Unboxing The World’s Smallest Phone

Oh my God I like this mysterious package best Unpacking is always exciting But i happen to know what's inside This is a product prototype that has attracted a lot of attention on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform Stickers This is not, this is a business card It's still their CEO's business card, shocked Throw away Ah ♂~ The smallest mobile phone in the world This thing is too small to be unbelievable ZANCO tiny t1 The smallest mobile phone in the world As you guys know, I opened the box once called the "smallest" cell phone This one is smaller than those Sync contacts and music on your phone Monochrome screen voice Changer 3 days standby time Built-in bluetooth Insert a Nano size card into your mobile phone, which can store 500 SMS You heard that right, this phone has a voice changer You can become a man Female, child, elderly Cartoon character, teenager, optimus prime Duck, EVA robot WALL·E robot, Rap man and Rap girl Started to get fun Let's see how small this thing is Ho Ho Ho! WOW! It's unbelievably small Am i dreaming Great profit! It looks like there are speakers on the back Insert the SIM card from the side Compared with this, I feel that the Nano card has become bigger Smaller than my thumb About the size of an SD card About the size of a coin Smaller than a small lighter Much smaller than the ketchup bag About the size of two pieces of gum This is too small! With a micro USB cable for charging There is also a card pin This one sells for $55 You may be thinking, who is the user group of this thing? I think this is fun to make For those who will try anything I took this out at the party and everyone was stunned.

Use this thing to make a call They will be stunned The buttons on the phone are much smaller than my fingers Jack, what do you think? hhhhhhh This is Pixel 2XL Of course the two phones have different goals But if you look at this contrast, it’s too small Ok, boot up Time has come, full power I want to insert the SIM card and try to make a call What do you think? Looks like I have a text message Let's try to make a call, Will what's your phone number Did you hear Not bad It's connected, it's weird Oh WOW! This speaker is quite loud Will: Yo~ Hey man, your voice sounds very clear eh Will: Uh, your voice is also very clear Really? I didn’t expect this thing to have a good call quality You are too, very clear Feel like a secret agent You don’t need to bring your mobile phone, just bring this, and you can put it in your socks Suppose you want to go for a jog, but you are afraid of a call and don’t want to take such a big mobile phone out.

You need a smaller phone Should I try the voice changer? OK, I want to change positions with Will, Will you come over Low voice Sounds a bit like a robot But it feels so strange hhhhh Okay, this thing is made for fun The body is incredibly small Not bad for fun But if it comes to work, such as texting I feel scary when I think about it It's unexpectedly good to call hhhh What What the hell This phone is not as big as the black part You can buy a normal phone for $50, but it will definitely not be the smallest in the world But for those who like to collect, buy this as a gift for him, he absolutely loves.

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Dual Sim Card Supported Phones – Android Q&A

now don't worry it's not going to be a big knock on your geek cred if you don't know exactly what a SIM card is and what it does a SIM card or a subscriber identity module is a small removable card that is inserted into the back of a mobile device the main function of the SIM card is to recognize you as your carrier's subscriber and gives you access to the carrier's network all carriers require a SIM card but what if your phone could have two SIM cards mmm all right so now that I have your interest piqued why oh why would you want a phone with dual SIM card support well number one reason is that you could have one SIM card for a data and another SIM card for voice and text allowing you to take advantage of the best plan possible there's also a second reason so as an Android geek I was pretty proud of the fact that I got a great plan for my carrier where I could use almost as much data voice and text that I want without incurring unreasonable charges until I flew to San Francisco I called my wife as soon as I landed spoke to her for 30 seconds just to tell her I was safe and I got walloped with a beast of a bill just for that 30-second call now if I'd had a dual SIM card and supported phone I could have had one SIM card for my carrier's data plan and another SIM card for an international data plan that took advantages of better roaming deals that's why you want a dual SIM card of support phone one of the other great features of having a dual SIM card supported phone is that you can have two phone numbers for one phone now along this same vein one of the phones you want to consider is the Moto G but not just any Moto G more specifically I'm referring to the Moto G XT 10:33 dual SIM card supported phone now the Moto G is one heck of a phone released back in January 2014 the Moto G made quite a buzz since its release why because it packs unbelievable solid specs considering its small price tag boasting a quad-core Snapdragon processor and 4.5 inch display this phone provides a fast and fluid Android experience that is extremely impressive at any price point but absolutely astounding when you consider the Moto G's aggressive price tag we were able to review the non dual SIM card version of the Moto G and we gave it our thumbs up the dual SIM version of the Moto G was released in May 2014 now I can read the comments already remember we are talking about a specific model the XT 1033 dual SIM card supported Moto G now next up on this list is the htc desire 816 dual SIM unlocked the htc desire 816 is the HTC's entry into the mid-range market it's a phone that packs a lot of high-end specs into a mid-range price the 816 is a photo lover's dream with its 13 megapixel camera and a 5 megapixel front facing camera selfies anyone the phone is big measuring at 5.5 inches we're nearing tablet territory with this one now we all know that Samsung loves to give us lots and lots of options and they did so with the Samsung Galaxy s5 now we're specifically talking about the Samsung Galaxy s5 SMG 900 FD dual SIM card supported phone now the s5 supports a 5.1 inch Super AMOLED capacitive multi-touch screen with protective Corning Gorilla Glass 3 it comes loaded with Android 4.4.2 but would likely get lollipop very soon with a quad-core 2.5 gigahertz Krait 400 processor chip set with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 Adreno 330 graphics it has 16 megapixel camera and comes with 16 gigabytes of internal memory with the possibility to expand to 128 gigabytes via the micro SD card slot now Samsung also offers an option for those of you who want something a little bit smaller the Samsung Galaxy s5 mini duos is a mid-range variant of the full-featured Samsung Galaxy s5 it brings a decent set of specs with a wallet friendly price range the phone's design and build are identical to its bigger siblings including the perforated soft touch back cover and the ip67 certification for dust and waterproofing small and lightweight the Samsung Galaxy s5 mini is a very portable phone featuring a 4.5 inch 720p high definition Super AMOLED display a 1.4 gigahertz quad-core processor 1.5 gigabytes of RAM 16 gigabytes of internal storage and a slot for a micro SD card slot to expand the memory up to 64 gigabytes now HTC has also got into the dual sim game with the HTC One e8 the 5-inch HTC One EA dual SIM version has a Qualcomm 801 2.5 gigahertz quad-core CPU loaded with 2 gigabytes of RAM a 13 megapixel camera and a 2600 milliamp hour battery now if you're a lover of sony's sleek design sony came out with a sony xperia m2 dual SIM the sony xperia m2 dual SIM card Android phone was released in May of 2014 and is likely to be one more popular dual SIM Android phones the Xperia m2 is an upgrade from last year's experience M the 4.8 inch phone comes loaded with a powerful 1.2 gigahertz Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor giving you enough power to take the phone to most limits the phone also features a generous sized 8 megapixel camera that will allow you to take beautiful shots thanks for watching and word army my name is Jace I'd love to connect with you right here on Google+ or Twitter I read all my at replies and comments and I respond to as many as I can you don't wanna forget about my brothers and Android Joss Joe in the tech ninja Kevin lawn and Chris Gary Nash all working real hard to deliver the best Android content on the web please have a great safe happy holidays and Happy New Year I should see you next week on Android June 8th

