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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Tech Specs - Releasing on August 2014.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is anticipated to be unveiled around August 2014, but zero exact discharge date may be announced yet. We feel Samsung can introduce it at IFA Berlin, but it’s a rumor presently.

it will probably be available at all the carriers in the usa, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Short & US Cellular, along with Bell The us.

It may seem like Galaxy Notice 4′s codename is actually SM-N910 and yes it is likely to be offered internationally through October, in 2014.

The Universe Note several is anticipated to feature a 2. 7Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SoC, powered through four Krait 450 processor cores and also a quad-core Adreno 420 GPU. It’s yet unclear if it will eventually come while using the same RAM capacity or will probably be boosted for you to 4GB.

It should provide an internal storage devices of 32GB or 64GB, expandable by approximately 128GB through the microSD credit card slot. Wifi 802. 11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4. 0 THE, NFC, IR blaster, LTE Cat 4, Wifi direct, WiFi hotspot and also DLNA are usually usual functions nowadays therefore we’re pretty sure the Universe Note several will activity them.

We assume the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in the future with exactly the same camera since the Galaxy S5 and yes it might obtain an optical image stabilization also.

The gossips about Samsung’s impending flagship phablet maintain flowing and also we anticipate to see leaks from the actual device immediately, as their release night out nears.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 must be just a noticable difference over past year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and also we don’t think it will eventually come while using the flexible Youm display as several rumors show, but we should gather more information pretty before long.

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Telegram Social Messanging App

Telegram is super-fast, simple with secure messaging app. You can create group chat also with up to 200 people together, stay connected with everyone at once. It support to share videos up to 1 GB and also send multiple photos from web. This app supported encryption chats so for those who want privacy of their secret chats.


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Wearable Tech - Ear Tiny Mounted Computer

The researcher Kazuhiro Taniguchi of the Hiroshima City University Developed an earpiece device that mounted computer. Kazuhiro Taniguchi create a prototype of mini computer that can work on the ear and that bring computing power to the ear. This tiny computer is wearable like Google Glass but use for ear.

This Wearable Computing device uses infrared to detect mouth movement and by that movement to command the device. By the Infrared wave this device determines movement of mouth when people open and close their mouth for example. So this device uses infrared sensors that monitor any movement inside the ear which differ depending on how the eyes and mouth move. This system will allow the user to navigate through apps using gesture or movement such as facial expression such as raised eyebrows, stuck-out tongue and  blinks so on.

This is Bluetooth earpiece offering visual information like smart gadgets tech. this device  contains GPS functions, a compass, barometer, microphone, gyro-sensors, a battery and speaker making it a sensible tool to track the wearer’s biometrics and offer real-time information transmissions. Such a device could bring voice-assisted apps to the ears in a big way. Apps could be created for the device that would further increase its applicability, which can range from fetching traffic reports to getting directions.

The advantage of that kind of Ear Mounted Computer is that it can benefit people can’t use their hands. It means permitting a wearer to work a device totally hands free. This Ear Switch’s sensors could offer as a apparatus to guard a wearer’s health changes and eating habits and also its many features, the on-board accelerometer could instruct the smart phone to relay information regarding the wearer’s physical conditions, or call an ambulance based on GPS data.

Developers say this device ready by Christmas 2015 can be connected to devices such as the iPod or the mobile gadgets.
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Android Smartphone Language Translator App - Must use

If you search the web for a language translator, you can find innumerable language translators. But if you are an Android user and want the best language translator, I recommend you the Google Translator. As the name suggests it is a product developed by the giant Google. It is a free app available free of cost on Google Play store sizing nearly 3.34 MB.
    You can have translation between nearly 80 languages like Afrikãans, Albenian, Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Cebuano, Chineese Simplified, Chineese Traditional, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esparanto, Estonian, Finnish, French, Galician, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Haitian, Hausa, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong, Hungarian, Icelandic, Igbo, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kannada, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonio, Malay, Maltese, Maori, Marathi, Mangolian, Nepali, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagolog, Tamil, Telegu, Thai, Turkish, Ukranian, Urdu, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yiddish, Yoruba and Zulu.

