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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

XIAOMI REDMI NOTE 3 FULL REVIEW CHECK IT OUT

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is a sequel to the popular Redmi Note series and does just about justice to the name of the product line and the company that is known for low-cost smartphones. Launched at a price of Rs. 9999 for the 2G RAM and 16 GB Storage variant and 11,999 for the 3GB RAM and 32 GB Storage option, the smartphone will be sold exclusively on the company’s website and e-commerce retailer Amazon till it becomes more readily available in offline channels.
Redmi Note 3 on Amazon....

BUILD QUALITY AND DESIGN :--

With an all-metal build, the Chinese origin smartphone has outdone its previous visions. Anodised and sandblasted aluminum make up for most of its outer covering along with a protection glass which has not been named.
Design wise the phone follows the legacy of Xiaomi, the front is flat with no buttons, and the fingerprint sensor is placed at the back, identical in size and just below the camera module, giving the whole design a sense of completion. The form factor of the smartphone is great and thanks to the rounded back edges it fits ever so nicely in the hand. The speaker sits at the back, a not so prime position for sound. However, a small wedge on the back of the smartphone allows for the phone to sit slightly higher on the table, allowing sound to escape, albeit still not perfectly but better than if it were laying flat on the table.
So its like other mi smartfones.  And have a nice look..

HARDWARE:--

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 has all the makings of a Rs. 10000 smartphone. A new Snapdragon 650 chipset, 2/3 GB RAM options, expandable storage via MicroSD and a good set of cameras with wide lenses and an f2.0 aperture.

DISPLAY :--

Thanks to the new chipset and price drop in tech, the 1920 x1080p display is great and lag free. You also get a good enough chipset to run all your multimedia, which looks great on this display. The display has good viewing angles and a great outdoor visibility thanks to various display modes.
You will also get a reading mode which sort of, like Apple’s “Time Shift” mode, kills the blue in your screen to help you read better.
Video playback is buttery smooth, and the speaker does a decent enough job. However, external audio devices will do you better as with most smartphones.
So the disply is outstanding ...

CAMERA :--

It has 16 mp rear camera and 5mp front camera.The camera on the Redmi Note 3 is brilliant for the class of smartphone, and you will get an excellent depth of field and great bokeh. The camera focuses quickly and has great light detection. You will also get decent low light pictures thanks to the wide aperture on the lens of the camera.
The front camera is perfect for pictures, and you will almost always get good results. The video, on the other hand, is not all that great, the lack of any stabilization will make the video shaky. Also, the phone’s camera app does not natively record 4k video even though the likes of the LeEco 1s do. There are workarounds if you want 4k video. But, they are not recommended for the chipset.

PERFORMANCE :--

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, offers excellent performance in its class of smartphones. With Antutu crossing 70k easily on benchmark scores the device keeps its own in this highly competitive price bracket.
The overall UI is fast and responsive and offers a good day to day usage scenario. Multitasking works great and app optimization, as well as RAM optimization, works well on the Redmi Note 3.
Gaming is good too, with most games working flawlessly on the 3GB variant, which is recommended if you intend to do gaming a lot.
The fingerprint scanner which sits right under the camera is extremely fast and quick to unlock the device. The scanner rarely ever fails and will almost always get an unlock or help you click a picture. The MiUi software also allows you to encrypt folders using the rear fingerprint scanner, which can come in handy for those “A” rated apps and of course sensitive information.

BATTERY :--

Note 3 offers LTE across India, on both the cards, while you can also pop in a MicroSD card in case you choose to do that.
The phone call capability is good, and overall network performance is at par within the category. You will also get good audio during calls whether incoming or outgoing.
Battery life is longer than expected, with a massive 4050 mAh battery you will get true to work one day of use without any compromises. Despite the battery being large, the chipset is designed to handle battery management well.
Talk Time: 6 Hours
Wireless Usage: 8 Hours
Music: 19 Hours
Gaming and Video: 10 Hours

Overall xiaomi redmi note3 is a good budget smartphone and have all of specification you want.. a must buy smartphone..

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Lenovo k3 note full review - good to buy? Must read it

LENOVO K3 NOTE runs on the Android operating system, which is currently the most popular platform on the market. Given that the phone is only a year old, it should be able to run the most recent apps and software just fine. Vibe, by Lenovo, runs on top of Android



LENOVO K3 NOTE KEY SPECIFICATIONS:-


5.5-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) display with 178-degree wide viewing angle, 400 nits brightness
1.7 GHz Octa-core MediaTek MT6752 processor with Mali-T760 MP2 GPU
2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, expandable memory up to 32GB with microSD
Android 5.0 (Lollipop) with Vibe UI
Dual SIM (4G + 4G)
13MP rear camera with dual-tone LED flash
5MP front-facing camera
Dimensions: 152.6x 76×7.99mm; Weight: 150g
Dolby ATMOS
4G LTE / 3G HSPA+, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS
3000mAh (Typical) battery / 2900mAh
CAMERA:-


The K3 Note has a 13 megapixel rear (primary) camera, which will produce high quality photos. Its 5 megapixel front camera makes it a good selfie phone. It can capture 1080p high definition video with its primary camera, which is second only to 4K in terms of recording quality.
The camera's max lens aperture size on the Lenovo K3 Note is about average for smartphones. This isn't a huge factor, but some photo enthusiasts may prefer larger apertures for shallow depth of field photos, or fast action shots.




