A familiar looking device was spotted at China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center. This is the agency in the country that is equivalent to the FCC in the states,and the familiar device was the Nokia Lumia 1520.
This is the first Windows Phone phablet and is expected to be unveiled on September 26th. According to a new tweet from evleaks, the launch date for the Nokia Lumia 1520 has been pushed back to October 22nd. Thanks to the GDR3 update installed on the phone, the device will have a 1080 x 1920 FHD resolution on a 6 inch screen and will be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
A 20MP PureView camera will be on back, with Carl Zeiss optics. A 3400mAh cell should keep the lights on for most of the day, and a 32GB capacity microSD slot will be available to expand storage. Make no mistake about it, the Nokia Lumia 1520 is a major release for the platform thanks to the GDR3 update. We’ve now seen the phablet get certified in the U.S. and in China.
Nokia Lumia 1520 gets certified China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center
For those who thought that BlackBerry might put off selling the first 5 inch phone in its history over a small little matter like selling the company, forget it. It seems that it is game on for the Canadian OEM.
A leaked document for Canadian carrier Bell shows that the unlocked version of the most powerful ‘Berry ever, the BlackBerry Aristo, will soon be offered by the carrier. Other operators up north are expected to get the home field advantage, like Rogers and TELUS. In the U.S., Sprint is the only carrier that confirmed it will offer the all-touch model.
The price is expected to run $650 off contract, and the Z30 is believed to be getting ready for a launch in late September or early October, in black. Considering that the company’s board has said that it would like to sell the company by November, how much support can this model be expected to receive? Just last week, we heard that the Blackberry Z30 was undergoing carrier testing which means that a launch might not be that far away.
News Leaked document shows BlackBerry Z30 coming to Bell 2013
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Best new Android, iPhone and Windows Phone apps for August 2013 Another month, another set of awesome new applications. Android, iPhone and Windows Phone all got some great new apps and we’ve summed them all up below, trying to cover it all – from the trivial alarm clocks to scientifc apps, photography apps and sports. We can’t help but notice how August marks a time when developers finally start to pay close attention to design and looks of their apps. iOS applications have long set the gold standard, but now Android is also catching up and we have to point out the awesome Timely Alarm Clock app. There was more than this however, and we have summed it all up below – the best new Android, iPhone, iPad and Windows Phone applications. Make sure to let us know which ones you like and which new ones you have that we did not include – all in the comments below
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- Big display (4.3 inches)
- High-resolution camera (8 megapixels)
- Quad core processor
- Lots of RAM (1024 MB RAM)
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If you’re highly into mobile gaming, you’ll find that Android 4.3 comes preinstalled with Google Games, which is Android’s take at putting your entire gaming experience into a single hub. This means that you can download and play your games on your smartphone, save your progress onto the cloud and progress at any other time on any other Android device to which you have registered your Google Play account.
Wireless connectivity improvements
This time around, Android will provide you with a much more efficient way of using your Bluetooth or Wi-Fi antennas. People who tend to use their device to wirelessly connect to accessories over Bluetooth will find the new support for Bluetooth LE quite handy as it widens the selection of accessories you can connect to. Wi-Fi improvements have been made as well, in terms of reducing power consumption while still keeping it always on, as Wi-Fi is a more efficient way to get data onto your device in comparison with cellular 3G antennas.
Auto Complete inside the dialing application
We’ve seen the auto complete (or the smart dialing) option built-into some of the branded Android versions such as those found in Samsung or HTC devices, but from Android 4.3 onwards, this will be enabled by default. Basically, this feature enables you to gain quick access to your contacts simply by typing the corresponding letters into the dial pad, as if you were writing a text message. Suggestions for the contact you may be looking for will appear on the top end of the screen so you can simply select one and establish the call.
User profile management
Another highly welcomed feature which will definitely be widely used for home-based tablet devices. By having the option to create and log into several different profiles, you basically get the same functionality as you do on a desktop PC when it comes to user profiles. This will enable you to leave the device anywhere in your home, without worrying about your child messing up your settings or deleting some important mails from your account – simply make as many accounts you’ll need so that everyone using the tablet has their own specific profiles for them to manage and work with.
Audio-video and overall performance improvements
The first device running Android 4.3 out of the box is the new Nexus 7 which now has stereo speakers on the bottom. This basically serves as a demo unit for Android 4.3’s new surrounds sound software support which will slightly improve your audible experience with movies, games or music. On top of that, Android 4.3 now comes as an operating system capable of working with OpenGL libraries which will make it possible for you to have an overall better visual experience. This is an advanced graphical library system commonly used in desktop computing so it’s nice to see it making its way to mobile devices. Also, one of the biggest performance improvements is definitely the so called “TRIM”, which we hinted about in the beginning of this article. Basically, this function keeps the built-in memory free of bulking up with unnecessary data, which wasn’t the case with Android 4.2.2 – because of this, devices tended to lag up over time. With this new optimization, Android 4.3 might just be reaching another level of software optimization.