Samsung Galaxy S5 cost in Pakistan

Samsung Galaxy S5 is probably the closest adversary to the iphone 6 and is the Android lead of the year, at the slightest as far as buildup.

Thankfully the Galaxy S5 satisfies it. It’s an enormous venture up from the Galaxy S4, offering heaps of changes over its forerunner. There’s a superior cam, an enormously enhanced AMOLED screen and an unique mark scanner.

The feature getting peculiarity of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is its water-safety which implies that you can joyfully utilize it as a part of the washroom or close at the shoreline without the consistent stress of water harm. It’s an extraordinary peculiarity, yet does take a stab at an expense.

The 16 MP camera on the Galaxy S5 is probably the best smartphone camera out there on any Android Phone

That is a ton not exactly the £600 it initially retailed for. On the other hand, its confronting expanding rivalry from its associates, also the popular phablet unit drove by the iphone 6 Plus and metal edged Samsung Galaxy Note 4

You should first check Samsung Galaxy S5 price in Pakistan  before you go for that purchase.

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The telephone offers a truly incredible camera equipped for stunning stills and extremely point by point and stable Full HD videos. The shades are additionally extraordinary. The Focus movement gimmick is never seen previously in any smartphone.

All these peculiarities at a moderate cost as contrasted with the opposition. On the off chance that OPPO and other chinese brands kept making such staggering device it is not extremely hard to leave enormous names, for example, LG, Sony and Samsung behind.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Quick Review

Samsung released  its latest and greatest flagship device the  Samsung Galaxy S5 last month. Most investigators concur that the South Korean tech monster released the gadget so early to gain a great headstart from other rival manufacturers  like Apple, HTC  and LG. Although the timeline is leverage, the Samsung Galaxy S5 offers various great characteristics. These incorporate an incredible AMOLED display, enhanced camera, water-resistant body and new UI around others. Is the Samsung Galaxy S5 a great deal?

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Front and Back

Numerous clients will discover the Samsung Galaxy S5 with unimaginable display. The Super AMOLED HD display panel is acknowledged as one of the best today. The brightness of the display is excellent  and clients can decide to lower it relying upon what they see fit best. The viewing angles are great too. Visibility in direct sunlight has been improved magnificently , user won’t find it difficult to see the content  regardless of the direct  light of the sun.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Visibility in direct light

The Galaxy S5’s camera sensors offer phenomenal picture quality for a handset. Nonetheless, clients may need to discover tolerable lighting to boost the nature of pictures. The camera accompanies a continuous HDR review mode. Individuals can browse a wide determination of feature recording modes including HRD feature.

Different highlights of the gadget incorporate long battery life and water-resistant body. Clients may need to get used to the USB spread port as an afterthought. With respect to the velocity, the Samsung Galaxy 5 levels up extensively from the Samsung Galaxy S4. Be that as it may, the HTC One M8 is speedier. Still, the gadget runs snappy enough to oblige essential client assignments.

Quick Specs:

  • 142 x 72.5 x 8.1 mm (5.59 x 2.85 x 0.32 in)
  • 145 g (5.11 oz)
  • Fingerprint sensor (PayPal certified)
  • IP67 certified – dust and water resistant Water resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes
  • Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
  • 1080 x 1920 pixels, 5.1 inches (~432 ppi pixel density)
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • TouchWiz UI
  • Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
  • Qualcomm MSM8974AC Snapdragon 801
  • Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400
  • Adreno 330

Detailed Specifications and Samsung Galaxy S5 price in Pakistan.

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

I played with the Samsung Galaxy S II last year, I absolutely fell in love with that device. Same with the Galaxy Note, and when I got my hands on the S III I really had high hopes for this device to deliver on what was already a solid platform and build upon its past and show me where it was going in the future. Question is did I like what I saw and in the end does the Samsung Galaxy S III really show us anything we haven’t already seen? Let’s find out. If you want a nice accompaniment to this review check out my video review of the phone as well located here.

