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  1. Today at the 'UNPACKED 2020' event, Samsung has finally announced the annual upgrade to the Note series. We now have the new Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra as the flagship face of the Note series. Both devices look absolutely stunning and have some powerful internals with great features, so let's check them out. Galaxy Note 20 View the full article
  2. Apple just wrapped up its annual WWDC event where it announced a lot of really cool software features. We have a new version of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and more, but for now, let's focus on the new iOS 14. Apple has given us our very first look at the latest version of iOS, the iOS 14. It's bringing the biggest change to the home screen in years with the launch of widgets. New Home Screen Customization & Widgets © Apple Yes, widgets were already a thing in iOS, but they're going to be more prominent now as you can bring them out to any of your home screen pages and customize them. They'll now live right alongside your apps and it kind of looks cool. Apple is also bringing the 'App Library' view that automatically organizes apps into groups and lists. This will basically do the work for you and automatically create folders for, say, Apple Arcade. It's also worth pointing out that Apple has also added a system-wide picture-in-picture mode. New Siri Features © Apple In iOS 14, Siri also has a new view. So instead of taking up your entire screen, Siri will now peek as a drop-down shade when you say "Hey Siri". This is great because you no longer have to leave what you were doing. Also, Siri can now send audio messages in addition to dictated messages. iMessage Is Getting Even Better © Apple In iOS 14, you'll be able to pin important conversations and contacts on top. Apple has also introduced threads inside group chat to make it easier to follow a particular conversation. And of course, Apple is also adding a lot of ways to customize your Memoji. App Clip © Apple If you know anything about Android's 'Instant Apps' then you'll already know what we're going to talk about. Apple's App Clip is essentially a speedy, card-based snippet of apps that let you access small parts of apps without having to download them. For instance, if you want to order something from the marketplace, then you can simply use App Clip and use the app instead of downloading the full app, which you'll probably never use again. Privacy FocusApple is also taking privacy very seriously and is adding a slew of new privacy features. There'll be a new dot in the top right corner to indicate that an app is using a microphone or camera. This is a great way to keep a tab on the apps that are misusing your permissions. Apps will also have to ask before they track you across other apps and websites. iOS 14 will be tested and made better over the summer, and it'll be made available with the new iPhones that come out in September. View the full article
  3. Android phone users can hate Apple's iOS and iPhones all they want, but there's no denying that there are certain things that the iPhones are really good at. No, we are not saying that Android phones are bad. In fact, here are 5 things that make an Android phone better. But today we're going to check out 5 cool iPhone features that Android users can only dream of having. So, call out friends, grab some popcorn, and let's get started: 1. iMessage FTW © Apple iMessage is one of the main reasons why most iOS users don't even think about switching to an Android phone. iMessage is just better than anything that Android has to offer. It's one of those features that Android users don't have, and likely never will. Yes, there's RCS Messaging in Google Messages on Android phones now, but let's be real for a minute and agree that nobody uses it and it's nowhere close to what iOS offers. 2. Memoji Is Just Better Than Emojis © Apple Apple introduced animated emojis and broke the internet in 2017. And in 2018, they launched the expansion of Animoji called Memoji that became even more popular. With Memoji, anybody could create animate emojis that looked like them. That's a simple yet genius feature and it works flawlessly to date. While a few Android OEMs tried their hands on making their own version of Animoji, they end ended up looking really bad. 3. All iPhones Get Updates At The Same Time © YouTube/ Mark Linsangan Software updates have been an issue for Android phone users for a very long time now. And with the number of Android phones and new software versions coming out every year, it only seems to be getting worse. Apple, on the other hand, manages to send software updates to all the iPhones at the same time. Irrespective of whether you have a 5 years old iPhone 6 or the brand new iPhone SE 2020, you'll get the update at the same time. It's crazy how Apple manages to do that time and again. 4. No Bloatware © YouTube/ Mark Linsangan Speaking of software, it's hard not to acknowledge the fact that iPhones have absolutely no bloatware whatsoever. That's simply not the case with Android phones unless you are buying the Pixel phones. Almost every other Android phone is filled with a ton of unnecessary apps and random features that you'd probably never use. A lot of Android OEMs have started going a better job at staying away from bloatware, but there's still a long way to go. 5. Siri Shortcuts © Apple Perhaps the most underrated feature on iOS is the Siri Shortcuts app, which now comes pre-installed on new iPhones. You can create custom shortcuts and use voice commands to have Siri do all the work for you. There are a lot of creative ways in which you can use Apple's Shortcuts app, but there's no way to actually do it natively on Android without having to download a separate app. And even then, you can't use Google Assistant to execute those shortcuts. View the full article
  4. Alongside the new Mi 10 Youth Edition smartphone in China, Xiaomi announced its new software skin MIUI 12 yesterday. This particular version of the software will eventually be rolled out to most of its other phones too, so that's what we're going to be taking a look at today. With the new MIUI 12, Xiaomi has given a complete overhaul with this new software skin and it's now said to offer a more refined UI along with enhanced privacy features. The update will eventually be rolled out to some Xiaomi devices here in India too, so here are 5 exciting features that we're looking forward to the most: 1. UI Changes View the full article
