Nokia Will Launch Three New Smartphones on December 5

Nokia Will Launch Three New Smartphones on December 5

Nokia has posted a teaser of their upcoming new smartphones on their Twitter account. While it doesn’t provide us with detailed explanations, we could say that Nokia will release the much awaited Nokia 8.2. This device was spotted unofficially several times on the web. It will be Nokia’s first smartphone with 64Mp camera on the back. There’s also a pop-up selfie camera with 32Mp sensor. It will be a mid-range device, in terms of performance,…

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Ten Ways Smartphones Can Make Your Lives More Convenient

Ten Ways Smartphones Can Make Your Lives More Convenient

We often hear how a smartphone can make our lives easier and more convenient, but we don’t really know how this can be achieved. It’s true that smartphones are versatile, but you should know how to take full advantage of their functionality. Set up reminders: In reality, many of us haven’t set up reminders in our phone. As an example, we may set the reminder, so we will sleep at 10 PM because we need…

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The fast growth of mobile applications will be revolutionizing almost all daily activities

The fast growth of mobile applications will be revolutionizing almost all daily activities

Number of mobile applications for smartphone is rising rapidly along with the growth of sales and consumers of gadgets and smartphones. According to the data collected, the mobile application has been experiencing rapid growth, even the most rapid increase occurred in 2013, where the increase reached 15%! Improvement does not happen only in the number of applications, but also in the application category. The most noticeable improvement lies on the number of applications related to…

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Future Smartphones that Will Power Themselves

Apple will be wishing they had known about this technology before they released the iPhone 4S. A team of researchers at the University of Cambridge believe they could have developed a battery that could help mobile phones power themselves. The team, led by Professor Arokia Nathan developed a prototype handset that uses what is called a thin-film hydrogenated amorphous silicon that will sit inside the screen of the device. It works by using wasted light…

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