Today’s tech-savvy youth are aware about the environmental issues surrounding us and have been making a conscious effort to curb them in their own way.
Fortunately, smartphone manufacturers have been doing their bit by releasing smartphones that ensure they are causing least amount of harm to the environment.
And to facilitate it even further, we bring to you top 5 eco-friendly smartphones. These smartphones are judged on the basis of the hazardous chemicals like mercury, lead, cadmium, etc. used in the manufacturing process, the final product, and its degradable capabilities.
1. Samsung Galaxy Ace
Samsung has always been at the forefront of being environmentally conscious. So much so, it encourages consumers to give old smartphones so few parts can be re-used in new handsets. Taking this even further, Samsung’s Galaxy Ace is considered to be one of the best ones out there that reduces environment damage drastically.
2. Sony Xperia
Sony has been dishing out one magnificent smartphone after another, especially after it parted ways with Ericsson, and it also reflects in its eco-friendly smartphones that have some of the lowest levels of hazardous materials found around. The new range that comprises of the Sony Xperia Z, Xperia ZR, Xperia SP have all passed the test of being one of the top eco-friendly smartphones in the world.
3. Apple iPhone 5
Come to think of it, this one is a surprise. Apple is known to make top-of-the-line products catering to the polished and sophisticated class. A piece of machinery desired by many, it is surprising that Apple puts in an effort to manufacture their products while keeping Mother Nature in mind. Their iPhone 5 is considered to be one of the top eco-friendly smartphones in the market, highlighting Apple’s attempt at doing their bit.
4. Samsung Captivate
Samsung strikes yet again at being proficient at manufacturing smartphones while having the environment in mind, and the next one in its line of eco-friendly smartphones is the Samsung Captivate. An Android-based Samsung phone like every other, the Captivate has the best and the safest of all the materials used for manufacturing a smartphone. Club that with a fairly decent battery life and that ensures you will be saving energy and conserving electricity as well.
5. IPhone 4S
Apple is on a roll by making a comeback in the list, and this time around with the iPhone 4S, considered to be at the top among the iPhone lineage. iPhone 4S has the best components and build that will hamper nature in the least possible way. As opposed to that, the first generation iPhone is considered to be the worst smartphone of all times in terms of ecological damaging capabilities. Having said that, Apple has definitely come a long way to help the preservation of our environment.
source : Freandz4m
Today, the South Korean giant announced a white version
of the Android device. Contrary to the previously leaked
reports, the white Nexus 4 won’t be running on the
forthcoming Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and instead sports the
exact same features and specifications as the present
To remind you of the specifications, the Nexus 4 flaunts a
4.7-inch WXGA HD (1280×768 pixels) display and is
powered by a 1.5GHz quad- core Snapdragon S4 pro
processor, Adreno 320 GPU and 2GB of RAM. Other
features included on the phone are an 8-megapixel rear
camera with LED flash, 1.3-megapixel camera at the front,
16GB of internal memory, support for wireless charging
and a 2,100mAH battery. On the software front, as we
mentioned above, the device runs on Android 4.2 Jelly
Though it said that it would initially launch in Hong Kong
on May 29, followed by other countries, online retailers in
India are now already offering the device. Flipkart has a
listing which says that the device will be shipped within
The rumors of the new HTC One Google addition coming after a Google addition of Samsung Galaxy S4.
Rumors are also saying that the HTC One with stock Android 4.2.2 will be launch within two weeks. The HTC One Google addition will be with stock Android on the other side the HTC has sold 5 million HTC One with SENSE 5.1 UI.we are not sure thet Google addition of HTC One will be capable to use function such as BOOMSOUND AND ULTRAPIXEL CAMERA. My personal view I will definitely choose HTC One over the galaxy s4 stock.
Rumors are that Nokia is most likely to launch the
much anticipated next PureView phone the EOS on July 9.
The phone has recently been in news for allegedly bringing
two of Nokia’s innovations namely the Lumia 920’s
features along with the 41-megapixel
PureView camera clubbed into a single phone.