  5. The iPhone 12 Pro is turning out to be a great smartphone, if we go by the latest leaks, as the company is planning to overhaul the design of the smartphone. The notch design of the upcoming iPhone was leaked on Twitter and it shows that the notch is finally getting smaller, thanks to Apple moving some components around. © Apple Insider Jon Prosser, the Apple insider who leaked accurate information of iPhone SE 2020âs launch has now taken to Twitter to reveal more details about the iPhone 12 Pro or whatever Apple decides to call it. The notch has now been moved to the top bezel of the phone and not at the centre of the notch, giving Apple the freedom to shrink down the size. Here you go, internet. pic.twitter.com/REfSw28KSX â Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) April 20, 2020 In fact, Prosser tweeted an image with detailed hardware changes in the notch and also clarified that the microphone is embedded in the speaker itself. While many iPhone fans have wanted a notch-free design, it seems like Apple is going to stick with the design for now. Apple apparently does not want to drop FaceID on flagship iPhones and the TrueDepth 3D sensor that is essential for facial recognition security. © Twitter/Jon Prosser A smaller notch is still an upgrade where the display gets more real-estate but the biggest upgrade also comes in the form of the display quality. The iPhone 12 Pro is rumoured to feature a 120Hz refresh rate display which has been used on the iPad Pro, previously. Even the design of the phone is expected to change as it is rumoured to have flatter sides and a thinner body. There have been rumours that the iPhone 12 will have a similar design as the classic iPhone 4. © Twitter/pro-technizio-concept In terms of the camera setup, the iPhone 12 Pro is expected to have a LiDAR depth sensor similar to the new iPad Pro and a new 5G modem for better connectivity. The smartphone will also be powered by Appleâs most powerful chipset yet i.e, the A14 Bionic SoC. Thereâs no word when the new iPhones are expected to launch but there is a good chance the launch of the phones will be delayed to October this year. Apple usually launches new iPhones every September, however, with the COVID-19 situation, we can expect the launch to be delayed as it is extended testing periods for the upcoming phone. Source: Jon Prosser View the full article
  6. OnePlus recently launched the new OnePlus 8 series phones with a ton of cool features. A lot of those features are a part of the new OxygenOS that's running on the new phones and we're happy to report that a lot of them are making their way to the older OnePlus phones too. That's right, OnePlus is making some really cool features of the OnePlus 8 series available to the older devices in their line up with the new OxygenOS update. Here's a quick look at everything that's coming to the older phones - © Twitter/ @DurvidImel Smoother PerformanceOnePlus phones are all about that speed and smooth performance and things are only getting better with each update. OnePlus made as many as 280 tweaks under the hood to make the phones feel faster. They've completely redone the animations to make them feel smoother and faster. Obviously, the new OnePlus 8 Pro is going to benefit the most here since it has that 120Hz panel, however, the older phones should also theoretically feel faster across the board. OnePlus has some of the smoothest animations in the business, so we can only imagine how much difference this will make. UI TweaksOnePlus has also simplified the navigation gestures, so it should be a lot more intuitive to use that now on the older devices too. And on top of that, there are some other deeper customization options that are not limited to just themes. We're looking at things like accent colour customization, advanced settings for AMOLED Wide Gamut, sRGB and Display P3. The new OcygenOS also gets the Dark Theme 2.0, which is essentially the universal dark theme. So, more apps now are compatible with Dark Mode, which is always a good thing. Lastly, there will be some new dynamic wallpapers too. These are the ones that shift colour tones based on "current outdoor temperature conditions." © Reuters Faster Downloads & Smart SMSOnePlus has a nifty little feature called Dual-channel download acceleration with which the users can expect faster download speeds. This particular feature can be enabled to use both mobile data and Wi-Fi at the same time to speed up things. This is in addition to the OnePlus phones' ability to smartly switch between 3G/4G and Wi-Fi depending on the connectivity. Smart SMS manager is also a cool feature to have onboard as it automatically categorises things like spam and promotional messages. Smart SMS manager on the OnePlus phones can categorise the messages between up to 39 types, including OTPs, tickets and bank messages. © Twitter/ @DurvidImel Cricket Card 2.0Cricket scores will be visible on the OnePlus Shelf that sits on the left-mist screen on the home screen. Users will now be able to customize this card to add their favourite teams and access the stories quickly without having to load a website or Google the scores. A pretty neat feature for all the cricket fans out there. All these new features will be rolled out to the existing OnePlus phones, including the OnePlus 7T series and the OnePlus 7 series soon. So, keep an eye out for an update to get all the cool OnePlus 8 series features on your older device. Source: News18 View the full article
  7. Apple's new iPhone SE is finally here and it's the most affordable iPhone that Apple has released in many years. It's priced at Rs 42,500 in India and at that price, you're getting a lot of awesome features making it a great value for iPhone. Let's check them out. A13 Bionic ChipsetThe price to performance ratio of the new iPhone SE is incredible. It's powered by Apple's best chipset i.e. the A13 Bionic. It's the same one that's powering the likes of the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. © Apple The A13 Bionic, for those of you who don't know, blows past Qualcomm's latest processors like the Snapdragon 855 Plus. It's the most power-efficient chip Apple has ever made and it helps a lot with battery performance. We're happy to see Apple going with the A13 Bionic chipset instead of its predecessor. Great move, Apple! Wireless ChargingWireless charging wasn't a thing on iPhones until the launch of the iPhone 8. So, we're not really surprised to see wireless charging on the new iPhone SE given the fact that they both have the same design. That being said, Apple could have easily skimped on this feature to keep the production cost low, but we're happy to see it being included here. Not a lot of phones in this price range offer wireless charging, so kudos to Apple for this. IP67 Rating The new iPhone SE also comes with an IP67 rating which means it's dust and water-resistant. The iPhone SE can withstand the effects of immersion in water between 1cm and 1m for up to 30 minutes. It's the same as the iPhone XR's IP rating. Form Factor"Compact" phones have become more or less become a thing of the past. Even OnePlus' new OnePlus 8, which they claim to have a compact form factor, still has a massive 6.55-inch display. That's still a relatively large display to handle for a lot of people. The new iPhone SE, however, comes with a small 4.7-inch display, just like old iPhones. It's the same size as that of the iPhone 8, which is great. The new iPhone SE is definitely one of the most compact phones available on the market. PriceObviously, it's hard to dive deep into this phone without discussing its price. The new iPhone SE starts at Rs 42,500 making it the most affordable iPhone to launch in many years. Yes, the OG iPhone SE was a little bit cheaper, but this is one of the most affordable iPhones you can get your hands on today. © Apple The new iPhone SE now stands as a great competitor to the upcoming (rumoured) Google Pixel 4a. It'll be interesting to see how the two compare side-by-side, but it's safe to say that this is a great move by Apple. If the expensive price tag of the "Pro" iPhone models has been keeping you away, then the new iPhone SE is a good way to get your first iPhone. View the full article
