Digital camera is used to take still photographs or make videos by recording the images on an electronic image sensor. Among the cameras that are sold today, most of them are digital as they are widely accepted by the users. You can also get wearable cameras – A camera is mounted on a safety hat. You can take digital photos and videos and transmit them instantly to a portable computer nearby. Photo transmission to a wearable device or computer is made possible via Bluetooth or Wireless technology.
If you have an adventurous spirit and love of video, then you’re likely well-familiar with GoPro and Contour.
GoPro is one of wearable camera that would automatically snap photos throughout your day, make easy to document and share your life’s most interesting experiences.
According Wikipedia, GoPro is a brand of high-definition personal cameras, often used in extreme action video photography. They are known for being lightweight, rugged, wearable (head-mounted) or mountable in unusual places such as outside planes, cars, or boats.(Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GoPro)
GoPro release the HERO3+ In October 2013 with Black Edition and Silver Edition. The Black Edition has video modes of 1440p48, 1080p60, 960p100 and 720p120 as well as 4Kp15 and 2.7Kp30 and can shoot 12MP stills at up to 30 frames per second. The price is $399. And The Silver Edition, has video modes of 1080p60 and 720p120 and can shoot 10MP stills at up to 10 frames per second. The price is $299. Check other cameras from gopro. Also you can check latest deals and discounts on http://www.dealsvario.com/view_more_coupons/gopro.com
The Internet world is abuzz with Googleâ€™s latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update. All the new Nexus devices will have this version pre-loaded but if you have older Nexus devices, you would want to update to the latest release.
Factually, not every Android user has received updates. Your tablet might be showing symptoms of slowing down. All you have to do is update to the latest Android 4.3.
How do you do that?
Here are some ways.
Force Android 4.3 Update
If you havenâ€™t received update notification yet, you can force the Google servers to update by this simple trick. Before trying out this or any other method given below, donâ€™t forget to take full backup to prevent data loss.Â Once the backup is taken, follow this process â€“
Go to Settings > Select Apps
Scroll to Google Services Framework.
Select it and choose â€˜Clear Dataâ€™
Disregard the displayed warning and go ahead.
Move back to Settings, select â€˜About Phoneâ€™
Select â€˜System Updatesâ€™
Check for updates.
You should see a message asking you to update to the latest Android 4.3 version. Follow the given steps on the screen. If you donâ€™t see the message after following the above process, try again. You will get it. After installation, you might get errors while updating old apps or installing new ones. If you do, all you need to do is delete existing Google accounts and reconfigure them.
You will have Android 4.3 OS on your Nexus device.
Android 4.2.2 Users JDQ39
If your Nexus is running on Android 4.2.2, there is a manual guide available to update Nexus 4, Nexus 7 Wi-Fi, Nexus 10 and Galaxy Nexus. If you have a non-rooted Nexus device, you need to follow this excellent guide by Droid-Life.com that shows you to use adb-sideload to update a Nexus without rooting or custom recovery. The method is tricky so make sure you follow the guide carefully. If you fail to follow the guide, you can use ClockWorkMod or TWRP for custom recovery and image flash.
If you already have a rooted device, just use the relevant downloaded ZIP file to flash in recovery and you will have Android 4.3 installed in no time.
You also need to install Android SDK and have an unlocked bootloader. Before you begin the update process, ensure that the developer menu options in the Nexus device are enabled, along with â€˜USB debuggingâ€™ option. This is necessary to connect Nexus with the computer.
The whole process will restore the device; therefore, donâ€™t forget backups.
After Android 4.3 Update
No software is without its share of problems. Once your device flashes 4.3, you need to create new users. You cannot edit the existing one and move them to restricted section. You need to create new ones.
Not even a week has passed and reports are coming in of various glitches. For instance, Nexus 4 users are complaining of device over-heating and lackluster performance results. Some users have reported problems with geo-tagging photos, slow panoramic modes and auto saving of pictures without geo coordination details even with GPS mode in active mode. Other users have complained that it has become worse to play games on the new OS. Whether these problems are device specific or not, Android 4.3 is showing errors.
Be very sure of how you are updating the Nexus device. Take backup before tinkering with anything and store the backup safely. If you are unsure, go online and search for more resources and guides. Video guides will be more helpful and specific in this case.
Article by Sanjeev Kumar
Sanjeev Kumar is a Guest author and tech blogger, He blogs about latest technology, Gadgets, Android and windows on News and Article Section of IndianPrice.com. Find him on Google+ .
