Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is running Android 4.0, which is google’s operating system called android. The version of android is called Ice Cream Sandwich and that was released after the following; Android beta, Android 1.0 – Astro, Android 1.1 – Bender, Android 1.5 – Cupcake, Android 1.6 – Donut, Android 2.0/2.1 – Eclair, Android 2.2.x – Froyo, Android 2.3.x – Gingerbread and Android 3.x – Honeycomb. Samsung have released an update so you can upgrade your operating system to android 4.1.1 – Jellybean, which was shortly released after Ice Cream Sandwich. For the processor, it has a Quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A9, which is actually quite powerful. The S3 battery lasts up to 43 hours (depending on use) and the design really stands out. The browser supports HTML and Adobe Flash, which means it will support; youtube, facebook and many more applications. The S3 has a 4.8-inch screen, which looks pretty good and allows you to watch things in HD. There’s also an 8-megapixel rear camera with flash and 1080p HD video capture. The front camera is 1.9 MP and this allows you to video call others without lag. Overall, the Galaxy S3 is a brilliant phone and it is very sturdy. One thing I would note though is the screen is very easy to smash as I found out when my sister dropped hers (face down onto a stone). But on the upside, the phone is very stylish and the phone is very portable which means it is very easy to carry around with you....

Sony Ericsson Expria Mini Pro

The Sony Ericsson Expria Mini Pro has a slide out QWERTY keyboard, which is good for the people who don’t tend to like full on touchscreen phones but still like to have a keyboard as well. This phone runs on Google’s operating system (Android) and it is running the version 2.3, which is called Gingerbread. This operating system runs smoothly most of the time but with the Xperia there are occasional crashes such as when you are using too many applications, or you do not have enough memory left. The Xperia has a 1GHz Single Core processor along with 512 MB RAM, which is not bad for a phone really. The Phone has a 5mp camera which also has LED Flash. This is very handy because it allows you to take pictures at night. This phone also comes with a 0.3 mega pixel front camera, which allows you to video call your friends without any trouble. This phone comes with a built in browser, which supports Adobe Flash Player. This allows you to go on; Twitter, Facebook and loads more websites that require Flash. The Sony Ericsson also allows up to 32GB of expandable memory such as a micro sd card. However this phone only has 0.4GB of built in storage which means, if you have loads of apps it can run out quite easily. Due to the phone only being a 3 inch touch screen, it may not be suitable for a person who has bad eyesight. Overall this phone isn’t all that bad. It is suitable for a first phone and it is good for watching videos...

Iphone 4S Review

The Iphone 4S comes with either 16gb, 32gb or 64gb of storage space. You can purchase it in black or white which gives you a choice of colour. In height, it measures 115.2 mm (4.5 inches) and in width it measures 58.6mm, (equivalent to 2.31 inches). The depth of the Iphone is 9.3mm (0.37 inches) and it is quite thin compared to other phones. The Iphone 4S has wifi capabilities as well as GPS and 3g. For the display, it is 3.5-inches wide which means you can touch the screen with more than one finger (once you have correctly configured finger gestures). The camera is 8 mega pixels which allows you to record in HD (1080p). With the Iphone 4S it has face detection so it focuses the image better when you are taking photos. Then on the front it has a VGA camera which allows you to video call without any problems. A good feature about this phone is the battery. The Iphone 4S has a Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which allows it to last up to: 8 hours on 3G, up to 200 hours on standby, up to 6 hours on 3G internet, up to 9 hours on Wi-Fi, up to 10 hours on video playback and up to 40 hours on audio playback....

The Sims Freeplay iOS and Android

The Sims wasn’t particularly interesting up until the point where it had been published to work on mobiles and tablet devices. Sims Freeplay is a free version of the Sims for mobiles, you don’t have to go out and buy a disk and have the hassle of it taking ages to install on your PC. All you need is a compatible device such as a good Android device, an Iphone or an Apple IPod touch. At the bottom of the applications, there are needs that need to be met else your sim goes into a depressed and sad mood. However if you get them to be inspired, which is the mode when you have all of the needs met, they will be happier and you will be able to go out of the house. However if you leave them depressed for a while, the sim may get housebound. Overall these applications are very good and I would say they are probably one of the best out of all of the Sims made. I would recommend these applications to people aged 7-60 because if you have a chance to actually get into the game it can actually be quite fun. Also it gives you something to do when you’re bored and stuck at home. The Sims Freeplay is very easy to navigate around on and it is very user friendly....

Guide To Buying a Computer

In this world today, there are really high spec computers and there are low spec computers. There are many different reasons for choosing your computer. High spec computers are for more advanced people, who need them for everyday use because of their work or job. These computers tend to have faster processors in them and more memory than lower spec computers. They may also have a better graphics card in them, which helps display the pixels on the screen. This doesn’t mean that you can’t buy a high spec computer if you are only going to use it twice a week or a few days a week. It depends what you are going to use it for! If you going to use your computer for Facebook, email or just browsing the internet, then you should go for a lower spec computer. This is because if you are not going to use it often then it would be a waist of money to get a high spec computer. However, if you are going to use your computer a few times a week but for doing word documents, modeling, photoshop and the Internet, you may want to go for a high spec computer so that it doesn’t crash whilst using it so much. Many people go into stores such as; Pc World and Currys to buy a computer. If you look around for an assistant in the store and ask them for help, they will be able to guide you in the right direction and even give you some idea of what to go for to suit your needs. When you...

Guide To Buying a Laptop

When you are buying a second hand laptop there are a few things you need to look at such as: is there any cosmetic damage, does the internet work on it, is the screen damaged, does it charge, does it turn off if you unplug the charger, does it power down after so many minutes? The reason you need to check for these issues is because it could indicate that the laptop hasn’t been treated well. If they have a password set on the computer make sure (if you are buying it) they take it off or they give you the password so you can gain access to the laptop. The only problem with buying a second hand laptop from someone is it won’t come with any warranty, so if it fails you will have to pay for the repair. If you are looking to buy a brand new laptop from a retail shop such as Currys or Argos, it should come with some warranty already when you purchase your item. If you go down this route, ask the shop assistant which is the best laptop to suit your needs. Personally if you are just looking to buy a laptop for Internet use, storing files on and writing up word documents you won’t need a very powerful laptop for this. Myself I use my laptop on a day to day basis for all sorts of things such as email, playing music, storing files, writing up documents, playing games and Facebook. So I need a fairly powerful computer to handle these tasks. With new laptops they usually come with Windows...