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Google Pixel XL Review - A Purest Android Experience

Google launched Pixel and Pixel XL in October 2016. While almost Nexus lineup is dead now, in case you’re interested to get Pure Android experience, Pixel and Pixel XL does provide that. Does Google Pixel XL stand out from the group of Smartphones with its features? Let’s find it out. I’m writing this review after using Google Pixel XL for more than 15 days. I was using 32GB variant of Pixel XL, which is sold in India at Rs. 67,000.

Things those are included inside the box:Pixel XL SmartphoneUSB-C to USB-C cableFast ChargerUSB-C to USB cableSim Ejector PinUSB-C to OTG adapterHeadphones with Rubber EarbudsSafety and Warranty InformationQuick Start Guide, Google Assistant Card, Google Social promo card

Build & Design In comparison with the Nexus lineup, this time Google has not made it that much unique instead went for generic design. The device sports aluminum and glass construction. There is a Google (G) logo at the back side which is used to be Nexus logo in previous devices. Th…
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Asus Zenfone Live Review

Nowadays, going live from a social network has become so common. Many media guys prefer to go live at least once in a week to stay up-to-date with their users. This time, Asus comes with a smartphone which focuses more on live video stream. Let’s find out if it lives to its claims or not.
Build, Design and Display
From the back, Zenfone Live looks like an iPhone. Device looks nice with its sleek design and with 2.5D curved display. This device is very lightweight (120 grams). The Zenfone Live has a 5-inch IPS display that has a 1280x720 (HD) resolution. This display is surrounded by a slim 2.36mm bezel and has a 75% screen-to-body ratio. Overall, the design of the device seems impressive. The brightness was also good in the direct sunlight. Viewing angles are good. Thanks to lightweight and small size, the device is great for those who prefer smaller devices.

Performance, Battery Life Device comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 16GB Internal Storage along with 2GB of RAM and…

Redmi 4 price, specs and features

Redmi phones are one of the fastest growing Smartphones in India. In a very brief time, Redmi has managed to gather many loyal customers. To retain this loyalty, Redmi always come up with new and advanced technology which keeps the customers looking forward to the next launch.

Redmi 4 is the newest release from the series. It focuses on the most important aspects that contribute to a great smartphone experience. It has a battery capacity of 4100 mAh which allows a run up to 18 days on standby mode and up to 2 days with heavy duty usage. Amazing, right? The phone is as designed to fit your palm. It has metal frame with 12.7cm (5) display. Redmi 4 has better, sustained performance on the Snapdragon 435 octa-core processor. It is faster and better than any other Smartphone in the market.

The design of the phone is unique. It snuggles into your palm and gives a firm grip on it. The display is of HD quality. The battery life is shutting down all the arguments that can come up against this …

What is Google Tango and Daydream?

Google has recently launched Daydream in India; previously it launched Tango. Have you ever wondered what they’re all about?

Tango is a new technology from Google that enables augmented reality on smartphones. Daydream is Google’s platform for high-quality, mobile virtual reality. Let’s take a closer look at each one.

What is Tango?Tango is a set of sensors and computer vision software from Google that enable augmented reality applications. This superimposes digital imagery on top of a view of the real world, captured by the device’s camera. The type of images used varies by application, but often enough, they’ll be 3D models that you can physically move around to see from different angles.

Tango is a tight partnership between hardware and software. A depth-sensing camera detects nearby objects in real time, so virtual objects can interact with them appropriately. Motion tracking ensures virtual objects shift as you move the phone, giving the illusion that they’re staying in one spo…

ASUS unveils ZenFone Live With World's First Live-Streaming Beautification called ‘BeautyLive’

Delhi, India (24th May, 2017) — ASUS, the Taiwanese leader in mobile technology, today unveiled ZenFone Live, the world’s first smartphone with real-time beautification technology engineered into the fresh BeautyLive app, enabling users to share more glamorous versions of themselves — live.

Front Camera with large, 1.4µm sensor pixels for 2X-greater light sensitivity and a dedicated soft-light LED flash, ZenFone Live elevates mobile live-streaming to new quality levels, ensuring that selfie video is clearer, brighter and more beautiful. ZenFone Live also has dual micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) microphones to help eliminate background noise and enhance voice pickup, an innovative five-magnet speaker and smart amplifier for powerful audio, along with the DTS Headphone:X, a 2.5D curved display and a lustrous sandblasted metallic finish.

Commenting on the launch, Peter Chang, Region Head – South Asia & Country Manager of ASUS India said, “Live-streaming is currently the darli…

Sad News for Torrent Users ! ExtraTorrent has shut down permanently

A popular site among torrent users with massive torrents and files has shuts down permanently from 17 May 2017,

ET has also some mirror links also, where ET not work in primary domain,
Such as .unblock or .xyz and more..,
But now Extra torrent has just closed it website permanently with removing all their torrent files..,
Now You'll not be able to access any torrent from that website.

Also Read : Google Pixel XL Review - A Purest Android Experience Torrents files are basically a computer file that contains metadata about files and folders to be distributed, and usually also a list of the network locations of trackers, which are computers that help participants in the system find each other and form efficient distribution groups called swarms.

A torrent file does not contain the content to be distributed; it only contains information about those files, such as their names, sizes, folder structure, and cryptographic hash values for verifying file integrity. Depending on context, a …