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Saturday, April 30, 2016

Update: Dell Chromebook 13 Review

Learn the pros and cons of this Chromebook by reading our Dell Chromebook 13 review.

Dell Chromebook 13 is different from any other Chromebook we've seen before, with a professional style and set of features that put it in the top tier of performance when it comes to Chrome OS.

But will the high cost and heavy weight be too much for the average Chromebook customer? Read on the Dell Chromebook 13 review to discover and learn why it is best Chromebooks in 2016.

OVERVIEW

Price: $458.85 on Amazon
Available: Now

What we liked
Spectacular design from all angles
The keyboard and trackpad are durable and sensitive
Crazy battery life.

What we Don't Like
The price may be too high for some consumers

Dell Chromebook 13 Specifications

  • Processor: Intel Core i3-5005u
  • RAM: 4GB DDR3
  • Display Type: IPS LED
  • Display Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Storage: 16GB solid state flash memory
  • WiFi: 802.11ac
  • Bluetooth: 4.0
  • Keyboard: Standard
  • Battery: 11 hours 13 minutes
  • Price: $458.85

Design
Many of the same design options that made XPS 13 great have been returned to Dell Chromebook 13.

The sides and top of the case are coated with a material that I can only refer to a "rubberized aluminum", which does not make sense as a concept, but worth it in practice. It gives the whole machine a grippy, polished, professional feel unlike anything I’ve seen on a laptop before, Chromebook or otherwise. A lone black-on-gray “Dell” logo sits in the middle of the case on the top, with a small “Chrome” badge sitting in the standard top-left corner configuration.
The design of the Chromebook 13 is one of its most outstanding traits

The Dell Chromebook 13 never comes off as cheap or poorly thought out; every element is included for a purpose and the sum of the whole is an unmatched tactile response that just feels right in the hand.

The attention to detail that was paid to the outside of the Chromebook 13 extends inside as well, with a solid keyboard and trackpad that felt eerily similar to what we tested on the XPS 13. So similar in fact, I would almost wager a guess that the team who designed the XPS also had a hand in this laptop, especially given what it looks like from the bottom.

There’s so much polish and precision here at times you almost forget you’re actually using a Chromebook, which are notorious for barely including more than a few panels of flimsy plastic to hold the whole thing together. This was a device that was made with intent and purpose, and the result is undoubtedly the best looking (and feeling) Chromebook we’ve tested to date.

Software

One of the biggest reasons some people prefer Chromebooks over Windows laptops is that when you open them up you know exactly what you’re going to get, without anything else annoyingly tacked on as an extra.

In this department, the Dell Chromebook 13 is no different than every other Chromebook out there. It comes with a standard version of the Chrome web browser, as well as locally installed versions of its productivity apps: Drive, Sheets, Docs, and Slides.

If you want apps you can install them yourself by visiting the Chrome OS store, but as we’ve stressed in previous reviews, 90% of these software programs aren’t much more than glorified links to external webpages that you could set as bookmarks and they’d do the same job.

Hardware


The Dell Chromebook 13 version we tested came with an Intel i3-5005U, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 16GB SSD drive and a 13.3″ 1920 x 1080 screen. On the left side there was one USB 3.0 port, one HDMI out, one headphone jack and a mini SD card slot for expanded storage options. The right side had a singular USB 2.0 slot and a port to lock down your laptop in case someone tries to swipe it off your desk.

The Dell Chromebook 13 has just enough ports to pass the grade
The included speakers are tucked neatly underneath the body of the laptop, although I wasn’t a huge fan of the choice. Supposedly angling the speakers toward the surface the laptop is sitting on produces a richer tone than if they were facing upward only, but either way they were still distant and lacked any substantial bass. If possible, I went with headphones whenever I could just to avoid the oversaturation of treble these speakers put out.

Performance
Given its specs, it wasn’t a surprise to see the Chromebook 13 perform as smoothly as it did. Thanks to its Core i3 processor, we were able to run multiple WebGL Chrome Experiments at the same time with minimal slowdown.

There was some noticeable jagged scrolling and pauses between switching tabs once you loaded up past the 25 tab mark, but these were also pretty resource-intensive tasks including two flash games and about a dozen videos between three services spread throughout.

This is more than enough for anyone who’s concerned about being able to multitask on the Chromebook 13, but in case it’s not Dell also has a higher end model equipped with 8GB of RAM instead of four.

