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Top 5 Features of Samsung EX1

Samsung EX1 has been specifically designed for professional photographers and enthusiasts. The Samsung EX1’s high level optics user-friendly display enables photographers to capture professional and artistic shots.

1. Optically advanced

The EX1 delivers a wider range of aperture steps through its impressive F1.8 lens — one of the brightest available and shallow depth-of-field,  therefore removing blur from the background and keeping a steady focus on the image. The EX1 is also equipped with a Schneider KREUZNACH lens which offers a 24mm, ultra-wide focal length and 3x optical zoom, therefore enabling you to capture a wide canvas for your photos.

2. Rotating AMOLED

Through a 7.62cm (3) swiveling AMOLED screen, you can easily focus your shots through various menu settings. The TFT-LCD screen captures the true essence of the camera angle. It enables you to get a wider shot through the camera zoom lens.  You can select various menu settings on the AMOLED screen which enables you to navigate through the menu.

3. RAW file support

Sometimes the image quality of a photo all depends upon the file format that it is saved in. Samsung EX1 offers you to save the photo in RAW format which enables greater compression of the photo file. Through a compressed image one can easily edit the images.

4.  Smart Auto 2.0 (Still & Movie)

This feature allows you to take pictures without worrying about the adjustment of the settings of the camera. Depending on the environment that you are in, the Smart Auto 2.0 enables you to adjust the camera lens according to the suitability of the moment.

5.  Smart Range (High Dynamic Range) with DRIMeIII

EX1 enables you to distinguish the darker shades in the photo with the brighter ones through DRIMeIII technology.  Through the image processor one is able to auto adjust the photo in terms of the distinguishing of the colors.

Will Samsung Galaxy S Stand Up to iPhone

Samsung has its eyes set on beating the iPhone. No wonder though, every company seems to have a smartphone in store bent on taking Apple’s best seller head on. With a much larger screen to boast of, Samsung Galaxy S takes a step into the arena of smartphones.


  • Android 2.1 OS
  • 1GHz Cortex A8 “Hummingbird” CPU
  • 4″ Super-AMOLED display at 800×480
  • 5 Mega-Pixel rear-facing camera (without flash)
  • VGA front-facing camera
  • 720p video recording
  • 8GB / 16GB on-board storage with MicroSD expansion
  • 512MB RAM
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Wireless Tethering support
  • 2.5G (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE)
  • 3G (HSDPA 7.2Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps)
  • A-GPS
  • Digital Compass
  • Accelerometer
  • Proximity Sensor
  • Light sensor
  • FM Radio
  • TV Remote Controller
  • Social Hub integrated social networking


Already one of the most anticipated Android phones to hit the streets, what really stands out in Samsung Galaxy S is its 4-inch Super AMOLED screen. It actually looks like an iPhone, only this time, Samsung has showcased the display screen with a chrome bezel frame. The curved back gives it a comfortable feel in the palm of your hands despite its size. It is also only a millimeter thicker than the iPhone.

Its 122.4 x 64.2 x 9.9mm frame can feel a bit delicate and there’s bound to be some creaking here and there with its very obvious plastic casing. However, the 119 grams feels sturdy enough to withstand the pressures of constant use.


The 1 GHz processor takes full advantage of the Android 2.1 that comes pre-installed with Galaxy S. Multi-tasking becomes a breeze because running multiple programs in the background will not bog down the system. iPhone enthusiasts have to jailbreak their phones first before they can even utter the word “multi-tasking” and even with that, only to some extent.

Samsung preferred its own skin to the default Android one. Dubbed as TouchWiz 3.0, this skin was a product of Samsung’s tinkering with their smartphone line. It offers customizable widgets and icons for its homescreen. Although the effort is there, Samsung’s lack of widgets and Android’s limited repertoire puts the damper on full customization.

Perhaps what gives the Galaxy S a bump into the forefront of ideal Android phone is its multimedia flexibility. The larger screen allows playback for full definition videos including support for Xvid and DivX. In fact its 5-megapixel rear camera also allows for 720p video recording for home movies. Music playback also renders rather well. You can even manipulate your music player even while using any other application. The menu shortcut sits on top of the screen, all you have to do is drag it down to access the controls. Its built-in accelerometer allows you to shift from portrait to landscape mode.

Onboard storage capacity gets a whopping 8GB, or, if you have the extra dinero, 16 GB. That in itself is enough to store your media, phone contacts and a variety of files you want. But if you’re the type who smirks at the thought of just 16GB storage space, lower your eyebrows because you can actually upgrade it with its installed MicroSD expansion slot. Top that Apple!

