Saturday, February 22, 2014

UNPACKED Samsung Galaxy S5

The latest from the Samsung Mobile is speculated to be fully loaded with tons of features and style.

All new Samsung Galaxy S5 is thought to be having all the below Specs and near tentative price:
Model Samsung Galaxy S5
(Prime: high-end model; Standard: normal model)
Display Prime: 5.25-inch Super AMOLED display with 2K (2560x1440p) resolutions and pixel density of 560 ppi (pixels per inch)
Standard: 5.25-inch Super AMOLED display with full HD (1920x1080p) resolution having 440 plus ppi
OS Android v4.4 KitKat OS with brand-new Magazine UI
Processor 64-bit architecture based Samsung chipset- Exynos Infinity /2.5GHz Snapdragon 805 chipset
RAM 3GB (or more)
Storage capacity We expect to come in 32GB , 64GB variants with micro SD card slot
Camera Main: 16.0 - megapixel camera with 4K video recording
Front: 3.2 -megapixel camera with full HD video recording
Battery 3200 mAh battery or atleast 3000 mAh
Network 3G/4G/LTE-Advanced
Add-ons metal casing, smart camera gesture control feature, finger print based biometric technology, water-proof and dust-resistant certifications
Price Metal variant would cost you roughly: €800 (around ₹67K whilst the plastic variant: €650 (around ₹55K)

Samsung Company to Host Unpacked 5 Event on 24 February 2014 at Barcelona.
And Gadget Information is all excited with Samsung Galaxy S5 Release Date almost to be thought the same event.

Checkout the all new teaser video of Samsung Galaxy S5 .

Although the new teaser never says or mentions the Samsung Galaxy S5 by name, every word that does appear in the post is accompanied by a “5″ post fixed and super scripted after it. Also the teaser ends with a message about “The Next Galaxy,” so Gadget Information feel pretty confident in its presumptions that World, It will be the Galaxy S5.

Don't forget to buy or pre-book Samsung Galaxy S5 once Samsung officially announce the world about the launch of all new next generation Samsung Galaxy S5

Watch out for the upcoming posts on reviews and specification of android phone in 2014.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Microsoft Kinect Motion Sensor With XBOX 360

Microsoft Kinect Motion Sensor With XBOX 360 Video

Isn't This Awesome...

Now lets go into the details.:

The Kinect sensor is a horizontal bar connected to a small base with a motorized pivot, and is designed to be positioned lengthwise below the video display. The device features an "RGB camera, depth sensor and multi-array microphone running proprietary software", which provides full-body 3D motion capture, facial recognition, and voice recognition capabilities. Voice recognition capabilities will be available in Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States at launch, but have been postponed until spring 2011 in mainland Europe and Canada. The Kinect sensor's microphone array enables the Xbox 360 to conduct acoustic source localization and ambient noise suppression, allowing for things such as headset-free party chat over Xbox Live.

Microsoft Kinect Image

The depth sensor consists of an infrared projector combined with a monochrome CMOS sensor, and allows the Kinect sensor to see in 3D under any ambient light conditions. The sensing range of the depth sensor is adjustable, with the Kinect software capable of automatically calibrating the sensor based on gameplay and the player's physical environment, such as the presence of furniture.

Kinect is based on software technology developed internally by Microsoft and range camera technology by Israeli developer PrimeSense, which interprets 3D scene information from a continuously-projected infrared pattern.

Described by Microsoft personnel as the primary innovation of Kinect, the software technology enables advanced gesture recognition, facial recognition, and voice recognition. According to information supplied to retailers, the Kinect is capable of simultaneously tracking up to six people, including two active players for motion analysis with a feature extraction of 20 joints per player.