Battery

This is another area where the Dell Chromebook 13 knocks the ball straight out of the park. In our testing which involved light browsing activities such as watching YouTube and performing various tests (WebGL included), we were able to squeeze 11 hours and 13 minutes of usage out of the laptop before it finally died out.

This is better than both the Toshiba Chromebook 2 by a number of hours, and should be plenty for anyone who expects they’ll be taking long trips without a lot of time to sit down and plug in between stops.

Display

The Dell Chromebook 13’s 13.3″ 1920 x 1080 FHD IPS LED screen was serviceable, and looked just as good during Netflix as it did aimlessly browsing the web.
The display won’t be winning any major awards, but it’s fine for what you need during daily browsing

Of course, this wouldn’t be a Chromebook review without the mention of the Toshiba Chromebook 2’s screen, which continues to not only be a beacon for Chromebooks, but a standard that all cheaper laptops should aspire to from here on out. The Dell didn’t look as good as the Toshiba, but then again few laptops do.

Conclusion

While most Chromebooks are made with the intention of catering to the widest audience possible, the Dell Chromebook 13 has its sights set squarely on the modern, savvy business professional.

Everything from its design to its performance and stellar battery life say this is a laptop that’s made for the road, and will work no matter what you need it to do in a pinch. It’s not the best purely for media thanks to a lackluster screen and mediocre speakers, but what it lacks in movie-watching features it more than makes up for in polish and class.

The Dell Chromebook 13 is expensive for Chromebooks, but it also feels like it’s worth every penny each time you open it up. For that it earns our respect, and fills out yet another category in Google’s rapidly evolving lineup of Chrome OS machines.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Android Wear: Xiaomi Mi Smartwatch confirmed for this year

From what we've heard, Xiaomi will be having an event on May 10, which they will announce several new products and software. Hardware anticipated at the event include Xiaomi Max 2 and Xiaomi Mi Band 2. Softwares tipped to be released includes MIUI OS 8. Words has surfaced that another device might be unveiled after the event, but this time, it a smrtwatch called the Mi SmartWatch.

Word that the smartwatch will debut comes by way of Liu De, the co-founder and VP of Xiaomi. De said at a Beijing conference that the Mi smartwatch is ready for the big time. Rumors claim that the wearable will hit the market in the second half of 2016. It seems that there will be no unveil of the smartwatch at the May 10 event because it has been delayed a bit.

The delay reportedly comes from the company actually building the wearable for Xiaomi, a firm called Huami. The good news is that this marks the first time that a smartwatch for adults has been confirmed officially by Xiaomi. Xiaomi does have a smartwatch that launched recently for 299 yuan that is aimed directly at kids and the Mi Band wearable for adults.

With the Mi smartwatch being official confirmed we hope to hear all the specs and details on the device soon. There is no need to keep that a secret since it has been announced perhaps details will be offered on May 10. Xiaomi's Liu De also said that the company would be focusing on offline outlets this year. That means retail stores will pop up, at least in China. There is no indication on exactly locations at this time.

Futuristic Tech: Samsung Pay Now Lets You Withdraw Cash At The ATM Without An ATM Card

More than 90% of people having smartphone(s) can't go a single day without their smartphone with them, but most a times, we forget our wallets and ATM card.

Imagine something happens and you need to use your ATM, only to discover it's not in your wallet or pocket, Samsung has got you covered provided you live in South Korea, but nevertheless, we expect this futuristic feature to be the norm sooner than we think.

Samsung "Pay Now" will allow you withdraw money from an ATM machine even without your ATM card. Currently, this service is only available in South Korea to Woori Bank, but Samsung says it will be expanding it's mobile payments service to Australia, Brazil, Canada, Singapore, Spain and the UK this year. No Nigeria, yet. :(

Asides this futuristic features, Samsung Pay has a feature that sets it apart from other "pay" solutions, which is the ability to work with any kind of POS, both new and traditional.

With a solution like this, I doubt if the smartphone adoption rate will go into extinction as predicted, or what do you think guys?

Update: Huawei Nexus 6P Review


Google Nexus program is still going strong and still win the heart of lovers of Android . It's always a surprise in which the manufacturer Google chooses every year , and the last Nexus is no exception. The Chinese phone manufacturer Huawei has been selected to build the Nexus 6P. The new name is certainly interesting; It is based on Nexus 6 manufactured by Motorola previous years, but adds a: "P" to represent "Premium".

