Tuesday, May 31, 2011



iPhone TIPS: Specifications unveiled iPhone '4S' at WWDC 2011?

Posted: 30 May 2011 02:49 PM PDT

Q: Lately we had posted some 'solid' rumors regarding the next 'iPhone 4S'. So what are the 'solid' rumors regarding the technical specification of this so called iPhone "4S' ? A: ITT has a wrap-up for you. Firstly the rear camera. Digitimes reports a 8-megapixel resolution model with OmniVision Technologies and Taiwan-based Largan Precision to supply image sensors and lens kits respectively. Then the chips used for the 3G and CDMA. All the 3G and CDMA chips for iPhone 4S will be supplied by Qualcomm. The rumor is that there is one model iPhone 4S that can operate in both CDMA networks like Verizon and on GSM / EDGE / UMTS / HSDPA networks like Vodafone and T-Mobile. The CPU for the improved iPhone 4 is rumored by some anonymous sources, that it uses the ARM Cortex-A9 chip as CPU. however, unclear is whether this model has single CPU core or will have a dual CPU core like the Samsung Galaxy S II. Remember, these are what we called 'solid' rumors, because the Digitimes sources are proven to be accurate in the past. However, we have to wait till the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2011 [SOLD OUT] starts from June 6-10 at San Francisco, Moscone West. See you there Steve.
photo: Apple.com

iPhone TIPS: 1 million Galaxy S II units sold

Posted: 30 May 2011 01:48 PM PDT

Q: What is happening? A: The new Samsung Galaxy S II has sold over 1 million times within 40 days. Running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, it is the fastest app phone on the planet and with a beautiful amoled screen it looks are amazing. Q: What make this app phone so special? A: The amoled screen, the dual-core processor and it is thinner and much lighter than the iPhone 4. Q: Why is it lighter? A: Well Samsung uses lighter materials like plastic, while Apple is using real glass and polished metal. And guess what, weight is not an issue. I think, it is good to feel the weight in your hands. It feels better than some featherlight plastic thing. For detailed information, please checkout the hands-on review by fellow blogger bgr.com. photo via bgr.com

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