Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Elephone S8 Confirmed to Feature Mi MIX Like Bezel-less Display


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Elephone, a little-known smartphone brand from China has been launching some decent devices like Elephone S7, R9 & P9000. Now the company is teasing few details about its upcoming smartphone Elephone S8. Recently, Xiaomi attracted the global attention with its bezel-less (edgeless) smartphone, Mi MIX. Now, Elephone announced its upcoming Elephone S8 also feature the similar three-sided bezel-less display on the front. Unlike the Mi MIX which came with a ceramic body, the images reveal the device to feature curved glass on the back. It gives a nice grip to hold on to the device which is missing on the Mi MIX.

The company also mentioned the device to come with a special design for fingerprint sensor and cameras. The Xiaomi Mi MIX came with a front camera placed on the bottom edge of the device as there is no placed on the top. It even lacks the physical earpiece and the regular proximity sensor; instead, Xiaomi used the Cantilever piezoelectric acoustic technology which transfers the sound through the metal frame inside the device and sports an ultrasonic proximity sensor that sits behind the display panel. More details about the Elephone S8 will be revealed in the coming days.

The design of the recently launched Elephone S7 looks almost similar to the Galaxy S7 Edge. It has a curved glass laid on front and back of the device. The device is priced at $200 for the 4GB RAM variant and comes with 64GB of internal storage. It sports a 5.5-inch display with Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) resolution and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. Under the hood, it comes powered by Helio X20 deca-core processor coupled with Mali T880 GPU. There is also a MicroSD card slot for storage expansion. Coming to the cameras, there is a 13MP rear camera with f/2.2 aperture and LED flash.

On the front is a 5MP selfie camera with f/2.4 aperture. It is backed by a 3,000mAh battery that supports fast charging with the provided 5V/2A power adapter. Connectivity options include 4G, VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n (2.4GHz & 5GHz), Bluetooth,  GPS, and MicroUSB 2.0 port. The device runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with the customized UI on top. Along with the Blue, the S7 is also available in Black, Green, and Gold colors. Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more updates!

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Brise Air Purifier with Artificial Intelligence adjusts & Cleans Air with Sensors, Data Collaboration


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Most of you people reading this might already be using an Air Purifier. While the Air Purifiers available in the market right now are really good at what they are doing, they still aren’t intelligent. Yes, they all pack some really good features which are good enough for most of the cleaning, but what if you get a smart air purifier which is capable of doing all the work by itself without you having to set it up every time. Well, BRISE Air Purifier which comes with Artificial Intelligence is capable of doing something similar. The company is calling it the intelligent home guardian.

According to Gizmo Report, this BRISE Air Purifier learns about you and provides personalized clean air environment according to your everyday activities. Do make a note that this Air Purifier is suitable for both home and work environment. It packs a ton of features that you might not get with some of the other offerings available on the market. Some of the features worth noting are the smoke purification, Dust purification, smell and chemicals purification, Fan noise control, Air quality meter, etc. It also comes with temp and humidity meters, child safety lock and what not. These are some of the features which most of the variants miss out in the market.

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You can load your preference and room conditions and it will clean the air in your room in any circumstance using the advanced built-in sensors and computing algorithm. The BRISE App can collect information about your room type, room size and along with the personal preference, it will provide you the best air quality possible at all times. It has an exclusive 6-layer air cleaning system can filter particles of all sizes and keep you secure all the times. It also has an advanced and efficient DC motor, which delivers over 65 liters of clean air per second.

And talking about the sensors, BRISE has four advanced built-in sensors to detect dust, VOCs, temperature, and humidity. It’s A.I. system can connect to the internet via WiFi and reference external outdoor data to provide a comprehensive air quality analysis. And all the info which it collects is presented with the BRISE app in the palm of your hands. Not just these, this air purifier packs a ton of other features as well. So if you want to know more about this device in detail, do make sure to check the source links as well. This device is estimated to ship in Aril 2017. Stay tuned for more info on this.

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HP EliteBook 1030

Business laptops are now so thin, light and durable that it's difficult to tell them apart from ones aimed at consumers. At 2.56 pounds in weight, the HP EliteBook 1030 is half a pound lighter than the new 13-inch MacBook Pro and there's a noticeable different when picking it up in a single hand. Better yet, HP's latest machine features most of the ports that the average business user would need on a day-to-day basis – including USB-C.

The HP 1030 decked in classic silver-and-black two-tone colour scheme, with the lid and base featuring a metallic sheen. The lid is absent of anything other than HP's logo, which is unfortunately the company's old one rather than the new one that is appearing on its consumer computers including most recently the HP Spectre 13.

Despite being relatively compact, the 1030 still has a classic laptop design and doesn't pull off any space-saving tricks like the Dell XPS 13 and its near-undetectable screen bezels. HP's machine still has that classic business laptop shape – including rounded corners and a tapered base that gets thinner at the front, MacBook Air-style. Simply put, it's gorgeous.

CNC milled from aluminium, the 1030's chassis feels tough with barely any flex detectable in its case.

Under the hood, HP has equipped the 1030 with a sixth-generation Intel Core m7-6Y75 Skylake processor clocked at 1.5GHz and backed up by 16GB of RAM, along with a 512GB SSD for storage. One of the 1030's leading features is that it operates without a fan. You won't be distracted by the whirring of fans (or indeed a spinning hard disk) – it operates silently at all times, which is definitely a bonus. 

Another highlight, the display, is literally one of the 1030's bright points. It isn't quite as bright as the one on the new MacBook, but it isn't far off – appearing equally as vibrant as the 400-nit rated display on Dell's XPS 15. We only had to use it at around 75% brightness indoors, and it's plenty bright to use outdoors on a sunny day.

On the left-hand side are a decent array of ports including a headphone jack, high-speed charging port and a power port. On the back is a Kensington slot, a HDMI port, a high-speed USB-A port and a USB-C connection for hooking up peripherals. Curiously, that USB-C port isn't DisplayPort compatible, meaning you can't hook it up the 1030 to an external display.