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Under the hood you have a Qualcomm 1.5GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor. The sad part is that a lot of other phones outside the U.S. are coming packed with quad-core processor but when you really look at it, you aren’t missing those 2 extra cores too much. It can launch apps, watch hi-definition videos, load up websites and handle multitasking without even hiccupping.

The S III also features 2GB of RAM, unlike the 1GB RAM setup found in the One X. But, while the S III clearly had plenty of horsepower, I saw no discernible power advantage over the One X. Both are fantastic performers and equally top-of-class in this regard.

The size of the device is starting to move into the fabled phablet (phone/tablet hybrid) as it doesn’t shy away from its massive screen size and still keep its lightweight design. The S III sports a 4.8-inch, 1280 x 720 pixel, Super HD AMOLED display, which seems massive. The thin bezel around the device keeps the phone from feeling oversize, but it does push the limits on just how big a smartphone should be before we venture into that phablet zone I spoke of earlier. Those of you with smaller hands will venture to say this device is “too big” to use one handed and even I had some trouble but I still was able to manage it.

The display is sharp and bright and some colors feel over bright. Greens, blues and red pop off the screen brighter on the S III than I have seen on other handsets. You also get deep blacks and that makes this device great for watching videos.

I’m also not a fan of the S III’s physical styling. The Pebble Blue and Ceramic White colors the S III is offered in look sharp — the blue especially, which is closer to purple. And the phone’s plastic chassis feels solid, as though it would withstand enough abuse to survive a 2-year contract. But the tooling is all slopes and rounded edges, leaving the handset looking more like a forgettable blob than the flashy flagship phone for the most popular Android maker.

One could go on and on about the hardware but where this device is separated from other devices is in the software, now we get to see if this will be the deal breaker?


The Galaxy S III ships with Google’s Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system with Samsung’s ever present TouchWiz user interface. On top of that, Samsung has added a special lock screen that simulates water ripples when you swipe it, and water-themed sound effects are dribbled throughout the phone. Which is fun to play with I must admit. It is like running your finger in water of a puddle when I was a kid.

Apple has Siri and Samsung has something called S Voice. S Voice has been advertised to do certain things Siri couldn’t, like launch a camera app or a voice recording app, however I don’t think I was able to get much out of S Voice. Not sure what the problem was with it but if Samsung wants to compete it had better shape up the S Voice and at least make it comparable to Siri. With the latest release of iOS 6 Siri really got a huge upgrade and S Voice needs to match that.

The other great little feature was Pop Up Play. This allows you to play stored videos on the S III to play in a pop-up window (think picture in picture on a TV) so you can watch a video and perform other tasks at the same time. Worked very well however, I didn’t really see much of a use for it on the handheld screen of a smartphone. If ported to a tablet then I can see a much better use for it.

When it comes to facial recognition on the S III it performs spectacularly. When you take a photo the S III prompts you to identify faces based on contacts from your address book. Once tagged it is easy to shave the photo with the using a feature Samsung calls Buddy Photo Share. Just tape on the person’s face, and the S III presents you with the option of calling the person, share the photo via text, email, or with a social network like Google+ or Facebook.

Now in the commercials you see them using a few features called AllShare and Share Shot. Where you can take a photo and share them with other S III users. Yet, there are some issues with this feature. First with AllShare you can send an invitation to up to 6 other S III devices that are nearby. Those 6 invites must accept them one by one. Also, with AllShare users can see the files you are sharing but they can’t save them.


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HTC EVO 3D Vs HTC Sensation 4G

The HTC power duo which includes the Sensation 4G and the EVO 3D barely needs an introduction. The dual-core phones are among the most powerful Android handsets available for sale in the United States and are favorites of both the consumers and the tech journalists.

We got a chance to spend some time with both handsets, and decided to give them a quick head to head comparison – a battle between siblings of sort. The HTC EVO 3D and Sensation 4G share almost identical hardware and have the same qHD screen resolution. They both run Android 2.3 Gingerbread with Sense 3.0.