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Android on the (Tilt) HTC TYTN II Windows Mobile Phone

so I currently have an HTC hd2 but has a very fast processor and a lot of memory and I also have my older HTC typ n 2 running Windows Mobile the t YP n 2 is a bit older smaller and not as powerful for any Windows Mobile kinda doesn't give you the best performance so I am going to try to run the Android operating system now if you Google Android an HTC or just go to enter an HTC comm like it says right there you'll actually get to a web page that talks about running the Android operating system on HTC phone and that actually includes the T UI T n 2 that I have now the information on this webpage by the time you look at it might be outdated than what you see in the video so always check the web page don't just go by what you see in my video here now even more up-to-date place might be the xda-developers P you can actually go there so here we have wiki XT developers cop and you might be able to find or search for information or find your phone in this list matrix now what I'm going to do is follow the instructions for the T y TN 2 right there I'm going to download the appropriate files and install this onto my phone now there's two ways to do that one way on the TYT NT or the kaiser is to boot this up into Windows Mobile and then run another program to rebuild this machine into the Android operating system now what that will do is it'll keep your original Windows Mobile ROM in hat the second way to do that would be to completely flash the device thereby destroying the Windows Mobile and actually that sounds like a good idea but I'm going to do both so this video is probably going to be booting the secondary OS into Android and then I'll make another video that actually flashes the whole device I've already installed I've already downloaded the files I need I put them in this folder now you may not need all these files I'm gonna try this poly mod 2.19 so I'm going to try this poly model to put one dark theme here it actually trying to open this up it shows you that the oops I didn't eat it there's an Android install tgz I'm going to unzip that and put that in the appropriate folders according to the instructions on that webpage so once again you need to go to the web page i've already pre-made the folder I need it's called an the boot and it contains that Android installed tgz file the default text that's been customized for my settings and most of the customizations have already been set in the text file here's the program that's used to launch or boot into Android and some other files that is are necessary for the boot process for the Linux OS now all this has been put inside this folder and there's also a folder called Android apps these are optional applications that if I have this folder in there when I install my Android operating system this application should be installed with it now all I'm going to do is go into my py tiens storage card which already has some other things in there like be sim for my you know for the photographs for my camera I'm going to take these two files and I'm going to copy them over once there I'm going to go to my phone and Buddha Android once the end booth folder is finished copy to the flash drive I'm going to go over to the phone itself and I'm actually going to unplug the USB cable I found that that actually causes problems now I'm going to go to the file explorer there we go and actually I should use a stylus here and getting to us at the hd2 and I'm going to look at the storage card and there is the end right apps folder and the end the boot folder so it did copy over okay now before doing this next step I like to make sure that if anyone else tries this make sure you don't have a sim lock and as as it is right now the version of Android that works on these phones don't actually recognize um most a sim card lock code so if you want to test this you will probably have Doug put your SIM card into another phone remove the lock code on the SIM card that's not the phone lock code but the SIM card lock code and then test this out now I don't have a SIM card in here yet I'm gonna put it in later so you might see an error if I boot up the phone but what I'm going to show you right now is how to actually execute the program went into the and boot folder and there is a har et Eric file that actually is what's going to boot up Android operating system if going to use the default text text file that has a setting that showed you earlier if they don't have it called default text you can type something else in here but default is default we'd found a machine analyzer and well I'm going to hit run now one thing to be careful about is when you can run things are going to flash by on the screen and since this is the first time installed I'm going to have to look at the instructions on the screen very carefully as they flash by because there are some things you might have to type so I'm going to hit run it says booting Linux hold down the d-pad button right there and there we go it says welcome to the Android installer I'm going to hit OK there and I don't know if we can read that but it's highlighted install system I'm going to move this up and down so you can see what it says there now since this is the first time installed I'm going to do number one so I'm going to choose install system push the deep that's so what your existing system are you sure I'm going to arrow to the left to choose yes push the d-pad but and it's going to scroll through a lot of different things and some of them may be errors don't worry about that those will pass and your system will still boot it has to format it repair the system image file that might take a while so make sure you have a full battery and just walk away for 15 minutes or so now it's still installing but I just thought I'd show you what the screen scrolling by looks like it's still formatting the system and pairing the image if you want you can watch it when it's done it might look like the system is frozen whatever you do don't reset the system after that just let it finish okay we're at a point where it actually says Android installed and the screen just went dark so you can see that I'm back at the same menu as before now since we just did the installation we don't actually need to do anything else we don't need to back up or fix anything I am just going to hit quit push the d-pad button quit now it'll this is what it'll look like it's just frozen just leave this alone in a few minutes five minutes it'll actually just boot up to Android the first time okay it's about two minutes later we didn't touch the phone we just let it do whatever it was doing and now it looks like it's booting up this also might take a little longer this first time once again just let it go touch the Android to begin I'm going to touch the Android you

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Wireless MobilePhone MonoPod Model:Z07-5!

cube here it's new product go today a wireless mobile phone monopod to take selfie Bluetooth of course and this is nice you can take you can be more creative and take better picture when your outing like this that's for sure so in this box this thing's come and here it's button for Bluetooth for taking picture you have this for upload battery because here it's a battery you can see itself ok I can we can turn it on like this there the blue light yes a blue light there is my iPhone there and we take bluetooth bluetooth on phone here it's find this set oh seven five I know it's rather good ok so now I can put this together on this selfie stone like this okay like yeah like this there we are something like that and first of all I'm not sternum their camera and we can like this looks there and this is long here so you can yeah you can take it much much longer than this see here here's the button so if we want to take this over there this box take a photo of this box near the six extreme in there so now I will touch this Bluetooth there and it was pictures we can look look at that do this okay take picture of this son over there very near so now we can look see how cool is that so in many situation this is fantastic this selfie stone can be so long like this and you can turn it around in every different angle and Bluetooth so common this box wireless mobile phone monopod photograph and we to yourself wonderful everywhere model set oh seven five cool

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A Quick 2-Minute Tutorial to Keep Your Mobile Phone Safe and Secure

the content on your smartphone or tablet is some of the most important in your life you've got valuable contacts private conversations memories of yesterday's home run the whole family on vacation and Aunt Jenny is 90th you don't want to mess around for me I don't know what I would do without my contacts an email McAfee mobile security protects your personal data by backing it up to the cloud so you can restore it to the same device or even a new one let's take a look at how it works go to the home screen of your device and select the McAfee shield icon you'll be asked for your pin select data backup from here you have a few options you can choose to backup different categories of your data or you can select auto backup settings to enable once-daily automatic backups in the worst case scenario if your device falls into the wrong hands or is gone for good you can use the online web portal to back up your data remotely one final time and then wipe your device clean so you don't give away aunt Jenny's secret banana bread recipe or your personal photos and if you find your smartphone tablet again and you can go back to the main screen and select data restore this even works if you switch phones for example from a BlackBerry to an Android or an Android to a blackberry as you can see McAfee mobile security makes it convenient and safe to backup and restore your mobile data to check it out go to McAfee Mobile Security com

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Samsung Galaxy S 2 Unboxing | Pocketnow

