July 26, 2016

Moto Z Force Droid vs Moto Z Droid vs Moto G4 Plus Specifications Compare

Moto Z Force Droid

Power for days
Go nearly two days without stopping to recharge. Plus, the included TurboPower charger gives your Moto Z Force Droid up to 15 hours of battery life in just 15 minutes of charging.

Moto Z Droid

Beautiful shots. Any setting. Any time.

The perfect moment doesn’t always mean the perfect conditions. That’s why Moto Z Droid includes optical image stabilization and laser autofocus, which help you take true-to-life pictures in any light, in crystal clear detail.

Moto G4 Plus

Brilliant photos in any light
Moto G Plus gives you the most advanced 16 MP camera in its class. Say goodbye to blurry photos thanks to two additional auto-focus technologies. Laser focus and phase detect auto-focus work quickly so you never miss the shot. Plus, a wide-angle 5 MP front camera helps fit everyone into group shots.

July 19, 2016

LG G5 vs LG V10 vs LG G4 Specifications Compare

The LG G5 is a product of bold and fresh ideas. It has the looks of a brand new flagship, the heart of a dragon and an adventurous dual camera setup suited for every occasion. But there's more than what meets the eye, the Magic Slot.

Key specifications
1440 x 2560 px
Snapdragon 820
32/64GB memory
The LG G5 is a modular smartphone, which lets you plug a handful of external add-ons: a semi-pro camera grip with shutter buttons and a bigger battery, or an external sound amplifier by B&O.

LG V10
The LG V10 has a lot going for it - it's a flagship, a phablet, a camera phone, a rugged phone, a Hi-Fi phone and the first of the new V-series. It's a feature-packed device and its signature feature is the secondary always-on display and a dual selfie camera.

Key specifications
1440x2560 pixels
Snapdragon 808
32/64 GB memory
LG issues a serious challenge to other makers on the camera and audio battlefields with the V10. The phone is also LG's first to feature a fingerprint reader since 2009's GW820 eXpo (not counting the Google-designed Nexus 5X).

Flagships get better with every generation but some of last year's are as good as reborn. The LG G4 improves on the three best features of its predecessor: design, screen, the camera - and does so decisively. It adopts a G Flex curve, but makes it its own with an optional stitched leather back, and has what may as well be the most advanced camera module on a phone yet. Flagships get better with every generation but some of last year's are as good as reborn. The LG G4 improves on the three best features of its predecessor: design, screen, the camera - and does so decisively. It adopts a G Flex curve, but makes it its own with an optional stitched leather back, and has what may as well be the most advanced camera module on a phone yet.The camera really is the new phone's key feature. LG picked a new 16MP sensor, improved the optical stabilization, gave it a wider aperture lens, added a handful of new software features (including manual mode) and placed a top-notch selfie camera on the front. A complete overhaul of the imaging department.

LG designers were hard at work too. They gave the LG G4 a subtle arc that complements the spacious screen and sourced high-quality materials for the back covers. The premium option is made of genuine full grain leather with threads imported from Germany used on the decorative stitching. Even the basic backs are far from plain - the white one has ceramic coating.

The LG G4 strikes a great balance between tangible quality and intangible class. Here's how the hardware capabilities and the premium exterior balance out, plus what the G4 offers over its predecessor.

Key features
Subtly curved design with optional leather backs
5.5" QHD (1440 x 2560px) Quantum Display IPS LCD, 534ppi, Gorilla Glass 3
Android 5.1 Lollipop with the latest LG UX v4.0
Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset with hex-core processor (dual Cortex-A57 @ 1.82GHz, quad A53 @ 1.44GHz), Adreno 418 GPU and 3GB of RAM
16MP camera, phase detection/laser autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash, OIS, 2160p video recording
8MP front-facing camera, 1080p video recording
32GB of built-in storage, expandable via a microSD card slot
Active noise cancellation with a secondary microphone
Dolby mobile sound enhancement
3,000mAh user-replaceable battery
microUSB 2.0 with SlimPort 4K
IR-port and NFC

July 18, 2016

Sony Xperia X vs Xperia X Performance vs Xperia XA Features and Compare

Features and Compare

Xperia X

Capturing beautiful moments
The most shareable moments tend to be the hardest to capture. The Xperia X comes equipped with some intuitive camera features like Quick Startup, Predictive Hybrid Autofocus, and a dedicated camera button that lets you catch even the most unexpected moments in the blink of an eye.

