Intex launches FitRist With OLED Display Smartband For Rs 999._._._._.

Intex has launched FitRist, the company’s first fitness smart band, few months after launching its iRist Smartwatch. The FitRist tracker has a 0.86-inch OLED display, uses Bluetooth to pair with Android or iPhone, lets you track steps, distance traveled, calories burnt and monitor quality of sleep. It also offers notifications for incoming calls (Phone number will be displayed and band will vibrate)   with, control music and use it as a remote shutter for the phone’s camera.

Intex says that the FitRist has a long lasting battery, which can last up to 12 days. It is water-resistant and splash proof to prevent it from accidental spills and even rain.

Intex FitRist specifications:

0.86-inch (96×32 pixels) OLED display
Compatible with Android 4.3 or Above & iOS 7 or Above
Bluetooth 4.0
up to 12 days of battery life
Weight: 21 grams
Sensors: 3-axis accelerometer
Water-Resistant and Splash Proof

The Intex FitRist comes in Dark Blue and White colors and is priced at Rs. 999. It is exclusively available on Snapdeal.

Sunday, February 14, 2016
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Xiaomi Mi 5 Pops Up On AnTuTu, Scores A Mind Blowing 73075 Points ._._._._.

Xiaomi is expected to release its new flagship, the Xiaomi Mi 5 sometime later this year. According to the recent speculations, the device is expected to come with the new high-end chipset from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 820. It was even said that the launch was delayed because Xiaomi wanted to use the new Snapdragon chip. Now, we may have some idea about the performance of the device, thanks to a leaked AnTuTu benchmark screenshot.
The leaked image shows that the Xiaomi Mi 5 scored a mind blowing 73075 points. That’s even better than the Samsung Exynos 7420 that currently powers flagships like Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and Galaxy Note 5. Given that Snapdragon 820 is expected to power the Mi 5, the performance that we saw on AnTuTu could very well be of the next Qualcomm chip. We expected Snapdragon 820 to perform well as recent rumors have said that the chip will most likely feature four custom Kyro cores clocked at 3.0GHz.
Another likely chip inside the Mi 5 is the Helio X20 with 10 cores. The chip managed to score above 70K on AnTuTu back in April, so this Mi 5 in the leaked screenshot could be powered by the MTK Helio X20 as well. But, that’s just a guess, because almost every recent leak has tipped Snapdragon 820 inside the Xiaomi Mi 5.
As for the specs, the flagship is expected to come with a 5.2-inch 2K display, 4GB of RAM and a 16MP OIS camera. The launch could be around November this year. Pricing is expected to be under $400.
So, which chip would you like to see inside the Xiaomi Mi 5? Snapdragon 820 or Helio x20?
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
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ZUK Demo A Transparent Bezelless Smartphone Concept ._._._._.

zuk transparent phone concept

ZUK recently launched its first ever smartphone in China and during the event had an innovative transparent phone prototype on display.
The ZUK Z1 lauched earlier this week with 5.5-inch FHD display, USB Type C, Snapdragon 801, 3GB RAM and low asking price of only 1799 Yuan. The launch on the 11th was all about the ZUK Z1, but during the show fans and media were allowed to glimpse the future of smartphone design.
A bezeless ZUK smartphone model with transparent body was shown at an “experience” booth at the launch event filling us with hope of some very cool and interesting phones from the Lenovo sub brand in the future.
Obviously the prototype on display is nothing more than a display with all the electronics, power supply and other necessary hardware hidden in the large box beneath, but it is an exciting concept non the less, and proof that ZUK aim to be in the market for the long run.
I will be heading to Shenzhen at the end of this month to take part in the ZUK Z1 international launch. Keep posted for my hands on and first impressions of the new flagship and more ZUK news.
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ZUK Z1 Specifications Revealed, 4100mAh Battery, Snapdragon 801, $284 ._._._._.

