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.
hi this is Chris Benner for Digital Trends calm at CES 2007 LG's motto is life's good and boy do they mean it I'm here at the LG booth with Dimitra and she's going to tell us a little bit about one of their new phones thanks for your time Dimitra what can you tell us about this great new phone you guys have this is the LG VX 9400 which is our phone that we're showcasing here at the booth it's the first mobile TV handset that we that we've ever had as well as the first in technology it's with the new Qualcomm media flow technology so basically what you can do is watch live television on your handset so it's linear broadcasting so if you're at home watching MTV and you wanted to finish your episode you have to go to the doctor you're gonna actually be able to take your phone with you and watch it in the doctor's office awesome great what what TV stations are available for right now and are they more coming sure well the phone actually launches at the end of q1 so probably late March and it will launch with eight different channels including all of the main stations as in FOX NBC MTV Comedy Central and a couple other ones about eight channels and if this is live TV the same thing you're getting on your cable at home live TV that is awesome and do you have a price point that you're looking at for this we actually don't have the price yet close to Romansh they'll actually set it but just know that LG's products are set pretty reasonably priced so we don't see it being completely outrageous and then it'll be the carrier's will will actually launch it probably with their V CAST mobile package well one but it's a it's a great looking phone it's really nice people be able to watch their TV when they're out now what kind of storage options are there on it could you could you load them of movie on it and watch that on the phone well there's actually a microSD slot as a couple of our other handsets actually have this which is added storage so you could literally go to your PC and take either a half a movie or pending on how much storage you have on that microSD and download that right onto your phone and and watch a movie or a movie trailer or live television great it sounds like a really handy device to have well thank you to meet you for your time I really appreciate you taking the time to talk to us and have a really good show really appreciate it thank you very much all right this is Chris Bentham for Digital Trends calm thanks for watching
Hello, welcome to Robojax's ESP32 tutorial. in this tutorial we are going to learn how to steer the pedal motor from the interface of your phone or mobile device or browser to any predetermined angles by simply touching will be controlled via your Wi-Fi will have an unlimited number of pressures buttons. each will have their own angle direction and speed. you can get the code for this by clicking on the link below the video in the description that will do take you to www.robojax.com/learn/arduino let's get started. my name is Ahamd Shamshiri. I present this tutorial from Canada. stepper motor is widely used in many applications and mechatronics automation and other industrial applications and I worked on it for some time pedal motors GS car Arduino and other ways to control it. inclusive direct connection or via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. and I wrote this code for this car so you can control and steer the pedal motor to any desired angle. you just press the push button and the car will go to that corner.
If you are I use a separate video for Arduino here you can set the angle where you can set the direction and you can set the speed for each pushbutton and there are no limits as long as you do not device let you push more buttons you can have, and you can send them to that corner. now in this – really you will be able to control the hiker car with an unlimited number of pushes buttons via Wi-Fi from your phone or your computer or tablet browser. so you have different push buttons each has a separate angle, direction and speed. just touch it and the car will go to that corner and with that speed and direction.so you can have a personal angle with different directions and make you faster can tap it directly on the screen and just send and the car goes there direction. and it is available for ESP 32 and esp8266 d1 mini and NodeMCU Wiring explained let me now explain the wiring.
I connected five volts external 5 volts to make sure you have this module jumper it is connected. and now the 5 volt comes here in the red side is connected to positive it is linked to the negative. for the cars you can not make a mistake as it is linked here for the module I linked like this IN1, IN2, IN3 and IN4 I have some extension connected man-to-woman cable it comes so and in this this IN1 is connected to pin 13, IN2 is connected to pin 12 there is an empty space in between, because this is ground and then IN3 is connected to pin 14 and IN4 is connected to 27, so they are all ordered inside with the exception that there is a ground GND. and these pens are marked exactly as they are here as you can see here G 13 ground G 12 G 14 g27 on this modulates exactly the same g13 ground G 12 14 27 you can change it to any other digital pen as you like. if you die wiring diagram for it is available as part of my Arduino course at udemy.com.