The HTC EVO 3D official images

The main difference between the devices can be found on their backs, where the camera units are located. The HTC Sensation 4G has an 8MP snapper, capable of capturing video in 1080p, while the EVO 3D counts on a duo of 5MP cameras for its 3D tricks. Logically, its unit can be used in 2D mode but, sadly, its video recording capability is capped at 720p.

HTC Sensation 4G official images

In this head to head battle, we are going to compare the dimensions and hardware of both devices, as well as their overall performance, which we measured through a series of benchmarks. The camera units and their quality will also face some of our scrutiny. So go ahead, place your bets, and read on to see which one of this impressive duo of droids is going to come on top at the end.

So while we prepare for the rundown, checkout how the two phones differ from one another. The review starts on the next page.

HTC EVO 3D over Sensation 4G

  • 3D capable screen and camera unit
  • Less prone to accidental drops
  • Faster overall performance
  • WiMax capable

HTC Sensation 4G over EVO 3D

  • Superior 2D still and video camera
  • Better looks and lower weight
  • Much better battery performance
  • International roaming capable

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HTC Sensation 4G and EVO 3D side by side

Editorial: You might notice that this review is shorter than usual and doesn’t include all of our proprietary tests. The reason is it has been prepared and written far away from our office and test lab. The HTC EVO 3D and Sensation 4G are US-only phones, so they will probably never get to the shores of the Old Continent. Still, we think we’ve captured the essence of the phone in the same precise, informative and detailed way that’s become our trademark. Enjoy the good read!


We will begin by introducing the HTC EVO 3D. The first 3D capable phone to come from the Taiwanese giant is yet to be launched globally in a GSM flavor. We have our hands on the U.S. only version, which is sold exclusively from Sprint Wireless. It is a CDMA device with added WiMax support – quite a promising combination.

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The EVO 3D is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, Adreno 220 GPU, and a Qualcomm MSM8660 chipset. There is a gig of RAM on board, which is as good as it gets on a mobile phone these days.

With measures of 127 x 66 x 11.9 mm, and 170 grams of weight, the HTC EVO 3D is not the most pocket friendly device you will find around. The thickness is probably mostly due to the 3D camera on the back of the device and the bigger battery.

In terms of build quality, the HTC EVO 3D is up to the usual high standards set by the company. The device is made from pleasant, soft feel plastic, which has a very nice texture, helping you avoid accidental drops. Design wise, there is barely anything to rave about in this device. Given its proportions, it can hardly look better than it already does.

HTC Sensation 4G

The HTC Sensation 4G is exclusively offered by T-Mobile in the United States. It doesn’t differ from its European cousin, which we know quite well, save for the different bands and the extra T-Mobile logo at the front of the device. It is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, Adreno 220 GPU, and Qualcomm MSM 8260 Snapdragon chipset. There is 768MB of RAM available in the HTC Sensation. We will find out a little later if it will make a difference in the device’s performance.

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HTC Sensation 4G

The Sensation 4G is definitely more elegant than its Sprint Wireless sibling, and has the measures to prove it. At 126.1 x 65.4 x 11.3 mm, and 148 grams of weight, the GSM handset is visibly slimmer than the EVO 3D.

The build quality of the Sensation 4G is superb as well. The metal back of the phone feels very pleasant to hold in hand. You must however be careful when handling the device because its slim waistline combined with the slippery metal finish tends to form an accident-prone recipe of disaster. In terms of design, we dare to say that it is the best looking phone to come from the company to date.

Head to head

With the phones side by side, especially at the front of them, if it wasn’t for the different colors and the circled touch sensitive buttons of the EVO 3D, we would not be able to make a difference.

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Both devices have touch sensitive Android menu buttons • the signature HTC earpiece

If size and looks is what you are looking for, then HTC Sensation 4G is probably the one you would want given the choice of both.

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The HTC Sensation 4G is visibly slimmer and more elegant than the EVO 3D

It is at the back of the phones where the main difference between the devices can be found. The 3D unit of the EVO 3D is encircled by a red colored ring, which adds extra attention to it. The camera unit of the Sensation 4G looks way more modest, but don’t be deceived by its appearance.