hey guys it's Brandon minimun from pocketnow.com 2010 was the year of the Samsung Galaxy S we found it on every major carrier it was a hot device had great battery life great performance really thin form factors and in 2011 samsung is back with their new flagship the galaxy s2 this phone ups the ante in every respect it's faster it's thinner it has a bigger screen and in this video we're going to unbox the galaxy s2 let's get to it ok so here we go so a lot of improvements to talk about between the galaxy s and the galaxy s2 we've got the new Exynos processor I'm not sure if I'm saying that right the 1.2 gigahertz dual-core Samsung proprietary process that goes right up against the snapdragon 1.2 gigahertz processor coming out on the HTC Sensation I've got some extra packaging here and thanks to our friends at clove Co UK for sending us the unit 2 review right now this phone is 440 British pounds which is about seven hundred and twenty-two dollars yes it's very expensive but hey it'll actually work on the on us ATT frequencies so that's an added little bonus there and plus this is a device that just came out so you got to expect the press to be very high very likely that this phone will see release on all major US and international carriers so you can keep an eye out for lower subsidized prices so here it is small little box galaxy s2 1.2 gigahertz this is incredible the previous Galaxy S had a single core 1 gigahertz processor and now we're going to 1.2 gigahertz and having two cores this is going to be awesome let's take a look what we have on the back here dual core 8 megapixel camera this shoots 1080p video and it can also play it back in 1080p if you connect it to a television we've got DLNA support a huge 1650 milliamp hour battery and the interesting thing about that is that this device is the thinnest smartphone you can buy right now it's a little bit over 8 millimeters thick it's got the Super AMOLED plus screen you can tell the time excited about this Samsung had the super-mo LED debut in the galaxy s devices now they're going with the plus they also made the screen bigger this screen is going to be all inspiring we're thinking the only problem with it is that the screen is WVGA resolution it's not qHD like all the higher-end devices are coming with but maybe the the Super AMOLED plus will be so nice that we won't even care comes with 16 gigs of internal memory we've got Wi-Fi a B G and n Android 2.3 you get the point let's let's break the seal here there's no turning back now and open up this little tiny box Wow social hub premium GPS ok let's just see what comes in the box this thing is remarkably thin and I wish you can actually be here holding it I just have to stop and just comment on this I cannot believe how thin this phone is it's so powerful it's got such a big screen and yet it is thinner than any phone I've ever held Wow this is unbelievable it's pencil thin ok let's see what else is in the box before you know going crazy about the thickness of the phone we've got headphones which is nice kind of nice looking headphones with little chrome pieces there let's see we've got a micro USB charger which is nice of course the European plug but your standard plugs will work with that if you plan to use this in the US extra earbuds and here's the quite large sixteen hundred and fifty million power battery this function a pretty impressive battery life and what we're going to do is put the battery in I'm going to get an AT&T SIM card and plug it in immediately so we can do the first time boot up on the beautifully thin Samsung Galaxy S 2 and let's just take a look at the front we're getting a lot of reflection from here so off tak turn off some of the lights but what's interesting is that you can't see any buttons when the phone's off kind of like the Nexus S we've got the back button here we've got the home button without a home logo on it so kind of a very sleek looking design oh it looks too much like an iPhone Apple might get mad by that but maybe not and we've got the menu button here on the left front-facing camera let's get a SIM card in here let's get the battery in we'll be right back all right SIM cards in battery is in this thing is very very light even with the SIM card and usually the problem with light is it feels cheap this phone does not feel cheap okay so let's try to pop on the back battery cover by the way back here we've got this really interesting textured plastic maybe you can see it in the light it's got these raised little bumps that give it a good in hand feel we've got sort of a reverse chin here usually the chin occurs on the front speaker here doesn't look like it as dual speakers we've got a you know something to connect a lanyard loop to we've got a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack secondary mic for noise cancellation it is just amazing how thin this thing is power standby button on the left that's a little bit different than Samsung had been doing usually they put the button on the top so let's press and hold that and while that's booting up let's compare that to some other devices so here we've got the htc inspire 4G and it's got a little bit of fingerprints on here but it did in a second ago kind of weird so the inspire 4G was one of the thinnest phones to come out it's basically the Desire HD which was HTC's flagship of last year and let's see how they compare in terms of thickness there's no contest here the Desire HD is about 12 millimeters thick which is quite thin but again we're going at under 9 millimeters on the galaxy s 2 so it's just it's amazing how much thinner it is so here we have a network does it provide dayton time ok great it's kind of up there we go just turn to 3g so we're getting 3g network connectivity here on AT&T we'll zoom in a little bit a lot of options here automatic will go through this later there seems to be no confirm button so if I hit the back button and I'll do change language the United States it's really cool to see the Super AMOLED plus screen on such a large display all of the Galaxy S phones came with a 4-inch display so it's very interesting to see such incredible contrast over a large display let's see if we can kind of get out here guess we're gonna have to go through this okay we'll do all of this in a little bit and we'll show you what it's like again let's let's bring out some other devices to compare with before we actually do that turn that off over here is the iPhone 4 which is starting to look kind of small in comparison to these devices that have these big bright 4.3 inch displays so we've got the front facing camera al that looks a lot bigger here on the galaxy s 2 in terms of thickness the galaxy s 2 is thinner than the iPhone 4 which is a tremendous feat considering the iPhone 4 like the Desire HD is one of the thinnest devices out there also next to another device that has a 4.3 inch screen the Big Daddy the HTC Thunderbolt of course the galaxy s2 does not have 4G although it's very likely in 2011 and 2012 we're going to see versions of the galaxy s2 come out with LTE and HSPA+ and WiMAX and all of those good radio technologies all right so I put in the Google account information and what we have here is the new version of TouchWiz TouchWiz 4 which is Samsung's proprietary interface now a lot of people after they got the galaxy s devices put on a third-party launcher like launcher pro or ADW launcher because the galaxy s devices had this weird TouchWiz interface it wasn't that fast it wasn't that usable but it looks like Samsung has really gone above and beyond with their new interface the program tray looks about the same but they've got these new widgets that kind of stick together we're obviously gonna have to spend some time with this and we're gonna have a full video that talks all about what it's like to use TouchWiz 4 and here's something cool move device left or right while holding a selected icon to reposition to another page that is pretty cool so if we tap and hold and we tilt apparently if there's a feature that makes it a lot easier well that looks awesome there's a feature that makes it a lot easier to move widgets from homescreen to homescreen right now we're getting HSDPA on AT&T we should be getting faster data speeds than you can get onto the Atrix 4G and the inspire 4G because those devices don't seem to even advantage of HSDPA speeds so this might be a killer device to get on AT&T if you don't want to wait it will work on t-mobile but you won't get the 3G connectivity we've got a ton more coming up on the Samsung Galaxy S 2 it's really exciting for us to test one of the flagship devices of 2011 HTC's coming out of the gate with a sensation in the near future and Samsung is coming out of the gate with the Galle galaxy s 2 Super AMOLED plus screen 1.2 gigahertz dual-core processor it's pretty awesome if you liked this video please give us a thumbs up and if you think I was too enthusiastic about this phone please give us a thumbs up and thanks for watching we'll be back soon with more that's it for now

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Making Android sensors and location work for you – Google I/O 2016