ZUK Z1 Rear

Over in China the ZUK Z1 launch is going to start in just 30 minutes, but already the final specifications and pricing details have leaked on to Weibo. Here is what we know.
ZUK is Lenovo’s internet sub-brand. The company has been set up to be Lenovo’s OnePlus and will exclusively sell it’s flagship ZUK Z1 online in China with plans to release the phone to the international market too.
Today is the day of the Chinese launch that will officially begin in 30 minutes, but someone at ZUK has already let the official specs, press images and even pricing leak on to Weibo a little too early!
zuk z1 specifications
What we know from the (very detailed leaks) is the ZUK Z1 will be powered by a Snspadrgon 801 processor! This is music to my ears, yet it might be last years processor, but it is also an SoC developers are familiar with and are able to get to run smoothly and steadily.
The official specs go on to reveal that the SoC inside the ZUK Z1 will run at 2.5Ghz with the aid of 3GB RAM. and up to 64GB internal storage.
zuk z1 specifications
As promised the Z1 has a larger than 4000mAh battery, which has been reported as being 4100mAh. That’s a large battery and ZUK claim that it is good for 120hours of standby time, or 48 hours of 4G LTE usage. Charging is via a USB Type C 2.0 plug.
zuk z1 specifications
Also at the bottom end of the phone is the uTouch fingerprint scanner and home button which looks a lot like the same sort of fingerprint scanner as found on the OnePlus 2, but with the added benefit of gesture based navigation thrown in.
The display on the ZUK Z1 is a FHD 1920 x 1080 5.5-inch panel that takes up the rest of the front of the phone. Construction of the flagship handset appears to be similar to the Vivo X5 Pro with glass front and rear and an alloy chassis giving the phone strength and keeping it lightweight. The chassis also contains a SIM tray for dual SIM cards, but it does not look like we are getting an SD card reader on the phone.
zuk z1 specifications
Moving on to the cameras, ZUK have gone for a Sony IMX214 13 mega-pixel rear camera with OIS, while the front is a 8 mega-pixel. The rear camera is an F2.2 5 lens set up which isn’t quite as good as what the OP2 packs, at least on paper.
zuk z1 specifications
There were rumours that the ZUK Z1 would run CyanogenMod out of the box, there is still a chance that this will be true with the international model, but the Chinese version of the phone runs ZUI.
zuk z1 specifications
As for pricing well how does 1799 Yuan sound for this 64GB flagship? We hope to have some real photos of the phone soon , and plan to attend the international launch later this month.
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Xiaomi Has No Plans To Launch The Redmi Note 2 In India ._._._._.


It would be unfair to say that the new Redmi Note 2 is as much a revolution (on paper) as the first generation Xiaomi Hongmi. However, it seems like ‘Xiaomi’s second home’ won’t be getting the phone… at least not anytime soon.
There’s a school of thought that this is because of the Ericsson patents that have troubled the MediaTek-Xiaomi duo in India.
Xiaomi just completed one year in India, and risking its image is something the company can ill-afford, even if that means not bring a phone that’s supposedly going to be a hot seller.

“We are continuously evaluating new products that can be launched in India. But, as of now we do not have plans to launch Redmi Note 2 in India”

Speaking to BGR India, a Xiaomi spokesperson revealed “We are continuously evaluating new products that can be launched in India. But, as of now we do not have plans to launch Redmi Note 2 in India.”
This also puts to rest the speculations that we had of Xiaomi pulling off a surprise Redmi Note 2 launch at the August 19th event scheduled for the international MIUI 7 launch.
More Redmi Note 2: Hands on photos
If you’re in India, you’ll probably have to wait a while to get your hands on the Redmi Note 2. Or you could import from a Chinese reseller, but that would involve a markup of about ~30% that you’ll have to suffer.

OnePlus 2 Camera Samples ._._._._.

oneplus 2 camera samples daylight

Since receiving the OnePlus 2 a few days ago I have been using the device daily and captured a fair few photos to share with you. Let’s see just how good the 13 mega-pixel OnePlus 2 camera really is.
Looking and the specs alone the rear camera of the OnePlus 2 isn’t the most impressive we have seen. In fact with just a 13 mega-pixel sensor and F2.0 aperture some of you waiting for the OP2 to arrive were actually quite disappointed with those specs.
If you look more closely though you will learn that the OV 13 mega-pixel sensor is one of the best out there, the camera has a 6 lens stack, there is a fast laser auto focus that is even accurate in low light and of course OIS to keep the shakes out of you photos.
As a complete package the OnePlus 2 camera starts to sound much better, but how does it actually perform?
When I first received the OP2 it was running the Chinese Hydrogen ROM. It’s a pretty ROM but it’s not as well optimised as Oxygen OS. After switching to the international ROM I’ve seen a real improvement in performance and also in the speed of the camera.
In normal mode, or full auto, photos are captured and saved almost instantly. Using HDR or Clear Image though and images take a few seconds to save to the internal memory. This is the same for most phones, but it is slower than the LeTV Le 1 or Xiaomi Mi Note. The good news is that the image quality is very good.
The photos above were taken in auto, HDR and Clear Image (from left to right). Other than showing just how dirty my keyboard is you can’t really make out much difference in the photos. HDR is a little brighter with more glow and Clear Motion adds more detail, but in this artificial light all images look pretty good.

OnePlus 2 camera samples daylight

Take the OnePlus 2 outdoors and you can grab some really lovely looking images. The photos above were taken in bright sunny conditions with nice blue skies.

OnePlus 2 camera samples night

Even when the light dies away and the night draws in the photos on the OnePlus 2 continue to impress.
I’m also really enjoying the laser focus of the OnePlus 2. In good bright conditions you can pretty much trust the camera to get in focus and be ready to take a photo as soon as the camera app launches. It is that fast. Of course you can still choose to touch to focus when needed, and found that during night shoots this manual option proved a little more accurate than the laser.

