Wednesday, 23 April 2014
As reported last week, leading India based smartphone maker Micromax has announced the launch of Canvas Doodle 3, the next phablet in its Canvas lineup. In the report, we also mentioned the possible specifications of the phablet in accordance to the leaked retail box images.
Today, Micromax has taken the wraps surrounding the Canvas Doodle 3 and has made the device official. The handset carries a tempting price tag of Rs 8,500 and features a 6 inch display carrying a resolution of 854×480 pixels. Running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, the Canvas Doodle 3 equips a 1.3 GHz dual-core MediaTek MT6572 processor clubbed with a mere 512 MB of RAM.
For the storage requirements, there is 4 GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32 GB using a micro SD card. Also on board is a 5 MP primary camera at the back supplemented with LED flash and a VGA front-facer for making video calls. Connectivity is handled by Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS and 3G and dual SIM card slots. Battery capacity is 2,500 mAh, which is rarely seen in phones priced in the sub Rs 10,000 range.
Available in Blue and White color options, the Micromax Canvas Doodle 3 is bundled with unlimited access to the entertainment service - BigFlix for six months and the package includes a magnetic flip cover as we already reported last week. As far as the availability is concerned, the Canvas Doodle 3 will enter sale on April 25.
by Arpin Gajjar
Tuesday, 22 April 2014
Sony India has confirmed that the Xperia M2 dual will launch on the 25 April 2014 with a recommended price of Rs. 21,990 (£216, €263, $363). The 3G-only Xperia M2 dual will launch across all Sony Centers, Xperia Flagship stores and other retailers in all three colours (black, purple and white).
The Xperia M2 has a 4.8-inch qHD (540 x 960) display and 1.2GHz quad-core processor with Adreno 305 graphics (Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 MSM8226 chipset). Other features include 1GB RAM, 8MP Exmor RS camera, 8GB storage (5GB usable), Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and a 2300mAh battery. Xperia M2 owners will also be able to download three movies via the Xperia Lounge app.
The Xperia M2 dual will allow users to set up both SIM cards independently with custom ring tones and easily choose between SIMs before making calls or sending texts. Sony’s dual SIM management technology means that users can keep both SIMs active and never miss a call, even when talking on one of them.
by Arpin Gajjar
Thursday, 17 April 2014
Gionee Pioneer P4 is the new buzz in the mobile market. This new Smartphone is now available on Infibeam. This Smartphones come embedded with many new features. This new phone comes with latest Android, powerful processor and huge scree to make your experience a new one. This new pocket friendly phone will be available with Infibeam for INR 8,950 only and you an order it now.
This phone has a 4.5 inch Capacitive Touch Screen that has a display resolution of 854x480 pixels. See images with better display quality. Based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS and powered by 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor is what makes the phone smarter than others. It gives you awesome speed and performance. It has various connectivity options that let you connect to your virtual world like Wi-Fi and GPS and you can easily share or transfer files with USB and Bluetooth.
Capturing moments for life time store can be done with the 5MP rear camera it comes with 4X Digital Zoom. It also has a 2MP front camera that lets you take selfies and make video calls whenever you want. Store all you want in the 8GB internal Memory space and expand it up to 32GB. It also features 1GB RAM for better performance. It runs on 1800mAh Polymer Battery that gives you 11 hours of talk time and 386 hours of standby time. To know more about the features you can visit: www.infibeam.com
- 4.5 inch Capacitive Touch Screen
- 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor
- Wi-Fi and GPS
- 5MP rear camera
- 2MP front camera
- 8GB Internal Memory
- 1GB RAM
- 1800mAh Polymer Battery
by Arpin Gajjar
Tuesday, 8 April 2014
Samsung recently announced to launch it Gear Series and it is available on Infibeam.com. Infibeam houses the latest Samsung Smart Watch Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit. These come loaded with the best features that make your communication better and smarter than before. These are now available on Infibeam, and you can order Samsung Smart Watch Gear 2 for INR 21,500/- while Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit can be ordered for INR 15,450/-. You can book them now from www.infibeam.com.
The new Samsung Smart Watch Gear 2 is the perfect smart watch that you can easily connect to your Smartphone and stay at ease. Don't miss any call or message you can read the messages and see the incoming calls on the 1.63 inches Super AMOLED screen with the Smart Notification feature. It is Dust and Water Resistant as it comes with IP67 certification. So you can go wherever you want. It also has changeable straps that gives it vibrant and elegant look. It also has inbuilt 2MP camera, Heart Rate Sensor, Pedometer, S Health, Standalone Music Player, and lot more to make your experience a fun filled one.
Samsung Smart Watch Gear 2 Neo also allows you to make and receive call. You can read your messages on the 1.63 inched AMOLED Screen. You can receive instant notification that notifies you about the apps and updates on the phone. This Smart Watch is Dust and Water Resistant as it is IP67 certified. Change easily to vibrant and elegant color straps. Use your personalized fitness motivator to keep track of your health. Listen to music on the go with the Standalone Music Player in it. It is compatible with many Galaxy Smartphones and tablets.
Samsung Gear Fit is a personalized fitness motivator and has a heart rate sensor in it. This device is Compatible with many Galaxy Smartphones and Tablets. You can also stay connected with your devices with many third party apps. You get notified immediately on this about the emails, messages, incoming calls and the 3rd party apps that help to keep you connected to the device on the 1.84 inch super AMILED screen. This is also dust and water resistant. Wear this device 24x7 and stay updated always.
To know more about These Smart devices you can visit http://www.infibeam.com/Mobiles/samsung-offers-a.html
by Arpin Gajjar
Thursday, 13 March 2014
We managed to compare and find which is better - Nokia X or Nokia X+, first smartphones based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), that can run Android apps and are powered by Microsoft and Nokia services. Check prices to see which is more expensive or which is more affordable and find out which is best phablets as per your needs across various features including screen size, camera resolution, memory, battery, technology and video comparison.
by Som Teck
Saturday, 22 February 2014
If attackers have access to a mobile user's network, such as by sharing the same unsecured wireless service offered by a restaurant, they could see or alter exchanges between the user and protected sites such as Gmail and Facebook. Governments with access to telecom carrier data could do the same.
"It's as bad as you could imagine, that's all I can say," said Johns Hopkins University cryptography professor Matthew Green.
Apple did not say when or how it learned about the flaw in the way iOS handles sessions in what are known as secure sockets layer or transport layer security, nor did it say whether the flaw was being exploited.
But a statement on its support website was blunt: The software "failed to validate the authenticity of the connection."
Apple released software patches and an update for the current version of iOS for iPhone 4 and later, 5th-generation iPod touches, and iPad 2 and later.
Without the fix, a hacker could impersonate a protected site and sit in the middle as email or financial data goes between the user and the real site, Green said.
After analyzing the patch, several security researchers said the same flaw existed in current versions of Mac OSX, running Apple laptop and desktop computers. No patch is available yet for that operating system, though one is expected soon.
Because spies and hackers will also be studying the patch, they could develop programs to take advantage of the flaw within days or even hours.
The issue is a "fundamental bug in Apple's SSL implementation," said Dmitri Alperovich, chief technology officer at security firm CrowdStrike Inc. Adam Langley, a senior engineer at Google, agreed with CrowdStrike that OS X was at risk.
Apple did not reply to requests for comment. The flaw appears to be in the way that well-understood protocols were implemented, an embarrassing lapse for a company of Apple's stature and technical prowess.
The company was recently stung by leaked intelligence documents claiming that authorities had 100 percent success rate in breaking into iPhones.
Friday's news suggests that enterprising hackers could have had great success as well if they knew of the flaw.
by Som Teck