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Samsung Galaxy S5 vs. iPhone 5S vs. LG G Pro 2


Samsung new Galaxy S5 has finger print login,heart rate monitor and 16 MP camera with flash.. We compare the new phone with two of its top competitors, LG’s newly announced G Pro 2, and the wildly popular iPhone 5S. Take a look at the specs below and decide for yourself which phone fits your needs.

February 25, 2014 Posted by | My Gadgets, My Intrests | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Samsung India launch of two new dual sim handsets (B-5722 and Duos 259)


Samsung India today announced a fresh thrust on its Dual SIM business by introducing two new Dual SIM handsets in the market –B 5722 Dual SIM GSM + GSM touch screen phone and Duos 259, a Dual SIM CDMA + GSM multimedia phone. The two new launches will strengthen the Company’s Dual SIM offering to 6 handsets, including GSM and CDMA segments.

“Consumers are showing a growing preference for Dual SIM phones both in the GSM as well as the CDMA space. We are working at catering to this growing consumer need by introducing new differentiated Dual SIM handsets that come with the unique Samsung advantage of Dual Active mode” states Ranjit Yadav, Director –Mobile & IT. The Dual Active Mode implies that both the SIMs are active all the times. For example, if a user is talking to someone on SIM 1 and gets a call on SIM 2, then he/she will be able to see the person who is calling and can accept the call on SIM 2.

According to a release the just launched B-5722 GSM + GSM Dual SIM Active Phone, comes with a dedicated SIM switching key and a 7.11 cm (2.8″) Full Touch Screen. Given the growing consumer preference to chat and access SNS on their mobiles, the Samsung B-5722 comes with SNS Quick Links and Instant Messenger (IM). The Dual Sim phone comes with advanced features like Stereo FM with recording, 1200 mAH Battery with a talk time of up to 13.4 hours, supports external memory up to 8GB and comes with Advanced Mobile Tracker feature. It is priced at Rs.10,650 /-.

The Duos 259 is a GSM + CDMA Dual SIM Active phone that comes with a 5.58cm( 2.2″) screen, 262K colour TFT display, 1.3MP Camera, Stereo FM Radio with recording, a powerful 1140mAH Battery and SD card support upto 8 GB. It is priced at Rs.7799 /-. With the new launches today, Samsung range of Dual SIM handsets across both GSM and CDMA technologies is priced in the range between Rs.4620 /- to Rs.10,650 /-. “We are looking at the Dual SIM handsets contributing up to 15% of our total handset volumes this year” states Yadav.

In view of the growing preference of Indian consumers towards downloading applications and customizing them to meet their needs, Samsung has hosted a Java application store on Samsung Fun club, the site for popular games, music, ringtones, free content, wallpapers and videos.

With approximately 3 million unique users who access the site through both WAP and Web, the Java application store is designed to tap this user base and offer them more downloadable versions of their favorite applications on their mobiles.

Currently users can download from 40 applications, and Samsung India is closely with the developer community to work on these applications which range from – Communication (IP & VOIP), Messaging, Entertainment, Personal Finance, Lifestyle, Learning, Social Networking to Maps on Mobile and Mobile Internet.

The applications are available for top selling models of Samsung phones like Corby series, Metro, Star series and even the Dual SIM phones. “We plan to add at least 10 more applications on Samsung Fun Club by the end of this month” states Yadav. The Company plans to introduce its proprietary Bada platform in the country in Quarter 2 and will be working with Indian developers to develop applications for the same.

March 19, 2010 Posted by | My Gadgets | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Samsung Wave Will Be First Bada Phone



  • Samsung WaveAt this week’s Mobile World Congress, South Korean electronics giant Samsung formally unveiled the Samsung Wave, the company’s first phone based on its own Bada smartphone operating system. The Wave features a 3.3-inch AMOLED display, an integrated Social Hub for social networking and communications features, and Samsung’s own TouchWiz 3.0 user interface for a slick look at feel. Plus, under the hood the phone features a lightning fast 1 GHz processor, tons of memory, and multitasking to provide users with a very flexible mobile experience. The Wave is due to start shipping in April…but the question is whether the world is really ready to embrace yet another mobile device platform with Bada.

Samsung Wave

“The Samsung Wave truly demonstrates our commitment to deliver rich, connected, and innovative smartphone experiences to everyone,” said Samsung Electronics mobile communications chief JK Shin, in a statement. “For the first time, developers have the freedom to create applications across multiple platforms, for consumption on a huge range of devices. In the Wave, our developer partners can see the ocean of opportunity that is offered by the bada mobile platform and our device technology.”

The Wave will feature a snappy 1GHz processor and an 800 by 480-pixel 3.3-inch AMOLED display using the same DNIe (Digital Natural Image engine) technology Samsung uses in its TVs. The phone will also sport Samsung’s TouchWiz 3.0 interface with a fully customizable home page, and a Social Hub that can tie into Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking services. The Wave all also support a variety of video formats (DivX, XviD, MP4, and WMV are all on tap) along with 5.1 surround sound; the Wave will also pack Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity (which Samsung claims will be a world’s first) along with 802.11n Wi-Fi. Users will be able to download apps from yet another app store (Samsung Apps).

The Wave will also sport a 5 megapixel camera (with smile detection, panorama capability, and in-camera image editing), an integrated GPS and FM receiver, 2 GB of flash storage plus microSD removable storage.

Samsung hasn’t announced pricing information for the Wave, but promises it will be available globally in April 2010. Initial specs have the Wave riding HSDPA 900/2100 (850 in Australia() and quad-band EDGE/GPRS.

February 16, 2010 Posted by | My Gadgets | , , , , , , , | 3 Comments