This EOS phone will indeed be a Windows Phone 8 based
Lumia successor featuring a 41-megapixel sensor camera
with a Carl Zeiss lens, but just like the 808 will only be
able to shoot at a maximum of 34-megapixel. However,
the phone is expected to feature a number of other
camera oriented features including capability to record full
HD videos with three varied frame rates along with three
separate modes for shooting at 720p as well.
Also Nokia plans on bringing new innovations to the
camera, And this phone is most likely to be a part of that
strategy. It is believed that Nokia has redesigned the
camera interface in the phone with circular on screen dial
controls along with other features including manual mode
to adjust camera settings, Nokia’s new Pro Camera
application, and much more.
The phone is rumored to come with a 4.5-inch (720p)
AMOLED WXGA panel as the Lumia 925 and the Lumia
928, and a polycarbonate case.
With that out of the way, this is Floating Notifications Alpha 2 requires a CLEAN INSTALL
Theme’s can be found in this thread
How does it work
– Setup your settings in the UI.
– Then go to your System Settings -> Accessibility -> Floating
Notifications – Turn it on
You will see one test notification. You will see this ANYTIME
the service starts/restarts. This is there so A you know the
service has started and B so you can get a feel for how they
work. This will obviously NOT be in the final version.
– Tap to open the stack
– Tap the current notification to close the stack
– Tap the text of a notification to launch that app
– Drag the first notification in the stack to move around the
– Double tap to close a notification
– Double tap a closed stack to close all notifications
– Checkbox to enable disable
– Second icon is expanded notification text
– Third is stack messages (meaning show all or show only the
– Fourth is enable actions (JB+ if your notification normally
has any buttons they’ll appear)
– Fifth is wake the screen on notification
– The double tap threshold refers to the amount of time in
milliseconds between taps. So if you set it to 1000 it will wait
one second for your second tap before it brings up the text.
You can click here to go to download page as i can’t mirror files.
Or Click here to go to download page
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My review :
Basically its very good app. First when i read the name of this app its sounds me like Facebook message service and it was the same like fb massager.I was very happy while watching the Video of this app. But when i installed it’s bricked my UI 😦 sad.
The touchscreen of my mobile is not working properly after installing and turning it on from setting . I have Xperia U and Xperia S. i tried this app on Xperia U and touchscreen bricked. After trying over 50 times i could go to settings and disabled it :(.
But i saw many good reviews on Xda. U guys definitely try it :-).
HTC has officially announced the Desire 600. The Dual-SIM
smartphone will be available in markets starting June and
features a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.2GHz quad- core
processor and runs on Android Jelly Bean with Sense 5 UI
running on top. Think about the Desire 600 as an affordable
variant of the One.
Hardware specs include an 8- megapixel rear camera, 1.6-
megapixel front facing camera and BoomSound dual speakers
on the front similar to that of the One. It also features a 4.5-
inch LCD2 qHD display, 1GB of RAM, up to 8GB of internal
memory and an 1,860mAh battery, which HTC claims offers
up to 11 hours of talktime and over 500 hours of standby
time. It supports NFC, DLNA and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity
apart from GPS, Wi-Fi and the regular connectivity options
HTC Desire 200 and Desire 600 spotted in the wild
HTC seems to be working on expanding its mid-range
smartphone portfolio under the Desire series, as two of its
upcoming phones in this series have been revealed in two
different cases of leaked certification and benchmarks.
The HTC Desire 200 has been seen listed with model name
HTC 102e on the certification page, and is speculated to be
another name for the earlier rumored HTC G2. The G2 had
been rumored to be HTC’s small screen affordable phone
featuring a 3.5-inch HVGA display, running on Android 4.0 Ice
Cream Sandwich, a 1GHz ARM Cortex processor with 512MB
RAM, and sporting a 5- megapixel camera. No need for The benchmark results of the Desire 600, as it is officially announced.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
scored an outstanding 27914 on the site’s Benchmark test while running a 1.6GHz processor and sporting Android 4.3. What we don’t know is
if the silicon under the hood is the Samsung Exynos 5 Octa-core. The high score could indicate that this is exactly what is powering the device.
After all, the nearly 28,000 tallied by the Samsung Galaxy Note III would put the phablet slightly above the 27,417 scored by the Exynos powered Samsung Galaxy S4.