Now let's get a close look on its translation techniques:

1) Text Translation:

    Text translation is the simplest thing that you will find in any of the language translators. You just have to type the text in the text area and select the language to which it has to be translated.  

2) Speech Translation:

    Speech translation is the best thing that you will find on this app. Google translator allows you to record audio. It then converts this audio into text. Now this text gets translated into the text of the language of which you want the output. And now it again converts this text into audio and gives this audio as output. Thus, two persons can communicate with each other even if both of them speak different languages.

3) Translation using image:

Image translation seems to be a little odd when heard first time. How can an app translate an image? Actually it is the text that has to be translated within an image. But how can the app recognize the text from the image? For that you have to swipe the area of image where the text lies. Now the app recognizes the text from the image and gets it translated in the given language.

4) Translate using handwriting:

    Suppose you have to translate a language for which keyboard is not available. Then how can you input the text that has to be translated? Google translator has a solution for this type of problem. It gives you a free handwriting pad where you can draw the letters of the text that has to be translated. The app recognizes the letters and gives you the translated text. Thus you can input letters for which no physical or virtual keyboard does not exists.

    These are the four types of translations that you can perform while using Google translator. Now let's discuss about some of its special features:

• Offline language packages:
    Google Translator allows you to download language packages, so that you can perform translation even if you don't have an active data plan available on your phone.

• Product tour:
    Google translator gives you an excellent slide show for understanding how you can perform different types of translations using the Google Translator.

• SMS Translation:
    SMS Translation option lets you to translate all incoming SMS on your phone.

To download this app Click here.
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Android What is Android ? Top Facts You should Know

Hello friends! Nowadays, we frequently hear words the Android phones, Android Tablets, Android Apps, Android Games, etc, but we rarely know what Android actually is! So today let's discuss about some basic Android concepts and enhance our knowledge.

Android is a Linux based open source operating system especially designed for touchscreen devices like smartphones and tablets. The latest version of Android is kitkat 4.4 released on 31 October 2013. It was developed by Google Open Handset Alliance under the project named Android Open Source Project. The programming languages used to develop Android are C, C++, and Java(UI). The user interface of Android can respond to real world actions like tapping, swiping, pinching and reverse pinching. Android home screen can be customized very easily with shortcuts and widgets. Widgets display live contents like emails and weather directly on the screen. All the above discussed things are just its general features. But now let's discuss the things that makes Android to dominate the world.

1.) The world's most powerful mobile platform:

The success of Android lies with its extremely useful apps and high quality games, especially the free ones, provided by the Google Play store. These apps and games seems to be like the shining stars in the dark sky. And amongst these shining stars, the stars which emits extreme charm are Whats app, True-caller, Photo Funia, Line, and many more. It seems to me a completely better device than a desktop computer running on Windows. Above all, the thing which makes it the best one, is its ability to respond to touch screen actions. It makes the user feel that objects in an Android device are the real world objects to which they can touch.

2.) Strong development framework:

Using a single application model you can deploy your apps to innumerable number of users on a wide range of devices like phones, tablets, etc. It allows you to create user interfaces which automatically gets adapted according to internal hardware of a particular device and thus giving you the best results for that device.

3.) Open source: v/s Closed source:

The biggest rival Google's open source Android is Apple's closed source iOS. The closed source OS provides very limited access to users for customizing various apps. For example, if you want to change your default browser from Safari to Opera, then you don't have the authority to do that in a closed source OS. For deciding which one is better for you, you should ask a question to yourself: Would you like a device that's easy to use, but doesn't give you any freedom(iOS), or a device that could easily be customized, but might be very complicated(Android)?

4.) Influencing the wearable technology:

The journey of Android is not just limited to mobile devices and tablets. Its bright future lies in the development of wearable technologies. One of the best example of Android wearable device is Google Glass. Google is also working hard in Google video game system and smart watch having Android in its base.

    The info I have shared with you are just a glimpse Android. I will constantly be working hard to give you the latest and the best tips and tricks on Android. So keep visiting to Infenia for becoming a master in Android technology. Thanks.
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Android Smartphones Setting Tips - Smart Android Experiance

Hello Friends! Welcome again to the world of Android. Within past few years Android's popularity has been boosted and is currently dominating the smartphone market globally. Today I would like to share some simple things that would really be very useful to you. These tips are simple but smart enough to make your Android experience a lot better.