â€œcan life be endless?â€ is how they teased the new Micromax Canvas 4. We couldnâ€™t see much in the teaser videos except for the 13 megapixel camera and metallic body rim. As soon as they started teasing the device, there were endless rumors about the device. Some even claimed that it is going to be a device as powerful as the Samsung Galaxy S4. Being very true, we werenâ€™t expecting something that big but we really thought that it would have a powerful processor, more RAM and a better GPU. A better display wonâ€™t have hurt either.
But the device came out and on paper it was almost the same as the Canvas HD A116. The changes were not the performance components but still there were many fresh additions to the device. This is an attempt by Micromax where they are trying to pull their leg out of budget market and step into mid-range market.
The canvas HD has got a 1.2 GHz quad core processor based on a MediaTek chipset, 1 GB of RAM and 5 inch semi HD display. The new device has got a better look with a metallic rim along its sides. The canvas 4 despite having the same hardware is much more capable. It adds a feature so that you can blow on the phone to unlock. Also there are some other software features it borrowed from Samsungâ€™s high end devices. It can click 99 photos in 15 seconds in burst mode, has got smart pause to pause videos when you look away.
Design & Price:
As we said already, the new device is not a hardware upgrade but an overall improvement and an attempt to change the image they have got in market. The phone is slim and light as compared to the canvas HD. It feels better than the canvas HD but then there is the price. You get the canvas HD at a price of around 12.5 K but the Canvas 4 is available for around 17 K. We loved the addition of features to the new canvas but the price they are asking for doesnâ€™t feel right. It would have felt right if the Canvas HD wasnâ€™t available at such an attractive price. Plus the competition has become fierce and we have got quad core devices available from 8K. This really affects the attempts made by other brands to rise up.
It faces competition from the likes of some quad core devices by Xolo like the Q1000 or the new Xolo Play. Also there are some affordable quad core devices from manufacturers like Samsung which might appeal as a better deal to some. If we are asked to pick among the Canvas HD and Canvas 4 because of the price difference and also because you will eventually get bored of the smart features and wonâ€™t use them.
HTC has done brilliantly in the smartphone market over the past two-three years and it has established a name for itself. It has come up with a number of astonishing phones that possess brilliant technology and features. Among its top releases has been the HTC One X. The HTC one X can be found in the list of the best smart phones in the market at present. But HTC did not want to stop at that, to give competition to phones like the Samsung Galaxy S4, they announced and released the HTC One X+ which has the most high end technology supported by brilliant software and hardware treasures. In the race for the best smartphone the HTC One X+ has left behind its predecessor, the HTC One X, by miles. Hereâ€™s a look at what are the similarities and differences between the HTC One X+ and the HTC One X.
Display & Software:
Let us start from the most noticeable feature of a phone the display; in this area it is difficult to separate both the phones. The HTC One X has a 4.7 inch Super LCD2 capacitive touch screen and the HTC One X+ has the same screen. The minor difference being that the display in One X has the HTC Sense v.4 UI, while the One X+ has the HTC Sense v.4+ UI. The One X screen is protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass while, the One X+ screen is protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass 2. So besides a few details the screens for both the phones are not much different. Both screens have a pixel resolution of 720 x 1280 making both the phones capable of HD viewing.
Now coming to the heart of the phone, itâ€™s the processor. The HTC One X has a 1.5 GHz Quad Core Processor on the other hand the HTC One X+ has the 1.7 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3, Quad Core processor. The official site claims it to be 67 percent faster than its predecessor. In support of the processor both the phones have 1 GB of RAM. The HTC One X has an internal memory of 32 GB while the HTC One X+ has an internal memory of 64 GB, clearly giving an advantage to One X+. There however is no room for an external memory card in both of the phones.
Both phones have a primary camera which is 8 Megapixel. Both cameras have LED flash and features like Video stabilization, Auto focus, HD recording, Dedicated imaging chip, Continuous shooting, Auto flash and High quality slow video capture. The HTC One X+ camera however has a few additional features to the ones that are present in the HTC One X. There is VideoPic, which allows users to click photos at the same time when a video is being made, Sightseeing mode, which keeps the camera ready and Smart Flash which determines the use of flash according to distance from the subject. The secondary camera in both phones is not something people are proud of. The HTC One X has a front camera of 1.3 MP while the HTC One X+ has a front camera of 1.6 MP.