welcome I'm truly excited to be here today to talk to you guys about location and sensors get the clicker my name is Steve malkos I'm the technical program manager for the Android location and context team I was amazed earlier today to hear sundar talk so much on sensors and context being part of the location and context team we touch every part of Google and and I'm truly excited about that so without further ado okay let's get into it today we carry the world in our pocket we carry more computing power and faster data speeds than we did just nearly half a decade ago from our desktop PCs one item that has remained the same throughout a computing history has been building these innovative software applications and you guys are continuously shaping this world what we need to do more we can do more we could build deeper and richer experiences in this talk will focus on what it takes to build an awareness application will go through sensors and location focusing on bringing richer experiences by using them then we'll take a deep dive into the Android sensor hub and go through the cool new things that we're building for it awesome ok so what does it take to build these highly contextual apps so what does it take to build these high these these high quality apps today sorry the notes are not right let me take care of that for you our phones are very personal and interactive they have transformed the way we compose our day we use them to get traffic info health and safety and notifications and much more so it's understandable that your biggest concerns are on how to make your apps more contextually aware so let's focus on what it takes to build these high quality apps when creating these awareness application there are typically three main layers that we need to look at that's sensors algorithms and user experiences think of an awareness application like a human sense for example your inner ear acts as the accelerometer and gyroscope of the device your eyes act as the camera sensor that raw data from your ears to your eyes gets sent up to your brain and processed like the algorithms on the device that's then classified into the context and outputs as the user experience like I'm running or I'm running with a buddy MEMS sensors allows us to take a deeper programming perspective on comprehending the environment around us so when building these contextual applications we're gonna focus on these four main pillars that's coverage accuracy latency and power will refer to these pillars throughout the entire talk these are the building blocks for creating higher-quality applications let's walk through examples of each of these the first pillar is coverage for location it must work all the time indoors outdoors and in every country at Google were continuing to improve our coverage maps with our crowdsource models and Google databases to make location better for activity recognition it has to support a wide array of different types of activities like I'm running or I'm walking or I'm in a vehicle and and nearby notifications needs to work across a wide array of different types of devices finally sensors have to work seamlessly and uniformly a across the entire ecosystem the second pillar accuracy from the macro view GPS must be very accurate users don't want position jumps they want the positions to be under five meters all the time indoor and outdoor transitions also have to be as smooth as possible from the macro view that we saw on the previous column to the micro view on position accuracies it must work perfectly for our virtual world examples of better virtual reality can come from sensors sensors that output less drift at lower noise our user also wants very accurate activity detection for example it's not okay to classify biking activity if you're shaking your leg in a moving car the third column that I'd like to discuss is latency from the macro view users don't want to wait for their positions location should show up instantaneously and activity detection needs to happen near real-time so the users entire activity could be tracked with almost no latency from the macro to the micro on Layton sees our sensors cannot lag when we have sensor and display lags like this your virtual world can go from making you from making you a beautiful scene to making you nauseated very quickly we want the experience to be crystal clear we take great care and ensuring that our sensor latency requirements are met this ensures that when you write your applications you could be certain that they'll perform to your users expectations our final column power that's battery life one of the most important columns when building your applications we all know that if your application sucks up the users battery life they'll quickly uninstall it from you their device we need to make it or you guys don't have to worry about power we can do this by avoiding too many knobs simplicity is key power has even to subtly NC and accuracy it means we could run more often improving on Layton sees it also means we could get access to more signals thus improving on accuracy so in the theme of building better user experiences by bringing higher quality applications focused on coverage accuracy latency and power let's hear from Ashutosh on Android sensors hi thanks T for setting out the lay of the land for the rest of the presentation I'm Ashutosh and over the next few minutes we shall be talking about how we set about achieving these four pillars of context for sensors I hope that gave you some insight into the challenges we face and the power we derived by work in working with the ecosystem I shall show you some of the new and shiny things we have in store for you for Android n and finally we share some of the lessons that we've learned in developing Android experiences which will probably be of value to you as well I challenge that we face is the constant tension between increasing coverage but formally defining new sensors in Android and ensuring that we can keep a consistent user experience across the ecosystem let me give you an example we have received requests to allow accelerometers that only support two axes these are required for low-end markets where the z-axis is not required if the only thing that accelerometer does is detect landscape and portrait detection on the other hand we have been asked to mandate a higher dynamic range for accelerometers because it allows some safety applications to be developed which can potentially save lives the problem is that these two goals are mutually contradictory a sensor that only supports two axes will not have a high dynamic range the economics of the industry work against it the example goes to coverage we must ensure that all Android sensors can eke out the maximum visibility from the hardware whilst ensuring that the application developers seek consistent API is across all of em Rock over the years which steadily added new formal sensor definitions while the major physical sensors like accelerometer find very early on we've continued to define new capabilities like sensor fusion rotation vector geometry geomagnetic rotation vector and new sensor types for completely new form factors like Android wear these new capabilities increased coverage to develop awareness applications because most sensor types mean that we can get more data about the world around us and derive richer inferences we are adding a few things this year for the Android enemies let me walk you through some of them let's start with something really exciting all orientation sensors thus far was centered around orientation they provided the orientation of the device in terms of roll pitch and yaw with reference to either true north of gravity or an arbitrary initial point we are adding the three axes of translational freedom by introducing the sixth off sensor type apps will not only know the orientation but the precise displacement of the device in the world this means that motion control in games can go just beyond tracking where the user is looking now they will be able to move the player in the virtual world just as the player moves in the real world you can walk and not just pin in place augmented reality experiences will be even more immersive now that they can mirror the users movements just to set expectations this sensor is not likely to be widely pervasive across Android but we believe that the introduction of a formal sensor type is required to give the system a push towards augmented reality applications on the variables form factor we extending the capabilities of what it is what is available through the heart rate sensor thus far you have been able to get an average snapshot of the heartbeat measurement which is great but it leaves a lot of information on the table we will expose a much more finer grained event for every heartbeat which should more or less more or less correspond to the systolic peak for each heartbeat this will enable a whole new class of fitness and wellness applications like reporting and monitoring mental stress physical stress / training exercise recovery and sleep analysis etc and you guys will be writing all one of the most often repeated requests from app developers to us was to expose the hardware capabilities to determine the motion state of the device we adding these sensors to the Android sensors API as one-shot events will we shall expose 202 of them one shall fire if the device enters the stationary state and one that fires if the device starts moving we hope that this will allow the applications to be more judicious in the use of system resources and developers will use this ability of motion determination in low-power hardware to get the resource usage finally this year we realized that applicant processors and display controllers are now smart enough to enter low-power States if only we did not keep pinging the application processor with the accelerometer data to compute the device orientation so we're formalizing the screen orientation as a new sensor type that can be implemented by the OEMs to get the low-power domains to compute the device orientation however developers can and should continue to use the Android activity and window manager API is Android will ensure that regardless of the underlying sense of support your app will continue to work seamlessly across all addressable devices and if this sensor is supported you get all the power benefits finally we are adding capabilities to 'allah applications on an Android device to discover and subscribe to external sensors through the sensors API by external sensors here I mean any sensor that is not present on the device when the device boots up now this can be an accessory for the device that physically attaches to the device or a truly external device that connects wirelessly to your phone this is a nod to the central rolls their phone have in our lives and the realization that a single device cannot be all things to all of the people all of the time device capabilities can be augmented and we want to provide the standard way to access such data what is coming up is exciting and I cannot wait to see what cool things the developers will come up with these new sensor types having decided how we want to increase coverage how do we establish accuracy and consistency how do we ensure that when a new API version is released what makes it to the app developers is consistent across Android this is a complex process and involves the hard work of hundreds of thousand people across the Android ecosystem let me walk you through some of the challenges Android is diverse just on the harbor side there are 300 plus OEMs 200 plus carriers and operators hundreds of component vendors dozens of CPU or SOC vendors with a range of products there are dominant players that have huge market shares and there's a long tail that caters to very specific niche cases somehow we have to ensure that we listening to everyone and helping everyone in the ecosystem succeed and then there's a sheer range of devices that under can support all of the devices on this slide are Android devices the same specifications rule them all more or less there are few restrictions on Monday that Android stipulates as an example it's completely okay to make an Android device without a single sensor type not even next kilometer that sounds bizarre if one thinks of Android purely as a cell phone platform but as immediately obvious once you think of Android TV products and convince yourself that determining the device orientation of a TV would be an edge case at best so what does it really mean to support a sensor what sensor should a device have what guarantees if many are made explicit to the developer and how these are difficult questions that keep us busy and what is agreement on these goals how does its diverse ecosystem take excuse what tools do we used to make this happen in a nutshell we drive this process by creating standards for Android producing exemplary Android devices at Google and working in tight collaboration with our partners the very first step is the definition of Android compatibility and under device is supposed to meet 100% of the specifications as defined in the Android compatibility document the Android CDD it goes into lots of gory details about what kind of sensor should be on device how they should be announced and they've announced what bars they must meet with tune the CDD language to