According to information supplied to retailers, the Kinect sensor outputs video at a frame rate of 30 Hz, with the RGB video stream at 32-bit color VGA resolution (640×480 pixels), and the monochrome video stream used for depth sensing at 16-bit QVGA resolution (320×240 pixels with 65,536 levels of sensitivity). The Kinect sensor has a practical ranging limit of 1.2–3.5 metres (3.9–11 ft) distance. The sensor has an angular field of view of 57° horizontally and a 43° vertically, while the motorized pivot is capable of tilting the sensor as much as 27° either up or down. The microphone array features four microphone capsules, and operates with each channel processing 16-bit audio at a sampling rate of 16 kHz.

Because the Kinect sensor's motorized tilt mechanism requires more power than can be supplied via the Xbox 360's USB ports, the Kinect sensor features a special connector combining USB communication with additional power. Redesigned "Xbox 360 S" models include special AUX ports for accommodating the connector, whereas older models require a special power supply cable (included with the sensor) which splits the connection into separate USB and power connections, with the USB connecting to the console and the power being supplied from the mains by way of an AC adapter.


The question that remains is about its pricing.. There are some rumors that Microsoft is already planning to cut the price of Kinect gadget from the announced price of $150 to $119.

Let Gadget information know what do you think about this and what are your reviews of Microsoft Kinect Motion Sensor:

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Nokia 5800 Xpress Music

As the days are passing, technology as not letting any stone in its direction unturned, and yes NOKIA 5800 Xpress Music is another example for this.!!!

Here are main features of Nokia 5800 Xpress Music highlighted:

Software platform and user interface

  • S60 5th edition
  • Symbian OS version 9.4
  • Active standby
  • Media Bar
  • Contacts bar

Music and audio playback

  • Nokia Nseries digital music player
    - Playlists
    - 8-band graphical equalizer
    - selection by artist, composers, album and genre
    album graphics display and audio visualisations
    bass booster, stereo widening, loudness
  • Music playback file formats: .mp3, SpMidi, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA
  • Dedicated volume keys & immediate access to Music Player from Media Bar, dedicated music keys in the headset control unit AD-54
  • Stereo FM radio
  • 3.5 mm Nokia AV connector
  • Music Player
  • Nokia Music Manager
  • Nokia Music Store support
  • Nokia Podcasting support
  • Ring tones: 3D stereo ring tones, 64-tone polyphonic, mp3 & video ring tones (3 videos and 9 mp3 songs built-in)
  • Integrated stereo speakers with surround sound (crystal clear hi-fi sound quality with dedicated audio chip)


  • 3.2 megapixel camera (2048 x 1536 pixels)
  • Image formats: JPEG
  • Carl Zeiss optics
  • 3x digital zoom
  • Autofocus
  • Dual LED flash
  • Flash modes: On, off, automatic, red-eye reduction
  • White balance modes: automatic, sunny, cloudy, incandescent, fluorescent
  • Centre weighted auto exposure; exposure compensation: +2 ~ -2EV at 0.5 step
  • Normal, Sepia, Black&White, Vivid, Negative
  • Dedicated camera key
  • Landscape (horizontal) orientation
  • Photo editor on device
  • Direct printing to compatible picture printers


  • MicroSD memory card slot, hot swappable, max. 16 GB
  • 81 MB internal memory
  • 8GB microSD memory card in-box, expandable up to 16GB

To read about detailed specification visit NOKIA 5800 Xpress Music website


After reading above content i must say that it is value for money cell phone and a good allrounder too, but i insist you readers out there to write your reviews and comments here

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Nokia N78 : What the new Nseries has got in its Pocket ???

Another Fascinating handset seen these days is none other then N78 and yes my freinds I personally feel that Nokia N78 is good cell and value for money.

James Burland from Nokia Creative has posted an exceptional video showing a hands-on demo with the N78 from Nokia's Product Managers as part of an article playing off this device against the N96.


Saturday, October 25, 2008

Pocket PCs : What exactly are these ?!?!

A Pocket PC, abbreviated P/PC or PPC, is a hardware specification for a handheld-sized computer (Personal digital assistant) that runs the Microsoft Windows Mobile operating system. It may have the capability to run an alternative operating system like NetBSD, Linux, Android or others. It has many of the capabilities of modern desktop PCs.

