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- 12/27/16--04:03: _ Asus Zenfone GO 4....
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- 04/26/17--03:56: _ Intex FitRist Card...
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- 03/21/17--00:17: Samsung Gear S3 Review: A smartwatch that leaves you impressed
Asus has launched a new budget 4G smartphone under its Zenfone series. Called the ASUS Zenfone GO 4.5 LTE, the smartphone is priced at Rs 6,999 and is available from today. It comes in two variants of back finish variants, a Matte finish in Glamour Red color, and with Hairline finish in Silver Blue, Gold, and Silver. According to the company, one of the main highlights of the Asus Zenfone GO 4.5 LTE is its improved ZenUI, which comes with multiple options for personalization and privacy with ZenMotion (touch and motion gestures) for a greater user experience. Additionally, for a good audio experience, the smartphone features a dual microphone. The handset features a metallic finish body, with the volume button
Google has released its Android distribution data for January. According to the list, Android Lollipop, versions 5.0 and 5.1 combined, are now running on 33 percent of Android devices, whereas Android Marshmallow 6.0 is now on 29 percent of Android devices. The latest Android version, Nougat, is still at a nascent stage with less than one percent share. The data also shows that ancient Android version, Froyo, is now running on less than 0.1 percent devices, and for the first time doesn’t make the list. Android 2.3.3 -2.3.7 Gingerbread is still hanging on with one percent share, whereas Android 4.0.3 - 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich is also clinging on with 1.1 percent share. According to the list, Android Jelly Bean (4.1-4.3)
After being released five months ago, the latest Android OS distribution reveals that Nougat has finally gone past 1 percent of Android devices. Out of the total adoption statistics of Nougat, which is at 1.2 percent, Android 7.0 is higher than that of Android 7.1. While 0.9 percent of Android devices run Android 7.0 operating system, only 0.3 percent adopted the latest Android 7.1. This records a 0.5 percent increase from last month’s distribution, when the total adoption rate of Nougat was 0.7 percent. Talking about Marshmallow, even that has seen a slightly more than a percent of increase in adoption. As compared to 29.6 percent users on Android Marshmallow last month, February’s Android Developer Dashboard records 30.7 percent devices
Another new Samsung Galaxy smartphone has surface online. Dubbed the Galaxy Xcover 4 with model number SM-G390F, the smartphone has already received Wi-Fi certification. Now, the same model has been spotted on a benchmarking website, revealing further details of the smartphone. The rugged Xcover smartphones are a biennial series from Samsung and the last Xcover 3 smartphone was launched in 2015. As the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 is just a few days away, the latest Xcover 4 could be on the launch list at the event. Based on the latest spotting on Geekbench, the Galaxy Xcover 4 has achieved a single-core score of 599 and a multi-core score of 1734. Other specifications revealed as part of the latest leaks
इस साल गूगल आई/ओ में कंपनी नए एंडरॉयड आॅपरेटिंग सिस्टम की घोषणा करेगी जिसके नाम की जानकारी सामने आई है।
Google’s latest announcement will hopefully make the internet a safer place for children these days. Google has announced the launch of Family Link, an app that lets parents monitor their children’s activity online through their Google account. Google’s Family Link allows children above the age of 13 to create a Google account and use Google’s services. Parents stay connected to their kid’s Google account monitoring all their activity and also control their use. Currently in beta, the Family link app is available via invitations, but restricted to the US market only. An official rollout is expected later this year. To use the Family Link app, one needs to have a device running on Android 4.4 KitKat and above. Once downloaded,
Smartwatches have been around for five years now, but they still haven’t reached the point of being considered a tech necessity. Instead, they are luxury products that one can use to tech up the otherwise traditional watch experience. Despite the initial craze, smartwatches never really took off as the next big thing, but that hasn’t stopped manufacturers from making smartwatches. Samsung recently launched the Gear S3 smartwatch in India, a follow-up to last year’s Gear S2. Samsung smartwatches have evolved over the years. I’ve reviewed the Galaxy Gear and the Galaxy Gear 2 before, and I’m pretty excited about the new Gear S3. The smartwatch is offered in two different variants – Classic and Frontier, both priced at Rs 28,500.
Intex has added a new product in its smart band lineup called the FitRist Cardio. Successor to the Intex FitRist, this smart band comes with heart-rate sensor aimed at fitness lovers. The Intex FitRist Cardio is priced at Rs 1,499 and is exclusively available on e-commerce site Amazon. It is available in black color and the smart band is water resistant as well. Speaking about the features on the Intex FitRist Cardio, the heart sensor tracks one’s heart and heartbeats. The smart fitness band also measures the total number of steps and also the amount of calories burnt. With the Intex FitRist Cardio, users can schedule fitness activities and keep a track of the time and date. The smart fitness
Google’s OS Android is still going on a slow and steady race according to the latest distribution chart. Android Nougat has increased its presence as it currently runs on a total of 7.1 percent devices globally. Android’s latest distribution system shows data collected up to May 2. Android Nougat has been achieving a 2 to 3 percent increase in between months with April’s presence totaling to 4.9 percent. Breaking down the Android distribution chart, Android 7.0 Nougat currently runs on 6.6 percent of devices, while Android 7.1 Nougat runs on a small 0.5 percent. While Android 7.0 Nougat is gaining an increase, Android 7.1 Nougat is still at a nascent stage. With flagships hitting stores slowly, the presence of Android