  8. The OnePlus 8 Series is going to launch next week but we canât help ourselves to speculate about its features. While OnePlus has been making great phones for the past few years, some features are lacking that don't help it's devices in qualifying really as âtrueâ flagships. Personally, I like their phones a lot, mainly because of the software experience and build quality, however, there are a few features that fans have been requesting for many years. The great thing about OnePlus is the company actually listens to their users and brings features they need albeit after thoroughly testing them and making sure it works well on their devices. However, leaks have been pointing that the OnePlus 8 Pro will have most of the features we will list down below but it is still not certain. Here are some of the features we want to see on the OnePlus 8 or OnePlus 8 Pro to make it the best flagship smartphone of the year: 1. Wireless Charging © BCCL While this feature is not really necessary, most flagship phones have support for wireless charging. Apple, Samsung and Huawei have all made wireless charging a staple feature on their flagship smartphones and we would love to see this feature on the OnePlus 8 Pro as well. Rumours suggest that at least one model will feature 30W wireless charging and it could possibly change the landscape of OnePlus phones in the future. 2. Water Proofing Rating © Oneplus While OnePlus 7, 7T do have water-proofing, it would be nice to see an official IP rating this year. Sure, it may increase the cost of the phone as certifications cost extra money, but having that official rating will make it easier for the uninitiated to understand better about waterproofing and the limits of the smartphone. 3. Faster Wired Charging © Oneplus The OnePlus 7 and 7T series already support 30W Warp Charging, however weâve already seen 60W charging support on smartphones from a company which is part of the same group as OnePlus. OnePlus smartphones have always been known for supporting fast charging and it would be awesome to see the company taking the same leap as Realme. 4. Working OS at Launch © MensXP/Akshay Bhall When the OnePlus 7T series launched with OxygenOS 10, based on Android 10, it was quite buggy at launch which made the experience unbearable. However, OnePlus was quick to fix the bugs for their users which has resulted in the best Android experience right now. We would like to see the same sort of performance on OxygenOS at launch for the OnePlus 8 Series as well. 5. Better Camera Performance © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The only field where OnePlus phones are lacking is the photography department. It is not particularly bad but when compared to other flagships in the same price segment, OnePlus devices fall short in performance and quality. It isnât like the hardware isnât capable as one can easily install Gcam and get some spectacular images however we would like to see a similar performance on the native camera app as well. View the full article
  9. Xiaomi has been upping its game for their number 1 selling smartphone the Redmi Note series. Nobody expected the company to launch a new Redmi Note phone, seven months after the launch of the Redmi Note 8 series. With the Redmi Note 9 Pro, Xiaomi is attempting to redefine what budget smartphones can do and we've been testing the smartphone to find out if the company has managed to achieve it. Design and Display © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The Redmi Note 9 Pro looks nothing like its predecessor and its nice to see Xiaomi experimenting with the design of the phone. The smartphone has a glass black with the signature aurora blue colour that is a bit shiny for our personal taste but isn't too gaudy. This time around the smartphone feels more premium than ever before and can easily be mistaken for a mid-budget smartphone. At the back, there is also a protruding square-shaped camera module that houses all the sensors. We weren't particularly big fans of the protruding camera module and advise using the supplied case to offset the massive bump. Overall, the design of the smartphone is quite appealing and is quite minimal when it comes to any sort of branding. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The one thing missing from the back that has been a regular feature on Redmi Note phones is the fingerprint sensor. This time, Xiaomi has embedded the fingerprint sensor on the power button to maintain a uniform look at the back. We loved this idea and want other smartphone companies to use the same method. An in-display fingerprint sensor is not entirely accurate and fast enough to unlock smartphone when you need them to and this solution works perfectly. We've seen it before on the POCO X2 and love the fact it made a return on the Redmi Note 9 Pro. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla In the display department, the Redmi Note 9 Pro comes with a 6.67-inch IPS LCD display that feels way bigger than we thought. The larger screen makes it a bit difficult to use the phone with one hand. To put things into perspective, I can grip and hold a basketball with one hand. In reality, the large display isn't really a big deal if you like to watch movies and play games on your phone. The larger display is great for immersing yourself into content but you will have to sacrifice a bit of usability for the larger screen. The display has a resolution of 2,400x1080p and has great viewing angles for an IPS unit. For a budget-friendly phone, we really like the quality of the display and the colour representation. Of course, it isn't as good as a Super AMOLED or AMOLED displays but they do tend to be much more expensive as well. It runs at 60Hz which was expected as the processor isn't really powerful enough to sustain higher refresh rates. It puts unnecessary stress on the CPU and the battery and to be honest, not many games out there support higher refresh rates. Performance The Redmi Note 9 Pro is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 720G chipsets that also has support for NavIC GPS system. The processor is coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. We've been using the 6GB RAM model during the course of our review and did not come across any major issues. At first, the Play Store did keep crashing on us but that was later fixed after an OTA update. While the Snapdragon 720G chipset is more than enough to carry out daily tasks, you will have to run your games on lower settings for optimum performance. We could easily run PUBG mobile on medium settings but would notice some frame rate drops when switching to higher settings. While the chipset does offer good gaming performance, it does not match up the Redmi K200 series. For a budget smartphone, this level of performance was expected but it is still impressive for a phone that costs almost half of mid-tier phones. When it comes to benchmark scores, the Redmi Note 9 Pro scored 568 (single-core) and 1625 (multi-core) on Geekbench 5. In comparison, it is faster than the OnePlus 6T and Poco F1. