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bitRAKE



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Just got a Nexus 5x - my first "smart" phone.

https://fi.google.com

It was USD200 with Google Fi service.

The camera doesn't work well in low light, but takes exceptional daytime photos. Phone seems very fast compared to Nexus 7 tablet that I owned. Phone functions are beyond my expectations. It's my first one, though.
Post 19 Jul 2016, 00:16
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YONG



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Enko wrote:
Telegram lets you send uncompressed files (video and pics included) to another Telegram user.

At first, I thought you were talking about this.

Then I found something more likely.

Haha ...

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More Than 1 Million Google Accounts Breached by Gooligan
http://blog.checkpoint.com/2016/11/30/1-million-google-accounts-breached-gooligan/

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https://plus.google.com/+AdrianLudwig/posts/GXzJ8vaAFsi

Appendix A: List of fake apps infected by Gooligan
    清理大师
    UC Mini
    Wifi Speed Pro
    Minibooster
    Clean Master
    YouTube Downloader
    Compass Lite

i copied a few from the list, check above link to get full appendix A,

crazy kitkat Laughing

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Gooligan potentially affects devices on Android 4 (Jelly Bean, KitKat) and 5 (Lollipop), which is over 74% of in-market devices today. About 57% of these devices are located in Asia and about 9% are in Europe.

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2017, time to review if you need to upgrade your smartphone to something more powerful,

i saw this brand on internet, uhans, official website at http://www.uhans.cc

their promotional youtube is great, drop from 30 meters,
Attention! The UHANS U300 Is Dropped!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlWubHjUYfU

UHANS H5000 4G Smartphone - CHAMPAGNE 203080701

Android 6.0 5.0 inch Gorilla Glass 4 Screen MTK6737 1.3GHz Quad Core 3GB RAM 32GB ROM Dual Cameras 4500mAh Battary GPS Gesture Sensor

with price $135.46 Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked

i love to have this!
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it been a while,
the idea to own a new dumbphone keeps on circling inside my mind,

Lenovo K6-POWER ( around RM 700.00 )
Released 2016, November
Dual SIM slots
13MP 1080p
3GB RAM Snapdragon 430 & Adreno 505
5.0" 1080x1920 pixels
4000mAh Li-Po

Lenovo K6- NOTE ( around RM 900.00 )
Released 2016, December
Dual SIM slots
16MP 1080p
4GB RAM Snapdragon 430 & Adreno 505
5.5" 1080x1920 pixels
4000mAh Li-Po

or this one?

Wait... WHAT!? Nokia 3310 To RETURN in 2017
http://www.knowyourmobile.com/mobile-phones/nokia-3310/23888/wait-what-nokia-3310-return-2017
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for year 2017, my ideal requirement would be,

1. must >= 4000mAh battery
2. Dual SIM
3. >= 3GB
4. price <= RM 1,000
5. 5 to 5.5"
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YONG



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sleepsleep wrote:
for year 2017, my ideal requirement would be,

1. must >= 4000mAh battery
3. >= 3GB

Unless you are a hardcore gamer, such requirements seem excessive. Maybe you are a hardcore viewer!


sleepsleep wrote:
2. Dual SIM
4. price <= RM 1,000
5. 5 to 5.5"

These sound reasonable.

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YONG wrote:

Unless you are a hardcore gamer, such requirements seem excessive. Maybe you are a hardcore viewer!


i was thinking about, getting one that hopefully could stay relevant and last 3 to 4 years,

- and we probably got a strange situation here, where the default specification of smartphone will most probably cross and cut default laptop specification in very near future,

- do we really need so much computing power inside smartphone? gaming? or we will put virtualbox inside? run sql server? not sure if it makes sense,

- or this all for coming VR preparation? maybe
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YONG



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sleepsleep wrote:
i was thinking about, getting one that hopefully could stay relevant and last 3 to 4 years

You bought your "moto g, dual sim 16GB smartphone" in February, 2014. So, after 3 years, does your phone still "stay relevant"? Rolling Eyes

These days smartphones are evolving rapidly and are relatively cheap. It makes no sense to expect your phone to last 3, 4 years and still "stay relevant".

If you always want to play with the latest tech, buy a newly-released entry-level smartphone every 18 months or so.

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revolution
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I still use my Nokia.

Single SIM.
900mAh battery (lasts 12-15 days)
No idea how much memory.
No idea what CPU.
~1.5 inch screen size.

