Nokia Lumia 930 Windows Phone

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Spread the love with the Nokia Lumia 930 Windows Phone, letting you connect and engage with people seamlessly thanks to LiveTiles functionality, a 20MP rear camera with 1.2MP front camera, built-in wireless charging, a 5″ Full HD Display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage.

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Key Features

  • The 20MP PureView Camera combined with four directional microphones let you capture high quality photos and detailed video with surround sound. Use with the Nokia Camera app to take full creative control of your photos, then share to Nokia Storyteller, Instagram or other social networks
  • Customise your own LiveTiles screen with people, apps and music whilst being able to resize, change colour and move the tiles to your liking
  • A 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Processor with 2GB RAM to tackle your most overwhelming tasks and app usage in this Windows Phone 8.1 operating system
  • A 5″ Full HD Display and 32GB storage to enjoy your multimedia, as well as LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity for heavier streaming needs. NFC and Bluetooth also available for connectivity to other compatible devices
  • Featuring unlimited, commercial-free music streaming at no additional cost, Nokia MixRadio lets your choose from hundreds of regularly-updated mixes or customise your own playlist and even listen offline


Samsung Galaxy Alpha vs Samsung Galaxy S5

Climbing to the top of the leader boards for most of the year, the Galaxy S5 continues to be a darling of a gem in the mobile space – where its reign of dominance is rarely tested. Not surprisingly, it received much acclaim for its unprecedented set of features and impressive overall performance, but its design still came off undesiring for something so high-end. That’s where Samsung does justice with the Galaxy Alpha, a profoundly better designed phone. But is looks alone enough to catapult it over the renowned Galaxy S5, especially when they’re priced identically with a 2-year contract?

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Design

The Galaxy Alpha is the best designed phone out of Samsung’s camp, making the Galaxy S5’s design obsolete.

We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again. The Galaxy Alpha is the best designed smartphone to come out of Samsung’s camp, thanks to its solid construction, attractive metal-trimmed bezel, and compact feel in the hand. Indeed, it’s a stark contrast to the design of the language of the S5. Despite the S5’s less-than-desirable looks and its all plastic construction, it features a water-resistant element – something that the Alpha doesn’t offer.

Seeing that they’re closely related, it doesn’t shock us that they offer pretty much the same set of features, ports, and button. In fact, they share common things like their finger print sensors, removable batteries, and heart rate sensors. However, the Galaxy S5 packs on some additional amenities that clearly indicates it’s Sammy’s pride and joy – like its microSD card slot and IR blaster.

Display

Size and resolution, those are what’s most apparently different with these two displays from a first look. The Galaxy S5 stuffs a larger 5.1-inch 1080 x 1920 Super AMOLED panel into its body, while the Galaxy Alpha has a more hand-friendly 4.7-inch 720 x 1080 Super AMOLED display. While the two appear on par to one another from a details standpoint from a normal viewing distance, the Galaxy Alpha’s decision to rely on a PenTile pixel arrangement makes it less sharp – and it doesn’t help either that its resolution chimes in at 720p.Well, a comforting quality about the Galaxy Alpha’s display is that it offers a more well-balanced color reproduction than the Galaxy S5. It’s stark contrast to the Galaxy S5’s over-saturated color reproduction, which definitely gives it that showroom wow factor, but it’s not accurate at all. Aside from that, they pretty much offer the same qualities with their displays – such as their wide viewing angles, deep black color, and similar brightness outputs.

Samsung Galaxy Alpha vs Samsung Galaxy S5 – Interface and Functionality

Using the AT&T variants of the two smartphones, they’re actually powered by the same chipset – a quad-core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC coupled with 2GB of RAM and the Adreno 330 GPU. Looking into their performances, they’re pretty much identical with real-world tasks, so there’s not one that’s necessarily snappier.

Bearing the same on-contract pricing, $200, we’re given a spacious 32GB of internal storage with the Galaxy Alpha – while the Galaxy S5 has half that at 16GB. We’re not too bummed by that revelation because we can supplement the Galaxy S5’s capacity with its microSD card slot, which

Internet and Connectivity
The basic task of surfing the web is intact here, since they offer responsive navigational controls and speedy 4G LTE connectivity. Due to its larger and higher resolution display, in addition to its secondary feature of being able to scroll vertically via its Air

Samsung Galaxy Alpha vs Samsung Galaxy S5 – Interface and Functionality
Being world phones, you’ll be able to bring both of them abroad with no issues in compatibility – plus, they offer the same LTE band support (7 to be exact). In addition, they’re packaged with the same set of modern connectivity goodies. Specifically, they consist of aGPS with Glonass, Bluetooth 4.0, dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, and NFC.

Camera

The Galaxy Alpha snaps some sharp looking photos, but the Galaxy S5’s quality is simply better.

The megapixels war is ongoing, one that’s not going to end anytime soon – especially when phones are constantly receiving higher resolution cameras. Totting along some juicy gear for the occasion, a 12-megapixel camera for the Galaxy Alpha and an even beefier 16-megapixel one on the Galaxy S5, they’re complemented by their identical camera apps, which are filled with a handful of manual controls and shooting modes to please all sorts of shutterbugs.

Call Quality

Phone calls can be problematic, just because of their unfavorable qualities.