Currently there are thousands of applications for handhelds adhering to the Microsoft Pocket PC specification, many of which are freeware. Some of these devices also include mobile phone features. Microsoft compliant Pocket PCs can also be used with many other add-ons like GPS receivers, barcode readers, RFID readers, and cameras.

In 2007, with the advent of Windows Mobile 6, Microsoft dropped the name Pocket PC in favor of a new naming scheme. Devices without an integrated phone are called Windows Mobile Classic devices instead of Pocket PCs. Devices with an integrated phone and a touch screen are called Windows Mobile Professional devices and devices without a touch screen are called Windows Mobile Standard devices.

So according to you what do you think about Pocket PCs, good, bad, anything, just leave your Comments below--->

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Apple Iphone vs Nokia N96

Now that each and every one is familiar with Apple Iphone, lets take closer look at its competitor Nokia N96. Since the launch of Iphone there has been many discrepancies and negative reviews from its users but i must say its is a very stylish and vibrant cell phone one can ever find till date. But as far as features and its comparison with its rival N96 is concerned I guess N96 leads its fanclub.

Lets Compare them:

Apple Iphone positive points vs N96 :

  • Operating System (Mac OS X) is better then Symbian.

  • Browser (safari).

  • Email (displays HTML-Rich, Push IMAP Yahoo, IMAP/POP3).

  • Music Player (iTunes).

  • Touchscreen with multitouch sensors.

  • Processor Speed of 620 MHz better then N96 ( 264 MHz ).

  • Large Screen Size.

  • Battery Talktime of 8hrs and Playback of 24hrs.

  • Spell Checker present which N96 does not have.

  • Proximity Sensor (Turns screen off when put up to your ear) again which N96 lacks.

  • Threaded SMS which N96 lacks.

Nokia N96 positive points vs Apple Iphone:

  • 5 Mega Pixels Camera

  • Dual Led Flash

  • Mobile TV i.e. DVB-H

  • Memory expansion slot ,MICRO SD

  • Replaceable battery which Iphone lacks

  • MMS, IM, Video calling, Video Capture, Voip are features which iPhone doesn't have

  • User can install 3rd Party softwares whereas in Iphone you can not.

  • Video Output to TV

  • Supports Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP)

  • Comes unlocked that is not locked to carrier.

Common Points:

  • Both Comes with 8/16 GB variant

  • Both have Youtube application in common

  • Both have ambient light sensor

If reviews, user-friendly and smooth operation are to be considered , Votes are in lead for N96 but this does not mean iPhone sucks.!
Apple Iphone has its different fan support.

Again I would rate Apple iPhone 4.3 / 5 and Nokia N96 4.6 / 5.

What do you think?

Your comments are awaited the most!

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Major differences between N95 and N96


