What You Want to have Samsung Gear VR good. When Samsung Gear VR headset their debut almost a year ago, the company made it clear the device is not ready for the public. They are just to complete a number of mobile phones – are designed only for the original Note 4; the second for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge – and the price is quite expensive at $ 200 per headset. Just a few weeks ago, however, the company released the first-ever consumer-ready of the Gear VR nice. Smaller, lighter, cheaper (only $ 99) and is compatible with more mobile phones (Notes 5, S6, S6 and S6 Edge Edge +) is for a specific device. However, what is more important, the library contents has exploded, even VR applications and games than ever before. Virtual reality finally gone mainstream, with no better way to start than with newer Gear VR.
Samsung Gear VR is the first enterprise virtual reality headset designed with modifications to the everyday consumer. Starting at $ 99 and compatible Samsung mobile phones, you can explore the incredible experience that you need to watch movies and play games 360 degree super special immersive. Yes, It only works with a number of phones, but now, there is no better choice if you want to give Gear VR try. If you want to buy Gear RV, with Coupon cheaper price you can try to check in OZCodes Please .
Samsung company never made a pretense that the Gear VR will be small and portable – and it’s always a rather large headset that looks like you have a giant pair of ski goggles tied up in your face. Each iteration of the Gear VR has been milder than the last, and the consumer-ready version of the new emerging no exception. Samsung said it is about 19 percent lighter, and I can definitely feel it. From the previous model had a thick white plastic strap around the head while the model currently exists. This not only reduces the overall weight of the headset, but it could make it much more complicated to put on. When you do is strap headset to your head with some elasticized Velcro strap – and one in the back of your head and the other around the top – and you’re ready to go. At the top rope is technically optional, but I like having it for a more secure fit in use. Soft foam padding on around the eyes and the nose bridge would make a very comfortable fit (my discomfort comes from nausea not; more on that later).
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By launching one of the best Flagship Smartphone in the world, i-e the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Note 5, Samsung proves to be the market leader in 2015. Now some of the rumors are suggesting that Samsung is working on their new Flagship phone which is Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The leaks from Taiwanese sources tells that the new processor which will power their upcoming Flagship is something out of this world, very powerful, very efficient and very stable. So lets take a tour of the leaks and rumors surrounding the Samsung’s upcoming Flagship “the Galaxy S7”.
Samsung Galaxy S7 will be powered by their own upcoming processor called the Exynos M1(Mongoose), the diiference is that this processor will use Samsung’s own custom cores rather than ARM Cortex cores, which makes it more powerful and efficient than Exynos 7420. Chinese sources leaked an image showing the scores of the processor on Geekbench Benchmark, the scores are 2136(Single Core) and 7497(Multi Core), even when the processor is in power saving mode scores better than the present Exynos 7420 Chip. The Exynos M1 chip will compete with the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Chip and the Mediatek Helio X20 Chip, which are also very powerful as per the Rumors. Some rumors also tells that Samsung is testing Snapdragon 820 processor for their upcoming Flagship S7, but according to us they will launch two version one with Exynos M1(64 bit) and the other with Snapdragon 820(64 bit), as seen on the Galaxy S5. There will be a 4GB LPDDR4 or even some sources says 6GB of RAM will present on the Galaxy S7.
According to leaks the Edge design will continue in future, and is expected to be seen on Galaxy S7 Edge and the S7 Edge Plus. The Edge technology will bring more toughness and more features which can be used in Gaming and in other entertaining multimedia.
On the Display section there will be a Super Amoled panel of 5.1(inch) with a resolution of 4K (3840 X 2160 pixels) as seen on the world’s first 4k phone Sony Xperia Z5 Premium. The bezels will become more slimmer and the screen to body ratio becomes slightly better than at present. Samsung’s Amoled Displays are famous for their Saturation levels and outdoor visibility, on their Flagship device they will improve it and make it more crisp and tougher. Rumors also tells that Samsung will bring more tougher Glass on the Galaxy S7, even tougher than the Corning Gorilla Glass 4 for safety purpose.
Waterproof technology is also expected as before seen on the Galaxy S5. Fingerprint Sensor sticks on the same place but becomes more accurate than before.
Leaks tells that Samsung will use a 20MP Sensor with ISOCELL technology on the Galaxy S7, but recent leaks show that they will use a 12MP sensor with a diagonal ½ size pixel, which slightly lowers the resolution but improves the low light performance, the traditional Heart rate sensor will remain on the Flash Module.
The galaxy S7 will come with Android Marshmallow pre-installed and a new Touchwiz UI which improves the performance and lowers the Bloatware level. On the Galaxy S7, the design statement remains the same with Metal-Glass design as seen on S6 but they will make it more lighter than S6 by using a Metal alloy frame which will me more tougher and lighter In weight. The Infrared Blaster will also be available on Galaxy S7 as it will absent on the Note 5, which helps to operate different appliances like Televisions, Air conditioners, etc. The phone will be made available in following memory options-32GB/64GB/128GB internal memory and the expected release date is January-February 2016. For more tech related updates stay tuned to us.