For that, you have to use the HP UltraSlim Docking Station, which costs around £189 (around $235) from HP's store and adds a multitude of ports including multiple additional USB-A and DisplayPort ports. It's a strange omission, as it means that, from the laptop, you're limited to outputting to a 4K monitor at 30Hz, or 60Hz at 1080p. Want to take your laptop to a colleague's office and work for the day on a high-resolution screen? Then you'll need to take the dock with you.


  • Cinebench R15: OpenGL: 31.38fps; CPU: 3.12 points
  • Geekbench 3 (Single-Core): 3,188 points; (Multi-Core): 6,623 points
  • Battery test (1080p, looked video streamed over Wi-Fi in Edge, 50% brightness): 4 hours 30 minutes

We ran into no performance issues during out time with the HP EliteBook 1030, likely owed to the healthy 16GB of main memory under the hood. The score it achieved in Geekebench's Multi-Core test shows just how far Intel's Core-M chips have come. At 6,623 points, it practically matched the the 6,646 points achieved by Apple's 13-inch MacBook configured with an Intel Core i5 Skylake processor.

The EliteBook 1030 features a smooth and adequately sized trackpack, with a well-engineered keyboard. Its individually-backlit keys have sufficient travel and pleasing bounce which helps you type quickly and accurately. After coming from the MacBook Pro, however, which features keys the size of small islands, they feel a little on the small side. All-in-all this laptop is more than up to the task of allowing you to bash out long documents and use it as a machine for serious writing.

Early verdict

The HP EliteBook 1030 ticks nearly every box going for business users. Its sharp design and lightweight nature will draw the envy of your colleagues in the office, but it's not just a pretty picture. With Intel's fanless CPU inside, it runs quietly while offering performance on a par with a Core i5 chip (if you go for the i7 flavour of Core-M, anyway). Its display is pleasingly bright, and you'll have no trouble using its keyboard or trackpad daily. The only blot on its impressive showing, then, is that you'll need to use HP's docking station to use the 1030 at high resolutions at 60Hz due to its reliance on HDMI.

XMG U727

XMG’s upcoming U727 is one of several SLI gaming laptops on the horizon, but how will it measure up to the competition? Acer’s ridiculous Predator 21 X will feature the new Kaby Lake CPU, but that’s not due out until 2017. So if you’re looking for a laptop that flaunts multiple GPUs, and doesn't come with the added bulk that water-cooling brings, then you might be hard pressed to beat this one.

Inside our test machine sits a sixth-generation Intel Core i7-6700K Skylake chip, which is ripe for overclocking. XMG’s machine, which is out imminently, is considerably lighter than the Predator at around 5.5 kilos (12 pounds).

That may sound a lot, but it's 2.5 kilos (5.5 pounds) less – quite a difference when you're lugging it around. While still the weight of a small child, it certainly feels and looks more like a conventional laptop than a wild concept machine.

Visually it’s in line with XMG’s retro 90s style. It’s industrial, black and therefore unashamedly trying to appeal to hardcore gamers. Encased in a smudge-resistant matt black aluminium, the lid’s design emits shards of light that look like glowing cracks in the earth’s crust.

These and the keyboard backlights are colour customisable using the inbuilt GameFeet program (we’re not sure what the name refers to exactly). For instance, when set to dance mode, colors flit across the QWERTY keys in quick succession. Coupled with the incredibly bassy and powerful speakers that sit below the screen, the U727's speakers aren't only fit for playing gamnes, they make the unit into a mobile disco of sorts.

The keyboard itself is responsive, and while the keys aren’t as deep as the Cherry MX setup as seen in an MSI GT80 Titan, they’re snappy and satisfying to use. The touchpad is a decent size with a small fingerprint scanner in the top left corner. There’s also a full numpad for all your shortcut and spreadsheet needs.

Two GPUs require two large power supplies, and the ones supplied are pretty standard for SLI laptops. Obviously they add to the bulk when in transportation, and from what we could tell, you’ll need both to charge it.

Connecting them up is easy as the two matching round connectors fit into a much smaller block that then plugs into the back of the laptop. It feels pretty sturdy, if a little clunky. But with that much power going through, something well-made and safe is appreciated.

One of the best features is the glorious 3,840 x 2,160 pixel-resolution Ultra HD (or 4K) display. Its anti-glare coating works a treat and the colours are deep and consistent throughout.

Along the sides are stacks of connectors, including two ethernet ports and a handful of USB ports, including a couple of Type-Cs, two mini DisplayPorts plus the standard headphone, microphone and an added bonus of both a line in and an out. 

In everyday use it seemed quick to wake up, but with that much power you’d expect it to. The machine we had was an early test machine with a few niggles to the fan profiles that will be ironed out before release, hence the lack of benchmarks in this article.

Early verdict

While water cooling is expensive and bulky, perhaps it’s the only way to get near desktop performance out of a laptop. So we’re looking forward to comparing the review machine’s benchmarks with a watercooled SLI such as Asus ROG GX800. Another interesting comparison would be to see what the benchmarks are like compared to an equivalent desktop. This setup apparently will retail at £4,415 (around $5,520 or AUS$7,400), which is by no means cheap but we have very high hopes for the U727. That's mainly because it could prove to be the right balance between power and portability in a GTX 1080 SLI setup.

Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016) with 3GB RAM & 16GB Storage Launched in South Korea


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Last year, Samsung introduced the affordable Galaxy On series in India by launching the Galaxy On5 and On7 smartphones. A couple of months back, the company has launched the new Galaxy On5 (2016) and On7 (2016) smartphones in China. Unlike the devices launched in India, both the Galaxy On5 Pro and On7 Pro came with a premium looking metal body design. Today, the company launched the Galaxy On 7 (2016) in its home country, South Korea. It is priced at KWR 399,300 (approx $340 / Rs. 23,000) in Korea, while in China, the same device is costing 1799 Yuan (approx $260 / Rs. 18,000).

