Dual sim WiFi TV Android cell phone KK N9 (Nokia N9)

Key Specification about dual sim WiFi TV Android cell phone KK N9: mp3,mp4,FM,camera,bluetooth,quad-band
Android mobile phone, Nokia N9 style, Dual sim dual standby, WiFi, TV, GPS, MP3 mp4 players, FM radio, Bluetooth, Camera bank and front, Display: 3.6-inch WQVGA 240*480 Resistive Touch Screen, Operation frequency: GSM quad-band 850/00/1800/1900mhz


More Information about dual sim WiFi TV Android cell phone KK N9:
1. MTK 6516
2. Android 2.3 Operating System
3. Quad Band
4. WiFi IEEE 802.11b /g
5. Dual SIM Card Dual Standby.
6. 3.6″ Resistive Touch Screen
7. Support Memory Extension
8. A-GPS (GPS optional)
9. Global Analog Signal Reception TV PAL/NTSC/SECAM

Band : Quad Band GSM850 / GSM900 / DCS1800 / PCS1900
Dual SIM Card : YES
Analog TV : YES
Camera : Front Camera 0.3MP;Rear Camera 2.0MP
Screen : 3.6″ WQVGA Resistive Touch Screen 240*480Pixels,262K colors
Color : black, blue, white
Standby Time: 180h
Battery : 1600mAh
Dimension : 116*61*12mm
Language: Multilingual
RAM : 512M
ROM: 256M
External Memory: Support T-Flash Card up to 32GB
MP4 :YES (Support RMVB Format)
Audio Recording :YES
Java:Can be download from internet by client

Introducing iPhone 6 – 3D concept video

This Could be the Next Apple iPhone!– Introducing Retina 2 – YRGB Pixels– SolarCharging via iPhone screen– Bigger Screen 4.7 inch – Same body size– 10 MegaPixels Camera– 4K Video Recording– 500 FPS Video Recording– Lightning 2 – 10 X Faster Data Transfer – Battery Charging– To make the Design thinner, Apple has to come up with MINI AUX– Stereo Sound



Introducing iPhone 6 – 3D concept Youtube Video Here

Hands on Motorola Moto E

 The Moto G took the budget market by storm last year. Within five months of being on sale it became Motorola’s best-selling handset ever.

There was clearly a pretty easy meeting at Moto HQ: do that, but cheaper. That’s come in the form of the Motorola Moto E – the firm’s latest offering to the low-cost mobile arena. It’s not replacing the G, rather sliding in below as Motorola’s new entry-level device.
If you’re in the UK you’ll be able to get your hands on the Moto E right now for just £89 (that’s around $150, AU$160) SIM-free. With that price tag the Moto E finds itself rubbing shoulders with the Samsung Galaxy Fame,Nokia Lumia 520 and Vodafone Smart 4 Mini.
For that you get a 4.3-inch display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, 5MP rear camera and a 1980mAh battery.
The screen comes with a pleasingly sharp 540 x 960 resolution, giving it a 256ppi density, thus making it the sharpest display ‘in its category’.
It’s pleasing to use and I found that text and images rendered crisply, making for a comfortable viewing experience. It’s obviously not in the same leagues as the flagship phones, which pack in nearly twice as many pixels per inch… but then again, you could buy five Moto Es for the price of oneGalaxy S5 and still have change.
The screen has been covered with Gorilla Glass 3, providing a tough layer of protection on the front of the phone, while a plastic removable cover features on the rear.
There’s also anti-smudge coating on the glass, although during my time with the Moto E it managed to pick up its fair share of fingerprints, so I’m not convinced by the coating’s effect.
In terms of design the Moto E is very similar to the Moto G, with a solid build quality making this plastic phone feel well made and tough enough to take a few knocks.
As I’ve mentioned that rear cover can peel off and Motorola is offering nine different coloured shells which you can swap on the Moto E.
Additionally Motorola has also developed grip shells for the Moto E – available in five different colours – providing an integrated rubberised bumper which hugs the side of the phone as well as protecting the rear.
Couple the grip shell with the Moto E’s water resistant nano-coating and it will be able to tackle the more adventurous of activities.
The rear of the E is curved, allowing the handset to fit comfortably into the palm and I could easily wrap my hand around the 142g device.
It is a little on the chunky side, as at its deepest it measures 12.3mm, compared to 11.6mm on the Moto G and 9.9mm on the Lumia 520.
Motorola has managed to keep the bezels slender either side of the 4.3-inch display, although there is a sizeable amount above and below the screen.
It’s not enough to cause a problem, and with the internal speaker having been shifted from the back of the G to the front of the Moto E it helps disguise the additional space.
The 124.8 x 64.8mm frame allows some clever reorganisation of the buttons, with the power/lock and volume rocker keys on the right of the handset easy to hit during one handed operation, while the headphone jack can be found at the top of the handset and the microUSB port at the opposite end.
The 1.2GHz dual-core processor may not sound particularly impressive, but it is a Snapdragon 200 offering with 1GB of RAM backing it up and it does a good job of running Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
That’s the latest version of Google’s mobile platform, and Motorola has committed itself to providing the Moto E with an upgrade to the next major version of Android, as well as any incremental updates between now and then.
Navigation through homescreens, the app drawer and the multi-tasking menu was smooth and I didn’t experience any signs of slow down or lag.
It will be interesting to see if the Moto E can keep the same fluidity when you’ve filled up the storage with apps, movies and photos – but early indications are positive.
I was able to play Angry Birds Star Wars without any problems – hardly ground breaking, but a good test.
While load times may not have been as quick as the flagship phones on the market the power inside the Moto E and the Adreno 302 GPU ensured I wasn’t left waiting for long.
There’s no 4G connectivity available on the Moto E, but you do get 3G, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi b/g/n – and web browsing on the latter proved to be smooth.
Motorola’s suite of apps which appeared on the Moto G make the jump to the Moto E, with Migrate and Assist joined by newcomer Alert.
Motorola Alert allows the Moto E to automatically notify friends and family of your location, be it when you get to work, leave the house, or successfully arrive at a friend’s party.
You can also send friends your location after a concert so they can meet up with you, and emergency mode allows you to quickly sound an alarm and auto-dial a pre-determined number.

Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung’s best Android smartphone gets even better with the Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung announced the Galaxy S5 Android smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. The Galaxy S5, follow-up (naturally) to 2013’s Galaxy S4, has a 5.1-inch display at 1080p. It’s powered by a Snapdragon 801 processor at 2.5 GHz. (That’s still subject to change based on region.)

It’s also running Android 4.4.2 out of the box, with 16 or 32GB of internal storage, SDXC external storage, and sports a 16-megapixel camera with a new flash technology. The battery is 2,800 mAh.


With the Galaxy S5, Samsung introduces some new design language for their version of Android, lovingly known as TouchWiz. Things are flatter, more dynamic, and everything has a little more polish that previous versions. There are also new Samsung applications to explore, and features like a heart-rate monitor and fingerprint scanner should provide for a unique experience.

For those looking for a little water-resistance, the Galaxy S5 has inherited the IP67 rating of the Galaxy S4 active, meaning you can submerge it for a short time without worrying about frying your phone. (Assuming that you’ve got the back cover and ports on correctly.)

Samsung has built on its success with the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 here, and users coming from either device will feel right at home. At the same time, there are plenty of new and exciting features built atop of the things they’re familiar with. Samsung is introducing its second wave of wearables along with the GS5. Those include the Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches, and the Gear Fit fitness tracker.

Apple iPhone 6 anticipating

The latest iOS 7.1 upgrade already rolled out and now it is time to get back to iPhone 6. Yes, it hasn’t been released yet but that hardly makes a difference when it comes to spreading rumors. Since it’s a crime not to talk about what is being talked about iPhone 6, here comes our bit. Here presenting a compilation of sorts and few new ones from us!

Recent releases from Samsung, HTC and Sony have only increased the bar for iPhone 6. Apple and its products always enjoy the premium and to maintain the brand image iPhone 6 has to do something out of the box.


The big screen debate

Issue of screen size will be debated for ever in smartphone users’ fraternity. Everyone expects the new iPhone to have a larger screen. But how large is large enough? Rumor mill suggest that Apple may announce iPhone 6 with not one but two screen sizes. The lower one could be 4.7 in which is around already existing iPhone 5S screen size. To address the large screen market there could be another version having 5.6 in screen.

It is also reported that iPhone 6 will have bezel-less display.

Everything is up for an upgrade

The specifications in iPhone 6 are also set for an upgrade. It will be thinner in width have a faster processor (most probably A7 quad core) and pixel density. The Australian teenager Sonny Dickson suggests that iPhone 6 will have an Ultra-Retina screen capable of giving 389 pixels per inch.