Keeps up with the action

Xperia X’s 23 MP main camera includes intelligent features like Predictive Hybrid Autofocus that tracks your subject and predicts its next move so you capture every moment with the sharpest quality. The camera also features SteadyShot™ video stabilization for shooting smooth videos and minimizing any “shaky cam” effects.

A Front facing camera that outshines the rest
Low-light photos with the front facing camera aren’t easy to capture, but the Xperia X was built for this challenge. With 13MP and Sony renowned low light sensors, The Xperia X’s front camera delivers amazing sharpness.

Battery life that keeps you charged for days
Intelligent battery management solutions on the Xperia X include groundbreaking Qnovo adaptive charging that maintains battery performance and extends your battery lifespan up to twice as long. If you need a quick boost, charge the Xperia X with the Quick Charger UCH10 (charger included in box) for 10 minutes and get 5.5 hours of usage.

Longer Battery lifespan
There is never a good time for your phone to quit because its low on a charge. Stamina mode minimizes battery drain so you have power when you need it most.

PS4 Power on Your Smartphone
Want to continue your epic PS4™ mission but someone else needs the TV? With the Snapdragon 650 processor it no problem. With PS4™ Remote Play, simply connect your Xperia X to your PS4™ via home Wi-Fi, and use your DUALSHOCK® 4 wireless controller to play full versions of your favorite PS4™ games directly on your phone.

Stylish design
Crafted with a seamless metal back, the Xperia X is undeniably stunning. And with the curved glass edges of its display and 5" size, it sure to turn some heads.

Designed to suit you
Choose from four colors: Graphite Black, White, Lime Gold, or Rose Gold. We've also refined the user interface to make the Xperia X extremely intuitive. Each one has been chosen to complement your personal style.

Xperia X Performance

Xperia X Performance Design
Sophisticated touch
Hold Xperia X Performance and you’ll know it’s beyond the ordinary – with a curved display and a seamless metal back. Choose Graphite Black or White for an exclusive hairline finish.

Tailored to you
Designed for comfort and to impress from every angle, with its rounded glass edges, seamless brushed metal back, and form fitting 5” display. The user interface has also been updated to be more in tune with you, both in looks and responsiveness.

It's only water
Sony’s water resistant* design takes the worry out of wet
A little water shouldn't be a big deal. Xperia® X performance is built to withstand the splashes that are a part of everday life. So you can relax about sudden spills or unexpected showers.

Streaming in the fast lane
Uninterrupted entertainment with the fastest connectivity
Whether its streaming comedy on Netflix or downloading your favorite podcast, you don’t want to wait to be entertained. With the latest Snapdragon 820 processor, and a seamless network experience, Xperia X Performance delivers you the media you’re in the mood for with blazing-fast processing speed and real-time high-definition graphics.

High scores for power
The supercharged Snapdragon 820™ processor and Cat91 connection speeds is ideal for high-powered activities such as PS4 games with Remote Play, and exceptional video and music streaming.

23MP camera focused on speed
This is our fastest and smartest camera yet. Xperia X Performance has improved camera features with quicker response times, more intelligent focus and highly adaptive shutter speed, so you can capture clearer shots.

Keep up with the action
The Xperia X Performance is always one step ahead, with some of Sony’s best camera technology. Taking pictures of someone in action is simple if you could predict their next move. The intelligent Predictive Hybrid Autofocus will do the tracking for you, so you can capture the moment with the sharpest quality. The Xperia X Performance also features SteadyShot™ video stabilization technology that compensates for movements, making panning smoother and the images more stable.

Front facing camera puts the focus on you
We’ve taken specs other smartphone have on their main camera and placed them up front. With 13 megapixels and a low light camera, Capture your good side, all day and night.

Blink and you’ll get it
The 23MP camera for the faster moments
Our fastest camera yet goes from standby to capture in less that 0.6 seconds. With the quick start up, lightning speed Hybrid Auutofocus and faster image processing, you can capture the most spontaneous moments

Qnovo Adaptive Charging
Smarter battery management solutions include groundbreaking Qnovo adaptive battery charging that maintains battery performance and extends battery lifespan up to twice as long.

Power up in no time
Charge the Xperia X Performance with the Quick Charger UCH10 (charger included in box) for 10 minutes and get 5.5 hours of usage.