Honestly, call quality is rather tough with both phones, seeing that they have some unsavory qualities. For example, the Galaxy S5 performance is muffled sounding through the earpiece – while the Galaxy Alpha is bogged down on both ends of the line with robotic toned voices.

Battery

Don’t let its compact size fool you, that’s because the Galaxy Alpha slightly edges out the Galaxy S5 when it comes to battery life.

Impressively, the smaller 1860 mAh battery capacity of the Galaxy Alpha is more long lasting than the larger 2800 mAh battery in the Galaxy S5, but it’s not a whole lot more. In our battery benchmark test, the Alpha achieves a mark of 7 hours and 50 minutes – while the Galaxy S5 isn’t too far behind at 7 hours and 38 minutes.

My only iPhone 6 regret Battery life

Before the iPhone 6 came out, I had a wish list of what I wanted to see. That list was ambitious. Hey, it was a wish list. Now, after living with the iPhone 6 for two weeks, and having adjusted to it as my main phone, here’s the question: what do I miss not having on the iPhone 6? And is there anything I envy about the 6 Plus, bending-while-jammed-in-pocket fears notwithstanding?

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I had battery life as my top most-wanted feature for this year’s iPhone. I wasn’t given what I wanted. Sure, the 6 Plus has improvements on overall battery life. But, it’s not a double-your-battery phone. And that size, weeks later, still doesn’t appeal to me or my pockets.

Optical image stabilization? So far, it doesn’t seem like not having it makes a huge difference. Sure, I wish the iPhone 6 had it. But I’ve gone back and forth between the Plus and regular 6, and it’s really hard to perceive. The overall camera quality on the 6 is good enough: better than the 5s, even if it’s not a big leap. The iPhone 6 still has one of the very best phone cameras, and it’ll be my go-to for the entire year.

Size? I do miss the iPhone 5S for its easy-to-hold one-handedness. I tried pushing a shopping cart while checking a shopping list on the iPhone 6, and it was tougher to thumb through. But I love the new screen size. And I wouldn’t a phone that’s any larger. It’s not 1080p, but most apps don’t take advantage of that yet anyway.

Waterproofing? That would be appreciated. But Apple’s never done that on a phone before. It was a tall order. Many phones aren’t water resistant. It’s not a deal-breaker. And Apple may have already helped make these new phones more splash-durable.

But…that battery life. I use my iPhone as a hub. It pairs with tons of wearables and fitness trackers. It connects to my car. I stream music nearly constantly. I’m web-browsing, tweeting, emailing, taking notes. I take photos. I make the occasional phone call, too.

This morning, the iPhone 6 is already down to 84 percent at 10 a.m. Not bad. Not great. It’ll reach a point by mid-day where I consider a quick recharge. I want to get past that point.

To be clear: the iPhone 6 battery isn’t bad. It’s disappointing. There are other phones that do better. If you’re an iPhone user already, you know what to expect.

I would have liked, and bought, a thicker iPhone with better battery life. It matters to me.

I want the iPhone 6 with the battery of the 6 Plus. But I can’t get that this year. The iPhone 6 is no worse than the iPhone 5s at getting through a day…but not much better. And as I continue to power-use my phone, I don’t want to be forced to go super-sized in my phone choice. I’d still pick the iPhone 6 over the 6 Plus. It’s the size I want. It just lacks that meaningful battery boost.

Having a super-slim phone is cool, and the iPhone 6 is undoubtedly beautifully made. But if it had been just a bit thicker, found a way to get just a few more hours of meaningful Web-use time…I wouldn’t need to wonder about the Plus and its tradeoff of battery-for-massive-size.

A thicker phone would maybe even mean not needing a phone that was quite so long and wide.

Battery life means the iPhone gets used longer. It means I’ll stay connected longer. It means I won’t manage my Bluetooth or notifications or massage my app usage (which iOS 8 helps with). It means I’ll just use my phone, and not worry.

Maybe next year. Honestly, if all Apple did in 2015 was make an iPhone with seriously improved battery life, it would make tons of people buy one.

Backup Battery Pack for iPhone/iPod (1900mAh) – White

Backup Battery Pack for iPhone/iPod (1900mAh) – White Compatible Devices   Backup Battery Pack for iPhone/iPod (1900mAh) – White This Backup Battery Pack for iPhone/iPod has Light-weight, super-slim design to carry with your iPhone or iPod.It is really convenient charged via any USB ports. This item can be used as an emergency battery anytime you don’t have access to a computer, car charger or wall charger.When you need to recharged the backup battery just use the Ipod/Iphone USB sync cable to connect it to computer’s USB port or USB AC charger. Conveniently charged via any USB ports High-capacity, rechargeable lithium-ion battery  LED indicator for battery power level  Note: You can not charge the phone and the battery at the same time.   NOTE for iPod users:  The battery pack blocks the headphone jack while in use.  You can not use this battery pack and the iPod simultaneously, due to the orientation of the headphone jack.  This is not an issue with the iPhone, which has the headphone jack on the top.

Backup Battery Pack for iPhone/iPod (1900mAh) - White


Backup Battery Pack for iPhone/iPod (1900mAh) – White

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Backup Battery Pack for iPhone/iPod (1900mAh) – White

Lithium Battery For Nokia 9300

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Lithium Battery For Nokia 6682

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