It sports a 5.5-inch TFT display with Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) resolution. While the Chinese variant came with Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor clocked at 2.0GHz, the Korean listing mentioned the device to come with 1.6GHz octa-core processor. We aren’t whether the device sports the same Snapdragon processor or in-house Exynos processor. There is 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The user gets only 9.5GB of available storage out of the box, however, there the device accepts MicroSD cards upto 256GB. It runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with the TouchWiz UI on top.

It comes with a 13MP autofocus camera on the rear and an 8MP selfie camera on the front. With the front cameras, the users can capture 120-degree wide-angle selfies. The 3,300mAh non-removable battery is rated to deliver 21 hours of talk time or 84 hours of music playback. It measures 151.7 x 75 x 8 mm and weighs 167 grams. Connectivity options include 4G, Wi-Fi 2.4GHz, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, NFC, and MicroUSB 2.0 port. The home button on the front is integrated with a fingerprint sensor. It also supports quick launch shortcuts like double click opens camera app.

The loudspeaker along with power button can be found on the left edge of the device, while the volume rocker is placed on the left edge.It is available in both Black and Gold color options. The Galaxy On5 (2016) also comes with the similar design but in a smaller form factor. It sports a 5-inch HD (1280 x 720 pixels) display and is powered by Snapdragon 617 processor in China. The battery capacity is decreased to 2,600mAh battery while other specifications remain same as on Galaxy On7 (2016). Instead of Galaxy On5 (2016) and On7 (2016); the company launched the Galaxy On7 Pro and On5 Pro in India.

Both these devices come with the same removable plastic back cover as on its predecessors. The Galaxy On5 Pro sports a 5-inch HD display and is powered by Exynos 3475 quad-core processor, whereas the On7 Pro came with a 5.5-inch HD display and Snapdragon 410 processor. There is 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage on both the smartphones. Samsung also offered the S Bike mode along with Ultra Data Saving and Ultra Power Saving modes. The Galaxy On5 Pro is currently retailing at Rs. 7,990 while the On7 Pro is costing Rs. 9,990. Soon, the company is expected to launch the Galaxy C5 Pro and C7 Pro smartphones in China.

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Moto E3

Motorola has consistently produced some of the best affordable smartphones money can buy over the past few years - and the Moto E3 is here to continue that trend.

The Moto E (2015) was a highlight for cheap phones in 2015 and scored 4 out of 5 in our review - we'd still recommend it to anyone trying to spend less on their handset.

As such, even though it's nearly two years old, the phone is also still present in our best cheap phones list (though no longer in the top ten). So it's a fairly safe bet that the brand new Moto E3 will be a solid budget option too, but does it do enough to really impress us?

Moto E3 price and release date

Motorola released the Moto E3 back in September this year, despite announcing the phone all the way back in July. Or at least it did if you live in the UK, but the E3 isn't currently available in the US or Australia.

The E3 is a cheap phone, especially compared to the Moto Z and Moto Z Play flagships from Motorola. It currently costs £89.95 (around $120, AU$155) despite launching for a little more in September 2016 at £99 (around $125, AU$170).

Moto E3 design

The design hasn't changed much for the Moto E3, but that's not a problem. The Moto E3 features a plastic, rounded back that doesn't feel premium but does feel comfortable to hold.

Compared to its predecessor, the Moto E3 is a touch more like the Moto G range - which is a bit more expensive - with a slightly slimmer and lighter design. It feels a bit higher-end than the Moto E 2015 and is a lot nicer design-wise.

That's likely down to its stretched-out look, as despite the Moto E3 featuring a larger 5.0-inch screen (up from 4.5 inches on the Moto E 2015), it's not as thick or wide.

The screen is a big improvement for the Moto E3. This time it's a 720p display offering 294 pixels-per-inch.

You can tell this is a higher resolution than the 540 x 960 Moto E (2015), and being both larger and sharper makes the Moto E3 a big step forward and a much better option than the last Moto E.

In terms of power on the Moto E3, there's a MediaTek MT6735P processor, which is a quad-core 1GHz setup, paired with 1GB of RAM.

That doesn't amount to very much power, and we struggled to get some high intensity games running smoothly on the phone. 

That said, Real Racing 3 did run on it, even though it didn't look as beautiful as we'd hoped, so you will be able to run most things just as long as you can live without silky smooth performance and high-end graphics.

The biggest disappointment with the Moto E3 is the space available on the phone. There's only 8GB included and the software takes up at least 2GB of that. 

That means you'll get around 6GB of built-in storage space, which won't go far at all. Though there's also a microSD card slot which can flesh that out with up to 32GB more - which is something you'll definitely want to take advantage of.

Software-wise the Moto E3 is running Android 6 Marshmallow - the stock version. There's no word on whether Motorola will update the Moto E3 to Android 7 Nougat, but considering Motorola's track record of updating its phones we are quietly confident you'll be supported for a while.

For connectivity options, it's a similar affair to the last Moto E, which was the first phone in the line to embrace 4G.

You'll have access to Bluetooth as well, but sadly there's no NFC, so you won't be able to make the most of Android Pay. 

You also won't get a fingerprint sensor on the Moto E3, you'll need to spend a bit more money for that added security factor on your phone - why not try the Moto G4 Plus?

There are some big camera upgrades on the Moto E3 though. It's got an 8MP shooter on the back, with autofocus and an LED flash, and you'll be able to record video at 720p.

The selfie camera has also had big improvements, as there's now a much more powerful 5MP shooter on the front for your narcissistic tendencies.

Early verdict

If you're in the market for a new cheap smartphone, the Moto E3 may be the best choice for you. At under £100 (around $120, AU$155) you're not likely to be disappointed with the phone.

The Moto E line has always been great, and these new little improvements should go a long way to help the Moto E3 stand out as one of the better cheap phones money can buy, just as its predecessor did before it.