Nexus Review, Nexus reviews
AN OVERVIEW

Model: Nexus 6P
Availability: Yes
Price: $499 on Google Store

Nexus 6P Specifications

Display                    5.7" AMOLED QHD (2560x1440)
Chipset                    Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 (octa-core)
Memory                  3GB of RAM
Storage                    32GB/64GB/128GB, no microSD expansion
Rear Camera          12.3MP, f/2.0 aperture, 1.55µm pixels
Front Camera        8MP, f/2.4 aperture
Battery                    3,450 mAh (non-removeable)
Software                 Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow)
Colors                     Aluminum, Graphite, Frost, Gold
Price                       $499

Design
There is no way to avoid the fact that the Nexus 6P is a great phone. The 5.7 sized display alone implies that, although the upper and lower bezel extends beyond that to even taller, however, it is not in vain. The Nexus 6P features something that many phone don't - dual front-facing speakers. This makes watching videos much better because the sound is directed towards you, and creates a stereo effect.

The front is completely a glass panel, but as you turn the device, you'll get an eyeful of metal. Quite metal structure is a result of Google's premium initiative. Huawei has already had an advantage over the process of metal processing, so it was not a problem for the company to meet Google's requirements.

On the sides, the edges are aligned by nice, shiny chamfers. The finish on the back is very smooth and feels good in the hand. However, it is also a bit slippery. Our model of graphite, but also comes in matt gold, aluminum (silver) and Frost (white).

At the top, you will not be able to stop to notice an unusual choice for design. A glass strip contains the camera module and various sensors that won't work through metal. The section has a slight hump to it, but it’s fortunately not invasive and doesn’t impede on handling. The visor look may just not appeal to everyone.

Just below the circular fingerprint scanner, which is also surrounded by a nice-looking chamfer. Then under that, a subtle, horizontal “Nexus” logo is painted within the finish.

The power button and volume rocker are on the right side of the phone. They are not the firmest buttons, so you might have some accidental presses, but they have a good tactile click them. Fingerprint scanner can ignore the power button to turn on the phone, but you still need to turn it off. Unfortunately, there is no application-tap-to-after double / sleep.

Performance

Nexus reviews:
The powerful Snapdragon 810 octa-core chips with the latest version of Android (marshmallow) is simply an awesome matching. I urge you to find a more fluid and seamless experience on any other Android smartphone. There’s no stutter that I can tell, and scrolling within the Chrome browser or within an app just flies.

Storage-wise, 6P is available in 32GB, 64GB or 128GB of internal storage variants. Google is against expansion of microSD, so you will need to choose wisely. Fortunately, the operating system does not take up as much space as other phones with heavy software since the Nexus is a pure Android experience.

It's great to have two speakers that pull in the right direction (towards you). Even though the quality will not blow out (there is a lack of low-end), the sound can be very high and is integrated in higher amounts.

Display

Huawei uses the current samsung AMOLED panel for the Nexus 6P display. This is a good thing, because Samsung is without doubt the best smartphone when it comes to display. The resolution also coincides with QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) of the tendency of gems today. So, pop colors and images are clear and sharp.

I won’t say that the screen quite matches the brilliance of the Galaxy Note5 (and definitely, the more recent Galaxy S7 lineup). There’s a slight tint to the overall color and the screen doesn’t get as bright as on Samsung phones. It also means that the external visibility is not so good. But in the grand scheme of things, this is a good example, and most people should be satisfied.

Camera

The camera performance of Nexus phones have not historically been great. Therefore, on the Nexus 6P, Google made it a focus to bring the sensor up to speed with the rest of the competition. That effort was realized as not just numerous pixels, but large ones. The 12.3MP sensor boasts 1.55µm (larger than the Galaxy S7‘s camera) sized pixels (the typical size is around 1.12µm). The benefit of larger pixels is that more light can be captured by the sensor, countering those tough low-light situations.

I would say that the mission was accomplished for the most part. The 6P’s camera can pick up light where there barely is some, and maintain a composed image (as opposed to a grainy one). In normal conditions, the image quality is also great. Sharpness is where you’d expect from 12.3MP. The color reproduction aims towards natural/realistic (rather than vibrant, like on Samsung’s cameras). However, in dynamic range situation, dark areas seemed a bit too dark to me. Auto-focusing was also hit or miss in my experience. It sometimes didn’t focus correctly and gave me a blurry image.

Battery

Despite the Nexus 6P’s thinness, it’s no slouch in the battery department. There’s a considerable 3,450 mAh battery stuffed in there. That means that it should generally have no problem getting you through the day, and probably with some to spare.