In addition to higher megapixels camera in iPhone 6 might feature a bigger sensor, an f/2.0 aperture size, OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and 6P sapphire lens. Photo quality in iPhone 5S is already a benchmark and the new specs should take it a notch up further.

Operating system quiz

There is still no agreement in choice of OS for iPhone 6. With iOS 7.1 just rolling out may be the safest choice for iPhone 6. But we all know Apple’s habit of surprising with a WOW element. So possibility of new smartphone built on iOS 8 is not ruled out.

Sensing the new sensors

Apple was seen aggressively hiring health sensor experts which gives rise to speculations that iPhone 6 will have more sensors. While some of the sensors may be for iWatch and iPhablets we believe that iPhone 6 may come loaded with pressure, temperature and humidity sensors.

When do we see the real stuff?

Many expected iPhone 6 to be out in 2013 itself but that was not to be. It is only realistic to assume that iPhone 6 can be available only in second half of 2014. It may just coincide with other much awaited releases of iWatch and iOS 8. If oled-display.net and KDC-Daewoo-SecuritiesResearch is to be believed iPhone should come in the second or third quarter of 2014.

And finally about the iPhone 6 prices – with premium specs it can only be in high end price range. It will depend on how aggressive Apple wants to go reclaiming any lost grounds.

Panasonic 5 Inch ToughPad Is One Brawny Phablet

Think your Gorilla Glass-protected waterproof smartphone is durable? It’s a proverbial wimp next to Panasonic’s new ToughPad, an ultra-rugged 5-inch tablet that sometimes does double duty as a phone.

That kind of ruggedness has a cost, however: This baby is anything but elegant. “Brick” is an apt descriptor for the 15-ounce, 1.2-inch-thick handheld, so it’s just as well the ToughPad is aimed at the business and industrial market, designed to take the kind of punishment that factory floors, highways and battlefields occasionally dish out.

Previously, Panasonic only offered ToughPad tablets in 10- and 7-inch sizes; this is the first one to have a 5-inch screen, which is a market dominated by Honeywell and Motorola Solutions. The tiny ToughPad comes in two options: the FZ-X1, which runs Android 4.2.2 “Jelly Bean,” and the FZ-E1, which is one of the first devices to ship with Windows Embedded 8.1, a special flavor of Windows for business handhelds.


As you might expect, this sucker is built to take a pounding. Not only is it rated to withstand a 10-foot drop onto concrete, but the screen “floats” within the housing, enabling it to survive falling on its face. And the IP68 rating means it’s guaranteed to still work after being submerged in 5 feet of water for 30 minutes.

The tricky thing about water resistance, though, is that water can still play havoc with usability (just try using your waterproof tablet while running it under a faucet). Panasonic has thought of this, though, and has included a “rain mode” that reduces the 10-finger touchscreen to just one finger, but makes the device usable in a storm. Even through gloves.


One of the advantages of bulk is you have room for a bigger battery, and the huge 6,200 milliamp-hour (mAh) battery will last 14 hours. It’s hot-swappable, too, meaning you can take it out and slip in a fresh one and it won’t even turn off — that’s thanks to a high-voltage capacitor that will still work no matter how long you own the device.

The Windows model is powered by a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip and the Android one has a 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600 model. Wi-Fi-only models cost $1,849 and $1,799, respectively, with 4G LTE and phone-call options each costing $50 extra. Adding a barcode reader or magstripe scanner costs $100 each.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 To Feature UV Sensor

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s upcoming Galaxy Note 4 smartphone may feature a UV sensor that has the capability to track ultraviolet rays every 500 milliseconds. The feature was designed to improve outdoor visibility of the Super AMOLED display. It could also be used to warn users of the sun’s heat.

Exciting new specs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The Galaxy Note 4 tablet could come in 22 different versions, including SM-N9106V, SM-N9106W, SM-N9108V, and SM-N9108V. The list does not go into specified details. It is also suggested that the upcoming Note will come in either 16GB or 32GB internal storage. The latter version in the United States will be exclusively available through Verizon Communications Inc. , AT&T Inc. , Sprint Corporation , and T-Mobile US Inc.


