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Best Galaxy S5 Tips and Tricks (Hidden features)
 
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Top tips and tricks for the Galaxy S5 Read the full review: http://mobiscrub.com/android/samsung-galaxy-s5-review/ The Galaxy S5 has plenty hidden features that I unfold in this video. Best tips and tricks for Galaxy S5: 1 Power saving mode with black and white display turned on for saving more battery while using all apps 2. Keyboard shortcuts - pre defined messages on number button on the stock Samsung keyboard 3. Angular fingerprint sensor method - store your fingerprint angular so that you can unlock it in an angular fashion without having to keep the phone straight everytime you want to unlock 4. Write with anything on the S5 screen - with increased touch sensitivity turned on, you can write with a pen or a pencil or anything else. 5. Settings view - you can change the view of the settings panel by toggling between list view and tab view 6. Hide apps - in the app drawer to have a cleaner and more organized app drawer 7. Speed up your home key - go into S voice settings and uncheck 'open via the Home key' to improve the speed with which your home key button works. 8. Private mode: Move stuff like messages, pictures, and files to private folder when in private mode to keep them safe and away from everyone. 9. Taking a screenshot on the Galaxy S5 10. One hand operation
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7 cool things that Note9 can do and iPhone cant
 
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There are many things that the Note 9 can do and the iPhone can't! My favourite ones are in this video. Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub First: You can stream the same content on two wireless earphones at the same time With the Galaxy Note 9, you can connect two pair of wireless earphones simlutaneously and two people can listen to music or watch the same video in their respective wireless headphones. So it’s not like you have to share one earbud with someone to be able to do that. Second: The Note 9 delivers a desktop experience to you if and when you want it Just one type C to HDMI adapter and one HDMI cable that you connect to a monitor and that’s it! You get a full desktop like experience and you use the Note 9 itself to act as a mouse as well a keyboard. Or, you could connect a bluetooth mouse and keyboard to truly feel like you’re using a desktop computer. Third: You can increase storage space at an almost insignificant cost $60 if you want to increase by 256 GB and $25 or less if you want to increase by 128GB. And you can do that any time you want! If you want to go from a 256 GB iPhone to 512 GB iPhone - you would have to spend $200 more on top of the already $200 more expensive X(S) max (note - unlocked device - text note). But, with Galaxy Note 9, you get a microSD card slot. So, you could get the basic 128 GB model for $1000 bucks and put in a $60 256 GB microSD card and expand storage all the way saving almost $300-$400 bucks for yourself. Fourth: You will never have to carry a credit card. With Samsung Pay, you can add your credit cards into the phone and then just use it on regular machines that you use for swiping credit cards. Again, something that Apple phones won’t be letting you do. Fifth: Customizable homescreens The iOS has looked the same for years with very little cosmetic change. But with the Galaxy Note 9, you get the customization abilities of Android. So you can pretty much the change the way it looks entirely using various third party apps like Nova Launcher and KWGT widgets (disclaimer: they don’t drain battery). If you want to know how I did this to my Galaxy Note 9 - there is a video card up on the right. Sixth: You get the S Pen with the Note 9 and that can do a lot more for you. First of all you can take notes - obviously. And there are more ways to do that than you can imagine. So whether its just a simple double tap on the lock screen or on the homescreen, to take a quick note or use a fully equipped note taking app. Secondly and more importantly, you can use it as a remote control and control apps like your camera for taking pictures or even a powerpoint presentation to control your slides or your music app to jump a track or play/pause a Youtube video,. Also, you can use the S Pen as a tool to translate languages in your native language by simply hovering on it and you can instantly extract text from an image and copy and paste it anywhere you’d like! Lastly, you can schedule text messages using the native in-built messaging app. I mean, on iPhone you could do that - but as expected, you’d have to spend 2 or 3 dollars to be able to do that. You get that right off the bat wit the Note 9. Winters are coming in and if you’re in a really cold country where you wear gloves - you can increase the touch sensitivity so the phone is more responsive to your touch even when you’re wearing gloves. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Galaxy Note 9 - 7 Super Cool Tips and Tricks
 
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Change the way you use your Galaxy Note 9 with these awesome tips and tricks Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Tip 1: Auto Record phone calls Go into phone dialer settings and then set auto record calls to yes. And you can set which calls you want to record and set a rule. Also, set pop up call settings so that you get your calls in a pop up and not interrupt while Tip 2: Instant Dark Mode/Negative Mode Go into Setttings, then accessibility settings and then go into direct access. enable direct access and turn on negative colors. Use power key and volume up together. Edge lighting and Always on display will turn off when you enable dark mode - so ensure that you turn it on once you are done using dark mode or negative color mode. Tip 3: Use video lock screen You can download some video lock screens from the Galaxy theme store and searching using 'video wallpaper' or just go into gallery, select a video and then tap the three dot menu and choose select wallpaper. Only works on lock-screen. Tip 4: Set up Edge Panels Enable/disable edge panels that are required. Download new ones from the download menu. Bunch of really useful and productive edge panels. Some are available for free and some are paid for - but these are quite awesome. TIp 5: Set uo the best security combination to unlock screen Tip 6: Turn off always on display AOD takes 1% of your battery life for every hour. So if you are out in the day for 12 hours, it takes about 12% of your battery. Tip 7:Motion Photo and Auto LED The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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7 Brand NEW Tips and Tricks for Galaxy S9/S9 plus
 
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7 CRAZY HACKS for the Galaxy S9/S9 plus/S8 Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Tip 1: You can connect your Galaxy S9 and S9 plus to a LAN connection through a simple adapter and enjoy much faster internet speeds. We all know that LAN is faster than Wi-Fi because of more bandwidth and no interference. Buy Type C to Ethernet adapter on Amazon.in: https://www.amazon.in/AmazonBasics-USB-Type-C-Ethernet-Adapter/dp/B01M6WQ0T0/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1531754941&sr=8-4&keywords=type+c+ethernet+adapter on Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Ethernet-Adapter-uni-Thunderbolt-Pixelbook/dp/B077KXY71Q/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1531754970&sr=8-3&keywords=type+c+to+ethernet+adapter Tip 2: You can visually customize how your notifications appear on the lock-screen. So whether you want a complete white background under the notification, or translucent white or completely transparent - that’s completely up to you. Tip 3: I’ve always wondered if I could manually control the brightness of the always on display. Turns out I can! So if i’m looking at the always on display, I can increase or decrease the brightness. If you go into always on display settings, you can turn off auto brightness and then manually set the brightness of the always on display. Tip 4: Set up a video lock-screen. I’m not sure why people aren’t doing it when it’s easily a very attractive and exclusive feature. It looks so good and definitely turns heads around. Tip 5 Set your screen lock to a combination of PIN, Intelligent scan and fingerprint - so you are always covered. By the way, intelligent scan is nothing but a combination of face and iris making it super secure. Now, if your hands are dirty then intelligent scan can do the job. If your phone is on the table, then the PIN would be most handy because you won’t have to pick it up for either intelligent scan or fingerprint. And if it’s too dark, then either PIN or the fingerprint can do the unlocking. So it’s just a great way to cover all scenarios! Tip 6: Auto restart device to keep it always optimized for best performance Tip 7: Full screen apps for best app experience The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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How to make Android faster - 7 Quick Tips!
 
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Increase performance of your Android smartphone with simple tips and tricks Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Speed up android smartphone with just a few tips. Just by doing some simple things, you can really improve the speed and performance of your Android (Galaxy) smartphone.
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10 PRO tips to master your Samsung Galaxy S9
 
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Phenomenal GALAXY S9 (S9 Plus) Pro Tips Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub There are some phenomenal features in the Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus that very few people know of and even fewer people are using. In this video, my aim is bring alive those hidden features, tips/tricks or hacks that can truly make your Galaxy S9 experience amazing. Icon Pack: Project X Download icon pack: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=black.nougat.icons.ddt Wallpaper download link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QJSUi3iOZ5_2r2Vb17bNJrFD2em6_ZYO/view?usp=sharing Tip 1: Use any video as your video lock-screen Tip 2: Turn on Dolby Atmos mode for a truly cinematic experience Tip 3: A very handy super slo mo tip - enable manual slow mo to never miss the action Tip 4: Use a dark Samsung theme to save battery and make your phone look cool Tip 5: Instantly turn your phone into dark UI or dark mode by using power and volume up key (accessibility setting) Tip 6: Customize the Always on display with beautiful clock displays and colors Tip 7: Customize the edge lighting with various effects, colors Tip 8: Use Bixby to do multiple things with just one voice command created by you Tip 9: Use Samsung Pay to score points and redeem cool rewards Tip 10: Enhance screen resolution to get the highest possible pixel density for best performance The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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7 Useful Tips and Tricks for Galaxy S9 and S9 plus
 
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7 useful hacks to master your Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus usage Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Your Samsung Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus comes with plenty of things that you probably don’t know about. Tip 1: Customize your always on display (AOD) AOD is off by default when the S9 ships over. So go into settings, then lock screen and security and then clock and face widgets. Now choose clock style. You can choose individual clock style for always on display and even on your lock screen. Select the clock style and then choose the color you want. You can choose between solid colors and some preset gradients as well. Choose & then just select apply! If you’re not happy with this, you can head over to Theme Store and go to the AOD section. There are tons of free AOD styles and some paid ones – download and apply! Tip 2: Toggle between dark and normal view Enable dark view by going into settings, then accessibility, then direct access and turn it on for just ‘Negative Colors’. You can almost instantly turn your display in dark mode by just tapping the volume up button along with the power button. Tip 3: Enable Edge Lighting and Customize according to preference and apps Open settings, go to Display and then tap into Edge Panel. Enable Edge Lighting. Tap on Edge Lighting to customize & set the lighting style by modifying the effects, color, transparency and width. There are 4 new effects to choose from, you can set any color of the lighting that you want and you can also modify the thickness of that effect. You can have multi-colored edge lighting of varying thickness and color of your liking. In addition, you can now customize the edge lighting depending upon which app you get the notification from. I’ve customized 11 apps so far and given each of them their own unique color. Tip 4: Change task view from thumbnails to list view Instead of viewing recent apps in respective thumbnail view – you also view it in a list style format. Tap on recent apps key, then click on menu and then select list view. Tip 5: Enable pop up view & multi-tasking view The Galaxy S9/S9 Plus support both pop up view and multi-window but is turned off by default. Head to Settings, then Advanced Features & Multi window to turn on both these features. While you are in an app, you can instantly activate another instance of an app by long tapping the recent apps key. Additionally, you can resize and have a pop up view of compatible apps as they overlay on your screen. Tip 6: Re-arrange camera modes as per preference The Galaxy S9 and S9 plus now feature a more intuitive camera software, which allows you to easily switch between various modes. However, it also allows you to manage those modes and re-order them in a way that you feel best. If there is something that you don’t like or use, just turn it off or something that you want right next to the auto mode – then have it reorder it right below or above it. You can also enable a floating camera shutter button to help you take pictures easily when you are stretching the camera using your hands. Tip 7: Modify homescreen to show all apps and remove app-drawer If you’re not a fan of having a dedicated app drawer for all your apps and prefer something like the iOS app drawer style – you could actually get that going for yourself. Long tap on the homescreen, tap into homescreen settings & then on home screen layout. Click on Home screen only and all your apps are going to come out as if you never had a separate app drawer – just like iOS style. Swipe down from anywhere on homescreen to open notification panel Go into homescreen settings and active quick notification panel setting. Now you don’t have to go all the way to the top edge of the screen to pull the notification panel down. There are some more things like Intelligent Scan in the security settings that is a combination of face and iris lock, a landscape oriented home screen layout that lets you see more and do more if required, finger sensor gestures that allow you to toggle your notification panel, smart stay that ensures your phone’s display stays on as long as you are looking at it and many more here and there!
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How to enable gesture navigation and hide navigation bar on any Android smartphone
 
