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Samsung Galaxy S6 screen edge problem? Not really!


There is a video on youtube, which shows that the edge of the screen on the Samsung Galaxy S6 does not register touches from the user. Well, youtube channel Beshev Games quickly responded to the video of the supposed Galaxy S6 problem and posted a video of the Samsung Galaxy S3 which also has this symptom. According to the description:

“The small part on the edges of the touchscreens are not meant to work, because the thumb sometimes rests on them and causes the screen to swipe, or even, in some cases, open apps. This is a video of the Galaxy S3, it is not something new, it is not a problem.”

While this seems logical many people will accept this explanation as true.

Design feature, or annoying bug? Let us know in the comments below!

Research shows that British get bored of their phones after only 4 months

British like new phonesA research from the british carrier O2 shows, that about every 4 months users get bored of their mobile phones and buy new ones. 1/4 of the people in the survey say, that they get bored with their smartphone after the second month. 2/3 say that they might buy a new device even if the old one is working fine. Around 33% of all say that they always want the newest models, wether phones or tablets, no matter what.

The survey showed, that men are more practical than women when it comes to technology. 44% of men admit, that they will not buy a new device if the old one if fine and serves them well. The same goes for 37% of women, meaning that they are more driven by fashion than men.

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Russian smartphone, YotaPhone, released

Russian smartphone, YotaPhone, released

Over a year ago there were news about a Russian phone from the manufacturer Yota, which will have a e-ink display. The smartphone is now available for purchase in Russia and some European countries.

The front screen is 4.3″, the e-ink display is located on the back end of the device and has a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels. It has the purpose to show everything from the primary front display, but with low power consumthion, thus extending its usage from one charging to the other. E-inc can be found in ebooks for its usefulness of displaying static images.

Sadly, the e-ink display is not a touchscreen, but still has “capacitive touch zone” below it for some control. Other characteristics of the phone include:

1.7GHz Krait CPU, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 13MP primary camera, 1080p video recording, 1MP front camera, LTE support, 1,800 mAh battery, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean

There 500,000 YotaPhones available for purchase in Russia, Germany, France, Austria and Spain. In January you will be able to buy it in UK, Greece, Czech Republic and Cyprus.

2.1 million units sold of the PlayStation 4 in November

PS4Sony shared some details last month about their new console – the PlayStation 4. From the start of its sale in November 2.1 million units of the PS4 were sold with 700 000 of them being sold in Europe, Asia and Australia where the console was available in the last two days of November. At the initial start of selling the PS4 one million were sold for only 24 hours.

Did you know that all Vertu phones are handmade?

Vertu is a British manufacturer and retailer of luxury mobile phones established by Finnish mobile-phone manufacturer Nokia as a wholly owned subsidiary in 1998. Every Vertu phone is handmade in England by a single craftsman. A glimpse into their world.

Jolla smartphones in Europe

Jolla in Europe  Jolla, formed by old Nokia employees, is now processing pre-orders for their first mobile phone, called simply Jolla, to European customers. Most orders of the device came from its home country – Finland, followed by UK and Germany.

The phone has been on sale less than a week, since November 27 – right on schedule and all 450 units of the phone have been sold out to the most eager customers, who have been following its development from the begining.

When pre-orders are completed the phone will be selling for around €399.

The Sailfish OS is based on MeeGo (Linux-based free mobile operating system project) and is compatible with many of Android apps through the pre-installed Yandex store.

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Android 4.4 KitKat with 1.1%

Android 4.4 KitKat is gaining speed in November. The new version of Google’s operating system is gaining speed, as Google released November’s distribution numbers.

Surely enough Jelly Bean is gaining popularity, as more and more manufacturers release it for their new (or older) devices. Android 2.2 Froyo is beginning to die out, as devices continuingly get more powerful and there is no need for old operating systems.

Lease used is Android 3.2 Honeycomb with unchanged 0.1% again this month.