OnePlus 2 Camera so far

When I reviewed the OnePlus One I was very disappointed with the camera, and its poor performance was one of the reasons I ended up getting rid of it, but the OnePlus 2 camera is a whole different story. At this point I am not sure if I prefer the OP2 camera or one of  the excellent cameras on the LeTV or Xiaomi Mi Note, but having used them all I can say I would be more than happy using any and be confident that I would be getting splendid results with each press of the shutter.
With the excellent camera and the smooth operating Oxygen OS I really am quite impressed with the OnePlus 2 so far.
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Kirin 950 Reaches The Top Of Geekbench, And Has Its Specs Confirmed ._._._._.


Since last year Huawei has shown great potential in producing their own chipsets to run on theirdevices. The Huawei P8 and P8 Lite are good examples both running the Kirin 935. Despite the satisfactory performance, this still isn’t the best that Huawei has to offer, coming in both Kirin 940 and 950.
Since the first reports about the new Kirin 950, weall created good expectations that this would be the first chipset from Huawei to compete, if not surpassthe best that we have in the market todayThe chipthat would give power to the Huawei Ascend Mate 8 and the possible Honor 7 Plus does not have a dateto reach the market and in a optimistic view, until the end of this year. The Kirin 940 is expected to come in the next month in the Huawei Ascend Mate 7s and while the 950 don’t show up we can now check some details about it.
The Kirin 950 is an octa-core CPU made in the 16nm FinFET process that counts with a cluster of 4x Cortex-A72 up to 2.4GHz and another cluster of 4x Cortex-A53, besides the Mali-T860 GPU for graphic processing and the support the fast LPDDR4 RAM technology.The Kirin 950 gets a punctuation of 6.000 points in the Multi-Core Geekbench 3 Test, 20% more than the current unbeatable Exynos 7420. The 950 also did well in the single-core test reaching 1.900 points which is 30% better than performed by Exynos 7420.
We expect the Kirin 950 to debut inside the Huawei Ascend Mate 8, previously expected for September but due to the chipset delay, it would be launched early in the next year. However, talking about the Kirin 940 we expect the upcoming Mate 7S to do impressively well with it.
More details about the Kirin 940 and 950 should come with the time, and with the IFA date in the corner that shouldn’t take a long time, only by then we can confirm if the info is totally accurate or a bit of overstatement. More details we will cover, for now leave your thoughts about the Huawei’s newest SoCs, can they do well with the competition?
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800,000 Redmi Note 2’s Sold In 12 Hours, Says Xiaomi ._._._._.

xiaomi redmi note 2

Xiaomi loves numbers. That is no surprise considering the ‘impressive’ sales figures that the young phonemaker manages to secure.
It wouldn’t be unfair to say that it is Xiaomi that got flash sales in fashion. Almost every other smartphone company, especially Chinese, is now having flash sales.
Xiaomi’s newest budget bomb is the Redmi Note 2. The smartphone is priced at a starting price of US$125 (799 Yuan) in China. Very few phones make a lasting impression right from the time you see the specs sheet of those, and the Redmi Note 2 is one of them.
The Helio X10 powered phone boasts enough tech to rival the likes of the Meizu MX5, and even the HTC One M9+ up to some extent.
According to Xiaomi, the company received a whopping 800,000 orders for the phone in a matter of just 12 hours. And when you realize that the Redmi Note 2 is yet to go on sale in any market outside China, the number looks even bigger.
xiaomi redmi note 2 sd card
Xiaomi Redmi Note 2: Specifications & Photos
Xiaomi have an international MIUI 7 launch scheduled for later this week, where we’ll be reporting on ground from. Keep an eye for more Redmi Note 2 news, you never know what Xiaomi will be up to!

Mi Wi-Fi Nano: Specifications, Features & Price ._._._._.

Today another super gadget joined our Mi Wi-Fi Family--Mi Wi-Fi nano on Mi New Product Launch Event! It's not exaggerated at all to call it "super mini baby". Now Let's learn more features and specs of this new gadget and see how cool it is!
Mi Wi-Fi nano

Mi Wi-Fi nano, more mini than mini!
It's stronger and stable signals compared to other mainstream routers, 100% increase in singal strength, up to 150m² coverage

External PCB antenna, it is super compact, high precision, anti-interference

Powerful connections! It can work for 30 hours when plugged to a 10000 mAh Mi Power Bank

Finally, let's unveil the price of Mi Wi-Fi nano, followed by price comparison of Mi Wi-Fi nano, Mi Wi-Fi mini, Mi Wi-Fi
It's priced at 79 RMB(about 12.3 usd) and will be available on Aug 16, 2015

What Do You Think Of Mi Wi-Fi nano?

Thursday, August 13, 2015
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