AOSP/Code Aurora Vanilla Android 4.1.2 for Nokia X is here

Bound to happen, Nokia X finally gets its first Vanilla Android 4.1.2 ROM which will give you the same experience you get on phones running the pure Android i.e. without any changes. Built using the sources directly from Code Aurora which is AOSP and it supports  all Qualcomm specific enhancements and optimizations. However,  this is still at an early levels ...

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LG G Flex Review : Impressive Phone Powered with Tech Ahead of its Time

The LG G Flex is the Korean company’s first device that punches the bendable technology into mobile devices and puts them one step closer to a future where completely flexible  devices will be a reality.  At first glance the G Flex might look like their previous flagship device like G2 but the cruved display which you can actually bend and it still retians the flexibility, the self-healing back panel ...

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LG G Flex Unboxing & First Impressions

I have used LG G Flex since 3-4 days and it’s definitely an impressive device when it comes to performance, battery life and overall build of the phone. It took me a while to get hooked to the curve display and now it feels good. It’s not like I will start hating flat panels but there is something about the ...

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Lava Iris Pro 30 : My Intial Thoughts on the Phone

Lava launched Iris Pro 30, the first in Pro series we are yet to see on 17th of January aiming towards budget phone users who are looking for an android phone in the range of 14 to 16. I have used a couple of Lava phones before of which Iris 504Q is one of its finest and looking at the its Pro ...

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LG G Flex Hands-on and LG impresses yet again with its Innovation

LG showcased its new innovation LG G Flex Android Phone on 10th of this month in India. The phone innovates at two points. First its a curve phone which can actually bend and can reshape itself again and second it the back screen can heal itself. While the first aligns with the fundamental that everything is curve including the way ...

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Kairos Smartwatch : Combining the Mechnical Watch with Digital Display

While rest of the world is concentrating to reinvent the smartwatch and building plastic body watches aiming to replace the mechanical tick-tocks with glowing touch, here is one watch maker setting up a difference–Kairos Watches–Swiss Made Mechanical Smart Watch with TFD (Transparent Film Disp). Though thats more than enough for a geek to know, here are more details for those ...

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LG G2 Review : An Impressive Android Phone Sprinkled with Innovation

The LG G2 is the Korean company’s second-half flagship with lots of bells and whistles. At first glance the G2 might look like any other flagship phone that has been released in the second half of 2013 with faster internals, a big screen, and a decent camera. However, the device has a few tricks up its sleeve that make it ...

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Gionee E6 Review : Brilliant Design & Display but Poor in Gaming & Music

Gionee’s Elife E6 model kept us impressed with the design and build quality, specially the flat form factor but at the end what really matters is if the device really performed for an end-user. Being an Android phone and housed with loads of horsepower components, we tested it with three different user ( Power, Moderate and Casual ) to find ...

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