LG G5:-

LG G5 nearly blew up the mobile industry exhibition MWC 2016, and did not leave anybody indifferent. While competitors are developing modular smartphones ( our article ), LG has created a device with a removable bottom frame, which helps replace the battery and shoot at the same time the rear cover. In fact, such a solution is found for the first time in the smartphone market. The choice has several plug-in modules: an extra battery, CAM Plus and Hi-Fi player.

LG G5 has received a double main camera, which means that the images from the two cameras are combined into one, to make the picture clearer. One of them received permission to 16 megapixels, the lens aperture of f / 1,8, the system of optical image stabilization and laser autofocus. The second – a wide-angle lens, the aperture ratio of f / 2,4 and 8 MP sensor. As for the front-facing camera, its resolution – 8 MP.

Module LG CAM Plus makes the smartphone more comfortable for shooting: from ngo has a shutter button, zoom wheel settings and LED-indicator. Furthermore, it increases the capacity of the battery to 4000 mAh.

Samsung Galaxy S7:-

Many experts agreed: Samsung Galaxy S7 camera – a perfect example of how to photograph should flagship. Compared with the “elder brother”, he focuses the camera and runs faster. Due to this improved burst mode, dynamic mode and shooting in the dark. And if in the previous smartphone main camera has received permission 16 MP, the Samsung Galaxy S7 of 12 MP. Despite this, the photos are not worse (and in the evening, even better).

The smartphone is Sony IMX260 camera module with aperture f / 1,7 and a pixel size of 1.4 microns. Due to the larger size of the CCD pixel more light compared to S6. This is what makes a photo of better quality. In addition, Galaxy S7 is able to take pictures with a beautiful blurred background.

It is worth noting Dual Pixel function – Koreans put in each pixel by two photodiodes in order to speed up autofocus. Now focusing not participate pixels 5-10% and 100%.

Apple iPhone 6s:-

iPhone is not the first year is a favorite among users who are addicted to the mobile photography. And it’s not only that the smartphone is well removes and works steadily. For its operating system leaves a huge number of applications for processing images that are not on other platforms.

Camera the iPhone has improved only in megapixel performance. He now has 12 megapixel resolution, so the pictures are even more detailed.

On iOS 9 also has a new feature Live photo, which allows at any time to revive the frame. This possibility was already on HTC smartphones and Windows Phone. In order to stir the photo does not need to install additional software – all just works by default.

Huawei P9:-

The company introduced a smartphone at the beginning in London this April. The feature of this camera phone in two main chambers. And unlike cameras LG G5, Huawei P9 secondary camera black-and-white sensor and collects all the light. With this dynamic range, and sensitivity increases. A second module allows to obtain a diaphragm of f / 0.95 to f / 16. This is achieved by software, and works better than many of its competitors.

Both modules have received the same 12 MP resolution, aperture f / 2,2, viewing angle 27 mm, 1.25 micron pixel size. They work as follows: right module removes the color, and the left – in monochrome. One sensor receives more information about the dynamic range, and the second – captures color. Then the data from the two arrays combined.

The camera is also needed for more precise focus, despite the fact that there is a laser autofocus and slow standard contrast.

Another feature of the second module – receiving frames with an aperture f / 0,95, though not without the help of software. The result is a picture with a blurred background and is to pay tribute to programmers Huawei: this time the function is much better than other devices with the software blurring the background.

Interestingly, the optics company developed together with the famous German company Leica. So what’s inside the smartphone is hidden a real beast, which corresponds to German standards. Leica has made an assessment of image quality from the point of view of color, white balance, reduce the effects of scattered light, the accuracy of exposure, aperture ratio, sharpness and noise characteristics.

Nexus 6P:-

At this time, Google has developed a smartphone, together with Huawei. And it is worth noting that at the outlet turned Mighty and budget cameraphone. There is installed 12.3 MP sensor and instead increase the number of megapixels, the Koreans increased their size to 1.55 micron. More camera in Nexus 6P – high aperture, f / 2,0 (average – f / 2,2). So even in low light strikes the image sensor more light, so photos can be seen on the details with less noise. In addition, it is equipped with a laser autofocus and dual colored flash.

The front camera has resolution of 8 MP and aperture f / 2,4. Autofocus it does not, however, the quality selfie smartphone “jump on” the predecessor of your Nexus 5.

LYF is offering free Bluetooth speaker and worth Rs 15,000 reliance retail vouchers for first 18 customers.

LYF has announced the launch of LYF F1 Special Edition (where F1 stands for Future One). The smartphone is priced at Rs 13,999. LYF is offering free Bluetooth speaker and worth Rs 15,000 reliance retail vouchers for first 18 customers. Buyers can also avail 10 per cent cash back on Citibank cards and low cost EMI options are also available. Further, LYF F1 comes with 2 years warranty and the Jio Welcome offer until 31 December 2016. The smartphone is available Black colour.
Curiously, LYF is yet to launch the standard version of LYF F1 and it is quite weird as the company choose to launch a special edition of a device before its normal version.

