Meet The Gionee ELIFE 5.1 The World’s Thinnest Smartphone Makes Its Debut

The Gionee ELIFE 5.1 has set a new Guinness World Record for its diminutive dimensions — it’s just 5.1mm thick.

Although it is currently officially the world’s thinnest phone, don’t think that the handset is merely a gimmick. Ok, it isn’t packed full of the latest hardware components — just 1GB of RAM, 16GB of non-expandable memory and a choice of TRU Octa-core 1.7GHz or Quad core 1.2GHz CPU — but those components are packaged together elegantly, surrounded by a magnesium alloy external frame and topped with a 4.8-inch 720P AMOLED screen. Continue reading

Meizu MX4 Is Officially Launched

Meizu MX4

At long last, Meizu has unveiled its new model which has been named the MX4 in Beijing and it is exactly what we would have expected to see thus far. The Meizu MX4 sports a handy 5.36 inch full HD 1080p (1920X1152, and a whopping 418 ppi) of display. While that may be an odd sized at a 15:9 ratio, it is a powerful little device that is powered by MediaTeka MT6895 octa core processing system that utilizes the big LITTLE architect features that have 4 ARM Cortex of A17 processors and 4 Cortex of A7 processors. It boats 2 GB of RAM included in the device that covers all of your basic multi tasking requirements as well as 16, or a 32 or a 64GB of internal storage dependent upon the version that you buy. There is a 3100mAH non removable battery as well as a PowerVR Series 6 GPU which per Meizu and it’s said to be 88 percent more powerful than a GPU in the earlier model. Continue reading

Microsoft Kills Off The Nokia Brand

Nokia Lumia

Microsoft closed its deal to acquire the mobile and services division of Nokia last year, and now appears to be planning to stop using the Nokia and Windows Phone brands this holiday season in its marketing materials. The Nokia name dominated a huge chunk of the early history of mobile phones, and its demise will take some getting used to. According to an internal document obtained by GeekOnGadgets, Microsft will drop the Nokia brand from upcoming gadgets, but the Lumia moniker will remain. In case you’re interested in knowing more info on sesbet, stop by bets10life Continue reading