Samsung Galaxy J7 LTE 16GB
The Galaxy J7 houses an octa core Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 MSM8939 system on a chip. Its CPU runs at 1.4 GHz, which is a bit higher than average for a phone's CPU. 1.5 GB of RAM means that it has more memory than an average smartphone, which will boost overall phone peformance.
Obviously, Acer is making a lot of noise about the octa-core 1.7GHz processor. While no one at the Acer stand was forthcoming about the manufacturer, my colleague Aloysius Low assures me it's a MediaTek processor. It's rounded out with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, along with a 13-megapixel camera. The camera also has a 0.3 second focus time and motion tracking.
One particularly neat software trick from Acer is the Zoom Fit, built for people who complain that phones are getting too big. By holding down the home button and dragging it off to the left, you can Zoom Fit, which immediate resizes your screen interface to 4-inches. You can then reposition the smaller interface anywhere on the 5.7-inch screen that you like. It's a bit odd, but it's meant to convert the X1 for one-handed operation.
If the Liquid Z500 is a cheap smartphone, it still has a 5-inch screen quality with IPS technology, which offers very good viewing angles. With a definition of 720 x 1280 pixels, it has a very good contrast (1258: 1) and acceptable brightness (302 cd / m²). This is however not the only smartphone with this kind of flattering screen. Navigating the Android 4.4 system interface proves enjoyable with good responsiveness of the device and the Acer UI overlay adds a rather pleasant wave effect to the home screen with direct access to four applications (phone, SMS, web browser, camera). We also liked the fluidity of navigation in Web pages. As for the sound from the speakers and DTS Studio Sound enhancement system, it is not bad but is cold and lacks bass. In this area, the smartphone does not equal the quality of the HTC One M8. Note that the DTS control panel to adjust the bass and treble, or even select a preset EQ Mode (rock, jazz, pop, etc.).
The Galaxy Note 5, as expected, features an aluminum and glass design near identical to that which debuted on the Galaxy S6 earlier this year, and it will be available in black, white, gold and silver models.
One difference is that the Galaxy Note 5's chassis comes with a slot for Samsung's S Pen stylus, allowing users to doodle and note-make on the smartphone's display, and it's unsurprisngly bigger than its S6 sibling, measuring in at 7.6mm thick and tipping the scales at 171g. Typically, there's a fingerprint scanner baked into the Note 5's home button.
Speaking of which, the Galaxy Note 5 features a 5.7in 2440x1560 QHD Super AMOLED display at its forefront, the same size as the screen on last year's model.
Under the hood you'll find Samsung's own own 64-bit octa-core Exynos 7420 processor based on a 14nm architecture and 4GB RAM. The device will ship with either 32GB or 64GB storage built-in, with Samsung opting against adding a 128GB model. This likely will disappoint many - especially given that the handset, unlike the Galaxy Note 4, doesn't have a microSD slot.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ is the supersized alternative to the S6 Edge. Boasting a full metal-and-glass construction, it is a delight to look at. The slim handset features a rounded screen with thin edges and can be held comfortably in one hand. The S6 Edge+ models a 5.7 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with a QHD (2560 x 1440p) screen resolution. Supporting multitouch functionality, the screen packs a massive 518 pixels per inch of the screen allowing for stunningly clear visuals. Also, it features Corning Gorilla Glass 4 back panel protection that is capable of deterring bumps and scratches.
The Galaxy S6 Edge+ features a powerful Exynos chipset that is energy-efficient, reducing heat and power consumption. It features a 7420 Octa-core CPU with four 2.1GHz core and four 1.5GHz core processors. With regards to memory, the phablet has a 4 GB RAM that enables extraordinarily fast multitasking and app processing while the present storage has Android OS, v5.1.1 (Lollipop) pre-installed. In terms of camera optics, it has f/1.9 16-megapixel rear camera with OIS, Face Detection, AutoHDR, and a 5-megapixel front snapper. The device’s 3,000mAh battery can be charged at exceptional speeds with a fast-charging option using a cable. Also, Samsung Pay is on board to let you use the device as a credit card almost anywhere in the world.
