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  • Sony introduces Xperia Z1, a camera phone with add-on lenses

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Moto G review The best budget Android Phone

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Overview:

Moto G review The best budget Android Phone: Motorola’s back, and it’s kicking off its global smartphone revival with the keenly priced Moto G handset. A mid-range handset with a low-end price tag and Android KitKat – okay Moto, I’m listening.
First things first then, the Motorola Moto G price. You can pick the handset up in two storage sizes – 8GB and 16GB. The former will set you back just £135/$175 (Rs12,400), while the larger size is still a very palatable £159/$199(Rs14,000).
And here’s some more good news: both Vodafone and Tesco Mobile in the UK have got the phone on offer, coming at £100 (with a £10 top up) for the former, and £110 from the latter – man, that’s cheap for what you’re getting.
So where does this place the Moto G in the market? Well at that price it has the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Fame, Nokia Lumia 520 and LG Optimus L3 2 for company, but dive into the spec list and you’ll note the Moto G wipes the floor with them.
In terms of design the Moto G takes most of its cues from the firm’s first, post-Google takeover handset, the Moto X.
It’s hardly groundbreaking in terms of looks, but the soft, curved edges of the Moto G make it relatively attractive and the swath of plastic feels solid and well built.
Weighing in at 143g the Moto G has a pleasing, well balanced presence in the hand without being overbearing, and while it may measure 11.6mm thick in the middle the tapered edges make it feel thinner than it is.
Couple that with a rubberised rear plate which slightly hugs the side of the handset too, and the Moto G fits comfortably in the palm, providing a decent level of grip.
The Moto G features a water repellent coating which means you’ll be able to whip it out in the rain without fear of a short circuit, but it is not waterproof – so no jumping in the pool with it.

Quick Specs:

Screen: 720 x 1280 pixels, 4.5 inches (~326 ppi pixel density)
Speed: 1 GB RAM, Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7
Memory: 8/16 GB storage
Weight: 143 g
Expandable memory: No
Primary Camera: 5 MP, 2592х1944 pixels
Secondary Camera: 1.3 MP
Wifi: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot
3G: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G: No
Battery: 54 hr
OS: Android OS, v4.3 (Jelly Bean), upgradable to v4.4.2 (KitKat)
Review: Moto G review The best budget Android Phone

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Moto G review The best budget Android Phone March 6, 2014 Sahil Sahni

Moto’s Got Wood: Walnut, Teak, And Ebony Options Coming Jan. 21st, All Wood Options Now $25

Motorola has just announced the much anticipated expansion of its wood finishes for the Moto X. The Walnut, Teak and Ebony versions of the device will be available on January 21st for an extra $25. If you’re more of a minimalist person, the bamboo version of the Moto X has been dropped to $25 starting today.

Moto X Wood
Moto X Ebony

Moto X Wood Options

The Bamboo option debuted a few weeks ago at $100, so the price drop to $25 might annoy those who dropped the cash already. Still, Moto says it wants wood finishes to be affordable for everyone. Motorola is handing out $75 credits to those who bought the bamboo at full price, but the coupons are only good on accessory orders of $75 or more (not including the Chromecast).
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You can get the bamboo now, or wait on the other versions next week. It’s all the same price, so go with your gut.

Moto’s Got Wood: Walnut, Teak, And Ebony Options Coming Jan. 21st, All Wood Options Now $25 January 18, 2014 Sahil Sahni

Google Nexus 5 review

Google Nexus 5 review

 

Overview:

Google Nexus 5 review : The new Nexus 5 manages to offer a huge step up in power while maintaining a brilliantly low price tag. The Google Nexus 5 is a phone that’s the product of constant evolution, companies one-upping each other as they try to prove they can make the best Nexus. The Nexus One was HTC’s only shot at the title, with Samsung making two more then LG getting the nod for the most recent edition, the Nexus 4.

Quick Specs:

Screen: 1080 x 1920 pixels, 4.95 inches (~445 ppi pixel density)
Speed: 2 GB RAM, Quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait 400
Memory: 16/32/64 GB storage
Weight: 130 g
Expandable memory:  No
Primary Camera: 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels
Secondary Camera: 1.3 MP
Wifi: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi hotspot
3G: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100
4G: LTE 800 / 850 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600
Battery: 16 hr
OS: Android OS, v4.4 (KitKat)
Review: Google Nexus 5 review

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Google Nexus 5 review November 2, 2013 Sahil Sahni

Sony introduces Xperia Z1, a camera phone with add-on lenses

Sony introduces Xperia Z1

Sony Mobile on Wednesday introduced the Xperia Z1, a waterproof smartphone that sports a massive 20.7- megapixel camera and combines the best of Sony’s technology, entertainment and wide range of companion products. “Xperia Z1 represents a significant milestone for Sony in our continued efforts to deliver unforgettable experiences to our consumers,” said Kunimasa Suzuki, president and CEO, Sony Mobile Communications.

The 5” Xperia Z1 is the latest addition to Sony’s premium Z series of products. It sports a 20.7- megapixel camera with the company’s ‘G Lens’, a 27mm wide angle and bright F2.0 aperture with a custom made large 1/2.3-type CMOS image sensor, Exmor RS for mobile and a BIONZ for mobile image processing engine.

Powering the phone are a Qualcomm Snapdragon™800 quad-core 2.2 Ghz processor and a 3000 mAh battery, 4G LTE along with 2 GB RAM, flash memory up to 16 GB, and an expansion slot microSD card, up to 64 GB.

In the entertainment section, Xperia Z1 integrates PlayMemories Online (subject to market availability), a cloud-based image and video service that is integrated into the Album application. A new ‘All Sync’ feature enables users to instantly auto-upload all of their photos without storage limitation.

Sony CEO Kaz Hirai at a press conference in Berlin spoke about the features of the Xperia Z1.

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Here are some of the highlights from the Sony IFA 2013 press conference:

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Sony introduces Xperia Z1, a camera phone with add-on lenses September 7, 2013 Sahil Sahni

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review by Tech Geek

Samsung is giving its latest Galaxy Note smartphone a stylish makeover.

The Galaxy Note 3, unveiled Wednesday, has a soft, leather-like back. It feels like you’re holding a fancy leather-bound journal. Grooves on the side of the big-screen phone make it easier to grip.But I found the new phone to be complicated to use. There’s too much going on. Between Scrapbook, My Magazine, Air Command and dozens of other functions, it might take even the most experienced smartphone user several hours to figure out.
I tested out the Note 3 for about 45 minutes Wednesday at a Samsung press event in a New York hotel. The company also unveiled its next tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1, which is basically an extra-large version of the Galaxy phone, but without the cellular service. The phone and its pen were both tied down to a table with a security device, so I was hampered testing it out. A colleague spent several minutes with the tablet and was likewise hampered.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review

But I saw enough of the Note 3 to at least like its look and feel.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review by Tech Geek September 7, 2013 Sahil Sahni
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