Sony Xperia Z1 bent!! Is Iphone 6 plus inspiring others?

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A bent observed in Sony Xperia Z1

Similer to iphone 6 plus

Yes!

now the bending problem is observed in smartphone of Sony too.

Now this arises a big question ?

With the advancement of technology in softwares, are the smartphones losing the reliability over the

Hardware?
The user  reported to go for shopping in the morning and when returned home

found his Sony Xperia Z1 in the Conditions as shown in pictures.

He claims his phone to be in his pocket the entire time!

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At last sony takes inspiration from iphone!

After So much criticism over iphone 6 plus bend problem

Lets see what response Sony has to this flaw!

phone user- Sparsh Jain

place Greater Noida, India

Contact num-+918802523723

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Whatsapp and more apps on Nokia asha 501 now available .

WhatsApp, one of the most popular messaging services is finally available for the Nokia Asha 501. The hotly anticipated app will be available to download, following the over-the-air software update, which will roll out this week.

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Nokia has also revamped the Fastlane UI on the Asha 501, which now comes with interactive alarm and improved privacy features on the lockscreen, allowing users to choose between a notification icon, and a full notification with details. Nokia has also added more services to show in notifications of the Fastlane, which include apps like Odnoklassniki, Sina Weibo, and Renren.
In addition, the software update for Nokia Asha 501 brings an API for VoIP, which would allow users to make calls over a data connection using any third party app. The company claims that the VoIP feature is currently available via Nimbuzz, and more apps will be added soon. The Asha 501 also features support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync after the update.
Nokia have something for it’s asha line up .

LG Nexus 5 is official, runs Android 4.4 KitKat

The leak storm is finally over, Google has just made the Nexus 5 official. The latest Nexus smartphone is manufactured by LG. It rocks a 4.95″ LCD display with 1080p resolution, which adds up to a pixel density of 445 ppi. The good news keeps on coming with the addition of Gorilla Glass 3 for enhanced screen protection.

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Inside the Nexus 5 is a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset with four Krait 400 cores and Adreno 330 GPU. It’s definitely not a slouch with 2GB of RAM and Android 4.4 KitKat at the driver’s seat.

In a traditional Google manner, internal storage options are either 16GB or 32GB with no microSD card slot to be found. Below the back cover sits a 2,300mAh battery, which isn’t exactly the largest we’ve seen on a 5″ smartphone. However, it does support wireless charging, which is cool.

At the back, there’s an 8MP with OIS and LED flash. The camera uses a 1/3.2″ sensor and an f/2.4 aperture. The camera module protrudes a bit from the rear casing with a LED flash below it. At the front, there’s a 1.3MP camera for video calling, too.

The LG Nexus 5 measures 137.84 x 69.17 x 8.59mm and weighs just 130g.

On the connectivity side, the LG Nexus 5 has it all – penta-band 3G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, A-GPS, NFC and even.

The Nexus 5 will be available in the US and Canada in North America, the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy in Europe, plus Australia, Japan and Korea (and coming soon to India).

The 16GB version of the Nexus 5 is priced at $349 / €349 / £300, while the 32GB versions are $400 /€400 / £340. Sales start tomorrow, November 1 from the Google Play Store. Other than the Play Store, you’ll be able to grab one from Sprint, T-Mobile, Amazon, Best Buy and RadioShack.

By the way, the Play Store will also sell accessories for the Nexus 5 – bumpers and QuickCovers.

Update: Boy, that was quick. The US Play Store is reporting that the 16GB Nexus 5s are sold out just a couple of hours after the launch. If you managed to snag one, it should ship by November 8.

Both 32GB versions (Black and White) are still available, but who knows how long this will last. Hopefully, the other retailers will have more units available

Samsung Galaxy grand gets a jelly bean 4.2.2 Update .

Samsung had announced that the upgrade cycle for its Galaxy Grand smartphone would officially end with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The last major update for the device is now seeding in Russia and the South Korean manufacturer is expected to roll out the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean ROM globally in the coming days.

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The latest update for the Samsung Galaxy Grand brings cool features such the lock screen widgets, advanced toggles menu, daydream screensaver, improved task switching and a few minor tweaks to enhance the overall user experience.
So if  you are in hurry to get the. Update check out the official site then (Do remind you that it involves flashing process so please continue with given instruction only )

Save your Gadgets from Burning This Summer!

Gadgets heating up is the most common problem everyone is facing today.

and if your device has metallic body then your device may offer serious troubles.

