Smartphone Awards 2021!

[Music] all right welcome to the smartphone awards 2021. so as you can see by the table in front of me we've got plenty of smartphones that have all come out in the past 365 days or so or at least the calendar year in all shapes and sizes and well it's a bit of tradition around here to reward some of the best ones in a bunch of different categories for a bunch of different reasons to sort of incentivize and show the best of the stuff that came out during this year so we've got nine categories and in each one of these categories we're going to have an overall winner and that winner will get a shiny super cool mkbhd edition trophy which is sweet but then also we'll probably have a runner-up and maybe even some honorable mentions depending on how close the category is honestly some of these are toss-ups but some of these are pretty firm winners for sure but before we get into all of that i do want to take a moment of silence and remembrance of lg see we always want more competition in the smartphone space more variety more options and so it's always a bummer to end up with less than before so let's take a quick moment to remember when life was good all right let's give out some trophies so our first up category is best big phone now we already know most phones are pretty big that's not a surprise but i do want to reward the ones that make the best use of a lot of space so if you're going to go out of your way to get a bigger than normal phone you really want a phone that takes advantage of having that extra space big screen big battery big specs and just an overall good software experience to use it all so in 2021 we got a bunch of different versions of this but the best big phone for this year was samsung's galaxy z fold three and i'm really glad we have a folding phone that's able to win awards like this so obviously you've got the big 7.4 inch display on the inside and you close it up and you still get a very usable display on the outside i've talked at length about the idea of folding phones and the benefit it can possibly afford you and clearly they're getting better every year the technology is not perfect yet but fold three was kind of the hard work king of all the folding phones that came out like if you made me pick a folding phone to use right now full time it would without a question be this one and it gives you the best big phone experience of any phone out here immediately as you unfold it so huge shout out to the fold three for being a real option for a lot of people now i'm pretty firm on that being the winner but i do have some honorable mentions i'm gonna give a shout out to a non-folding phone galaxy s 21 ultra which also came out right at the beginning of this year as being pretty much the standard big phone experience big screen big battery big cameras big specs and great software everything about this phone hit all its marks and i also want to give a shout out to uh the gamer phone which has continued to either top this category or be right up near the top this is the rog phone five one of the special editions with this like matte white back but they've done the same thing they always do huge battery but it's also got a screen on the back it's got triple cameras it's uh it's a whole thing so for the gamers who like the front-facing speakers and the huge higher frustrated screen this is definitely still top of the list for people who are into that so then next up best small phone now this is uh it's the opposite of what we just went into clearly phone's been getting bigger and bigger and it's more and more rare to have a really good even flagship level phone that's small like genuinely small and so i want to reward this this is the thing that i sort of created a bunch of categories for in the first place it's like this phone might not get that many awards without this category but i do want to highlight it and so i actually think this is my closest race yet it could have gone either way between number one or number two but i'm gonna give my best small phone award my best use of not much space to the iphone 13 mini so we already know what this is about it's basically got all the same specs as the larger iphone 13 but crunch down into a smaller body iphone 13 is a flagship this one has the same cameras it's got the same performance it's got basically the same screen just smaller and it's all crunched down into a mini phone and it fixed what we were really complaining about with the last iphone 12 mini which actually won this award last year which was a kind of weak battery life by just making the phone a little bit thicker and giving it a physically larger battery all the things we like about a mini flagship phone are happening in the iphone 13 mini but it was close and i'm telling you it's close because it honestly could have gone either way and i would have been totally fine with it but i'm giving the runner-up for best small phone this year to samsung's z flip 3.

This is a small phone when it's folded but when you unfold it you end up with sort of a normal sized phone now it's debatable how much utility this has i mean you kind of use it the same way as a normal candy bar size phone but the fact that you're able to fit all of that normal sized phone down into half the size when it's folded and you get the satisfaction of closing it and you also get the ability to fit it into smaller pockets smaller bags and into smaller spaces makes this one a really fun option i like this phone a lot like i said i wouldn't choose it personally if i had to pick one of the folding phones but that's because i'm not a small phone person so this one is really compelling to see and they dropped the price all the way down to 9.99 at launch which made waves so another real folding phone option i'm also going to give two honorable mentions in this category for smaller phones one to the oppo find n which was released like literally right under under the buzzer it just got in on time but this is a smaller version of basically the z-fold three and i really liked it i talked about it a lot in the video about how it might actually be a preferred form factor and then the other is actually the asus zenfone 8 over here it's a pretty solid phone i mean it got really deep in the blind smartphone camera test like it does every year but also it's just a nice compact size i like the design and it fits in pockets like some of these other bigger phones don't if you're looking for a smaller phone definitely don't count out the zenfone 8.

So okay next up best camera who's going to get the camera award and the smartphones this year i feel like i kind of say this every year but i've mentioned it recently on twitter and i'll say it again it's kind of hard to go wrong really with almost any of the options on this table especially if you're spending premium smartphone money you're probably getting a pretty good camera and the differences come down to subjectivity but for me there really still is a clear winner for the best overall smartphone camera system because that's a whole package that includes not just the apps that use the camera but photo quality low light videos low light photos overall video quality different codecs and formats available and just what you would use to shoot videos with if you had the option this one's a no-brainer for me it's the iphone 13 pro so the iphone 13 pro is actually a pretty substantial jump up in the camera department from the last iphone which is also really good so it takes much better photos you might remember the really huge sensor from the 12 pro max last year that's now the primary sensor in these phones with the improved stabilization and it also has these new picture profiles which are super useful for changing the look of the photos and baking that in of course but then also prores video i shot an entire video on this channel during this year on an iphone 13 pro with 4k prores video super useful to have that available to you so just as far as overall smartphone camera package i got to go iphone 13 pro but i do want to give my runner up to a phone that's still to this day gets carried by i think more people in the tech world than any other that i know because of its camera and i still really like the photos it takes and looks and that is the pixel 6 and pixel 6 pro the pixel 6 pro here also has that telephoto camera some people like it a lot some people not so much but just as far as the the look of the photos the contrasty hdre computational look that you get out of a pixel still some of my favorite photos i've ever taken on a smartphone come from these cameras so it's still a google phone still making great photos shout out to the pixel 6.

