Qualcomm S4 chipset benchmarks

WooooW ,, it seems  the Qualcomm S4 chips  be  faster more than  what we accept   😀

A fresh batch of benchmarks of Qualcomm’s S4 platform show just how powerful the new Krait cores are. The tests were run on a reference platform, but since we don’t care about the rest of the hardware (screen, camera, etc.), just the chipset performance, these result are a good indication of what to expect.

 

Panasonic uncovers Eluga specs

As promised yesterday, Panasonic unveiled the specifications of their Android smartphone dubbed the Eluga, expected to debut on the European market this March.
The poorly named Eluga is powered by a dual-core 1GHz TI OMAP 4430 processor and 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory, which we have come to expect from high-end droids these days. At the front we find a 4.3-inch OLED display with qHD 960 x 540 pixels resolution.
It’s also water- and dust-proof with NFC on-board. Remarkably, this hasn’t made the device as thick as one might expect. The Eluga is just 7.8mm thick and weighs only 103grams, which, to bring it in a perspective, beats the Galaxy S II hands-down.
The reason for the phone’s little hump at the back is the 8MP auto-focus snapper with image stabilization. Speaking of the back, underneath the back cover resides 1,150 mAh battery good for 300h of standby and 240 minutes of talk time.
The Eluga will run Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 when initially sold with Ice Cream Sandwich coming in the Spring of this year, or at least that’s what Panasonic promises.

This  we  surprise with Panasonic of making this phone  with  softy hand. 

 

Samsung Galaxy S III to be 7mm thin, rumors say

It seems that thinness is the new race to the moon for smartphone makers, and Samsung, not to be outdone by Motorola’s RAZR XT910 7.1mm waistline, is reportedly aiming at the 7mm milestone with the new Galaxy S III. Surprisingly, Huawei is also in the race with the upcoming Ascend P1 S, which comes in at 6.7mm, and should see a global release in Q2 of this year.

Rumors continue that the S III thickness won’t be uniform, and it will allegedly have the same camera ‘hump’ found on the S II. This new generation should also feature LTE support, although that’s almost expected considering the growing list of Galaxy models already released with LTE.

The S III will also supposedly launch an entire lineup of S III models, just like the previous Galaxy flagship, and we may see as many as seven S III variants this year, sporting various specifications with nomenclature ranging from ‘3D display’ to ‘stylus’. We can add these to the list of recent Galaxy S III rumors we’ve heard, which include a quad-core processor, 8MP camera, and of course, Android 4.0.

While manufacturing has supposedly been underway since October of last year, we may have to wait until May to see the new S III. And while it’s confirmed that we will not hear an announcement regarding the S III at MWC, numerous rumors about a March announcement are floating about, including this latest one from French website Frandroid.com, where they claim they already have an invitation for a mysterious Samsung event that’s to be held on March 22.

Samsung Galaxy S III and Apple iPhone 5 to be waterproof?

We’ve already heard about a hundred different rumors about the Galaxy S III specs sheet, but this one is by far one of the most exciting. According to an anonymous tipster, who is said to be working for a large UK retailer the next Samsung flagship will be waterproof. And it won’t be the only high-end phone to have such a feature, either – the iPhone 5 will also reportedly resist water.

The rumor has it that the two top-shelf smartphones will feature a special nanocoating over their chips, which is impenetrable by water.

The technology is developed by a company called Liquipel and resembles the Nokia water-resisting coating that we saw in October and the HzO thing from last month.

Check it out in action in the following video.

 

Thanks to those coatings manufacturers are able to create fully water-proof devices without having to increase their weight and profile. And when we are talking expensive devices like the Galaxy S III and the iPhone 5, such a feature might save quite a lot of money to the more careless users out there.

By the way, Liquipel is offering to apply that same coating to your existing smartphone for $59 to $79. In case you are interested you should follow this link and see if your smartphone is among the ones supported by the company

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WoooooW   that’s  amazing   ,,,  

Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note to get ICS in March

he development of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note is obviously progressing according to schedule. The Norwegian branch of the South Korean company just confirmed that the update is due to arrive at the end of this quarter, which means that there are just a couple of months left before the wait is finally over.