Amazon working on a speaker with 7-inch touchscreen & Alexa built-in


You are reading a story from PhoneRadar. is working a premium speaker with a 7-inch touchscreen and will run on Fire OS forked Android versions like we have seen on Fire branded tablets. According to the reports, Amazon is working on a speaker that will be coming with the companies own virtual assistant, Alexa out of the box. The interesting part is the device is expected to deliver a better sound quality rather than just producing more sound.

This device is not yet announced by Amazon but few sources report that this device is scheduled to be announced in the first quarter of 2017 and it will be competing against Google Home speaker and also with Apple home devices. The device will come with a touchscreen display to monitor and control t it along with a voiced-based Alexa digital assistant.

This new device is expected to be costlier than the Echo gadgets which are reported for audio quality majorly because of its design. Amazon is also testing a feature which will allow its user to pin an item on the screen of the speaker like a photo. Moreover, the user can also see the screen and the display can show the weather, appointments, news etc to its users.

Recently Amazon has launched its new Fire HD 8 Tablet which was an update over the Fire HD 8 that was launched earlier. This device was pushed into the market silently, and Amazon has decided to retain the same name as its predecessor and unveiled its tablet with few tweaks. Earlier to this Amazon has launched devices like Fire HD 8 Tablet (predecessor to Fire HD 8 Tablet 2016), Fire HD 6 Tablet, and also Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition. There is also a smartphone from Amazon called as the Amazon Fire Phone and few Amazon Kindles.

The device came with an 8-inch HD display and also will be powered by a quad-core processor with a clocking speed of 1.3 GHz coupled with 1.5GB of RAM. Well, we need to for the new speaks from Amazon to be unveiled officially and here about its pricing. Until then stay tuned to Phoneradar and comment in the section below for more.

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Upcoming Nokia D1C Smartphone to Launch in Two Variants with 5″ & 5.5″ Screen Sizes


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In 2017, we will finally see the launch of a true Android-powered smartphone from Nokia. Though the company had earlier launched Nokia X, Nokia X+, Nokia XL, and Nokia X2 smartphones powered by Android. The devices came with a highly customized Android OS and lacked the official Play Store access just like Fire OS and Yun OS. Now, the upcoming Nokia smartphones are expected to run on Android OS with Nokia Z launcher on top. With the Nokia’s presence at the upcoming MWC 2017, we guess the device to be unveiled there itself.

From the last few months, there are quite a few rumors suggesting the leaked Nokia D1C to be the upcoming Nokia device. The latest news is that the company will be launching the Nokia D1C in two different variants. While one variant comes with a 5-inch Full HD display, the other sports a slightly bigger 5.5-inch display with the same Full HD resolution. The 5-inch variant of the Nokia D1C comes with a 2GB of RAM and 13MP rear camera. On the other hand, the 5.5-inch variant sports 3GB RAM along with 16MP camera.

While the high-end variant might come with the metal body, the low-end variant with 2GB RAM is said to feature polycarbonate shell. The device will also run on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. Under the hood, both the variants might include Snapdragon 430 octa-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz and coupled with Adreno 505 GPU. There will be 16GB of internal storage in common and the user can further expand the storage with the MicroSD card slot. The high-end variant will additionally come with a fingerprint sensor integrated into the physical home button.

Though both the variants come with different resolutions cameras on the rear, on the front will be the same 8MP selfie camera. Based on the markets, we will be seeing dual SIM and single SIM variants. Connectivity options include 4G, VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and MicroUSB 2.0 port. Since the possible launch event is just three months away, we can expect more leaks to follow soon. Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more details!

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How To Accept Payments through Paytm for Retail Store through QR Code or Mobile Numbers

Paytm Retail Store Payment Vijay Shekhar

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On 8th November 2016, the Government of India announced that the ₹500 and ₹1000 banknotes were demonetised. There was no way one could spend their bank notes and now the only possibility of accepting or making payments is through digital services for saving time instead of waiting in long queues at the ATM’s. In this article, we are going to tell you how you as a Retail Store owner can easily accept payments through Paytm services easily.

First of all, if you have ever recharged your phone online you might have heard about Paytm services that have been online from almost a decade. The first thing to do is to download the app from the google play store & login with your credentials if not create an account. Depending on the type of services you have a different list of steps as mentioned below.

Select the Payment Solution here:

  • I want to accept payments on my app/website – Power your App/Website with Paytm’s payment solutions. Customer can pay through Paytm Wallet, Credit Card, Debit Card and Netbanking. Paperless onboarding option with easy integration kits / SDKs / APIs.
  • I want to accept payments in my shop/retail store – Start accepting payments at your Shop with Paytm QR solutions. Customer can scan the QR code and pay through Paytm Wallet. No POS or technical integration required.
  • I want to accept payments using Whatsapp, Facebook, SMS or email – Send Email / SMS invoices with a Pay button and get paid faster with Paytm. Customer can click on link and make payment without any hassle.
  • I want to reward my customers with Paytm cash – Reward your customer with Paytm cashback as gratification for loyalty.

Select the Second option of accepting payments for my shop & follow these steps to get started.
Accepting Payments through QR Code:

  1. The first step would be filling the Business Details (For Retail Store) form that needs you to share all the details of your shop including the address, category of the business, business description etc.
    Paytm Business Form
  2. In the next step you would be offered a sticker that you could download & print or else save onto your phone. That is it, now you can collect payments from anyone who visits your store and get started. Following is a copy of how the sticker looks like.
    phoneradar paytm store qr code

This is how you could easily accept payments from your customers directly on your application, website or your offline retail store or business. Now if you are confused about the costs associated for these services we have mentioned them below.

Retail Store:
Setup fee – ₹0
Annual Maintenance Charges – ₹0
Transaction Fee – 0%*
* Receiving money in your Paytm A/C is free.
* If you are a Non-KYC merchants you only need to pay 1% Charges on transferring money to your bank account.
* Till 31st of December 2016 all KYC Merchants can transfer money to their Bank account without any charges.