advise the ecosystem on what is coming down the road and mash them into more aspirational requirements the CD is enforced through the CTS a compatibility test suite all Android devices must pass the CTS there are no exceptions or any waivers for any device we keep adding CTS tests to patch holes in our testing note however that the CTS is an enforcement mechanism only it cannot possibly cover the entire specifications exhaustively the artifact of record is the CD what do we expect of developers please take a look at the Android CD if you're looking to deploy an app across a large user base it will help set you expectations on what is standardized and what to expect Google devices are another tool we use all Google devices are great devices they also serve to set a bar for the rest of the OEMs a nexus device is subject to a lot of scrutiny outside moving the OEM scrutinize it to make sure that their devices in that class are as good as or even better than the Nexus they also use that opportunity to figure out the holes in our specifications if something is ambiguous a reasonably good assumption would be to go along with what the Nexus is doing the implication here is obvious do teste applications on Google devices I think most of you follow this practice already but please however go beyond just the Nexus that launches this year do teste applications on previous Nexus devices and extend your testing to say Android one devices on the sensor side we go even further last year Google wrote the center stack completely by itself and we realize we are releasing they the complete sense of stack source for the Nexus devices in open source you can get the code for the sensor sub software at the repository on this slide we have two primary reasons to do this the first is to make life easier for the ecosystem they now have access to the source code that runs all the Nexus devices and should be able to comply with all the requirements we are putting forth and hopefully even do better the second is guidance we hope that simply by releasing the source code we convey our intents and expectations very loudly in fact if you look at the source code released you will find the beginnings and the genesis of some of the future work that we shall release in Android n we have not written a ton of formal documentation yet but we are finding that our partners are reading the release source and coming up with a very good idea about what to expect finally we must continue to build internal expertise to keep abreast of the developments in the space we learn constantly and continue to invest in internal capabilities to learn more about sensors and algorithms let me show you how here at Google we are innovating new groundbreaking methods to test our solutions and improve the quality of essential Gardens can you play the video please in this video you'll see Matt programming one of our robotic arms to simulate unfriending swinging for pedestrian dead reckoning solutions in this example you see two things happening first Matt will start by using a motion capture system the motion capture system is able to records mash.sam swings with centimeter level process precision we then translate the exact motion of that capture system into a robotic arm the robotic arm then repetitively tests a specific scenario on an automated basis again and again that gives us the ground tools for us to test our algorithms and sensor solutions let's watch that was cool and Matt seem to be having way too much fun on there the final the final tool in a chest is collaboration with our partners we work very closely with our partners throughout the year to make sure that they are aware of what we are doing this is a symbiotic relationship the partners want to make sure that their product roadmaps are aligned with ours so they are not caught by surprise by any of the announcements we make we on the other hand want to make sure that we are not shouting into thin air and have realistic expectations about what is achievable we meet them constantly throughout the year every year we hold an Android boot camp and give them a glimpse of our plants on the census side last year we conducted many summits with sensor vendors Assoc vendors and the OEMs if we are successful nothing that I'm saying today would be a surprise to any of our partners they should be sitting back and saying we've got this taken care of she's the cool thing for you why do you think they listen to us other than our charming personalities the reason they is they do is because they want to reach you the developers some of the best and the brightest on this planet are developing incredibly exciting technologies and they want them to be exposed to you we are merely facilitating this meeting of immensely creative and smart people from both worlds the ecosystem is what we derive by inference from the ecosystem is what we serve take away reach out to us let us know what you're looking for what is missing what needs improvement what is truly exceptional and you want more off you'll find plenty of ways to reach us at the end of the presentation the animal sense of the API has not only become richer by adding more sensor types it also gives great control for the developers to optimize system performance in the next few minutes I would like to talk about some recommendations that'll make your apps scale across different tiers of devices and should under the hood optimized for the hardware that your app is using I will use power as an example as to the extent possible you want to spend as little power for your apps let us look at some ways that will help you achieve this on many devices there's a multi-layer approach to processing at least as far a sense of the concern at the very source there are sensors like the accelerometers and the gyroscopes sensors today have come a long way from years ago and themselves consume very little power they're really power efficient accelerometers and gyros today take less than a milli watt to sample data they they embed smart algorithms like gestures and motion detection some even have rhodium entry programming frameworks for customization then there's the application processor this is your big honking chip that you're using when you're running apps or playing games running the application processor takes a substantial amount of power so if every time you try to process a single measurement you wake up the application processor it becomes limiting very quickly all the power savings from the sensors are dwarfed if the application processor wakes up too often it consumes a lot of power and is incredibly powerful competition but it's also very power hungry it has to stay on for a few seconds even if it needs to do a little bit of processing it needs time to wake up and sleep if every time you get a sensor measurement you wake up the application processor it never gets a chance to go to sleep so getting the application percent of sleep is a key power settings technique modern Hardware adds an additional layer for sensor processing we show that as a sensor hub in this diagram this low-power computer domain may be part of the sensor itself a special power domain on the SOC or a discrete chip its goal however is the same to offload computation from the application processor and save power there are a few hooks on the sensors API that lets you achieve this code for example batching you can use the sensors API to specify the maximum delay your application can tolerate to receive sensor data this means less frequent updates to the application processor the events can be grouped and processed together the bigger the storage buffers on the hubs the more power is saved another design pattern is to specify the goal that you want to achieve and then we've woken up when that situation becomes true then the low-power hardware can monitor for the decision to become true instead of the main application processor this allows always-on monitoring of events that would have been prohibitive by looking at the raw sensor data all the time and then as an example if you wanted to change the app behavior when it looks like the user has moved from one place to another you can use a combination of geofences the significant motion sensor type to get you're processing for the N release we have added new sensor types reject motion and stationarity by using the right triggers you will consume power only when needed and not miss a moment of interest for you a less obvious design pattern is to use the highest level of abstraction possible while the api's may look like they are all exposed at one level if you become a little familiar with how the system is built you will be able to see where in the system the API is are tapping into take for example the sensors accelerometers gyros and magnetometers if TX is the raw data the system must ensure of its end of the contract and give you accurate reliable and timely data it cannot and should not put in any smarts however if you ask for the rotation vector the same sensors are used and data is fused it will be tempting to roll your own sensor fusion algorithm by processing the raw data directly however you will lose Hardware optimizations on the table as an example most devices today if they computing the rotation vector in Hardware sample the underlying heart sensors and an extremely hurried sometimes in the order of kilohertz there is no way we can support that frequency of updates on the application processor and if by rolling your own sensor fusion algorithms you will be leaving power and performance on the table so this is pretty complex I hear you I hear we have we have been trying to come up with a specification the less the application developers know that the sensors on a device are tough notch in the MNC release we exact we added exactly such a signal for the developers we call it high five sensors if the feature is defined you will know that the sensor are really accurate there are stringent requirements on the resolution range and performance of all the expected sensors you will know that a large batch size is supported allowing you to conserve a battery you will know that the timestamps on the sensors will be very highly accurate for many applications that integrate sensor values over time for example dead reckoning and error in the timestamps is the same as an error in the sense of value itself and often worse finally you will know the sensors are low latency Wi-Fi sensors have stringent latency requirements to support all possible interactive use cases that we have run into checking for the high-five sense of support is very easy this code snippet shows you how to do it we're simply looking for a feature string to be declared so with the quick query to the package manager you can be assured that your device has great sensors and and will support all the fundamental pillars of contextual awareness sensor capabilities are improving getting more ubiquitous and we're seeing a huge demand for these additional capabilities we are the location and context team we're constantly working on integrating sensors into everyday use experiences to make Android devices useful and a delight to use location is the other huge and complex sensor that a services consume I will hand it over to David to walk you through that part of the story thanks Ashutosh hi I'm David and I work as a software engineer on the Android location team you've just heard about a lot of the exciting capabilities we have with low-level sensors and now I'm going to talk about our higher level location api's and how they do a lot of the sensor fusion work for you the fused location provider is our primary API for producing locations it combines many of the sensors Ashutosh just talked about including GPS Wi-Fi cell accelerometer magnetometer and gyroscope it's used by Google Maps to power the current location blue dot and by Google now to provide invisible assistance like reminding you where you parked your car Android apps provide input hints on accuracy requirements and frequency and the SLP decides which sensors to turn on in order to manage both power and accuracy within the constraints of user settings in the next few slides I'll dive into the details of some of these sensors and show how the SLP uses them GPS is one of the most mature location sensors that we use and when it works it usually works great it shines outdoors when you have a clear view of the sky but it has some trouble in cities with tall buildings and when you're indoors it often doesn't work at all it's relatively power hungry and eats the battery pretty quickly when active the SLP will use GPS when app requests the highest accuracy location available it will also sometimes use GPS for balance power app requests on newer devices that support GPS batching Wi-Fi is another staple location technology that has become more and more useful as Wi-Fi access points have proliferated around the world unlike GPS it works well indoors where people typically have Wi-Fi the accuracy usually isn't as good as GPS but it's good enough to tell you what part of the building you're in and often what floor you're on like GPS the power isn't great but it can be improved by reducing the location frequency and knowing which cell tower you're connected to also gives a very coarse estimate of location it can usually tell you what city you're in and sometimes which a neighborhood unlike