The Ice Cream Sandwich update will bring lots of new features to the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note, including a new task manager, better notification manager and vastly improved browser in terms of both functionality and performance.

 

 

 

Galaxy S III to hit shelves in April with 12 MP camera and HD screen

The MWC is fast approaching and one of the main reasons for us to expect it so eagerly is the announcement of the next Samsung flagship. The Galaxy S III has some huge shoes to fill, but if those latest rumors are to be believed, it might just have what it takes.

The rumors come from Eldar Murtazin, who hasn’t had the most accurate series of predictions lately, but who we are willing to believe now as he claims he has played with the smartphone already. So, according to the Russian, the Samsung Galaxy S III will indeed be unveiled at the MWC and will go on sale in April, exactly a year after its predecessor.

The Samsung Galaxy S III will, reportedly, come with an HD resolution screen (of larger size, we assume), a 12 megapixel camera and a quad-core CPU, running at 1.5-1.6 GHz. The beast will be running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and, according to Mr. Murtazin its two extra cores will be more than just PR materials – the smartphone feels really fast.

 

 

&   here  we   r  ,,,    ^__^

iPhone 4S / iPad 2 Jailbreak Windows Version Released By iPhone Dev Team

As we told you earlier that Windows version of jailbreak for iPhone 4S and iPad 2 is coming soon so its here now. iPhone Dev Team has released their command line tool that can jailbreak both A5 devices on Windows operating system. Download link is available at the end of this post.

Though its not that easy like Absinthe which is just pressing one button but its definitely good for the anxious Windows users that are asking for the jailbreak again and again.

Earlier the dev team released the same tool for Mac and we told you that its not recommended because the same thing can be done using Absinthe. The reason is simple, graphical user interface is offered by Absinthe while it becomes complicated for newbies even to write few lines of command to jailbreak. Anyways, Windows users, you don’t have a choice right now so you have to write few little commands. Its not that complicated and we are definitely not scaring you people.

Download cInject For Windows To Jailbreak iPhone 4S / iPad 2

How to Jailbreak iPhone 4S / iPad 2 on Windows with Command Line


Finally  here  is  it  !!   where  the  testers  ….   ^___^

 

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NOTE: Before you start jailbreaking your device, it is recommended to take a backup just to be on the safe side. Also remove any passcode lock on your device. It is recommended to login from your administrator account. Also make sure your device is connected to your computer.

STEP 1Download cInject for Windows. Its a ZIP file. Extract it on the Desktop. Copy the extracted content and place it on the desktop. Connect your iPhone 4S / iPad 2 with your computer.

STEP 2: Now you have to run command prompt. Type cmd in the search programs box and right click cmd and open it as administrator as you can see in the sceenshot.

command line windows

STEP 3: Now navigate to the directory where you have downloaded cInject tool which in our case is placed on the desktop. You can navigate to the directory by using the CD command. If you have placed it somewhere else, you can still use the same command to go to your specific path. In our case the command to reach it is: “cd /Desktop/cinject.0.4.3“.

windows CD command

STEP 4: Now you have to write the following command and press enter “cinject -i payloads/jailbreak.mobileconfig“. Now you will see on your iPhone 4S or iPad 2 a screen asking you to install. Tap on the install and then next accept the profile.

windows jailbreak CLI

STEP 5: Next you need to run the command cinject -j payloads that will simply jailbreak.

STEP 6: Next command you need to type is cinject -w.

STEP 7: Now on iOS device, go to Settings app and then go to Network > VPN and enable it. After that you will get a configuration error which is no big deal just press ok and proceed.

STEP 8: After that your device will reboot and you will see a lot of things going on in the command prompt. Don’t get panic. Its normal.

STEP 9: After reboot, you will see Cydia on your device. Few of the users have seen Absinthe icon first and tapping on it completed the process.

Enjoy!

If you are a Mac users, you can simply use Absinthe by following the guide below:

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