Pokemon Go : Bangladesh still waits for official launch – Asia Update

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Pokemon trainers in Jakarta, apparently have started their journey on catching some Pokemon. Indonesian Pokemon trainers were the first ones to start off Pokemon Go in Asia. Bangladesh, India , Pakistan and other Asian countries still wait for the servers to be up and running this week. Continue reading Pokemon Go : Bangladesh still waits for official launch – Asia Update

SMARTPHONE BATTERY : CHEAT SHEET #STAYMOBILE

Apple, BlackBerry, Samsung and other global brands have come up with smartphones equipped with powerful mobile operating systems such as Google’s Android, Nokia’s Symbian, Apple’s iOS, etc, that allows users to play games, listen to songs, snap pictures, have access to the Net and even stream videos. Continue reading SMARTPHONE BATTERY : CHEAT SHEET #STAYMOBILE

Slim is Sexy – Samsung Galaxy S III

Recent smartphones are all on the race of a bigger screen, some achieved it with gaining less fat , some just were too lazy to workout.

Its back , Motorola started the Slim Sexy Design back in the days of  Moto Razr. Recently Droid Razr sliced its belly fat to a whopping 7.1mm THIN. Now self proclaimed No.1 in SmartPhone “SAMSUNG mobile” maybe following Motorola Android trends as numerous sources likes of GSMarena, are expecting the New Galaxy S III to aim for the 7.1 mm mark. Or maybe Samsung can put more thought on SmartPhone innovative design rather than just mixing up top notch hardware and cooking a “khichudri” of dual cores and rams.

What ever they do , rumors like 3D screens and Stylus comeback are over the air as 27th Feb , MobileWorldCongress approaches.

It would rather be welcomed and much appreciated if the Koreans learn how to design a smartphone with non plastic materials. And forms that aren’t “inspired” from iPhones! Samsung have done great at introducing SuperAMOLED screens and has really pushed Android to a respectable OS on the war of ecosystems. But its time Samsung start investing of Design Team like Sony and Motorola are pressing on.

 

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