The web browsing experience is quite promising bordering on excellent. Loading pages, in both 3G and WiFi connections, is fast. However, the text will not automatically fit the screen if you use the pinch and zoom function. You have to tap the screen after this to watch it re-adjust itself. Flash video support is not present on this version of Android. But with Adobe’s release of support for Android 2.1, Froyo, this seems to be a trivial matter.

The Contacts options are not that impressive. For one thing it lacks integrating Facebook and Twitter syncing to your contacts. Syncing your social networking sites with your phone takes a bit of tinkering on a separate phone profile option. Another thing that might bug you is its half-baked idea of SIM card details imports. Yes you can import your contacts from your SIM card to your phone. But no you can’t delete them from your SIM? You will end up with redundant contact info sitting in your phone. Perhaps to make up for this, Galaxy S can group, favorite your contacts and display their details for you. Still, this little flaw might become a pet peeve in the future if no updates fix it.

Of course all this would be rendered useless if Samsung Galaxy S doesn’t present itself passable in its phone features. Thankfully, it does more than pass. Email messaging doesn’t warrant any complicated set up steps. All you have to do is enter the right details—username, password, email server—and you’re good to go. IM through Google talk, SMS, MMS is also there for you to manage. Samsung’s utilizing of Swype, allows you to glide your fingers on the on-screen keyboard to connect letters and create words. The dictionary is not that accurate, but, heck in text speak who needs a dictionary anyway. What would be more amusing is if someone created a dictionary for texts shortcuts instead.

These killer features wouldn’t amount for anything if you would need to run to the nearest outlet frequently to charge your phone. Thankfully, it comes with a 1500 mAh—one of the largest battery available in the market.

Just say it, even though the thought of owning an  iPhone still makes you wet your bed at night, contender after contender of smartphones are invading the market. Samsung Galaxy S is an Android phone already in its way to greatness.


Its official people, 4G is has arrived. Blessed with divine net speeds 4G aims to revolutionize our lives further and HTC has joined the bandwagon with its latest release, the HTC EVO 4G. Previously known as the HTC Supersonic, the phone is a totally new experience. This sure is one fully stacked phone.

The phone features a 4.3 inch screen, large enough for hassle free browsing. The resolution is at 480×800 which makes sure the picture quality is crisp. We were disappointed not to see an AMOLED screen on it but the TFT LCD does not fail to satisfy. The Evo runs on the latest iteration of Android, Android 2.1. This sure has spiced up the phone further. Android now features a search by picture functionality where you can click a picture of anything and run a search for it. For instance you could click a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge and the search would return all the available links about the bridge. There is also the feature of voice to message where you can just dictate your SMS to the phone. Keeping in touch has never been this simple. And before we forget there are hordes of developers who are just waiting to take advantage of the 4G’s speed and connectivity.

The phone is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. You can sense the power of this processor right from when you power up the phone. The browsing through menus is instantaneous and also the web browsing is pretty quick with the videos from Youtube flowing in seamlessly. The Evo also has the pinch to zoom functionality which makes browsing all the more fun. The phone has two cameras, one front facing 8 megapixel auto focus camera and the other a 1.3 megapixel camera for video calls. The 8 megapixel camera also has the capability of recording HD videos. Capturing videos and uploading them is now a very simple task requiring no time at all. The new 4G network ensures that.

The Evo is packed with a number of other features which make normal use even more fun. The phone comes with HTC Sense which packs all your social networking sites into one block and sends the updates in one channel. There is the ‘leap’ feature which allows you to jump between different home screens. HTC has also added the funky ‘polite ringer’ feature where the phone quiets down once it is picked during a call. There is also an HDMI out which enables you to watch your HD videos on your large screen TV.

On the whole this is an absolute stunner. The lack of an AMOLED has disappointed a bit but considering the other factors the phone is well stacked. The build quality is great and HTC has included the kickstand which is perfect in its position. As of now this phone is available through Sprint.

Google Nexus One

Google has taken its time to arrive at this phone’s very first introduction. The phone was built by HTC in cooperation with Google and is fully equipped with the latest version of Android operating system 2.1.The Nexus comes with its exquisite mix of power precision which makes it great such a great phone. It has fine specs quality which includes its 1GHz Snapdragon processor and a 512MB RAM. Loading up pages doesn’t take long; no pause effect seemed to occur. It has an Apple-Iphone Matching browser which brings about the rapid boot up of certain web pages. Multi Tasking appears to be fairly convenient. This feature comes greatly supported in this phone model.