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A lot of phones like OnePlus, Vivo and Oppo come with navigation gesture and that has truly changed the way people navigate on their phones. It’s a lot faster when you get used to it. These phones have the option of enabling navigation gesture instead of navigation bar within the phone’s settings. However, some Android phones even the latest ones, don’t have the option of Navigation gestures. In fact, they also don’t have the option of hiding the navigation bar. Steps to do this (this is completely safe and genuine) Install Fluid navigation gesture from the Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fb.fluid Enable USB debugging on your phone Go to settings Go to software information or build number (look for it) Tap on build number 7 times to unlock Developer Options Go to settings and then Developer Options Scroll down to Enable USB debugging Download ADB drivers:https://adb.clockworkmod.com/ Download Platform Tools for Android: https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools#download 3. Extract all the contents of the zip file downloaded to a folder called ‘Android tools’ 4. Run command prompt in windows - search ‘cmd’ after hitting windows key. Open the CMD prompt 5. Type c:\android tools\platform-tools and hit enter 6. Connect your phone to your laptop using a usb cable (type c or microUSB depending upon your phone’s USB port) 7. Now copy paste the following command in the command prompt and hit enter adb shell pm grant com.fb.fluid android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS And that’s it! Now open the Fluid NG app and you can successfully hide navigation bar too. After this, you just have to customize the actions associated with bottom bar and side-bars. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Top 7 Best Free Android Apps - Aug 2018
 
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Best Free Apps for Android Smartphone August (2018). A mix of utility, productivity, personalization and game apps! Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Top 7 best apps for Galaxy S8/Galaxy S9/S9 Plus/OnePlus 6/Oppo/Honor/Vivo/Asus/Xiaomi Pixel 4D Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=helectronsoft.com.live.wallpaper.pixel4d YouTube vanced: Download link: https://vanced.azurewebsites.net/ Cleanfox Download link:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.cleanfox.android Musicana Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.musicplayer.musicana Asphalt 9: Legends Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gameloft.android.ANMP.GloftA9HM Beat Racer Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zplay.beatracer Glim dark Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.icons.dark.glim.lite The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Top 5 Best Free Android Apps - November 2018
 
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A mix of utility, productivity, personalization apps! Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Top 7 best apps for Galaxy S8/Galaxy S9/S9 Plus/OnePlus 6/Oppo/Honor/Vivo/Asus/Xiaomi Edge Mask Music Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=kim.uno.edgemask.music Daywise Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.synapse.alarm.daywise Fluid NG Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fb.fluid Reachability Cursor Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niftyui.reachability Assistant Shortcuts: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=host.stjin.assistantshortcuts The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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5 MORE Galaxy Note 8 Tips and Tricks
 
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5 Hacks to improve your Galaxy Note 8 Experience Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Tip 1: Pin to-do tasks or things to remember to Always on Display Tip 2: Automatic create-a-note pop up when sliding S Pen or Double tap with S Pen button pressed to create immediate note Tip 3: Use Samsung Pass for biometric login to access websites via Samsung Internet Browser Tip 4: Convert anything to text using Highlight tool with the S Pen on the Edge Panel Tip 5: Customize Always on Display with any image from the Gallery Link to buy Galaxy Note 8 skin: http://easyskinz.com/ Link to buy Galaxy Note 8 Abstract theme skin: https://goo.gl/3bYZZZ Link to download AMOLED wallpaper for Always on Display Custom Wallz: https://goo.gl/4xcxpW Link to wallpaper: https://goo.gl/Z4nPjG The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Samsung Galaxy J8 – In-depth Review and Specifications (2018)
 
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Galaxy J8 Full review, camera samples, gaming performance and more... Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Samsung Galaxy J8 Price in India: INR 18,990 (64 GB) Samsung Galaxy J8 specifications: OS: Android 8.0.0 Oreo Processor: Snapdragon 450 1.8 GHz Octa-core Dual SIM: Yes 4G ready: Yes External memory: Yes, microSD up to 256 GB RAM: 4 GB Memory: 64GB Camera: 16MP f/1.7 + 5MP f/1.9, autofocus, LED flash Video: 1080p@30fps Front camera: 16 MP, f/1.9, with LED flash Battery: 3,500 non-removable Display: 6 inches, Super AMOLED Screen resolution: 720 x 1480 pixels Bluetooth: Yes, v4.0 Fingerprint: Yes Body design: Unibody, polycarbonate Charging port: microUSB 2.0 FM Radio: Yes Video on chat - Yes Waterproof or Water resistant: No Notification LED: No Galaxy J8 display A massive 6 inch super AMOLED display with a resolution of 720 pixels by 1480 pixels that lends the device a fluid 18.5:9 screen ratio which you get with the flagships such as the Galaxy S8 and the Note 8. The 720p resolution is not all that great. The battery will definitely benefit from this as the massive screen won’t consume too much power since it’s a low screen resolution display. On the other hand, you miss the extremely sharp display that you could get with a 1080p resolution and games like modern combat 5 that you saw lacked sharpness. Additionally, you can’t enjoy 1080p video content either and are stuck with a 720p display. No Auto brightness mode. Galaxy J8 OS/Software On the software side, the J8 is running Android 8.0 Oreo with samsung experience version 9. Basically, it’s Samsung’s latest experience offering and comes with a few pre-loaded apps like the Google Suite of apps, the microsoft suite of apps some samsung goodies like smart things, voice recorder, internet browser, samsung pay mini, samsung mall, secure folder and samsung notes. It has an built-in FM player as well but only works with earphones connected. Galaxy J8 performance Powered by Snapdragon 450 1.8 GHz Octa Core processor which is at best a decent performer and comes with 4 GB RAM which is alright. The Antutu benchmark scores are really not high and is a mediocre 70,000. The Redmi Note 5 gives 76000, the Honor 7x gives 89000 and the Asus Zenfone Max Pro gives 114,000 in Antutu benchmark scores - all these devices are actually cheaper than the J8 and yet give better performance scores. So it’s really something to think about if performance is something that drives your buying decision. The J8 is not a slow device or it does not lag. But it’s not blazing fast and that’s alright because you’re not paying a lot of money. Galaxy J8 Gaming Games mostly run smoothly. Tried playing chameleon run, modern combat 5 and asphalt 8. Asphalt 8 ran very smoothly with sharp to decent graphics. Modern combat 5 ran smoothly, however, lack of 1080p display makes graphics look not so great. Galaxy J8 Build A polycarbonate unibody build and the quality doesn’t feel too flimsy or cheap. It has this nice matte finish to it with a soft texture that feels good when holding in your hand. Some people prefer metal - but i don’t really see that as a deal breaker of any kind. Galaxy J8 Design From a design perspective, it’s infinity display which is essentially a close to bezel-less 18.5:9 screen which delivers a really immersive experience. So the bezels are slimmer than many of its competitors, but really don’t expect its anything close to flagships like Galaxy s9 or OnePlus 6 or iPhone X. The chin and the forehead of the device are quite significant and far from a bezel-less design honestly. No water resistance or water proofing – and that’s ok because no phones in this segment have that. No quick charging. Fingerprint sensor at the back. J8 supports two SIM cards and one microSD card to expand storage by 256 GB. You have a microUSB port which is disappointing in the world of type C ports - and you get a regular charger with it which does not support fast charging. Still got the headphone jack! Also, no notification LED - and again not sure why not! Most other phones in this category come with the notification LED and it’s a pretty important thing The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Setting up Galaxy Note 9? - Top 7 Must-Dos! DONT MISS..
 
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Just got your new Galaxy Note 9 or thinking about getting one? Here are some super interesting things to do when setting up the Galaxy Note 9. Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Set up Edge Lighting The edge of the display lightens up when you get a notification. You can choose from 4 different lighting edge lighting styles and various colors. You can also set up a custom color for specific apps. Set up Instant Dark Theme/Negative Colors Mode Not all apps are made in dark theme but apps that are made in dark theme look really cool and they are much easier on the eyes especially when its extremely dark and the white light starts to hurt. While most apps don't come in dark theme mode, a way is to flip the colors on the screen. This helps you achieve a dark background instantly with contrasting white content. However, this does not work well with pictures - so if ou are using an ap that has a lot of pictures, I'd recommend to use the normal mode. However, if it's just a reading app like flipboard or something - it works beautifully. Set up Always on Display The Always on display allows you to add more functional elements without lighting up your screen or even your lock-screen. In addition to that, there are a bunch of customizable clock styles available in multiple solid and gradient colors that you can apply to your always on display. You can also head tot he Galaxy wallpapers and themes store and choose AOD on the bottom right to get access to a bunch of free and paid always on display themes. Set up call recording By default, call recording is turned off. You can still go ahead and press on the call menu while you are on a call to record that call. But to enable this feature by default for specific numbers, unknown numbers or known numbers only - you can go into phone dialer settings and then go into call recording option. Set up apps and folder apps on your homescreen - the video shows how to create folders on an Android homescreen running Android 8.1.0 oreo Set up your Note for a new theme and a new look everyday - head over to the Galaxy wallpapers and theme store and you can browse over a 1000 themes that are available for the new Samsung Experience v9 and v9..5. Some of them are free and some are paid - but they really change your experience with your smartphone and makes you feel like you have a new one everyday. Set up auto brightness bar The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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10 Best Galaxy Note 8 Tips and Tricks
 
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Hidden features of the Galaxy Note 8 Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Instant Dark mode – Apply a dark theme mode so that you can read better in low light or at night with just a key combination of power button along with volume up. It strains your eyes a lot lesser and in fact, it looks really good on some apps like email, SMS, Samsung Notes, etc. The only downside is that it won’t work very well with apps that have images because it completely changes colors to their negatives and that really is horrifying when it comes to pictures on Instagram or Facebook. Change Vibration Pattern: Never miss a notification again. Customize Galaxy Note 8 vibration pattern. You can actually change that to have more aggressive type of vibrations by changing the patterns. Under sound and vibration settings, you could go to vibration pattern and change that to anything you like. Dual App Sound : Galaxy Note 8 essentially allows you to play something on your Bluetooth device and something else from your phone speakers. So you can use your music app like Spotify to play a playlist on your Bluetooth speakers and at the same time someone else can watch a YouTube video with headphones connected in simultaneously. Notification Reminder: This is as simple as it sounds. You can enable a notification to appear again in case you haven’t attended to that notification in a specific time interval. So this way you surely never miss out on any unread notifications. Block Accidental Touches: If you have a simple swipe to unlock screen, chances are that you might end up unlocking your screen unintentionally and further leading that to pocket dialing, unintended gibberish messages going out, and so on. To avoid that, you could actually just go into settings like this and enable the ‘Block accidental touches’ setting. Dual Messenger: Finally, you don’t need an app to clone your messaging apps in case you want to use two of them on the same smartphone. Samsung allows you to do this natively by using the setting called Dual Messenger. You can just go here and as and when you have compatible apps, those would show up here that allow you to create duplicates of. And you can have 2 whatsapp accounts or 2 messenger accounts on the same phone. Smart Lock: While security is important at all times, but when you’re home and there are no potential prying eyes, your smartphone can be programmed to be lock-free automatically. And to do that, you just go into smart lock and set it up so that your note 8 can understand that you’re in a safe zone and screen lock can by passed. There are a couple of ways to do that: 1. When your phone knows that it’s with you. So it keeps tracking its proximity to your body and keeps it unlocked for that time. 2. When it detects you are in a trusted zone either using location or using the Wi-Fi SSID. 3. When it detects that you are in your car when it connects to your car audio Bluetooth. Samsung Secure Folder: Hide or secure your important documents, videos, images, music and apps by enabling Samsung secure folder application. You can protect your documents, apps and other kind of media files & secure them using your fingerprint, eye scanning or password/pin. Information and Face widgets: Your lockscreen is capable of showing a lot more information so that you don’t have to always unlock your screen. Also, it looks really cool. So if you wanted to see your schedule for the day or your next alarm or have music player controls on the lock screen itself, you can pretty much do that. Just go into settings, information & lock screen and hit information and face widgets. Then click on face widgets and you can all those choices here. And you can add a small piece of information like your name or just any text that you’d like to display by writing it out here. Add S Pen features to air command: There are some S Pen features that really help you do a lot more with your Galaxy Note 8 that no other phone can do – at least, not with so much ease. Go ahead and add a few things like – bixby vision, magnification, glance and translate. These are extremely handy tools that you might need any time. For e.g. if you’re looking at something that catches your attention and you want to know what that is – just use your S pen, tap on bixby vision and hover it over the object – Bixby will do its magic and tell you what it is. Similarly, for other things you can just swipe the S pen out and do what it does. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Galaxy Note 8.0 (510) Review, Speifications, Build quailty Hands on
 