GPS and Wi-Fi it works both indoors and out and the battery life is great given that the cell modem is continually reconnecting to cell towers anyway so GPS Wi-Fi and cell are the foundation of location sensors surface through the FLP but one of the best parts of using the FLP in your applications is that you continually take advantage of new Google developments in both Hardware adoption and algorithm improvements most of these improvements become active in your apps without any code changes and the next few slides I'll highlight some of the improvements we've recently made and show how to take advantage of them in your apps as I mentioned before dense urban environments are very challenging for GPS when driving near tall buildings it's common for the location to drift or jump to the wrong block at Google we test GPS on a variety of phones and environments this image shows a set up for driving tests that we perform in San Francisco which is one of the harshest GPS environments on the west coast we use a military-grade inertial navigation system that provides centimeter level accuracy in order to collect ground troops location for comparison we also take video imagery to compare position jumps and legs when all devices are in navigation mode this gives us the automated ability to count and measure each device's position jump or leg and then produce a report listing the exact moment when a device experienced these legs and jumps this is an example test drive in downtown San Francisco you can feel a lot of issues with this track positions clump together poor latency and even some positions inside buildings in order to solve some of these problems we've worked with our GPS chipset partners to incorporate their sensor fusion algorithms that combine accelerometer gyroscope magnetometer and barometer with rod GPS pseudo ranges the chips that can fall back to these other sensors when the GPS signal is weak providing a much better user experience this image shows a before-and-after result of this GPS chipset fusion working on a nexus 6p you can see the blue line provides a much more stable position resulting from this fusion as the user drives in an urban environment we've also tackled accuracy in our Wi-Fi location models over the last year we've improved indoor median accuracy by 40% in Google Maps this can mean the difference between knowing it you're in a shopping mall and knowing how close you are to the actual store you're trying to find we've added significant use of the inertial sensors accelerometer gyroscope and magnetometer these sensors don't tell us where the user is directly but they describe how the user moves so we can use them in conjunction with GPS and Wi-Fi to improve location one example of how the SLP uses the accelerometer is by activating it when the device is stationary in order to save power rather than performing costly Wi-Fi scans over and over again we write rely on the low-power accelerometer to tell us when the device moves at which point we resume Wi-Fi scanning we also use all three of these sensors to improve the accuracy of Wi-Fi location if you open Google Maps indoors and walk around you may notice the blue dot follow you around the building as I mentioned before Wi-Fi accuracy alone is not that great but by using sensors we can count your steps detect when you turn and combine this information with Wi-Fi dehonian more accurate location now Ashutosh already talked about sensor batching where we can accumulate sensor data on low-power hardware and process it later likewise we've added support in the FLP for location batching where it collects location data at lower power and processes the batch of locations after the fact if your application doesn't need immediately immediate location updates you can save significant battery by requesting batching this allows the SLP to utilize sensor batching under the hood and also to consolidate network queries an example of this use case might be a sickness app that tracks the user's activity the user will periodically want to check their progress throughout the day but doesn't necessarily need constant updates unlike the other SLP improvements I've mentioned location batching requires code changes in order to activate the power savings in your app here's a code example to activate batching you use a location request object to provide your apps constraints to the SLP the set interval method tells the SLP how frequently to compute locations to activate batching the magic wait call is set max wait time which tells the SLP how frequently due to deliver locations to your app so in this particular example the FLP will compute a location every minute but will deliver them to the app every five minutes typically in batches of five locations now back to the fitness app example let's say it's batching the users locations and then the user opens the app and wants to see their progress immediately the app can call flush locations which tells the FLP to interrupt a batch in progress and deliver the most up-to-date locations as soon as possible the user will see all locations collected in the app and then batching will continue as previously requested so by making a few code modifications the fitness app can take advantage of location batching with significant power savings while still providing the same responsive user experience now that we've seen the latest features of the fused location provider I want to talk briefly overview another set of location api's geofencing the geofencing API is notify your app when the user enters or exits predefined areas of interest such as their work or home it's built on top of the FLP so it inherits all the new features we just talked about that improve accuracy and conserve power in addition geofencing uses activity recognition to dynamically manage power based on the user speed and proximity to the geo fences of interest this code sample shows how to incorporate geofencing into your apps you define up to a hundred circular regions of interest and register for notification I've highlighted the set notification responsiveness call because it's very important for minimizing power consumption it specifies the delay you can tolerate and receiving notification when the user enters or exits a geofence so your app should set this to be as high as as reasonable for your use case so I've shown a brief overview of our location api's and how they do the work of fusing the latest and greatest sensor technologies for you now I'll hand it back to Steve who's going to talk about her upcoming hardware features and how we plan to incorporate them into our api's great awesome thanks David we just heard how we're moving more and more algorithms down into our low-power processing domains or how we just want to offload as much as we can from the main application processor next I'm gonna take a deep dive and talk to you about the Android sensor hub and the cool new things that we're building for it ok our mission with the Android sensor hub is to use all sensors in all wireless radios on a mobile device so we can have a better understanding of the state of the users context and location we want to simplify our users interactions for example pickup to wake the device we want to augment human memory and knowledge like we did with Google Google now with where's my car and we want the users to have a better understanding of themselves like google fit so what did we launch in marshmallow we launched a standalone microcontroller runs always on processing we did this on the Nexus 5x and 6p and we open sourced it to the ecosystem why did we need this separate processor today the cost of computing activities in an always-on fashion for location and activity recognition is really cost prohibitive because of power by introducing this tiny 3×3 millimeter chip we could reduce latency x' improve accuracy x' without hardly affecting the users battery life I'd like to highlight though that sensor hubs are not anything new they've been around for many years however at Google we wanted to standardize on this output so that there's more consistency in the ecosystem this gives us better assurances that when you write your applications they'll work the same across all Android so what did we do how did we do this we connected the following into the Android sensor hub accelerometer gyroscope magnetometer barometer proximity and ambient light sensor by establishing these connections we were able to achieve the following I'm not going to read through this whole list but I want to highlight some examples it's running everything in sensors dot H this includes things like game rotation vectors gravity we're running significant motion detector which is the primary use case for Android doze mode all of our activity recognition models are in this hub and we introduce new gestures like double twist which is a private sensor that you could register your application to today so what are we savings in terms of power it's quite simple when you run activity recognition on the application processor it consumes quite a bit of power when we introduce sensor batching we were able to cut that number down in half running that same activity recognition model on the android sensor hub costs us just a fraction of the power and this is just the start so here's a sneak peak on what we're working on this year I'm gonna highlight some of the big items we're introducing GPS sudo ranges this is groundbreaking as is the first time in history a mobile application will have direct access to the raw GPS measurements this is beneficial to many but especially the phone makers because they could use these measurements to help them in their GPS performance testing and if you ever had a bright idea on how to use GPM at GPS measurements now's your time to shine we're also introducing personalized activity recognition models because we all know my step lengths different from your step length by having a personalized model we'll be able to better our accuracies for activity recognition with the Android sensor hub will introduce downloadable code in marshmallow when we launched activity recognition we lost the capability of updating our algorithms frequently but gained the power savings by running those in the low-power domain in Nexus n or Android n will have the best of both worlds low-power activity recognition with the capabilities are continually updating our algorithms will also connect GPS Wi-Fi and cell directly into the sensor hub which I'll talk about in the next slide so by adding these additional connectivity signals we're gonna move our entire location engine into the hub I noted earlier that power has two sub pillars those were latency and accuracy by moving the location stack down into the low-power domain will improve geofencing because location engines running there so well latency will become better because we could run more often and accuracies will become better because we will have access to more signals so those are the main themes for this year let's touch a bit in the future in order to truly understand the state of a user's context and location we need to answer the following three key questions where's the user examples GPS latitude longitude geofencing which is within your circle or not and semantic location like where am i I'm in Starbucks for activity we need to answer what is the user doing are they walking running on a bike and for nearby we need to answer which devices can I connect to which chromecast devices are nearby so in order to achieve or answer these three key questions we need to push down everything listed here into the low-power compute domain for a location we're already working on the fused location provider and geofencing this year for activity recognition we'll continue to add new sensors and new activity recognition algorithms down into the low-power domain and for nearby we'll work on adding nearby connections and messages into the low-power domain so by answering these three key questions the Android sensor hub will bring the best of Google's databases machine learning algorithms and Google infrastructure at the lowest power this will allow us to bring you always on location and personalized context we'll continue to add more and more signals down into these low-power domains we've already achieved activity recognition and and sensors in marshmallow and soon are about to launch location and dynamically downloadable code in n the future will become more and more contextually aware and by adding these signals will help make you deeper richer experiences in your applications we're truly excited about these possibilities and are looking forward to uh shirring a new wave of api's for your applications thank you so I have one last slide if we could go we have a new developer site this is a nice refresh site go to developers.google.com slash location – awareness we've placed all of our api's in a fresh new look for you guys to acces our location and context information we also have a quick survey that we'd be really interested in getting your feedback on our sensor API so please go to the second link and and fill out this quick and easy survey you could do it at your leisure or do it right now and then the lastly David Ashutosh and I will hang outside for a little while if you guys have any questions or we have office hours on Thursday and Friday at these times thank you very much

