Nokia announces the Android-powered N1 tablet

Nokia may have sold off it’s phone division to Microsoft, but that doesn’t mean it’s dead. In a surprise move, Nokia announced the N1, an Android powered tablet. The surprise launch pits the firm against Microsoft, which completed its takeover of Nokia’s previous mobile-devices business in April. The iPad lookalike will be running on Android’s latest software, the Lollipop, and the device will be produced by Chinese manufacturer Foxconn. Selling for $249, it will be sold first in China by way of a manufacturing and distribution partnership with Foxconn and initially at least will be WiFi-only. Continue reading

Xiaomi’s Mi Band: entry-level fitness and sleep tracker

The Mi Band, Xiaomi’s first fitness tracking wristlet, was announced in a new product launch event on July 22nd, 2014. It comes with the industry’s most power-efficient Bluetooth chip and accelerometer, which enables it to be powered for thirty days on a single charge. It sells at RMB 79 (approx. $13). The Mi Band is also IP67 certified, which means that the device is water-resistant. Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specs, Features and Release Date

The next upcoming star smartphones of Samsung has started coming in the light on the web. Here we are talking about Galaxy Note 4. Just a month back, Galaxy Note 3 started its journey and now people have started imagining the next phablet Note 4. The expectations can’t end and Note 4 is getting birth with the expectations of Samsung fans. Recently, Samsung revealed few of the hardware components for its next generation devices. These new components include true octa core 64-bit chipset, 128GB memory modules and ISOCELL camera sensor. These three components can’t make a phone together but these all are essential components that we can see in the upcoming star smartphones and phablet including, Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 4. Continue reading