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The Asian copies surpasses itself with Goophone i5s, so to speak, is exactly like iPhone 5. At least on the outside.
You like Apple's design, but you cannot stand the IOS? Or maybe you do not like the price tag for Apple phones?
Goophone i5s are the closest thing to an iPhone 5, except that it runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
Of course it comes with visual softare that allows iOS experience is never far away, even though you probably will have trouble signing in to both the App Store and iTunes.
But are you one of those who confine you Play Google and Spotify, it should not be a big problem.
Not as powerful
Unfortunately, not Goophone i5s equally well in all areas, especially when it comes to hardware. On the inside of the copy is there a dual core processor at 1 GHz, 512 MB flash memory and the screen offers no more than 854 x 480 pixels - so do not expect any retinal experience.
Camera on the back has five megapixels, while the front has 1.3. The price tag is $ 149.
The video below demonstrates how similar Goophone i5s is to the genuine Apple iPhone:
Even before the Mobile World Congress officially launched it, HP has announced a new tablet. Earlier this month there were already rumours that HP would come with Android tablets and the first model is therefore presented.
The tablet market is not new to HP. The company tried in 2011 with the webOS operating system and the introduction of the TouchPad. This failed sadly and put HP webOS therefore within not too long already on the side. The past year focused mainly on HP Windows 8 and introduced a number of (hybrid) Windows 8 tablets, including the HP Envy x2.
The HP Slate 7 is the first model in the Android lineup of this manufacturer. HP has namely been shown not to let this tablet and the next time more tablets in both low-end and mid-end and the high-end segment will launch.
The HP Slate 7 is one of the low-end models, something that we look back at the specifications and the price of 169 U.S. dollars. The tablet features a 7 inch FFS + LCD display with a resolution of 1024 by 600 pixels, a 1.6Ghz dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage memory, a microSD card reader, 802.11 b / g / n Wi-Fi , Bluetooth 2.1, a microUSB port, a VGA camera on the front and a 3 megapixel camera on the back. In terms of software, the tablet runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Pictures of what it claims is the ZTE Blade 3 has begun circulating online.
Cheap Android Blade became very popular when it was released. Chinese ZTE managed to pack a lot of performance at an attractive price, and says the man managed to sell 140,000 units of the first Blade only here in the North.
The sequel Blade 2 was shown to the UK technology press in the spring. But even now, there has emerged pictures of what is claimed to be the new Blade 3.
Engadget writes that may involve a play with a 4-inch TFT display (800 x 480 pixels), a 1GHz's Snapdragon CPU MSM7227A processor and main camera of 5 megapixels. The software in the phone is said to be Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
If these details are correct, not much has changed hardware wise if you compare Blade 2. The large differences in comparison to Blade 2 is the screen of 4 inches, ICS and the design itself: Blade 3 looks to have a much more rounded shape than the somewhat blocky Blade 2 has.
But sure would be nice with a cheaper Android with 4-inch screen?
There are actually quite complete and very good torrent client for Android. Ttorrent is one of them, and it works really well.
The phones have high resolution screens and powerful processors, today it is no problem to watch movies and TV shows directly on your mobile. This can be done in lots of ways in which it is perhaps most common is that you transfer files from your computer. But there is a way for the torrent damaged generation as well. There is fully functional and complete torrent client for Android. Ttorrent Pro is one that allows you not only download files from different web sites or for that matter deal with already downloaded torrent files, plus you can namely search directly from within the client on some torrent sites like Pirate Bay. Interface is very simple and press the magnifying glass and search for something you will get results with the file name and how many awarding the file you want to download. Then choose to download it and can choose where on the phone to save it. Speed of course depends on your network and how many parts the file and where they are, but popular files are going really fast to download and even if you usually do not reach the same speeds as on a computer, it's very easy to download directly to your phone. Certainly there is a lot of illegal material while searching, but sensible use we've found is to download rommar for the phone which is distributed via torrent files. This will give you the file directly into the phone and you do not transfer from your computer. But of course there are also a lot of legitimate videos and materials that you can enjoy without breaking any laws.
Tomorrow (Thursday) Gameloft is launching a brand new game in the category of playful and colourful. The Shark Dash who enrol in the games developers port foil and takes its place next to titles like Asphalt, Ice Age Village, Backstab, and more.
On Thursday it was time to venture into a new colourful adventure game set in a tub, and children are allowed. The shark Sharkee, who with their sharp teeth gum will rescue his girlfriend Sally from mischievous bad guy. Inspired by other classic iOS games to get you over obstacles, use items and more to reach your goal.
"Sharkee and his merry gang of toy sharks lived quite happily in his bathtub. Until a high mischievous ducks showed up and ruined everything. When the ducks kidnaps Sally, Sharkees girlfriend, get Sharkee and his friends do! Embark on a wild ride in the tricky bathtubs around the world, save Sally and get rid of the stupid rules! "
Pebble Smart Watch works with both IOS and Android Pebble Smart Watch is the first smart clock that works with both Android and IOS.
The trend towards smaller devices continues, and the clever bells are starting to pop up here and there. They are not true followers of the smart phones yet, but rather associate. Even so with Pebble Smart Watch, a smart watch that works both with Android and IOS and supporting apps. Pebbles clever clock has an e-paper display, which unfortunately is black and white, but in return has a battery life of about seven days. There are four buttons to navigate with, built-in accelerometer, vibration motor and Bluetooth 2.1. With the Bluetooth connection, you can install apps to watch from your smart phone, such training app using GPS: a cell phone or new clock visibility. Pebble Smart Watch released in four colours, red, white, black, and a fourth colour that you can participate and vote about. The smart clock are sold via Kick-offs, where the project has already exceeded the 100 000 dollars it took to produce. The clock costs $ 99 to pre-book, plus $ 15 to send internationally from the USA. The price tag jumps up $ 149 at Pebble Smart Watch will hit the stores, so hurry up to the project Kick Starter Page if you are interested.