The LYF F1 Special Edition features a large 5.5-inch full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) display with Corning Gorilla Glass 4. The smartphone is powered by a (1.52GHz + 1.21GHz) octa-core Snapdragon 617 (MSM8952) SoC, which is pared with Adreno 405 550MHz GPU, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The phone also comes with a 128GB micro SD card slot.

The Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 based LYF F1 has a 3200 mAh non removable battery, which claims of deliver talktime of up-to 4.2 hours and standby time of up-to 350 hours on 4G network. On camera front, LYF F1 has a 16-megapixel rear camera with Phase Detection Auto Focus (PDAF), Dual LED flash on its back, and an 8-megapixel auto-focus front-facing camera with Single LED flash for selfies and video calling. The camera features include Digital Zoom 8x, Geo-tagging, Face detection, HDR, Panorama, Wink to Click, Multiple focus, Refocus, ChromaFlash, OptiZoom, True Portrait, and Low Light Photography & Video.

Besides, the smartphone offers Dual SIM, 4G with VoLTE, WiFi (802.11 b/g/n), GPS, Bluetooth 4.1, a micro USB port, Gyroscope, Ambient Light, Accelerometer, Proximity, E-Compass, Motion, and Gesture sensor. The handset measures 155.5mmx77.6mmx7.9 mm and weighs 153 grams.

An HTC concept phone, which might be more real than once believed, could give us a glimpse at a new HTC 11 feature.
The HTC 10 is something of a reinvention for the brand, sporting a new design, new features and upgraded specs. But in some ways it's still not enough of a change and still lacking.

That's not to say it isn't a great phone, but it's not quite the knockout hit it could have been and there are a number of areas where there's room for improvement.

So we've created a list of the things we most want to see from the HTC 11- a phone which will hopefully dial up the innovation and not just the number.

We'll also be collecting all the news and rumors about HTC's next flagship, so keep this page bookmarked if you want to be the first to know what's coming.

HTC 11 release date

HTC normally launches its flagships early in the year and 2016 was no exception, though it skipped MWC.
For the HTC 11 we imagine we'll either see it at MWC 2017, which takes place from February 27 to March 2, or a little later in the year, but probably no later than April, as that will be one year after the launch of the HTC 10.

HTC 11 news and rumors

Information on the HTC 11 is thin on the ground so far, but a concept phone by one of HTC's concept artists, known as the HTC Ocean, was recently shown off with a 'Sense Touch' feature, which allowed users to control aspects of the phone by swiping or tapping the metal frame that ran along the edge.
This could be used for example to adjust the volume of your music or the brightness of your screen with a swipe, or to take a photo with a tap.

As the HTC Ocean was seemingly a concept phone it would be reasonable to think the feature is little more than fantasy, but more recently reliable leaker @evleaks tweeted that "Ocean is real and alive."

In which case, whether or not the Ocean is the HTC 11, there's a fair chance that 'Sense Touch' could make its way to HTC's next flagship.
What we want to see

1. An iconic design


The HTC One was a truly beautiful phone and with the One (M8) and One M9 HTC continued to improve on the design. But eventually it was left with nowhere to go, which is why the HTC 10 is something different.

It's just as premium, with a full metal body and chamfered edges, but it's a bit more divisive. It's pretty but it's chunky and arguably lacks the iconic appeal of its predecessors. So whether through polish or going back to the drawing board we really hope the HTC 11 is a thing of undisputed beauty.

2. A great point-and-shoot camera

The HTC 10 has a powerful camera with a lot of features, but when it comes to just snapping away the results just aren't as consistently strong as on rival phones like the Samsung Galaxy S7.

We'd wager that most people don't want to mess around with RAW format and pro mode, so it would be good if the HTC 11 doesn't just have a powerful camera, but one that's simple to use as well.

Where you can point, shoot and be confident that more often than not what you've captured will be in focus and look good.
3. Better low light performance


Speaking of the camera, while you can get good shots in some modes, the low light capabilities aren't special, particularly when dealing with movement.

That's both a shame and surprising, given that HTC handsets typically do a decent job of low light scenes. So for the HTC 11 we want to see a camera that's good in low light and bright light and every other realistic situation.

4. Front-facing speakers

Audio has long been one of HTC's strong points and for the most part the HTC 10 is no exception. It supports Hi-Res audio and still has BoomSound speakers.

But this time rather than being on the front of the phone they're on the top and bottom edge and HTC has also split the high and low frequencies between the two speakers, leading audio to sound more separated. We want the unity that comes with dual front-facing speakers please.

5. More innovation


The biggest complaint we have about the HTC 10 is just that there's not much to shout about. It's a good phone, a great one even, but despite supposedly being a reinvention it feels too safe and too plain. However HTC isn't the only manufacturer guilty of this in 2016.

So we want to see HTC take risks with the 11 and give us something new. The HTC 10 brought the company in line with rivals, but it should really be trying to shoot out ahead.

6. A waterproof build

Waterproofing is still far from a standard feature on smartphones, but it's one we're starting to see more of and that we'd like to see from HTC.

If Samsung and Sony can do it then HTC can too and it should, because a spilt glass of water or an unexpected rain shower shouldn't be capable of destroying an object you've just spent hundreds on.

