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February 20, 2013

HTC One Smartphone Comes with All-metal Body, a Snazzy Camera, Improved Audio and Other Powerful Features

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HTC Corp. on Tuesday unveiled its latest smart phone – the HTC One, an Android device that comes with all-metal body, snazzy camera, improved audio, impressive UI and other powerful features. Frankly speaking, this year will be a critical one for HTC, which needs to prove that it can still compete in the increasingly duopolistic market and compete with the best smartphone offerings from Apple, lG, Nokia and Samsung. HTC hopes to change that reality with the new flagship HTC One which will be available soon.

All-metal Body Design: HTC’s design and software teams did their jobs in creating an attractive, unique, and premium-feeling phone, taking Apple’s love for metal construction and taking it to the next logical progression.

Impressive Display: It features a dazzling 4.7-inch 1080p HD Gorilla Glass display. The result is a pixel-dense LCD panel that looks gorgeous and outclasses Apple’s Retina Display by a mile

Snazzy Camera: The HTC One camera is called the HTC UltraPixel Camera, it has an F2.0 aperture and 28mm lens, and can capture full 1080p video, We were told that the camera is capable of capturing 300% more light so that it works better in low-light conditions.

Improved Audio: The HTC One comes built with two front-facing stereo speakers, along with a dedicated amplifier and Beats Audio, from what I could tell, the phone could indeed have a better volume level than the typically terrible sound that most smartphones have.

High-performing Processor: The phone will ship with a quad-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, producing smooth and speedy running experience.

Snappy UI: Special emphasis was put on the new home screen interface, called HTC BlinkFeed, the BlinkFeed home page does look rather impressive: three large rectangular windows showed various graphic presentations of news, video, etc.

Operating System: The HTC One is not running the latest build of Android (4.2), but a version released earlier in 2012 (4.1). However it is good enough for common usage.

Long Battery: It is powered by a 2300 mAh Li-Poly battery, which should be enough to get full-day use out of the phone.

Price and Availability: HTC expects to start selling the phone worldwide in March at more than 85 mobile operators. In the U.S., the list includes AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, but notably not Verizon Wireless, which recently launched HTC’s Droid DNA phone. Reportedly, prices will be $199.99 for the 32GB model and $299.99 for the 64GB model; however, that hasn’t been confirmed.

With its One X, HTC made one of the finest smartphones of 2012. Unfortunately, the device’s limited availability and lackluster marketing kept it from achieving mainstream success — particularly next to near-ubiquitous competitors like Samsung’s Galaxy S III. Now is HTC on the right path to success with the forthcoming HTC One? We will pay a great attention when the phone actually goes on the market.

April 25, 2011

Apple CEO Timothy D. Cook: iPhone 5 Does Not Support LTE Technology

According to Medias, during the analysts teleconference this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook had said that LTE technology (also be remarked as 4G technology) chipset asked for concessions on mobile phone design, but Apple would not accept some of these concessions. This means that the forthcoming iPhone 5 will not adopt LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology. Cook had ever indicated that the first-generation LTE technology chipset had forced mobile phone devices to make numerous concessions and some of them could not be accepted by us. Insiders point out that with the debut of iPhone 5 which will be released in September this Fall, it properly supports the current 3G technology. At the same time, it may also support AT&T as well as HSPA+ technology supported by part of operators all over the world.

What does it mean to Verizon? Verizon CFO Fran Shammo had made a statement that the next generation Apple iPhone can be said as global which can support both CDMA and GSM. Currently, the CDMA version iPhone 4 and iPad 2 take advantage of Qualcomm MDM6600 that is released long time ago. Rumors from market suggest that iPhone 5 will be similar to iPhone 4 in appearance and is the same with iPad 2 in A5 dual-core processor. In addition, Apple will also consider making iPhone 5 support Verizon CDMA 1X audio and EV-DO data.

Since iPhone 5 will not support LTE technology then what about iPhone 6? It is almost for sure that iPhone 6 is going to support LTE technology. Supposing that iPhone 6 will be released in 2012, what so Qualcomm have to do at present?

Back to February, Qualcomm made a demo of its latest chipset MDM9615 to the public. MDM9615 will support LTE technology, DC-HSPA+, EV-DO Rev-B and TD-SCDMA. It may be used with A6 processor cooperatively. MDM9615 chipset is going to be revealed by Qualcomm at the end of this year which offers Apple with plenty of time for iPhone 6 testing and producing.

