[Review]BlackBerry Q10 – BlackBerry 10 OS

Blackberry Q10

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BlackBerry Q10 – BlackBerry 10 OS

So far so relatively ordinary. What really sets the X10 apart from previous BlackBerrys though is the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. This centres around a number of key new features, many of which emphasise a focus on multitasking.

The main homescreen is split up into three sections with the BlackBerry Hub on the left, multitasking page in the centre and pages of apps off to the right. BlackBerry Hub is the central repository for all messages, updates and emails, just like the messages app of existing BlackBerrys – it’s a useful one-stop shop for all your phone’s goings on. As for the multi-tasking page, this is the central focus of the phone as whenever you swipe upwards to close an app it’s here that you land. It shows four large thumbnails to your apps that unlike iOS also show the contents of each app. Swipe upwards and you can scroll through the full list of running apps. And as mentioned, swiping to the left will bring up the pages of apps which simply expand to the right as you install more apps.

This multifaceted homepage style is a bit difficult to get your head around at first as it isn’t as simple as the pages of apps on iOS or the customisable homescreens and app menu of Android and Windows Phone 8. But, with time it’s something that may become very useful, which is something we’ll report on in our full review.
Another key feature, which we’ve already touched upon are the gestures. There are no buttons on this phone (aside from the keyboard) so it relies heavily on using gestures to move between screens, close apps and generally get stuff done. Again, it takes a little bit of getting used to but there’s a decent tutorial when you first start the phone up that guides you through the essentials.

There’s plenty more to the OS that sets it apart from the rest, which we’ll touch on more in our upcoming review. Our first impressions, though are that we can see quite a few users finding it all too fussy. Also, there aren’t enough visual cues as to how to move about the interface, plus we’re not fans of the rather cumbersome animation that accompanies the opening of apps – it slides across from the app pages to the multi-tasking page and only then opens the app. Still, as we say, it’s early days yet.



[Review] Videotron Canada HTC Windows Phone 8S

The HTC 8S — also known as the Windows Phone 8S by HTC — is a fun and funky looking handset that feels speedy to use despite its modest processor and has a good all-round line up of features for its price. If you’re looking for an affordable route into Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 OS, it’s a good option.

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HTC Windows Phone 8S


  • Refreshingly different design
  • Slick and modern Windows Phone 8 OS
  • Dual-core processor
  • MicroSD card


  • Lacks Nokia’s extra apps
  • Screen and camera are nothing special

The HTC 8S, or Windows Phone 8S by HTC to give it its ridiculous full title, sits several steps down from HTC’s flagship 8X Windows Phone. Whereas the 8X goes head to head with Nokia’s Lumia 920, the 8S doesn’t really match up with Nokia’s 820, as it’s a fair bit cheaper.

It slots into a space between low-end and mid-range smart phones. It’s certainly the most affordable route in if you want to taste Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating.


HTC has equipped the 8S with a 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm S4 processor, and provides just 512MB of RAM. Now, performance is perfectly acceptable, but I did notice that things were not quite as slick as they are with the very best equipped Windows Phones. I didn’t experience juddering video or long waits for anything to happen, but there’s a definite lack of slickness to proceedings.

The screen is another area where things are acceptable rather than superb. At 4in the screen is just about large enough for watching video, and the Super LCD is bright and clear.


If you’re thinking of making the move to Windows Phone 8, then the 8S is certainly an affordable and stylish route into Microsoft’s OS. It feels very smooth to use and looks quite different to most other smart phones on the market.

The lack of NFC and a front facing camera may bother some, but it does have the advantage of a microSD card, which the Nokia 920 and HTC 8X lack, and overall I think it’s a good all round package for the money.

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Samsung T159

The good: The Samsung t159 has terrific call quality, large buttons, visual voice mail, and an affordable price.

The bad: Samsung’s t159 has a small display and weak resolution; it lacks a dedicated headset jack.

The bottom line: An example of excellent call quality at a dirt-cheap price, the Samsung t159 excels at the basics, but stumbles on style.

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Simple flip phones like T-Mobile’s Samsung t159 remain relevant for one primary purpose: placing and taking calls. Lacking the pomp of smartphones packed to the gills, they had better at least get call quality right. Thankfully, Samsung’s $20, stripped-down t159 passes the audio test with flying colors.

