Today, a photograph discovered on Chinese micro-blogging site …
Today, a photograph discovered on Chinese micro-blogging site …
We have previously shown you images of a phone that is allegedly the Motorola Moto X (2017). With the model number XT1801, the device is rumored to carry a 5.5-inch display featuring a resolution of 1080 x 1920 (FHD). A Snapdragon 625 chipset powers the unit with 3GB of RAM inside. Today, another variant of the Moto X (2017) has surfaced, this one sporting the model number XT1805 and featuring 4GB of RAM. There is a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top of the device, a fingerprint scanner in front and the front-facing selfie snapper has a flash of its very own.
This version of the Moto X (2017) …
A Motorola handset sporting the model number XT1773 has received certification from the FCC. The model is believed to be the Motorola Moto E4 Plus. According to a tweet from tipster Roland Quandt, the Moto E4 will feature a MediaTek SoC instead of a Snapdragon chipset under the hood. But the biggest news about the device is the 5000mAh battery that is under the hood according to the FCC documentation. That would be the largest capacity battery ever placed inside a Motorola handset.
Earlier this week, the Motorola Moto E4 (XT1762) also was certified by the FCC, carrying a 2800mAh battery. …
Top model of cell phone? Hot Girls Video
There are rumors swirling around the iPhone 8 suggesting Apple could be planning to offer a major technology leap forward with its 10th Anniversary iPhone, but the highest-end devices may not be cheap.
Business Insider has published a pair of rumors on various aspects of the upcoming iPhone 8. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo Apple will move back to all-glass construction with the iPhone 8 for all three models. The use of glass could make it more difficult to implement the wireless charging support Kuo expects the new device to offer, and overheating could be a problem due to the difference in thermal dissipation between glass and metal. Kuo writes:
Adoption of glass casing & wireless charging unfavorable to thermal system operation for three new 2017F iPhone models; bigger impact on OLED model. The thermal system becomes less efficient with glass casing, as compared to metal casing used previously. Furthermore, wireless charging increases handset temperature. While we don’t expect general users to notice any difference, lamination of an additional graphite sheet is needed for better thermal control and, thus, steady operation; this is because FPCB is replaced with film, which is more sensitive to temperature change of the 3D touch sensor in OLED iPhone.
Kuo suspects that Apple can solve this problem by adding the aforementioned graphene sheet, but that it could increase the cost of the OLED panel by as much as 50%. That brings us to our second rumor. Scuttlebutt suggests the top-end iPhone 8 with an OLED display, wireless charging, and a 5.8-inch screen could hit $1,000 or even more. Mark Sullivan of Fast Company agrees with Kuo on this point. Sullivan expects the iPhone 8 (or iPhone X) to offer more RAM, more storage, and possibly higher clock speeds than other Apple devices.
The iPhone 8/X is also expected to offer home buttons and fingerprint sensors built directly into its edge-to-edge screen, a double camera, and 3D-sensing technology provided by Lumentum. Companies like Amazon and Google have played with 3D-sensing technology to varying degrees, and the tech could be useful in augmented reality and virtual reality applications.
Now, keep in mind, that $1,000+ price tag is strictly for the premium model. There would be three smartphones in total: A 4.7-inch model (iPhone 7s), a 5.5-inch model (iPhone 7s Plus) and the 5.8-inch iPhone 8 or iPhone X with higher specs wherever possible. Apple has supposedly tied up OLED suppliers and is working on integrating a much larger battery into the iPhone 8/X. The company is also expected to use both Intel and Qualcomm modems.
For now, it looks like Apple will debut a number of brand-new features for the iPhone 8/X, then roll those features out to the entire product lineup, most likely the following year. That would keep some technologies positioned as halo items for the luxury buyers, while simultaneously ensuring over the long term that these features would be used.
Apple, its suppliers, and the companies it hires to assemble the iPhone are all talking about finding a way to produce the handset in the U.S. to appease President Donald Trump. The problem is that Apple will have to pay more for U.S. based supplies, components and labor. That will force the tech titan to do one of two things; raise prices to maintain current margins, or make less money on handset sales.
A Wall Street analyst by the name of Brian White says that he has a solution. White, who works for Drexel Hamilton, says that Apple should produce a special “Made in America” version …
Many companies sell mobile phones and related accessories stating that they are the authorized dealer of a particular brand maker. But, who is an authorized dealer and does it offer real benefits to the consumers to purchase products from them? Answer to this question is affirmative; it really does matter since if equipment purchased by us does not work properly due to some manufacturing defects, an unauthorized dealer cannot contact the manufacturer on our behalf for getting a new piece of equipment. This is because unauthorized dealers has no relationship with the manufacturer and they might sell a product without serial numbers and they might even sell a used phone stating that it is a new phone.
