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Breaking!Newest DOOGEE DG580 is coming soon! Available only on Etotalk.com

DOOGEE seems cannot stop and keep changing. Another model which called Kissme DG580 is going to be released in August , and it is less than a month passed after last model DG310 was offered.

 

To facilitate the sales and marketing of this amazing new phone, DOOGEE has partnered with online consumer electronics giant Etotalk.com to offer the exclusive first sale of the DG580.

 

These two partners are excited to release the new model Kissme DG580, which retains the benefits of previous phones, such as Two True flash led, Wake Geature, new WCDMA 1900MHz,etc. Not only that, great improvements have been made in internal configurations such as memory expansion, systems upgrades, and chipset improvements.

What’s more, one new technology which is able to pair smart devices in only a short period of time has been applied to DG580.

 

As already mentioned above, the DOOGEE DG580 promises to be a truly world-class smartphone with top of the line features at a great price.

 

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Nine selling on KingSing S2 you need to know

KingSing K2 Dual Core 1.3GHz Dual Sim 4.3 inch WVGA 3G WCDMA 2.0MP Android 4.2 Smartphone

Anouncement – 2014 e-commerce industry summit’s only mobile sponsor: Elephone

Anouncement – 2014 e-commerce industry summit’s only mobile sponsor: Elephone

Testing Video about ZOPO ZP780

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ZOPO ZP780, Android 4.2, Quad Core 1.3GHz, Dual Sim, 5.0 inch QHD, 3G WCDMA, 5.0MP, Smartphone, Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor, E-compass, Wifi, GPS, FM radio, Multi-touch, Schedule Power on/off

ZOPO ZP780 Unboxing

Game Playing & Others

Little-Known Asian Smartphone Outperforms Qualcomm-Based Rivals For Half The Price

If you don’t yet know of the Alcatel One Touch Idol X+, I don’t blame you — the phone’s announcement at CES last month was a pretty low-key affair. On the other hand, this Chinese-made device (which is marketed under the TCL brand in China) is worthy of an introduction, because it could be the prelude to a significant shake-up in the smartphone market.

The Idol X+ is due to arrive in February with some decent specs — including a 5-inch, 1080p display and a 13-megapixel camera — alongside an attractively low selling price in the region of $319.99 contract-free. Its only major drawback, aside from a rather forgettable design and appearance, is a lack of LTE connectivity.

What makes this handset unique, however, is its processor: an unusual eight-core chip made by Taiwan-based MediaTek . This silicon is not only cheap (thus allowing the Idol X+ to be cheap too), but it’s also able to run all eight of its cores simultaneously, whereas alternatives from Qualcomm and Samsung stick to running four cores at a time.

Alcatel One Touch Idol X+

Unexpectedly good performance: the Alcatel One Touch Idol X+

Known as the MT6592, this chip has already been the subject of a lot of hype from within MediaTek. The company has put forward benchmarks showing something that ought to be impossible: that the MT6592 can keep pace with Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 800, which is generally found only in smartphones that twice as much as the Idol X+ (and also in the Nexus 5, which is Google -subsidized.)

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, however, so I’ve been working with a UK-based chip analysis company, GameBench, to gather some more rigorous and independent performance data about the Idol X+ and its processor. Unlike most other benchmarks, GameBench measures a phone’s performance while it’s running real-world applications — in this case, games downloaded from the Google Play store.  Not only does this offer more realistic measures of performance (including battery drain as well as raw speed), but it’s also much less susceptible to the sort of cheating that has affected some “synthetic” benchmarks.

And here’s the upshot: Although GameBench’s results are only preliminary at this stage, because they’re based on a pre-release Idol X+, they dosupport the notion that the low-cost MediaTek chip can keep up with, and even beat, the far more expensive Qualcomm processor. Compared to a Samsung Note 3 with a Snapdragon 800, the Idol X+ and its MediaTek chip delivered an 18 percent advantage.

According to GameBench’s CEO, Sri Kannan Iyer, the MediaTek chip particularly stood out for its battery life — a metric that mainstream customers generally consider to be at least as important as max performance:

“Although the Snapdragon is a solid all-round performer, MediaTek’s power efficiency was very impressive and it led to a higher overall result… In our preliminary scores, the MediaTek chip is better at playing popular 3D games, because it can play them smoothly for longer periods.”

‪中文(繁體)‬: 位於台灣台北市內湖區內湖路一段91巷「太陽科技廣場」C棟的聯發科技台...MediaTek could shed its “budget” image in 2014 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What does this unexpected result mean for the smartphone industry? Are phone buyers about to shift en masse to MT6592-equipped phones like the Idol X+, instead of buying Qualcomm-based models?

For the time being, I actually don’t think much will change, due to a flaw I mentioned right at the start of this article: the MediaTek chip doesn’t support LTE, and in 2014 a lot of people are going to want LTE phones, including in China. That’s probably why the stock market has so far barely reacted to MediaTek’s latest chip or to the optimistic projections in its recent quarterly report.