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Review of Galaxy Note 8.0 (510) The Galaxy Note 8.0 is an inch tablet smartphone (yes Note 8.0 can make phone calls). It will hit stores in India around April end. The Note 8.0 display is an 8 inch TFT LCD screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. Though the pixel density is not very high, the device still has good visibility, no visible pixelation & decent color reproduction. The Note 8.0 (510) is powered by a 1.6 GHz quad core processor & 2 GB and is running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. The device is most likely to receive an upgrade to 4.2 Jelly Bean & is definitely going to be compatible with Android 5.0 (most likely to come out in july). Samsung has emphasized deeply on the reading experience with this device. They have added a 'Reading Mode' in the device that enriches your reading if you are one of those reads alot of content on smart devices. Note 8.0 lets you change background colors, font colors, text size, text style & even lets you highlight important stuff. What's great is the fact that whatever you highlight in the Note 8.0 (510) gets stored in one single place for you to refer again later. The Note 8.0 features a 5 MP camera with no LED Flash which is fine since its a tablet & does not necessarily require a great camera. However, the camera does support 1080 full HD video recording. The battery is non removable but quite impressive. It supports a 4,600 mAh battery which I believe would be extremely awesome! However, we are yet to test that out :) There would be a full review. So look out for that! Don't forget to subscribe & I assure you that you wouldn't miss on to the full review. Thanks!
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Samsung Galaxy A6 plus (2018) - Gaming Performance
 
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Gaming performance on the Galaxy A6 plus (2018) The Galaxy A6+ promises to deliver superior performance in the upper-middle segment of smartphones. Within this segment, smartphones are expected to deliver flawless gaming performance. While the launching and memory management may not be at top-notch level, but gameplay is expected to be smooth, without frame rates dropping and without any heating issues. Galaxy A6 plus price in India: INR 25,999 Galaxy A6 plus specs: OS: Android 8.0.0 Oreo Processor: 1.8 Ghz Octa-core Snapdragon 450 GPU: Adreno 506 Dual SIM: Yes 4G ready: Yes External memory: Yes, microSD up to 256 GB RAM: 4 GB Internal Memory: 64GB Battery: 3,500 non-removable Thickness: 7.9 mm Display: 6 inches, Super AMOLED Screen resolution: 1080 x 2220 pixels The A6+ is rocking a Snapdragon 450 processor, which was launched last year at MWC in Shanghai and it’s a decent processor which comes integrated with Adreno 506 GPU that obviously supports the gaming experience a lot. But while I’m playing Chameleon Run, which is quite a resource intensive game, earlier phones used to even heat up while playing this. However, processors have now gotten pretty efficient and don’t heat up but I can surely see some lag while i’m playing this game. It happens sometimes and I’m not sure if you can make that out - but I can actually see the frame rate drop in the Galaxy A6 plus for this game - which is not good. However, the Super AMOLED screen really stands out and it looks gorgeous. The colors stand out nicely and they are quite punchy, saturated and vivid. Playing modern combat 5 is actually much more smooth and better than playing Chameleon Run on the Galaxy A6 plus. I’m using the 4 GB RAM model, so it’s definitely a notch above the 3 GB RAM model - but I worry that the 3 GB might lead to some lag or skipping of frames even on Modern Combat 5. On the plus side, the 6 inch display is a real treat - even more so because it’s almost edge to edge infinity design. Not so much on the top and the bottom bezel, but its true for side bezels. And it is 18.5:9 ratio - so you get a pretty decent full screen app experience. The A6+ also has Dolby Atmos setting that works very well with earphones. So if you were playing with earphones plugged in, ensure that you go into the Dolby Atmos setting and set to movie or something - it’ll definitely make a difference to your gameplay. Overall, the Galaxy A6 plus does deliver a smooth gaming experience with almost no lag and that’s pretty for a device that comes within the 30,000 budget in Indian Rupees. Except for Chameleon Run, I think performed quite well in all game and as you’d expect from an upper-middle range smartphone. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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OnePlus 5T Gaming Performance and Benchmark (4K)
 
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Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub The Oneplus 5T boasts of all top-notch components. An octa-core Snapdragon 835 processor overclocked to 2.45 GHz with Adreno 540 GPU and coupled with 6 GB of RAM with the 64 GB model or a massive 8 GB RAM with 128 GB variant making it a complete beast of a device. Games Played: Chameleon Run: https://goo.gl/aexLln Breakneck: https://goo.gl/7nq2dQ Subdivision Infinity: https://goo.gl/AUik3d Asphalt 8: https://goo.gl/hYOIHp Modern Combat 5: https://goo.gl/io6dCE Install and run any game you like, the OnePlus5T would handle it like a breeze. Even the process of launching an app seems so fast and smooth – you really feel like you own a pretty powerful and one of the most cutting-edge smartphones of 2017 at an amazing price! This performance is nothing less and in fact might even exceed the performance levels of flagships such as the Galaxy S8 and the Note 8. The display of the 5T adds even more to the experience. The tall 6 inch display design comes in really handy when you play games in landscape mode giving you a cinematic gaming experience and the optic AMOLED display is extremely vivid. The contrast really brings the colors out. The icing on the cake are the speakers. I can’t even begin to convey the experience – but the speakers of the OnePlus 5T are insanely loud and clear. I’ve been playing all HD games in this video, and there is no doubt that the OnePlus 5T is handling them like a walk in the park. The games are playing flawlessly and buttery smooth. The benchmark scores on the Antutu app indicates how amazing the device’s performance is. I’m not even kidding, but the Exynos version of the Galaxy note 8 scored almost 10,000 lower than the OnePlus 5T in the same exact test. So, that truly speaks about the beastly performance of the OnePlus 5T. This performance also reflects when you are using the phone for 4K video recording and full HD video playback – so whether you are streaming high quality videos or shooting them – this performance really comes in handy. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Social Network’ by Michael Adels. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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10 Tips and Tricks for OnePlus 6
 
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Awesome cool hacks for the OnePlus 6 New and lesser known features of the OnePlus 6 Tip 1: Experience full screen immersive mode across Oxygen OS Hide the navigation bar and enable gesture navigation in the button settings of the OnePlus 6. Tip 2: Enable auto call recording- this setting is turned off by default. You can also specify which calls should get recorded or create inclusion settings for unknown numbers only or specific numbers only or favorite contacts only. Tip 3: Enable Message Categorization - with this, all useless and junk or update related SMS can be clubbed and presented in one 'Update' section within the SMS app. Tip 4: Homescreen management, customization and personalization - change icons pack, icon shape, turn on double tap to lock, customize screen layout and disable/enable OnePlus shelf from this setting. Just long tap on the homescreen and tap Homescreen settings. Tip 5: Gaming mode - that lets you apply game-mode settings to ANY app! You can include apps of your choice within the game mode setting and have all the game-mode benefits enabled for those apps. and not just for the games. Tip 6: Gesture Shortcuts Whether its three finger swipe to take screenshot, long press fingerprint scanner to click a picture, drawing gestures to launch apps from phone in locked state or flip to mute - you can now really personalize with gestures for super quick actions. Tip 7: Schedule power off and power on. This way you can restart your phone at the most convenient hours. Once a day restart will ensure your phone works smoothly for the entire day without slowing down to cache or memory issues. Tip 8: Parallel apps You can run two accounts of Facebook or Whatsapp or Skype or Facebook Messenger or other messengers on the same device using this feature. To use this, go to settings, tap apps and then click on Parallel apps.. Not all apps support Parallel apps. Tip 9: Use slow motion in 1080p @ 240 FPS mode. This will be more useful than 720p @ 480 FPS which could be too slow and not as useful. For normal video shoot, using 1080p @ 240 fps setting would work out to be better and more appropriately fast. Tip 10: App locker. There is an in-built app locker in the OnePlus 6 that allows you to lock certain apps of your choice. These apps can then be opened only after you enter your pin.
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Galaxy Note 8 - Top S Pen Tips and Features
 
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Top things to do with the S Pen in the Galaxy Note 8 Tip 1: Copy content from messages or text: Use the S Pen button to highlight a part of text received as whatsapp message or any other message and then you can either copy, cut, share or even look up the word for definition using a dictionary option. Tip 2: Pin S Pen notes to Always on display (not lockscreen) You can pin your important things to remember or notes to your alwayson display. This way, you can always view your notes even when your phone is completely locked and just lying on the table. The notes are always visible. To do this, just slide out the S Pen when in locked mode, and then start writing as a screen-off memo and then tap the pin icon on the top left side. That's it. Tip 3: Use the S Pen to make selections You can press the button on the S Pen and then select multiple items from your gallery, calendar, SMS and even emails. This allows you to choose quickly and take quick actions. Tip 4: Link previewer If you hover your S Pen over a web link, it will show you a preview of that URL without opening or tapping the link Tip 5: Extract Text using Bixby vision From the air command menu, just choose Bixby vision and then hover your S Pen over the text area. The bixby vision will automatically identify the window that contains the text which you can still move around and then tap extract to be able to copy the entire text or even part of the text using the S Pen. Tip 6: Install S Note while Samsung Notes is pretty good, S Note is even better. It has all the features of Samsung Notes and more than that. S Note lets you draw shapes that get automatically identified. S Note also lets you have different grids in the background and also lets you apply colorful background. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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iFfalcon 32 inch Android Smart HD TV - Unboxing and Review
 
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iFfalcon 32 inch Smart HD TV Price in India: INR 14,990 You can get it for INR 13,449 in the Flipkart Big Billion Days: http://fkrt.it/LIZHrLuuuN You can also stand a chance to win an iFfalcon TV and other surprise gift if you leave a constructive review on the Flipkart product review section. Specifications: OS: Android 8.0 Oreo Panel Display Size: 31.5 inches Display resolution: 1366 x 768 pixels Contrast ratio: 3000:1 Colors: 16.7 million Brightness: 280 knits Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Refresh rate: 60Hz Power consumption: 50W (0.5 W on standby) Ports in iFfalcon 32 inch TV HDMI x 2 USB x 1 Ethernet/LAMN x 1 Antenna IN x 1 AV IN x 1 Headphone/earphone/Aux out Google/Phone cast: Yes Bluetooth: Yes Internal Memory: 8 GB Speakers: 8W x 2 (Total 16 W) Dolby: Yes, MS12B config Apps supported: Netflix, Hotstar, Amazon Prime, ErosNow, Jio Cinema, Voot, YuppTV and much more. Weight: 3.75 kgs (without stand) Gross weight (with packaging): 5 kgs Wi-fi support: Yes (only 2.4 GHz channel) Google Voice Assistant support: Yes, but needs a special TCL remote for that Build Quality: The TV has an overall plastic build which obviously makes it very light weight and easy to carry or move if at all required at any point. The bezels are fairly thin and obviously not close to bezel-less displays that you get in televisions that are extremely expensive - but I think for a television that costs less than 15,000 rupees - it has a decent enough look to it. At the bottom, you get a panel which has the speakers built in and you also get the ifalcon logo below which there is an on/off LED indicator as well. Sound Output: Decent enough to fill a small room. However, for a slightly cinematic experience also or for bigger rooms - a sound bar is definitely recommended. At high volumes, the sound does not sound very good and can ruin the experience. Best to get a decent sound bar to make the experience better. Viewing Angles: Viewing angles are quite wide - however, it does not retain the brightness as well as you'd expect from expensive televisions. And that's alright. The iFfalcon 32F2A is quite affordable and having perfect viewing angles cannot be expected at this price point. It still does a pretty good job for the price. Overall this TV is worth every penny that you spend. It’s a smart TV and you get the latest Android 8, so you get access to all your favourite streaming apps - there’s google assistance so you can pretty much just speak to the TV as you would to your phone and also control other devices at home. A decent LED screen that can deliver above average picture quality just that I feel the brightness is slightly on the lower side. Overall - i’d rate this tv a 7 on 10 but a 10/10 for its price. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Most productive S Pen Features in Galaxy Note 3
 