On the connectivity front, the HTC One X+ can be used on 2G, 3G as well as 4G networks giving the user access to high speeds. On the other hand the HTC One X can use only 2G and 3G networks and not the 4G network. Both phones have Bluetooth capabilities by use of Bluetooth with aptX enabled. Both phones are Wi-Fi enabled through Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n. Both phones also have the DLNA for wirelessly streaming media and USB connectivity through micro-USB v.2.0. Both phones can also use the NFC (Near Field Communications). There is also compatibility with HDMI connections.
The HTC One X+ measures 134.4 mm x 69.9 mm x 8.9 mm and weighs around 135 grams, while the HTC One X measures 134.4 mm x 69.9 mm x 8.9 mm and weighs around 130 grams. The dimensions of both the phones are thus same with a very slight and unnoticeable change in the weight. The battery of HTC One X+ is 2100 mAh Li-Ion battery while the HTC One X has an 1800 mAh Li-Ion battery. The audio quality of both phones is enhanced with the help of Beats Audio Studio-quality Sound.
In addition, the HTC One X+ comes with a pre-loaded Android v.4.1.1 (JellyBean) OS while the One X comes with an Android v. 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) which is upgradable to Android v. 4.1.1. Both phones comes with the similar set of add on features such as Google Search, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, DropBox space of 25 GB, Active Noise cancellation with dedicated mic., SNS integration, predictive text input, document viewer and editor, TV-out feature and Voice memo/ dial/ commands.
At the end to sum up one must first appreciate the brilliance that was behind the HTC One X for making it a phone that could counter all the competition in the market. After one has done that they need to again appreciate the brilliance that has been put behind the HTC One X Plus for making it a phone that will be hard to over shadow. HTC has indeed made us proud by presenting the phones that one could have only imagined a few years back. However coming back to the comparison of both these phones with each other, one notices that the size of both the phones has remained same and the makers have incorporated additional technology within the same design. The processor if definitely faster when it comes to the One X+ but apart from this there is not much that can be differentiated between the two phones. The essential difference then comes down to the price of both these phones. While HTC One X costs almost Rs. 26,000 (the highest version), the HTC One X+ costs around Rs. 30,000 (the highest version) which justifies the not so huge difference between them. However the HTC One X+ is the best phone that HTC has to offer for now and the HTC One X has taken a back seat in their line-up.
I have been using the dell 14z ultrabook for the past 2 months and think it’s about time to give a review. One of the worst features about this ultrabook, and not pointed out, is the utterly horrible quality of the bulit in webcam. I read many reviews complaining how heavy this ultabook is, but honestly the weight isn’t a problem for me. It’s light enough to carry around where ever I go, very slim too.
The design of the Inspiron 14 looks like an enlarged version of theÂ Dell Inspiron Mini 9Â and Mini 10 netbooks. At first glance you can easily see that Dell designers are trying to establish clearly identifiable designs for all Dell notebooks: all Inspiron laptops look similar, Studio XPS notebook likewise looks like other Studio XPS notebooks, and one Studio laptops have the same general design as other Studio laptops. At this point shoppers should be able to identify Dell’s entry-level products (Inspiron), mid-range products (Studio) and high-end products (Studio XPS) with little more than a glance.
Compared to the lovely and clean design of Dellâ€™s XPS range, the Inspiron 14z comes across as rather lacklustre despite all that lovely brushed metal.Â The chassis of the Inspiron is constructed from a combination of exterior plastics and an alloy interior framework for a balance of affordability, durability, and light weight.Â It consists mainly of a brushed gunmetal-grey aluminium panel with the Dell logo embossed in chrome and a matt silver outer surround made of solid plastic.
Thatâ€™s probably more types and colours of finish than weâ€™ve ever seen on a single laptop, and we canâ€™t help but wish Dellâ€™s design department had held the creed that â€œsimplicity is beautyâ€ a little closer to mind when it came time to create the Inspiron 14zâ€™s looks. Having said all that, this 14z isnâ€™t ugly, but it looks a little too much like â€˜my first laptopâ€™ to earn plaudits in the design department.
Connectivity and Webcam
Connectivity is good for such an affordable Ultrabook. On the left youâ€™ll find a Gigabit Ethernet port, full-size HDMI and USB 3.0 port. In an effort to maintain a premium aesthetic, Dell has hidden these left-most ports behind sturdy plastic flaps, which seem quite robust and are easy to open. However, even if theyâ€™re handy for keeping dust out we arenâ€™t big fans of these kinds of contraptions, as they get in the way more often than not.