DISPLAY:-


The K3 Note has a 5.5 inch display, which is a little larger than an average phone released in 2015. Because its screen is over 5.3 inches, this phone also qualifies as aphablet. This also means that for most users, the phone will be difficult to use with one hand when compared to phones with smaller screens.
The screen has a resolution of 1,920 pixels by 1,080 pixels, making it a 1080p HD screen. Display sharpness can be measured in the density of pixels per square inch of screen, and at 401 PPI, it's 1.5 times sharper than the average phone released in 2015...




BATTERY :-


The K3 Note has an advertised talk time of 36 hours, significantly longer than 10 hours, the average of phones also released in 2015. In terms of battery capacity, which is the actual electric charge the battery holds, this phone can hold 3,000 mAh, an above average battery capacity for a smartphone released in 2015....
Battery Capacity Compared





DESIGN :-
The phone's plastic body is 152.60 mm high, 76.20 mm wide, and has a depth of 7.99 mm, 10% thinner than an average smartphone released in 2015. In fact, it's thin enough to have a case and still be thinner than an average phone.
With a weight of 150 grams, its weight is about average for a smartphone of its size. The phone has a large battery for its size, which weighs it down.





Processor :-


The K3 Note houses an octa core Media Tek MT6752 system on a chip. Its CPU runs at 1.7 GHz, which is much higher than average for a smartphone processor.
With 2 gigabytes of RAM, the K3 Note has
more memory than an average smartphone from 2015.



STORAGE:-



Acceptable Storage Size
The base model of the K3 Note has 16 GB of internal storage, which is sub-par for storing music and video, compared to other 2015 phones. Fortunately, there are other storage size options, or you can cheaply expand its storage by as much as 32 GB with a microSD card.



PICK OR KICK? :-

Finally  i want to say u.. this phone is good for those who want power storage and look.. this is not a good fon for those who loves camera..

Xiaomi Mi 5 review – chack it out

The Xiaomi Mi 5 has finally been launched in the Indian markets for rs. 24,999. This handset houses the snapdragon 820 quad core processor and is packed with 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM. Indian customers were expecting a lower price but is it still worth the price? take a look................



Mi 5 Unboxing

Content : Mi 5, user manual, warranty card, data cable (USB Type C), travel charger fast charger 12V  – 1.5A. Earphone is not included. This is bad thing for indian user. they always wants headsets.

Design

This handset has got a unique design. It’s  a combination of metal and 3D glass. The rear panel comes with a curved glass layer. Even the side are not completely flat in fact they are curved at an angle, this includes the buttons / SIM tray too.
The design makes it more conformable to hold and operate. The second thing that one would notice is the handset weight with battery – it’s just 131 grams. Dimensions are 69.20 x 144.56 x 7.19(mm).
Power button and volume rocker is on the right side. SIM tray is on the left.  Audio jack, secondary mic and IR blaster is on the top. On the bottom side there is a primary microphone vent, USB Type C port and speaker out vent.
It’s a dual SIM handset – there are 2x nano SIM slots with 4G LTE and VoLTE support.
There is LED notification – you can choose from selected colours. Mi 5 is loaded with accelerometer, magnetic, light, proximity,  gyro, pressure and hall sensors.

Memory, Storage and OS

The Mi 5 launched in India comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM. On the first boot you will get 1.5GB free RAM and about 21GB free internal storage space. There is no micro SD card slot.

Display

Xiaomi Mi 5 sports a 5.1 inch (sunlight) screen with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution. The front and the back comes with gorilla glass 4 protection. Colour reproduction, viewing angles and touch response are very good.


Performance

The handset no doubt is very powerful. It houses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 MSM8996 quad core chipset using Kryo architecture coupled clocked at 1.8GHz coupled with Adreno 530 GPU. Performance specially graphical / gaming is amazingly smooth. Handset does tend to heat up but battery temperature is well under control. Max temperature I encountered was 45 degrees when shooting videos / images outdoor under direct sunlight.

Benchmark

  • Quadrant – 36871.
  • Antutu (64 bit) – 106435 | 3D score – 39195
  • Antutu (64 bit) 2nd time – 108606 | 3D score – 42129
  • Nenamark 2 – 59.8fps
  • Internal storage Speed – Read (348MB/s), Write (121MB/s)
  • Multi Touch – 10 Point.

Gaming

it’s SD 820, asphalt 8 worked buttery smooth – check video review.

Camera

There is 16MP AF camera (Sony IMX298 sensor) on the back with dual tone LED flash and 4MP 2 micron camera on the front.  There is some issue with AF when recording videos in 4K resolution (I guess can be fixed – software issue).  Camera quality is above average.
Another unique thing about the Mi 5 primary camera is that it comes with 4 axis OIS (Optical Image Stabilisation). 
overall its a good phone for those who love mi...