Other notable features include- WiFi , MIMO, Bluetooth 4.2 LE, ANT+, USB 2.0, NFC, Location (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou), Accelerometer, Proximity, RGB Light, Geo-magnetic, Gyro, Fingerprint, Barometer, Hall, HRM, and 3000 mAh Li-ion battery.
Take a break from bulky smartphones – the Samsung E1200 is a great alternative if you're looking for a low maintenance, yet highly functional phone with a much longer battery life. Presenting a great colour display and anti-dust keypad, the Samsung E1200 will keep you in touch with your loved ones without causing a bomb in your wallet.
One of the best traits you can find in the Samsung E1200's modern outlook is definitely its lightweight and compact design. It has a unique scalloped surface that the back, promoting better hand grip for prolonged use and avoiding fatigue so you can hold it comfortably while you're handling an important phone call.
With an intuitive 5-way navigation key, the Samsung E1200 centralizes all your favourite functions into a single touch of a button. This makes the phone easy to use, and better yet, you don't have to take even a glimpse of it to know what's going on! This phone is also equipped with a rubber anti-dust keypad to maintain a clean look all the time.
Enjoy viewing your contacts list, messages and simple applications with the Samsung E1200's clear LCD TFT display. The generously sized screen enables you to read your text messages even more clearly than before so you don't never need to squint. With an improved user interface and improved layout, using the Samsung E1200 is simple like cake.
Samsung E1200 supports MIDI audio format as well as MP3 ringtones to alert you of incoming calls and messages. The sound is purely clear and loud so you won't miss a thing. This enables a more powerful battery performance so you can access a more powerful battery daily life with longer talk time and longer usage between charges.
UP YOUR SPEED TO 4G.
With its up-to-the-minute features, including 4G and quad-core processing, plus clean design and 5" display, you might think you'd have to break the bank for the Lenovo A606 smartphone. Far from it. In fact, with dual cameras (8MP rear, 2MP front) and built-in apps, the A606 represents exceptional value.
5" Wide-view Display
Whether you’re gaming, messaging, watching videos, or simply surfing the net, the Lenovo A606 smartphone's 5" screen makes everything more entertaining. It also has in-plane switching (IPS) for nearly 180° of wide-angle viewing and, with its ergonomic, rounded shape, the A606 sits comfortably in your hand.
The A606 supports high-speed LTE (4G) networks for the fastest data connectivity making websites, apps, and games reach their full potential.
Android 4.4 (KitKat) OS
Android™4.4 takes system performance to an all-time high by optimizing memory and improving your touchscreen so that it responds faster and more accurately than ever before. This means that you can listen to music while browsing the web, or race down the highway with the latest hit game, all without a hitch.
Quad Core Processing
The A606 smartphone's 1.3GHz quad core processor helps to make multitasking faster, enables the Android OS to run smoother and delivers a more fluid gaming & video experience.
Integrated Front and Rear Cameras
The A606's 8MP auto-focus camera with LED flash captures sharp, clear photos and video. What’s more, the front camera makes video chatting easy and fun for you & your friends.
Fast Internet Access
With its HSPA+ connectivity and download speeds of 21 Mbps, the A606 gives you instant access to your online social networks, videos, music, and more.
Acer Liquid Z205 is a smartphone aimed at the low-end. Acer Liquid Z205 offers standard specifications can indeed be said and not so special, but the use of two speakers with clear audio makes the smartphone Acer Liquid Z205 into music that should be tested, with a tiny dimension so the smartphone is an easy and comfortable grip with one hand.
The Liquid Z220, as Acer has been keen to point out, is its first smartphone to ship running Google’s Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system - trumping the similarly-priced Honor Holly. This equips the budget smartphone with all of the latest Android features, such as Google’s card-based multitasking menu and revamped Notifications. Acer has also left the UI of the smartphone largely untouched - which means the Z220 comes rocking Google’s new Material Design language, albeit difficult to appreciate on the low-quality display.