My usage varied between T-Mobile’s network and WiFi, using common apps like Chrome, Maps, Camera, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Play Music, Feedly, and Messenger. I was satisfied that the battery drain was pretty consistent, and even more so that the phone barely sipped battery on idle. Google’s latest software utilized Doze, a strong power saving feature when the phone is idle over a long period. This helps the overall battery life significantly.

Software
Probably the biggest selling point about the Nexus program is the pure, stock Android experience. Android manufacturers typically take Google’s software and modify it to make it their own, but the Nexus 6P is exactly how Google intended its mobile software to be. In this case, the most recent build to come from the software giant is Android 6.0.1 (aka, Marshmallow).

On the Nexus 6P, Marshmallow is as buttery smooth as you’ve ever seen the Material Design user interface (UI) run. When you get to this level of fluidity, you understand Google’s goal with the flashy animations and transitions when navigating through the UI.
There’s a satisfaction that you get as actions seamlessly invoke an extra dimension. Elements slide or pop into view, and apps smoothly expand as they fill the entire screen. Swiping and scrolling is super quick to respond and seems effortless.

Huawei Nexus 6P
The layout of the UI is pretty simplistic. Google places the Google Now panel on the far left. Dropping down the top pull-down of course shows notifications, but pull it down again and you get your quick settings. The app drawer scrolls vertically and shows the most recently accessed apps on the top. The Recent Apps carousel is unchanged from before; you scroll through the list and swipe away any apps you wish to close.

Final Words

I think many would agree with me that the Nexus 6P progresses the Nexus line very well. Huawei has proven to be a major manufacturer of choice, offering quality metal accumulation and reasonable prices. The 6P camera performance is better than its predecessor, and can now stand up with the flagship competition. There is also a strong battery, despite the slim profile.

No one can claim the benefit of the software that Nexus phones provide. You will have a smooth Android experience and be the first to receive updates. However, Nexus phones are only sold through the google online store. This means you will not be able to check out the phone in a store before you buy it or get a payment plan from a carrier.

Would You Be Willing To Pay $400 For Blackberry’s New Android Device? See Pictures

Based on reports of sales, it is safe to say that the BlackBerry Priv didn't have a great first year. Now the company plans to launch not one, but two Android BlackBerry device to compensate for this and the leaked images has started appearing on the Internet.

They are codenamed BlackBerry Hamburg and Rome.

Rumor has it that the Rome is touted to be the higher end model between the two while Hamburg is touted to be a mid-range device which will lack the iconic BlackBerry keyboard. The first image is blackberry Hamburg, with a measurement of 146mm x 78mm and a coating around the metal.

While the second image shows the BlackBerry Rome. It has the same new logo placement and rather than a slider, there is a physical keyboard which makes it look like the BlackBerry Passport.

No words on pricing yet for the Blackberry Rome, but rumor has it that the Blackberry Hamburg will come with a price tag of $400.


Also, no rumored specs have leaked online, yet. But based on the pictures would you be willing to pay $400? At least it is better than $700, right?

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Latest: New Mtn Unlimited Free Browsing and Downloading Cheat for all

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After receiving the message like the one on the screenshot, just switch on your network connection and start browsing and downloading free.

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Thursday, April 21, 2016

Ntel Lines Now Available for Pickup in Lagos and Abuja

Ntel is finally here, and you can now pick up your SIM card if you reside in Lagos or Abuja. Some Subscribers are already using the network, and now may be the perfect time to enjoy the freebies which goes to the first 100,000 subscribers to get the line. If you get your SIM card now, you will be among the first 100,000 people to subscribe to the NTEL network which automatically makes you a pioneer member.
Contrary to earlier reports that claim you get unlimited lifetime free calls, this has been clarified by the network. You will only be allowed to make free calls for life to your fellow pioneer members.

That's not all, Ntel secretly changed their fair usage policy to We reserve the right to review any stipulated fair use levels from time to time...