On the Inspiron 14zâ€™s right, thereâ€™s an SDXC card reader, headphone/microphone jack, second USB 3.0 port and of course that optical drive, a tray-loading 8x DVD rewriter. Thankfully, the USB port here is left bare â€“ which arguably balances out our earlier complaint, as the average consumer for this laptop wonâ€™t usually need to insert more than one USB peripheral/cable at a time.
On the wireless side of things youâ€™ll find nothing fancy, just the usual Wi-Fi N and Bluetooth combo. As with every laptop worth its salt these days, the Dell Inspiron 14z sports a HD 720p webcam for video chatting, and it works as well as most.
At the time of launch theÂ Dell Studio 14zÂ is available with your choice of colors including, Black Chain Link, Midnight Blue, Promise Pink, Spring Green, Plum Purple, and Ruby Red. Dell will also donate $5 toÂ Susan G. Komen for the CureÂ from the purchase of each Promise Pink laptop. Starting in September theÂ Dell Design StudioÂ will offer the Studio 14z in your choice of more than 120 different designs, so you won’t have to worry about owning a laptop that looks identical to a classmate’s notebook.
Keyboard and Touchpad -Â Dell Inspiron 14z Ultrabook review
The keyboard in the pre-production unit felt quite firm with good key spacing and a good depth to the key throw. Each key has a textured black finish and a relatively flat surface. More importantly, the keyboard is available with optional backlighting for easy typing in a dark classroom or dorm room. The multi-touch, gesture-based touchpad is reasonably large for a thin and light 14-inch notebook and the dual touchpad buttons have deep feedback with quiet clicks.
Performance and Features
We didn’t have an opportunity to benchmark the pre-production unit of the Studio 14z, but it’s obvious that Dell wants to deliver a full-featured notebook that strikes a good balance between mobility, performance, style, and affordability. Dell is fully aware that netbook sales have exploded over the past year and that consumers want thin and light laptops at a low price. However, Dell also realizes that students and general users need more performance than what a $400 netbook can provide for multimedia entertainment and software than requires a powerful processor.
This is where the $649 starting price of the Studio 14z starts to look even better. Unlike netbooks that usually feature no more than a 160GB hard drive, the Studio 14z is available with up to a 500GB hard drive that can store a full music library of up to 125,000 songs, 142,000 photos or 133 DVD quality movies.
The port layout also strikes a good balance, providing most of what you need in a thin form factor without making too many sacrifices or making the chassis too thick. The Studio 14z packs three USB 2.0 ports including one port that is a USB/eSATA combo port, FireWire (1394a), an RJ-45 Ethernet jack, Display Port, HDMI, dual headphone jacks, a microphone jack and an ExpressCard/34 expansion slot. If Dell made any obvious mistakes in terms of the ports it has to be the lack of a built-in media card reader for digital cameras and other mobile devices. Yes, Dell offers an optional 8-in-1 media card reader that fits into the ExpressCard slot, but this shouldn’t be an “option” since media card readers are pretty much considered standard equipment now.
In terms of additional features, the Studio 14z is the first consumer laptop available withFailSafeÂ theft prevention. This option helps protect your personal data in the event that your laptop is missing or stolen. WithÂ FailsafeÂ engaged, you can track network information and the ISP location of your laptop when it connects to the Internet, and you can remotely erase selected files and render the laptop unusable until the rightful owner unlocks it.
Optional built-in mobile broadband wireless cards allow you to stay connected to the Internet even when you’re away from a Wi-Fi connection. Dell offers your choice of either a Dell Wireless 5600 EV-DO Rev A mobile broadband mini-card or a Dell Wireless 5530 HSPA 7.2 mobile broadband mini-card based on your wireless provider.
The Studio 14z also comes withÂ Dell Remote Access; the optional premium version of which allows people to access content via their home network of personal computing devices including desktops, laptops, ultra-mobile devices, smart phones and web cameras.
Battery life from the Dell Inspiron 14zâ€™s six-cell/44Wh unit is about middle-of-the-road, and frankly we were hoping for better. When comparing to older Ultrabooks on the site, do keep in mind that our new battery test is more demanding, and would equate to over five hours by our old measurements. Still, just over four hours is not impressive by any standard.
