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The HTC One (M8) From (E8)

Le 30 October 2014, 10:48 dans Humeurs 0

There's a big difference in terms of camera. The HTC One (M8) sports a 4 megapixel (utrapixel) Lenovo A3300 Tablet PC Duo camera. On the other hand, the One (E8) comes with a 13 megapixel camera that produces sharper images than the M8. However, since the E8 lacks the Duo camera setup, you are going to miss those fancy UFocus and Dimension Plus features found in the M8. Moreover, the E8' low-light performance is nothing to write home about. Overall though, I would still prefer the E8's 13 megapixel snapper over M8's fancy camera. Both the phones have a 5 megapixel snapper for Selfies.
The One (M8) is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 801 chipset clocked at 2.5 GHz, and there's 2 GB of RAM. Gaming is taken care of by the new Adreno 330 GPU. The One (E8) is powered by the exact same chipset. Indian variants of these phones come with 16 GB internal storage and microSD expansion slot.
Both these HTC phones run Android 4.4 (Kitkat) Sense UI 6 on top of it. We really like HTC's customisation. The Taiwanese company has thrown-in eye-candy elements, but hasn't gone overboard with it. Right from the icons to colour schemes, Sense UI 6 is easy-on-eyes. Be it the M8 or E8, you are unlikely to notice any stutter or lag. So as far as the software is concerned, both these phones offer the same experience. However, in all probability, the M8 will receive the Android Lollypop update before the E8. So, if you are finicky about the future updates, the M8 is a better choice among these two handsets.
Like most premium phones, the M8 features a single SIM slot. For better or worse, the E8 is one expensive phone with dual SIM support. However, the M8 is compatible with India's 4G (2300 MHz) LTE band. If 4G service starts in India, you will be able to enjoy it on the M8, but not the E8. Moreover, since the E8 lacks the Infrared port, it doesn't work as a TV remote.
Going with a plastic body has helped HTC keep the E8's price down to around Rs 31,600 ( In comparison, the One (M8) costs Rs 36,800. However, most people prefer HTC over other companies due to the sleek metallic build. Therefore, those willing to spend this much money, might as well stretch the budget and go for M8 instead.
HTC is one of the very few design driven handset manufacturers. Its One (M8) is undoubtedly the best looking Android handset in the market. In fact, the One (M8) easily matches the iPhone's charm. Much of the credit goes to its unibody and metallic construction. While, the One (E8) sports a similar design, it lacks the premium feel of the One (M8). The E8 feels plasticky, which is a definite turn-off for HTC fans. So as far as the aesthetics are concerned, the M8 is way better than the E8.
Both the E8 and M8 feature a 5" Super LCD3 capacitive touchscreen with scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass 3 Lenovo A3300 . These panels are impressively sharp. The viewing angles are quite good. There's almost nothing separating the screens of these phones. Only when kept side-by-side, I found the M8's screen slightly better at producing colours.

HTC One M9

Le 29 October 2014, 09:37 dans Humeurs 0

This is very impressive hardware, but tech moves fast and users lenovo A830 will be expecting HTC to go above and beyond with the One M9 for next year. One area in which critics were disappointed with the One M8 was the camera, with the current model featuring a dual 4 megapixel shooter as its main shooter. This is one shortcoming that HTC designers will want to address with the M9.
Other rumored improvements so far include a switch to a new QHD display, which may or may not be larger than the current iteration. Phones are getting bigger and bigger as users rely on them more for media and entertainment, but some consumers don’t want these sized-up phablet models. Perhaps HTC will follow in the footsteps of Apple’s iPhone 6, offering their flagship in a larger phablet form-factor as well as a compact version.
Furthermore, 3GB of RAM is becoming the standard for flagship phones, so expect the One M9 to boast more memory as well. An upgraded CPU may include a Snapdragon 805 over the current 801 found in the M8.
Nothing official has been announced yet, but fans and analysts are expecting the HTC One M9 to come out in mid to late March of next year. The 2015 Mobile World Congress event is scheduled to take place from March 2nd to the 5th, and HTC will likely release its next flagship smartphone shortly afterward.
Taiwanese hardware manufacturer HTC released their latest flagship, the One M8 Android smartphone, earlier this year in March. The device boasted impressive specifications and was a hit with users and critics, who are already highly anticipating the One M9, next year’s likely HTC flagship offering.
The HTC One M8 was a high-end phone with a premium price tag and features to match, running for around $800 to $900 off-contract in the United States. The device boasted 4G capability, a 5-inch 1920 x 1080 resolution display with a pixel density of 441 ppi, 2GB of RAM, a Qualcomm Snapdraon 801 lenovo S960 quad-core CPU clocked at 2.3 GHz (2.5 GHz in Asia), an Adreno 330 graphics processor, and 16GB or 32GB internal memory expandable to 128GB via a MicroSD slot.

Huawei Honor 6 Review

Le 28 October 2014, 10:13 dans Humeurs 0

Camera: The 13 MP rear camera is decent if not great. However, there is certain amount of noise in the images even in good lighting conditions. The front 5 MP lenovo A760camera produced surprisingly good results. Overall, it is fast, colours are nearly accurate and average users shouldn’t have much to complain.
Storage: The device offers 16 GB of internal storage out of which around 11 GB is available. The memory can be further expanded up to 64 GB via microSD card.
Battery: Excellent battery life at this price. The smartphone will easily last up to two days in normal usage. I was using 3G along with WiFi, played few HD games and the device lasted for over 32 hours even at maximum brightness. Battery life is one of the areas that will even impress the power users.
Connectivity: The smartphone supports 4G networks. In front of connectivity, I witnessed no issues at all.
Verdict: In the Rs 20,000 range, the Huawei Honor 6 is a good buy. Users will be impressed with the design, performance and battery life of the device.
It seems Chinese telecom equipment manufacturer, Huawei, has finally got a break in the price sensitive Indian smartphone market with its flagship Honor 6 smartphone. Huawei had launched its Honor 6 smartphone on Flipkart on October 6 and stated that the handset has generated faster sales than any of its predecessors in the country. Also, the company has been trying to make the Indian consumers realise that it is the third largest smartphone brand in the world and it should be honoured for that. But then should we honour it? We check out.
Design: It’s a good looking smartphone. The overall look of the phone seems to be inspired by the older iPhones, however, Huawei has taken care to pay attention to minor detailing. The glass back and plastic sides may give an impression that the device is frail but the third generation Corning Glass protection assures strength. The build quality is good and the device feels solid in hands.
Display: Sharp and crisp. The 5-inch Full HD screen does its best. The viewing angles are decent. The display performs well under sunlight as well. Users shouldn’t have any complains with the display quality of the smartphone.
Performance: Huawei Honor 6 promises a lot on paper and it even delivers. An octa-core processor with 3 GB RAM lenovo A516 is enough to attract any smartphone buyer. But the hardware does a good job in the most demanding situations. I did not encounter any sort of lags. Also, the phone doesn’t heat up much.
Software: The device runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system and is sugar-coated with Huawei’s Emotion 2.3 UI. Overall, the experience is good and the UI offers some handy customisations as well.

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