What more can Apple iPhone 8 Plus offer as compared to Apple iPhone 8? If this question has been on your mind then we have the answers for you.
Phone 8 Plus Vs. iPhone 8
- iPhone 8 Plus comes with a 5.5” (diagonal) widescreen LCD multi-touch display with IPS if compared to iPhone 8.
- iPhone 8 Plus has 1920*1080 pixel resolution at 401ppi and also has 1300:1 of contrast ratio(typical).
- iPhone 8 Plus is larger in size as compared to iPhone 8 i.e. 158.4mm (6.24”) and having 78.1mm (3.07”) width.
- The depth of iPhone 8 Plus is more than iPhone 8 that is 7.5mm (0.30”).
- iPhone 8 Plus is 202 grams (7.13 ounces) in weight.
- It has 12 MP wide angle and telephoto camera with a wide-angle: f/2.8 aperture as well as telephoto: f/2.8 aperture.
- It has optical zoom along with digital zoom up to 10x.
- iPhone 8 Plus has a portrait mode as well as portrait lightning (beta) mode.
- Video recording in iPhone 8 Plus has an optical zoom and the digital zoom of up to 6x.
- Power and the Battery in iPhone 8 Plus lasts for about the same time as iPhone 7 Plus.
- iPhone 8 Plus offers a wireless talk time of up to 21 hours, Internet use of up to 13 hours and Audio playback (wireless) of up to 60 hours as compared to iPhone 8.
Remaining all features have been kept the same in iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Both have same color and capacity variant.
If you are planning to buy iPhone 8 Plus instead of iPhone 8 for the above-mentioned pluses then it would come for an additional cost of £100. iPhone 8 has been launched with a price of £699 and iPhone 8 Plus costs £799.
Now that Samsung Note 8 is about to hit the Android market, Samsung fans are perplexed whether they would opt for The Note 8 or go with the Galaxy S8 instead. Wondering which device should you spend your money on? Here is all you need to know!
Now that Samsung Note 8 is about to hit the Android market, Samsung fans are perplexed whether they would opt for The Note 8 or go with the Galaxy S8 instead. Wondering which device should you spend your money on? Here is all you need to know!With its attractive design, improved camera and blistering performance, the Galaxy S8 could be getting some strong competition and wait; we are not talking about Apple’s iPhone 8. If rumours are to be believed, the flagship phone will include exclusive features which are not available on the Samsung Galaxy S8.
So, what’s new on the Samsung Note 8 and should you even wait before splashing your money?Two of the most essential things that buyers should take into consideration at first are the camera experience and screen size. It is these two key areas where Samsung will be improving with the Note 8. Users can get three cameras on the back which will deliver numerous neat features. As far as the screen size is concerned, fans need to wait till further updates.
Prices When Reviewed
Galaxy Note 8 – around £920
Galaxy S8 – around £689
Specifications And Features
|Specifications||Galaxy Note 8||Galaxy S8|
|Performance||Octa Core||Quad Core|
|Memory||6GB RAM||6GB RAM|
|Display||5.7 inches||5.7 inches|
|Internal Memory||64GB||64 GB|
|Expandable Memory||Up to 256 GB||Up to 2 TB|
|OS||Android 7.0 Noughat||Android 7.0 Noughat|
|Colours||Gold, Silver, Black, Blue||Gold|
|Screen Resolution||1080 × 2048 pixels||2160 × 3840 pixels|
|Screen Protection||Corning Gorilla Glass v5, Scratch-resistant glass||Corning Gorilla Glass v4|
|Flash||No||Yes. Dual Colour LED flash|
|Chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 835||Qualcomm Snapdragon 830|
Now, it’s time for you to decide which smartphone to opt for! Hurry up!
Both the new releases of the Moto series are nearly of the same specifications and prices. The Plus version of the C series has an improved screen resolution and battery. Here are the latest news of the Moto C and C Plus.
Release Date: Both the phones were announced to be available at the beginning of spring, which is very soon.
Price: Moto C will be priced around £89.99 SIM Free and the C Plus will cost approximately £109.99.
Moto C, Moto C Plus Features & Specifications:
Display: The Moto C will have 5.0in FWVGA display and a resolution of 854×480, whereas the C Plus will HD display with 1280×720 resolution and GFM, with the same screen size.
Design: Both the phones will be available in red, black and gold colours, with curved edges.
Camera & Battery: Moto C will have a 5Mp rear camera, video recording HD@30fps, VGA@30fps and 2Mp front camera with selfie flash. The Plus version will have an 8Mp camera, video recording HD@30fps, VGA@30fps and the same front camera.
The C and C plus will have 2350mAh and 4000mAh non-removable battery respectively.
OS & Power: It is powered with MTK 6737M 64-bit quad-core 1.1GHz processor with 1 GB RAM and the Moto C Plus will run in MediaTek MT6737 64-bit quad-core 1.3GHz processor with either 1 or 2 GB RAM.