Design and OS
There are flip phones with more sheen and style than the Samsung t159; in fact, almost all of them offer some graceful line or polished accent. Not so in the case of this stock phone. Its all-black form looks boring and cheap, the only interesting part is a fine-grain diamond pattern on the back panel. At least the finishes fit the $19.99 price tag. On the plus side, the t159’s slim dimensions — 3.8 inches tall by 1.9 inches wide by 0.6 inch thick — fit it easily into pockets. At 2.9 ounces, it’s also pretty light; a hair too light for my tastes.

A standard clamshell design puts a 1-inch external display out front for checking the time, and for viewing signal strength and alerts, like awaiting messages or missed calls, at a glance. Above the screen is a 1.3-megapixel camera lens with camcorder capability. Inside, the 1.8-inch screen is too small; it could easily stretch to 2 inches. Flipping open the phone instills confidence in the thick joint. The rubber stopper protecting the top of the phone isn’t attractive, but it is effective.

Beneath the screen is a large navigation array that includes two soft keys, a Send and End/Power button, and a Clear button, all surrounding the four-directional toggle with central OK button.


The phone’s volume rocker is on the left spine, and on the right you’ll find the camera shutter button and the shared Micro-USB slot and headset jack. That means that you’ll unfortunately need an adapter if you’re planning to listen to music or messages from the t159 through a wired headset. There’s no microSD card slot on the t159, which isn’t necessarily a drawback for this type of entry-level device. Extra storage is always nice to have, but since the hardware design doesn’t place a premium on photos or music, it’s understandable why expandable memory didn’t make the cut.

A proprietary operating system runs the t159 and unfortunately, its oversimplicity isn’t easy on the eye. I know, I know, that sounds counterintuitive, but the default menu screen is plain white and the icons are a little simplistic. The 128×160-pixel QVGA resolution is poor, and it shows in larger lettering and in the icons. You can customize elements like the wallpaper, dialing display, and brightness and backlight times, but you can’t change other graphical elements, or the font size.


Placing and receiving calls is the phone’s principle function, and despite the unpolished interface, the address book gives you the space you need to store contact information, including multiple phone numbers, an e-mail address, a birthdate, a note, and even extra fields. You can also add a group ID, set a photo ID, and select from one of 18 ringtones. In addition, you can set the phone to silent mode, with vibration only.

Sometimes you just need a good, solid device for making calls, and the Samsung t159 is it. The humble flip phone doesn’t offer much in the way of style, but it gets the calling basics right, and for the right price. (It also makes you wonder why every phone doesn’t sound this good.) Although extra features like T-Mobile’s visual voice mail and voice commands give the phone more verve, Samsung stopped short of some other helpful mainstays, like a separate headset jack, a larger, higher-resolution screen, and a more nuanced OS menu.


Source :http://reviews.cnet.com/cell-phones/samsung-t159-t-mobile/4505-6454_7-35410205.html

Huawei Ascend P2 review “World’s fastest- 4G LTE Smartphone ?”

Huawei presented Ascend P2 after the successor of the Ascend P1 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. Ahead there was speculation in the net already on the equipment and the design of the device.



Huawei Ascend P2: First Impressions

The Ascend P2 is the Huawei”s first real high-end smartphone. With the Ascend P2, Huawei would establish in the upper class. The glossy back is not removable, and shows prone to fingerprints, but very clean and includes a model from the rest of the housing components. Huawei has worked very solid.


From less quality look and feel apart of the Ascend P2 but makes an excellent impression. Anyone put off by the plastic case may be, the part really have fun. The touch screen responds quickly and absolutely reliably to any input, not a single ripple has disturbed the test on the show. The performance as a whole is on a very high level.

The exterior is also largely the already leaked press snapshot. Although the housing is made of plastic, but it is still impressive – and it feels even after cheap plastic. But the device with a weight of 122 grams is also quite easy. The exact dimensions are 136.2 times 66.7 times 8.4 millimeters.