I also want to give two little honorable mention shout outs one to the vivo x70 pro plus i didn't get to make a video on the phone this year but i'm going to give a link in the description to a really good one about it extremely interesting camera setup and also just the overall phone is well built but definitely worth checking out that camera and also uh to our blind smartphone camera test winner the pixel 5a which beat the pixel 6 in the first round and then just kept crushing right through and eventually won in the finals so i always do this it's on the table there it is pixel 5a shout out to the blind smartphone camera test winner so next category best battery best overall battery experience this is this is for your power users this is for people who need the phone to last not just all day but as long as possible maybe you want to go a whole weekend on one charge maybe you know you're not going to be near an outlet for an extended 20 plus hour international flight all this stuff you need the best overall battery there's a couple options here that are going to do really well and i like to factor in not just overall battery size but now increasingly in this award charging speed charging convenience wireless charging all that sort of stuff for just the best overall battery experience now that being said our winner this year is the iphone 13 pro max this is the battery experience king so again something apple did with their iphones this year is bump up the overall size and weight of their phones to include a physically larger battery now on paper it's not the biggest sale actually i think it's about a 400 milliamp hour battery or something like that but we know what apple's magic has been doing for the past couple years with their silicon and just optimization and these phones just last forever so this is easily a two-day phone for a lot of people and if you turn off promotion and just use it at 60hz all the time i can feel confident going a whole weekend maybe even three days on one charge on this phone so that's super cool to see it also has decently fast charging and also supports wireless charging but the runner up has yet again the at least tied for the largest battery of any phone that i tested that came out this year that's the rog phone five six thousand milliamp hour battery which is incredible to see it also has quite fast charging but it does not have wireless charging so that's something to keep in mind but again the whole gaming phone thing like they keep saying these phones are supposed to be really great just for gaming and they are but a lot of the things that are good for gaming are great for the rest of the media experience front facing speakers big higher fresh rate screens huge batteries who doesn't want that stuff so shout out to the gaming phone so next up we have our design award this used to be uh this used to be the build quality award and then it was like the flashiest coolest design but now i'm just it's just the design award this is the best overall design and this award is uh easily the most wide open totally subjective it's just what i like and how i feel about a phone's design and what i think is my favorite phone design of the year now there's a couple criteria that go into that just for me i i've said this before but i i couldn't give this to a phone that has like a super fingerprinty glossy back but there's a lot of things about holding a phone and just the way the the back feels even if you're not looking at it the way the camera bump protrudes or doesn't protrude things like that a lot to consider with a good design but it's got to look good at the end of the day and so my award winner for design for 2021 well that would be the samsung galaxy s21 ultra right here grabbing another award this phone was not only one of the best big phones but one of the best looking phones you can tell it's matte black so it's got a soft spot in my heart right off the bat but i i kept talking over and over again during the year about how i really appreciated samsung embracing the camera bump doing something unique with it and actually sort of making it look really good honestly it also has a great display that didn't curve over the edges nearly as much as previous generations which was nice also the display goes pretty much corner to corner center hole punch was fine with me just didn't really make any mistakes as far as design and holding it in the hand there's also a subtle thing that happens with a lot of the phones on this desk where if the camera bump is just the right size it kind of acts as a spot to hold with your finger depends on how big your hand is of course is just a personal thing but i really like that about this and several other phones here nevertheless galaxy s21 ultra gets my design award for 2021 but i do have a couple runner-ups because i want to give some shout outs to again things that i think went really well one oppo find x3 pro just this simple camera bump on the back here which was sort of sloped up you can tell it wasn't too jarring it just basically sort of curved its way onto the camera plateau on the back really like that also like the blue matte finish not a whole ton of dramatic colors on this desk you might have noticed so i'm a fan of when they do mix it up i really like to find x3 pro here also oppo again with the reno 6 this one i just like the way it felt just the the soft satin soft touch back not a lot of soft touch-backed phones out here and then let's just give a crazy design thanks for taking a risk award to the legion phone there's not a lot of phones like this out there i still remember shooting the thumbnail for this phone like you can there's two usbc ports you can charge it in double wattage if you want or super fast but it's a phone designed to be held mostly in landscape there's a battery on each side camera module in the middle fans front-facing speakers this was a it was a crazy phone but like in a world where you kind of only have a couple of shapes i'm glad we're still getting weird crazy stuff like that so i gotta at least shout that out so the next award is going to be called the value award now this is a different name from last year this used to be called the budget best budget phone award and basically i think the word budget means something different slightly different for everyone basically depends on how much you want to spend but i'm calling this best budget because this is just overall best bang for the buck that's the definition it can be any price it just has to have immense value and so now the value award actually goes to a phone that made its sibling look pretty bad in value which is kind of funny but it's the pixel 6 the standard google pixel 6.

so you can see why this isn't the budget phone of the year it wasn't that cheap it was 5.99 but the value you got from this phone at 599 with the tensor chip which performed really well with this high refresh rate oled display with these really great cameras which matched the pixel 6 pro decent battery life but also just overall nice charging and nice wireless charging this phone with its great software made the pixel 6 pro look like a bad deal it was that good and so i highly recommend this if you're looking in the pixel line and this gets my value award this is like a really easy phone to recommend because of the price it launched at now again this is a category that's changed over the years and obviously has a lot of competition there's phones like the poco f3 which have incredible value it's much more along the lines of a budget phone and deserves to be highlighted just for that there's also the samsung a52s of the world there's the realme gts of the world just a lot of good overall phones for less money i keep saying this good phones might not be getting cheap but cheap phones cheap phones are getting good all right so the next category the award you don't want to have to give but hey i'm giving it anyway it's the bust of the year basically the the worst phone to come out this year maybe not the worst overall phone actually but just the phone that shouldn't have happened the way it did i've given all kinds of different phones this award whether they launched at the wrong price or had awful marketing or just were just bad phones in general bad builds whatever generally like i said it's kind of hard to go wrong with a lot of the stuff on this desk whether you're looking at camera quality or battery or value this is part of the thing about living in the world of smartphones is there's so many good ones to pick from but i have to give a bust of the year and because i give a bust of the year i have to give it to the what is the 1500 uh surface duo 2.