Kindly see the locations for pick up below:
For residents in lagos, below are the available locations.
Palmgrove
  • 25 Obanikoro Way, Ilupeju, Off Western Avenue
Ojodu
  • 1568 Damilare Street, Off Berger, Ojodu-Berger
Ikoyi
  • 24 Rumens Road, South West, Ikoyi
Victoria Island
  • 76 Teslim Elias, Off Ahmadu Bello Way
Festac
  • 512 Road, D Close, House 1, Off Redeemed Church, 2nd Gate.
Yaba
  • 662 Alake Way, Off Tejuoso, Off Railway Tracks, Yaba

For residents in Abuja, we have just one address.
Transcorp Hilton
  • 1 Aguiyi Ironsi St, Abuja 900001, Nigeria
States like Port Harcourt may need to wait till next month, before pickup will become possible.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DATA PLANS AVAILABLE FOR NTEL USERS
Plan Amount              Validity                 Benefits
Smart Phone Starter     ₦1,000 3 days       Unlimited data, 30 minutes voice calls, SMS
Standard Plan               ₦2,400 7 days       Unlimited Data, 70 minutes calls, SMS
Monthly plans              ₦9,000 30 days     Unlimited data, 300 minutes calls, SMS

According to the info reaching us, no collection at the Yaba address yet.
Stay tuned as we keep you updated.

LeEco Le Max 2: Another smartphone with 6GB RAM

Despite the fact that 6 gigabytes RAM on a smartphone looks pretty much like an overkill, Chinese OEMs keeps pushing it to the limit with the release of these new devices. Vernee Apollo was unveiled just a few weeks ago with 6GB of RAM, Vivo Xplay5 Elite is another similar device, and the latest entry is the just announced LeEco Le Max 2, another phone from the Chinese OEM with 6 Gig RAM.

LeEco Le Max 2 has a large 5.7-inch screen with QHD resolution (1440 x 2,560px). The device has Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 on board and comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. This works behind LeEco's custom UI, EUI 5.5. How awesome.

Storage options start at 32GB and there is also a 64GB version. However, the 32GB version has 4GB RAM while the 64GB version is the king with 6GB RAM. There is a 21MP rear camera with Sony IMX230 sensor. It is equipped with optical image stabilizaton and f/2.0 aperture.

A fingerprint sensor is at the back and this device, and wow the device is powered by a 3100mAh battery capacity. USB Type-C connectivity is established on this device and you won't find the normal 3.5mm earphone jack as it has been replace by the Type C port.

LeEco also unveiled three other devices with similar design. LeEco Le 2 which is different from LeEco Le Max 2 has a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1080p. It comes with 3GB RAM, 16MP camera, 32GB of storage and 3000 mAh battery. It has MediaTek Helio X20 deca-core processor on board.

On the other hand LeEco Le 2 Pro has the overclocked Helio X25 processor, 21MP camera, 3000mAh battery, 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. It also has a 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1080p.

PRICING
LeEco Le 2 is priced at $170 and Le 2 Pro costs $230. For the base-spec Le Max 2 (4GB RAM, 32GB storage), the price is 2099 yuan ($325). However, the high-spec version (6GB RAM, 64GB storage) the price is 2499 yuan ($390). Pre-order also starts in China as at April 20.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Download Twrp 3.0.2 Recovery For Infinix Hot


Download TWRP 3.0.2 Recovery For Infinix Hot
Many will know what CWM recovery(ClockworkMod) is, but do not know about TeamWin Recovery (TWRP recovery). Many users have asked what it is and how is it better than CWM recovery, and I use this example to explain it to them. Tecno takes CWM recovery and Samsung takes TWRP recovery, which is better and they answer Samsung. TWRP Recovery is an advance recovery which is good for flashing recovery, Rom and other flashing related stuffs.


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1. nvram backup
2. boot.img backup
3. recovery.img backup
4. uboot backup
5. eMMC repair
6. recovery.img and boot.img install / flash
7. More functions are working.
8. Most features.
9. TWRP features works perfectly.

What's New in 3.0.2:
• Fix bug with the input field that affected masked inputs(passwords). This fixes decrypt of the complete device encryption on devices that decrypt. This bug also affects encrypted backups. Users are strongly adviced to stop using 3.0.1 if you use encrypted backups or if you decrypt the data into TWRP.
• Add Greek translation to some builds.

DISCLAIMER
We are not responsible if you brick your phone in the process of flashing the recovery

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Credit:
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Download Twrp 3.0.2 Recovery For Tecno J7


Download TWRP 3.0.2 Recovery For Tecno J7
Many will know what CWM recovery(ClockworkMod) is, but do not know about TeamWin Recovery (TWRP recovery). Many users have asked what it is and how is it better than CWM recovery, and I use this example to explain it to them. Tecno takes CWM recovery and Samsung takes TWRP recovery, which is better and they answer Samsung. TWRP Recovery is an advance recovery which is good for flashing recovery, Rom and other flashing related stuffs.