Then again, it’s only going to take around six months for MediaTek to put an LTE modem into the MT6592, and that’s when things are likely to get interesting. Once LTE becomes a commonplace feature, attention will return to the more traditional aspects of what makes a good mobile processor — namely, price and performance — and this is exactly the sort of battle MediaTek is equipped to fight.

Of course, by the time MediaTek starts delivering LTE-enabled processors in Q3, Qualcomm’s offerings will undoubtedly have improved too, and the Snapdragon 800 will no longer be its flagship product. But MediaTek should at least be able to mount a challenge for the mid-range tier, currently represented by the likes of the HTC One Mini and Galaxy S 4 Mini, which cost $300-$400 and use lower-specced chips like the Snapdragon 400. After all, if you offer superior performance and equivalent features for a lower price, people are eventually going to notice.

Official Games Video

This is only pre-installed service, not includes any gaming fees.

Colossatron: Masssive World Threat

Angry Bird: Bad Piggies

Toy Story: Smash It!

Where is My Perry?

Monsters University

Disney: My Muppets Show

Disney: Frozen Free Ball

Disney: Frozen Free Ball

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 = Budget 64-Bit CPU SoC!

Hot on the heels of our recent news regarding MediaTek MTK coming with 64-bit architecture in 2014 is a big announcement from Qualcomm. They’ll be putting out a 64-Bit CPU as well – the Snapdragon 410.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 will be using 28nm technology and will be available by mid-2013. Full 1080p HD playback and recording will be supported as well as 13mp shooting. The GPU will be Adreno 306.

The 410 is a full on SoC, including support for FM, NFC, 4G LTE, 3G WCDMA, and GPS with Glonass support.

Operating system wise, the Snapdragon 410 will support Windows phones, Android, and Firefox OS.

The 410 will support single, dual, and triple SIMs.

The great news is that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 will be used in budget phones priced in the sub-$200 range. A year back, I was writing about how Qualcomm should be shaking in their boots. Now it’s the other way around. I will always be a big fan of MediaTek, but they truly need to step up their game.

If 64-bit Qualcomm CPUs with triple-SIMs and international LTE support start coming in phones in the $200 ball park, this is bad news for MediaTek. Budget smartphones has mostly been MTK’s domain, and most of most of their success has been from making a very good budget CPU.

Specification wise, the MTK phones generally give far better bang for the buck. Try finding a 5″ IPS 1080p 2GB RAM / 32GB ROM phone from Qualcomm for $250. It doesn’t exist. I think Qualcomm is finally waking up to the fact that most of the world just can’t, or won’t shell out $700 for a phone with specs like this. This price range is a gigantic piece of the world market and I think they’re deciding it’s time to take advantage.

This is a full-court press and if MediaTek is paying attention, they need to come with something big or we may very well see players such as THL, Jiayu, TCL and Zopo switching teams.

 

More Info And Release Date On THL T100 Monkey King 2 Iron Man

The confusion regarding this product knows no bounds. Part of the problem is THL waited until a week before the official Chinese release to let the official Monkey King 2 specifications known. There are TWO different versions of this phone. We’ve known this for a bit, but THL just recently put the The Monkey King 2 full info up on the site. The Monkey King 2 is a TD-SCDMA + GSM version of the phone. The GSM bands include 850/900/1800/1900 on the Monkey King 2. The SoC is MT6592H.

The other version is the THL T100S Iron Man. As reported by the official site, it has 850/2100WCDMA and only 900/1800GSM. We still have some small hope it will be quad-band GSM. That this is a mistake by THL. It’s been known to happen before, but as the moment draws nearer and there’s still no clear answer, our hopes begin to dim. If it turns out this is only dual-band GSM, it will go down as one of the silliest moments in China phone history.

I’m trying to remain diplomatic here. The frustration, is that the phone is ridiculously awesome looking and has amazing specs. Sony F2.0 aperture camera, 3rd generation Corning Gorilla Glass, big 2700mA battery, NFC, OTG, OGS. It’s almost the perfect China phone. Except for what looks like what will end up being one huge glaring omission – quad-band GSM.

Normally we would worry a China phone doesn’t have 850GHz WCDMA, the thought of not having quad-band GSM doesn’t usually enter the equation except for sub-$100 China phones. What’s stranger still is the Chinese TD-SCDMA version has quad-band GSM. It seems spectacularly odd that the version built for international sale doesn’t include quad-band, but this is what it’s looking like.

We’re hoping the graphic designer was just having a bad day. Most sites have this as quad-band GSM, but the problem is that many of them just copy off each other. To add to their confusion, there are 2 versions, and the Monkey King 2 version does have all four bands.

It will be a true tragedy if they haven’t put quad-band GSM in the THL T100S Iron Man. Not only for Americans, but for anyone who ever will travel to that side of the world. This includes Canada, South America and Central America.

The official release date for Monkey King 2 is December 18th.

P780 Silicone Case

Silicone Case for Lenovo P780
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