Samstag, 24. Dezember 2016

UMi Z became the world's first smartphone based on Helio X27 Aprocessor

UMi’s latest high-end smartphone is the Z, and the company has gone to great lengths to make the phone as impressive and premium as possible, all while not going into flagship-price territory. That’s one of the things we like most about UMi–their devices offer really great features and specs at low prices.
When it comes to the specs, the UMI Z packs the Helio X27 Deca-Core CPU clocked at 2.6GHz, the top tier of the X20 family. This SoC is available exclusively for LeEco (Chinese market) and UMi (Global market) at launch.
The processor uses the Tri-Cluster CPU architecture which allows the CPU to activate the most powerful cores only when necessary, while using the more energy-saving ones for simpler tasks. This is a good solution for having power when needed and reduced energy consumption when we use the phone lightly.
The battery is a 3780mAh unit and is made by Sony. Why not go for 4000mAh, which has been the battery capacity of most recent UMi phones like the Super and the Plus/E? According to the company, this slightly smaller unit allows a better optimized internal space and dimensions, and reduced body weight. Moreover, since the X27 has the tri-cluster technology for optimizing power consumption, overall battery duration is better than many 4000mAh phones in the market. And with PE+ fast-charging, it doesn’t take long to power up the phone.
For the Z, UMi had more room for internal components which allows for better thermal management. A lot of processes and state-of-art machines were used to craft the premium body.
For cameras, UMi Z equipped the same 13mpx Camera with Samsung S5K3L8 sensor both on the front and the back of the phone. You can always take high quality selfies thanks to the great sensor, even in low light. The rear camera has PDAF and Laser stabilization so you won’t have to worry about blurry pictures. Focus is immediate and noise is reduced also thanks to the latest Mediatek ISP technologies. With four LEDs used in the flash lamp, the scene will always be bright with natural colors, allowing nice photos taken in various light condition.
The UMi Z includes the premium NXP TFA9890 speaker driver IC, which enables 9.5V boost voltage from an integrated DC/DC converter. Increasing the voltage headroom in the audio driver IC prevents amplifier clipping and keeps sound quality high at maximum volume.
The 5.5″ FHD display manufactured by Sharp is a high color-saturation 95% NTSC gamut unit with 17% better overall color saturation for a richer viewing experience. The display is protected by Dragontrail glass.
This phone is shipped with android Marshmallow but is expected to receive a Nougat update within the coming month.
Specifications UMi Z:
  • Feedback: GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), WCDMA (900/2100 MHz), FDD-LTE (Band 1, 3, 7, 20); 
  • support SIM-cards: two SIM slot (microSD card instead of the second);
  • Display: 5,5 ", Full HD, matrix IGZO from Sharp, 2,5D-glass Dragontrail;
  • main camera: 13 megapixel, Samsung S5K3L8 sensor, 5-element optics, Quad LED-flash, auto-focus laser, phase detection autofocus, video recording in 4K format;
  • front camera: 13 megapixel, Samsung S5K3L8 sensor, flash Softlight LED;
  • Processor: MediaTek Helio X27 desyatiyaderny at up to 2.6 GHz core Cortex-A72 and Cortex-A53;
  • schedule: Mali-T880MP4, 875 MHz;
  • RAM: 4 GB LPDDR4 Samsung production;
  • Internal memory: 32 GB + microSD up to 256 GB;
  • Battery: 3780 mAh, quick charge Pump Express +;
  • Interfaces: Bluetooth 4.1, 3,5-mm headphone jack, dual-band Wi-Fi (802.11a / b / g / n; 2,4 / 5 GHz), USB Type-C with OTG support, FM-radio, GPS, GLONASS;
  • fingerprint scanner Touch ID 2.1;
  • Weight: 175 g;
  • color: gray, gold.

Montag, 19. Dezember 2016

Vernee Apollo: An All-metal Smartphone Engineered from more than 300 Processes

Vernee Apollo: An All-metal Smartphone Engineered from more than 300 Processes
     As the first VR-branded MTK flagship, Vernee Apollo carries deca-core Helio X25 SoC which features 2.5GHz main frequency. And it comes with 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, 8MP front-facing camera, 21MP rear camera and a 2K display. Besides these powerful specs, it also contains a VR box in the package.
     Since it is called “Flagship”, the ID design and technology behind it should be premium. 

       Apollo features a relatively square shape. There is no other openings or button on the touch panel except for the receiver and camera. The black display shows great unity with the metal frame. Coupled with 2.5D glass, it delivers wonderful screen-off viewing effects. 