I can also use it to talk to people that are not in the same room as me.
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YONG wrote:

So, after 3 years, does your phone still "stay relevant"?


to be frank, i am quite satisfied with this phone,


YONG wrote:

These days smartphones are evolving rapidly and are relatively cheap. It makes no sense to expect your phone to last 3, 4 years and still "stay relevant".


very true


YONG wrote:

If you always want to play with the latest tech, buy a newly-released entry-level smartphone every 18 months or so.


no, that is not my intention to at the edge, my main reason would be, having a more updateable and secure os, in this case, i got no choice but to follow android,

the best thing to happen would be, self diy smartphone, that allow you to browse, call, sms, and having everything under your control, EmbarassedEmbarassedEmbarassed
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revolution wrote:
I still use my Nokia.

Single SIM.
900mAh battery (lasts 12-15 days)
No idea how much memory.
No idea what CPU.
~1.5 inch screen size.

I can also use it to talk to people that are not in the same room as me.



i think i require whatsapp, wechat, skype or etc that allows free calls through internet,

maybe the newly released nokia 3310 will have wireless chip inside?
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YONG



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sleepsleep wrote:
my main reason would be, having a more updateable and secure os, in this case, i got no choice but to follow android

Either write your own mobile OS or consider BlackBerry Priv.

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that one too expensive, budget for smartdumbphone should be less than RM 1,000 Embarassed

thinking of xiaomi redmi note 4 (snapdragon),
was officially launched in india recently,
http://www.mi.com/in/note4/specs/


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3GB + 32GB
Snapdragon 625, octa-core 2.0GHz
3GB LPDDR3
32GB eMMC 5.0 Flash
4G dual SIM




Quote:

4GB + 64GB
Snapdragon 625, octa-core 2.0GHz
4GB LPDDR3
64GB eMMC 5.0 Flash
4G dual SIM


cross fingers for them to launch soon in malaysia, Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed
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YONG



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sleepsleep wrote:
budget for smartdumbphone should be less than RM 1,000 Embarassed

Your budget for your budget phone is way higher than mine. The Android phone I am using right now costs slightly more than RM 500.

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YONG



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sleepsleep wrote:
thinking of xiaomi redmi note 4 (snapdragon)

Heard that Xiaomi phones get updates quite frequently, which is a good thing. Not sure about their security department though.

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@YONG
what smartdumbphone you are using right now?


YONG wrote:

Heard that Xiaomi phones get updates quite frequently, which is a good thing. Not sure about their security department though.


the specification looks good, and is quite a popular phone in xda,
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YONG



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sleepsleep wrote:
@YONG
what smartdumbphone you are using right now?

Just an entry-level smartphone:

5" FHD screen
Octa-core 1.4GHz
2GB RAM
16GB built-in storage
MicroSD card support
Dual SIM / 4G support
Android 5.1.1
2750 mAh battery
13MP / 5MP cameras

Way more than enough for a causal user like me.

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Sony Xperia XZ Premium Features 960fps Slow Motion Burst Fracture Fragmentation Effects
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFa55Jx382o

https://www.cinema5d.com/sony-xperia-xz-premium-shoots-960fps-slow-motion/

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Sony has announced their new flagship smartphone, the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, and the smaller Xperia XZs, with significant improvements to their cameras. Sony’s new Motion Eye™ is capable of 960fps super slow motion.

this is however limited to 720p resolution and 0.18 seconds (180 milliseconds) filming time which gives you around 180 frames of super slow motion footage.



slowmo, cool, youtube will full with such slow mo video soon!!! maybe a dedicated category,
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i just did a monthly installment on pre-order xiaomi a1 (android one) smartphone,
it costs around RM 91.58 each month for 12 months 0% interest via maybank visa card, or RM 1099,

it was mentioned that i would receive this phone around 21 to 26 september, cross fingers and hope everything is smooth later,

http://www.gsmarena.com/xiaomi_mi_a1_(5x)-8776.php
http://www.androidauthority.com/xiaomi-mi-a1-review-798864/

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For the Android One experiment, Xiaomi goes back to its recent favorite, the Snapdragon 625 chipset paired with 4 GB of RAM. The mid-range Snapdragon 625 processor is not the most powerful in the business, but offers a good balance of power optimization (leading to longer battery life) and performance push.




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The Mi A1 is powered by stock Android, and comes with Android 7.1.2 out of the box. As an Android One smartphone, it aims to offer pure Android Nougat experience with a guarantee of Android Oreo update before the end of this year. In a surprise announcement at the launch, it was shared that the Mi A1 will also receive the Android P update, whenever it’s available.

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