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S Pen features that make you productive. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Scrap' by Alistair Fernandes. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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10 Useful Bixby Voice Commands for Galaxy Note 8/S8
 
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Best and most useful voice commands for Bixby Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Bixby is capable of performing quite complex multi-level tasks using native and even some 3rd party apps installed on your smartphone. With the help of just voice commands, you can complete tasks all the way from the beginning to the end - without any use of finger touches. Bixby integrates extremely well with apps on your smartphone to provide you a completely hands-free experience. Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8/S8 plus are the only smartphones in the market right now that come with Bixby voice activated. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Honor Play – Full review, specs and camera samples (2018)
 
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Complete review of the Honor Play with camera samples, gaming and much more Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Honor Play Price in India 4 GB RAM + 64 GB Internal Storage: INR 19,999 6 GB RAM + 64 GB Internal Storage: INR 23,999 Honor Play specifications: OS: Android 8.1.0 Oreo Processor: Hisilicon Kirin 970, 2.36 GHz Octa Core processor Dual SIM: Yes Dual VoLTE: Yes External memory: Yes, microSD up to 256 GB (UFS 2.1) RAM: 4 GB/6 GB Memory: 64 GB Camera: 16MP + 2 MP autofocus, LED flash Video: 4K @ 30 fps and 1080p@60fps Front camera: 16 MP Battery: 3,750 mAh non-removable Display: 6.3 inches, IPS LCD, 19.5:9 ratio Screen resolution: 1080 x 2340 pixels Bluetooth: Yes, v4.2 Fingerprint: Yes Body design: Unibody metallic Charging port: Type C Fast Charging: Yes Waterproof or Water resistant: No Notification LED: Yes Honor Play Design and Build: A slim metallic unibody shell houses this Honor Play. The 2.5D glass gives an elevated feel to the display and the soft metallic matte finish on the rear panel feels pretty good too. It’s definitely more durable than glass and free of fingerprint smudging. Slim, tall and notchy – the Honor Play complies with the latest smartphone design trending in 2018 and is familiar looking to most flagships like the OnePlus 6 and Asus Zenfone 5z. Smooth, soft and curved round edges make it easier to handle the device and comfortable to keep in your pocket too. Type C charging port with quick charging capability – which is again awesome to see at this price point and you have the headphone jack which I strongly believe is not a feature but a necessity to have. On the side you get a hybrid SIM tray which can house either 2 SIM cards at the same time or 1 SIM card and 1 microSD card with upto 256 gigs of storage capacity. Honor Play OS and UI On the software front, the device comes with Android 8.1 right out of the box and is running the latest version of EMUI v8.2. There are a bunch of pre-loaded apps on the phone that include certain Honor specific apps like Honor club, HiCare, party mode, mirror, music player and so on. A couple of pre-loaded games, the google suite of apps and some utility apps like Translator, Torch, Sound Recorder and theme store. Honor Play Display: The Honor Play sports a 6.3 inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels giving it an impressive 19.5:9 screen ratio and 89% screen-to-body ratio. So you get a fairly bezel-less experience with a notch at the top which can obviously be turned off through settings. The display is colourful, bright and needless to say sharp. With that kind of a resolution in a mid-range device, you can surely expect amazing gaming experience as well as movie or video viewing experience. You can also set brightness to auto – however, you need to go into settings to be able to do it. Performance: Coming to the performance, and that’s definitely the most amazing feature of the device. The Honor Play is powered by Kirin 970 processor clocked at 2.36 GHz with built-in Neural Processing Unit for AI capabilities. What that really means is that machine learning is embedded within the chipset and does not transfer any data over the internet so now your apps don’t have to send your data anywhere and can process locally on your phone. The Honor Play also comes with GPU Turbo which boosts graphics performance by 60% while reducing the energy consumption by 30%. I have no idea how they managed to do that, but it simply sounds so cool – that you can derive more power by draining the battery lesser. GPU turbo not only enhances the performance but also the visual experience of what you see on the screen by enabling HDR on your display thereby giving you more saturated and appealing visuals – which you can experience even more while watching Netflix or YouTube videos. Honor Play Camera: The Honor Play comes with a dual camera setup with the main lens at 16 MP and the secondary lens at 2 MP and is backed with AI technology that converts regular pictures into professional pictures. Basically, the AI camera adjusts the exposure and color in a way that pictures look professional and enhanced. The camera also features AI Image Stabilization that ensures that you get the right shot even in extreme low light conditions. The camera can shoot 4K videos @ 30 fps and full HD videos at 60 fps and supports AIS (AI stabilization) and EIS for smoother video footage. You can also take raw photos in pro mode. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs S6 Edge Plus
 
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Compare Galaxy Note 5 with the S6 Edge Plus Galaxy Note 5 specifications and S6 Edge Plus Specifications Specifications: OS: Android 5.1.1 Lollipop (upgradable to Android 6.0 Marshmallow) Processor: 2.1 GHz Quad Core + 1.5 GHz Quad Core RAM: 4 GB Display: 5.7 inch Super AMOLED Screen Resolution: 1440 x 2560 pixels Battery: 3,000 mAh, non-removable Thickness: 6.9 mm (S6 Edge Plus), 7.6 mm (Note 5) Weight: 153 gms (S6 Edge Plus), 171 gms (Note 5) Dual SIM: No SIM: Nano 4G ready: Yes Fingerprint Sensor: Yes One Handed operation: Yes microSD card: No Internal Memory: 32/64 GB Primary Camera: 16 MP, 2988 x 5312 pixels, optical image stabilization, autofocus, LED flash and real time HDR Video recording: 4K (UHD) & 2K (QHD) at 30 fps Full HD at 60 fps and 30 fps 720p videos at 120 fps The two phones are literally the same in terms of their hardware and software. Both come loaded with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box powered by 2 quad core processors and 4 GB of RAM. That’s quite a lot of power for a smartphone and is also amongst the most powerful smartphones out there. Both the devices look extremely similar with the same design, material and design language. Both of them have Gorilla glass 4 at the back and the front and come in dual tone colors - like the Gold Platinum in my hand. At the bottom, both the devices have equally loud and clear speaker, USB 2.0 data syncing and charging port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack – with the note 5 carrying an exception of the stylus. On the top edge, you’ve got a microphone as well as a Nano SIM card slot. No microSD card slot to expand storage. Oh and both the devices are 4G LTE ready. Both the devices are covered with tough Gorilla Glass which really lends a lot of class to the overall design & use the same dual tone material that reflects a different color when light falls. But with great design, there were some compromises. The batteries are non-removable and there is no microSD card. So the entire device is a unibody shell with no access to battery and no means to insert a microSD card to expand storage. But there is one noticeable different between the body design of the two devices. The Note 5 has a curve at the back. So if you look at the flip side, you’d see that the edges curve a little and blend in to the metallic edges. The Note 5 is also a bit thicker than the S6 edge plus by about 0.7 mm – though the difference is negligible – you can still feel it when you hold the devices. While the S6 edge has an absolutely flat back. There is no curving at the back, but of course – the edge is known for curving of its display on the front and not the back anyway. Both the devices feature a 16 MP primary camera with Optical image stabilization, real time HDR and 4k video recording alongwith features such as Live Broadcasting, Pro mode and many more. In the front, both the devices have a 5 MP camera with 2K video recording. The Note 5 is about 20 gms heavier and 0.7 mm thicker thanks to the inclusion of the stylus. But the Galaxy S6 edge plus definitely feels more pleasant to hold, seems easier to use and carry. It is lighter and definitely looks sleeker as well. both the devices come loaded with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and I’m sure would be upgradable to Android 6.0 Marshmallow as well. But this is where things start to shake up a little for the Note 5. The Note 5 comes with the S Pen and hence augments the S Pen with software features adding more value to users who actually intend to use it productively. As you take the S Pen out you’d see the air command menu which brings out the amazing things one can do with the S Pen. New Features in the Galaxy Note 5 not there in the S6 Edge Plus: 1. Air command 2. Air View 3. Screen write and Scroll capture 4. Action Memo 5. S Note Antutu Benchmark score: Galaxy Note 5: 69,000 Galaxy S6 Edge Plus : 68,000 So if you were to really decide between the Note 5 and the S6 Edge Plus – there is really just one key differentiator and that’s the S Pen and the extra features that come along with it. Otherwise, both the devices are equally capable with the same powerful processors, RAM, internal memory, build quality, camera performance and display. The Note 5 is definitely a bit heavier and thicker and that makes a bit of a difference in the overall user experience – but definitely not a deal breaker by any chance.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – First 10 things to do
 
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Must to-dos on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Firstly, you’ll notice that while you’re using or note 8 and reading something or browsing through Instagram, it’ll just timeout automatically. To avoid this, just go into settings, look for Smart Stay and enable that. The front camera would keep an eye on you and see that you’re busy looking at the screen, and it won’t turn off. Secondly, change performance setting from being optimized to high performance. Increases the brightness and the screen resolution. Third, you want to block accidental touches. The setting is by default turned off because it does impact your battery just a bit. It really avoids any pocket dialing or mistake messages that might get sent if your phone is in your pocket and you don’t have a secure lock screen. Next, you’ve got a large display on the Note 8 but the default setting for zoom and font size is such that it looks like it’s a low resolution display with large icons and fonts. Go ahead and reduce the zoom as well as the font size so that it looks like a larger screen, accommodates for more content and looks very high resolution. Fifth, as much under-rated the Samsung’s theme store is – it’s actually candy land for people looking for beautiful themes and wallpapers or even always-on display screens for their new note 8. This store, is what would differentiate your Galaxy Note 8 from anyone else’s around you. The themes & the wallpapers are specifically tuned for your note 8 and look fabulous. Try them on and see which ones you like. Sixth, the Note 8 comes with a new version of always on display which is brighter than the one that you saw on the S8/S8 Plus. Which means, when you’re about to go to sleep then it’s going to be like a night lamp next to your bed unless you keep your phone upside down which can cause unnecessary scratches on your display. The best thing to do is either you can turn it off each time by pulling down the notification panel or you could just schedule it. Next, set up find my mobile. Go into settings, lock screen and security and then head over into Find My Mobile setting. Ensure you have a Samsung account set up and enable all options so that you can remotely locate your smartphone in case you lose it. Set up your edge screen with tools and utility like direct dialing, direct whatsapp, calculator and app shortcuts including app pairs. Next is creation of multi-window combinations. In your edge panel, drag out the apps edge and then tap on the plus icon. Then tap on create app pair and select two apps that you want to open simultaneously one over the other. Save the combination and you can call it out any time you want. You need to enable pop up view. This is disabled by default and I think it’s pretty handy especially on a large screen. Pop up view lets you pop up an app in a smaller view so you could continue to do something else on another app and just pop open previous app any time. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Galaxy S4 hidden features - Tips and Tricks part 2
 
