Google Camera app on the Pixel smartphones has gained accolades from users as well as critics for its performance. The app which uses a high-end software to process photos, especially scores when it comes to high dynamic range photos thanks to its HDR+ mode. Now, an Ukrainian app developer who goes by name B-S-G, has found a way to transfer that software to any device powered by Snapdragon 820,821 or 835 processor. Continue reading “Modified Google Camera app brings HDR+ feature to Snapdragon 820, 821, 835 phones”
Softbank has announced two new Star Wars smartphone just in time for the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The phones are made by Sharp and come in both Dark and Light side editions. Continue reading “Sharp made Star Wars phone with 5.3-inch 1080p IGZO display, Snapdragon 820 announced”
The LG V10 was probably one of the closest competitors to the Samsung Galaxy Note5 as well as the S6 edge+. The Note5 wasn’t made available in every region but at least the S6 edge+ was there to take its place in such regions. The V10 on the other hand too had limited availability but none to take its place. However, this time around, LG seems to be betting hard on the V20 especially since the V10 was received well and the fact that Samsung is still sorting out the battery issues with the Note7. Let’s compare both the devices to see which beats the other at least on paper.
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The LG G4 was a pretty good smartphone but LG decided to bring the V10 out and that put the G4 in the shadows. This time around as well, they’ve released the V20 after the G5. Let’s take a look at the specifications in detail to see whether or not the V20 will cast a shadow on the G5.
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LG has just announced the successor to the V10 which was one of the best smartphones from last year. It also included a couple of industry firsts such as the secondary ticker display, manual video recording etc. So let us take a look at what the V20 brings to the table this time around.
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Earlier this month, LeEco announced their Le Max 2 smartphone which officially became the first smartphone to be announced in India with 6GB of RAM. The OnePlus 3 follows hot on its heels with 6GB of RAM as well. However, OnePlus will get the first mover advantage since the device will be available starting from 15th June onwards while the LeMax 2 will be available from 28th June only.
Continue reading “OnePlus 3 vs LeEco Le Max 2 — What’s Different”
These two devices are flagship products from their respective companies. They share a lot in common but also differ in a lot of important ways and as a result becomes difficult to track and decide which one is the ideal choice for you. We’ve compiled a list of specifications for both the devices to make that decision much easier for you.
Continue reading “OnePlus 3 vs Xiaomi Mi 5 — What’s Different”
Another year and we have another new flagship from OnePlus. The third generation however seems to have gotten a big makeover in terms of design as well as specifications. Let’s compare the specifications of the smartphones in detail to see what has changed and what has remained the same if anything.
Continue reading “OnePlus 3 vs OnePlus 2 — What’s Different”
The ZTE Nubia X8 has appeared on several leaks in the past but the latest leak showcases its powerful hardware. The device will have 3 different variants apparently, the most powerful of which will pack 6GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 823 SoC.
Continue reading “ZTE Nubia X8 shows off its processing muscle — Packs a Snapdragon 823 SoC and 6GB RAM”
The ZTE Axon series were a set of phones that showcased the company’s ability to make high end flagship smartphones that can give most companies a run for their money. Now, a new benchmark on GFXBench has revealed a handset with the model number of A2017 which is likely to the the next gen Axon smartphone.
Continue reading “ZTE Axon 2 in the works — Benchmark reveals Snapdragon 820 and 4GB RAM”
This year at MWC, we saw LG and Samsung go head to head with their new flagships, the G5 and Galaxy S7/S7 Edge respectively. One of the many things that the handsets have in common is that they will be having a Snapdragon 820 variant. However, it seems that while Samsung will be offering a similarly high end Exynos 8890 chipset in other regions, LG will opt for a lower end processor to power its flagship instead.
Continue reading “LG G5 will not be powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor in Latin America”
Check out the new FoneArena Daily video that gives you a quick roundup of today’s technology news.
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The upcoming flagship from LG is now receiving a lot of limelight. After revealing that the G5 will have an “Always On” display in a teaser, a new listing on Geekbench confirms the fact that the smartphone will have 4GB of RAM and will be powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor.
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The Xiaomi Mi 5 is the next generation flagship from Xiaomi and it will be announced later this month as confirmed by Hugo Barra. Now, a back panel has been leaked and sources say that it belong to the Mi 5.
Continue reading “Alleged glass back panel of Xiaomi Mi 5 appears online”
Eldar Murtazin of MobileReview fame is or was a rockstar in the blogging world who is famous for having leaked several high profile devices and news way before they actually happened. Now, he claims that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 will be capable of offering 17 hours of video playback at 100% brightness.
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