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Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9+ Features

After much rumors and guessing from various tech blogs and gurus, Samsung Mobile unveil the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ flagship duo at the ongoing Mobile World Congress. Here are some of its features

The new devices are helming Samsung’s 2018 smartphone portfolio with new hardware but old looks.

Both S9 and S9+ retain the familiar glass-sandwich design with water-proofing, aluminum frame, curved Gorilla glasses, and everything. Samsung has trimmed the screen bezels a bit and thus both phones have insignificantly smaller footprints than their respective predecessors.

The minor changes in the design include a well-hidden iris scanner, a properly placed fingerprint reader, and a changed grille for the bottom speaker.

The Infinity Super AMOLED screens are here to stay, both with Quad HD resolution. The Galaxy S9 has a 5.8″ big screen, while the Galaxy S9+ opts for a 6.2″ unit – just like last year. Samsung promises even deeper blacks than before, whatever that means for an OLED screen.

Both the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will run on the latest Exynos 9810 everywhere but North America and China. The new SoC has an octa-core processor with a pair of third-gen Mongoose core at 2.9GHz and a quartet of Cortex0A55 at 1.9GHz. There is an 18-core Mali-G72 GPU and 4GB (S9) or 6GB (S9+) of RAM.

The latest Qualcomm chipset – Snapdragon 845 – will power the duo in North America in China. It has an octa-core Kryo 385 processor, Adreno 630 GPU, and the same RAM – 4 gigs for the S9 and 6 gigs on the S9+.

The camera is where the new Galaxies have seen the biggest lift. The 12MP main camera on both phones is now capable of variable aperture – you can choose between f/1.5 and f/2.4. There is optical stabilization, and dual-pixel phase-detect autofocus. Unfortunately, the LED flash is staying single for another year.

The selfie shooter is borrowed straight from the S8 – an 8MP one with f/1.7 lens and autofocus.

The Galaxy S9+ is exclusively getting a secondary telephoto camera – the same as on the Note8. It’s a 12MP sensor with f/2.4 lens, OIS, and dual-pixel AF.

Both smartphones support 4K at 60fps capturing in the new HEVC format, as well as 720p slow-mo recording at 960 fps – just like the most recent Sonys. One major difference between the Xperias and the Galaxy S9 smartphones is the automatic event detection – no more hit and misses of those precious moments. The slow-mo has lesser cool time, too, now it’s just 2s. And finally, Samsung offers easy editing of those clips, including one-click gif export.

Finally, both Galaxy S9 and S9+ come with a premium AKG by Harman stereo speaker setup with Dolby Atmos support. Samsung says those are 40% louder over the S8’s speaker.

The S9 duo runs on Android Oreo with the latest Grace UX. There is new support of AR Emojis, improved KNOX, and Intelligent Scan security making use of the iris scanner and face unlock at the same time.
The batteries of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are the same as on the S8 and S8+, no updates here.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ will launch next month in Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Titanium Gray, Lilac Purple. Pricing, promotions, and exact availability is yet to be announced.

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Welcome to the big Screens! Apple launches iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max in Nigeria

Apple, the world’s leading smartphone maker, on Friday, launched iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max in Nigeria at the Villa Medici, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Popularly referred to as ‘The Big Screens’, the iPhone Xs and Xs Max are Apple’s most recent products right after the iPhone X and iPhone 8 plus. It is a worthy upgrade to the iPhone X with a handful of remarkable improvements.

Sivadoss Vijayakumar, Regional Head, West Africa Operations, Redington, spoke on the need for continued innovation and unique additions in creating devices that cater to the demands of users through applicative and emotive value.

“It has been a commendable journey for Apple in Nigeria and last year, iPhone X was a game changer for us all. Year by year, Redington is going strong and is continually committed to making this relationship stronger with your continuous support and trust,” he said.

This year marks the largest displays ever included on iPhones, with the iPhone Xs and Xs Max each featuring 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch Super Retina displays with custom-built OLED panels that provide the industry’s best colour accuracy, true blacks, and remarkable brightness. The devices also offer True Tone technology, which uses an ambient light sensor to adjust the white balance of the display to match the ambient lighting in any room.

The iPhone Xs and Xs Max come with unrivalled technology as Apple looks to further cement its place as the leader in mobile device manufacturing.

See below the iPhone Xs key specs and features;

• 5.8-inch Super Retina display (OLED) with HDR

• IP68 dust and water resistant (maximum depth of 2 meters up to 30 minutes)

• 12MP dual cameras with dual OIS and 7MP TrueDepth front camera—Portrait mode,

Portrait Lighting, Depth Control, and Smart HDR

• Face ID for secure authentication

• A12 Bionic with next-generation Neural Engine

• Wireless charging—works with Qi chargers

• iOS 12 with Memoji, Screen Time, and Group FaceTime

iPhone Xs Max key specs and features;

• 6.5-inch Super Retina display (OLED) with HDR

• IP68 dust and water resistant (maximum depth of 2 meters up to 30 minutes)

• 12MP dual cameras with dual OIS and 7MP TrueDepth front camera—Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting, Depth Control, and Smart HDR

• Face ID for secure authentication

• A12 Bionic with next-generation Neural Engine

• Wireless charging—works with Qi chargers

• iOS 12 with Memoji, Screen Time, and Group FaceTime

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How To Get Glo 5.2GB For N100 and 10.4GB For N200

Hello guys, I bring to you another cheap browsing cheat on Glo Nigeria. I won’t call this free browsing cheat, as we are paying little for more value.

How about getting a whopping 5.2GB for N100 and 10.4GB for N200 on Glo network? Interesting right? Recall, we once posted Airtel cheap data cheat by porting lines, which gives 2GB for N100 and 10GB for N500. That same steps is quite similar to this.

Before posting this, it has been tested and confirmed by NAIJARAY. In this post, we will reveal the full steps to enjoy this cheap Glo data trick.

How To Get Glo 5.2GB For N100 and 10.4GB For N200
Note that this latest trick may select Sim.
First of all, you need to migrate to Glo Jollification package by dialling *603# and a whopping bonus of 10.4GB will smile at you on every recharge of N200 via your Bank or recharge through OneCard (N200 PIN) while 5.2GB will also smile at you on every recharge of N100 via bank or recharge through OneCard (N100 PIN).

How To Check Data Balance

Dial #122# to check your data balance.

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HOW TO GET 1.2GB FROM MTN WITH #150 For A Month

Good day everyone Naijaray.com bring to you another trick blazing hot for now.
Getting cheapest data subscription is rare at the era of Buhari.
Naijaray.com bring to you how to get MTN 1.2gb for #150 only lasting for one month.

First step 👇
Migrate to MTN ipulse…
How To migrate?
Send 406 to 131 or dial * 406*1# and migrate to MTN Pulse tariff plan. As soon as you migrate into the MTN Pulse tariff plan, minutes spent on calls will be accumulated. At this point, your calls to all National numbers will be charged at 25k/sec.

2nd step  👇
Dial MTN Users
* 344*2# and

THIRD STEP  👇
Follow instructions by clicking on option 1(buy data) then subscribe for 1.2gb for 150/month..

NOTE:-It only works Perfectly on MTN PULSE TARRIFF PLAN

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