The iPhone X is one of the most exciting phones released this decade – but not because it offers anything particularly innovative or new. It’s exciting because it’s the most radical redesign of an iPhone yet, tying together a number of key trends in the industry and adding in a level of polish that will attract legions of Apple fans to upgrade, and spend another couple of years in the iCycle. But this change doesn’t come cheap, and nor will it appeal to those who enjoy a degree of continuity in their upgrades. This is a new way of interacting with your iPhone, a way that allows you to enjoy more of iOS at any one time, and alters the way you use apps with the increased screen size. Update: The iPhone X is capable of fast charging - but you'll need to buy a special cable. We've also added in some thoughts about the 'lip' and how it affects the use of apps. Right, let’s get down to the new stuff, and when you pull this phone out on the train you can
Samsung has recently launched Galaxy Note 8 with supports dual rear camera setup and it looks like the company is working on its second Smartphone with dual cameras. The all-new Samsung Galaxy J7 is the second mobile from Samsung featuring the dual real camera setups. It has been launched in Thailand and the sell will start from 18th September 2017. The price of the phone is 12,900 TBH and almost around 25,00 INR. This device has single SIM support. If you compare J7+ with its previous version J7, you will find out many new features. This fully metal body designed device supports 5.5 inch Full HD (1080 x 1920 pixels) super AMOLED display. Another feature of this device is it enables buyers to get a quick display without waking up. The Galaxy J7+ is powered by MediaTek Helio P20 octa-core processor with 4 GB RAM & 32 GB internal storage powers this phone. It supports up to 256 GB expandable microSD card. The main feature of this device is a dual-camera setup, one is 13 megapixel primary cameras with f 1.7 apertures and another
Lets Have a look for Specifications - Camera - 8 Mega Pixel Flash - Yes Front Camera - 5 Mega Pixel Software - Operating System - Android 4.4 Skin - Sense 6.0 HTC is well known name in the Cell phone market worldwide, Indian users also prefer to use HTC phones. Here presenting review of all HTC phones. I have used HTC Desire 620 G. Initial price of this headset was 16000 in 2014-15 but now you can buy at 8-9 thousands easily anywhere. According to my experience with HTC, its very good phone in this price range. Picture Quality is good. Battery Backup is Fine. Phone’s outer look is good. Memory is enough for normal user like me. One Major Drawback you can face is It does not support 4G and you can easily buy 4G supported phones at same Price or less. Today most companies are offering 4G plans to their users so it is not a wise decision to buy this phone if you are planning to buy for Jio. Better to look for other options.