It's the microsoft surface 202. so i remember when the first one of these phones came out and it obviously had one of the sweetest hinges which is a really nice piece of hardware one of the sweetest back folding hinges of any phone we've ever seen and so there's a little bit of hope that it might be amazing and maybe the second one would be amazing because they didn't have cameras and i don't know there's just a bunch of bugs with the software but we'll give it some time they launched the second one it's more expensive than the first one and it's worse it's just not as good um and so i'm kind of sad that it's not doing better like i want to see a phone like this which is dual screen instead of a single folding screen work i think it's a cool idea but as you could tell by the review video there's still just too much unfinished about it the software's still not great the camera is just not very good i mean to have those big cameras on the back to sacrifice the full 360 fold and still not be good cameras there's just no way to recommend that phone to most people lots of other things on this desk i could just hand any of these phones to most people i would just never give a duo to to anyone i really liked now next up this is this is one of my favorite awards to give the most improved award and often what we'll see is companies learning from their mistakes and actually listening and doing a much better version of something than the year before it's actually happened a couple times where a bust of the year turns into a most improved award the next year which is pretty cool to see but this year's most improved award just goes to a phone that did everything better than last year last year's phone not easy to recommend this year's phone kind of doesn't have any flaws they did a great job so the most improved award is going to go to samsung's galaxy s21 ultra as a huge improvement over the galaxy s20 ultra we all understood what samsung was trying to do with the ultra thing and when the s20 came out and the s20 ultra was the top of that line we saw the big numbers and we saw the 100 x on the camera and we knew what they were getting at but there were some weird autofocus issues with the camera never really resolved themselves and they ended up having to add hardware in future phones for that laser autofocus but generally hard to recommend the s20 ultra s21 ultra comes along and just nails it just everything again they they have a great screen great battery great cameras that actually focus and they still maintain a lot of those super big numbers and the ultra thing lives on so that's a huge improvement over last year and you know you generally you generally don't see like massive year-over-year jumps big gaps uh between phones but i do have some honorable mentions as well for most improved one is going to go to samsung's z-flip three not only did it become a much better phone with this larger display and better usability on the outside like this is one of the things that made the phone much easier to recommend but the price also went down that's huge that's incredible that you don't usually see a phone make it a big leap in usability and leap down in price so i want to shout out the flip 3 and i hope i hope other phones do that again to be honest i also will shout out iphone 13 pro just because we got a much better camera system and a much better battery and i don't know how many years late but we finally got the pro motion displays so camera screen and battery sort of the three most important things about a phone all got bumped up on this year's iphone pros so anytime you can nail the fundamentals like that you deserve a shout out good job but we've got our most improved and that s 21 ultra so that leads us to the final award of the night the biggest one actually the sort of the one we've all been waiting for which is the mvp the phone of the year now the thing about phone of the year is again now we're drifting back a little bit more into subjective territory meaning it's not just straight up the best phone to come out during the year but if you think about it kind of like the the mvp award in a sports league maybe maybe the nba or nfl or something like that it's a little more about that plus the impact you have on the game plus the overall like challenges you may have overcome there's just a little more that goes into the mvp plus a little bit of which one was my favorite so with all of that considered and looking at all the phones that came out this year in 2021 i think we got to give an acknowledgment to a phone that came out right at the beginning of the year and was one of the absolute best phones you can buy at its price the entire year and that's galaxy s21 ultra from samsung it's your mvp yet another award for this phone but honestly it deserves it i think it's really easy to forget about the phones that come out in like january february because this is a year old at this point now which is crazy to say compared to all the other phones here but the price did steadily drop a little bit i mean you can buy this phone now for like what 700 600 bucks which is kind of insane and it's really good at everything a big flagship phone should be good at it really doesn't have any of the flaws maybe you might have the camera be a little bit of a downside or you might have the battery be a little bit of a downside you know with pixel it was the battery with the gaming phones as the cameras like there's always something there's always something but galaxy s21 ultra on top of having a pretty great premium design to package it all nailed it they nailed it with this phone now i do have a runner up for the mvp the second highest voted in this imaginary world where i'm voting on these uh and that is the iphone 13 pro and again with this phone it comes down to okay they took the three most fundamental things about a phone and made them all way better than last year so overdue but they finally added the promotion 120 hertz viable refresh rate and it looks great with this battery they made the phone literally larger to have a much better battery life it doesn't necessarily charge super fast but that might be nice to see and then the cameras all got better world-class cameras great photo and video quality i wouldn't mind seeing usb-c or like having a charger in the box but the phone itself is really good and i really like using the iphone 13 pro and then i also want to give a shout out a sort of honorable mention in the mvp category to pixel 6.

i think this might be underrated as how important this phone actually is this year obviously this is the google phone so we're looking at you know google software all the stuff that comes from having a pixel but also tensor having your own custom silicon and that trend moving forward and being 5.99 at launch which is an incredibly good price for a phone that basically has all of the flagship features you'd probably want so why spend a thousand dollars when you can have a phone for 5.99 that does all the same stuff and so i i want to give that shout out the best value phone is also worthy as a second runner-up to mvp phone of the year but that's it that's it for my awards again this is all hand selected by the entire judging committee which is me so if you have any problems with them let me know in the comments section because i picked them all but also we can talk about these i think we're going to have a discord stages event pretty soon maybe in the next day or so so follow me on twitter or join our discord channel if you want to be up there and grab a mic and we can talk about it but generally i think my sentiment is still the same lots of really interesting phones still coming out even though they're mostly the same shape you know you still have a rectangle slab but you get crazy weird cameras or you get gaming aesthetic or you get you know tensor processor you get amazing world-class design like there's a bunch of different stuff available and you kind of have a hard time going wrong with a lot of it so shout out to great phones for being a great reason to be alive in 2021 that's been it for the smartphone awards i've been your host marquez brownlee thanks for watching and i'll catch you guys next year peace [Music]

