JiaYu G4 vs Umi X2 Specs Comparison, Quad Core Beasts Fighting

Fun Kruti | Thursday, February 14, 2013 | 0 comments
JiaYu G4 vs Umi X2: Now we see China based smartphone manufacturers are making their way to Indian market. Zopo started the proceedings last year. In this year JiaYu and Umi are making their way. Soon more companies will launch their products in Indian market. It virtually kills the competition among the Indian manufacturers like Micromax, Karbonn, Spice etc. If a JiaYu releases a quad core smartphone and provides 3 or say 6 months replacement warranty who will be interested in Karbonn S1 Titanium. Similarly, if the flagship model of JiaYu G4 with 2 GB RAM, 3000 mAh battery or Umi X2 is launched in market at around Rs 12000 it will kill Micromax Canvas HD. Now the only reason to buy a Micromax or Karbonn is after sales service. I am not too sure about the after sales plan of these companies but there must be something for the buyers. I am sure when these companies are emerging they have long term business plans. To see the rest we have to wait till the end of this month-
JiaYu G4 vs Umi X2
JiaYu G4 vs Umi X2

JiaYu G4 vs Umi X2

JiaYu G4
Umi X2
Operating SystemAndroid 4.1 JellyBeanAndroid 4.1 JellyBean
SoCMediaTek MT6589MediaTek MT6589
ProcessorQuad 1.2 GHz Cortex A7Quad 1.2 GHz Cortex A7
GPUPowerVR SGX544PowerVR SGX544
RAM1 GB/2 GB ( Two variants are coming)2 GB
Display Size4.7 inch5.0 inch
Resolution720x1280 pixels HD1920x1080 pixels full HD
ProtectionCorning Gorilla GlassCorning Gorilla Glass 2
Storage4/32 GB32 GB
Primary Camera13 MP, AF, Dual LED flash13 MP, F2.0 aperture, AF, LED flash
Video Recording1080p full HD1080p full HD
Secondary Camera3 MP1.9 MP
DataGPRS/EDGE Class 12, HSPA+ speed up to 42 Mbps, HSUPA speed up to 5.76 MbpsGPRS/EDGE Class 12, HSPA+ speed up to 42 Mbps, HSUPA speed up to 5.76 Mbps
ConnectivityBluetooth v4.0, Wi-Fi, micro USBBluetooth v4.0, Wi-Fi, micro USB
Battery1800/3000 mAh2500 mAh
EntertainmentMusic, video player, FM RadioMusic, video player, FM Radio
Audio EnhancementN/ADolby Mobile Sound
No of SIM CardTwo, Dual StandbyN/A (possibly dual)
DimensionN/A8.9 mm thickness

JiaYu G4 vs Umi X2: Final Words

Well, in this post I am not concluding anything as most of the specs are unknown. We have to wait till the launch. But one thing I can say, both these smartphones will equip some out of the box specs especially if you consider the price of these handsets.

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Buying A Smartphone? Wait Till October

Fun Kruti | Monday, September 17, 2012 | 0 comments

The widely-rumoured Apple iPhone 5 is scheduled to make an appearance on 12 September, Nokia-Microsoft, too, is allegedly launching new smartphones and Samsung has already released a new Windows 8 phablet (phone that masquerades as a tablet).

Going by Gartner's latest mobile and smartphone sales figures, demand for the iPhone 4S has already slowed presumably because people are waiting for the new iPhone to launch.

If there is indeed a new Apple device (and in all probability, there will be), it should surface in Indian markets or on leading online e-commerce websites 30-50 days after the actual announcement.
Predictably, it will also result in price mark downs for the older iPhones (like the iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 etc).

Motorola Mobility is also set to host its own event in September to showcase some new smartphones and Amazon.com too has a media gathering planned in Los Angeles that is widely believed to unveil the company's first smartphone offering, along with an updated version of its Kindle Fire tablet.

The only notable vendor silent this year is BlackBerry maker Research in Motion which has delayed its new platform (BB10), expected to challenge the market leaders, until early 2013.

Even if you're not obsessed to own the latest smartphone hardware and software in the market, it's still recommended to wait out a few weeks, as prices on current lot of hardware will inevitably drop as newer devices become available.

So, let the big vendors take the wraps off their new smartphones before you go and invest more than Rs 20,000 to own that value-for-money handset.