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The camera units of both HTC flagships

The EVO 3D scores one with a 3D display

Both devices have the same size and resolution displays. The HTC EVO 3D scores more points than the Sensation 4G for its screen, which supports glasses-free 3D, as well as its higher brightness. It is a shame in a way, that the 3D effects are limited to only multimedia viewing. A 3D menu would have added to the overall device appeal. This doesn’t mean that you are about to be disappointed with the Sensation 4G’s screen unit.

Both devices’ screens suffer from relatively poor visibility in direct sunlight.

Battery life is not the best

All the points which the HTC EVO 3D gained over the Sensation 4G for its superior display are lost in the battery department. Despite the 1730 mAh battery on board, you must be really diligent to last through a full day of use with the EVO 3D. We would definitely recommend that you have a charger on you just in case. This is particularly important if you want to benefit from the zippy WiMax network which Sprint Wireless offers. With 4G on and all accounts in full sync, you are looking at well below a full day of standby time.

The HTC Sensation 4G did much better in this department. Its battery is rated at 1520 mAh, but the phone easily made it through a full day of heavy usage with 3 fully synched email accounts, a good amount of web browsing, about an hour of phone calls, and some video game play.

We attribute this serious difference in the performance of the phones’ batteries to their different display units, as well as the network coverage. In the New York City area T-Mobile has flawless reception. Same cannot be said about Sprint’s WiMax though.

Performance is about the same

Before we begin with the performance test, it is important to note that both devices run on Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread with Sense 3.0. The only hardware difference is in the chipsets of both phones, where the EVO 3D with its gig of RAM might have an edge.

What’s important to note is that, overall, the HTC EVO 3D feels significantly faster to work with than the Sensation 4G. It handles all tasks and applications effortlessly. In the case of the Sensation 4G, we did feel some lag at times, mostly when compared to its CDMA rival. We doubt however that they are sufficient to bother its potential users.

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HTC EVO 3D • HTC Sensation 4G

Given the hardware and software similarities between the two phones, running some synthetic benchmarks should be more helpful than ever.

Interestingly enough, there is barely any difference in the Quadrant benchmark results between the two devices. As far as Neocore goes, the HTC EVO 3D scores extra points with its superior amount of RAM on board.

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Quadrant & Neocore: HTC EVO 3D • HTC Sensation 4G

The EVO 3D slight dominance continues in the Linpack benchmark test. Once again, the only reason for its advantage, which we can think of, is its better chipset.

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Linpack: HTC EVO 3D • HTC Sensation 4G

Things are not any different in the case of Smartbench and Pi benchmarks. The EVO 3D continues to have a tiny advantage over the Sensation 4G.

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Smartbench & Pi: HTC EVO 3D • HTC Sensation 4G

We have added Vellamo browser benchmark to the list of our current favorites.

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Vellamo Browser Benchmark: HTC EVO 3D • HTC Sensation 4G

As you can see, the two devices are always neck to neck, with the EVO 3D having a slight advantage over the Sensation 4G thanks to the extra RAM it has compared to its sibling.

Those two are nothing alike in the camera department

The biggest difference between both handsets can be found in their camera units. The HTC EVO 3D counts on two 5MP autofocus cameras, which allow it take 3D pictures, and shoot 3D videos. The Sensation 4G on the other hand, will offer you an 8MP autofocus unit. Both phones have exactly the same camera interface, save for the 2D/3D switch on the EVO 3D. We have prepared some samples, which you can see below.

Here’s a direct comparison of the level of detail produced by the two cameras in 2D mode.

Crop: HTC Sensation vs. HTC EVO 3D (upscaled to 8MP)

By the looks of it, you must really want to take 3D pictures in order to pick the EVO 3D for its camera. It is significantly slower in both 2D and 3D mode.

The Sensation 4G camera is just the opposite. It is easily the best camera phone which HTC has produced so far, pending the fact that we are about to take the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide/HTC Doubleshot for a spin. The Sensation’s camera is extremely quick between taking shots and, as you can see above, it takes better still pictures too.