Surface Phone – August
Rumours have been circulating, mainly coming from Windows Central, that Microsoft is working on a Surface-branded phone running Windows 10. The new handset has now been placed under the development of Panos Panay, now in charge of the Devices Division at Microsoft, and is completely separate from previous work done by Nokia on such hardware.
With the success of the Surface Pro 4 and the allure of the Surface Book (yet to be released in the UK), such a phone could easily be the most exciting handset of the year, and not just because it would be something truly new. Rumours point to an Intel-designed chipset along with the usual magnesium alloy chassis. There’s little more to say at present except I’m, very excited about the idea of this handset.
LG G5 – March/April
Yes, it’s another Android heavyweight and the only phone here to have a plastic-bodied predecessor in the form of the LG G4 (though you could get a stylish cowhide rear panel). With everyone else moving to metal will LG follow suit? It would certainly be odd to be the last plastic flagship around but if the design is right LG might get away with it.
Again rumours point to a move to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, though if everyone listed here switches to it, you might find a shortage of handsets to go around, so order early. It’s an attractive proposition with big increases in performance and battery life. The camera doesn’t need any extra work from the LG G4, with its optical stabilisation and laser autofocus. Not a lot to go on here, admittedly.
Apple iPhone 6C/7C – March or September
Rumours keep popping up that Apple plans to launch a smaller handset to complement its flagship range, with a new handset set to replace the ageing. The reasons behind the launch are because a lot of customers are, apparently, unhappy with the sizes of the top phones, with the iPhone 6C’s 4.7in screen considerably bigger than the 4in screen of the 5C. As we moved into 2016 more and more information has leaked out claiming that Apple is getting ready to launch a new plastic phone.
Recent rumours point at the phone coming out in March, as a separate launch away from the main event of the iPhone 7; although other rumours have suggested that the phone will not be launched until September. It looks as though we’ll have to wait a couple of months to find out which it will be. It should have a 4in screen with a resolution of 1,366×640, an A9 SoC and an 8-megapixel camera. It has been said that the phone will have a high-quality plastic body, just like the 5C had. The one real point of contention is, what will the name be, the 6C or 7C? I think that the answer will depend on when the phone is launched: if it’s March, it will be the 6C; if it’s alongside the iPhone 7 it will be the 7C. Keep up-to-date with our iPhone 6C/7C
Sony Xperia Z6 – September
This feels like a make-or-break year for Sony, with the company going to have to make a big impact with the Xperia Z6 if it wants to compete with the big boys. Sony has previously released flagship phones every six months; with the Z5 launching in September 2015, the Z6 should arrive around February or March time. However, the six-monthly cycle doesn’t work particularly well: by the time you buy one flagship Sony phone, the company has pretty much made it redundant with the launch of the next. For that reason, I think that there’s a good chance that Sony will wait for a full year before unveiling the Z6 in September 2016.
What will the company have in store for us? Well, a Snapdragon 820 CPU, Android Marshmallow and a pressure-sensitive screen all seem to be on the cards. I’ll bring you more details as they come, included updated release dates as more information starts to leak.
HTC One M10 – April
HTC will also be releasing a new Android flagship in the spring. Unlike the Galaxy S7 though, the new HTC handset is due a big design overhaul from the look-a-like One M8 and One M9 models. In fact, given the update, I’m not even sure the name M10 will be used. We were most impressed by the recent HTC One A9 and hope that some of that design is moved across to the new phone.
One thing that looks certain for the new phone is the inclusion of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, which should improve performance and battery life across the board. Other than that though it’s hard to know what to expect, the A9 used an AMOLED screen so I’m hoping for one here too, while a different approach to the camera is in order too, after the last two failed to impress.
Big screen and big battery, with a small price
- 5.5-inch, 1,280 x 720 screen
- Up to three-day battery life
- 13-megapixel camera with HDR
The Huawei Ascend G7 is awesome value for money. For starters, it’s a large-screened smartphone that costs less than £200, and we’d still recommend it if it retailed at twice that.
It makes use of a 5.5-inch, 1,280 x 720 display. While we wish it was a touch sharper, it’s bright and reproduces colours naturally. Build quality is excellent for the price. The G7’s rear is predominantly aluminium and it’s easy to hold too, despite its size, because it’s just 7.6mm thick. The main 13-megapixel sensor features HDR, which is a very welcome addition.
Under the hood is an unusual combination of an entry-level CPU and a good amount of RAM – the Snapdragon 410 and 2GB. While performance is solid, it’s not quite flawless. The 3,000mAh battery, however, is exceptional, and can keep the G7 powered for three days between charges.
Motorola’s latest Moto G improves the specs, but keeps the price low
- 5-inch, 720p display
- 13-megapixel camera
- microSD card slot
It may not be as cheap as its predecessors, but the Moto G 3 (2015) is still one of the best value phones you can buy. Unlike previous versions of the G, it’s now water resistant and you can customise it using Motorola’s Moto Maker service.
The 13-megapixel main camera represents a big step up from the 8-megapixel sensor of old, and performance is nice and slick, though bear in mind that the 16GB version features extra RAM. Its most underwhelming feature is actually the 5-inch, 720p screen, but it’s still decent enough.
Motorola’s upped its battery game too, with the G now capable of going for over a day and a half between charges. If you have a little less to spend, the Moto G 2 (2014) is still an excellent buy.