Sunday, 3 March 2019

Samsung Galaxy M30 Specifications and Price in Nigeria and USA

Samsung Galaxy M30 Spec, Features & Price In Nigeria & U.S.A

samsung galaxy m30

Samsung Galaxy M30 Spec, Features & Price In Nigeria & U.S.A

The Samsung Galaxy M30 mobile is easy to use the phone for your day to day lifestyle and it comes with a 6.38 inches HD screen.
The device comes with a 13 megapixels camera on the rear and 16 megapixels on the front to capture crisp and bright memories and incredible selfies.
It helps its customer even after the sale with real-time customer care that is only one click away. For example, you have Samsung plus app for “one-touch” access to join the support community to get tips and more.
The smartphone comes with a feature of easy mode that helps you to get right what you want with a simple interface. The simple interface shows larger fonts and few icons to make your search easy.
NETWORKTechnologyGSM / HSPA / LTE

LAUNCHAnnounced2019, February
StatusComing soon. Exp. release 2019, March 7

BODYDimensions
Weight
SIMDual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)

DISPLAYTypeSuper AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size6.4 inches, 102.2 cm2 (~85.6% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution1080 x 2280 pixels, 19:9 ratio (~394 ppi density)

PLATFORMOSAndroid 9.0 (Pie)
ChipsetExynos 7904 Octa (14 nm)
CPUOcta-core (2×1.8 GHz Kryo 260 Gold & 6×1.6 GHz Kryo 260 Silver)
GPUMali-G71 MP2

MEMORYCard slotmicroSD, up to 512 GB
Internal128 GB, 6 GB RAM or 64 GB, 4 GB RAM

MAIN CAMERATriple13 MP, f/1.9, PDAF
5 MP, 12mm (ultrawide)
5 MP, f/2.2, depth sensor
FeaturesLED flash, panorama, HDR
Video[email protected], [email protected]


SELFIE CAMERA
Single16 MP
FeaturesHDR
Video[email protected]

SOUNDLoudspeakerYes
3.5mm jackYes

– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
– Dolby Atmos sound

COMMSWLANWi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth5.0, A2DP, LE
GPSYes, with A-GPS, GLONASS
USB2.0, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector

FEATURESSensorsFingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass

BATTERY
Non-removable Li-Po 5000 mAh battery
Charging– Fast battery charging 15W

MISCColorsBlack, Blue
SAR0.41 W/kg (head)
PriceAbout 250 EUR | ‎₦103,000 | $285

Saturday, 2 March 2019

Huawei Mate X : Foldable Smartphone With 5G Full Specifications
Hauwei Mate X foldable smartphone

Just after Samsung Announced the Samsung Galaxy Fold which costs around $2000, the Huawei foldable phone has been released with 5G support.

Yeah.. It’s  going to be fast. This is coming after all the rumors we heard about the device.

Huawei Foldable Phone – How It Works

When unfolded you get  an 8-inch screen with 2480 x 2200 resolution. When it closes, you have a FullHD+ screen of 6.6-inch with 2480 x 1148 resolution or 6.38-inch with 2480 x 892 resolution, depending on where you fold it towards.


At the back of the smartphone there’s a module that runs along the side to fit the screen when it is folded and serves as a grip when you unfold the device to a tablet format. This module comes with a triple camera and the fingerprint scanner is moved to the side of the device,

 

Huawei Mate X -The Huawei Foldable Phone Specifications



  • Screen: 8-inch screen (FullHD+ and 2480 x 2200 resolution), a 6.6-inch screen (FullHD+, 2480 x 1148), a 6.38-inch (FullHD+ 2.480 x 892)
  • Processor: Kirin 980, octa-core with double NPU at 2.6 GHz
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Internal Storage: 512GB
  • Camera: 40MP + 16MP (Wide Angle) + 8MP (Telephoto)
  • Connectivity: 5G (6GHz), 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, USB type-C, IP53, fingerprint reader
  • OS: Android 9.0 Pie with EMUI 9.0
  • Battery: 4500mAh with 55W fast charge

 

Huawei Mate X -The Huawei Foldable Phone Price

Now let’s talk about the pricing of this device. The Huawei Mate X is well…

It would cost you the equivalent of a Brand new core i7 Laptop. The Huawei Mate X costs  $2600.
That’s roughly N964,000 Naira.

That’s too much. Huawei. I got to be honest.
What do you think about this phone.
YouTube bans comments on all videos of children
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YouTube says it will switch off comments on almost all videos featuring under-18s, in an attempt to "better protect children and families".
Several brands stopped advertising on YouTube after discovering that paedophiles were leaving predatory comments on videos of children.
YouTube had originally disabled comments on videos that were attracting predatory and obscene comments.
But it will now disable comments on almost all videos of minors by default.
It said the change would take effect over several months.

What was happening?

The BBC first reported that paedophiles were leaving explicit comments on YouTube videos back in 2017.
As well as leaving obscene or sexual comments, they were also using the comments section to signal content of interest to other paedophiles.
At the time, YouTube said it was "working urgently" to clean up the site.
However, in February this year advertisers including AT&T, Nestle and Hasbro suspended their ads after more predatory activity was found.

What has YouTube announced?

In a blog post, YouTube said its new policy meant videos of very young children would automatically have the comments section disabled.
The move is likely to include videos of toddlers uploaded by parents, as well as short films featuring children by established YouTube stars.
Videos of older children and teenagers will typically not have the comments disabled, unless a specific video is likely to attract predatory attention. That could include, for example, a video of a teenager doing gymnastics.
YouTube told the BBC it would use algorithms to detect which videos contained children.
Millions of hours of footage are uploaded to YouTube every day.

When will comments be permitted?

A small number of YouTube content creators will be allowed to enable comments on videos featuring children.
These channels will be trusted partners such as family video-bloggers or known YouTube stars.
However, they will be required to actively moderate their comments and demonstrate that their videos carry a low risk of attracting predatory comments.

YouTube said it had developed a system that was better at detecting predatory comments and removing them.
Previously, it had said it would stop video-makers earning ad revenue if paedophiles left explicit comments on their videos, but this will no longer be necessary.

What further action is being taken?

In addition to updating its comments policy, YouTube said it had terminated several channels that were "endangering" children.
The ban included several channels that were adding shocking content in the middle of children's cartoons.
It named FilthyFrankClips as one of the banned channels. It had released a video instructing children how to cut themselves.
"Nothing is more important to us than ensuring the safety of young people on the platform," said YouTube chief executive Susan Wojcicki on Twitter.
YouTube's app for children - YouTube Kids - has been criticised for using algorithms to curate content. Inappropriate videos have repeatedly been discovered on the service.

How have creators responded?

The comments left by fans on YouTube videos help the platform's algorithms decide which videos to serve up and recommend to viewers.
Creators have expressed concern that being forced to disable comments on their videos will affect the growth of their channels.
Despite the wide-ranging new policy, comments will remain part of the recommendation algorithm.
"We understand that comments are an important way creators build and connect with their audiences," YouTube said in a statement. "We also know that this is the right thing to do to protect the YouTube community."
Andy Burrows from the child protection charity NSPCC said the announcement was an "important step".
"We know that offenders are twisting YouTube videos for their own sexual gratification, using them to contact other predators and using the comments section as shop window to child abuse image sites," he said.
However, he called for an "independent statutory regulator" that could "force social networks to follow the rules or face tough consequences".