Compared to other smart phones, this phone’s multi tasking ability is handier. The phone’s OS seem to make all the traits of its being outstanding and all, the touch screen is highly responsive and over all, everything worked as smooth as we all wanted. The phone’s AMOLED screen is exceptionally bright and gorgeous enough to bring-about the most pleasurable entertainment in phones.

The AMOLED screen’s brightness doesn’t seem to change unless it is suspended into bright sunlight. It has excellent contrast with vibrant bold colors which project images as vivid as it can be. And videos produced are quite decent. Several cool Web browsers work smooth and easy, and the LED flash camera takes decent pictures although the battery life is just as acceptable.

This phone seems to bag up all the good qualities I always seem to look for when browsing phones. And judging by the looks of this one, I might say, The Nexus One is not that bad at all, compared to the other phones. The phone excels in terms of hardware and software issues and as a matter of fact, it is the best Android phone up to now. The phones speed and superb abilities of multitasking out links the abilities of the iPhone 3GS, but it doesn’t clearly drop the iPhone models down, it’s just that the Nexus has features that stand more accurately than the others. The RAM’s great capacity helps the phone to lay more acceptable performances on every task. Google’s coming up with this model seems to be worth the qualities created anyway.

Some people say the screen estates of both iPhone and Nexus are similar but the statement doesn’t show the mere truth. The iPhone has a 3.5” LCD screen whereas the Nexus has a 3.7 OLED screen. OLED is better than LCD since it is thinner and sharper, not to mention it has better contrast. The phone has piped to be the world’s must-have smart phone of 2010. The phone seems to climb the first rung of the ladder of its verdict of taking over the world of gadgets. Judging by the way the New Nexus has been, I really think it is the kind of phone that people would much likely be placing their interests at.The phone has great qualities from the design down to the specs. The features are brilliant and I couldn’t say more about its bad side.

HTC legend

After HTC’s efforts to make changes and produce a far more superior phone, Here comes T3’s 2009 gadget of the year. This fantastic phone is an awesome handset worth showing off and by primary impressions it looks pretty much like a quality product indeed. The phone was made from a single piece of aluminum. The battery, SD card and the camera sections are rubberized.

If the Apple unibody laptop was to be transfigurated into a handset, the HTC legend phone would pretty much be in our expectations. The phone has an optical joystick which is handy enough to replace the usual trackball. There has been a noticeable change regarding the phone’s processor. Its late 528 MHz has been upgraded to 600 MHz. The changes are clearly significant enough to increase its degree of performance. The windows loading don’t take long and opening several other browsers is convenient. Running certain application is available without undergoing sluggish performance on tasks.

The HTC appears to be out linking certain features of the Nexus one. It has great sense interface and multitouch hence, phone experience is astonishingly smooth. There are apps for weather checking and more. Several widgets like shortcuts and favorites are quite customizable. You can even update your facebook, as well as view pictures without having yourself to dig on the menu programs. The screen features give you the excellent overview of applications accessible with only a quick tap on the home button. Task actions like highlighting texts and all, comes as handy as ever. These little tasks are instantly accessible as quick as you snap your fingers.

The phone has features allowing the access of having all your social networking sites in the same place. Hence, you won’t have to swap browsers over and over again, although at times scrolling down pages would appear a bit sluggish. The phones AMOLED screen is quite small in the size of 3.2 inches. The resolution is lower compared to the Nexus one but the brightness is barely noticeable. Movies are shown clearly on the onboard even when in side view.

The battery power drops down to approximately 25% at the end of the day after moderate task operations on the phone, but it’s not that bad. The legend’s improvement brought forth the ceasing of the critics thrown to the Hero; the music feature doesn’t appear to be on the frontline since it still lacks certain features commonly found in dedicated Music players. But if it is only used as soundtrack while on the way to work or something, I’d say it’s not bad that way.

The phone has a 512MB memory but despite that, taking pictures and playing music is not available unless used with the micro SD card. Technically, the phone’s 512MB memory might still be out matched by the Nexus’ 1 GHz processor although both things are different. More or less we still see the HTC legend as a quicker phone compared to others like the Hero. HTC made everything far slicker and gorgeously built, so I still say this phone model stands out among the rest.

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