Payments in App / website:
Setup fee – ₹5000 (Waived Off.)
Annual Maintenance Charges ₹ 5000 (Waived Off)
Zero Transaction Fee for the first 3 months. * Flat 1.99% thereafter plus service tax.

All the digital wallet services are offering great benefits to businesses who are looking forward to accept payments through them and the above is an example of the same. You can also take a look at other service providers in the market and this tutorial was just for information.

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Alienware 13 R3

In the last few years, Alienware has introduced some uniquely-designed desktops with the head-turning Alienware Area 51 and space-compressing Alienware Aurora R5. Now, the space age computing company introduces one of the world’s thinnest gaming laptops yet with the Alienware 13 R3. 

The 13 R3 also sports the company’s new hinge-forward design, quad-core Intel Core i7 HQ-series processors and Nvidia Pascal graphics – making it a VR-capable machine. However, this 13-inch gaming notebook’s killer feature is an OLED display that’s so vibrant, it can almost make you forget about the $1,799 or £1,749 (about AU$2,400) price you’ll have to pay for all this beauty. 

Luckily, you can also get in on the ground level with a $1,199 or £1,249 (about AU$1,600) model with a standard HD screen. 


Alienware’s designs have always set its devices apart from all other gaming laptops with more lights and premium materials. This year, however, the biggest differentiator is that  hinge-forward design reminiscent of the Dell Adamo

To get a 21% thinner, 0.87-inch (0.22cm) thick chassis, Alienware has moved the heatsinks normally positioned beneath the keyboard to a bump that extends 1.5 inches behind the screen. Alienware also makes smart use of the extended rear for full-sized ports, including HDMI, Ethernet and the company’s proprietary Graphics Amp connector.

However, the laptop’s extended, 10.6-inch depth and boxy shape makes it hard to stuff in many 13-inch laptop bags. It wasn’t until we tried our backpacks meant for 15-inch notebooks that the Alienware 13 would actually fit. What’s more, with the laptop weighing in at 5.8 pounds (2.6kg) – nearly a pound heavier than most 15-inch notebooks – it’s one dense package.

Despite the need for bigger bags to carry around this laptop, we dig the new design. The thinner shape is accentuated by an equally sharper frame, etching away the subtle curves of the previous model. Rather than looking like an armored briefcase from space, the new design evokes a much more modern clamshell notebook.

From the side, you can see the strata of this laptop’s build transition from one solid sheet of aluminum to another with soft-touch coated magnesium sandwiched in between. 

Alienware’s older designs would normally mask these transitions with metal that curved around the edges, but we like exposed nature of it, like a Manhattan apartment with exposed brick walls and wooden rafters.

One thing we do miss about the older model is the exterior track lighting. While Alienware’s larger gaming laptops come with strips of lighting along the edges, you won’t find them here. Alienware says it came down to making the laptop thinner or flashy, and it chose the former, as it would also help prolong battery life. 

Technically speaking, though, the new Alienware 13 actually features more customizable lighting zones than ever before. 

The keyboard is now separated into four distinct zones (one more than its predecessor) while the trackpad comes with a backlight for the first time on 13-inch models. Combined with the Alienware logo on the lid, stylized power button and the glowing branding on the bottom screen bezel, users can individually program these eight areas to show off 20 distinct colors complete with lighting effects.

Reengineered to the nth degree

Alienware’s new and thinner design is evidently different from years past, but beyond the skin-deep changes, there has been plenty of reengineering on the inside. 

This year, Alienware has introduced copper elements to improve the ventilation, which you feel with most of the heat being drawn away from the keyboard and touchpad. This is also one of the few thin gaming laptops that doesn’t sound like a shop vacuum while under load.

Alienware has also introduced a steel plate to reinforce its Alienware TactX keyboard, eliminating any bit of keyboard flex. What’s even more impressive is that the keys offer 2.2mm of travel that’s even more satisfying than some mechanical keyboards we’ve used. 

Likewise, the 13 R3 is the first Alienware to feature touchpad buttons, whereas the older R2 model had a press-to-click touchpad. It’s still no replacement for a gaming mouse, we never felt like we needed to dive for one whenever we were just checking Facebook on this machine. 

Side-firing speakers are usually a disappointment, but these reengineered ones produce loud and clear sound with enough bass to make them decent for gaming. What’s more, they sit up high up enough off the base of the notebook so they’re not muffled out when you put it on your lap. 

OLED? Oh yeah

We’re not ones to be easily wowed, but our bottom jaw was on the floor upon first laying our eyes on the new Alienware 13’s OLED display. 

Colors virtually drip off the OLED panel with a richness rivaling any production monitor we’ve seen before – even the new MacBook Pro’s P3 color space-enhanced display. And, as if that wasn’t impressive enough, the Alienware 13 also produces the deepest blacks that seamlessly blend into the surrounding screen bezel.

More than a few times, we caught ourselves lingering on Windows 10’s lock screen backgrounds just to bask in the saturated color and sharp contrast. Likewise, this screen elevates the quality of everything you look at whether it be movies and pictures or the black text of this very review. 

On top of being one of the most vivid displays, the Alienware 13’s OLED screen lends itself surprisingly well to games, thanks to a one millisecond refresh rate. That’s faster than the TN panels you’ll find on most gaming laptops and monitors, with image quality that’s prettier than any IPS screen – or even the Razer Blade’s IGZO display.

Thanks to the hinge forward design, the display also sits directly above the keyboard for a more intimate typing experience. What’s more, the screen now hovers above the rest of the notebook,tethered by two hinges, allowing you it back a full 180-degrees. 

Most gamers probably won’t find any use out of this wide degree of articulation given the laptop will likely either just be sitting on a desk or hooked up to an external monitor. But, the added flexibility could come in handy if you’re using the Alienware 13 laying down or sitting on top of a cooling platform. 