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But dont worry now you can save your device from hangs, heating up with just basic few steps~~

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                                *************************DO*****************************
Keep it dust-free~ Dust particles cause the device to heat up faster by clogging ventilation. Open up your device once in two months and clean up the interior with a clean cloth. Clean up the battery area, the back cover and the hidden corners. In a laptop, don’t block the cooling vents with anything.
 
Seek shade~ If you think it’s too hot to stand in the sun, it’s the same for your device. Direct sunlight heats up your device and can easily damage the components. So when you’re in the car and using the phone’s speakers, for example, don’t leave the phone in direct sunlight on the dashboard, keep it in a pocket instead.
 
Flush out the background apps~ Social networks and other apps constantly connect to the Internet to push notifications on your devices. These apps use RAM even when you are not around your phone. That in turn causes the phone to heat up. To keep your phone cool in summer, switch off the automated background tasks that your phone might be doing.
 
Disable battery hoggers~ Everything that drinks up the battery life of your device will cause it to overheat. That includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G and 4G connections. When not in use, switch them off. Get inside, in an air-conditioned space, and then use the phone’s battery-draining features.
 
Wait before you store~ Many a time, we hurriedly switch off the laptop or tablet and put it in the bag without waiting for it to cool. This traps the heat which the running laptop is generating in the padded cell instead of releasing it into the air. This small action hurts your battery life as well as your device. Be it a tablet or a laptop, make sure it’s shut down completely and is cool to touch before you pack it away.
 
Switch it off~ It might be a machine but it still needs rest. You don’t need your phone, tablet or laptop to be on while you are sleeping. Give it an hour’s rest or switch it off for the night. It reserves power and gives the circuits time to cool down.
 
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                                         *********************DON’t***********************
 
Leave it in the car~ A car parked in the sun without the air conditioning on is the easiest way to kill your smart device’s battery. The heat that collects in the oven-like, closed car can make your touch screen unresponsive, drain its battery and in extreme cases, even toast the battery. If there’s absolutely no choice, open the windows of the car 1mm so that the hot air inside can escape.
 
Hug it and sleep~ Your body generates heat. Enough heat to warm up your device. Don’t keep your phone stuck to your body all day long. It heats up the phone and it might not be too good for you either.
Keep it on your lap~The heat generated from a laptop can be really uncomfortable on your legs—and worse, with a laptop, your clothing might end up inadvertently blocking the vents, causing the device to heat up even more quickly. Instead, keep your devices on cool, flat surfaces like tabletops. Increase the gap between the table and the laptop with a coaster or two. This will ensure that your device gets fresh air on all sides while you play.
 
Use bulky protective cases~ Shockproof and waterproof cases may not be heatproof. They might save your phone or tablet from getting damaged but they act like overcoats in the summer for your phone. Leather, plastic prevent your phone from breathing, overheating it. For summers, get a cover in fabric that breathes.

 

We cant stop the device from heating up.

but we surely can prevent it from damage!

                     *********************COOL TREATS FOR YOUR DEVICE*********************

Foooit Air Duster~
Dust blocks the laptop’s fan vents, needles its way into the ducts and outer casing and makes it harder for your device to cool down. Foooit Air Duster reaches the vents and with a single spray, removes dust, dirt and microscopic debris, allowing the device’s lungs to breathe and keep cool. The spray is highly flammable, so it is recommended you switch off the device when you use this. Also, read the safety measures carefully and keep it away from children.
 
Foooit Air Duster, Rs.350, at www.foooit.com
 
Deepcool E-Desk~
Useful as both a flat space for your laptop or tablet as well as a cooling pad, the Deepcool E-Desk comes with a built-in 200mm fan which blows air instead of sucking it, so your laptop or tablet cools faster.
 
Deepcool E-Desk, Rs.1,450, on Flipkart.com
 
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If still sometimes the devices becomes hot, here’s what you can do to cool it down immediately before the circuits fry~
 
 
1. Shut the device down~ Fifteen minutes of beauty sleep should cool it down.
 
2. Take any covers off the device~ The covers might prevent your phone or tablet from scratching but just contribute to the build-up of heat.
 
3.Battery removal~ If your device allows it, remove the battery. Seal it in a moisture-free cover and put it in the fridge. As an extreme measure, you can do that with your phone as well. Just make sure the cover is dry.
 
4.Unplug~ Unplug it if it’s charging, even if it’s shut down. Charging transfers electrons from an AC source to the battery, producing heat.
 
                                  After it has cooled down, switch the device on and use it for a little while. If it overheats again, contact a repair service company.