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Nubia Red Magic 5G – Unboxing, Setup, and Review – (4K 60P)

hi everyone Aaron here for ZolloTech and
this is the Nubia red magic 5g this is their latest gaming phone with 5g
technology built in and comes in between five and six hundred dollars or so and
is available with eight gigabytes or up to sixteen gigabytes of RAM with 128 or
256 gigabytes of storage now let's flip this over and unbox it here so we'll
take the packaging off here or the wrapper and let's go ahead and open it
up and inside we have the phone itself now it should have an under the screen
fingerprint sensor we'll take a closer look at that in a moment and let's take
this packaging off and we have three different envelopes or three different
packages so inside this one we've got a SIM card removal tool then we've got our
Quick Start Guide it says here just some information about the phone and then a
warranty card as well now on the right we have a charging brick and this is not
the United States variant but there will be a United States variants USB a 2 USB
see look this back and then in here we should have our USB C charge cable so
and here is the charging cable it's a nice red color again USB a 2 USB C so
let's set that aside and take a closer look at the phone itself let's go ahead
and take the wrapper off the phone this is a really interesting color you can
see it says 5g here you've got your cameras so let's go over the specs of
the phone we'll take a look at the design the specs and everything else now
around the outside edge we have a little switch here this is usually a gaming
switch we have a little vent on the side so it's got air that goes through one
side and out the other to keep the processor cool
then we've got some pogo pins for some other accessories they sell on top we
have a microphone and a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack on the right again we've
got these shoulder buttons just like last year's Nubia
magic 3s you've got shoulder buttons here you've got your vent or intake and
then you've got a power and volume button here and they feel like they're
metal but I'm not sure if they are on the bottom we've got a speaker and then
we've also got our USB C charging port along with a microphone now we also have
a SIM card slot as well now we'll pop out the SIM card tray and
we should have dual SIM capability so on each side we can place a SIM card
there is no expandable storage in this phone now let's take a look at the specs
now this is the 12 gigabyte model with 256 gigabytes of storage internally we
have a qualcomm snapdragon 865 along with superfast ufs 3.0 storage and ddr5
ram so not only is the display 144 Hertz it's six point six five inches it's an
AMOLED display 1080 by 2340 with 388 pixels per inch and it supports DCI p3
now not only is it a hundred and forty-four Hertz but it has a 240 hertz
touch esports ultra smooth display it also has 300 Hertz touch sensing
capability on the triggers now on the back we have a couple different cameras
we have a 64 megapixel Sony sensor with an F 1.8 wide lens we also have an 8
megapixel ultra wide and a 2 megapixel macro camera so that's pretty
interesting we can also record in 4k 60 or 8k as well on the front we have an 8
megapixel F 2.0 wide forward facing camera as well internally we have a 4500
milliamp hour battery that supports fast charging with 55 watt chargers and
should charge at about 56% in 15 minutes it will charge 100% in 40 minutes if you
have that fast charger now it also supports Wi-Fi 802 dot 11a b/g/n AC and
a X or Wi-Fi 6 and bluetooth 5.0 a2dp apdex le so this is packed full of specs
for half the price of what you get with a samsung s 20 ultra for example but we
don't have that huge camera array on the back so let's go ahead and boot it up there we go now we'll go ahead and set
it up so we'll connect to a mobile network now it's connecting and checking
for updates and one thing I noticed is it says 90
Hertz in the upper left of the display so it says detected a new version update
now so we'll go ahead and update and it says it optimizes Play Store
compatibility and camera applications so let's go ahead and update this now it's
asking if I want to copy apps and data I won't copy I'll set it up as new and
it says just a sec checking info and we can sign in with Google or do that later
we'll skip that for now and just try to get to the home screen as fast as we can
here now this does have an under the screen fingerprint sensor so it says
unlock with fingerprint we'll hit next so we'll go ahead and setup the
fingerprint sensor every time we do it you can see the screen gets brighter
that's kind of interesting so it's must be optical similar to what oneplus has
says fingerprint add it will hit next and it says adding finishing touches
just to give you a size idea here is the red magic 5g next to a pixel for Excel
so you'll see the size difference thickness wise it's actually not too big
it has a nice curved edge to it so it's not too much bigger but the display is
bigger now if we put our finger on the fingerprint sensor there's an
interesting animation and we won't copy here now this is the home screen of the
nubia red magic 5g and we'll go to settings here after it updated and you
can see this is the 12 gigabyte variant with 256 gigabytes of storage running
Android 10 with the March 1st 2020 security patch so it's actually pretty
up-to-date already maybe there'll be a new update very soon with the latest
security patch now it's also running at red magic OS at version 3.0 now the home
screen skin looks like this it's pretty familiar as far as any other you've seen
in rent magic now a couple of things to know this is very similar to the Google
now launcher so if I slide over here we've got basically our Google now view
but you can't swipe up to go back you have to swipe back to get there so it's
kind of interesting and then it's highly customizable so you can see I have it
set to 144 Hertz for the display and you have that option to change it from 144
Hertz to 90 or 60 and leave it in the status bar so you can change it to 144
for eSports change it back when you need to save some
so that's really nice as well now in the notification in status bar we can also
show our network speed so right now it's gonna give us our overall speed if we're
using network connectivity and it's just nice that we have all these little
customizable options that are really key to people that are playing games on
their phone and if you don't like the gestures that I've been using you can
get back the navigation bar switch it out to whatever you'd like and other
than that you can see we have neo AI for smart game neo speed that helps you with
gaming and you've just got all these really nice effects such as colorful
lighting effects or low power off and all sorts of things now another
interesting thing is other than the lighting we have the cooling fan and we
can tell it to turn on to max speed or even have it turned on for quick
charging so it keeps the battery cool and then you can have it shut down as
well so it's really neat to have all of these different options and it's just
something that's a little bit different than anything else you see out there and
you also have some options such as always-on display they have some nice
options here but the thing that sets this phone apart from others that I've
seen is not its skin but rather it's a gaming mode so in the upper left we have
this little switch here we flip the switch and we go into our game mode and
so you can see we have access to the cooling fan RGB LED strips so if we go
into that we have an RGB LED strip on the back so we'll wait for it to turn on
or off it it lights up this part right here
I can turn it on or off if you want to use that and then also the cooling fan
on or off and now we also have some other options if we swipe from the right
we have options for our fan we have our display switch being switched to 144
Hertz just by tapping on it we also have 4d shocks so it's supposed to be a
better haptic feedback motor and then access to things such as blocking calls
blocking messages or taking a snap of the phone basically a screen shot and
then it also tells us what our CPU and GPU are running at and it's got a bunch
of really interesting stats that you don't normally see on other phones so
it's definitely set up for gaming now let me go ahead and add some games so we
can take a closer look now I've added a couple different games to this phone and
let's go into the gaming mode now as soon as I do this you're going to hear
the fans kick so we'll rotate it here and it's not
terribly loud let's see if you can hear this now that's what the fans ounds like
you can turn it off with this button here and then it kicks back on and it
seems to do a good job you can actually feel air blowing out of the bottom here
so let's go ahead and try a game now because this is in the game mode here
you can go through swipe through your games add a game you can sign in and
then if you swipe to the right it also again shows you what your CPU usage is
at you can assign your triggers and things like that it's really nice so
let's go into asphalt 9 first it seems super fast as well and the sound is
quite good but I have it turned down for this video now this game is super smooth
at 144 Hertz you can see that everything is running nice and smooth it's in full
resolution everything's turned all the way up and the phone is staying fairly
cool but it is getting a little bit warm and let me go ahead and go back to the
game space here you can just swipe in at any time and the back of the phone is
warming up a little bit but that's to be expected when playing something
intensive and ramping up the CPU and GPU let's swipe over and go to call of duty
and check that out so this game is super smooth on this display it looks great it
looks better than I remember it on the Xbox 360 and in general it's very
playable no problems here the framerate super smooth you've got that fan keeping
everything nice and cool now if we want to exit the game we can just swipe to
the right go to the game space and we're back to the main screen flip our switch
here and we're back to the home screen the fan shuts off and you just use the
phone as a normal device and all of your settings go back to normal it's a really
nice way to do a gaming phone and it's pretty interesting now as far as the
camera is concerned on the back we have some interesting options so if we go
into the camera you'll see that we have some zoom options so let me put the
pixel 4xl underneath so you can see this but we can go to 3 X 5 X and then 10 X
and it's actually pretty clear it's not too bad and we also have the option for
macro photos which you don't really see too often so what you need to do in
order to get macro is you actually go into the camera
family here and then in the camera family you go to macro and so maybe I
want to get really close to this looks like it's in focus there we go we've got
some focus peaking which means just the red outline here that lets you know
you're in focus and you can see we have a macro shot so if we zoom in it's
actually pretty nice so it's nice to have that as an option on the camera and
then also you have some really nice video options as well
so if we go into the options here you see we've got grid and things like that
let's see if we can go back let's go back to photo or video here rather then
go back into options and you'll see for the resolutions we have all the way up
to 8k but it recommends it for outdoor use because it probably needs a lot of
light so I've set it to 4k 60 so that's really nice it's got that option so
let's go ahead and see what it sounds like we'll go ahead and hit record and
now we're recording from the red magic 5g so this is what it sounds like just
recording out of it it does seem to have some odd focus issues from time to time
it doesn't seem like it's dual pixel autofocus but this phone is fine for
most people as far as photos and video but it's not going to be something like
an S 20 or a pixel for excel for photos at least with this current version of
software so here's my video on the Nubia red magic 3s let's go ahead and take a
listen to the speaker's quick and turn them up they go nice and loud but they
do distort it high-end so it's pretty good you've got a nice stereo sound as
well that's it for the Nubia red magic 5g let me know what you think about this
color and the phone in general in the comments below for its price it's really
hard to be as far as what you get for specs gaming you've got a fan you don't
have an IP rating really that's going to protect it because you have open vents
and things but in general it's a solid package for the price and you've got a
hundred and forty-four Hertz display which is really impressive but again let
me know what you think in the comments below I'll link this wallpaper in the
description as I always do and if you haven't subscribed already please
subscribe and if you enjoyed the video please give it a like as always thanks
for watching this is Aaron I'll see you next time