The Alienware 13 R3 starts at a refreshingly affordable $1,199 or £1,249 (about AU$1,600) price, and it’s a well-equipped configuration at that. The base spec includes an 180GB solid-state drive (SSD), Intel Core i5-6300HQ processor and an Nvidia GTX 1060 with 6GB of video RAM – the same GPU available on the highest-end configuration. 

That said, with only a 1,366 x 768 resolution TN screen and 8GB of memory on tap, you’ll probably want to plug in this gaming laptop into an external monitor and add more RAM to boost your gaming experience.

The $1,499 or £1,349 (about AU$2,000) configuration comes with a more agreeable Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) resolution IPS screen, 256GB SSD and 16GB of RAM. You’ll have to pony up with $1,799 or £1,749 (about AU$2,400) to get the OLED display, but on the plus side, this also nets an Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor bump. 

Compared to the Full HD version of the $1,799 (£1,749, AU$2,599) Razer Blade, the Alienware 13 comes at a major bargain for nearly the same specs. Sure, this Alienware 13 model doesn’t include an Intel Core i7 chip, but a Core i5 HQ processor is more than sufficient, and you’ll save 300 bucks. 

Another worthy rival is the Aorus X3 Plus v6, which comes with a larger and sharper 13.9-inch QHD+ (3,200 x 1,800) resolution display, the same graphics chip plus a faster and unlocked Intel Core i7-6820HK processor. Although the X3 only comes in one $1,899 (£1,849, AU$2,799) SKU with a 512GB SSD and 16GB of RAM, it’s more affordable than an equally-specced Alienware 13 that runs for $2,099 or £1,899 (about AU$2,805). 


Alienware tells us this is the first time it has put a quad-core Intel HQ-series processor into a 13-inch gaming laptop. It’s a huge improvement over the dual-core U-series processors that proved to be a performance bottleneck for older models. The two extra cores lend themselves to much faster video rendering and powering through games. 

Additionally, the onboard Nvidia GTX 1060 allowed us to enjoy perfectly smooth rounds of Overwatch with deliciously rich colors on the Alienware 13’s OLED display. Gears of War 4 and Titanfall 2 also ran beautifully on this 13-inch gaming laptop, though you’ll run into problems with running certain graphically challenging games, like Hitman.

Now that the Alienware 13 has jumped onto the quad-core CPU bandwagon, it’s an absolute powerhouse that keeps up with larger notebooks, like the Asus ROG Strix GL502 and HP Omen 17. On the processor end, this 13-inch laptop scores just as well as Asus’ 15-incher, while the HP Omen 17 and Razer Blade pull ahead with scores in the mid-13,000s. 

When it comes to gaming on Ultra settings, the Nvidia GTX 1060 inside the Alienware 13 delivers a playable experience above 30 frames per second (fps). However, it doesn’t hit 60 fps quite as well as the GL502 or Omen 17 and their Nvidia GTX 1070 GPUs. If you’re fine with taking things down a notch to high settings on the Alienware 13, you’ll get much smoother frame rates.

Battery life

Battery life is one performance benchmark in which the Alienware 13 falters. Alienware told us it bumped up the capacity of the batteries from 51 Watt-hours to 76 Watt-hours. However, we only saw, at best, 4 hours and 30 minutes of use through a frenzied day of Black Friday shopping. 

We saw shorter runtimes in our benchmark tests, with the Alienware 13 lasting only an hour and 45 minutes on PCMark 8’s battery test. The 13-inch gaming laptop didn’t fare much better on our movie benchmark test – looping a locally stored 1080p movie at 50% brightness and volume – calling it quits after 3 hours and 15 minutes.

Compared to its predecessor, the new Alienware 13 offers disappointingly shorter battery life. Among its peers, the last generation Aorus X3 Plus v3 performs better despite having a higher-resolution screen and more power-hungry Maxwell-series GPU. 

We liked

So far, we’ve only seen a few OLED displays make their way to the HP Spectre x360 and Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga. This is the first time an OLED screen has made its way to a gaming laptop – where it arguably fits best. The 1ms refresh rate serves up perfectly smooth gameplay all while displaying the most vibrant colors and deepest blacks we’ve ever seen on a gaming laptop.

We disliked

The new Alienware 13 might be thinner, but, thanks to that extra hump in its rear, this 13-inch gaming laptop was a tight fit for most of our bags. Another knock against this notebook’s portability is its short battery life. You won’t be able to venture far from a power plug with, at best, five hours of juice in the can.

Final verdict

The Alienware 13 is an impressive gaming laptop through and through. Thanks to the new quad-core processors and Nvidia Pascal graphics, it keeps in step with larger 15-inch and 17-inch machines. You also won’t find a gaming notebook with a screen that looks as good as this notebook’s OLED display. It produces unrivaled colors and black levels with a lag free refresh rate to keep up with the fastest shooters.

Admirably, Alienware has thoughtfully redesigned almost every element of the 13-inch gaming laptop around its new hinge-forward design. It’s hardly the first notebook to feature this design, but Alienware turned the thinner frame to its advantage for better cooling and sound. 

And, with a starting price of $1,199 or £1,249 (about AU$1,600), the entry-level Alienware 13 is a fine launching point for gamers even despite the barely HD display. Full HD gaming on this machine is competitively priced at $1,499 or £1,349 (about AU$2,000), and the OLED screen is well worth the $1,799 or £1,749 (about AU$2,400) price of admission.

LG Applies for Trademarks for Four New Smartwatches, Might Launch at MWC 2017

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LG, Motorola, and Huawei had skipped launching their new Smartwatches in 2016. While Huawei is rumored to bring Tizen-powered smartwatch, the latest news suggests LG to be working on a bunch of smartwatches. The company has applied for trademarks over four names – Watch Style, Watch Pro, Watch Force, and Watch Sole. Earlier to this, the company launched the LG Watch, Watch R, Watch Urbane, and Watch Urbane (2nd Gen) smartwatches. The description of the category that these trademarks are listed says ‘Smartphones for wrist; Smartphones; Watches that communicate data to smartphones; Watches incorporating cameras and mp3 players, and that communicate data to smartphones and PDA; Wearable portable communications apparatus; Wearable smartphones’.