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Pegasus: the spyware technology that threatens democracy

with just a single text it can bypass your phone's security and install spyware that grants complete access to your device it can access every message you've ever sent it can access every message you've ever received it can access every photo every video every email it can turn on your microphone it can turn on the microphone even when you're not using a phone call and just record what you're doing in the room it can turn on your camera it can record what's on your screen it can access your gps it can monitor your location and it can do all of this without you ever knowing the spyware technology that makes this possible is called pegasus pegasus is probably the most advanced piece of spyware ever developed it is effectively the most invasive form of surveillance imaginable any idea that you had that aspects of your life could be kept private and on the mobile phone are wrong so if you are someone who thinks that you're safe because you use whatsapp which is end-to-end encrypted or you use signal it really is meaningless once that pegasus is on your phone pegasus can infect both ios and android while remaining virtually undetectable so one of the ways that pegasus will attack your phone is through what's called a zero-day vulnerability this is a vulnerability that the phone's manufacturer doesn't yet know exists pegasus is the main product of a company called nso group which is an israeli surveillance company so the people who are using this spyware are government clients these will be governments around the world that the nso group have sold a copy of pegasus to a guardian investigation can now reveal widespread abuse of pegasus by nso's government clients the reason this investigation is so extraordinary is that we at the guardian have gained access through forbidden stories to a treasure trove tens of thousands of records the leaked records include the phone numbers of thousands of people who have been selected as potential targets by governments with access to pegasus before we had an inkling that this technology was being used in abusive way but now the doors have been just thrown wide open and we have a much greater insight into the scale of the abuse that has occurred just because a number appears in this list it doesn't mean it was definitely hacked but in some cases we've been able to go and check we've done forensics on the phone that the person was using at the time and in dozens of cases we found traces of either an attempted or a successful pegasus infection what we know about nso group and what they've said for years is that this is a law enforcement tool but i think what our investigations really revealed is the extent to which that is just a complete you know fantasy narrative the implications of this software being used widely are effectively an end to privacy for the people who are targeted by it that has very very serious ramifications for how people who have legitimate secrets which is everyone go about living their lives [Music] the most serious implications of something like pegasus is that it makes it much more unlikely that a dictatorial regime will become a democracy because those were already regimes and systems that were obsessive about trying to monitor their populations so they can control them and prevent them from you know rising up and overthrowing them and this technology exponentially increases your capacity to do that i do believe it poses a greater threat to democracy it's exposing that a lot of these technologies that we think are meant to keep us safer on our phones and even if we're somewhat aware of it that they're really not keeping us safe you

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Best Dual Phone Streaming Setup – Full Tutorial – Important Message in the END!!

You don't have a PC but you want to live stream. So here is the dualphone livestreaming with overlay with facecam So all here i will teach you step by step so you can achieve professional streaming even if you only use two cellphones. So it can be android to android. IOS to Android is also possible as long as you need two devices for our tutorial.

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In short admin ng pages im here log in my facebook account and thats it guys so here are the pages that we will use so here is the presume live studio and it has a sharescreen it has a screen cast so just hit him guys just swipe him right and then guys there it is so next let's like what i said earlier here you can place overlay widgets and alerts so it's very easy guys but our brothers and sisters for those who don't have a pc you have to find a way to have a pc now even if you just rent a pc and just borrow your friend we just need to go to streamelements or OWN3D.TV for a while, guys, you don't need too much time because you need a link so before we go to our PC do you want to have Animated overlays, animated webcamoverlays, or Highquality Panels exactly right because this video is sponsored by OWN3D Owned.Tv one top shopmall for all Content Creators and Streamers So everyone is here on Own3d.TV So simple once you need for Example The Overlay just search in the search box and you will go Straight to our window, so many designs will appear here Template for your streaming lay out If you want a transition, just search for Transition and go directly to our window and will show you various templates for the transition If someone likes that, offer it in That you can order it single or apackage But im as recommend go to apackage for right (Animated Overlay) (Animated Webcam Overlay) (Animated Pause Banner) (Animated Starting Banner) (Animated Talking Banner) And there is a (Youtube Banner) And last (Desktop Banner) Here is also the SinceTransition or what we call stringer Of course new panels and alerts are also here Example Of This It's nice, isn't it so simple, just go there, brothers and sisters, the link or in the description will appear on our screen And of course brothers we have a coupon code use code (LUCIO) Automatically Subtracted that by 50% don't ever forget the word lucio guys So you can save big and have a great overlay when it comes to your live stream So now we are here on our PC of course we will open the browser then you will go here to Stream elements log in your facebook here make sure that admin of the pages OK.

Let's go to streaming tools you can see here my overlays or overlays so whatever you choose your overlay here once you have selected create my overlay ok that's it once you choose that let's go to your my overlay at the bottom you will see the one you chose let's choose here the one with the lay out or the most lay out of the games so here is the one we will choose you will see that there are hidden ones means hidden ones you don't need him to lay out It's so simple, it's easy, just click them once you click, you'll see here on the left side what you clicked on For example, here I click on it, so this is it, so it has an eye logo, which means guys, if it's unchecked, it will come out, it should be hidden, if you don't need it You can arrange it here, it's up to you, you can arrange them, it's up to you to decide Once it's ok you're here upstairs you'll see the COPY URL you'll also see there are alerts that will work with you live streaming So guys COPY URL send it to messenger telegrams as long as it reaches your live streaming smart phone So we got the link, your strategy, that's how you can put it on streaming phones so I guys just sent him on messenger so I can get the links ang Stream Key So slide left you can see the widget prism live studio for the prism live studio you can see the WEB just click and here in the URL paste the LINK again of the stream elements or of OWN3D that will be yours So title is up to you whatever you put then save then it will appear here overlay just click it let's just fix it here overlay So it's up to you to design as long as I'm just maximizing on the phone and that's it so if it's ok just click that and slide it again left just click the link again then i lock nanatin ang layer So that he would not move.

