Operating SystemMobile Review
ASUS will allegedly be officially announcing the Padfone Mini at a dedicated event in Taiwan on December 11. The press images of the upcoming device from the company have been leaked well ahead of its unveiling, though. The leaked shots come from the popular tipster @evleaks and show us the 4.3" smartphone and its 7" tablet dock. The smartphone will slide into the tablet in a portrait mode,...
We've already heard that Oppo was working on the Find 7, and that the device is going to have some top-shelf specs. It turns out though that the upcoming handset's hardware might be even more impressive than previously estimated. Under the hood the Find 7 is rumored to sport 3 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 805 chipset. For context, most of the current top Android flagships boast 2 GB of RAM...
The press image of LG's newest smartphone with slide-out QWERTY keypad, named Optimus F3Q has been leaked, courtesy of @evleaks. LG Optimus F3Q will be exclusively offered by T-Mobile, but there is no word on when the magenta carrier will start selling it. The specification information and the pricing details of the Optimus F3Q are scarce at the moment, but the device is rumored to...
Huawei Ascend Mate 2 has recently leaked revealing design and pretty detailed specifications. We already know the phablet will run on HiSilicon's latest Kirin910 chipset with a 1.6GHz quad-core Cortex-A9 processor, Mali-450 GPU and 2GB of RAM. Naturally the Ascend Mate 2 will launch in China first. There it will be available in two models - MT2-C00 version (CDMA and GSM) for China Telecom and...
ASUS is preparing to officially launch the Padfone mini at a dedicated event in Taiwan on December 11. While the PadFone Infinity boasts a 10.1" tablet and a 5.0" smartphone, the Padfone mini is rumored to consist of a more compact 4.3" smartphone that slides into a 7" slate. The resolution of the displays won't be as high as one could hope - the 4.3" display of the smartphone will...
1. Use your phone's security lock code, if it has one.
2. Disable bluetooth, if not in use.
3. Always use a mobile hanging ribbon/thread/strip for safety.
4. Install Anti-virus Software.
5. Always use a mobile hanging ribbon/thread/strip for safety.
6. Record details of your electronic serial number (ESN) of your CDMA phone.
7. Consider separate Insurance.
8. GSM Phones have a unique IMEI number. Key in *#06# to find yours, record it, and keep it safe.
9. Properly mark your phone with your postcode and House No. to help police identify stolen ones.
10. Enable the PIN Code on the handset.