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Best Tips and Tricks for Galaxy S4 There are many awesome things to do on the Galaxy S4 that could allow you to be really efficient and quick. Two finger swipe of notification panel Use S4 as a remote from the notification panel itself Pop up Keyboard Blocking Mode Wi-fi Timer Adapt Sound -- Sound Optimization In-call Sound Optimization Video player shortcuts Quick camera access from Lock Screen Unlocking Developer Access & making Galaxy S4 faster Use volume keys to accept and reject calls The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Scrap' by Alistair Fernandes. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Samsung Galaxy S4 (i9500) Tips and Tricks and Shortcuts
 
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Cool hidden features of the Galaxy S4 http://mobiscrub.com/android/best-tips-and-tricks-for-samsung-galaxy-s4/ Unlock secrets of the S4 There are many shortcuts in the Galaxy S4. Get to know all the features of the Galaxy S4: http://mobiscrub.com/android/samsung-galaxy-s4-review/ In this video: 1. TouchWiz speed up - unlocking developer options in settings 2. Place watchOn widget on lockscreen 3. Change icon placement and music tracks from lock screen using air gesture 4. Shift the S4 camera setting to 13 MP as it ships with 9.6 MP be default. 5. Quick glance 6. Speed dial air view - preview 7. Answering and ending calls using volume rocker and power/lock key 8. Finding contacts using two level scroll in the contacts list and many more..
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Nokia Lumia 620 camera review
 
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Camera review for Lumia 620 The camera in the Lumia 620 is a 5 MP sensor with autofocus and LED Flash. There is nothing extra ordinary about the camera except that it takes quick photos and since it can store images in an external storage location (Lumia 620 allows for up to 64 GB of external storage), you can actually store thousands of images. The Lumia 620 camera also lets you record 720p HD videos which are quite clear and crisp. There is some problem while recording the audio as you video shoot and you have to be careful about where you place your hand (mostly to ensure that aren't anywhere close to the recording microphones). There are two interesting shooting modes in the Lumia 620 camera. One is called Cinemagraph and Smart Shoot. With Cinemagraph mode, the Lumia 620 camera takes a snap while allowing you to animate things that were moving in the background. For example, you could take a picture of your friend standing on a beach in the background and still have the waves actually move in the background when you view your photo. It just adds more life and value to your photo. But the drawback is that you can only view this on the phone itself and not on the computer. Smart Shoot lets you take 4 shots in one go and lets you adjust faces (in case you clicked someone with shut eyes or looking elsewhere) and also lets you erase a few objects that seem to be disrupting the image consistency (for example trying to take a picture in the shopping mall with a bunch of strangers walking in to the frame by mistake). You can watch the video recording sample at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vxs8NdLQ7z8 Thank you guys for watching. Do subscribe!
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Samsung NX Mini Camera Review
 
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Quick review of the Samsung NX MIni Camera The NX Mini by Samsung is one of the lightest interchangeable lens camera with the capability of taking really good pictures with great detail. The NX Mini is also a great camera when it comes to sharing. The NX mini is capable of sharing photos through multiple means such as NFC, Wi-Fi Direct and other Wi-fi enabled platforms such as Picasa and cloud storage platforms.
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Galaxy Grand 2 Tips and Tricks
 
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Best Tips and Tricks for Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 read the full review of the Galaxy grand 2 right here: http://mobiscrub.com/android/smartphone-review-galaxy-grand-2/ Most shortcuts for the Grand 2 are similar to what is already there in other Galaxy smartphones that are running Android 4.3 and the latest TouchWiz. 1. Lock screen customization and widget placement - enable them first to use them as the Galaxy Grand 2 does not come with this enabled. 2. Two finger status bar swipe down - if you want to access all the radio toggles in one go, then simply swipe it down using two fingers. 3. Blocking Mode - If you want to block all incoming calls, notifications, alerts and alarms, then simply activate blocking mode. You can even define the duration for which you want the blocking mode to be enabled. Specially helpful when you are entering a meeting or going off to sleep. The best part is you can still define important contacts that can get through the block even if it is enabled. 4. Notification reminder 5. Magnification gesture 6. Flash notification 7. Edit after screen capture find sample pictures and videos of the Galaxy Grand 2: http://mobiscrub.com/android/smartphone-review-galaxy-grand-2/ Don't forget to subscribe :) Thanks
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Panasonic Eluga S Full Review
 
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Watch the full review of the Panasonic Eluga S Price in India: Rs. 10,500 Specifications: Android 4.4.2 Kitkat 1.4 GHz Octa Core Processor 1 GB RAM 5 inch IPS display 12800 x 720 px screen resolution 32 GB microSD card slot 2,100 mAh battery 7.9 mm thick Home Fit UI Best features of the Eluga S: Blink Play: blink to take selfies Octa Core CPU for speed and premium user experience HD IPS Display for better outdoor viewing and wide viewing angles Leatherette design Double tap to lock - Kwik lock Gesture Play - draw gestures on the lock screen to open to your favorite apps directly Multi-tasking video player - Pop-i Mode Follow Mobiscrub: www.twitter.com/mobiscrub Subscribe: www.youtube.com/mobiscrub Like us: www.facebook.com/mobiscrub Visit: www.mobiscrub.com
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Top 7 Apps for Samsung Galaxy Note 8
 
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Best apps for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub S Note Download S Note: https://goo.gl/31P0Mv S Note is a note taking application which allows you to efficiently create, edit and manage notes. It provides a number of user-friendly features that differentiates it from other note taking applications. This includes easy file management with the ability to create categories and copy, move or delete files from within the application. It also supports interactive multimedia functions and allows you to draw and write using S Pen. Change background of your note, add multiple pages and manage them easily. Categorize notes, add multiple tags, search within written or typed text, sync notes between multiple device & even record your note taking or sketching on the S Note. Fingerprint Gestures Download: https://goo.gl/JS4H8L Do more with your fingerprint scanner. Remap your fingerprint scanner to do multiple things. Fingerprint gestures lets you define various functions for the fingerprint scanner. For e.g. tapping the fingerprint scanner could launch an app, and double tapping could turn on the torch. Configure your fingerprint scanner to do anything you want. Navbar Apps Download Navbar Apps: https://goo.gl/Rt6myl Tired of your boring Navigation Bar? Make it awesome! Turn it blue, make it red - anything you want. Select cool image as background or match color automatically to fit it to running app. Whatever you choose, it will be awesome! And then add some data, like battery level. All of that with Navbar Apps! Material Notes: Download Material Notes:https://goo.gl/Qp2AXk Material Notes will be the most beautifully designed note app you've ever used. Capture your thoughts and inspiration today with Material Notes! • Create notes and lists, set reminders, and check off your completed tasks. • Search notes easily. • Lock your notes with 4 digit PIN. • Star notes and access them in one category. • Color notes for easy scanability. • Create widgets and place at your home screen for quick access. • Choose your desired fonts for Material Notes Clipboard Actions Download: https://goo.gl/ZYGLP0 Clipboard Actions creates actions based on your copied text shows them in the status bar as notification or in a nice list in the App. Copy anything you want using your S Pen and clipboard actions will show contextually relevant options in the notification panel. MixNote Download MixNote: https://goo.gl/RaEZ25 MixNote is a mobile note taking app, like a memo pad or notepad. Take note of every deserved thing, with text, ToDo, voice and picture. You can take notes, write memos, create to-do list, record voice and add pictures in MixNote. Make your notes more varied and interesting. Capture & Share your ideas. Create local back up of your notes and sync them to cloud. Put reminders and protect them with password. Drippler: Download Drippler: https://goo.gl/615Hm Discover tips, tricks and apps for your Android. Get the latest app reviews, secret hacks, tech news, and new updates for your phone or tablet. Best Android Tools, Apps and Widgets AMOLED live wallpaper Download link: https://goo.gl/GGsLJA The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Unboxing (international) - HD video
 
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Unboxing the Samsung Galaxy S5 (16 GB internal memory, Shimmery White colour) What's in the Galaxy S5 box? 1. Samsung Galaxy S5 Unit (SM-G900H) 2. Charger adapter (5.3V, 2.0A) 3. In-ear white earphones 4. Additional ear tips 5. 2,800 mAh battery
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Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) Full Review and Specifications
 
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Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Samsung Galaxy Tab A Price In India: INR 16,500 Full review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.0 (2017) Galaxy Tab A specifications OS: Android 7.1.1 Nougat Processor: 1.4 GHz Octa Core Dual SIM: No 4G ready: Yes RAM: 2 GB Memory: 16 GB External Memory: Yes, up to 256 GB with microSD card storage Camera: 8 MP, f/1.9, autofocus, LED flash Video: 1080p at 30 fps Front camera: 5 MP, f/1.9, LED flash Battery: 5,000 mAh non-removable Thickness: 8.9 mm Weight: 364 gms Display: 8 inch LCD Screen resolution: 800 x 1280 Bluetooth: Yes, v4.2 FM radio: No Fingerprint: No Body design: Unibody Water Resistant: No Dust Resistant: No The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Samsung Galaxy A8 Star - Full review, Specs and Price (2018)
 
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Is the Galaxy A8 star really a smartphone worth INR 35,000. Let’s find out! Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Galaxy A8 Star Price in India: INR 34,990 for 6 GB RAM + 64 GB internal memory Download all camera samples from: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Xz_Zmbk8OBJndzNIdUrmDk2FoV_5sXmG Galaxy A8 Star specifications: OS: Android 8.0.0 Oreo Processor: Snapdragon 660, 2.2 GHz Octa Core processor Dual SIM: Yes Dual VoLTE: TBA External memory: Yes, microSD up to 400 GB RAM: 6 GB Memory: 64 GB Camera: 24MP + 16 MP autofocus, LED flash, f/1.7 Video: 4K @ 30 fps and 1080p@30fps Front camera: 24 MP (no LED Flash) Battery: 3,700 mAh non-removable, fast charge capable Display: 6.3 inches, Super AMOLED, 18.5:9 ratio Screen resolution: 1080 x 2220 pixels Bluetooth: Yes Fingerprint: Yes Body design: Unibody metallic frame with glass on front/back Charging port: Type C Fast Charging: Yes Waterproof or Water resistant: No Notification LED: Yes Headphone Jack: Yes Earphones included: Yes NFC: Yes Bixby AI: Yes, with Voice Samsung Pay: Samsung Pay Mini (without the tap and pay functionality) Samsung Galaxy A8 star has a beautiful build and desk. At the back you get a beautiful glass finish. The white color looks like a really neat piece of marble. Of course, it’s just glass and that gives it a really nice sophisticated classy look. It also means it is more prone to crack and fingerprint smudges - but white color is the safest when it comes to fingerprint smudges as they are least visible. The Galaxy A8 star body is really slim and sleek for a device that has a 6.3 inch large display and it really feels close to the flagships like the Galaxy S8 plus, S9 Plus and the Note 9 given the choice of material- which is a great compliment. The Galaxy A8 star has a monstrous 3,700 mAh which is pretty kick-ass capacity. Given it has a Snapdragon 660, the 3,700 mAh battery will easily last you the entire day without dying on you. Be assured, with moderate to high use the battery will last you all the way from morning to the night. The display on the Galaxy A8 star is phenomenal too. It sports a massive 6.3 inch Super AMOLED display with an impressive resolution of 1080 x 2220 pixels. Vivid punchy colors, with really deep blacks and high contrast. Super AMOLED, like always, have eye popping colors and some love it, some hate it. The front facing camera has a 24 MP sensor with aperture f/2.0. That implies you get beautiful and sharp looking selfies. The front camera also has selfie focus, so you get selfies with a decent background blur. The processor in the Galaxy A8 star is not as impressive though. While the performance is not bad at all, the A8 star comes with a mediocre Snapdragon 660. It is an octa core processor clocked at 2.2 GHz, it is better than the Snapdragon 450 but still not as good as the Snapdragon 845. Devices like the OnePlus 6 which costs the same, offers Snapdragon 845 and even the Asus Zenfone 5Z that is 10% cheaper than the A8 star, comes with Snapdragon 845 - so, it is difficult to imagine why Samsung wouldn’t offer the same high performance processor when it costs nearly the same. Also, lack of OIS/EIS in the rear camera is disappointing. Asus Zenfone offers EIS while OnePlus 6 offers OIS in their dual camera setups. However, the Galaxy A8 star supports neither and that’s a miss. Lastly, PRICE. And that’s a big one, but also a tricky one. While the Galaxy A8 star may not be value for money, it is however, Samsung. They offer a more reliable handset which can last you longer than other manufacturers, they offer voice based AI which others don’t offer in this segment including the OnePlus and it offers a much more extensive and responsible customer service. Overall, it’s a decent phone. Good performance, good display, ok-ish camera, pretty good front camera, great build and design and an amazing battery life. However, the device might not seem like value for money for some and some might feel comfortable spending extra to have a phone from Samsung. But after the Samsung Galaxy S8, this is probably the device to get if you’re looking for a Samsung phone only. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Social Network' by Michael Adels. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Samsung Galaxy On 6 – In-depth Review and Specifications (2018)
 