7. More consistent battery performance

HTC has improved the battery for the 10, which is much appreciated given the lacklustre life of the HTC One M9. But it's still far from perfect.

Leave the phone alone and it will last a long time, but once you fire the screen up it starts guzzling down juice at an alarming rate.

As impressive as the standby times are a phone is for using, so we want the HTC 11 to comfortably last a day of heavy use at the absolute minimum.

8. A brighter screen

For the most part the screen on the HTC 10 is impressive. It's sharp and has good contrast ratios, but it's not the brightest display we've seen.

That's particularly a problem when the world around you is bright, as it can make it hard to see what you're doing or watching. It's a small complaint, but we'd really like it if the HTC 11 could pump up the brightness a bit.

9. Give Boost+ a boost

Boost+ is a major new app for the HTC 10 and it's pretty good. It can be used to delete clutter, tune the performance to improve battery life and lock apps. But as good as it is version two could be even better.

For one thing the app lock function doesn't support fingerprints for some reason, so that's something that could really do with being added in.

It could also do with more game features. It lets you lower the resolution, but we'd like to see an option to lock the home button like you can on the Samsung Galaxy S7, so it doesn't accidentally get pressed.

The app should also be more proactive- alerting you to when and how you can best optimise your handset. It's a good start, but we hope the HTC 11 version will be better.

10. Better BlinkFeed

BlinkFeed was once a standout feature of HTC's handsets but it's failed to evolve much and the direction it has headed in, with News Republic now handling both headlines and social networking, has made it rather cluttered and messy.

Other than that Sense is a sleek interface, so we'd like to see BlinkFeed fall in line. For now, you can always turn it off, but if HTC is going to offer a feature we want it to feel polished and useful.


The Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro offers a 6-inch display with Full HD With Snapdragon 653 Chipset.

Over the past few days, we’ve seen a handful of leaks related to the Samsung Galaxy C9 smartphone, but it seems the handset will be known as the Galaxy C9 Pro when it officially launches.

Samsung is all set to launch Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro at an event in China today. Now ahead of the its launch, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro has been listed on Chinese e-commerce site, T-Mall.

On the website, the device is listed at 3199 Yuan or approximately Rs 31,670. Further, as per the website, the C9 Pro comes in Gold and Rose Gold colors. It has a 6-inch display with full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) AMOLED display. It is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 653 (4 x 1.95GHz + 4 x 1.44GHz) processor and Adreno 510 GPU. The phone has a 6GB RAM, 64GB internal memory and 256GB expandable memory slot. The smartphone runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system and is backed up by a 4,000 mAh battery with fast charging technology. The device also features a fingerprint sensor on the home button.

As per the website, the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro has a 16-megapixel shooter on the back with dual-tone LED flash, f/1.9 aperture and a 16-megapixel selfie camera. On the connectivity front, the device offers Dual SIM, 4G LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, NFC and a USB Type C. The handset measures 162.9 x 80.7 x 6.9 mm and weighs 185 grams.

OnePlus has reportedly started working on a new variant of its latest flagship, the OnePlus 3. As per reports, OnePlus is working on a device called OnePlus 3 Turbo.

This came to light after a OnePlus designer published a post on his Weibo (a Chinese social networking website) account through a device called OnePlus 3T.

The device has reportedly been certified in China with model number A3010. Earlier, there were speculations about an upcoming OnePlus 3 variant called OnePlus 3S or OnePlus 3 Plus.

The purported OnePlus 3T is expected to feature Snapdragon 821 SoC (Snapdragon 820 in the OnePlus 3). It is expected to have Optic AMOLED display as OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei recently said that the company will stick to Optic AMOLED display panels for its future devices.

Furthermore, the OnePlus 3T is expected to come with 6GB of RAM, 64GB internal storage, 16 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and 8 megapixel front camera. The device is also expected to have a Fingerprint sensor, 4G VoLTE, USB Type-C, 3000 mAh battery with Dash Charge, and will run on Oxygen OS based on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat.

About One Plus 3:-

OnePlus 3, which is the 1st smartphone of India with 6 GB RAM, was launched in India at Rs 27,999 earlier this June. The OnePlus 3 has a 5.5 inch Optic AMOLED capacitive touchscreen that has full HD resolution. Just below the screen lies a home button which also acts as a fingerprint sensor. It has Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system based Oxygen OS. The OnePlus 3 has the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad core processor, Adreno 530 GPU, huge 6 GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.

There is a 3000 mAh Li-Po non-removable battery which has state-of-the-art Dash Charge technology that claims to replenish over 60 per cent of the battery within 30 minutes. OnePlus 3 boasts a 16 megapixel rear camera with f2.0 aperture, 1.12 µm Pixels, phase detection auto focus feature and Optical Image Stabilisation. An 8 megapixel camera is there in its front for selfies.

The all-metal OnePlus 3 is just 7.3 mm thin and comes with an alert slider key as well. Besides, it has dual SIM, GPS, WiFi, WiFi Hotspot, Bluetooth, Hall sensor, Accelerometor, Gyroscope, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, and eCompass.