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3 High Performance chips for Android- coming soon!

octa 5


If you think Android tablets are fast now, take a look at what’s just around the corner.
A bevy of new, more-powerful chips are coming to Android tablets near you in the not-so-distant future. Everything from CPUs to GPUs, on-board memory and other processors will be getting some serious upgrades. You can expect improved gameplay, fluid browsing, and increased battery life among other features, as entries from Nvidia, Samsung and Qualcomm hit the market.;topicseen


April 24, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

ThL W7 Phablet review by Jupitor 2012


5.7 inch Capacitive IPS Display, 1280*720 pixels, PPI=258;
MT6589 Quad Core Processor;
3.2MP front-facing Camera & 8MP rear camera;
Android4.2 OS;
Dual SIM Card Support;
Priced at only RMB 1,699 ($275)

The Good

The IPS display on ThL W7 is absolutely gorgeous, having more screen real estate in general is awesome. Objects are larger and clearer, and that obviously carries over to touch targets, which means fewer failed pokes.

The W7 has wonderful build quality, every detail has been taken great care of, and the metal wiredrawing pattern of the plastic battery cover gives the device all the expensiveness it deserves.

The MTK MT6589 Quad-core Processor is a decent choice as Soc., everything happens very fast on the W7, and I have experienced zero lag.

The cameras, both frontal and rear, are ideal for daily usage.

The Bad

The design of the device clearly falls into the category of Galaxy Note2 copycats, for a manufacture which aims to build a name for itself, copycatting is not a smart move, why not show some innovative ideas of your own, ThL?

For a phablet product with a power-consuming 5.7 inch display, the W7 has only featured a 2,300mAh Li-PO battery, which can hardly support an entire day of intense use.

Despite all the benefits the W7 might afford because of its size, it is still uncomfortable to hold for quite a number of users. One handed operation is very difficult, and this could be annoying if your left hand is occupied by something else.

Ultimately, there’s no getting away from the fact that the ThL W7 is a niche device, if you can get over its size and the fact that it is another Galaxy Note2 copycat. It’s priced at only $275, making it one of the most cost-effective phablets in the market.
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April 17, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Octa 8 processor


April 11, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Playstore leaks!


April 8, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Google now and your boarding pass!

I just love the continually expanding ease of use of the Android/Google ecosphere!

April 7, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

FaceBook Home on Android- who’s in?

The long awaited news finally broke: you will be able to further live your lives through the virtual world of FaceBook- yyyaaaaayyy?!?!?!

Facebook Phones

The first devices launching April 12th. The Apple iOsphere will not have it.

Who is looking forward to this hitting the tablet world!

April 7, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

CX- 803

One of the most notable visual details of this little TV stick is that it has a translucent green antenna that helps the device get a better wireless signal. The processor under the hood is a Rockchip RK3066 dual-core unit.

That processor is paired with Mali 400 quad-core graphics, 2GB of RAM and 8 GB of integrated storage. The TV stick does have a microSD card slot for storage expansion. As with devices of this sort, it does have a built-in HDMI connector on one end allowing it to plug-in directly to your TV.

The device also has a USB port on one end allowing it to connect directly to a keyboard or mouse. The device supports up to 802.11n Wi-Fi speeds and the device should be able to run Linux if you’re the sort who likes to tinker with their gear. You can purchase the CX-803 II for about $70.CX-803-ii-540x400 tv stick

April 5, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

How-to Install WhatsApp on Android tablet

Officially WhatsApp is not supported to run on other devices than a mobile phone. Here’s how to install and run WhatsApp on Android tablets or other Android devices.

You need:
Rooted Android Phone
Rooted Android Tablet
WhatsApp on your phone/tablet activated

1. Install Titanium backup on your phone and change backup location to external SD card
2. Move the SD card from phone to tablet
3. Install Titanium backup on your Android tablet and change backup location to external SD card
4. Run Restore in Titanium backup on tablet, select WhatsApp and mark App only first
5. Once the App have been restored (installed) run Restore again this time mark Data only

April 4, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Some Samsung Galaxy s4 benchmarks with videos

Everyone is excited of course about the S4. How does it compare you wonder- this should give you an idea!

April 1, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment


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