     Both the back cover and frame are treated with No. 220 fine Zircon and 360° blasting sand, which makes the phone feel smooth and comfortable. The back curve fits your palm pretty well. The simplistic antenna band decreases the band coverage by nearly 40% and overcomes the shortage of traditional three-part design. The metal ratio reaches up to 98%, making the phone elegant and strong-built.

     Meanwhile, the screen is a little narrower than the frame, which is similar to the solution of OnePlus One. This design not only makes phone look slim, but also decreases the possibility of the screen contact with the ground in case of falling, which lowers the crack rate. What’s more, after CNC cutting process, the unique metal texture is better showcased and the handling experience becomes more superb. 

 Even in the detail, Apollo is well-designed. The whole body including the SIM card slot is firmly colored via 2 times of Anodizing process. And there is an anti-glare filter and CD pattern in the camera area. And the dual tone flash, fingerprint sensor and volume keys are all processed via CNC cutting. From those details, we can see that Vernee designers attaches great importance to the appearance and industrial design of this model.

        In fact it’s very hard to make a perfect product priced at 299USD range. How to balance the design and performance is a big question for most phone makers. However, Vernee seems to offer a great answer to this question, which is enough to show its honesty towards its users.

Vernee Apollo Lite hands on review

Freitag, 9. Dezember 2016

New UMi Z Likely to be First Phone with MediaTek X27

UMI Z should be the Last Flashship of UMI Brand Phone in 2016 as the UMI Official tell us that they are gonna to release the new phone UMI Z in the end of Dec.

Days ago, Mediatek unveil some new chipsets into the Helio family-new X23 and X27. And We have received information from a credible tipster that UMi will be among the first, if not the first, OEM to release a phone with the recently-announced MediaTek X27 CPU.

UMI Official tell that UMi Z will have 4GB of RAM (which frankly surprises us a bit considering their latest phone, the UMi Plus E, has 6GB of RAM), as well as 32GB of storage space and a 3780mAh battery. The battery size reduction (compared to 4,000mAh found on several recent UMi devices) tells us that UMi is focusing a bit more on design with the Z in order to have thinner profile. The UMi Super, Plus, and Plus E are all pretty thick thanks to the huge battery, so it looks like they’re backtracking on that a bit with the Z.
We also received a photo of the UMi Z which shows a design on the front similar to previous UMi devices, with a back design that is new to accommodate the dual-camera system. 
More information will be updated Soon

Mittwoch, 7. Dezember 2016

BLUBOO Edge Brings Brand New Camera Experience

BLUBOO Edge Brings Brand New Camera Experience

Speaking of BLUBOO Edge, you must be impressed with its pretty dual curved design, shiny back cover with mysterious lumia wave effect in the sunlight, extra-narrow bezel, considerate heart rate monitor, 256GB microSD expansion, etc. You may assume that phones like BLUBOO Edge are quite often fully focused on such qualities then for example camera performance can be quite shaky. But BLUBOO want to show that the new Edge is not neglecting anything even in that department.

The BLUBOO Edge is packing 13 Mpix SONY rear camera and 8 Mpix front camera. Those at least vaguely interested in the mobile photography can clearly see that the aforementioned specs are barely average and even though the pixel resolution is not everything it’s hard to be able to expect some top performance from the BLUBOO Edge’s camera. But BLUBOO are quite convinced about its qualities and to prove that they have released a video showing the Edge’s camera performance. 
First the tester showed the real camera’s performance with distant shot, close shot and pan shot. Those pictures taken by rear camera looks quite satisfactory. Then with carefully optimized lens, the selfie camera could identify human faces and automatically choose the level of beauty, beautifying skin more naturally and keeping more facial details. Beside, putting your smile on or gesturing a “V”, the camera will instantly capture your wonderful moments without pressing the shutter. 
In the video, the tester even compared the camera performance of the Edge with Samsung S7 Edge. Based on the comparison result of the video, the camera performance of the BLUBOO Edge is not inferior to that of the Samsung S7 Edge. Both devices are capable of shooting quite refined pictures.
Well, actually, it’s not absolutely authentic to evaluate real picture quality from such a video, but still worth checking out the following video: If interested, you could find all information about the Edge model on BLUBOO official website:

VERNEE APOLLO 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Helio X25 Launched Now only $249.99

Vernee Official Releases their High-Tech New smart Phone days again named VERNEE APOLLO. It is the Updated Version of VERNEE APOLLO Lite.

