Samsung on Tuesday unveiled another phone in its midrange Galaxy A series, the Galaxy A70.The Galaxy A70 offers a large, 6.7-inch super AMOLED Infinity-U display.Samsung said that's the largest display in its Galaxy A lineup (and it's also bigger than that of the Galaxy S10 Plus).The phone has a 4,500-mAH battery and supports fast charging at 25 watts.The A70 also has triple rear cameras, and a 32-megapixel front-facing selfie camera.Samsung also touted the new positioning of the phone's on-screen fingerprint scanner, which it says won't require you to reposition your grip.
The main purpose of Galaxy S10's punch-hole selfie camera is to cut down bezels while avoiding the need for a distracting, centrally-located notch.But less than a month after the S10's release, users are already figuring out other novel uses for Samsung’s nifty selfie cam.I set the app on max thickness just to make it easier to see, but you can customise it however you want.The most obvious development is the wallpapers that take advantage of the punch-hole cam to add a little bit of extra flair to your home screen or hide the camera within design elements like the eye of a penguin.But IJP’s new Energy Ring app takes that idea even farther by adding some extra utility that lets you see the S10's battery level just by looking at its front cam.Energy Ring, which is available for free on the Google Play store, is an evolution of IJP’s previous battery indicator apps and gives you the ability to put a small, coloured ring around the outside of the front cam.
You can set up and customize a Google Alert in a few minutes, and you can easily shut them down at any time once you no longer wish to track a given term.Google Alerts can help you stay abreast of breaking news, keep you in the know on fashion and cultural trends, and even help you keep track of what's being said about you online.You can customize the frequency with which you get Google Alerts, the region which Google should track for the search term, and many other metrics.When you want to get an update on that news story you were following, who won the game you couldn't catch live, or what movies are coming out this weekend, chances are that you head to Google and do a quick search.But what if you didn't even have to spend time searching, because Google had already sent the latest information right to your inbox?Google Alerts proactively searches the web for specific terms you've asked for, delivering you relevant content to you via email (or RSS feed) as often as you'd like.
OnePlus 7 is one of the much-awaited smartphones this year as the company prepares to launch a 5G phone and television as well.A video with renders of the upcoming OnePlus flagship has been spotted on YouTube.The video shows render of the OnePlus 7 in four colors while the design is in line with earlier leaks.It will be one of the first phones to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and is rumored to have a pop-up selfie camera.According to previous reports, a case for the OnePlus 7 was spotted in the wild with a barely visible cutout on top, which is the optimal place for housing the pop-up camera.The OnePlus 7 could have three cameras on the back but certainly won’t support wireless charging as was suggested by company CEO Carl Pei.
Drones or often called unmanned aerial vehicles have become vastly common and widespread for the modern vloggers and photographers.It’s truly amazing to see how modern photography has created a suitable niche for drone photographers and vloggers which are worth getting into.For all those top-view, imaginative, unique, and eye-opening shots; drone cameras are being explicitly used these days, and for all the right reasons.Reasons Behind Drone Photography’s PopularityRight from providing vloggers and photographers with excellent options of clicking pictures from the top or extraordinary vantage points to incorporating the aerial drone photography services into their service list, drone photography has been offering photographers more versatility for both personal and professional use.By maximizing the use of the drones, all those adventurous and creative shooters who love to bring their photography to the fresh and new heights – both literally and figuratively can achieve spectacular, high-quality aerial photos.If you are wondering how to get the best Aerial Drone Photography, here are few tips to guide you.Don’t overlook UAV forecastAlways try to shoot in RAW formatMaximize the use of the thirds grid overlay for better compositionAlways stick to a lower ISOTry to take advantage of Auto Exposure Bracketing for better shotsAlways improvise your clicksCreate higher resolution images with panoramic shotsExperiment both 16:9 and 4:3aspect ratios for accurate clicksDo use the camera lens filters for right clicksLook for patterns, symmetry, and linesExperiment with the lights and shadowsTry to take drone “selfie” for unique shots
Samsung has been on a roll lately when it comes to the A series, bringing some high-end features to its mid-range devices.The company is continuing this trend with the Galaxy A70, offering some welcome additions to the table.The new device has an unnamed octa-core chipset (dual-core 2Ghz plus hexa-core 1.7Ghz), 6GB or 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of expandable storage.Other notable additions include a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen (waterdrop notch, 1,080 x 2,400) with an in-display fingerprint sensor, and a 4,500mAh battery with 25-watt fast charging.The noteworthy features don’t end there either, as the Galaxy A70 sports a 32MP f/2.0 selfie camera and a 32MP f/1.7 primary rear shooter.The latter is joined by two more rear cameras in the form of a 5MP depth sensor and an 8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide angle shooter (123-degree field of view).
Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen clever people make clever wallpapers that hide the Samsung Galaxy S10 series’ hole punch selfie cameras.Spotted by Android Police, we now have an app that doesn’t hide and makes use of the selfie hole punch.Called Energy Ring, the app puts a battery indicator around the selfie camera.You can change the color and thickness of the battery indicator, along with the direction — the ring can go clockwise, counter-clockwise, and bidirectional.You can even auto-hide the battery indicator in full-screen apps, set a charging animation, and change the color for different segments of the battery indicator.That means you can have one color when the battery reaches 75 percent and another color when it reaches 50 percent.
The Motorola Moto G6 may have been overshadowed by Huawei, Nokia, and Xiaomi phones in 2018, but it’s still a good device for the budget-conscious user.And if you’ve been thinking about getting one, Amazon has a great deal for you (h/t: Android Police).The online retailer has slashed $120 off the 64GB Moto G6, bringing its price down to $199 (from $320).This particular model is the standard, unlocked variant in black, and packs a U.S. warranty for some peace of mind.As for specs, you’re getting a low-end Snapdragon 450 chipset, 4GB of RAM, the aforementioned 64GB of expandable storage, and a 3,000mAh battery.Other noteworthy features include a 5.7-inch full HD+ LCD screen, a 12MP+5MP rear camera setup, an 8MP selfie camera, USB-C connectivity and a front-facing fingerprint sensor.
Samsung has been on a roll showcasing different display options for phones.Famously the Galaxy Fold stole the show at the company's Unpacked event in February with a screen that folds in half.The Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10 E use a cutout in the display for a selfie camera.And now it seems the upcoming Galaxy A90 will feature a screen without a notch or a hole-punch.On Thursday, Dutch site Galaxy Club found a mention of the Galaxy A90's "Notchless Infinity Display" on Samsung's own website.This is a developing story.
Samsung’s own website just leaked a few things (via GalaxyClub).The most significant piece of info is that Samsung plans to release another entry in its Galaxy A line of mid-range devices: the Samsung Galaxy A90.The Galaxy A90 would be the upper-most device on the mid-range line, with the Samsung Galaxy A50, Galaxy A40, and Galaxy A30 below it.According to Samsung’s official site, the Galaxy A90 will also feature a “notchless infinity screen.”Now, this could mean a lot of things.It could be that the Samsung Galaxy A90 will be the first device to hit the market with the New Infinity display, which you can see all the way to the right in the image above.
Secondly, it was the first phone to come with a punch-hole camera, beating the Samsung Galaxy 10 to the punch.Finally, it is among the first Honor phones to come with Magic UI, rather than EMUI.Honor got the hole punch rightThere’s always an element of risk when you introduce a brand-new design.And having used the View 20 for the best part of two months, I’m confronted with the inescapable conclusion that Honor managed to get this one right.I think the most telling thing is that I barely notice the phone’s selfie hole anymore.
Energizer’s handset boasts the biggest battery ever in a smartphone at 18,000mAh, and it’s also one of the first ever devices to have a dual-lens front-facing pop-up camera.But its size and weight make it distinctly brick-like – you can read our hands-on review of the device from our time with it at MWC 2019 for more information.These are the 5G phones we're expecting to see out soonAdded to IndieGoGo on March 21, after 24 hours the handset had reached a grand total of two backers, which puts it less than 1% of the way towards its goal of $1.2 million (roughly £910,000, AU$1.7 million).The Energizer phone is offered from $549 (around £420, AU$775) for early bird backers, with a final retail price at $699 (roughly £530, $990).The Energizer phone’s two strengths are its massive battery and its novel dual-lens pop-up camera – brilliant battery life and camera potential mean it would be great for people traveling, who will want to be able to throw the phone in a bag and only bring it out for the occasional selfie – but the phone is too big to be the perfect portable device.
So what if we stopped using it?As digital marketers, this notion sounds antithetical to our mission.But Brian promises that disconnecting is beneficial to marketers as well.Below, I share Brian’s thoughts on digital distraction and business from his session at Social Media Marketing World 2019.Brian pointed out that an astonishing 41% of people have had an accident relating to our smartphones.There’s a new health concern called “selfie wrist.” Plus, depression and anxiety are on the rise among teenagers, the world’s most avid social media users.