So now let's go to ApowerMirror just simply minimize let's just go again let's go here to Apowermirror then on the other phone also go to apower then go to the gaming phone let's open even MOBILE LEGEND so you saw we screened on the gaming phone you saw there was no delay delay as long as our internet is strong You can see that there is no delay in our game, he just keeps up So now let's go here first to our Live streaming Cellphone then let's go back to the prism live Studio Once you are ready to go live make sure your phone is rotated then click live set destination let's select Facebook then here let's paste our Streamkey which we can get in Creator Studio It's very easy to use your phone if you don't have a PC so go with Safari or Google then go to our Address That's it make sure your facebook is logged in then go straight to Creator Studio then you will see the Live Producer so you can see your Stream Key and Server URL did you get it? that's where you can build the game we played if you play MOBILE LEGEND, CALL OF DUTY just tag it Our explanation is very clear so that's it paste Stream Key here save.

Before you click Live make sure your phones are rotated because if you don't duck rotated Portrait will go to Live Make sure he is in landscape then let's click live in 3 2 1. So he will enter our live Start now so ready he will come out here and let's go back to Apower let's connect our gaming Start Now let's go back to MOBILE LEGEND So now you can see here our overlay attached to our webcam you can enlarge that that's right you need a TRIPOD to put him where you want to put himphone For your face cam so I'm our brothers it's just so classic We're going to our PC so you can see that I'm really live now in my extra pages if you can see now I'm live here that's it guys we're already live that's you see we're just a little late Of course there in our Live Stream ok you can see but guys here we are the game no delay delay our internet speed is strong so that's how it is to live dual phone live streaming set so maybe this tutorial is very cool, it's super cool because it's more updated, it's better than before if it was made into a Streamlabs video setup.

PRISM LIVE STUDIO Colab Apower combination we just put them together I just experimented with applications that's how it's possible So like what i said earlier. but i want the iphone and android here in our set up? because listen carefully here is the reason for sure comment BOSS LUCIO we don't have Audio. in our game We only have a microphone because they are still the same as the PC Method when we do Mirroring using Apower to our PC and we don't have Audio right? when you use it's android So now the iphone is really intergrated because it builds in with it when you mirror everything with it when it comes to the iphone even the audio is captured. But with this Android to Android Method, just find out which phone can be captured by audio if we don't have anything we can do, it's not to Pc for those with Audio jack or everythings I posted an optional example of an audio jack using lapel earlier. Focus on the lapel on your gaming phone to capture the sound, that will be the main sound of Livestreaming, so who gets it ?.

So I hope this video helped you for sure guys many will be happy with it and we can help a lot here in our video. So that's it, thank you very much, I hope this video helped you, you want to enter the livestreaming of industry. again if you have a question you can comment below Boss lucio will read it and take it to heart and of courseStill Road to 100K BOSS LUCIO Don't Forget To Like, Share, Comment And SUBSCRIBE AND CLICK THE LITTLE BELL so you are always updated on all our Videos. So again I'm Louis Dior Teves AKA BOSS LUCIO Your Stream Coach for your Stream im tech problem Happy streaming.

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8 Android Settings You Need To Turn Off Now [2021]

– Eight Android settings to turn off now. It's been a couple of years since we've last recorded this video and the Android operating
system has changed a lot. Let's dive in. We're going to start with
install unknown apps. – Yeah, let's open up the Settings app on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3. If it looks different for you
in your Android Settings app, just tap that search
button on the main page of the Settings app, type out the things that
we're going to talk about in this video. Let's scroll down to
biometrics and security, then scroll all the way down and tap on install unknown apps. Do you want apps in your Android to be able to install other apps on your Android without your consent? – It's like having a party, the apps you've installed are the guests that you
invite to the party, but you're also saying
that they can invite all of their friends too, to your house.

Bad stuff can happen. – For instance, Chrome. Do you want to allow it
to download unknown apps? What I would recommend doing is just turning this off
for all of your apps. – Right.
– And then, if you find yourself in a situation where an app does need to
install a different app, come back here, turn on
the switch, there you go. So just tap that switch next
to allow from this source. That turns it off and the Android even says
installing apps from the source may put your phone and data at risk. – All it takes is one bad one. – Yep.
– So definitely turn this off. – If you want to see allowed, just tap on an app, turn it off.

There you go.
– Boom. – Let's go back to the main
page of the Android settings app and tap that back button, lower right hand corner of the screen. One below biometrics
and security is privacy. Tap on that and then
tap permission manager. Do you want apps to have access
to things like your camera, your microphone, your
contacts, all the time, some of the time? Do you want them to ask? Do you just want to deny them outright? This is where you set it. So, if we tap on camera, for instance, one to look out for here at the top, allowed all the time. These are apps that can
literally access your camera whenever they want.
– Right. – You probably don't want
them to have that power. – Nope.
– So if we choose Facebook, for instance, do you want Facebook to be able to use your camera app anytime you're using Facebook or you going to have them
to ask every single time? – I like "Ask every time" personally. – And if you're concerned
about a specific app too, like Facebook is a big
one for a lot of people, you can just tap see
all Facebook permissions and just set them all here.

So it has an access to my location and my microphone right now. So I tap on microphone again, all the time while using the app, or we'll "Ask every time". – [David P] I like "Ask
every time" for microphone. – [David L] Yeah.
– It's the right thing to do. – It really could be recording your conversation.
– It could. – Whenever you're using Facebook. – And if we go back to
the app permissions page, the next thing we want to
take a look at is location. Which apps do you want to
have access to your location? How often do you want
them to have that access? So allow it all the time. We have four apps right now, Amazon Shopping, Bixby Voice, Facebook-
– Me. – And Google. Do you want these apps to
have access to your location all the time when you're
using your Android? – Yeah, I suppose this
is a privacy concern, but for me, practical person,
more of a battery drainer.