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How To Increase RAM On Your Android Phone ||(2020 WORKS)

when you have had a smartphone for a while it can start to feel slow and RAM that is the random access memory can be the issue now Ram is the place where your device towards temporary files and resources and when a program needs something rather than pulling it all the way from the memory it quickly pulls out those files from the RAM giving you a smoother and a seamless user experience with that devices with more RAM can store more data hence are smoother even while playing demanding games or while doing heavy multitasking and devices with low RAM even struggles while doing rudimentary things like browsing the internet or while watching a video the same is the case with any form of computer but unlike computers where you can physically add as much RAM as you need on smartphones the RAM is proprietary and cannot be physically added or removed without blowing the whole thing out but since your device memory the memory that you use to store data is quite similar to your RAM as it also stores data although at a quite slow rate which means you can turn a small portion of a SD card or a device memory into RAM and this is known as virtually creating RAM for your device so I am a hostage game let's make some RAM so in order to expand your RAM you will need three things number 1 a class 4 or higher SD card I strongly recommend using a class 6 a class 10 SD card as faster the SD card better will be the overall performance number 2 a rooted android device if a device is not rooted or if you don't know what route is check the links in the description and get your device rooted number 3 can app from Play Store called as row soft Ram expander which will make the process much simpler now rosa flam expander is a paid app on Play Store and for the money it's totally worth it but before you go ahead and make the investment click the second link under the thumbs up button and install this free app called as memory info and swap file check it will tell you whether your device is compatible for AM expansion or not so install this V app from the Play Store then tap on the row soft Ram expand the test tab on the bottom then select your SD card location and after the test is completed therefore results if a window saying congratulations pop up then you're good to go if not then try it again still if you get no congratulation pop-up then your device kernel probably does not supports Ram expansion and your money is safe or you can give it a shot if it fails then you can always ask for an app refund within two hours of purchasing this app and get your money back from Play Store so there's nothing to lose so get the RAM expander app from the Play Store and open it up make sure that your device is connected to the internet don't forget to grant the root permissions to this app and straight up you'll see a bunch of options and numbers you can either manually configure each one of these settings individually or you can simply tap on the optimal value button and the app will automatically configure all the values based on your device and with that 90% of the work is done now the only thing that you're gonna configure is the swap file slider here from here you can select the amount of RAM that you want to create the app will automatically set it to a maximum Ram value that your device can stably support which is 3gb in my case I'll not recommend you going above the optimal value so let's set it to an even 1gb of RAM as we don't need anything above that you can also set it to as low as 400 MB of RAM or you can go as high as 4gb of but according to me 1gb on top of your existing hardware RAM is more than enough for any activity on your device so let's go ahead and do a quick rundown number one open the app number two granted with permissions and make sure that the internet is turned on number three tap on the optimal value button number four select the amount of RAM that you want to create and don't go above the optimal value after that you'll need to tap on the swap active button at the top and it'll ask you to select two external sd card location you can also try the internal SD card or internal memory if it worked for you to let me know in the comments below that's how it's d card out of it 17 GB is free although we only need 1 GB of space let's go ahead and select that and then tap on the swap active button again and the swapping process will begin now depending on the amount of RAM you want to create it can take between 2 to 15 minutes and it's almost done if everything goes right it should look something like this let's close that and upon sliding down your notification tab you'll find a new info bar showing the amount of expanded RAM that you just have created originally I had 2 GB of RAM on my device plus one more extra GB of RAM that we have just created with a total of around 3 GB of RAM which means woohoo it did work and on a final note the amount of RAM that you have just created will not be reflected in your device application manager as it's a virtual RAM not a hardware based Ram but it will function similar to your internal Ram so earlier when a device on a certain app needed more RAM and there was simply not enough RAM the app or the game slowed down or lagged a lot due to insufficient RAM but now after expanding aram when a device needs more RAM the virtual RAM or the vram that you have just created will be utilized giving you a smoother experience than before now one really basic thing that you should understand is that there are several other factors like CPU frequency number of cores cache memory app optimization for your device background activities and RAM that affects the speed and performance of your device which means RAM alone cannot speed your device but it will help apps which require more to run faster on your device that's how ROM work however you won't see a huge boost in performance in daily activities and apps that uses less RAM as your hardware Ram will pretty much do the job so while playing low-end games on high-end devices with sufficient RAM you won't see any boost in performance however you'll definitely notice a significant improvement in speeds and performance especially while playing high-end games on low-end devices or devices with low amount of RAM and that's enough knowledge for today if you found this video to be helpful interesting and if you got to learn something new today please give this video a thumbs up that really helped me a lot and do subscribe if you want to watch more interesting videos like these until then I'm your host head care from de Android guy signing out and I hope you guys have a great day peace

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Introducing the OnePlus 7 Pro

What does it take to be truly innovative? It all starts before you wake Introducing the OnePlus 7 Pro We set out to create a fully captivating experience With a powerful Dolby Atmos
sound from top to bottom And an immersive display that redefines
the term bezel-less on mobile devices Couple that with a 90 Hz refresh rate
and you can scroll smoothly through your favorite apps Or play the most intense mobile games available
with no compromises That's because we put more computing power
into this device than ever before Now you can move seamlessly between apps with software that anticipates your next move Our adaptive brightness feature gives your eyes the least strenuous experience possible No matter the shot or scene
the OnePlus 7 Pro is up to the task That's because we've added 3
rear camera lenses To make sure you're capable
of catching every moment And, of course,
we didn't forget the selfie camera Power through your day and night
worry free Because with Warp Charge
you're good to go in 20 minutes That means your phone is ready before you are And the camera capabilities don't
diminish when the sun goes down Thanks to our nightscape feature you'll be able to take gorgeous photographs no matter the time of day That's the OnePlus 7 Pro Our most advanced phone ever

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