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Full review, specs, camera samples, gaming performance and more... Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Samsung Galaxy On 6 Price in India: INR 14,990 (64 GB) Samsung Galaxy On 6 specifications: OS: Android 8.0.0 Oreo Processor: Samsung exynos 7870 1.6 GHz Octa-core Dual SIM: Yes 4G ready: Yes External memory: Yes, microSD up to 256 GB RAM: 4 GB Memory: 64GB Camera: 13 MP, f/1.9, autofocus, LED flash Video: 1080p@30fps Front camera: 8 MP, f/1.9, with LED flash Battery: 3,000 non-removable Display: 5.6 inches, Super AMOLED Screen resolution: 720 x 1480 pixels Bluetooth: Yes, v4.0 Fingerprint: Yes Body design: Unibody, polycarbonate Charging port: microUSB 2.0 FM Radio: Yes Video on chat - Yes Waterproof or Water resistant: No Notification LED: No Galaxy On 6 display A decently sized 5.6 inch super AMOLED display with a resolution of 720 pixels by 1480 pixels that lends the device a fluid 18.5:9 screen ratio which you get with the flagships such as the Galaxy S8 and the Note 8. The 720p resolution is not all that great. It’s a 5.6 inch display - so 720p doesn’t look as pixelated and the battery lasts longer since the phone doesn’t have to work to push too many pixels. On the other hand, you miss the extremely sharp display that you could get with a 1080p resolution and games like modern combat 5 that you saw lacked sharpness. Additionally, you can’t enjoy 1080p video content either and are stuck with a 720p display. No Auto brightness mode. Galaxy On 6 OS/Software On the software side, the On 6 is running Android 8.0 Oreo with samsung experience version 9. Basically, it’s Samsung’s latest experience offering and comes with a few pre-loaded apps like the Google Suite of apps, the microsoft suite of apps some samsung goodies like smart things, voice recorder, internet browser, samsung pay mini, samsung mall, secure folder and samsung notes. It has an built-in FM player as well but only works with earphones connected. Galaxy On 6 performance Powered by Samsung’s exynos 7870 which is at best a decent performer and comes with 4 GB RAM which is alright. The Antutu benchmark scores are really not high and is a mediocre 63,000. The Redmi Note 5 gives 76000, the Honor 7x gives 89000 and the Asus Zenfone Max Pro gives 114,000 in Antutu benchmark scores - all these devices are actually cheaper than the On 6 and yet give better performance scores. So it’s really something to think about if performance is something that drives your buying decision. The On 6 is not a slow device or it does not lag. But it’s not blazing fast and that’s alright because you’re not paying a lot of money. Galaxy On 6 Gaming Games mostly run smoothly. Tried playing chameleon run, modern combat 5 and asphalt 8. Asphalt 8 ran very smoothly with sharp graphics. Chameleon run gave some lag issues as the game is pretty intensive. Modern combat 5 ran smoothly, however, lack of 1080p display makes graphics look not so great. Galaxy On 6 Build A polycarbonate unibody build in this beautiful blue color which I absolutely love and the quality doesn’t feel too flimsy or cheap. It has this nice matte finish to it with a soft texture that feels good when holding in your hand. Some people prefer metal - but i don’t really see that as a deal breaker of any kind. But the size is so convenient - perfect size that fits so well in one hand and that also let’s you conveniently use this device using just one hand. Galaxy On 6 Design From a design perspective, it’s infinity display which is essentially a close to bezel-less 18.5:9 screen which delivers a really immersive experience. So the bezels are slimmer than many of its competitors, but really don’t expect its anything close to flagships like Galaxy s9 or OnePlus 6 or iPhone X. The chin and the forehead of the device are quite significant and far from a bezel-less design honestly. No water resistance or water proofing – and that’s ok because no phones in this segment have that. No quick charging. Fingerprint sensor at the back. On 6 supports two SIM cards and one microSD card to expand storage by 256 GB. You have a microUSB port which is disappointing in the world of type C ports - and you get a regular charger with it which does not support fast charging. Still got the headphone jack! Also, no notification LED - and again not sure why not! Most other phones in this category come with the notification LED and it’s a pretty important thing The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 Review - The ULTIMATE BUDGET smartphone?
 
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Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 Price in India: INR 10,999 (32 GB, 3 GB RAM) and INR 12,999 (64 GB, 4 GB RAM) Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 specifications: OS: Android 8.1.0 Oreo Processor: Octa-core 1.8 GHz Kryo 260, Snapdragon 636 GPU: Adreno 509 Dual SIM: Yes 4G ready: Yes External memory: Yes, microSD up to 2 TB or 2,000 GB RAM: 3 GB, 4 GB Memory: 32 GB, 64 GB Camera: Dual: 13 MP (f/2.2, 1.12µm) + 5 MP (f/2.4, 1.12µm) Video: 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps Front camera: 8 MP (f/2.2, 1.0µm), LED flash Battery: 5,000 non-removable Thickness: 8.5 mm Weight: 180 gms Display: 6 inches, IPS LCD Screen resolution: 1080 x 2160 pixels Bluetooth: Yes Fingerprint: Yes Face unlock: Yes Body design: Unibody Charging port: microUSB 2.0 FM Radio: Yes Headphone Jack: Yes Notification LED: Yes USB on the go: Yes First of all, it’s called Max Pro probably because of two reasons. One, the battery is a massive 5,000 mAh battery which is just super amazing. And it lets you expand storage by 2 TB - that’s like 2000 GB of space - which is crazy! The heavy duty battery, also makes the phone’s weight at 180 gms and thickness at 8.5 mm which can be considered mildly thick in today’s day and age. It’s got a 6 inch display, so obviously it’s a bit too big for convenient one-handed use, though it’s not impossible, but you will definitely feel it’s a little wide. But again, that’s fine because that’s a trade off you make for a massive display which immerses you in content. Coming to the performance of the Zenfone Max Pro, the 1.8 GHz Octa Core Snapdragon 636 processor along with 3 GB RAM do a decent enough job to ensure that you sail through the day without any hang ups. While, it’s not going to be super fast as you might see in the flagships device, you can expect pretty decent performance. Apps would launch fairly quickly but they obviously won’t be lightening fast. Launching games might take some time, but again, for a budget smartphone I think the Zenfone has come a long way. Playing some of the really high definition games like Chameleon Run was really smooth and absolutely free of any jitters, lag or hiccups. The game ran smoother than any other budget smartphone that I’ve ever played on - thanks to Adreno 509 GPU. At the back you have a dual camera setup which is great to see in this price range. It’s a combination of a f/2.2 13 MP camera and a f/2.4 5 MP camera with LED flash. Unbelievably, the camera records at 4K resolution at 30 fps and Full HD 1080p videos at 60 fps which means very smooth full HD videos. Some competitors to consider: Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Samsung Galaxy J6 Motorola G6 The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Galaxy Grand 2 Camera Review - HD Video
 
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Camera Review of the Galaxy Grand 2 Sample pictures: http://mobiscrub.com/android/smartphone-review-galaxy-grand-2/ Full reivew: http://mobiscrub.com/android/smartphone-review-galaxy-grand-2/ Like it's predecessor, the Grand 2 comes with an 8 MP primary sensor. However, my experience with the camera has proven to me that this is incrementally better than the original grand. In the front we have a 1.9 MP camera capable of taking medium resolution quality photos with a 720p HD video recording capability. Just like the Galaxy s4, the note 3 and the s4 mini, the camera UI of the Grand 2 is pretty much the same. Since the grand 2 falls under the category of mid-range Galaxy devices, camera features are certainly reduced and only available with more premium galaxy devices. So you've got a toggle to start Full HD video recording, the shutter key to take quick snaps and the mode button to cycle through various photography modes that are available. My favorite is the auto mode as it pretty much does the best setting, however, you can definitely scroll through other great modes. I particularly like HDR the most, but at times that can ruin your natural looking photos. The Grand 2 has a bunch of color filters, the sorts you get in an Instagram app. You can change the filter and preview the scene live before you click a picture. But quite honestly, these aren't that great. You are better off using snapseed to treat your photos or better yet just Instagram them. You can very easily pinch and zoom into a scene if you'd like. Taking pictures is quite quick. However, there is a very short lag between taking two pictures. There is autofocus as well as tap to focus if you really want to take some impressive macro shots. Like the picture of this shoe that I just took. The clarity is quite amazing to be honest, but that's also because these pictures are taken in good lighting conditions. The camera is not a great dark shooter, but then that's when the LED flash comes in handy. Colors look good and I don't think they are as saturated as earlier galaxy smartphone cameras used to shoot. So if you are more of a day photographer, then the camera is pretty decent and photos are just good enough for upload to Facebook or Twitter or Instagram. The grand 2, like most smartphones, is capable of Full HD video recording. Simply tap the video toggle, and the video recording starts. You can tap to focus while the video recording is on so that way you can shift focus whenever you want. You can even take still photos while shooting. Pause while recording and then resume the recording at your will. So this is a sample video recording. Please note this was shot in full HD, however, I have shrunk the frame to fit a 720p video. Nevertheless, the quality is not compromised. As you can see, even while walking the video ain't all that shaky. Focus shift works well as long as you are at an appropriate distance from the subject. If you get too close then the focus goes for a toss. The camera quickly adapts to changing lighting conditions. After all, it's got a quad core processor which quickly estimates the light entering the lens and accordingly adapts.
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Galaxy Note 3 Neo vs Note 3 - HD Video
 