The graphics are excellent and I really love the island-style keyboard even though there is no back lighting Like any other laptop, you can change the touch pad settings and sensitivity so the touch pad is no biggie. It doesn’t heat up like those hp laptops which burn your thighs. In fact, this laptop keeps pretty cool. Of course, this depends on what programs you’re running. I usually only use this pc to surf the net, do assignments, watch videos and stuff like that. Once I tried to run XCOM and it heated up really fast. So, yeah, for all those gamers out there, this is most definitely not for you. I hope this review helped
Before, the popular set of tools, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, was available only on Windows phones, which have captured a sliver of the smartphone market.Â But many Apple users may not even be able to use it due to the following conditions. The feature is available free in Apple’s App Store for subscribers to Office 365Â only, and only iPhone owners can use it. Too bad for folks with iPads.
The cloud integration for today’s connected devices is present, with the apps pulling in docs from SkyDrive and SharePoint, and once those files are on your device, Microsoft promises that they’ll “look great on your phone, thanks to support for charts, animations, SmartArt Graphics, and shapes.”
The files will sync with Microsoft’s SkyDrive Web storage service, and has features like “Resume Reading” (directs users to the point in the document last viewed in Word on a computer) and the “Recent” key (takes users to the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps they most recently worked on from another device).
“When we launched Office 365 earlier this year, we committed to delivering regular updates and new capabilities to Office 365 subscribers,Â Office Mobile for iPhone is another great example of the value of subscribing to Office 365.”
The announcement comes just days after Apple announced that its own iWork productivity suite will for the first time work with Windows systems.
The Microsoft announcement serves as a counter, allowing the same kind of back-and-forth for the larger number of users who are already familiar with Office, considered by many the gold standard of productivity software.
There is no similar version of Office optimized for the iPad, which has its own more fully developed Web browser.Â Microsoft isn’t sharing any information about a version of the new apps for iPad just yet, nor whether it will make a version available for Android any time soon.
But for now, if you’ve got any Apple handset more recent than an iPhone 4 or iPod Touch (5G) with iOS 6.1 or above, you can pick up the apps freeÂ via the App Store.
After a chain of successful achievements in the mid budget range category, Micromax is all set to take on the biggies in the industry. New reports have claimed that the manufacturer is ready to gear up for the launch of its latest innovation, A120 Canvas Pro HD. A month ago the company had released A115 Canvas 3D and it is planning to set a new benchmark in the industry. After the launch, market is expecting the Micromax Canvas Pro HD A120 price in India to go above Rs 18,000.
The rumored specs denote that the Canvas Pro HD A120 will come with some exceptional specifications, which will challenge the high end devices from top brands.
The phone is expected to sport 5.5 inch full HD display, providing 1920 x 1080 pixels of screen resolution. The front of the phone will be protected with a powerful Gorilla glass.
It will be a Dual Sim / Dual Stand by handset. This gives an ease of switching the network without changing the sim card.
Canvas Pro HD A120 is expected run on Googleâ€™s latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS.
The company is looking forward to keep the 2 GHz Quad core Cortex A7 processor with 2 GB RAM to perform at par with the top smart phones in the market. This processor will be supported by PowerVR Series 5XT GPU card to showcase the best graphics in the phone.
This phone is also expected to come with primary camera of 13 Mega pixels. Also, dual LED flash with auto focus is fixed with the camera to optimize the image quality. Users will also have a video calling feature through its secondary front facing sensor of 3.3 Mega pixels.
This phone will be powered by huge 3,000 mAh battery with latest data connectivity tools like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G and micro USB slot.
Last but not the least, the handset might have limited on board storage of 8 GB. However, users can always extend its memory up to 64 GB via expansion slot.
It is monster of device at a very affordable price. The features mentioned above seem concrete but the company is yet to confirm this officially. So guys, hold on to your excitement as the Micromax Canvas Pro HD A120 price in India will surpass your expectations when it will launch.
Ajay Sharma is expert in handset reviews. He has researched well to find out the Micromax Canvas Pro HD A120 price in India, for his readers and has made an attempt to provide all the necessary information.
Nokia launched its new version handset, Nokia Lumia 928 on May 16th, 2013 and is first promoted in the U.S with Verizon and T â€“ mobile. Â The handset has been launched to specially satisfy their Verizon customers and offers exclusive wireless service on the network. However, Nokia has not yet made any official announcement to release the handset in India, which has disappointed the Indian Lumia lovers. The launch price of this handset is highly speculated. The initial Nokia Lumia 928 Price in India is expected to be high as compared to its previous version, Lumia 920.