If you want to learn Arduino, I have a course for best sellers udemy where you can learn Arduino from the ground up with hundreds of projects all course material library codes wiring diagram all available in one place. the link for more new courses below this video in the description. Code Explained the original code that I started it from this example if you click on file examples and then scroll down until you see this area is for ESP 32 and it line the distributor web server and then advanced web server. I took it and it changes drastically. due to some of the inclusion and some features so I did not change it easily, but I changed the code heavily. let me now explain the code.
For the code you need to set the pins here. Pins 1 and 2 & 3 & 4 it's for the pins we have in here for these input pins. so i have set pin 13 12 14 and 27. and then because we want us to have four push buttons has four angles, it's for 1 2 3 and 4 so it's these values you see here to 360 and then the next line the direction and in the next slide we have the direction CW, CW is for 360 s CCW is for 270 CW is for 90 and CCW is for 20 and the next one is a speed factor for which it is 10 for the 360 is 1 for 270, so there is to be in line with each other. and if you want have more just add a comma here and if you want you get for example 287 degrees it clockwise capital CW does not put small CW you will get error. and then a speed factor let's say 2 and then the last one here it's a value that when you click it sends the car and it's just text.
"car sent to" and also for the for the last one also a comma and within the double quote the reason why I stated all because sometimes the location refers to something and for example it place where something moves and you call it 5 degrees and here you call it turn if I turn it off I do not know what to do so to enable you to adjust it I prepare it in full. it's the rest the extent you see here is this in this "in" is here and then a speed factor is this text I prepare and allow them to customize it because people use different languages for many other languages or sorry other purpose you need to be able to change it and this angle is this text and then direction did not use it here comma velocity is this text and then send is this text.
So all these texts that you see here is customizable and here including this stop this stop is here so everything you see with the word title you can customize it. SSID and u Wi-Fi password this is a route I use manual I will turn it off. I do not worry if you know the password. if you must explain the full code available as part of my Arduino course by udemy.com.
The link to my course at Udemy is below this video. Demonstration: desktop computer here is the ministry. the first thing you need to know if it's inside the code connected to my Wi-Fi router for this tutorial it's called Robojax. so your computer should be connected to the same as you can look here it is linked to the Robojax otherwise it does not work. so this is the first condition. afterwards if you upload the code on the series monitor it now opens and press it sets the push button here like the reset press the button as soon as you press it, it will press the IP address for you so you can get this IP address, but in the majority of networks you can type it directly http: // roobjaxESP32, so I'm copying it right now by pressing Control + C and I'm going also show you that one that IP address.
So i'm going to open a new one tab and then control V. and press Enter. so it now comes from this module because the module now acts as a web server. and it is defined so first try this on your phone http: // robojaxESP32 if it does not work then use this IP address. this IP will be different from network to make networks, whatever your ESP 32 shows here will be your address. and late i also show you the one that will make it work. let me open a new tab plus paste and enter. and here through the IP address we get and go through it the robojaxESP32 we can also get this. and now here is the demonstration. currently the car is stopped and these are the available values for the four corners with a set direction.
The speed I do not want to show the speed here, but once you click it for example for 270 so it goes when i start turning the car pressure and it shows you the in angle it shows the direction it shows the speed factor you have set the code and it also shows you the time it will take to complete. with this speed this angle. for example if i go for 90 it will work clockwise 90 degrees somewhere. in here, but because the speed factor is 4, it will take 4 seconds to complete the section.
And these 20 degrees clockwise from here maybe up to here and it took 2 seconds because a speed factor was 10. and now look at 360, so it will happen come back to the same place and it will take 40 seconds because the speed factor is set to 10 for 360 if you set it to 1 it will take 4 seconds and 2 3 4 and because it is 10, 10×4 = 40 40, so it takes 40 seconds to complete and I also show you the counter here at the top. so you can see It. and and when it's running at all at the moment you can just click and stop it. so the stop is always available go for 360 and it runs a lot now slowly, but you can stop it at any time. does not matter. so you can move take it anywhere you want and stop it and then stop all this stuff angles apply for example this 90 means that from this point it is now 90 and with the clockwise direction it goes here.