Huawei Ascend P2 Display

Instead of a full-HD display brings the Ascend P2 with an HD + IPS-LCD with a resolution of 1200 x 720 pixels. It is 4.7 inches tall. Thus, the pixel density of approximately 298 ppi. The touch screen is it like Lumias 920 extremely sensitive and can also be operated with a finger nail or gloves.


Huawei Ascend P2 performance and storage

The device, which Ascend P2 from a quad-core processor with 1.5 GHz clock speed (Hi-Silicon K3V2). Of memory, there is 1 GB of RAM. 16 GB of memory is installed. A memory card slot is not available. Provides electricity for a decent 2420 mAh battery. The operating system Android 4.1 Jelly Bean comes with Huawei Emotion UI used.

Huawei Ascend P2 camera

A 13-megapixel camera with BSI sensor is then used to snapping photos, and rotate videos in full HD. Video chatting its Ascend P2 adds even with a 1.3 megapixel front camera. The camera is dominated by a few very interesting features, including face detection and HDR images. The focusing time is in the frame, the shutter delay might be a tad faster. Despite 13-MP camera housing is only 8.4 mm thick – a step forward compared with the Ascend P1, which still produces induced a curved lens. With dimensions of the device is very good in the hand and can also be operated with one hand well. The smooth back but can ever provide “slip”.


Huawei Ascend P2 price:

The Ascend P2”s release date is set for the second quarter of this year and it will cost €399 (around £345/$525/AU$510).

Huawei Ascend P2 specs

  • OS:                         Android (4.1.2) Emotion UI
  • Display:                4.7 inch, 720 x 1200 pixels
  • Processor:           1.5 GHz Quad Core Processor K3V2
  • Dimensions:      136 x 67 x 8 mm
  • Platform:             Android 4.1
  • Camera:
    • 13 megapixels and
    • 1.3 megapixels (Front  camera)
    • Memory:             16 GB
    • Battery:                2420 mAh
    • Weight:               122 g
    • Speakers:            Earpiece, Loudspeaker
    • Positioning:       GPS, A-GPS
    • Bluetooth 4.0
    • WiFi Direct and NFC donated

Huawei Ascend P2 pros and cons


  • Good performance
  • High-resolution and high-contrast display
  • Sound processing


  • Back is prone to fingerprints
  • Haptics not at top level

Huawei Ascend P2 Unlocking:

Huawei Ascend P2 Unlocking code is available at the following website to make it work with anywhere on the world with any service provider

Huawei Ascend P2

How to factory Reset Samsung ATIV Smart PC XE500T

Samsung ATIV Smart PC XE500T


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How to restore default  factory settings on  Samsung I9100/Samsung Galaxy S II?

How to reset user password on  Samsung I9100/Samsung Galaxy S II ?


Samsung ATIV TAB hard reset Windows 8 recovery
You can restore the computer using the system recovery function provided by Windows.

Tablet Recovery Function in Samsung ATIV Tab Windows 8
If a problem occurs with your computer, the recovery program allows you to restore your computer to the default settings.
For models where the SSD is less than 64GB, use the Windows System Restore function instead of the Recovery program.
1. Click the Charms menu > Settings > Change PC Settings > General.
2. Click the Start button for Refresh…. or Remove….. (Reset)
If your PC does not work properly, you can restore your PC while keeping your media files such as your photo, video and music
files, etc. as well as your personal documents.
If you want to return your PC to the default settings, or start from scratch, you can reset your PC to the factory default.

You should back up the files in the following folders before using the PC Recovery function since these files are not kept.
Windows, Program files, Program files(x86), ProgramData, OEM Folder (ex) c:samsung), User<user name>AppData
3. Follow the onscreen instructions to proceed with the recovery process.
If the recovery is complete, you can use your computer normally.
You can restore required Samsung software programs through All Apps > SW Update.

What is a recovery image?
This refers to the computer status (including operating system, specific driver(s), software(s), etc.) which is converted to a data image. It is required to recover your computer and is embedded in the computer’s hard disk. However, this is not provided for storage devices where the capacity is less than 64 GB due to the small capacity.
What is a Recovery Area?
Samsung computers have an additional partition to recover computers or save backup files. (Only for models with the Recovery.)
This partition is called a Recovery Area and it includes a recovery image that comprises of the OS and application programs.