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla In terms of battery life, the Note 9 Pro comes with a 5,020mAh unit which lasts for about 1.5 days even with moderate and heavy usage. We used the smartphone for navigation, gaming, video consumption and web browsing and still couldn't manage to kill the battery entirely. Xiaomi also enabled 18W PD fast charging on the smartphone and it comes with a fast charger out of the box. Cameras © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Like the Redmi Note 8 Pro, the new iteration also comes with multiple lenses, including a 48MP primary camera, 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, 5MP macro camera and 2MP depth camera for Bokeh shots. The camera delivered some great shots, given the price of the smartphone. It was able to capture some spectacular 64MP shots while portrait images have noticeably improved from before. The macro-lens, on the other hand, had a spotty performance where it could not capture details at times and sometimes could not focus on the subject. However, when it works, you can capture shots of subjects really close up but do not expect it to be as good as flagship phones. When using in low-light, the Redmi Note 9 Pro does not fare well as pictures lose most of their details. You can get it to work better if there is a source of light. Night mode on the Note 9 Pro also needs a bit of improvement as we found it to work better on the Redmi Note 8 Pro. It just needs a bit more tweaking and can hopefully be improved with an update in the near future. The Final Say When considering everything that is on the table, the Redmi Note 9 Pro is a perfect budget-friendly smartphone that will perform well for most people. It doesn't do a good job at delivering competent pictures in daylight and could be better in low-light conditions too. However, if you are looking for a phone that isn't too heavy on the pocket but does everything you expect from a smartphone, the Redmi Note 9 is a solid choice to consider for Rs 12,999. View the full article
  10. Apple just unveiled the latest iPad Pro that comes with new features that will change the way we use the tablet altogether. The new iPad Pro comes with new camera hardware and support for trackpads similar to MacBooks by the Cupertino giant. The new iPad Pro gets an additional ultra-wide camera lens and new mics for better call quality. It even comes with is own LiDAR scanner that is capable of giving better depth-sensing capabilities. It will be supported by pro photo and video apps for the iPad. © Apple In an upcoming iPadOS update, Apple will be extending support for a trackpad, bringing in a whole new way of using the iPad. It takes Apple one step closer to converting the iPad Pro into a credible replacement for a laptop. The trackpad will also support Multi-Touch gestures similar to MacBooks, making it easier for users to navigate and multitask on the iPad Pro. All of this will be possible, thanks to a new Magic Keyboard that has the trackpad in-built for using with the iPad Pro. The Magic Keyboard even has a backlit keyboard making it easier to type in dim environments. The new accessory will be available later this year in May. © Apple âThe new iPad Pro introduces advanced technologies never before available in mobile computing,â said Phil Schiller, Appleâs senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. âCombining the most advanced mobile display with powerful performance, pro cameras, pro audio, the breakthrough LiDAR Scanner and new Magic Keyboard with Trackpad, this is another huge leap forward for iPad. Thereâs no other device in the world like the new iPad Pro and we think our customers are going to love it.â âWeâre making iPad even more capable and versatile by bringing trackpad support to iPadOS,â said Craig Federighi, Appleâs senior vice president of Software Engineering. âWe carefully considered the best way to integrate trackpad use into a touch-first environment while retaining everything our customers know and love about the iPad. Weâre thrilled to bring this new way of interacting with iPad to the millions of people using iPadOS today.â © Apple The new iPad Pro will be powered by appleâs A12Z Bionic chip to make it the most powerful tablet ever. It has an eight-core GPU capable of delivering console-level graphics in games and an improved thermal architecture to prevent throttling. It is also capable of editing 4K videos and 3D models for graphic designers and animators. Also, it can last up to 10 hours on a single charge, now. The display on the new iPad Pro will be somewhat similar to its predecessor as it will be available in both 11 and 12.9-inches. The display has a refresh rate of 120Hz and will automatically adjust depending on your activity. © Apple The new LiDAR scanner is a new addition to the camera module that will users measure objects up to 5m away. It works in both outdoor and indoor environments. The new scanner promises to deliver a new way to experience augmented reality as it uses data from both the cameras and motion sensors. The new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be available in silver and space grey colours and will start from Rs 71900 for the Wi-Fi model and Rs 85900 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro will start from Rs 89900 for the Wi-Fi model and Rs 103900 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model. Both iPad Pro models are expected to be available soon in India. The Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro will be available for purchase in May for Rs 27900 for the 11-inch iPad Pro and Rs 31900 for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. View the full article
  11. âThe most luxurious SUV ever madeâ isnât a title that comes overnight. Surviving everything from bankruptcy to changing global economies, Rolls-Royce has thrived for over 113 years now. The company has defined not just the automobile industry at its greatest, but luxury itself - so it isnât surprising that eventually, the minds at Derby, England came up with a vehicle thatâs so stuffed with modern luxury goodies that it weighs about three tons. Still, if you happen to be investment banker royalty, youâd be pleased to know that this special edition Cullinan is worth its weight in gold. Here are a few reasons why. The Worldâs Greatest Doors © Performance Drive/Rolls-Royce It all starts from the second you touch the handles - Rolls-Royce has made their passenger doors rear hinged since the first generation Phantom in 2003, and the originalâs bigger sibling is no exception. Open her up and youâll spot a cubbyhole inside the door panel featuring another classic Rolls experience - noticing that thereâs an actual umbrella inside. Two come with each vehicle, and they both cost close to $700. © Rolls-Royce Sit down, sink your feet into $3000 lambswool floor mats, and press a nearby button to shut the door - you donât even need to close it yourself. Backseat Stargazing Stepping into a Cullinan at night can be pretty breathtaking if this immersive little trick is switched on. Using a complicated array of fibre optics, all hand soldered by a team of dedicated artisans, an array of stars are displayed on the headliner, or ceiling of your cabin. Whatâs unique about the Black Badge is that every now and then, youâll spot tiny shooting stars dash across your eyes. A lame gimmick if any other brand did this, but with Rolls, it looks simply fabulous⦠while costing $12,000. An Insane Seating Experience © Rolls-Royce Everywhere on the Cullinan Black Badge, youâll spot the infinity loop symbol - and nowhere is this more apparent than right in the back seat. The seats themselves have all the luxury gimmicks youâd expect, but with cooled seats, massage settings, touchscreen panels that fold at the push of a button and a refrigeration unit - with the choice of uncooled liquor or cooled. Thereâs even champagne flutes and a couple shot glasses, so you can toast to the $18,000 bill. The Greatest Upholstery In Car Making © Rolls-Royce You will find leather on every conceivable surface, as expected, but the thoughtfulness of Rollsâ designers here is subtle and quite brilliant. Even the climate control dials are coated with a layer of stitched leather, making sure that from the moment you step into the car, you rarely touch any other material. © Rolls-Royce Pair this with rear seat leather cushions and complete freedom with customisation, and youâll rarely want to leave this thing. If you come up to Rolls with a unique colour or pattern, theyâll have it for you. No questions asked. The Engine © Rolls-Royce Well, it's not just what meets the eye. After all, to pull a 3-ton beast you need a powerful engine, right? Powering all of this opulence is a 6.7L V12 with 600 horses on tap - a healthy 37 more than the base model. Pair that with a superb all-wheel setup and an 8-speed gearbox, and your chauffeur is sure to enjoy himself too. View the full article
