For a while now, the terms Screen on time and battery performance have been used together in the same sentence. This is usually when smartphone users talk about how long their phones can last on a single charge or how well their batteries perform. Manufacturers use it in adverts too to describe how long a […]
Google Playstore Nearby Share is the latest feature on Playstore that all Android users should know about. Apps these days need to be updated frequently and regularly. If you use an Android device, then you’ll have to update apps via Google Playstore. This is especially true in the case of apps owned or managed by […]
As we all should know by now, ARM or Advanced RISC Machine is the company that has a monopoly on all Smartphone chipset design. All Smartphone SoC designs and instruction sets belongs to them. All inclusive, even Apple’s Bionic too. They even have a GPU business too. All Mali GPUs belong to ARM as well. […]
Frame rate and Refresh rate are sometimes used interchangeably and while they are very related, they do not mean the same thing. Frame rates simply mean the amount of frames (still pictures) that are pushed to the display by the GPU. It is measured in frames per second (fps). Refresh rates on the other hand […]
Our smartphone displays are a central part of our smartphone experience. One of the major functions of a smartphone display is to display (show) information. It helps us understand what is happening on our phones at any particular moment in time. We view photos, watch videos and play games on our phones via the display. […]
There are many options on the market and everyone would like to get their money’s worth.
Every phone needs to make calls and connect to the internet. To do this, it needs a cellular or smartphone modem for connection to a network.
It has been quite a journey, from the old (and painfully slow) analog radio networks to super fast 5G.
Understanding the different mobile network generations will show how far technology has come.
USB OTG and USB Hubs are technologies that help to provide more functionality to your existing USB port.
The first USB version of USB is the USB 1.0. It was released in 1996 and it is ancient by modern standards. It is very slow, with data transmission speeds of just 1.5 Mbps.