Reinstalling Windows (Optional)
You can reinstall Windows using the SYSTEM RECOVERY MEDIA for Windows when Windows is no longer working properly.
(For models supplied with a SYSTEM RECOVERY MEDIA.)
These descriptions are for Windows 7/8 and Windows Vista and for supported models only.
•• A SYSTEM RECOVERY MEDIA may not be supplied depending on your computer model.
•• If you cannot start Windows, or if you want to delete all existing data and reinstall Windows, install Windows
according to the descriptions in [Reinstalling when Windows does not start].
•• Some pictures may differ from actual product.
•• These descriptions may differ depending on the operating system.
•• Reinstalling Windows may delete data (files and programs) saved on the hard disk drive.
•• Make sure to backup all important data.

Reinstalling in Windows
1 Insert the SYSTEM RECOVERY MEDIA into the DVD drive.
2 If the Select Windows Installation window appears, click Install Now. When the Select Update window appears, click
on the relevant item.
•• If you select Go online to get the latest updates for installation in the Select Update window, the latest
updates are installed and Step 4 follows. At this time, the computer must be connected to the Internet.
•• For Windows 7/8, the screen asking for the operating system to be installed may appear depending on the
version. If you click the Next button, the screen of Step 3appears.
3 If the User Agreement screen appears, select I accept the license terms and then click Next.
For Windows 7/8, this screen may not appear depending on the version.

4 The following window appears, select an installation option.
If you click Custom, the procedures from Step 5 continue sequentially.
If you click Upgrade, the procedures from Step 6 continue sequentially.
•• For Windows 7/8, this screen may not appear depending on the version.
•• Custom
Select this option to Reinstall Windows. You have to reinstall all necessary device drivers and programs after the Custom installation. In addition, unnecessary folders and files may remain on the hard disk drives after the installation (e.g. C: Windows.old, etc.).
•• Upgrade
Select this option to Upgrade Windows while maintaining current files, configurations and programs. Although you therefore do not need to reinstall the device drivers and programs, some programs may not work properly after the upgrade.
5 When a window appears asking for the location to install the operating system to, select a disk drive partition and click the Next button.
Drive D includes an area to save the backup image used by Recovery program. Installing Windows to drive C is recommended.
When previous Windows installation files are in the selected partition, a message appears informing you that the files and
folders will be moved to the Windows. old folder. Click the OK button.
6 The Windows installation continues.
The computer will restart 3 times during the installation. If the Press any key to boot from CD or DVD… message
appears after a restart, do not press any button.
7 Register a user according to the instructions on the Windows screen.
8 When the registration is complete, the Windows Desktop screen appears.
For a smooth computer operation, installing the necessary software installation is recommended.

Reinstalling when Windows does not start
When Windows does not start, boot up with the SYSTEM RECOVERY MEDIA and from there you can reinstall Windows.
1 Insert the SYSTEM RECOVERY MEDIA into the DVD drive and restart the computer.
2 If the Press any key to boot from CD or DVD… message appears while booting, press any key on the keyboard.
3 After a while, the Options windows such as Language, Time, Keyboard, etc. appear. Confirm the settings and click the
Next button.
4 If the Select Windows Installation window appears, click Install Now.
For Windows 7/8, the screen asking for the operating system to be installed may appear depending on the version. If you
click the Next button, the screen of Step 5 appears.
5 If the User Agreement screen appears, select I accept the license terms and then click Next.
For Windows 7/8, this screen may not appear depending on the version.
6 When the window asking for the installation type appears, click Custom.
For Windows 7/8, this screen may not appear depending on the version.
7 When a window appears asking for the location to install the operating system to, select the partition of the disk drive and
then click the Next button.
Drive D includes an area to save the backup image used by Recovery program. Installing Windows to drive C is
•• A If you click Drive Options (Advanced), you can delete, format, create or expand a partition. Click on a function
and proceed according to the instructions on the screen.
•• When previous Windows installation files are in the selected partition, a message appears informing you that
the files and folders will be moved to the Windows.old folder. Click the OK button.
8 The subsequent steps are the same as those from Step 7 of Installing in Windows.

If you want to remove the pre-installed Windows 8 operating system and install a different OS.
If you want to install a different operating system on your PC, you need to change the BIOS settings first.