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With the official unveiling of the Samsung's new flagships, namely the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge yesterday at MWC, the round of leaks, rumors and speculations have been put aside. From what we know about these smartphones, it's evident that Samsung has learnt the lesson, rather late though. Finally,...

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The Android One program was announced back in June 2014 Google I/O by Sundar Pichai, the head of Google's Android. The aim behind introducing devices branded under Android One was to address competitive markets that are price sensitive by offering low-end smartphones with pretty good specs around $100. The program was first launched...

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Android is the most popular operating system for mobile devices globally and to a great extent, its popularity depends on the possibilities of customization it offers. Android users are privileged to have millions of free and paid apps at their disposal to enhance and improve their experience. Moreover, if...

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A mobile phone without cellular network is like a body without soul, and a smartphone without data connection is pretty much like a body without flesh and blood. Today, we depend more and more on our phones and tablets for using surfing the web and communicating on the social...

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Later last year, a company named OnePlus announced its first flagship device, the One. The OnePlus One was extremely hyped, and after its release, it was totally worth the wait. The OnePlus One packs beastly specifications at a highly affordable price bracket. Some of its highlights are that it...

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Mobile phones are primarily associated with making and receiving calls. However, with simple phones becoming smartphones, things have radically changed. More than anything, people now find themselves more engaged in using the internet and spending time on the social media sites. Priorities have been shifting but communication and infotainment...

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Later last year, Google announced its latest, and the most anticipated version of Android, which was know as 'Android L' for a very long time. But, after its final release, it was named Lollipop, which was quite obvious. Before its initial release, people made all kinds of concepts about...

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If you're a daily Android user, you may have precious data stored on your device such as pictures, videos, or important documents. Most of the Android devices let the users expand their device's memory with an external SD Card. So, if your phone gets damaged, your data stored in the...

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Previously, people used to carry their data in floppy disks. Then came CD's, and then Pen Drives. Slowly and slowly people realized that they could buy an SD Card for their Android device, and store all of the important data in it. Some people have important data like contacts,...

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Android wear is still crawling on four legs but looking at the great success of the wearable devices, we believe that it has the potential to take over the smartphone market in the foreseeable future. Currently, only a bunch of Android wear devices are available in the market, most...