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A90 will feature a “Notchless Infinity screen” according to a page on the company’s website (first spotted by Galaxy Club) that appears to have been updated to include the unannounced model.The phone is expected to be announced next month and will sit at the top of Samsung’s mid-range Galaxy A series above the existing Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30.That could simply mean that the phone will have a hole-punch display like the Galaxy S10, but rumors have suggested that the Galaxy A90 will be able to avoid any cut-out by having a pop-up selfie camera, like last year’s Vivo Nex.Ice Universe, a frequent leaker, was first to make this claim back at the beginning of February, and Samsung’s promotion for its upcoming announcement event includes a skateboarder doing an ollie, which SlashGear speculates is another hint at a pop-up camera.It’s unclear exactly how the “Notchless Infinity screen” will differ from Samsung’s regular “Infinity Display.” Technically, Samsung’s 2017 Galaxy S8 featured an Infinity Display and didn’t have a notch because it had bezels instead.However, at the company’s developer conference last November, Samsung announced four different kinds of Infinity screens.
The next Google Pixel might be getting more cameras and a sleek design overhaul.According to a leaked photo posted on the site SlashLeaks on Wednesday, the Pixel 4 XL will have two cameras on the back instead of the single one found on the Pixel 2 XL and 3 XL.Famously Google has had only a single rear camera on every Pixel model large and small.The company embraced using AI and machine learning to create photos that rival phones with two rear cameras like the iPhone XS or three back cameras like the Huawei P20 Pro.A second camera could be used for something other than photography like perhaps AR.The drawings of the unreleased 4 XL also show an oval hole-punch display for two selfie cameras like on the new Galaxy S10 Plus.
Bela Lugosi may be dead, but his spooky spirit lives on as symbol of protest in China.Social media users in the country are now posting their goth selfies in an act of solidarity with a woman was told to take off her “horrifying” makeup before getting on a train.The woman, a university student, said she was stopped by a security guard at a subway station in Guangzhou on 10 March and ordered to take off her “heavy” makeup.Photos posted by the woman on China’s largest social network, Weibo, show she had shimmery eyeshadow and dark lipstick on.“The woman security guard told me the make-up was problematic and too horrifying.It must be removed on the spot,” the student wrote on Weibo, the South China Morning Post reported.
Modern-day menaissance swag with leather.For the selfie-savvy fashionistas, watches become more than just putting it on while going to office.Timepieces complementing your outfit will say a fair bit about you.To elevate the style ante of your look regardless of the occasion, shop for leather straps.
美图2018年财报喜忧参半 互联网业务将“接棒”智能手机 – 21st Century Business HeraldWhat happened: Chinese selfie app maker Meitu has announced its annual results for the 12 months ended Dec. 31, 2018, reporting a net loss of over RMB 1.2 billion (around $179.6 million).The Xiamen-based company’s total revenue declined 37.8% to RMB 2.8 billion (around $419 million), which the company attributed primarily to a slower smartphone business.Meitu said that of its net loss, some RMB 0.5 billion was linked to its smartphone activities.The company said it expected to wind down that business line by the middle of this year.Last November, Meitu announced a partnership with Xiaomi, in which Xiaomi would represent all future Meitu branded smartphones other than the Meitu V7.
No notch, no hole-punch, and at first glance, no front-facing selfie camera.The Mi Mix 3 is the latest in the Xiaomi Mix family, which was the first to introduce the concept of an all-screen phone to the world.It’s a 6.4-inch AMOLED with a 2,340 x 1,080 resolution.The glossy, reflective ceramic rear panel gets smudgy quickly, but it’s so beautiful when it’s clean that I can forgive it.Ceramic is warmer to the touch than glass, provides more scratch protection, and has a wonderful, deep glossy shine that’s irresistible.Xiaomi has engineered the magnetic “ridge” — the point it passes before closing — and the “snap” — where it comes to a stop — perfectly.
Welcome today at Just Web World we will show you how you can take perfect selfie.Are you a photographer or selfie addict and want to click a perfect selfie to make your friends jealous of it then you are at a right place because today we will share some tips to take perfect selfie which can make your friends and family members jealous.As observed these apps only enhances the photograph and increase the quality of the image so it looks far better than a normal selfie and a click from your normal phone camera app.Factors Depending On How To Take The Perfect Selfie.There are a lot of factors depending on taking a selfie and we would cover mostly all of them and will help you by writing the factors where you are lacking to get more likes and comments on your selfie.Take Selfie’s With Your Own Angle: