What to do if you lose your smartphone, or how to track a stolen phone? Smartphones are so expensive these days and carry so much private data that we don't really care if we lose it or if it gets stolen.
What we can and must not do while charging our smartphone battery, as well as how to make our battery last longer.
Huawei's latest product, the Huawei P Smart, is loaded with the latest EMUI 8.0 operating system. The main feature is that the design is built around a 5.65-inch FullView display with FullHD+ resolution (1080 × 2160 pixels). The screen covers as much as 80 % of the phone's front surface and offers a wide view. With the exclusive Face Beauty algorithm, capturing photos with gestures and other functions, this stylish series is designed for young people.
How old were you when you got your first cell phone? In this article, in the light of the return of the Nokia 3310, we will remember the popular mobile phones that we were obsessed with at the beginning of the millennium, when they became commercially available. Have you also started with Reglja?
We asked the young people who are part of the millennial generation what it is that defines Generation Y. And they quickly found out that image among brands ranks extremely high among young people. One of the major roles is played by the brand of the phone. Experts mention adaptability, innovation, efficiency, disconnection and skepticism, resilience and persistence, tolerance and expressiveness as the main characteristics of the millennial generation. That's also why we found a phone that fits just that.
Mobistekla offers very affordable repairs of mobile devices and tablets with a wide range of well-known (Apple, Samsung, Sony, Huawei, LG, HTC, Nokia) and lesser-known brands (One plus, Lenovo, Xiaomi, Meizu).
Every minute, more than 3 million photos are taken around the world, and almost 90 percent of them are taken with a smartphone. Many of these photos and videos end up on the world wide web, even those taken by the biggest celebrities and photography experts.
As you've probably already heard, the good old Nokia 3310 is coming back to the scene. The new Nokia 3310 brings some innovations, but otherwise HMD Global is more than selling nostalgia with it and betting on its strengths from the past. Endurance, long autonomy and, of course, Snake. The original Nokia 3310 had the Snake 2, which wasn't as good as the original, but was still up to par. With the reincarnation of the classic comes the new Snake, about which people have mixed feelings after the first minutes. Check out how the new Serpent looks like to play, and gauge whether it's a step forward or if the designers broke it.
If you thought the best 'S' smartphone was the Samsung Galaxy S6 (Edge or Edge Plus) or the iPhone 6S (Plus), then we have to disappoint you. At least as good, if not better, is the newest member of Huawei's Mate family, the Huawei Mate S, the new flagship of this Chinese smartphone manufacturer, which is increasingly becoming the new Samsung and has thrown down the gauntlet to both the Koreans and Apple with its latest model. In Slovenia, the Mate S will be available in the fall of 2015, and across the pond it will be sold for a little over 700 US dollars.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley, among others to blame for Jobs' temporary dismissal, launched a new smartphone brand called Obi Worldphone. In doing so, he teamed up with Robert Brunner, a former protégé of the company from Cupertino. The idea for the new brand was to create phones that do not make compromises and are made in Silicon Valley with the best components, but their price does not exceed 200 US dollars. And so the flagship Android Obi Worldphone SF1 and the more affordable Obi Worldphone SJ1.5 were born.
Just when we thought that flip phones had finally gone to the eternal hunting grounds, both LG and Samsung announced its return. If the move doesn't seem logical, it seems all the more so as the flip phone of industrial designer Allan Ospina, who redefines this type of technological toys in a new way, i.e. according to Sony. Namely, they created the Lunark Phone smartphone with two screens and a special hinge that connects them into one.
While the BlackBerry brand is slowly but steadily sinking like Venice, it is trying to save itself with the BlackBerry Venice smartphone, which is the first BlackBerry that does not have its own operating system but Google's Android OS, and the special feature is a sinking case that hides the physical keyboard. Is classic looks and Android the combination that will save this sinking Canadian company?