Apple and device upgrade logic

The arrival of the iPhone 5 should provide the greatest upgrade opportunity yet as the expected new design with a larger screen and likely other stylistic changes to the form factor will certainly make a strong case for iPhone 4 users to upgrade.
But if you bought the iPhone 3GS or are still carrying either the iPhone 3G or the original iPhone, then even the iPhone 4S makes an affordable and a very sensible upgrade.

A new iPhone could drive down the iPhone 4S prices and hence it is best to wait until Apple unveils whatever it has to. Logically, Apple follows the 2-year customer cycle and that indicates its time we see a new hardware from them.

Clearly a premium smartphone, Apple knows very well that people wouldn't be able to upgrade every time a new iPhone came out if they started launching two models a year (like other companies).

That's why the approach is adding software upgrades and few cosmetic hardware tweaks, just as they did between the iPhone 3G and 3GS and later the 4 and 4S.

Samsung's salvo

The sixth-generation iPhone may be just 10 days away, but rival device-makers are making sure that Apple doesn't have the spotlight all to itself.

Even as Samsung continues selling its Galaxy SIII and Galaxy Note products in high numbers - despite losing a high-profile patent dispute with Apple last week, the company at an electronics show in Berlin announced a new Windows 8 phone called ATIV S.

The new smartphone sports a high-end 4.8-inch display, Gorilla glass display and an 8-megapixel rear camera and 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera, detailed an official Microsoft blog.

The device will be available in October-November.

South Korean rival Samsung, which is also Apple's primary smartphone competitor, shipped more than 50 million smartphones in Q2 2012, twice as many as Apple during the same period. It clearly has become a new favourite of the smartphone crowd.

Samsung also showed off an updated version of its Google Android-based Galaxy Note phablet.

The latest version boasts of improved stylus functions (allows users to scribble notes, select areas on the screen etc), a 5.5-inch screen, quad-core processor and the latest version of the Android operating system.

Company has not confirmed a launch date but it is said to be in markets by October.

The original Galaxy Note was showcased at IFA 2011 and despite an odd-looking 5-inch display screen meant to define this phone-cum-tablet in the smartphone crowd, it was a hit in many markets.

Windows 8 and Nokia

According to Taiwan-based publication DigiTimes, which covers the electronics components industry, Nokia has a slate of Windows 8 devices up its sleeve, ready for its 5 September event (just one week ahead of Apple) at Nokia World 2012 in Helsinki.

Nokia has also released a teaser video on YouTube announcing "Things are about to change on 5 September 2012."

The next version of Windows Phone from Nokia will use the same code kernel as Microsoft's forthcoming Windows 8 – which has just been "released for manufacture" to computer makers and partner OEMs.

Analysts and technology blogs have speculated that at least two new Lumia handsets are expected to be announced.

The major plus for Microsoft's push into emerging markets with its phones later this year is that Nokia, unlike in the United States, has an almost unmatched reputation in the emerging countries (like India and China) for producing quality devices.

Others like HTC, Samsung, Acer, ZTE, and Huawei are also expected to make top-end products based on the new mobile operating system.

More hardware for the Android

Google's Android OS, an open source platform, is widely accessible to all mobile manufacturers. As Android's hardware ecosystem evolves, there are new devices coming out more or less every week (in the next 2 months), presenting consumers a very exciting slew of handsets.

For starters, Samsung's South Korean rival, LG, is set to roll out a device similar to the Galaxy Note, with a 5-inch screen and stylus later this year.

LG has also officially announced the LG Optimus G that is said to have a quad core processor, 2GB RAM, 13 megapixel back camera & a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, 2,100mAh battery along with a 4.7 inch display.

The device will be shipped with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but will be upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

Sony too is serious about clinching its place in the smartphone race. The company unveiled three new Android smartphones - Xperia T, Xperia V and Xperia J - which it hopes will turnaround massive losses and a degrading reputation.

Xperia T is a 4.6-inch, dual-core processor smartphone that comes with Android 4.0.4 at the time of launch with a promised update to Jelly Bean.

Xperia V will sport a 4.3-inch display and dual-core processor and the budget-friendly Xperia J is a 4-inch touchscreen smartphone. Sony's emphasis on the display

The company has not announced any pricing or launch dates but the devices are expected to be in markets by Q4 2012.