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Comparison of Note 3 Neo with Note 3 The Galaxy Note 3 Neo is almost the same as the Note 3, only with lower specifications, hardware and few missing features. The difference, in fact, is not very prominent as it might seem. But that's ok, because the price difference is not too much either. The Galaxy Note 3 Neo comes with a 1.3 GHz Quad core processor and a 1.7 GHz Dual core processor coupled with 2 GB of RAM. However, the Note 3 comes with a 1.9 GHz Quad Core processor and 1.3 GHz quad core processor coupled with 3 GB RAM. So definitely, in terms of performance the Note 3 clearly wins the game, but the difference is really insignificant when it comes to regular day to day usage. The screen of the Note 3 Neo is 5.5 inches in diagonal size and supports a resolution of 720 x 1280 px. The Note 3 on the other hand comes with a larger 5.7 inch Super AMOLED display supporting a Full HD resolution of 1080 px by 1920 px. So, basically the display is denser in the Note 3 and much sharper as well. Again, I would like to point out that the difference is not too significant. The Note 3 Neo camera is an 8 MP sensor as opposed to the 13 MP camera in the Note 3. The camera is capable of full HD videos and taking still shots even while recording video in both the devices. The Android version in the Galaxy Note 3 Neo is Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and is surely upgradeable to Android 4.4 KitKat. The screen animations, transitions are flawless. There is simply no lag and the user experience, just as in the Note 3, is delightful. The Note 3 is now upgradeable to Android 4.4.2 KitKat. There are a bunch of pre-loaded apps in the Note 3 Neo and the Note 3 -- S Translator, S Voice, S Health, Story Album, S Note, Scrapbook, etc. The device also comes with 50 GB free dropbox storage and Evernote with premium license. There is sketchbook express from Autodesk as well which is a wonderful app for drawing and sketching purposes is. Flipboard comes pre-loaded as well and there is a magazine app that can be started by simply swiping up from the bottom of the screen. Just like the Note 3, the Neo too comes with the S Pen and features the same air command menu -- Action Memo, Scrapbook, Screen write, S Finder and Pen Window. The battery in the Neo is 3,100 mAh which is only 100 mAh lesser than found in the Note 3. This might just mean that the battery in the Note 3 Neo would last longer than the Note 3 battery because of a lesser power hungry processor and a lower resolution screen. There is an IR blaster on the top of the device so it can double as a remote control to change channels, volume and control and tweak features of any television. The Neo comes with an internal storage of 16 GB with only 11 GB available to the user. Of course, there is micro SD card slot atop the micro SIM card slot with expandable storage of up to 64 GB. I recommend you use only class 10 microSD cards for faster access to your memory card images/songs/videos.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo Full Review -- HD Video
 
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Review - Galaxy Note 3 Neo The Galaxy Note 3 Neo is almost the same as the Note 3, only with lower specifications, hardware and few missing features. The difference, in fact, is not very prominent as it might seem. But that's ok, because the price difference is not too much either. The Galaxy Note 3 Neo comes with a 1.3 GHz Quad core processor and a 1.7 GHz Dual core processor coupled with 2 GB of RAM. The screen of the Note 3 Neo is 5.5 inches in diagonal size and supports a resolution of 720 x 1280 px. So the display of Note 3 Neo is not full HD as we had seen in the Galaxy Note 3. Both displays are super AMOLED. The Note 3 Neo camera is an 8 MP sensor as opposed to the 13 MP camera in the Note 3. The camera is capable of full HD videos and taking still shots even while recording video. The Android version in the Galaxy Note 3 Neo is Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and is surely upgradeable to Android 4.4 KitKat. The screen animations, transitions are flawless. There is simply no lag and the user experience, just as in the Note 3, is delightful. There are a bunch of pre-loaded apps in the Note 3 Neo -- S Translator, S Voice, S Health, Story Album, S Note, Scrapbook, etc. The device also comes with 50 GB free dropbox storage and Evernote with premium license. There is sketchbook express from Autodesk as well which is a wonderful app for drawing and sketching purposes is. Flipboard comes pre-loaded as well and there is a magazine app that can be started by simply swiping up from the bottom of the screen. Just like the Note 3, the Neo too comes with the S Pen and features the same air command menu -- Action Memo, Scrapbook, Screen write, S Finder and Pen Window. The battery in the Neo is 3,100 mAh which is only 100 mAh lesser than found in the Note 3. This might just mean that the battery in the Note 3 Neo would last longer than the Note 3 battery because of a lesser power hungry processor and a lower resolution screen. There is an IR blaster on the top of the device so it can double as a remote control to change channels, volume and control and tweak features of any television. The Neo comes with an internal storage of 16 GB with only 11 GB available to the user. Of course, there is micro SD card slot atop the micro SIM card slot with expandable storage of up to 64 GB. I recommend you use only class 10 microSD cards for faster access to your memory card images/songs/videos.
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Samsung Galaxy A7 Triple Camera - Review, Specs and Price (2018)
 
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Everything you need to know about the Triple Camera Galaxy A7! Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Download camera samples: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1VcEx6wvnjs_rFMhaDEnYhKacIFR_sUT8 Samsung Galaxy A7 plus Price in India: INR 24,990 (4GB RAM + 64 GB) INR 28,990 (6GB RAM + 128 GB) Samsung Galaxy A7 specifications: OS: Android 8..0.0 Oreo Processor: 2.2 GHz Samsung Exynos Octa-core Dual SIM: Yes 4G ready: Yes External memory: Yes, microSD up to 512 GB RAM: 4 GB/6 GB Memory: 64GB/128GB Camera: 24 MP, f/1.7 + 8 MP ultra wide + 5 MP depth sensor, LED flash Video: 1080p@30fps, 720p Front camera: 24 MP, f/2.0, 1080p, LED flash Battery: 3,300 non-removable Thickness: 7.5 mm Display: 6 inches, Super AMOLED Screen resolution: 1080 x 2220 pixels Bluetooth: Yes, v5.0 Fingerprint: Yes, on the side Body design: Unibody, glass, aluminum frame Charging port: microUSB 2.0 FM Radio: Yes Fast charging: No Wireless charging: No Galaxy A7 display Samsung has always excelled on the display side of things and the A6 plus is no exception. A massive 6 inch super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2220 pixels that lends the device a fluid 18.5:9 screen ratio which you get with the flagships such as the Galaxy S8 and the Note 8. The colors are punchy, the screen is bright and the 6 inch display is a wide-screen experience that only the best of Samsung phones offer at the moment. Galaxy A7 design The Galaxy A7 is like the something borrowed of the Galaxy S8 design. The back of the device -which is extremely good looking. The glass back, the color tone and the overall touch and feel of the A7 is, not kidding, comparable to the flagship experience. And I can’t stress upon this enough. It beats any other phone in this segment if you compare the back of the device. Most of them either have plastic or ordinary glass. However, this is not Gorilla Glass. It’s just 2.5D glass. There are some really interesting colors available, so make sure you check them out in person Galaxy A6 Plus camera. At the back you have a triple camera set-up with a single LED flash. You get an additional 8 MP ultra wide lens along with the 5 MP depth sensor making a total of 3 cameras at the back. The front is a different ball-game all together this time and Samsung is heavily banking on you to taking selfies because the front features a whopping 24 MP camera. And Samsung gives you that with a bright LED flash in the front. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Social Network' by Michael Adels. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Galaxy Note 8 vs. OnePlus 5T - The Decision Maker! (4K)
 
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THE ULTIMATE comparison you need to decide between the two! Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Price in India: Galaxy Note 8 (64 GB, 6 GB RAM, Dual SIM): INR 67,900 OnePlus 5T (64 GB, 6 GB, RAM, Dual SIM): INR 33,000 Price in the US: Galaxy Note 8 (64 GB, 6 GB RAM, Dual SIM): $867 OnePlus 5T (64 GB, 6 GB, RAM, Dual SIM): $515 Common/Similar specifications between the Galaxy Note 8 and OnePlus 5T: OS Version: Android 7.1.1 Processor: Octa core, Snapdragon 835 RAM: 6 GB (OnePlus 5T has an 8 GB option) Internal memory: 64/128 GB Bluetooth: 5.0 Water resistant: Yes for both (but Note 8 is IP 68 certified) Display type: AMOLED (very colorful, vivid) Display size: 6.3 inches on Note 8 and 6.0 inches on OnePlus 5T Design: Bezel-less (Note 8 is slightly more), more than 80% screen tobody ratio Screen protection: Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Battery: 3,300 mAh, non-removable Fast charging: Yes Dual SIM: Yes USB Port: Type C, reversible Fingerprint scanner: Yes Dual camera set up: Yes Headphone jack: Yes Video recording: 4K @ 30 fps, 1080p @ 60 fps Body design: Unibody Face Unlock: Yes (OnePlus 5T is insanely faster) Differences between the Galaxy Note 8 and OnePlus 5T: Wireless charging: Note 8: Yes OnePlus 5T: No Display resolution: Note 8: 2160 x 1440 pixels OnePlus 5T: 2160 x 1080 pixels Pixel density (higher means sharper display) Note 8: 521 OnePlus 5T: 401 Size and weight: Note 8: 8.66 mm thick, 195 gms OnePlus 5T: 7.3 mm thick, 162 gms MicroSD Card slot (expandable storage): Note 8: Yes, up to 256 GB OnePlus 5T: No Camera; Note 8: Dual, 12 MP (f1.7) + 12 MP (f2.4) OnePlus 5T: 16 MP (f1.7) + 20 MP (f1.7) Front camera; Note 8: 8 MP, f/1.7 OnePlus 5T: 16 MP, f/2.0 Iris Scanner: Note 8: Yes (more secure) OnePlus 5T: No Note Taking: Note 8: S Pen Stylus, adds a host of utility and features OnePlus 5T: No Battery life: OnePlus 5T promises to deliver more because of better optimization and Oxygen OS atop Android 7.1.1 The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Galaxy S9 Plus vs OnePlus 6 - The Decision Maker
 
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THE ULTIMATE comparison you need to decide between the two! Subscribe to Mobiscrub: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Price in India: Samsung Galaxy S9 plus (64 GB, 6 GB RAM, Dual SIM): INR 64,900 OnePlus 6 (64 GB, 6 GB RAM, Dual SIM): INR 35,000 OnePlus 6 (128 GB, 8 GB RAM, Dual SIM): INR 40,000 Common/Similar specifications between the Galaxy S9 plus and OnePlus 6: OS Version: Android 8 Oreo Processor: Octa core, Snapdragon 845 RAM: 6 GB (OnePlus 6 has an 8 GB option) Internal memory: 64/128 GB Bluetooth: 5.0 Water resistant: Yes for both (but S9 plus is IP 68 certified) Display type: AMOLED (very colorful, vivid) Display size: 6.28 inches on OnePlus 6 and 6.2 inches on S9 Plus Design: Glass and Bezel-less (Galaxy S9 is slightly more), more than 80% screen to body ratio Screen protection: Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Fast charging: Yes (faster in OnePlus 6) Dual SIM: Yes USB Port: Type C, reversible Fingerprint scanner: Yes Dual camera set up: Yes Headphone jack: Yes Video recording: 4K @ 60 fps Slow motion video : Yes (slower in S9 plus) Body design: Unibody, Glass Face Unlock: Yes (OnePlus 6 is insanely faster) Differences between the Galaxy S9 plus and OnePlus 6: Wireless charging: Galaxy S9 plus: Yes OnePlus 6: No Display resolution: Galaxy S9 plus: 2960 x 1440 pixels OnePlus 6: 2160 x 1080 pixels MicroSD Card slot (expandable storage): Galaxy S9 plus: Yes, up to 400 GB OnePlus 6: No Camera; Galaxy S9 plus: Dual, 12 MP (f1.7) + 12 MP (f2.4) OnePlus 6: 16 MP (f1.7) + 20 MP (f1.7) Front camera; Galaxy S9 plus: 8 MP, f/1.7 OnePlus 6: 16 MP, f/2.0 Iris Scanner: Galaxy S9 plus: Yes (more secure) OnePlus 6: No Battery: Galaxy S9 Plus: 3,500 mAh OnePlus 6: 3,300 mAh Battery life: OnePlus 6 promises to deliver more because of better optimization and Oxygen OS atop Android 8.1.0 The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Top 10 Galaxy Note 4 Tips and Tricks (Hidden features)
 