To avoid these problems, it would always be safe for the people, who wish to purchase HTC mobile phones to get in touch with an HTC Authorized Dealer so that they can be rest assured of the quality of phone purchased. These dealers are specialized in selling mobile telecommunication products, accessories and unlocked phones and they also carry different brands inclusive of LG, Sony Ericsson, Blackberry, Apple, Nokia and Samsung other than HTC mobiles that too online. They not only sell HTC and other mobile phones to individual customers, but resellers, wholesalers and corporate organizations dealing with mobile phones and their accessories can contact these dealers for purchasing phones in bulk numbers.
When it comes to HTC mobile, different models like Desire, Evo, Sensation, Incredible, Flyer, One, Snap, Wildfire, Rhyme, Salsa, ChaCha and Radar can be purchased online by individual customers and mobile phone dealers at the comfort of their home that too at competitive prices. Some of these dealers offer promotional offer some specific models of HTC phones and purchasers can make use of the offer by entering the coupon code provided by these dealers in the shopping cart for redeeming the percentage of discount offered. Shipping of mobile phones are made by these dealers to customers located in different parts of the world and low international priority shipping rates and courier services are offered with tracking information. They offer not only mobile phones, but tablet PCs are also offered with local warranties.
Users can make use of the advanced search option provided by the website of HTC Authorized dealers for purchasing HTC mobiles by entering the keywords like model number of phone and by selecting the category like tablets, smartphones or accessories and also by specifying the price range within which they are looking for mobile phones.
This content has been taken from http://www.ideamarketers.com/?articleid=3355765&CFID=197357019&CFTOKEN=44058583
Perhaps nothing else has taken the technology world by storm with as much vehemence as has Apple’s iPhone. These days, everyone and their mother has a smartphone, a major portion of which have a little apple residing on the back. The iPhone has revolutionized the way that people play, do business, and communicate in one fell swoop. With Angry Birds as its unofficial mascot, the popularity of the iPhone app store has transfigured the software industry, making mobile apps the hottest thing since Steve Jobs put pretty type on the screen.
So what is it about Apple’s iPhone and their other array of ‘i’ products – iTouch, iPad, iWhatevercomesnext – that has us all wanting to slide our fingers across a glassy surface? One thing that is seemingly inherent to Apple’s products is a level of (how shall I put it?) wowness. I know that is not a real word so I am going to use the word iSnazzy instead. Apple things look cool. They exhibit a sort of sophisticated “I come from the future” look that immediately grabs the attention and gets the fingers itching. Surely there must be a teleportation button on something that looks so cool, you think, and are only mildly disappointed at the lack thereof because you are so busy killing zombies with plants.
And if the look of the phone itself was not enough, the ability to customize it to your personality fills in the remaining gaps. Out there in accessory land, smart people are selling clothing for smart phones. The line of apparel includes such things as the iPhone two-piece case, the iPhone mesh case, and even the iPhone kickstand. And what cool new gadget doesn’t need a kick stand? Go on, name one. Knew you couldn’t. The cases and accessories come in more colors and patterns that French wallpaper. Enough said.
But is this all that makes iPhone such a ubiquitous tool? Certainly not. The real power of the rectangular object, small enough to slip into a pocket or a purse, is in its ever expanding variety of functions. It’s a phone, it’s a game system, it’s a camera, it’s a book, it’s a mobile office, it’s a room full of CDs, it’s a GPS, and it’s a flashlight for heaven’s sake. The fact is it’s anything the programmers can make it. What is your iPhone? You’ll find out tomorrow, because tomorrow you will change it. It changes as you do. You start exercising and it becomes your coach. You start dieting and it becomes your calorie counter. I think I’ve made my point.
Now, iPhones are not the only option out there in the world of smartphone technologies, and the future may see them relegated into the realm of Betamax and the Sinclair Spectrum, but I don’t see it happening. Apple has ridden the crest of the technology wave and seen competitors’ efforts mostly by glancing backward. It is because of their innovations that Apple has a large portion of the market share and will continue to maintain it without ever reducing their pricing. Apple doesn’t discount its iProducts; it just makes new ones and charges the same. And there’s no worms in that business model.