Xperia XA

Made to match your lifestyle
Your smartphone follows you everywhere. Its in your pocket while you're on the move and on the table when your eating with friends. That's why the new Sony Xperia XA has been designed to comfortably fit your active lifestyle, yet attract attention with its stunning full-width display. It’s the perfect device for having fun and letting loose.

5” borderless display maximizes viewing pleasure
From watching your favorite shows to spending hours playing games. The Xperia XA’s captivating 5” borderless display is maximized, without having to make the phone any bigger, so you can enjoy an endless world of entertainment that is a pleasure to hold.

Go classic or go for gold
Choose from four great colors: Graphite Black, White, Lime Gold, or Rose Gold.

A 13 MP camera that launches in no time
Capture spontaneous moments as they happen by simply holding the dedicated camera button. The Xperia XA Quick Launch goes from standby to capture in less than a second. So you’ll never be left fumbling with the camera while those epic moments pass you by.

A super-fast autofocus to capture the instant
Freeze the action, like a friends launch to massive dunk – with blur-free clarity. Thanks to Xperia XA’s 0.15 second Hybrid Autofocus and wide focal coverage, you can touch anywhere on the screen, even the corners, and focus quickly on the fun.

Stunning low-light shots on both cameras
From snapping great selfies and group shots at a party to showcasing a gourmet meal by candlelight, you can capture brighter photos with either the front or back low light camera.

A battery that last
Listen to more music, talk for hours, and stay out for longer. Xperia XA’s smart battery solution with groundbreaking Qnovo adaptive charging technology maintains battery performance while charging to deliver a battery lifespan that last up to twice as long.

MediaTek Helio™ P10 Octa-core processor delivers efficient power and performance, so you can enjoy seamless entertainment and browsing.

July 16, 2016

Compare OnePlus 3 vs Samsung Galaxy S7 edge vs Huawei Nexus 6P

A day’s power in half an hourOnePlus 3

"The OnePlus 3 is the rare kind of phone that I can recommend without reservations."
— The Verge
"The OnePlus 3 won’t disappoint you. And if horsepower and customizability are you top priorities, you should get one, regardless of your budget."
— Wired

Galaxy S7 edge.

You're eyeing up the Samsung Galaxy S7, but you find its looks too pedestrian? We don't necessarily agree, but let's say for the sake of argument that you're right. No worries, Samsung's got you covered - meet the Galaxy S7 edge.Flagships come in pairs, that's the recent trend and in the case of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge they share a good bit of the internals. Which is another way of saying that the edge has a bigger battery, and that's it.

Then again it has a larger display. And it's that display, that gorgeous 5.5-inch Super AMOLED spilling over the sides, that's the real difference between the two, and the sole reason why one would pay the premium and pick the S7 edge and not the S7.

Huawei Nexus 6P

Last year, a dramatic change came to Google's Nexus offering. The upper-mid range phone that was the Nexus 5 was replaced by a premium and much more expensive model made by Motorola. Skip time ahead about a year to this fall and we are offered a true premium package with a significantly lower price tag. The Nexus 6P is beautifully designed by Huawei to please both power users and average users alike.Last year's Motorola Nexus 6 was a huge hit, literally. Unfortunately the phablet did not age well, the price of Motorola's offering was too high from the start then fell too low at the end of its life cycle. This year, Google decided to do two things differently with the Nexus release: launch and sell Nexus phones exclusively on the brand new Google Store, and release two Nexus phones offering the same experience in two different models of hardware, one larger and more powerful than the other, lower cost model.

Huawei and Google conceived a perfect sequel to the Nexus 6 - it's the first time Huawei is on board the Nexus program as well but their track record of excellent premium phones has positioned them as an ideal choice for a Google hardware partner.

The 6P offers a perfect balance of premium feel, software experience, and attention to detail without skimping out in other aspects (such as the camera experience or build quality).

Key Features
5.7" screen with 1440p resolution (518ppi)
Android 6.0 Marshmallow with quickest software updates from Google
Quad-core 1.55 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A57, 3GB of RAM, Adreno 430 GPU; Snapdragon 810 v2 chipset
32GB, 64GB, or 128GB of storage
12.3MP camera with laser autofocus and dual-LED flash; 1.55µm pixels; 8MP selfie camera
2160p video capture
Cat. 6 LTE (300Mbps); Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac; Bluetooth 4.2; GPS/GLONASS; NFC; USB Type-C port with USB host
Fingerprint reader; Android Pay
3,450mAh Li-Po battery with fast charging