They can use your location all the time. GPS is one of the biggest
drainers of a phone's battery, especially if an app isn't
using it responsibly. Definitely not all the time. – Yeah, so I tap on
Facebook again, for example, picking on Facebook today, but you know. – They deserve it.
– It's the right thing to do. – Allow it all the time. Allow only while using the
app, ask every time or deny. – Yeah.
– You know, pick the one that's right for you. We really don't recommend
doing allow all the time. – Yeah, allow all the
time's bye-bye battery. – And if you don't want
an app to have access to your location ever, you
can just have tap deny.

– Sometimes it's a bank app that wants access to your
location all the time. – Yeah.
– David had that problem. – Yeah, I had that issue with SEFCU. They want to your location all the time
– All the time. – You don't need it, you
don't need it ever, really. – No, I know where the bank is. The bank doesn't need to know where I am. – Boom, roasted. – Let's head back to
the main privacy page. Again, lower right hand
corner of the screen and a single look at send diagnostic data. This is going to send
data from your Android to the Android phone developer. Use a little bit battery life. Can use cellular data sometimes too. – Yep and can send personal
information about you. Cause it's really, it doesn't go into specifically
what data it is sending. Diagnostic data can be things
that you've searched for, things that you've watched.

– [David L] Let's just tap
that switch, turn it right off. – [David P] Turn it off. – And we turn off that
switch, you get this pop-up. They really want you to keep this on. You're going to tap that check mark, turn that off and then tap okay. And then the switch will turn off. – Yeah.
– Let Samsung improve their own products, you know.

– That's it.
– Z Flip3.2, that's what needs a lot of improvement. (David P snickers) And that's more of the hardware. (David P laughing) The design of it. – Everything needs a little- – We asked some people, we had a live stream the other day and we're like, "Oh,
what do you think about the newest smartphone flip phones?" And somebody commented, "Oh, I had two and they already broke," because of the-
– The hinge, yeah. (comical trumpet fanfare) – Next up, tap on the
Google location history. It's a few below send diagnostic data. Do you want Google to be
saving your location history everywhere you go? – I don't really need
that enhanced experience with Google Maps. I just, I'd rather have them not know where I am all the time and save the battery life
associated with that. – Yep, so just tap that
big turn off button. You got to scroll to get the pause button.

Tap that pause button. There you go. Tap, got it, you're all set. Let's tap back again. Scroll down, we're gonna tap
on the usage and diagnostics. Again, another one of these things, it says usage and diagnostics data, use a little bit of battery life, can use a little bit cellular data. We're just going to recommend
turning that right off. – I personally don't feel
a sense of responsibility to these developers. – I don't either. – Yeah, I paid for the phone. Paid for the phone. – Let's head back. One above usage and diagnostics is ads. Opt out of ads personalization. You need to turn this on to turn it off. And we get a lot of comments. "Why would I want to opt
out of personal ads?" – Aren't I going to see (beep) ads now? – Nope, because they can
deliver contextual ads.

So your iPhone help website
or an Android help website, you'll see, hey, we're an
iFix Pro or you know, one- – Yeah, something that's actually relevant to what you're looking at. Not something that's been spying on you as you've gone from site
to site, to site, to site, and then it's giving you ads for Tahiti when you're on your bank website. – Also, if advertisers have
less information about you, you become a less valuable
advertising target, you may actually see fewer ads. – Right, it's amazing to me the pushback we get on this one.

Seriously, turn it off, live
with it for a little bit. I think you'd be pleasantly surprised. – Let's turn that switch on, tap OK. Next up another big one, data usage access for a specific app. Let's tap back to the main
page of the settings app, scroll down and tap on apps. Then tap on those three dots in the upper right-hand
corner of the screen. – This is a really creepy part
of the settings app for me. – Let's tap special access. And then at the bottom of the screen here, tap usage, data access. You've got a big list of
apps and they all say allow. Let's tap on one, allow usage tracking. Allow apps to monitor
which other apps you use and how often and identify
your service provider, language settings, and other usage data.

– Yeah, which apps I use and how often and sending it everywhere? No, thanks. – [David L] So turn that off.
– [David P] It's creepy. – Go through this list of your apps and figure out which
ones you want to allow. I think for almost all of
them, it's gonna be deny. – Why would you want
to allow any of these? – It's a lot of tracking. – Yeah.
– It's a ton of tracking. – Everybody's tracking each other. It's kind of like a
neighborhood watch for the apps, but it's really not necessary. – The neighborhood watch. And they're all watching you.
(canned laughter) Next, let's go back to the
main apps page in settings. – We've been kind of mean
to Facebook in this video, but I think we should just double down. Let's keep picking on them. – It's the right thing to do. – [David L] So when you're in
settings apps on your Android, click on any app, tap on any app, we'll choose Facebook for instance.

– Me.
– [David P] Good choice. – Then tap mobile data. Do you want Facebook in this
case to be able to use data in the background of your
Android all the time? – Definitely not, because who knows what
they're doing with that. And it could be downloading pictures- – I'm happy to.
– Facebook is already a big data user.
– Yeah. – It's kind of a hog. I don't trust them. – Yeah, some apps you're going to want it. You know, music apps, messaging apps, you might want this on, but- – Yeah, Apple Music, if
you had that, for instance. – Spotify.
– Spotify. Pandora, you want to be
able to close the app. You want to keep hearing the music. – Yep.
– Leave this on. – And also allow data usage
while data saver's on. We turned off a lot of
background data usage, we'll turn them both off for you.

– Yup. – Those are eight Android
settings you should turn off now. Thanks for watching this video. – We really value all of the
members that join our channel. They help us out tremendously
to make videos like these. What else can we say? – Yeah, click that join
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Top 5 BEST Smartphones of 2021…. So Far

– What's up, guys? SuperSaf here, and believe it or not we're almost halfway through 2021 already. Time really does fly. And, so far this year we've had some amazing
smartphones already. Now, like I've been doing
for the past few years, halfway through the year I do give you my top five
personal picks of the year so far. Now, before we get into the
list, a few disclaimers. I've tested a lot of smartphones
this year, but obviously I've not tested every single one. So there may be a
smartphone that you think should have been featured,
which hasn't been. That's absolutely fine. Please drop that in the comments below and I'll try to test it out and include it in the final end of year list. Second disclaimer, this is
my personal top five list.