  12. The Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus launched in India recently and weâve been using the smartphones for a while to determine some of its best features. We reviewed the Galaxy S20 last week, and this article is more of a follow-up feature detailing specific features we love on the smartphone. 1. The Cameras © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Cameras are probably the most used feature on any smartphone and the Galaxy S20 excels in this department. It packs a 64-megapixel primary sensor, a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, a 10MP selfie camera and a ToF (time of flight) sensor for better portrait imaging. The Samsung Galaxy S20 is also capable of 30x zoom that lets you get closer to your subject. You can even capture 8K video from the smartphone and derive high-resolution pictures from the video. Other neat software tricks include 'Single-Take' where the camera is able to use all of the sensors to capture moments that are too fast for you to realise when taking images. It uses the ultra-wide sensor, live focus, AI filter, video forward or reverse, fast forward, normal video and smart crop to deliver the best content from the camera. 2. The Best Display on a Smartphone Ever © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The Galaxy S20 probably has the best display youâve ever seen on a smartphone. The S20 Plus has a 6.7-inch display while the Galaxy S20 has a 6.2-inch display. Both screens are AMOLED panels that deliver deep blacks and accurate colours. If you are also looking for a smooth experience, the Galaxy S20 has a refresh rate of 120Hz and the user interface on OneUI 2.0 has been fine-tuned to support this feature. The display has a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels and supports HDR content on platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime. The display is perfect for people who like to consume video content on-the-go. 3. Wireless And Reverse Wireless Charging © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Not many smartphones offer wireless charging, but you can rest assured flagship Samsung smartphones have this feature by default. It supports 15W wireless charging and can also reverse charge your devices at 9W. You can use the reverse charge feature to charge accessories like the Galaxy Buds. 4. Great Battery Life The Galaxy S20 Plus has an incredible battery, considering this phone has a 120Hz refresh rate. Both the S20 and the S20 Plus have massive batteries and support 45W fast charging. The 45W fast charging means it takes less time to fully charge your phone. It was one of the most requested features for the Galaxy S series and Samsung finally offered buyers what theyâd asked for. 5. Quick Share © Samsung Samsung has finally introduced a feature that works like AirDrop on iPhones and lets users transfer files with other Galaxy phones easily. It uses Bluetooth to create a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi network between connected devices. It helps in transferring files faster and more effectively without compressing them. It is a great way to transfer large files, pictures and videos without losing the quality of the image/video. Quick Share allows you to temporarily upload files to Samsung Cloud. These files can be streamed to Samsung SmartThings devices and downloaded locally. View the full article
  13. In the year 2009, AR Rahman became the first Indian composer to win two Oscars for his original score in Danny Boyleâs Slumdog Millionaire. The film, which was based on the life of a young man on a journey to find love and competing for money on the television show âKaun Banega Crorepatiâ or âWho Wants To Be A Millionaireâ, bagged eight Oscars including the best motion picture. Check out the iconic song Jai Ho- The iconic song, âJai Hoâ, made it to Oscars ceremony this year for which Rahman had won gold for original score and original song in Danny Boyleâs âSlumdog Millionaireâ. According to IANS, American composer-lyricist-actor Lin-Manuel Miranda presented the Montage that included songs from âSlumdog Millionnaireâ, âTitanicâ and âWayneâs Worldâ. Desi people are especially deligted as it's a very proud moment for all Indians all over the world. Hereâs what people on social media have to say- Yes, it just did! Did #JaiHo just play alongside #MyHeartWillGoOn and others as Hollywoodâs most iconic songs? @arrahman ð¼ #Oscars2020 â Jamal Shaikh (@JamalShaikh) February 10, 2020 Proud moment⦠#Jaiho played at the #Oscars2020 ... Wow.. what a moment @arrahman Sir... â HARDEEP SINGH DANG (@rojajimmy) February 10, 2020 We agree. Just saw glimpse of #JaiHo, oh my god, fetus #DevPatel was cute #Oscars2020 â Ritz (@RitzisAFan) February 10, 2020 Too happy. Nice hearing the original #JaiHo from #SlumdogMillionaire.#Oscars â SLPhotos@Katsucon2020 (@Two_Cams25) February 10, 2020 Donât we all love this? Love Jai Ho! #slumdogmillionaire #Oscar â Adnan Virk (@adnansvirk) February 10, 2020 A.R. Rahman is known for his versatile music and has created some of the best-known music for almost two decades now. The clip ended with Eminemâs 2002 film â8Mileâ and then he himself performed âLose yourselfâ to which he got a much-deserved standing ovation. He also tweeted, âLook, if you had another shot, another opportunity⦠Thanks for having me @TheAcademy. Sorry it took me 18 years to get here.â Hereâs the Tweet- Look, if you had another shot, another opportunity... Thanks for having me @TheAcademy. Sorry it took me 18 years to get here. pic.twitter.com/CmSw2hmcZo â Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) February 10, 2020 View the full article
  14. As the world prepared to ring in the new year with a bang, film and TV stars took to their social media accounts to share their memories from 2019. Actress Reese Witherspoon, who is currently starring in The Morning Show along with Jennifer Aniston, also took a moment to share her fond memories from 2019 with her fans. "What a year it has been! Sharing some of my favorite memories from 2019. These moments gave me growth, sisterhood, immeasurable love, challenged me, connected me to many strong female characters and provided bursts of inspiration (plus a few new dance moves!) along the way," she captioned her post. Wishing her fans and followers a Happy New Year, she said she is looking forward to all that 2020 brings. Check out the actress' favourite moments from the year gone by.
  15. Vivo has launched a lot of great phones this year including the Z1 Pro and the Z1x. Now, the company is looking to finish the year strong with the new Vivo V17, a new phone in its camera-centric V-series of devices. Besides the camera, the new Vivo V17 packs a lot of other great features. It's got great internals, a really good display, huge battery with fast charging and a whole lot more. We think it's a really good phone and here's everything that you need to know about it. Brilliance is here! Hold your breath as we reveal all the features of the #ClearAsReal #vivoV17. pic.twitter.com/XF0Yl6GHnG — Vivo India (@Vivo_India) December 9, 2019 Vivo V17 The Vivo V17 sports a 6.2-inch display on the front with the world's smallest punch hole for the camera. It looks very small, so we think it won't really bother while using the phone. The phone also has a really good build quality. The glass body makes it look super premium and I think it looks awesome in both the colour variants. Internally, the phone is powered by the Snapdragon 675 processor and comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It packs a massive 4,500 mAh battery which supports fast charging. And just like every other Vivo phone, this one also runs on FunTouchOS. As for the optics, the phone packs some really good cameras. There are four cameras at the back, out of which one is a 48MP sensor. The other lenses can be used to take super wide angle shots, super macro photos or portrait images. There's also a 32MP selfie shooter on the front, which is said to take some really crisp selfies. The camera software, of course, comes with a lot of great features like Night mode, Portrait Lighting effects and more. Vivo also talked a lot about the video recording capabilities of the phone, so we're excited to check out that out too. Pricing and Availability Vivo has launched the V17 in India at the price of Rs 22,990, which, if you ask me, is great for everything that it brings to the table. We haven't had the chance to check out the phone and use it extensively just yet, but we think it'll be a solid option for those who are looking to buy a phone under Rs 25,000. It goes on sale starting December 17. View the full article
  16. Alongside the new Mi CC9 Pro smartphone and the new Mi TV 5 Series, Xiaomi also launched its first smartwatch today in China. It's called the Mi Watch, and yes, it looks exactly like the Apple Watch. Ignoring the fact that it's an Apple Watch ripoff, we do think that it has a lot going for it. And outside China, the watch will be running Google's WearOS, so we think this could actually be a really good option for people who are looking to buy a smartwatch. Here are the top 4 features that make it a perfect smartwatch for Android users - Design © Xiaomi Yes, it looks like an Apple Watch. We've already covered that. But if you ignore that, then you can't deny the fact that it looks really good. Its square-ish form factor looks premium, it has a bezel-less display just like the Apple Watch Series 5, and it also has a digital crown, which makes it look like a traditional watch. The Mi Watch sports a 4D curved stainless steel design with scratch-resistant sapphire glass protection up top. The digital crown is also coupled with a vibration motor, so we assume using it will be similar to using the digital crown on the Apple Watch. The 44mm casing of the watch is made out of the ceramic back and an aluminium alloy. The display is an AMOLED panel, so you're getting the best panel out there. Powerful Internal Xiaomi's Mi Watch is the world's first smartwatch to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 3100 4G processor. In case you didn't know, most WearOS-powered smartwatches have trouble when it comes to performance, but we think the Mi Watch will an edge over the others mainly because of the processor. Obviously, the software also plays a huge role, but we think it won't have much trouble handling WearOS. In China, by the way, the Mi Watch will be running a customized version of MIUI. © Xiaomi Battery Life The Mi Watch packs a generous 570 mAh battery inside, which is quite impressive. With that, Xiaomi says the Watch will last for up to 36 hours on a single charge, which, if true, is quite remarkable. There aren't a lot of smartwatches out there that can last for 36 hours with all the bells and whistles like a 1.78-inch AMOLED panel, eSIM support, NFC, GPS, and more. The Mi Watch can also track all your fitness activities, thanks to all the built-in sensors. © Xiaomi Price Well, price isn't exactly a feature, but the Mi Watch comes with an attractive price tag. Just like most Xiaomi products, the Mi Watch has been priced very competitively in China, and we think the same will be reflected in international markets as well. Xiaomi has launched the Mi Watch for just 1200 Yuan, which roughly translates to about Rs 20,000. © Mi Watch Considering the fact that most Android Wear watches from the likes of Fossil, Huawei Watch and more are priced well above Rs 25,000 to Rs 30,000 mark, we think this will do well. With that being said, we're not entirely sure if the watch will make its way to India. Xiaomi has not confirmed anything about the watch's released outside China just yet, so we'll just have to wait for more info. View the full article
  17. Remember we told you about a 'TikTok Phone' which the app's parent company was supposed to launch? Well, the phone is now official. It's not called 'TikTok Phone' as we all expected (although that would've been cool), but it still looks like a decent phone. The phone is called Jianguo Pro 3. It's a Chinese name because the phone is being released under a brand called Smartisan, which TikTok's parent company Bytedance acquired earlier this year. By the way, 'Jianguo' translates to 'Nut' in English, so don't be surprised if you see a phone called 'Nut Pro 3' in the news somewhere. (c) Smartisan Bytedance helped make the Jianguo Pro 3 and hence it comes with a lot of branded features that scream TikTok. Apparently, users can swipe up on the lock screen of the phone and jump directly into the Chinese TikTok app. Yeah, why go through the hassle of unlocking and looking for the app, when you can simply open it from the lock screen and get to business, right? Additionally, it looks like the users will also be able to apply TikTok effects and filter to videos of any length. So if your TikTok doesn't let you record long videos with its effects and filters, then this smartphone might actually be useful to you. So clearly the phone has a lot of fancy camera features that are targetted towards the TikTok users. (c) Twitter Speaking of cameras, the Jianguo Pro 3 actually comes with a bunch of cameras. There are 5 cameras to be more specific. A quad-camera setup at the back and a selfie shooter on the front. The quad-camera setup at the back is pretty decent as it includes a 48MP primary sensor, a 13MP ultra-wide camera, an 8MP telephoto lens, and a 5MP macro lens. For selfies, there's a 20MP camera on the front. Other hardware specs are also nice. It's powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855+ SoC with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. It has an in-display fingerprint scanner and a 4,000 mAh battery with Quick Charge 4+. Jianguo Pro 3 has been launched at a starting price of 2,899 yuan, which is around Rs 29,000. You can pre-order one and import it from China if you want because we doubt if it will make its way out of China. There's no word about it yet, and we'll keep you posted if there is an update. Source: Abacus View the full article
