorporates a sensor no less than 16-MP which is situated after a powerful lens that allows you to 10x optical zoom increases. So to speak it is a compact camera that allows functions of a smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, which is the latest Google version for the smartphones. It carries a 4.3-inch screen and moves with a dual-core processor with 1.5-GHz that is backed by a 1.5-GB of RAM.

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Sony Xperia M Hands on Review

The Japanese firm Sony has updated its catalog of mid range phones with its new Xperia family member the Sony Xperia M. This is expected to have a price to be around $300 but so far no official information in this regard. It has a screen of 4-inches and also installs 5-MP camera that records video in high definition. Also, the Sony Xperia M is ready to connect to Wi-Fi and 3G networks, has Bluetooth, NFC and MicroUSB and has a full media player. The power goes from the hand of a Dual-Core processor and integrates a 4-GB memory.

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Sony Xperia Z Ultra Hands-on Review

The trend of the large-screen mobile phones was started from 2006, 2.8-inch (O2 XDA II mini), has been through the 2007′s 3.5-inch (iPhone), 2008 from the 3.8-inch (HTC Touch HD), 2009 year 4.3-inch (HTC HD 2), 2011 4.7-inch (HTC Titan) to the end of 2012 the 5-inch, or even the middle appeared Phablet such as 5-inch Dell Streak and the 5.3-inch Samsung Galaxy Note, it seems all have been unable to meet growing appetite User it. Recently such as Huawei Ascend Mate and Samsung Galaxy Mega etc. 6-inch level phone, although the positioning is not high, but there are some sizable crowd of visitors. Now our protagonist are targeting the most high-end positioning and equipped with 6.44-inch 1080p screen Sony Xperia Z Ultra, whether for the big screen “mobile” set a new benchmark? Nonsense is not to talk about this, let’s jump directly evaluating it.


Evaluation before you start, let us look at Xperia Z Ultra Specifications: It is the first to use Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor phone with Quad-Core 2.2-GHz of Krait 400 and equipped with Adreno 330 graphics processing chip; RAM size is 2-GB, 6.44 inch 1080p screen equipped with the latest Triluminos technology and X-Reality, of course becoming a full-paste structure; battery capacity of 3050-mAh. The camera is only 8-MP resolution and does not set fill light, but fortunately it using the latest Exmor RS sensitive components, you can shoot HDR video.

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The consequences of Telegram being banned in Russia: the iOS app has not been updated for months

Pavel Durov has spoken up again, and this time he has done it loudly and clearly. Telegram’s CEO has published a statement in social media explaining users the problems that Telegram’s iOS app is facing. Firstly, the issues with Telegram are due to the fact that Apple is preventing the app from being updated globally, and there are even more consequences.

It all started in April after a Russian court ordered banning Telegram in the country because Durov refused to provide the app’s decryption keys. The Russian government demanded access to users’ conversations on the grounds of national security. However, Telegram is now facing bigger issues because of the banning of the app.

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NVIDA will announce new GeForce GTX GPUs at this year’s Hot Chips

This year’s Hot Chips event will take place August 19-21. Thanks to the conferences schedule, we were able to confirm that NVIDIA will be there and that it will talk about the next generation of discrete GPUs: the GeForce GTX.

This quashes the rumors we heard before about NVIDIA using this year’s Computex event to unveil its new discrete GPUs, so now we are expecting NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX GPUs to arrive during the third trimester of 2018.

It is important to bear in mind that nothing prevents the company from making a simple announcement at Computex without providing technical details in order to draw attention, leaving said details for the Hot Chips event. This makes sense, but it has not been confirmed, so it might not happen.

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