HTC Sensation camera samples:

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HTC EVO 3D camera samples:

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The samples above are not the full resolution the cameraphones output as we’ve mistakenly shot them in the default Widescreen mode. It produces 16:9 shots which are cropped versions of what the camera sensors can output as maximum resolution. Other than the cropped vertical side, the image quality of these shots is fully representative of what these cameraphones are capable of.

Here are some 3D samples taken by the EVO 3D. You’ll need a 3D screen or some 3D glasses to see the stereoscopic effect properly. The cheapest way to view those is to choose the anaglyph mode from the menu toolbar below the image and grab a pair of paper red/cyan anaglyph glasses to see it properly.

HTC EVO 3D stereoscopic camera samples

HTC releases the list of handsets that will get Android 4.0 update

After providing vague estimates for some time now, HTC has finally come clean with the full list of handsets that will be receiving the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update.

The lucky phones that will be getting the update are as follows.

The update for the Sensation and Sensation XE have already started rolling out in some regions and will roll out in others in the coming weeks. The update for the Sensation 4G and XL will follow shortly, along with the rest of the handsets. This is still incredibly vague and HTC should have at least provided a time frame if not the exact date.

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Having said that, if you have the any of the aforementioned handsets, you can sleep well at night knowing that you will at least be getting the update, hopefully before the world ends.

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HTC Sensation lineup gets Android ICS in late March


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HTC just gave us some welcome extra information on the planned Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates for their smartphone portfolio.

The wait is almost over for the owners of the original Sensation, the Sensation XE and the Sensation XL. The Sensation and Sensation XE will get the ICS treatment by the end of March, while the XL update will follow shortly after.

HTC promises to release more information on the update schedule in the following few weeks, so stay tuned.There is more good news – HTC EVO 3D, Incredible S, Desire S and Desire HD updates are also in the works and will be released later this year. That’s as specific as HTC got, but just knowing that the updates for those are on the way is still pretty exciting for their owners, we guess.

Q3 enterprise adoption: iPhone slips, Android gains, iPad owns the tablet space

Along with Apple’s quarterly results earlier this week, there’s another report hitting today that covers a growing segment of the mobile device market: Good Technology’s roundup of device activation statistics, compiled from the company’s range of Fortune 500 clients that use Good’s service to provide secure email and calendaring to handsets and tablets. (See previous results here.) The results this time around: interesting but not that surprising. You can see the full PDF report here.

iPhone and iOS activations continue to lead the field, with iPhones representing 61% of all smartphone activations on Good’s platform and iOS devices generally covering 70% of activations (a drop from the 78% share in the previous quarter). Android smartphones, however, picked up some ground on the iPhone over the quarter, showing improvement month over month. Android phones finished the quarter with about 39% of smartphone activations, passing iPad activations again (28.3% vs. 26.3% of the total) after the iPad overtook Android last quarter.

Good’s assessment of the iPhone/Android shift is largely in line with Apple’s spin: customers put off iPhone 4 purchases in anticipation of a new iPhone release in the fall, which is exactly what we got. Good SVP John Herrema did get a look at preliminary data for the iPhone 4S launch weekend, and given the observed 25% bump in activations over the quarterly average for the iPhone 4, he’s confident about an iPhone surge: “Looking forward to Q4, 2011, we expect… the iPhone 4S to be the catalyst for an Apple rally.”

When it comes to the iPad versus the larger universe of tablet devices, the story remains that there is no “tablet market” — the iPad is the only game in town as far as big companies are concerned. The report summary puts it thusly: “To say iOS tablets dominated adoption in the enterprise is to understate the case…. Android tablet activations within Good’s customer base remain in the realm of a rounding error compared to what we’re seeing with iPad and iPad 2.” iOS tablets made up more than 96% of all tablet activations in the quarter.

As always, it’s important to note that Good’s data does not cover RIM’s Blackberry devices, as they are supported by RIM’s proprietary server infrastructure; Windows 7 phones and tablets are also not tracked by the company.