  18. Apple surprised everyone by dropping a new version of AirPods called the AirPods Pro. The new AirPods Pro, as you can see, looks quite a bit different from the older ones. The new ones are a little bit smaller, they now have silicone ear tips to keep them in place, unlike the old ones which won't stay inside most people's ears. The new AirPods Pro is also quite expensive when you compare them with the older ones. In India, the new AirPods Pro will be available for a whopping Rs 24,900. Whether or not they're worth it is a question that we'll only be able to answer once we test them. But for now, we're here to tell you about all the new features of the AirPods Pro. © Apple Note: This isn't a review of the AirPods Pro. We're just comparing its feature with the second generation AirPods to tell you what's new. Physical Differences The first thing you'll notice about the new AirPods Pro is the physical difference. The charging case itself is short and squat, which makes it immediately noticeable. Well, that's because the stem of the AirPods Pro itself is short. That's how people will know if you're wearing the old AirPods or the new AirPods Pro. It's also worth pointing out that the case is slightly heavier, but you probably won't notice it all that much. © Apple The shape of the buds is also different and Apple has now included silicone tips that can be switched between three different sizes for proper fit. This is a welcome move because a lot of people had trouble keeping the original AirPods in place. Also, the ear tips will also provide the required seal for Active noise cancellation. Besides the ones we mentioned above, there's hardly anything that's different from the outside. They'll still play/ pause media as you put them on and off, you still have to throw them inside the case to charge them, and they probably sound the same, which is great. Main Differences © Apple Besides the physical differences that are mentioned above, the biggest change this time around is the Active Noise Cancellation. The new AirPods Pro can detect external sound to determine the environmental noise and create an equivalent noise to cancel it out before it reaches your ear. So the new AirPods Pro includes an additional microphone that faces inward and cancels out any remaining noise. Additionally, the AirPods Pro also offers something called "Transparency Mode" with which users can hear the environment while still listening to music. The AirPods Pro has a new 'Force sensor' which is used to switch between the full ANC and Transparency mode. © Apple Apple has also introduced Adaptive EQ which promises to make music better for its users. It'll automatically tune the low and mid-range frequencies of the music to the shape of the ears. The Adaptive EQ, combined with a custom high dynamic range amplifier and a high-excursion, low distortion speaker driver, makes us believe the AirPods Pro will offer superior audio quality. The older AirPods don't have any of these features. Battery Life As is the case with any other Apple products, we don't exactly know how big or small the AirPods Pro batteries are. But Apple says that the AirPods Pro will last you for 5 hours on a single charge, which is similar to the older AirPods. However, with ANC, you'll be looking at 4.5 hours instead of 5. With charging cases, Apple says both models offer "more than 24 hours of listening time" in total and "up to 18 hours of talk time". For AirPods Pro, Apple says 5 minutes of charging will result in around an hour of listening time, but that's similar to the older AirPods since Apple used to say they'll last for around 3 hours with just 15 minutes of charging. © Apple Sweat Proof This time around, Apple is boldly claiming that the new AirPods Pro offers a level of sweat and water resistance with an IPX4 rating. There was no such mention of a rating with the regular AirPods. The silicone tips are probably helping here to seal the openings and making it more suitable for activities like running. A Worthy Upgrade? Well, this isn't our full review of the AirPods Pro, so we'll save our verdict for later. But the ANC was the only missing feature in the regular AirPods and we're glad Apple has added it. The other features like the Transparency mode and Adaptive EQ are also there in addition to the existing ones like wireless charging support, Siri support and more. In India, the AirPods Pro will be available from tomorrow for Rs 24,900. You'll be able to pick one up online from popular e-commerce platforms or from the authorized Apple resellers. View the full article
  19. Just like every year, a new WWE game is about to be released in just a few days, called WWE 2K20. This time around, there are a ton of things that are different, right from the developers themselves. NBA 2K franchise developer, Visual Concepts, took over the development of this game and we'll finally get to see what they've managed to cook for us on October 22. I got to play an early version of the game a couple of days ago. I also got a chance to interact with Mark Little, Executive Producer of Visual Concepts, and Lynell Jinks, the Creative Director of Visual Concepts. Based on my interaction and the time I got to spend with the game, here's what I think about WWE 2K20 - Everything That's New Since we have a completely new developer this time around, there are a few things that stood out for me. Besides the aesthetic tweaks to the in-game menu, the one thing which I immediately noticed is the control scheme. So the signature and finishing moves, at least on PS4, are triggered by new buttons by default and it's something that'll definitely take some time getting used to. Of course, you can go back to the old controls, but it's still a little weird when such changes are made to a long-running franchise that people have been playing for years and have gotten used to. When I asked Lynell about the change, he mentioned that the changes are to reduce friction and the likelihood of players hitting the wrong buttons. © WWE In addition to the control scheme, a lot of other things have changed. For instance, you no longer need to grab an opponent in a front facelock to do a standing submission. That can be done by simply walking up to them and applying the hold. I'll obviously be finding out what else has changed in the game once it's out. New Additions Since we got to play an early build of the game, which did have some minor glitches from time to time, I couldn't check out the new things which they've added to the game this year. Visual Concepts is betting big on something called WWE Originals Mode. It's 2K DLC content for the game this year, with the first one arriving as soon as the game comes out. © WWE I am being told that they're trying to do as many cool things as they can. Essentially, they're taking the WWE Superstars and adding a touch of fiction of the gameplay. The first pack called Bump In The Night, for instance, introduces new arenas and wrestlers with a horror theme. Here's an example - Additionally, you'll also be able to create your own character in the game and play as a male or a female. The career mode is also something that wasn't available for me to check out, but I am told that it's going to be a lot of fun this year. I mean, we have a female cover star for the first time this year, so things are definitely looking quite exciting. © MensXP Overall, I'd say that this year WWE 2K20 looks like a fun game to dip your toes into. Of course, I am yet to fully experience the game and check out everything that it has to offer, but I completely enjoyed whatever I played during the preview and can't wait to jump right in and see what else we have in store this year. WWE 2K20 comes out on October 22 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