So it will go 90 degrees in that direction and from here to 90 is now here and all these angles are with respect to the last known location. so this way you can move it and stop it where you want. Demonstration with custom values I also worked a lot on this section too, and it was very time consuming so that you can set your angle, for example, you can set it 450 degrees clockwise and speed factor of 1. now it's 450 so 360 plus some extra corner in goose 450 and I put her in before that means it was normal 450 the angle was the factor was 1 it will take 5 seconds to complete angle within 5 seconds. and if I do it 2 that will be the same angle for 10 seconds now it's much slower and it shows her that timing. Demonstration on mobile and here I have now connected my phone to the same Wi-Fi Robo connection and here I enter the IP address I just showed you 192.168.1.100 192.168.1.1 here is now a demonstration with a mobile device let us send it to the clockwise 270 degrees, so that it displays exactly the same as a larger display.
90 degrees and stop it at any moment. 20 degrees and you can go also in here and let me insert 289 degrees here clockwise and go. the push button does not display the text here properly. I need to see why. and now if i go with 360 I state that the speed factor of 10 so it would take 40 seconds before that would happen let's go for it. now it shows that it takes 40 seconds and here also in the same way as you can depart with a speed factor the one means the fastest speed and as you increase the number the speed will slow down down, for example if I set it to 2 and I go 360 clockwise or maybe clockwise it will take 8 seconds because one means four seconds and two means it will complete eight seconds. and the calculation also shows there Caption typed and corrected by Ahmad Shamshiri on June 19, 2020 in Ajax, Ontario, Canada I thank my guests from Patreon.com I did my part to help you learn.
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Hey everyone! Samsung's A-series lineup has always been about well-balanced mid-rangers. This generation is no different. The Galaxy A42 is one of the cheapest 5G phones that you can buy. This elegant device is all about performance and connectivity at the expense of some other aspects of the mobile experience. If you're interested in a 5G phone that won't break the bank, is this the one to get? I'm Angie for GSMArena and this is our review of the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G.
The A42 has an unusual design. While it has rather average dimensions for a 2020 smartphone, it has four different shaded bars at its back, which have a unique Prism Dot look. You have three shades to choose from: white, gray, and black. At 193 grams, it's both heavier and larger than the Galaxy A41, in part due to the huge increase in battery capacity. The plastic back panel curves to the glossy frame on the sides, which makes it less grippy than we would like, and it's a fingerprint magnet if we've ever seen one. Overall though, it's comfortable in the hand and you can always put a case on it for a better grip.
You'll find clicky keys on the sides and a card slot that allows for expanding the generous 128GB you get as base storage. Turn the Galaxy A42 around and you'll find a 6.6-inch SuperAMOLED screen with a notch at the top. The bezels are a bit thick in comparison to many phones out these days. Still, it's an affordable phone so it's not really an issue. There's a fingerprint reader under the display and it's fast and accurate which is great.
You can always use face recognition if that's more your thing. What will be disappointing to some is the screen resolution. At 720p, it's a noticeable downgrade from previous A40 series phones. The A42 doesn't support HDR 10 either, though it does have WideVine L1 DRM support, so you can stream FullHD videos even though the screen has a lower resolution. On the more bright side, the display got a respectable 570nits of maximum brightness, so that is more than enough for good sunlight legibility.
We also found that the screen has very good color reproduction. This smartphone is a mid-ranger, so it's not surprising to find a headphone jack and a single downward-facing speaker. The phone also supports FM radio, which is a little more unusual. The speaker had below-average loudness but as far as audio quality was concerned, it offered a much richer sound than the A41, with well-balanced mid and high tones.
One of the most impressive parts of this phone is the battery capacity. It has a 5000mAh battery in comparison to the 3500mAh that we saw on the A41. Thanks to the huge battery capacity, the low-resolution display, and a power-efficient chipset, we got an amazing endurance score of 144 hours in our battery life tests. Charging speed was less impressive, but considering the beefiness of the battery, that doesn't come as a surprise. The 15W charger that comes with the phone can refill 27% of the battery in 30 minutes and 78% in 90 minutes. A full charge requires two hours. The phone uses the Snapdragon 750G 5G chipset with 4, 6, or 8GB of RAM. It's one of Qualcomm's newest chipsets. This is the second time that we've seen this chipset on a smartphone and it's proven to be quite capable, whether it's in gaming or day-to-day tasks. The chipset, in combination with a 720p display that doesn't need so much power, meant the Galaxy A42's gaming performance was through the roof for a mid-ranger. The Galaxy A42 5G sports Android 10 with One UI 2.5 on top. Unfortunately, the phone doesn't support an Always-on display, but otherwise, the software package is similar to that on other Samsung phones. There are edge panels you can access with a single swipe to the side, gesture navigation, and a dark mode.