Letâ€™s check the reason for its high price and its features.
The shape of this handset is quite different than others. Unlike the rest of the Lumia family members, this mobile phone has a unique retro design.Â All the sides of the handset are flat and have sharp edges.Â The back of the phone is shown slightly up at its outer edge but that flatten towards the middle.
The device is reasonably heavy and thick that is covered with Gorilla Glass in the front and glossy plastic surface on the back. It weighs 162 grams with dimensions of 133 x 68.9 x 10.1 mm.
It comes with 4.5 inch AMOLED HD Display, which gives an amazing resolution of 768 x 1280 pixels. The pixel density is 332 ppi that delivers crystal clarity on screen. Though the color appears to be over saturated, but its high quality brightness and outstanding contrast makes up for it.
On the front, the company has given the usual touch sensitive controls options to go to Home, menu and search screen and 1.2 megapixel front facing camera on top.
It has 8.1 Mega pixel cameras on the back of the phone, which is powered by Nokiaâ€™s latest Pureview Technology and Image Optical Stabilization. This high range camera gives a photo resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels, which is no less than an expensive digital SLR. In addition, it has Carl Zeiss lens and Xenon Flash that makes the picture quality even better irrespective of the light conditions.
If you are interested in video chats or recording your own videos, this phone is ideal as it comes with 1.2 mega pixels front facing camera with ability to record HD videos.
To make your photography experience more delightful, Nokia has also added features like Auto & Manual exposure, automatic blur reduction, Geotagging and auto upload.
Sound & Music
The phone has not only taken care of your photography needs, but also about your music likings. It is stuffed with high amplitude microphones that enhance your audio quality and record distortion free high end audio files.
Lumia 928 comes with 1.5 Ghz dual core QualcommÂ SnapDragon Processor with 1024 MB RAM which enhances the overall processing speed of the device.
Battery life in this phone is quite impressive, as it can last up to 11 hours of talk time along with the medium and high use of other applications.
Looking at some of the best features of this device, it seems that Nokia Lumia 928 price in India will be slightly high. So, be prepared to save money to buy it.
Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy S4 and will finally hit the Indian market on April 25. Samsung introduces its new venture galaxy S4 with exynos octacore processor 1.6GHz or qualcomm quad processor 1.9 GHz. It is astonishing that in S4 the company gives choice in processors. S4 handset is loaded with 2GB RAM and 16/32/64 GB ROM. It is pretty good to have 2 GB RAM because it makes oneâ€™s Android experience smoother. The incredible Samsung Galaxy S4 specswill definitely give a tough competition to its competitors.
Media facilities provided in this device by the company are outstanding. The handset is loaded with 13 MP rear camera which makes snaps very clear and also has 2 MP front camera which provides good visual quality for video calls. Moreover the screen size is 5 inches with 1080p HD resolution with pixel density of 441 pixels per inch. The screen is Super AMOLED which makes better user interface and gives a joyous experience to the user. The operating system of S4 is the latest Android 4.2 JellyBean (JB) and the phone has a touchwiz user interface owned by Samsung. It is a better computer pointing technology based on haptics (touch).
The handset has PenTile technology for the screen which is the patented technology of Samsung. The PenTile technology consumes less power which helps to improve the battery life of device. Moreover the thickness of handset is 7.9mm which makes it a little bit heavy but the weight of the device is 130 grams which is not so heavy compared to its competitors. It has some charismatic features such as gesture control and eyetracking. The eye tracking is the most noticeable feature of the device as it makes the device easy to use. This device is having special translation suite which helps the user to get in touch with different languages. The camera features are dual shot and dual recording, drama shot, panorama mode and video recording. This device supports 4G networks (HSPA+) in selected countries. The battery of this device is of 2600mAh. The device has different sensors such as accelerometer, gyrometer, proximity, compass etc. The GPU of this device is PowerVR SGX 544MP3 which helps easy video encoding and decoding. Â The device works on micro sim and also has a microUSB port v2.0 and supports Bluetooth (v4.0). This handset has loudspeaker intensity of 70dB, noise intensity 66dB.
Considering the extra ordinary Samsung Galaxy S4 specs and its overall utility, there cannot be a different opinion about its high quality and there is no surprise people waiting for its commercial launch.