Smartphones with batteries that fully charge in 5 minutes could come next year


Surely these days most of us can’t have our smartphones to last up till the end of the day without having to recharge it in between. But recharging your phone simply takes too long and needs at least one hour or more. Well, this could be different when the quick charging technology by an Israeli start-up StoreDot, which is claimed to be able to fully charge your smartphones in only 5 minutes and would be available next year.

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Sony Xperia XA1, a powerful camera phone gets released in Canada


The Sony Xperia XA1 is an Android 7.0 smartphone which made its debut in the February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and now is available for purchase in Canada for a price around $235 USD. Videotron is selling the smartphone in Canada in two color options, a black and a white. There is also a Sony XB550ap headset, which is worth $80, to give away as promotional offer by the carrier.

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HTC U 11 could be another phone that drops the headphone jack


The iPhone 7 is the first smartphone in the market, having dropped its headphone jack. Personally, I think it’s not so good as you’ll have fewer choices of headphones when the original pair has stopped working. But in terms of a better design of the phone itself or better listening experience ,then dropping headphone jack will be a better choice for the phone makers.

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Huawei beats Apple to announce the first Force Touch smartphone – Mate S

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What’s Force Touch? It’s a new technology that’s been introduced by Apple on its Apple Watch, which allows different pressures to be applied to the watch’s interface for different controls. Apple has yet brought this new feature to the iPhone yet. And it’s been rumored that the Force Touch would be the biggest feature of the upcoming iPhone 6S.

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Nextbit Robin Cloud smartphone gets unlimited storage

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Lazy smartphone users surely seldom manage the storage on their devices, they’ll never bother to clean up some unwanted apps, photos, videos etc. Thus, they’ll always get the frustration of running out of space on their smartphones; making it a hassle having to carry additional external storage devices or buying memory cards with high storage capacities.

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