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April 11, 2011

Windows 8 Possible Feature Predictions

Although Microsoft is still promoting the sale of Windows 7 desperately to consumers and enterprises, rumors about the next version of the operating system “Windows 8” called by public media have already started. Some websites and blogs suggest that the cloud services will be added and integration of biotechnology will be enhanced. The exact form of Windows 8 software is still remain uncertain, but has affirmed a few months ago that the next version of the operating system will support SoC (system-on-a-chip) architecture, especially ARM-based systems from partners such as Qualcomm, Nvidia and Texas Instructions.

Let’s take a look at the possible features of Windows 8 in the following:

1. Metro Interface

Signs indicate that the “Metro” design scheme Microsoft designed for mobile phone OS WP7 and Zune HD will become part of Windows 8 design. Metro explains the “Less is more” aesthetic concept in an unique way.

 2. Support Tablet PC

Microsoft has announced that the next version of Windows will support SoC (system-on-a-chip), in particular the ARM-based system which has dominated the leading role in mobile domain. In theory,, this will make tablet PC support possible.

 3. Microsoft Application Store

A website called Microsoft Magazine made a summary of the Windows 8 possible features based on the disclosed slide descriptions, “applications from Microsoft Application Store downloadable” is included.

 4. Completely Into Cloud

Microsoft has paid full attention on cloud technology so the next version of Windows will probably contain a more comprehensive integrated cloud function; separate setting between devices is included.

 5. Quick Start Up

According to the disclosed slides by Microsoft Magazine also suggested that the next version of Windows is going to start up in a super fast speed.

 6. Ribbon

Based on the recent blog posted on Rivera’, bloggers Rafael Rivera and Paul Thurrott introduced that the earlier version of Windows 8 explorer integrated the Ribbon interface of Office style. Library viewing, image processing and driver managing can be achieved with these apps.

 7. New Screenlock Interface

Rivera and Thurrott also found out a screenlock interface designed for Windows Phone 7 in an early time. Elements like time, date and power management icons are included.

 8. Bulit-in PDF Reader

According to the relevant Windows blog, Microsoft may integrate a PDF reader for Windows 8.

 9. Internet Explore Extension

An extended version of Internet Explorer has also been found by Rivera and Thurrott. It can make Windows 8 works in the way mobile devices do by taking advantage of Internet Explorer 9 renderer.

 10. Biometric Identification

HP has been trying hard to provide more biometric hardware and software for its consumption products and enterprise products (including fingerprint and facial recognition). Microsoft may try to make use of a more powerful biometric recognition to achieve Windows 8 login.

 11. Multi-touch Support

If Microsoft wants to make Windows 8 easier to use, it should provide more designs and functions center on multi-touch support (or other similar connectors).

 12. Historical Record Shelter

Rumor hinted that Microsoft will probably integrate a backup utility for Windows 8 which is similar to Time Machine on Apple Mac OS X.

March 28, 2011

Google Internally Testing Music Service: Google Music Coming Soon?

Google Music is a music service similar to Apple iTunes, through which users can receive the services of enjoying the legal copy of streaming media music and downloading music. Recently, there is source that Google is organizing the internal testing for this music service which indicates that Google will likely roll out this remarkable Google Music in the near future.

Google has made a demo for this music service in Google I/O meeting last year, but unfortunately it has not been officially released yet. Two weeks ago, XDA BBS developers accidentally discovered Google Music streaming media service when transplanting Honeycomb Android operating system. According to the people inside the industry, Google Music being found in XDA BBS is just an engineering version which is different from the official version that will eventually release.

Although it has been put into the internal testing which shows that Google Music release is able to achieve technically, the biggest problem Google could have faced is the lack of music content. Google has contacted with four big record companies one year ago, hoping that the release preparation can be done at the end of 2010. And in earlier this month, Google has ever planned to make a demo for this service in Texas SXSW music carnival. But due to the hard introducing of music content, it finally bogged down.

Google internal testing is certainly a good piece of news for the long-expecting users. Another piece of news said that Google new CEO Larry Page will send Google Music as a gift to the global users in the coming April. And it is quite possible for Google to launch Google Music in I/O developer conference in May.

February 21, 2011

iPad 2 Release Focused — New Powerful Features Supposed

Believe it or not, Apple iPad is the nightmare of other tablet computers. When the selling of iPad is on a roll, iPad 2 will be on the market soon. Before the iPad 2 official release, it has received hot discussions from iPad inclined and iPad technophiles. People are wild about the new features supposed to be added to iPad 2 and there are lots of assumptions although it is still covered with mists of uncertainty. Now let’s take a look at those assumptions.

What does iPad 2 look like?

