Showing posts from August, 2018

[Wearbles] | Mevofit Drive Review | Is it worth the price?

The world of smart wearables is growing at an alarming rate. With smartwatches and fitness trackers taking over the wearables universe, I couldn't really step away the game being a tech enthusiast. So when Mevofit offered me one of their fitness trackers to review, I couldn't deny. After spending a few weeks with the Mevofit Drive , this is my full review. On first Impressions, the build quality of the device and the wrist band amazed me. They gave me the multi color option, so in my box I had two more bands of different colors, other than the one which was already installed around the device. I wasn't planning on making much for fashion statement with this initially, but after switching the default black wristband for the mild red one in the box, it does look quite nice. When compared to other fitness trackers in the market, one thing that stood out to me about this device's charging mechanism. It's unlike any other thing I've seen out there. the b

[Smartphones] | Oppo F9/F9 Pro | Top-Notch innovation?

Looking at the market trends set by Oppo, looks like they are on a streak of releasing one interesting phone after the other. After their amazing Oppo Find X Lamborghini edition , they have made a new buzz in the tech world by releasing the Oppo F9 . It is known as a Oppo F9 Pro in India for some reason and only called as the Oppo F9 in the European regions. As you can see for yourself, this phone's signature feature is that new notch design, which has managed to capture the attention of even a notch hater; me! Oppo is calling it the new water drop design , which suits it very well in my opinion. This new style of putting hole in the front camera in the knowledge gives Oppo F9 an impressive 90.3% screen to body ratio, putting it above their own Oppo F7. That display uses LTPS Technology, meaning that it's a low temperature poly-silicon that is rarely seen on smartphones. The last time I recall seeing that display was back in the days of the OnePlus One. It is a TFT

[Smartphones] | Oppo Find X Lamborghini Edition!

I'm sure you must be aware of Oppo's ambitious new flagship smartphone, the Find X . I've already covered it a while back, you can take a look at it if you would like. Just like other major manufacturers who release a " special edition " of their flagship smartphone, Oppo has released a Lamborghini edition of their Find X. It's the same phone with beefier specs and an insane upgrade in the aesthetics department. The phone comes with 512 gigabytes of storage and the same powerful internals as the stock flagship handset. But what I appreciate more about this phone is the sheer attention to detail in the design. There is a Carbon fiber finish to the back which is only visible from an angle. It looks like regular old glass otherwise. There's a Golden Lamborghini logo engraved at the bottom half of the phone and the top of has the same reflective motorized camera tray. The phone is obviously limited edition and is insanely expensive, but that

[Smartphones] | Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is here!

Galaxy note 9 is finally official. I was eagerly waiting for the unpacked event like many of you, and I am really happy to see what has come out of Samsung's closet. Unsurprisingly, the note 9 looks a lot like the note 8, which is not a bad thing by any means. The fingerprint sensor has obviously been moved to a more reachable position, similar to what we found on the Galaxy S9. Samsung recently has started to give more and more Emphasis to the S pen. It wants us to pay more attention to it than what we did during the times of the Note 4 and Note 5. But unlike the Note 7 where you could do the same things that the Galaxy S7 could already do but with the help of electronic pencil, the note 9 genuinely brings in unity to the table. The new S Pen is enabled with low energy Bluetooth which can last for about 30 minutes on a short 42nd charge. Thanks to Bluetooth, the S pen can now be used when it is a lot farther away from the device, as a camera trigger or to si

[HowTo] | How to Airdrop from iPhone to iPhone

1. How to AirDrop Files from iPhone to iPhone Follow these simple steps below and get started. Step 1: Switch on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on both iPhone devices. There is no need to connect to a network. Step 2: Swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone screen to open the 'Control Center' . Step 3: Click on 'AirDrop.' Then you can choose either 'Contacts Only' or 'Everyone' to send or receive data from you. Step 4: Choose the file(s) you wish to transfer. For instance, go to the Contacts App and select the contact that you want to share on another iPhone device. Step 5: Tap on the Share button and select the iPhone with which you are sharing your files. It should be visible on your screen. Step 6: From the receiver's iPhone, they choose 'Accept' to access the files sent from your device. AirDrop contacts 2. Problem Locating Another iPhone When You AirDrop? There will be instances where you are not able to share files