Fun Kruti | Wednesday, August 29, 2012 | 0 comments


FIFA 13 captures all the drama and unpredictability of real-world soccer, and is driven by five game-changing innovations which revolutionize artificial intelligence, dribbling, ball control and physical play. It is the largest and deepest feature set in the history of the franchise. These innovations create a true battle for possession across the entire pitch, deliver freedom and creativity in attack, and capture all the drama and unpredictability of the real-world game.

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  • Overview
  • Attacking Intelligence - Players have the ability to analyse space, work harder and smarter to break down the defense, and think two plays ahead. Plus, players make runs that pull defenders out of position and open passing channels for teammates.
  • Complete Dribbling - Face your opponent and use precise dribble touches combined with true 360-degree mobility with the ball. Be more creative and dangerous in 1v1 opportunities.
  • 1st Touch Control - A new system transforms the way players control the ball, eliminating near-perfect touch for every player, and creating more opportunities for defenders to capitalise on errant balls and poor touches to win back possession.
  • Platforms: PC, PC Download, Playstation 2, PlayStation 3, PSP, Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360
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Symbian Anna v7.9 for Nokia 5800 5530 5230 and X6

Fun Kruti | Monday, August 27, 2012 | 0 comments
To celebrate we reached 1,000 followers on Facebook , the last update CFW Symbian Anna for Nokia 5230 5800 5530 X6 , and thus officially said goodbye to Symbian S60v5 . This new version fixes all bugs that we reported in the previous version, updated all native applications to its latest version and after reading many documents we want to present the best firmware that we have created, focused on the most of the phone with an excellent command of RAM you will notice instantly, additionally you will enjoy all the characteristics that have the new equipment through the new Nokia Symbian Anna v7.9.
TEAMWHO CAN USE THEWho can not use
NOKIA 5800
RM-428 and RM-356
Everyone, absolutely everyone no matter the RM 5800, or version, or color or anything ... ALL! Believe me XD
NOKIA 5530
All 5530 regardless of the RM, or version or anything ... All!
NOKIA 5230RM-594All be RM 5230-594Those with other RM
RM-559 and RM-551
All X6 firmware or lower v40.0.002Those with the version 40.2.002
New Features

  • New RAM memory optimization (Exclusive)
  • Modification of Symbian OOMonitor that fixes several bugs in handling the RAM (Exclusive)
  • Processor speed increased to 536 Mhz really (Exclusive)
  • Correction levels battery sensor, now it works and reports the exact value (Exclusive)
  • New Web Browser v7.3.133
  • Dll Modified the browser cache to point the external memory. (Exclusive)
  • New startup sound.
  • QWERTY keyboard, Symbian Anna
  • Corrected errors in the camera icon.
  • Effects renovated, with kinetic response.
  • New Nokia Pure Font much more readable.
  • Nokia Store integrated and updated to version 1.30 (05) August 2012
  • Fixed incompatibility with Bluetooth headsets on the Nokia 5530
  • Fixed version number in the firmware of Nokia 5230
  • Optimized startup applications.
  • Unlock screen "Tap Unlock" with notifications enabled
  • Changes in the system cache for apps to faster.
  • Improved InstallServer correcting problems when installing some applications
  • Desk with original transparent Widgets Symbian Anna (Exclusive)
  • Default theme Symbian Anna Firmware designed exclusively for this courtesy of @ aj23thememaster
  • Built with the core of the Nokia N97 mini which allows better management of the RAM
  • Support for emoticons and symbols on the keyboard messaging
  • Horizontal menu to full screen with the bar down
  • Integrated Nokia Maps 6.3 (Exclusive Version)
  • Language English and Spanish Latino
  • Improved Sidebar improving much smaller space in all applications
  • Image on and off the original Black NOKIA Symbian Belle
  • The Tap Unlock unlock system saves RAM and increases battery performance
  • Light Behavior reprogrammed
  • Firmware thorough cleaning to get more free space.
  • But all the other advantages of the previous version Anna v7.



    Symbian Anna v7.9 for Nokia 5800
    Version 60.0.003

    DischargeSymbian Anna v7.9 for Nokia 5530
    Version 40.0.003
    DischargeSYMBIAN ANNA v7.9 for NOKIA 5230Version 51.2.002
    DischargeSYMBIAN ANNA v7.9 for NOKIA X6version 40.0.002
    Here's our tutorial explained step by step with pictures and even video for newbies: INSTALL A MODIFIED IN YOUR NOKIA FIRMWARE
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