The information regarding Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is vague and leaves many questions unanswered. Only time will tell if this rumor is actually true. The UV sensor rumor is not the only current rumor that is currently in circulation. Just mere days ago, BGR shared the alleged specs of the upcoming smartphone in a post. There were two versions of this model, including the SM-N910C and SM-N910S, found in the AnTuTu Benchmark database. These versions are the Exynos and Qualcomm versions.

Galaxy Note 4 with Flexible screen limited to niche market

As expected, these versions will come with different system-on-chips. These versions will vary depending on the region the devices are sold in. Both new versions are expected to feature a high-resolution 2K display, 16-megapixel rear-facing camera, 3.68-megapixel front facing camera, and 3GB of RAM. Other reports indicate that Samsung will release two flexible screen and regular screen models. However, it is important to point out that Samsung could be planning to limit the flexible screen version to a niche market. This could mean that the company is using the limited niche market to test out customer reception and that it hopes to eventually make the product available in more markets.

LG Optimus L70 for Cricket

What a better way to celebrate launching of a new service than with a brand new phone? AT&T’s new Cricket Wireless service has been up and running for about two weeks now and the carrier is already looking to expand its Android smartphone portfolio. Starting today Cricket customers can have a wider range of devices to choose from thanks to the addition of the LG Optimus L70 to the roster. The phone is now available from carrier’s stores for just $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate.


If you have your eye on the LG Optimus L70 at a discounted price, you better hurry up since the promotion will be live for a limited time. After the deal expires, the handset will cost $99.99. Of course, you don’t have to worry about long-term commitments. Cricket Wireless is a prepaid brand, hence it doesn’t require contracts. The LG Optimus L70 is a mid-range smartphone that has been already set for sale at Metro PCS. The phone sports a 4.5-inch IPS display with 800 x 480 resolution and is powered by a dual-core MSM8210 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz. Under the hood, the device hides 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of internal memory expandable up to 32 GB via microSD slot. Other features include 5-megapixel main camera, VGA front-facing snapper and a 2100 mAh battery which, according to LG, is capable of delivering up to 15 hours of talk time or up to 21 days of standby time.

The Optimus L70 for Cricket ships with Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box and a full suite of LG-exclusive apps such as KnockON which lets you wake the phone by double tapping the screen, or Knock Code – an easy way of unlocking your L70 with a preset knock pattern. Other useful features include QSlide and QuickMemo with On-Call Notes which allows you to access the QuickMemo app and take notes while on call. The phone also has a special Guest Mode thanks to which you to restrict access to some areas this way preventing unauthorized persons from viewing content they are not supposed to see.

The iPhone 6 Eye ID Retinal Scanner, iPhone 6C and iPhone Air

The latest iPhone was launched in September so it is still very young player even when we take under consideration that smartphones age rather fast. However, it seems to be old enough for the talks and speculations about next-generation iPhone as they started increasing in intensity. Some of the ideas are pretty creative; maybe even a tad too creative for the present state of technology. For example, Italian designer Set Solutions imagines the iPhone 6 could come with Eye ID Retinal Scanner.


The Eye ID Retinal Scanner would serve basically for the same purpose as Touch ID,  but could add some more advanced functionality. By using a beam-like technology, the Eye ID Retinal Scanner would scan your retina in order to confirm your identity and let you unlock your phone.

Moreover, the Retina scan could provide easy and secure access to your online banking account or allow you to make purchases from iTunes and the App Store. The idea is interesting; however, chances that we will see it in the next-generation iPhone are close to none at this point. For one, the technology is too expensive and not small enough to fit into a smartphone. More distant future looks more promising, though.

There are some other concepts concerning the next-generation iPhone. One model, known as the Apple iPhone Air is a mixture of iPhone and iPad Air design. Another model, called iPhone 6C, could be the first curved iPhone, hence the „C” in the name.

These concepts, however, are obviously not leaks but imaginative ideas that stand little chance to materialize. At least for now.

iOS 8 Beta 2 Now Available

Apple has released iOS 8 beta 2 three weeks after releasing the first beta to developers at its World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California on June 2nd. The second beta is available now as an OTA update or through Apple’s development portal. The new beta features mostly bug fixes. Check out the full iOS 8 beta 2 changelog below.


Apple is expected to launch iOS 8 alongside its next-generation iPhone and rumored iWatch this fall. iOS 8 will bring a host of new features to Apple products including Apple’s Health app, improvements to messaging, an App Store Family Sharing option and more.