It might be different to your list. That's absolutely fine guys. We can still be friends.
There's no need to fight. Please drop your top picks
down in the comments below. This list is in no particular order. I'm just giving you my top five. And because this list is of devices released in 2021, there are no iPhones in this top five list. Yes, we did have the purple iPhone 12, but that's just a different color. It doesn't really count
as a different smartphone. If you must know, the
iPhone that I use most is the iPhone 12 Pro Max. I've had it since the day it was released. I really like the cameras,
they're very consistent. It's got some of the best video on any smartphone right now and it's got excellent battery life.

Now there's definitely
room for improvement. We don't have the best
display on the iPhone. There's lots of other
smartphones, this year especially, that do overtake the iPhone in terms of display with high refresh rates. And the iPhone that I think
most people will opt for is the iPhone 12. I've covered both the iPhone 12 Pro Max as well as the iPhone
12 in separate reviews. I'll link those in the
comments and the description. And if you are thinking about buying an iPhone,
personally speaking, I would recommend you wait a few months.

September is likely when
we're going to be hearing about the next new
iPhones, the iPhone 13s. So it might be worth just
waiting a little bit longer unless you get a great deal. Now, with all of that out of the way, let's go ahead and get to
the 2021 top five list. So, the first smartphone on my list in no particular order, is
the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Now the S21 Ultra came
out very early this year and it has been the Android
smartphone that's been in my pocket for the
longest period of time.

And that's because Samsung
really did take a lot of feedback from users on the S20
Ultra and pretty much improved everything that we had asked for. So we've got an excellent
display with 120 hertz. We've got a very unique design,
which we don't really see on any other smartphone,
with a camera module really blending into the sides. And I'm a little bit biased but the matte black version
looks absolutely stunning.

We've got excellent overall
cameras with, in my opinion the best zoom on any smartphone right now. 10x obstacle zoom, which
can be extended quite a bit. Now, we no longer get a
charger included out of the box which isn't great for a
smartphone of this price. And the charging is also
not the fastest out there. It's only 25 watts wired charging. And this year we no longer
have a MicroSD card slot. Something that a lot of people are used to on Samsung Galaxy devices. But, regardless, it's
an excellent smartphone and I can easily recommend it. Right, moving on. The next smartphone on my list was also a smartphone
that came up pretty early but has kind of got forgotten a little bit and that is the Oppo Find X3 Pro. Now Oppo really did try to tick all of the boxes with this device.

We've got an excellent display. We've got some great overall cameras and what's quite unique is that we have the same sensor for the primary as well as the ultra wide camera, which you don't really see
on many of the devices. And we also have the world's first microscope camera on a smartphone. Now this is something
that I initially thought was a bit of a gimmick, but after using it, I
actually found I was using it more than the telephoto camera. Just kind of getting my
camera close up to things and really being able to see the details is just so, so much fun. There's also 65 watt charging included out of the box with 35
watt wireless charging. And it's also quite compact
for a full size flagship. It's only around 8.26 millimeters thin, which makes it a lot lighter
and a lot easier to use compared to some of the
other flagships out there. Now, of course it's not perfect. There's definitely room for improvement.

I think the selfie camera could
be improved, it's only 1080p and with the design, although
the way the camera module rises up is quite unique,
the overall design does look very similar to
the iPhone 12 Pro Max. I also think the device
is priced slightly high, especially if we compare it to the next smartphone on this list and that is the OnePlus 9 Pro. Now OnePlus and Oppo are partner companies so we do see a lot of similarities, especially from the front. The displays look almost identical. This is not a bad thing. We do have 120 hertz on both displays and they're very good. The OnePlus 9 Pro, however does come in quite a bit cheaper compared to the Oppo Find X3 Pro. And for that, you're not
really missing out on too much. You do get a premium built design Warp Charge 65T included
out of the box with support for wireless charge 50T,
which is very, very fast.

And although the
internals are very similar to other flagships out there, what you find with the OnePlus 9 Pro is that, thanks to OxygenOS, it is very, very fast and smooth. We also have some big improvements for the cameras this
year on the OnePlus 9 Pro with the ability to record
8K from both the primary as well as the ultra wide camera. And we have this massive
Hassleblad partnership which in my opinion, didn't
fully live up to the hype and although the cameras
have improved with time with software updates, I still
think that the Hassleblad partnership fruits will be
seen a few years down the line.

Now the front facing
camera is still not good as with the Find X3 Pro, it's just 1080p but overall, the one plus
nine pro is a great package. Now, before we move on, if you're enjoying this video so far, please do consider
subscribing to the channel. Around 60% of you watching
are not subscribed. What's that all about? Do subscribe, hit that bell icon, so you don't miss future
coverage like this. Right, now the next smartphone on my list I mean, it's complete overkill, it ticks pretty much all of the boxes and that is the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Now this device arguably
has one of the best displays on the market right now. Definitely one of the brightest displays out there with 1700 nits. You've got 120 hertz refresh rate with 480 hertz touch sampling. It's got a very premium ceramic build. You've got 67 watts
wired charging included but you've also got support
for 67 watt wireless charging, some of the fastest wireless charging you're going to find out there.

You also get a secondary
display on the back which can be used as a viewfinder for the rear facing cameras, which means you can get some
very high quality selfies. Now, the cameras overall, in my experience did not live up to the hype. Yes, they have been improved over time, but things like the 120X at
the back on a zoom camera that only has five times
optical zoom capability in my opinion, was just bad at marketing. I mean, sure, the Zoom's good, but it doesn't not compare to the zoom on something like the S21 Ultra. Now moving on, the final
smartphone on my list. This was definitely very
difficult to choose, but I think it's going to have to be the best compact Android
smartphone out there, in my opinion and that is the ASus Zenfone 8. Now this was a bit of
a surprise from ASus. Traditionally we've had the
flip, which we still have but the Zenfone 8, for me,
was a device that comes in at a very competitive price point with pretty much all of the internals that you have on any other flagship.