The global smartphone industry is developing gradually and there are several key players that are dominating this market today. At one point, Research in Motion was one of the pioneers in the smartphone industry with its BlackBerry smartphones being highly coveted. However, the company saw a decline in its market share for the past few years and its position was usurped by other major companies like Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics. The company’s phones became outdated as smartphones became popular. Nevertheless, RIM wasn’t willing to give up so it developed a new line of BlackBerry smartphones. It therefore launched its BlackBerry 10 lines of smartphones.
With the unveiling of the new phones on January 30th, 2013, the company also changed its name to BlackBerry in order to represent itself as a universal brand. Two new devices were launched that include the Z10 and Q10 respectively. However, for now, only Z10 is available in key markets, except for the US. The Z10 will debut this month in the US and numerous carriers will be offering this phone to people. However, there is one major carrier of the US that has announced that it will not be offering the Z10. This is the Sprint Nextel Corp., which said that instead of the touchscreen model, it will wait for the Q10 that’s equipped with the keyboard.
Mark Elliot is a spokesman for the third largest mobile phone service in the US. He stated that the Overland Park, Kansas based carrier will offer people the Q10 later this year to the customers. Apart from a small touch screen, the model boasts a physical keypad as well. Elliot said that it didn’t mean that the customers of the carrier were different. It just had the opinion that people would have more preference for the Q10, which boasts a QWERTY keyboard.
This announcement means that the flagship model of the new lineup of BlackBerry smartphones that is based on the new BlackBerry 10 OS will not be offered by the carrier. The Waterloo, Ontario based company is making an attempt to convince its customers that just like its traditional keyboard models, a touchscreen Blackberry model can also work. According to Thorsten Heins, the Chief Executive Officer of BlackBerry said that the company was expecting its new touch screen model to outsell the keyboard model in a ratio of 3 to 1. This news caused a 0.8% decline in the share price of the company.
The exact release date of the Z10 in the US has not been announced, but sign up pages have been created by Verizon Wireless, AT&T Inc., T Mobile USA and other big US carriers which can be used by interested customers for getting email alerts of the Z10. This device is very similar to the Android and iOS devices that are available in the market. This is the comeback strategy made by the Canadian company and the device has already gone on sale in Canada, UK and several other countries. The US release has been delayed as carriers need some time to test the Z10.
Find More BlackBerry Usa Articles
Cowen and Company analyst Timothy Arcuri, one of the first to report on the possibility of a 4-inch “iPhone 6c,” revealed in a recent interview that he can no longer find evidence that Apple is working on such a device for 2015.
Talking with Business Insider, Arcuri speculates Apple may have nixed the idea of a small-screened next-generation iPhone so as not to cannibalize sales of refreshed 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models widely expected to launch this fall.
“I think one of the reasons is because the iPhone 6 has sold so well,” Arcuri said. “And they said, ‘Look, why would we want to cannibalize? If we came out with an iPhone 6C, we would essentially cannibalize a price-reduced iPhone 6.'”
Arcuri first claimed Apple was mulling a return to the 4-inch smartphone form factor last December, saying it was “possible” that the device would be marketed as an alternative to refreshed “iPhone 6s” and “iPhone 6s Plus” hardware. A number of longtime iPhone owners were dismayed when Apple decided to move away from the pocketable 4-inch screen size last year.
Follow-up reports, supposed parts leaks and industry scuttlebutt seemingly confirmed Apple was on track to introduce a third, smaller iPhone version this year, perhaps as a repackaged iPhone 5s wrapped in aluminum. Those rumors have since fizzled out.
It should be noted that Arcuri has a mixed track record when it comes to Apple predictions. In early 2014, he correctly identified a number of iPhone 6 features prior to its announcement in September, but incorrectly guessed the iPhone 6 Plus would come with a more powerful processor. However, the recent research note lines up well with predictions from the more reliable Ming-Chi Kuo, who in April said Apple is unlikely to launch a 4-inch model this year.
Apple might be waiting to unleash a new 4-inch model next year as part of iPhone’s biennial overhaul. Reports in June claim AU Optronics won an order to supply 4-inch panels for an as-yet-unannounced iPhone model to be introduced in 2016.
With rumors now pointing away from a 4-inch “iPhone 6c,” at least for 2015, Apple could be looking at a handset lineup anchored by a free-on-contract iPhone 5s on one end, two new “iPhone 6s” devices on the other and discounted iPhone 6 models in between.