Is iPad 2 resolution doubled?
According to the speculation of professionals, a relatively probable way is to double the screen resolution of iPad 2, from 1024 x 768 to 2048 x 1536. Although it is not in accordance with the requirement of “Retina” display screen, it is identical to the iPad product line.

New case exposes iPad 2 details
New case indicates that iPad 2 embraces with standard base connector. Seen from the back, the bottom of the left side is an integrated speaker and the top of the left side is a post camera whose left side is voice control button. Based on the previous report, iPad 2 will be equipped with built-in SD card slot but the definite position has not been confirmed.

iPad 2 supports CDMA network
The so-called “World iPad” refers to that it can support both GSM and CDMA networks. Analyst Brain Blair from Wedge Partners who draws words from HP channels claims that Apple is developing a kind of iPad that supports GSM and CDMA networks as well as bases on Qualcomm multimode CDMA-GSM chip.

Abundant connectors design
Since the debut of the first iPad, a lot of users complain that the USB connectors are not enough. Apple should consider adding another USB connector to iPad 2 even though it adheres to the simplification on product design, because except iPad the other tablet computers are with USB connectors.

iPad 2 with 2 cameras equipped
One of the greatest defect of the first generation iPad lies in that it is incapable of capturing static stills or shooting videos. The function is available within the peer devices including Motorola Xoom. According to the report, two cameras will be attached to iPad 2, one is on the front side and the other is on the back side.

iPad 2 supports flash
Web browsing is the most important feature of iPad on network application, and another vital factor is about flash. Safari browser embedded in iPad does not support flash that is the reason why we can not get some flash advertisements. It is still unclear whether iPad 2 supports flash.

iPad 2 supports FaceTime
Recently information about Apple’s brand-new iOS 4.3 can be reached on the internet. Through screenshot, it is predicted that iPad 2 is going to support FaceTime as well as running on the new iOS 4.3.

iPad 2 adopts dual core processor
Analyst Ashok Kumar from Rodman & Renshaw states that in the following March Apple will upgrade iPad product line and at the end of summer 2011 iPhone product line will be upgraded. An important part of upgrade this time will be 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 dual core processor.

iPad 2 carries with 128GB memory space
If it is equipped with 128 GB memory space, iPad 2 will become the most powerful competitor among laptops. Designed by Apple, MacBook and MacBook Air possess 250 GB memory space. If is obvious that Apple aims at improving the availability of iPad 2 by expanding its memory space.

Of course, not until the official release of iPad 2, the above are just rumors. Let’s wait and see what will iPad 2 look like in the following days.

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January 19, 2011

Can White iPhone 4 Be Far behind If the Day February 27, 2011 Comes?

It was reported from the American science and technology blogs Engadget and MacRumors that white iPhone 4 are found in inventory systems at Vodafone Germany and Best Buy. The system screenshots indicate that the scheduled in-stock date is fixed on Feb. 27, 2011.

In June 2011, Apple made a public announcement that white iPhone 4 would be lunched at the end of June. During the following months, the Antennagate came unexpectedly and the “manufacturing problems” turned up to be the shield of the white iPhone 4 delay. Although it is so difficult to get approach to white iPhone 4, the enthusiasm for white iPhone 4 soars.

The world-wide popular iPhone 4 is deserved to be called the most successful product in Apple history. It has advantages in both software platform and hardware configuration. Equipped with 3.5-inch 960×460 HR IPS touch screen and 363 PPI retina display technology, it provides the users with preeminent visual effect, no matter in network browsing or video appreciating. Besides, 720p HD video can be played with iPhone 4.

More and more people are inclined to enjoy videos downloaded from video sharing websites, take YouTube for an example, on iPhone 4 anytime anywhere. But the obstacle is that not all video formats are compatible with iPhone 4, you have to convert video to iPhone 4 compatible formats before you achieve video enjoyment on this marvelous iPhone 4. So an iPhone 4 video converter is in urgent need here and with which you can enjoy any videos on your iPhone 4. If white iPhone 4 hits stores as scheduled, just imagine that even seeing hot Hollywood movies on your white iPhone 4 turns out to be a piece of cake, what a wonderful and exciting experience!

When will the white iPhone 4 be available? I do believe that it is the same question we focus on. The greatest meaning about the advent of iPhone 4 does not lie in its magnificent appearance but in the mobile phone evolution process from simple means of communication to intelligent terminal. To a certain extent, the white iPhone 4 release is no more than a pleasant addition to iPhone 4. Black or white, it is just a matter of color.

Anyway, let’s just witness will white iPhone 4 be far behind if the day Feb. 27, 2011 comes. What you’d better to do now it to enjoy more on iPhone 4, whether it is black or white.

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