  20. Apple is bringing major changes to the iPad as the Cupertino giant unveiled iPadOS last night at WWDC. Some of these features were highly requested by iPad users for better usability, functionality and adaptability. Apple announced the new iPadOS with new features that brings the iPad closer to laptops. Here are the features announced by Apple for iPadOS: 1. Mouse Support iPad users have requested mouse support for a while especially since the new iPad Pro is powerful enough to take on most laptops. For now, Apple has implemented mouse support as an AssistiveTouch feature which we feel is just the starting point. This feature at the moment simulates the touch action and can be done using a mouse instead. Currently, the feature is compatible with Apple's Magic Trackpad, and wireless Bluetooth mice. USB mice are reportedly supported but we can only be sure once it rolls out. Hello mouse support on iOS 13! It's an AssistiveTouch feature, and works with USB mice. @viticci nailed this pic.twitter.com/nj6xGAKSg0 — Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) June 3, 2019 2. USB File Transfers © Apple In order to come closer to a laptop's functionality, Apple's Files app needed additional support for better files management. Most users wanted support for USB drives and Apple is finally bringing support on the iPadOS. The new operating system will allow users to easily plug in USB drives, SD cards or log into an SMB file server. There's also support for importing photos directly from a camera into Lightroom. 3. Second Screen © Apple If you own a Macbook and want additional screen space, the iPad will now be able to fill that void. iPadOS brings the added feature of using your iPad as a secondary display. You can even use the iPad to edit images on your MacBook in real time. 4. Better Multitasking © Apple iPad users can now work with multiple files and documents from the same app simultaneously with updates to Split View, or can quickly view and switch between multiple apps in Slide Over. For example, customers can compose an email while viewing another email side by side or access multiple apps like Messages or Calendar with just a swipe. The iPad OS will be available for beta users later this month and is available now for Apple Developer Program members.
  21. Apple finally announced the new iOS 13 for iPhones and iPod Touch during the WWDC 2019 keynote yesterday. Yes, iOS is no longer available for iPad and that's because the company announced a new OS for iPads called iPadOS. iOS 13, in case you don't know, comes with a bunch of new features like Dark Mode, a couple of redesigned apps, faster app loading times, faster FaceID and more. © Apple According to Apple, the first public beta of iOS 13 will launch in July. But if the curiosity to try out the new OS is killing you, then you can actually install and check out the iOS 13 beta right now. Yes, it's possible and here's how you can do it. How To Install iOS 13 Right Now In order to install iOS 13 on your iPhone right now, you'll need a paid Apple developer account. That's because this isn't a public iOS 13 beta rollout. The beta software is only available for the developer to play with the OS and make compatible apps. If you're not a developer and don't have a developer account, then you can enroll for one right here. Do make a note that not all users are eligible to have a developer account, so you might not be able to create one right away. If you have a paid developer account, then you visit this page of the Apple Developer site to download the beta software right now. Again, do make a note that this won't be an OTA update, so you'll have to manually install the update. Wait For The Public Beta While the developer beta is out right now, we suggest you wait for the public rollout next month. For one, it'll be free to download and can be loaded via an OTA update. It'll also be slightly more polished than the developer beta that's out right now. Also, before you proceed, it's worth pointing out that it's best to create a back up before installing the beta software. Failing to do so will force you to be stuck with the beta version of iOS 13, which may or may not be very stable for daily use. Supported iPhones & iPods © Apple According to Apple, these are devices that can take part in the iOS 13 beta - iPhone XS, XS Max iPhone XR iPhone X iPhone 8, 8 Plus iPhone 7, 7 Plus iPhone 6s, 6s Plus iPhone SE iPod Touch 7th Generation Well, now that you know everything about iOS 13 beta, go ahead and check out all the new features that are available.
  22. Last night, Apple announced a bunch of new features for the upcoming iOS 13 update and it will be available for users by this fall. Some features bring stability and performance improvements. While there are general improvements, Apple has also added new features and a brand new dark mode. If you've been wondering what all Apple announced last night, here's our comprehensive list for the smartphone. A Faster FaceID Apple announced that the facial recognition process from the TrueDepth camera will be 30% faster than what we are used to right now. The faster unlocking will help users get into their smartphones without having to wait for FaceID to recognise your face. The process is already fast enough but with the 30% improvement, it could really change the way we would unlock iPhones. Dark Mode © Apple A dark mode for iPhone is one the most sought after features and Apple finally made it a reality last night. The iPhone's interface will change into darker tones and will also translate to system-wide apps and third-party apps who enable the feature. The new dark mode comes with added benefits such as better battery life and the fact that it would put less strain on your eyes. Sign In With Apple © Apple Apple has made it easier for customers to now protect themselves with a new “Sign in with Apple” feature. You will no longer have to use Facebook or Google sign in which can be later used to track your activity. Apple wants to protect users by providing a developer with a random unique ID. Users will also have the option to keep their identities a secret and share relevant information with the application. Apple has also integrated FaceID and Touch ID for this feature as an additional layer of security. More Photo Editing Tools © Apple Apple is now going to make it easier to manage and edit images on iOS 13 thanks to machine learning. The Photos app will be able to highlight the best images, automatically remove duplicate images or screenshots and will intelligently organise your library. It will be even easier to discover and browse your images. Photo editing tools have now been expanded with more Portrait Lighting adjustments, more editing tools, new effects and a better interface. Apple has also introduced a new High-Key Mono effect that creates a monochromatic look for Portrait mode photos. Additional Features - Messages can automatically share a user's name and photo, or customised Memoji or Animoji -With AirPods, Siri can read incoming messages as soon as they arrive, from Messages or any SiriKit™-enabled messaging app - Two AirPods can listen to content from a single iPhone as Apple introduced a new audio sharing feature. - Voice Control provides a powerful new experience that enables users to operate their iPhone, iPad or Mac entirely by their voice. - Files app introduces the ability to share folders with iCloud Drive and access files from external storage devices like SD cards and USB flash drives. - Reminders app has a new look and offers intelligent ways to create and edit reminders.
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