We present you the TWRP 3.0.2 Recovery For Tecno J7.
Flash this amazing and awesome recovery to change the boring ClockworkMod Recovery on your Tecno J7 device.

Characteristics of the TWRP Recovery for Tecno J7

1. nvram backup
2. boot.img backup
3. recovery.img backup
4. uboot backup
5. eMMC repair
6. recovery.img and boot.img install / flash
7. More functions are working.
8. Most features.
9. TWRP features works perfectly.

What's New in 3.0.2:
• Fix bug with the input field that affected masked inputs(passwords). This fixes decrypt of the complete device encryption on devices that decrypt. This bug also affects encrypted backups. Users are strongly adviced to stop using 3.0.1 if you use encrypted backups or if you decrypt the data into TWRP.
• Add Greek translation to some builds.

DISCLAIMER
We are not responsible if you brick your phone in the process of flashing the recovery

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Credit:
TeamWin Recovery Project

Download TWRP 3.0.2 Recovery For Tecno H6


Download TWRP 3.0.2 Recovery For Tecno H6
Many will know what CWM recovery(ClockworkMod) is, but do not know about TeamWin Recovery (TWRP recovery). Many users have asked what it is and how is it better than CWM recovery, and I use this example to explain it to them. Tecno takes CWM recovery and Samsung takes TWRP recovery, which is better and they answer Samsung. TWRP Recovery is an advance recovery which is good for flashing recovery, Rom and other flashing related stuffs.

We present you the TWRP 3.0.2 Recovery For Tecno H6.
Flash this amazing and awesome recovery to change the boring ClockworkMod Recovery on your Tecno H6 device.

Characteristics of the TWRP Recovery for Tecno H6

1. nvram backup
2. boot.img backup
3. recovery.img backup
4. uboot backup
5. eMMC repair
6. recovery.img and boot.img install / flash
7. More functions are working.
8. Most features.
9. TWRP features works perfectly.

What's New in 3.0.2:
• Fix bug with the input field that affected masked inputs(passwords). This fixes decrypt of the complete device encryption on devices that decrypt. This bug also affects encrypted backups. Users are strongly adviced to stop using 3.0.1 if you use encrypted backups or if you decrypt the data into TWRP.
• Add Greek translation to some builds.

DISCLAIMER
We are not responsible if you brick your phone in the process of flashing the recovery

Download TWRP 3.0.2 Recovery for Tecno H6 Here

Credit:
TeamWin Recovery Project

Xiaomi Max With Alleged 6.4-inch Front Panel Leaked

The Xiaomi Max phablet device is said to come with a Snapdragon 820.
A few days ago, Xiaomi held an online poll to decide the name of the upcoming phablet device with a size of 6.4 inches. The name chosen after the poll results is Xiaomi Max and now, we have come across some leaked images of the front panel. Xiaomi Max front panel leaked images were apparently taken on the production line and you can see that the 6.4 - inch indeed is large enough. After all, it is only a half inch short of becoming a 7-inch tablet.

Other important things to look at in the front panel are the thin bezel and physical capacitive buttons.


You can see that there is no cut for the physical home button as we saw in the Xiaomi Mi 5. This means that a fingerprint scanner won't be in the front this time. The sources have said that this time it would be present on the back of the Xiaomi phablet.

There is no detailed information about the specifications of the Xiaomi Max for now. The only known specs are that it would have a 6.4-inch Quad HD display with a Qualcomm Snapdragon SOC 820 under the hood.

The Xiaomi Max is rumored to be announced in May, but nothing is official at the moment. We will keep you informed as more details will be out soon.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

This Is What Happens When You Freeze The iPhone 6s Plus & Galaxy S7 Edge In Coke.

We know that the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, and the iPhone 6s Plus can survive in water. However, our brave tester got tired of basic water tests and decided to go the extra mile. He poured coke on these phones and placed them to freeze in a refrigerator for about 10 hours.

The result was just amazing


I watched the video with a RIP song in my head.
Surprisingly, despite my fears, one of the phones survived without a glitch. Guess which?

As you may have guessed, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge survived the whole process without.

On the other hand, the iPhone 6s Plus almost didn’t survive, almost. Yes. it refused to power on for a while, but after charging, the 6s Plus came on with a slight screen issue.


After this video, our brave tester gained over 400,000 new subscribers. Worth it?
Stay Glued for more updates on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edgeand The iPhone 6s Plus