  • 16GB of integrated memory (as opposed to 8GB for N95 8GB), plus further extensibility via microSD memory card
  • 2.8 inch display with 16 million colours (same as N95 8GB, versus 2.6" display for original N95)
  • Camera flash is a dual-LED in the N96 while it is only a single LED in the N95
  • New audio DSP for improved audio quality and longer playback time
  • New version of Nokia Video Centre
  • Longer music playback time (14 hrs) and video playback time (5 hrs)
  • Windows Media WMV9 video codec is added
  • Hardware acceleration for video codecs for H.264 and WMV (as well as MPEG4 as before)
  • Location tagging (geotagging) of pictures, using the integrated GPS
  • Mobile TV DVB-H receiver is built into N96
  • New release of Nokia Experience Software
    • Maps 2.0 with satellite images, upgrade to pedestrian mode and voice-guided car navigation
    • Internet Radio pre-installed
    • Home Media Solution (sync with DLNA / UPnP devices over WLAN)
    • Online sharing of pictures with plugins for Flickr, Ovi Share and other services (Can be added on N95 with newer version of Share Online Application)
  • S60 3rd Edition is upgraded from Feature Pack 1 to Feature Pack 2
    • Symbian OS is upgraded from version 9.2 to 9.3
    • The Java ME engine is upgraded from MIDP 2.0 to MIDP 2.1
    • User data is preserved when upgrading firmware (This feature is also present on the N95-2 as v21 installs UDP base files)
  • The FM radio is upgraded with RDS
  • Limited graphics acceleration (only for internal apps)
  • N96 is a dual-band HSDPA (900 and 2100 MHz) while N95 was a single band (2100)
  • MicroSD memory card slot (as in original N95, while N95 8GB has no card slot)
  • No need to open the slide for optimal GPS reception
  • New design
    • Landscape-oriented design (landscape oriented speakers, connectors and buttons located optimally for landscape use)
    • Flip-out kickstand
    • Media keys available in all modes (even when slide is closed, for background control of music)
    • Media keys on short side can transform into gaming keys
    • Lockswitch (enables quick lock / unlock of keypad)
    • Thinner and lighter than N95 8GB
  • N-Gage included. About 5 games preloaded and one free game coupon (varies by country).


  • CPU downgraded to ARM9 264MHz for N96 (N95 have Dual 332Mhz ARM11 based CPU)
  • Same battery as original N95 (950 mAh), but the N96 reportedly has a much better battery life using the same battery (Nokia N95 8GB has 1200 mAh)
  • No infra-red port on N96
  • No Hardware 3D graphics accelerator for N96
  • Built-in support for VoIP telephony (and thus cheap Internet Calling) removed from N96 (N95 has Nokia VoIP 2.1)
  • Digital zoom is only x10 on N96, while it's x20 on N95 8GB
  • Camera Lens in the N96 is 2.8/5.2, and in the N95 2.8/5.6 (N95 have more apperture)

Nokia N96

OH MY GOD.!!!!!!
Look at the New Nokia N96, Just one word i must say, "FABULOUS".

Nokia N96 is the newest Nokia smartphone in the Nseries range of products. It is the official successor to Nokia N95.

The handset was publicly announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona 2008, and started selling in September 2008. Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific are the first locations to provide the handset for consumers. The American and Chinese versions are expected shortly thereafter. October 1st is set as the U.K. release date for the N96, although London has a separate date of September 24th when the device will go on sale exclusively at Nokia's flagship stores on Regent Street and at Terminal 5 (Heathrow airport).

Features Of Nokia N96

  • Quad band GSM / GPRS / EDGE: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
  • Dual band UMTS / HSDPA: UMTS 900 / 2100 N96-1 (RM-247, Global), UMTS 850 / 1900 N96-3 (RM-247, Global), no UMTS N96 (RM-297, PR China)
  • 3G and WLAN access (RM-297 variant (PR China only) does not have WCDMA, WLAN and DVB-H).
  • Mobile TV (network-dependent feature).
  • GPS Navigation, map data fetched over mobile datalink or downloaded over the Internet and transferred to the phone over USB.
  • Access to Ovi
  • Instant upload to Flickr, Vox, Yahoo! and Google.
  • Full-HTML browser.
  • Symbian OS v9.3 S60 3.2 Edition, user interface.
  • 16 GB of internal flash memory.
  • Memory expandable to up to 48 GB with 32 GB microSD/microSDHC cards (maximum available card storage capacity 16GB/32GB (once released in 2009) ).
  • 2-way slide, as in Nokia N95.
  • 5-megapixel camera, Carl Zeiss optics.
  • High quality VGA camera in front of the phone, for video calling and self-portrait use.
  • Double LED flash for the camera.
  • Pre-bundled with WaveSecure in India variant
  • Plays music files, and lets you download easily via Nokia Web.
  • Allows high-quality video calling using 3G
  • A built-in motion sensor that can automatically rotate the screen when tilted as on the Nokia N82.