Other Features: Both the Moto C and C Plus will have 16GB built-in memory that is expandable by up to 32GB MicroSD. The Bluetooth is same for both the handsets i.e., 4.2, and so is the 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi. The weight of the handsets is different. C weighs 154g and the C Plus 162g. Both has 3.5mm audio jack. The best upgrade of the latest C series is the battery, which is expected to give a backup of more than two days.
Samsung’s Galaxy A5 2017 Smartphone is bang among Samsung’s series offerings that is recently launched in the UK with more refined features. Galaxy A5 an impressive mid-range phone is a lookalike of Galaxy S7.
Let’s find out the features of the new brand sleek phone.
Quality & Design:
It’s easy to fall in love with the fantastic looking handset, Galaxy A5 2017. It a sleeker design model with curved rear edges. It’s less slippery and fits perfectly in the hand.
The device measures 146.1×7.14mm and is available in four spellbind colours Black, Gold, Peach Cloud, and a new Blue, each gives different look.Prize and Availability:
Galaxy S7 lookalike comes at a significantly lower price and is available at online stores.
IP68 water and dust protection:
An IP68 certified Galaxy A5 provides the resistivity to both water and dust.
This brand new handset comes with the Super AMOLED technology that features very sharp screen and has a 5.2-inch display with full HD resolution of 1920X10180-Pixel, translating to a density of only 424ppi.
Galaxy A5 camera is a perfect one for the smart shoot and selfie clicks. This handset comes with 16MP front-facing and rear-facing cameras. It comprises a brighter aperture of f/1.9 and real-time filters that are a solid performer overall.
Samsung Galaxy A5 is powered by 3000mAh non-removable battery and offers full day Battery life, though depends on how often the phone is used.
Performance – Processor & Operating System:
Galaxy A5 runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and is powered by 1.9GHz Octa-core Exynos processor in order to improve the performance of the device.
RAM allocation of the device is increased to 3GB.
Galaxy A5 phone packs 32GB of the internal storage that can be expanded up to 256GB using MicroSD cards. Galaxy A5 2017, a mid-range phone is a really attractive proposition.
Who doesn’t know about the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus?
For a long time now, the two smartphones have been in the rumors mills. A stockpile of rumors has surfaced online highlighting the overall designs, forms and specifications of Huawei’s upcoming devices. On February 26, at its Mobile World Conference (MWC) event, Huawei was all set to announce the P10 smartphone. Now, another shot played by Huawei is the launch of P10 Plus as well in Barcelona at the sidelines of MWC 2017. The next step after the announcement was made public and adding spice is the P10 and P10 Plus handsets’ leaked images that are making their way to the social media.
In the leaked renders of the new Huawei P10 Plus, the smartphone can be witnessed featuring dual-curved display. It is expected to come with 5.5-inch Quad HD display and Kirin 960 chipset. With almost similar innards, Huawei might do a Samsung creation by launching a dual-curved edge screen. The Huawei P10 Plus leaked press materials also claim that it will feature a fingerprint scanner at the back side, corroborating earlier rumors. There will be an 8MP selfie shooter, front camera and a 12MP Leica-branded dual-rear camera component.In addition to all of this, the smartphone will sport 4GB and 6GB RAM of speed options with three storage variants – 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB memory units. Ahead of the official unveiling, the handset has been leaked in black color, but the reports claim that it will be offered in other color options as well. The smartphone will run Android 7.0 Nougat and is backed by a Non-removable Li-Ion 3500 mAh battery, fuelling the phone with support for USB microUSB 2.0.
So, what’s more?
With the launch of Huawei P10 and P10 Plus smartphones, Huawei’s MWC event shall also witness the launch of Huawei Watch 2.
MWC 2017 is around the corner. It will start on 27th February and you’re going to see many great new products in store after that. Here we will discuss what you can expect from all mobile brands including Sony, Samsung, LG, Huawei, HTC and more.
We are already quite sure that LG will showcase its new G6 at MWC 2017. Even the company is thinking about introducing its new Android Wear smartwatches as well in a tie-up with Google.
We are quite confused about Sony X series smartphones. If we go with the leak, we can predict that Sony is going to launch 5 devices at the show. We would still like to see the Xperia XZ and want Sony to unveil the Xperia Z5 or Z6.
In terms of Samsung, we are not very sure about what the firm will do at MWC. As per its announcement of HTC U Ultra and U-Play, we can predict to see the HTC 11.
So many people are waiting to see the new flagship phone 2017 of Huawei. It has scheduled a press conference on 26th February and we predict that it will launch the Huawei P10 on that day. The company could also surprise us by launching a new tablet or a Huawei Watch 2 with Android Wear 2.0.