The Specification for VERNEE APOLLO- 5.5 Inch 2.5D 2K Screen, 2560*1440 Pixel- Helio X25 MTK6797T 2.5GHz Deca Core- Support Touch ID (0.1S Screen Unlock)- All Metal Body- 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM, Support 128GB TF Card Expansion- 21 MP Sony IMX230 PDAF Back Camera + 8 MP Front Camera- Android 6.0 System- Support USB Type-C- 3180mAh Battery, Supports Quick Charge- Dual SIM: Micro SIM + NANO SIM / TF Card (Another SIM Slot Can Be Used in Combination with a NANO SIM Card or a TF Card)- Band: GSM 850/900/1800MHz, WCDMA 900/2100MHz, FDD-LTE B1/B3/B7/B20, Support 2G & 3G & 4G LTE Network

CooliCool May you Merry Christmas!!!

Christmas comes and 2016 goes to the end. CooliCool may you Merry Christmas!!
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OnePlus 3T Hands one review

In terms of its physical design, the OnePlus 3T is the exact same phone as the OnePlus 3: same form, same thickness, all to a degree that guarantees that OnePlus 3 cases fit the 3T perfectly.

There is one thing changed in the outwards appearance, though, and that is color: the new 3T features a darker, ‘gunmetal’ grey that looks great. The old light silver shade of the OnePlus 3 is no longer available. There is also a second, soft gold color option, but that one is only available on the 64GB OnePlus 3T and is in very limited supply.

Just like the OnePlus 3, the 3T comes with a pre-applied screen protector right out of the box: and just like before it’s a little too narrow, not covering the full width of the screen, and when you use it you constantly feel its sharp edge interfere with the otherwise smooth glass surface. Yes, this is a minor thing, but you can’t help but notice it. 
Then, there is the mute switch. It’s an extremely convenient little thing that we’ve come to appreciate more and more. We wish more phones had it.

Let us see more detail about the OnePlus 3

OnePlus 3T Screen

OnePlus 3T is built with a 5.5in Optic AMOLED with Full HD (1920x1080) resolution and 401ppi. By its own admission, OnePlus continues to ship a screen that recreates colours more vibrantly than most, but with the Oxygen OS skin of Android that it runs this feels right; the handset and feel of the software that the screen runs is right at home with the popping colours and bright whites.
Having said that the 3T is faster, yet only noticeably so if you are really hammering it at full pelt. It joins the Google Pixel and Pixel XL in having Qualcomm’s top of the line Snapdragon 821 processor, the current pinnacle of smartphone chips. While only the most graphically intensive games and busiest of multitasking days will make the 820 sweat, the 821 is faster on the OnePlus 3T. Going from the 3 to the 3T, the differ OnePlus 3T ence is noticeable if incredibly subtle.
In a full week of use we experienced absolutely no lag, slow app changes or overheating. It is truly like using a desktop at some times, and even has more RAM than some of those computers with 6GB on board. Pair that with Adreno 530 graphics and you have an obscenely powerful smartphone in your pocket – alongside your fat wallet full of the money you’ve saved by choosing it.
OnePlus 3T fingerprint scanner and other specs
The fingerprint scanner is on the front bottom face of the device, which is still where these sensors work best, despite Sony trying the side and Huawei and others the back. The button is non-moving and gives the perfect level of feedback when unlocking the device or using a compatible app like Android Pay to verify your identity. Unlike the iPhone 7, it doesn’t feel like the whole phone is clicking down – it’s way better here.
Tapping the same sensor acts as a home button, and is so good that when we try phones with physical buttons it feels wrong. The best devices change our habits for the good, and the OnePlus 3T has the best fingerprint sensor/home button combo of any current smartphone on the market.
OnePlus 3T battery life
The non-removable battery clocks in at 3,400mAh, a step up from the 3,000 of the OnePlus 3. The internals are exactly the same dimensions but the battery is denser, hence the increase. In general use the phone will last a full working day which is about average. We left the house most days at 8am with 100%, and by the time we rolled in from work at about 6.30pm the OnePlus 3T had about 30% left in the tank.
This was when using the device as our primary email sender and using apps like Slack, Spotify, Pocket, WhatsApp, train timetable apps, GPS battery-drainers like Google Maps and several others throughout the day. The battery percentage chugs down at the expected rate, and we didn’t experience any dramatic unexpected fall-off.
OnePlus 3T cameras
The slim casing of the 3T means the camera protrudes slightly. This is an acceptable pay-off for what is an excellent sensor: a 16Mp lens with f/2.0 aperture and an LED flash. It’s also capable of shooting video at 4K resolution or 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second. We used the camera extensively in Barcelona, and the results were very impressive.
The panorama mode stitched together a mountain view exceptionally well, giving full detail to the scene. A football match in cloudy weather was reproduced well with no blur and in a low-lit church the camera reproduced colour and shadow to a high quality level.