There's really not many compromises made. You've got 120 hertz display. You do have a respectable
4,000 milliampere battery with 30 watt charging
included out of the box and a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack which you're not going to find on any other smartphone on this list. So, very impressive there. Now, you don't get
wireless charging included and it can seem like a pretty basic phone. It's not got any bells and whistles but if you are after a
compact flagship smartphone, then the Asus Zenfone 8
is an easy recommendation. Now, I do have lots of honorable mentions because there's so many great
smartphones that I have used. We do have the gaming smartphone, such as the ROG Phone 5, the pro the one that I liked best,
which was the ultimate edition 144 hertz display, 6,000
milliampere battery with lots of triggers for gaming. And then we also had
the Legion Phone Duel 2, which, in my opinion, is more of a gaming
device than a smartphone.

And that's because it's really been built for gaming completely in landscape, including the pop-up selfie camera, 144 hertz display, a built-in fan to keep your device cool
after long gaming periods, as well as two USB ports, which you can use simultaneously
for dual turbo charging. This just absolutely blew my mind. The ability to plug in two USB-C cables to up to a 90 watt charger which give you some
very, very fast charging. We also had the ASus Zenfone Flip, which allows you to use
the rear facing cameras as front facing cameras
with 8K video recording. Overall, a great smartphone.

The S21 as well as the 21 Plus, which offer a lot of features
that the S 21 ultra offers, but at a lower price, even
compared to last year. We've also had the Vivo X60 Pro as well as the X60 Pro Plus. Very promising devices, which unfortunately, I have not had a massive amount of time to play with. And let's not forget some
of the budget options that we've had this year,
such as the Realme 8 Pro which I was very impressed with. 108 megapixel camera, 50
watt dock charging included out of the box, all for under 300 pounds. We also had the Poco F3 with the Qualcomm
Snapdragon 870 processor, 120 hertz refresh rate, again coming in at around 300 pounds, which is absolutely insane.

And then I also got to test
out the Infinix Note 10 Pro which is a device that retails
for around 259 dollars, has a 90 hertz display,
256 gigabytes of storage with 8 gigabytes of RAM at that very competitive price. I mean, I could potentially
do a separate video altogether for the top five budget smartphones. Definitely let me know
in the comments below if you'd like me to do that. And that is my top five list
with the honorable mentions. What are your favorite
smartphones of the year so far? Do drop those in the comments below. I hope you enjoyed this
video and found it useful. If you did, then do smash
that like that for me. And if you haven't already,
then be sure to subscribe and hit that bell icon. We are going to be having
the end year full roundup as well as the SuperSaf
Style collaboration with all my friends, which you definitely don't want to miss. Thanks for watching. This is Saf on SuperSaf TV. I'll see you next time..

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My Minimal iPad Tech EDC (Everyday Carry)

[Music] hey i'm fencing things are finally getting back to normal especially for those of you in toronto and trust me i understand your pain but anyways i thought it would be a good time for me to share with you guys what i usually bring outside and what's in my bag so let's get started let's start with what's in my pockets my phone of choice is the essential phone from 2017 yes this is a pretty old phone but it actually runs surprisingly well minus the battery life which is to be expected after four years it runs stock android 11 which is an amazing experience if you haven't tried it yet let me know in the comments down below if you want a super long term review of the phone and in the other pocket i have my wallet and earbuds for my wallet i've been using the pitaka mag easy wallet for quite some time now and it's unlike any wallet i've ever used before now to be fully transparent pitaka did graciously send this over to me but i actually really enjoyed it and i've been using it ever since it's unlike any other wallet because it is a fully modular magnetic system there are multiple slots to place your cards in and you can easily access them by sliding the slots open and pushing out the card you can also add additional accessories too like extra slots a coin pouch and the money clip that i have here to carry backup cash in case one of my card fails this specific wallet also has two striped card compatible slots to prevent your cards from being demagnetized this wallet is also pretty heavy duty and the carbon fiber material does prevent it from being scratched easily it also looks super sleek and modern as for the earbuds the airpods pro are my earbuds of choice because they are small compact and the noise cancellation mode comes in clutch when i'm on a loud bus the transparency mode is also great when you need to quickly talk to someone without taking your earbuds off the sound quality though is not that great but it's good enough for some casual listening anyways what you're all here for what's in my bag my backpack of choice is this cute little orange backpack from xiaomi it's small lightweight and super easy to carry alright let's open it up inside the main computer i use is the ipad pro the magic keyboard and it's an absolutely fantastic experience it's good enough for all the basic tasks i need to do when i'm outside i also did a full review for the magic keyboard which is up here if you want to check it out i have the pitaka mag easy case attached to the ipad when i want to take it out on the magic keyboard or when i need to quickly jump notes with my apple pencil it keeps my ipad protected from scratches and minor drops and in the case my phone or ipad runs on a battery i have this beast of a ow i have this beast of a power pink from rav power it's 20 000 milliamp hours and supports up to 60 watts of charging which should be able to charge devices relatively quickly and did i mention this power bank is super tiny and solid it also has a battery indicator light so you know when it runs out of juice no more finding out that your power bank has no juice when your phone is dead i also have this super cool anchor cable which allows me to switch from micro usb to lightning to usb c to charge all my devices i also have this coin pouch with my keys inside i don't like to carry my keys in the pocket because it might scratch up my wallet or phone and also just a little secret i'm probably the most forgetful person ever and to keep me hydrated i have this nalgene bottle that you've probably seen a billion times it's indestructible and it comes in blue my favorite color and lastly in the front pouch of my bag i like to keep some essentials like a small knife for cutting open stuff a microfiber cloth for cleaning fingerprint smudges lip balm for my dry lips and of course sanitizer gotta keep those hands dry and cracked am i right and that's about it that's what i carry on a daily basis when i go to work or spend time outside i will be doing a back to school edc video at the end of the summer so be sure to subscribe if you want to see it and some other awesome tech content as well and if you like this video go ahead and smash that like button alright stay safe and see you guys in the next one

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