Nokia, Motorola, Microsoft and Xiaomi:
Plenty more phones can be expected at MWC 2017. Both Nokia and Motorola have already sent out invites. Motorola is tipped to introduce the Moto G5 and Nokia might launch a tablet and a P1 phone with a Snapdragon 835. Even, we might ultimately meet the long-rumoured Microsoft Surface Phone. We are also looking for other devices like Xiaomi MI 6.
So, are you excited about the MWC 2017? What are your expectation and prediction? Feel free to share with us.
Completely new details found regarding Galaxy A5 (2017). The 2017 variant of Samsung, i.e. Galaxy A5 unveiling the pricing as well as specifications of it along with the press renders which are already leaked online.
In accordance with the most recent leak, the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) is anticipated to feature a 5.2-inch full HD screen and Samsung’s own Exynos 7880 chip sporting an Octa-core processor with the clock speed of 1.9GHz, paired with 3GB of RAM. Both primary and front-facing selfie cameras are predicted to be of 16MP. Possibly, a large 3000mAh battery will power the phone, which will of 7.8mm thickness also. These all reports are still now found on the web.
The all-new Samsung flagship A5 (2017) variant will reportedly cost nearly 2,699 Yuan or €371. The EU suggested the retail price be €449. And China is going to be the first possible market for getting the smartphone when it becomes available on the market, albeit there is no word on the official introduction till now.
Furthermore, the leaked press renders recommend that the handset would be available in 4 colour variants such as gold, pink, black and blue. In accordance with SamMobile, the blue coral variant would be highly on demand. Very recently the firmware for the Galaxy A5 (2017) also got leaked on the web. The firmware comprised of 8 system wallpapers.
The advancement of the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) has been an open mystery for lots of months presently, ever since it was marked in some import listings and benchmarks back in August. After that, we have found the smartphone receiving Bluetooth certification, leaked in video and renders and receiving Wi-Fi certification as well, starring in a review video and simply having its specifications leaked. Thereby, hopefully, at this point, its official declaration is forthcoming, as this was simply one of the most leaked mobile phones of the year. The Galaxy A5 (2017) has been rumoured for going on sale in the European markets possibly in mid-January.
The future is not ready for coming just yet. Apple has declared that its AirPods, the wireless headphones which the company was set to launch this month, are not ready.
The AirPods were first revealed alongside the iPhone 7 at an event previous month. And the two belonged to the same pitch – only as Apple had done with removing the headphone jack, the AirPods were meant for signaling that the company was prepared for the wireless future.
The AirPods created from the ground up for the new vision of listening of Apple. Not just do they not have wires for plugging into the phone, but also they do not have wires between them either – comprising of 2 little bits of plastic which plug into every ear.
In addition, playing music wirelessly from a mobile, the headphones have specific hardware which enables them connecting to other devices like Apple watches or Macs if they are in range.
However, presently Apple has said that the new wireless earphones are not ready and so will not be going on sale this month.
An Apple spokesperson said that the previous response to AirPods has been great. They do not believe in shipping an item before it is ready and they require a little more time before AirPods are prepared for their clients.
It is still unclear what is wrong with the earphones or when they will be launched.
The news arrives at an intense time for Apple. It was declared just a day before Apple unveils its new MacBook – an event which some thought would add the launch of the AirPods, too – and early after Apple declared its worst outcomes in fifteen years.
As of now, some previous versions of the AirPods have been given out to the journalists. It does not appear that any of these review units have undergone substantial problems.
BlackBerry has declared that it is going to stop making its own signature phones as the struggling organisation is continuously targeting its software and security products. This is quite far from the end of BlackBerry devices, the building of which is going to be outsourced to the third-party makers – as was the case with the organisation’s latest DTEK 50, a clone of Idol 4 of Alcatel with the BlackBerry branding.
In a statement, John Chen, the CEO said that the company planned to end every internal hardware development and would be going to outsource that particular function to the partners. He also added that the company would be meeting an inflectional point with their methods. Their financial foundation was always powerful and their focus on software would be taking hold.
If we consider the on-going struggle of BlackBerry in the mobile market, then this is not at all amazing news. Gartner guesses that the company proclaimed only 0.1% of the market in the 2nd quarter, balancing to sales of nearly 400,400 units.
However, although BlackBerry is going to cease the internal hardware development, this does not mean that this is the end of BlackBerry as a customer tech company. The company has only been trying to cover its retreat, aiming just governments and businesses and maintaining its reputation for the purpose of security.
Chen actually took control of the weak manufacturer charged with bringing it back to financial health. Earlier also he stated that the company’s one and only target would be on enterprise software and proclaimed in May 2016 that he would get the information by September 2016 whether or not the company would continue designing and building its own signature phones.
BlackBerry possibly could partner with big name partners, and so probably its every device will be aimed at a small number of business users.