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Top tips and tricks for the Galaxy Note 4 The Galaxy Note 4 is Samsung's newest flagship with a ton of features and some secret ones up its sleeve. In this video, I unfold those features, tell you how to enable and use them and you can show off features to your friends as you get your hands on the new #GalaxyNote4. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 1 You can now share your wi-fi profile with your friends and they can connect to your wi-fi zone without having to feed in the password. You can set a timer and their phone would disconnect automatically after that timer. To receive the wi-fi profile, the other phone needs to have wi-fi direct which is a standard feature in most Android smartphones that have released in the last 2 years. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 2 You can now use most important apps on your Note 4 in the pop up view. With this you can have multiple windows popped up on the large screen of the note 4 and you can simply shuttle between them without any hassle. The powerful processor and humongous 3 GB RAM ensures that the multi-window operation is smooth and seamless. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 3 Link Preview: Just as there was air view that you could use to hover your S Pen over something and you used to get a preview. Link preview works the same way. Just hover the S Pen over the link and the Note 4 would pop up a preview of what is there inside the link. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 4 Word Look Up: On the Note 4, you can just push the button on the S Pen and highlight a word as you slide the S Pen over it...the Note 4 gives you an option to tap on 'Dictionary' and look up the word immediately. You can also translate into a language of your choice. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 5 Assistant Menu: It is a simple to use tool to make single handed operation even easier. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 6 Power Saving Mode in Grayscale: On the Note 4, you can switch to Grayscale mode to enjoy all its features with absolutely no compromise on performance and still save on to a lot of battery. The screen simply turns colours to black and white while maintaining the same performance levels. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 7 Pin notes like post-it notes on your homescreen. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 8 Air Wake Up: Just wave your hand over the phone and the phone screen unlocks. Just ensure you select 'no lock' in your lock screen settings to unlock the phone with a simple wave of the hand. You can find this setting under accessibility settings. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 9 Additional Camera Modes: You can enable more photography modes by going into 'Manage Modes' when you tap 'modes' on the camera app interface. You can also download new modes on the Note 4, by tapping on the 'Download' option. Galaxy Note 4 Tip 10 Location based apps: The Note 4 comes with a very interesting widget that you can place on the homescreen. This widget automatically updates itself with apps that are more useful to you depending on whether you are at home, in your car, walking around, at office or in the gym. Just set the conditions yourself and you are all set.
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OnePlus 5T Android 8.0 Oreo Update - What's new!
 
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New Features with Android 8.0 Oreo Update on the OnePlus 5T Android Oreo Features: Swift moves, behind the scenes 2x faster: Get started on your favourite tasks more quickly with 2x the boot speed when powering up Background limits: Android Oreo helps minimise background activity in the apps that you use least. It's the super power you can't even see. A hero that’s ready before you are AutoFill: With your permission, AutoFill remembers your logins to get you into your favourite apps at supersonic speed. Do two things at once Picture-in-picture: Allows you to see two apps at once. It's like having super strength and laser vision. Dive into more apps with fewer taps Notification dots: Press the notification dots to quickly see what's new, and easily clear them by swiping away. Android Instant Apps: Teleport directly into new apps straight from your browser, no installation needed. Express yourself in more ways than ever Emoji: Share the feelings with a fully redesigned emoji set, including over 60 new emoji.
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7 Realizations after using the Galaxy S9 Plus
 
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All the good and bad things come to surface after using the Galaxy S9 plus for more than 2 months. Watch the video to know things that no one might ever tell you! Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Launcher: Nova Launcher Icon packs: Flat white and ProjectX Wallpapers: Galaxy wallapper on lockscreen: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1w1J3iIbLVxXoflLZCN4i9t6JoT_8666R Galaxy wallpaper in the beginning: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hG- 35KWDG1_fDp3i2XkGNnys82yrZIMb Sea wallpapers - you can search on unsplash.com The video talks about some features and some intangible things about the Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus primarily which have been realized over time and play more to you as a smartphone user. These are some things that I felt more prominent and strongly about as I was using the S9 plus. While you may always think about having a great processor, a beautiful large colorful display and a powerful camera - but there are some other things that truly make a smartphone experience personal. The Galaxy S9 performance remains top notch consistently through out everyday use. The features and user experience is smooth and delightful. But there are some hiccups too and I talk about them in a bit more detail in the video. Know all there is to know about the lesser talked about features and Galaxy S9 experiences. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Top 5 Best Android Apps - Sept 2018
 
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Best Free Apps for Android Smartphone September (2018). A mix of utility, productivity & personalization apps! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Top Android apps for Note 9/Galaxy S8/Galaxy S9/S9 Plus/OnePlus 6/Oppo/Honor/Vivo/Asus/Xiaomi Idea Note Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.goyourfly.bigidea Take notes on the fly. Slide from the edge to take notes instantly. Different kind of notes possible including voice notes that convert voice into text. Muviz - Navbar Music Visualizer Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.perfectapps.muviz Muviz is just another visual treat to have on your screen when you are watching videos or listening to music. It puts up a beautiful music visualization on your screen - whether it is at the bottom of the screen behind the navbar or on top of the navbar or at the top along with the status bar. Works with all apps that have sound output but you can go into settings and select apps that you don’t want it to be enabled on. Powershade Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.treydev.pns Customize and personalize your notification panel and notification tray. Change the color of the notifications and the settings toggles in the control centre. Ava Lock screen Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jamworks.alpha Add more utility and functionality to your lock-screen. Reply to whatsapp and other messages directly from the lock-screen. Place dynamic widgets on the lockscreen. Add more shortcuts too! Hide - Blue ticks or last seen, photos and videos Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.codeplaylabs.hide Read whatsapp, instagram and Facebook messenger messages without letting the other person know. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo -- Unboxing HD Video
 
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Unboxing Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo The Galaxy Note 3 Neo is almost the same as the Note 3, only with lower specifications, hardware and few missing features. The difference, in fact, is not very prominent as it might seem. But that's ok, because the price difference is not too much either. The Galaxy Note 3 Neo comes with a 1.3 GHz Quad core processor and a 1.7 GHz Dual core processor coupled with 2 GB of RAM. In the box, you get a 3,100 mAh battery, white colored in-ear earphones, USB 2.0 cable and a wall charger. The screen of the Note 3 Neo is 5.5 inches in diagonal size and supports a resolution of 720 x 1280 px. So the display of Note 3 Neo is not full HD as we had seen in the Galaxy Note 3. Both displays are super AMOLED. The Note 3 Neo camera is an 8 MP sensor as opposed to the 13 MP camera in the Note 3. The camera is capable of full HD videos and taking still shots even while recording video. The Android version in the Galaxy Note 3 Neo is Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and is surely upgradeable to Android 4.4 KitKat. The screen animations, transitions are flawless. There is simply no lag and the user experience, just as in the Note 3, is delightful.
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Unboxing BURGUNDY RED Samsung Galaxy S8
 
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A closer look of the all new Burgundy Red Galaxy S8 Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-mobiscrub Samsung Galaxy S8 Specs: Processor: 2.3 GHz Quad + 1.7 GHz Quad Exynos 8895 GPU: Mali-G71 MP20 RAM: 4 GB Battery: 3,000 mAh Charging type: Type C Fast Charger: Yes Display: 5.8 inch Super AMOLED Resolution: 1440 x 2960 pixels (~570 ppi pixel density) Weight: 155 gms Thickness: 8 mm Internal Memory: 64 GB Expandable storage: Up to 256 GB with microSD card Primary Camera: 12 MP (f/1.7, 26mm, 1/2.5", 1.4 µm, Dual Pixel PDAF) Front camera: 8 MP (f/1.7, 25mm, 1/3.6", 1.22 µm) Video Recording: 2160p@30fps, 1080p@60fps, 720p@240fps Definitely one of the best colors that I’ve ever seen on devices with glass backs. It’s very fresh, very subtle, soft and easy on the eyes in a very pleasant way. The light bounces off its surface in the most interesting ways, as if the color is flowing with shades of red pouring over the device. The burgundy red looks even better outside where there is ample light or sunlight. The color, in the dark, however, looks almost like a black color Galaxy S8. Also, owning the red Galaxy S8 is always going to be an exclusive thing because not a lot of people are going to have this color, so it’s going to be one of a kind for sure and its going to be a total head turner. The royalty-free music used in this video is 'Back To The Stars' by Nazar Rybak. (www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0". I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description. Here is a link to the terms of the license: http://www.melodyloops.com/support/full-license/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Camera Review- IN ACTION
 
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Galaxy S5 Camera Review - HD Read the full review: http://mobiscrub.com/android/samsung-galaxy-s5-review/ We did an Galaxy S5 camera test in one of the rafting locations in India and following are our thoughts. The entire review of the Galaxy S5 camera is shot using the Galaxy S5 and nothing else under Full HD video recording settings. So I highly recommend that you watch this video in full quality to truly see what the S5 camera is capable of. The S5 features a 16 MP ISOCELL camera which as compared to the Galaxy S4's 13 MP camera is much better in terms of picture quality, details of the picture and the speed with which pictures are clicked. There are also a couple of UI changes when it comes to the software of the S5 camera. Speaking of detail, the S5's camera can really take some great shots. It captures great detail especially is the lighting is good. And as you can see in all the sample pictures in the video, that the pictures are extremely crisp and sharp, high in detail, rich in color and quite natural to look at. They were all shot in auto mode with no special adjustment whatsoever. If you wish to apply some filters and color effects, there are a bunch of them available for you to apply and even download. Readily available in the camera app of the S5 are vintage, vignette, sepia, oil pastel, black and white and turquoise. You can download more as well. The S5 camera also has a really fabulous auto focus capability. So while recording a video if you were to go very close to an object, the camera would automatically macro focus and give you a beautiful picture of the subject with a diffused background. It's really quick and most of it is automatic. Though you can always manually tap to focus. The Galaxy S5 also features a new selective focus feature wherein you can make an object stand out or make the background stand out. Simply enable the selective focus mode and go close to click a picture. Then you can edit the photo later and decide what part you want to be in focus and what should be blurred. The video also highlights difference between pictures shot using the S4 and the S5 camera. You'd notice that the S5 pictures are slightly brighter and have a tad bit better color reproduction as well. The ISOCELL technology definitely makes a difference though the difference may be less pronounced in these pictures. But let's not forget that the S5 can take UHD videos and pictures with high resolution of 16 MP. The shutter is extremely quick. You can take pictures in a span of 0.3 seconds which is very fast and you would almost never miss a moment. However, there are chances that you would get a blurred picture because the 0.3second shot does not necessarily auto focus. The camera takes a shot irrespective of the focus status of the lens.
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Maybe as it is not a FPS, but a MOBA.

For example in Pubg, the gameplay is sort of slow in comparison to its two concurrents, therefore if the looting process is adaptive he needs to be also slow to be prosperous. A game like PUBG ought to be handled with care. With esports like League of Legends, you will not ever miss an essential play by your favourite player. For competitive play its important to draw players in with more than simply bragging rights. Therefore, merely a mid-range smartphone that players may have the game perfectly. Finding matches Its so simple to obtain a match. What a very good match resembles A fantastic match is dependent on your definition of good. Losing a match in the very first couple minutes isnt so bad once youre in a position to rapidly hop into another. Ultimately, both teams can be happy with the trade. My team and I can truly feel the growth to initiate a new battle immediately. You will end up dying frequently early on, but nevertheless, it is sometimes a rewarding and entertaining experience when the curve is overcome. Being one is a rather strange experience. You quit running and attempt to catch some breath. Breath of the Wilds wide-open concept provides the player a true sense of embarking on their very own adventure. There are several mixed feeling on the idea due to numerous bugs and problems in the game itself. You might encounter trouble early on and need to hunker down, or so the game becomes a rescue mission. Over all it is nothing but a lousy situation for those developers, players, and viewers. Yes, it is an ideal evolution for the collection. The games concept is quite straightforward, choose where to drop on earth, locate a weapon, attempt to survive for as long as possible, and in the long run youre going to be greeted by means of a Winner winner, Chicken Dinner! Nearly each aspect of gameplay was tweaked. Getting the Best Pubg Best Guns