1) Disable Animation

By disabling the animation options you can have your phone speed a little faster as it frees up some of the cache memory. To disable the animation options follow the steps below:

->Go to Settings or About device and select Developer Options. If you do not see the Developer Options under Settings or About device then go to Build number and tap on it repeatedly until you see "You are now a developer!". This enables you to see Developer options.

-> Now under Developer options you need to locate the options Window animation scale, Transition animation scale , and Animator duration scale . Now select each one of them and disable(off) them one by one.

2) Create folders on the Home Screen

Whenever you install a new app or game, an icon gets created on the home screen. Your home screen gets filled up with shortcuts. To select an app or game you have to swipe the screen several times and search the whole screen several times. But if you create folders on the home screen, you can put similar apps or games in the same folder and can easily find them by locating the folder. To create a folder long press a shortcut and drag it onto another shortcut. A circle would appear on the apps indicating that a folder has been created. When you touch the folder, a mini window is displayed with the shortcuts that you added. You can now edit the folder name by touching the text that is displayed on the bottom of the mini window.

 3) Change default apps

    Whenever you open any file, the phone first searches for the apps that can be used to open the file. For example, if you have more than one browsers installed on your phone, the phone gives you a list of browsers when you request for a web page. When you select one of them two button on the bottom of the window - Always and Just Once - gets enabled. Now if you select Always, the app becomes the default browser.

Now if you want to change this default app,
  • 1. Go to Settings-> Apps
  • 2. Swipe right until you locate the All tab.
  • 3. Select the app that you wanted to be removed as default.
  • 4. Touch the button Clear Defaults.

4) Check for Android System Update

    If you want to check for Android System Update,
  • 1. Go to Settings-> About Phone/Tablet.
  • 2. Touch on System/Software Updates.
  • 3. Select OK if it asks the confirmation for checking updates.

5) Run Multiple Google Accounts

To run more than one Google account on your Android device,
  • 1. Go to Settings > Add account.
  • 2. Select Google and select New or Existing .
  • 3. Once added, choose what you want to sync(Synchronize) with the account.

6) How to switch between opened apps

    In windows, if you want to minimize an opened app and switch to another app, you either use the minimize button or press the Alter + TAB key. But Android has a different procedure. If you want to minimize the app you need to tap Home Screen button. The Home screen appears. Now if you want to see the minimized apps, you need to long press the Home Screen button. The complete list of minimized apps with its icons appears. Tap on the icon of the app that you want to maximize and display on the screen. In short, Long Press on the Home Screen button allows you to switch between opened apps and the minimized apps.

7) Trick for Special Characters:

    Sometimes when you are writing a text content, you may also need numbers and special characters. So you have to switch the keypad several times. But actually you can also type numbers and special characters without switching the keypad.When switched to alphabet keyboard
  • • If you touch and hold the (.) full stop key, you can see a mini window popped up with special characters. Now slide to the special character you want without releasing the touch screen.
  • • Similarly for the other special symbols and numbers touch and hold the alphabets.(see screenshot.

Similarly, on the Number keyboard and Special symbol keyboard you can touch and hold to see different variations.

8) Place a web page icon on the Home Screen

You can place the icons for the web pages that you visits frequently on the Home Screen.
• Open your Android Browser
• Open the web page that you want to set as icon on the Home Screen.
• Add the web page to the bookmark list.
• Long press the bookmarked icon and select Add shortcut to home from the option list

 9) Backup and Restore your data:

    Android allows you to backup your application data, WiFi passwords, browser bookmarks and other settings to Google Servers.
  • Go to Settings -> Privacy
  • Tick Backup my data and Automatic restore check-boxes.
Now if you want to Reset your device or Reinstall an app, you can use the backup from your Google account.

10) Taking a Screenshot:

    Just like Windows has the ability to capture screenshot with the Print Screen button, Android also can capture its display. In some devices you need to press Volume Down key and Power key while for others you need to press the Home Screen button and Power key. It depends on the manufacturer model.

Hope this tips be very very useful for you. Bye!
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