Apart from these names, there is no other information available about these smartwatches. Along with these four trademarks, we also have one trademark with the name ‘Watch Pay.’ The description of this trademark mention, “Mobile payment application (software) for smartphone; Mobile payment application (software) for smartwatch; Smartphones.” This name might be of the payment technology that LG uses in their upcoming smartwatches. Even though its late, LG has finally announced its mobile payment service ‘LG Pay’ earlier this month in its home country. However, the service is yet to come integrated with their smartphones. While Apple Pay and Samsung Pay have seen successful adoption, LG might follow them by launching their service targeting the developed nations.

Even though Samsung and Apple smartphones are sold in India, none of them haven’t yet introduced their mobile payment system in the Indian market. Both the smartwatches and the Watch Pay service are expected to go live first in South Korea. We can expect the company to unveil them alongside the upcoming flagship LG G6 at the MWC 2017. Just like earlier smartwatches, the upcoming smartwatches are also expected to run on Android Wear OS. The LG Watch Urbane LTE is the first ever Android Wear smartwatch to come with LTE connectivity. While Samsung smartwatches run on Tizen OS, Huawei and Motorola also uses the Android Wear OS for their smartwatches. In between, LG also launched one variant of the LG Watch Urbane with WebOS.

As of now, the recently launched LG Pay supports only Shinan and KB Kookmin Cards, which are based out of South Korea. Even Samsung Pay is initially limited to their home country before rolling out globally. In the coming weeks, we might get much more information about their four new smartwatches and LG Pay mobile payment service.

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Is it Possible to Render 4K Videos & Export in 4k Format on an Android Smartphone

4K Video Rendering Android Smartphone

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Earlier when we were testing the OnePlus 3 Smartphone, we had a question regarding the RAM on the Smartphone. The phone comes with 6GB of RAM that a normal user would not use, while the use-case should be someone who wants to play heavy resource intensive games & someone who should be editing his videos on the go. If you are a Vlogger or a Creator who records a lot of videos from your Smartphone, then you should be getting a phone with 6GB RAM & a powerful processor like the Snapdragon 820 or probably the Snapdragon 830 that’s expected to launch soon.

The question still stays the same. Will you be able to render 4K Videos from your Android Phone & then export the same on your device in 4K? We have tried & tested dozens of video editing applications available in the Google Play Store, but surprisingly very few applications actually allow you to Import 4K videos and edit them. During this search, I was surprised that there was no app that actually allows you to export your videos in the 4K resolution. Most of them exported the videos in 1080P or lower & that again depends on the Smartphone you have been using for these tests.

One of those applications that we tested was the KineMaster Pro Video Editor that has been downloaded more than 5 Million times. What I liked about the app was the huge number of features & also hoped that it would be supporting the requirement that I was looking forward to. Sadly it didn’t, though there’s the following information available on their official listing that clears that most of the mid-range or the budget phones are not compatible.

Video layers are available on supported devices only. Currently, devices using Qualcomm Snapdragon 800/801/805/808/810, Tegra K1, Kirin 920 HiSilicon 3630 (e.g. Huawei Ascend Mate 7), or Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 7420 are supported, with support for more devices coming soon.

There is a user community of KineMaster where I had asked the team a few questions & following are their answers.

Q. Is there a way to import 4K videos and also export in 4k?
A. Matthew A. Feinberg: Hi +Amit Bhawani, thanks for your question! Currently, it is possible to import 4K videos (with re-encoding) on the Snapdragon 820 chipset only. Currently, there is no chipset on the market that is powerful enough to support exporting in 4K, but we expect there may be some new phones in late 2017 that might be capable of it. (There is no technical limitation in KineMaster about it… internally, we already support 4K, but there aren’t any phones or tablets that are capable of it yet). As a general rule, you need 3x~4x performance for video editing. So for example, to edit 1080p 30fps video, you need a phone that can play and record 1080p 90fps or 1080p 120fps video. The same goes for 4K—and at the moment, there are no phones that can handle 4K 120fps video (Snapdragon 820 is close, but still not quite powerful enough). I know that’s not the answer you want, but it’s the best we can do for now. Hope you understand, and thanks for using KineMaster!

Q. Were you able to Export 4K Videos on any phone? Any other inputs you could add
KineMaster itself has 4K capability, but right now it’s not possible to use that capability on any device because there aren’t any devices that are powerful enough. In other words, we did all of the work for 4K support already, but now we have to wait for a powerful enough device to become available on the market. (As for 4K import, Snapdragon 820 handles it well).

There is also the Cyberlink PowerDirector Video Editor App available on the Play Store that also exports videos only in full HD resolution instead of the desired 4K & this is a pity. We have Smartphones with crazy hardware launching every month but no progress on the actual use case of that hardware for which we pay hundreds of dollars. Do let us know if you find out an Android App that fulfils this requirement and is available for everyone.

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Intex Aqua Classic 2 with 5″ TFT Display & Dual LED flash Launched at Rs. 4,790

Intex Aqua Classic 2

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Recently, Intex had launched the Aqua E4 4G smartphone with entry-level specifications and priced at Rs. 3,333. Now, the Indian smartphone company has come up with an another smartphone which is in the part of Aqua series called as Intex Aqua Classic 2 and is now listed on the official website at a price tag of Rs. 4,790. It is the upgraded version of the Intex Aqua Classic smartphone that was launched previously.

The Intex Aqua Classic 2 smartphone has the same design as its predecessor and comes with a fine finish and elegant design which gives a royalty look when you hold the smartphone. This smartphone comes packed with a dual LED flash that is located at the below to the rear camera. The tagline of the smartphone is Witness the Magic of Dual Flash that indicates it should take better pictures even in the low-light environments.

Talking about the specifications of the smartphone, it comes powered by an unknown quad-core processor that clocks at 1.2GHz coupled with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of inbuilt memory. There is also supporting to expand the memory via microSD card slot up to 32GB. On the front, there is a 5.0-inch TFT display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels and offers a pixel density of 196PPI. It comes equipped with an Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.

Regarding the photography front, there is a 5MP rear camera with dual LED flash and 2MP secondary camera on the front. The rear camera can record videos up to 720p at 25 frames per second, and the front camera also records the videos as well. The other camera features include an f2.8 aperture, 3P lens, 4:3 aspect ratio and autofocus. It has an SAR value is 0.355W/Kg in 1g of Head, 0.691W/Kg in 1g of Body-worn and also has a RoHS Complaint.

Powering the entire smartphone is 2200 mAh capacity battery that is rated to deliver up to 6 hours of talk time and lasts around 200 hours of standby time. It supports dual SIM dual standby and offers 3G HSPA. Sensors on the smartphone include G-Sensor, Proximity Sensor, and Light Sensor. This smartphone comes with an emergency rescue and smart gesture support. It measures 145.2 x 72.6 x 10.9 mm in dimensions and unknown weight.

It will be available in only one color such as Champagne. At this price range, this smartphone will give tough competition for the devices like Micromax Canvas Spark 3, Yu Yunique Plus, LYF Flame 7S, LYF Flame F8 and InFocus M370. As of now, there is no availability of the smartphone. So Stay tuned for more related information & tech news on

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Infinix launches Zero 4 Smartphone with 16MP Camera & 5.5” Full HD display


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Hong Kong-based smartphone maker Infinix launches the successor of its popular smartphone series Zero. The new Infinix Zero 4 come with improved specifications and design. It is available in Pakistan with a price tag of Rs 22,999. Before Zero 4, the company is launching Zero series smartphone in Pakistan from last three years.

Talking about the specification of the smartphone, it comes with dual SIM and 3G and 4G support. Zero 4 runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system out of the box. There is a 5.5-inches IPS display along with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. The pixel density of the screen is 440 PPI. The smartphone is 7.8mm thick. The smartphone powered by MediaTek Helio X20 deca-core processor and comes with 3GB RAM on board. There is 32GB internal storage inbuilt along with up to 128GB memory card support.

Talking about the camera of the smartphone, it comes with 16MP rear camera with optical image stabilization, dual-LED flash and laser focus. There is 8MP front camera with LED flash as well on the smartphone. It also comes with a fingerprint sensor. There is a 3200mAh battery on board. According to the company, it will last through a whole day on medium usage. The smartphone comes in three color Gold, Black, and Silver.

The design of the Zero 4 is the same as its predecessor but comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection. The body of the smartphone is full metallic. Infinix claims it has R&D centers in France and Korea while its manufacturing unit located in China. The company mainly focuses on Android smartphones and makes smartphone under Zero, Note, Hot series smartphones.

The company recently launched Infinix Note 3 smartphone as well with 6-inches full HD display and 4500mAh battery. There is 13MP rear camera along with LED flash and 5MP front camera for a selfie. The Note 3 also comes with a fingerprint scanner. It supports Gestures and smart motion. There is 1.3GHz octa-core 64-bit Media Tek processor on board along with 16GB internal storage. It also supports memory card up to 32GB. The Note 3 is a dual SIM smartphone and supports 4G LTE.

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Lava X50 Plus Smartphone with 5.5-inch Display & 2800mAh Battery Launched at Rs. 9199

Lava X50 Plus

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The Indian smartphone manufacturer company, Lava had recently launched the Lava A76 Plus and Lava A51 smartphone and are priced at Rs. 5599 & Rs. 4199 respectively. Now, the company has launched a new smartphone in the category of X-series called as Lava X50 Plus and is priced at Rs. 9199. It is now listed on their official website with interesting specifications. The Lava X50 Plus smartphone is the successor of the Lava X50 smartphone that was launched Earlier this year at a price tag of 8699 INR.

The Lava X50 Plus smartphone is a sleek metallic body with an elegantly curved back with NCVM coating, which is the same design as its predecessor. It has a Screen-shrink feature that helps you to manage everything with just one hand and also has a swipe down with a three fingers to take a capture a screenshot. It will be available in Blue, White and Gold color options.

Coming to specifications of the Lava X50 Plus smartphone, it comes with a 5.5-inch HD IPS display with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution and 5-point touch for precision. It offers a 267 PPI of pixel density and 16M colors. Under the hood, the phone comes packed with an unknown quad-core processor that clocks at 1.3GHz paired with 2GB of RAM. There is a 32GB of internal memory with an option to increase storage up to 32GB via microSD card slot.

The Lava X50 Plus smartphone runs on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box with pre-installed applications. It supports dual SIM dual standby and offers 4G LTE network. This smartphone comes powered by 2800mAh capacity with power saving mode which will provide the battery juice more than a day of usage. Measuring the device dimensions are 155 x 71.8 x 8.85 mm and is weighing around 155 grams with battery.

As per as cameras are concerned, it packs an 8-megapixel autofocus rear camera with a big pixel (1.14µm) sensor and LED flash that will record videos in 1080p at 30 frames per second. On the front, there is a 5-megapixel image sensor with LED flash for taking amazing selfies and video calling features. The other camera features include Face Beauty, Panorama Mode, Time Lapse Video and Slow Motion Video feature.

The other connectivity options include 3G HSPA+, EDGE / GPRS, Bluetooth, GPS/A-GPS, Micro-USB 2.0, FM Radio, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n support, USB Tethering and 3.5mm audio jack. This smartphone will support 11 Indian Languages, Smart Gestures, and Flip to Mute. The Lava X50 Plus smartphone would compete for the device like Panasonic Eluga Tapp, Xiaomi Redmi 3S Prime, Coolpad Note 3 Plus and Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus.

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