Interestingly, the phone doesn't come with Samsung's browser, but it uses Chrome instead. When it comes to the cameras, the phone has the same setup as the Galaxy A41, plus a depth sensor. What you're getting is a 48MP main snapper, an 8MP ultra-wide, a 5MP macro cam, and the new 5MP depth sensor. The main camera outputs 12MP photos, and in daylight we saw a lot of resolved detail, high contrast, low noise, and balanced dynamic range. We saw some minor softness on the edges but it didn't detract from the overall experience. If you choose to dig in the menu and take a snap using the full 48MP resolution, you'll get outstanding photos with even more detail, better contrast, and more accurate colors. So if high detail is what you're after, it might be worth switching to this mode for a photo or two. The 8MP ultra-wide camera was also respectable. Photos had enough detail and contrast, noise was low, and the automatic distortion correction did a great job. Colors were duller than we'd like and the dynamic range wasn't impressive, but those are the only complaints we could come up with for the class.
Portraits were excellent, in part thanks to the new depth sensor. We saw abundant detail, great contrast, and proficient subject separation. The artificial blur looked good, too. The five megapixel macro photos were alright but we've seen better. It takes us four or five tries to get one sharp photo. You can capture tiny details, like the fine text on bills. But the quality isn't that good and it's more of a hassle than we'd like.
In low light, the main camera produced surprisingly good photos. They have enough detail and good contrast and colors retained much of their saturation. AutoHDR was on and it fired in most of the shots, but some highlights still remained blown. There's a Night mode available but only for the main camera and it takes about two to three seconds to work. Photos are slightly cropped and shots are outputted at 8MP instead of 12MP. That said, it did an excellent job restoring highlights, revealing more details in the shadows, cleaning up noise, and improving the contrast. So you should definitely take advantage of it .
The ultra-wide was less impressive than the main camera in low light, but if there was enough light, it could snap some usable images. The phone can shoot up to 4K at 30fps with both the primary and ultrawide cameras. 4K footage from the main camera had accurate colors, excellent detail, adequate dynamic range, and great contrast. 4K clips from the ultrawide were also good, though not as great. The resolved detail was less than we would have liked due to some noise reduction and colors were a bit oversaturated. Overall, it looked good though, with nice contrast and nice dynamic range. EIS is available for both cameras, but you can only use it when shooting FullHD videos. In the notch on the front, there's a 20MP snapper, but it only outputs shots in 12MP.
Pictures didn't have quite as much detail as we would have liked but contrast, colors, and dynamic range were great when there was enough light. In darker conditions, the detail deteriorated dramatically. The Galaxy A42 5G is a bit of a head-scratcher. There is a lot of competition out there and a lot of phones with better screens or more balanced overall packages. If you watch a lot of video content, this might not be the phone for you. But if you're chasing 5G connectivity, great performance, and great battery life (not exactly in that order), then this is one of Samsung's smartphones that you should definitely take a look at. Thanks for watching everyone, stay safe, and I'll see you next time..
Hi, I'm Francisco at YouTube, and I'm here to give you a quick overview on playing YouTube on your mobile phone. You can play YouTube right on the screen of hundreds of different phones. To access YouTube, go to www.youtube.com on your phone's web browser. We've built a special, mobile version of the website. Navigating, searching, and watching millions of videos is simple, and it works just like on your computer. You can also login to your YouTube account, see your favorites, share, and comment on videos. That's it! it's simple to watch videos right on your cell phone. And if your phone can take videos, you can send them straight to your YouTube account. Not all phones are able to stream videos. To see if yours can, visit www.youtube.com on your phone, and test out a video.
Lastly, and this is important — we highly recommend getting an unlimited data plan. Just like on your computer, YouTube doesn't charge you anything to use the site, But you may get charged for data use by your cell phone provider. If you're not sure if you have a data plan, contact your provider. Thanks, and have fun watching YouTube videos on your phone!.
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Simple Tips And Tricks For Your IPhone
An iPhone is a terrific way for you to join the 21st century. Sleek, user-friendly, and powerful, this phone is more than a phone: it is a self-contained communications center. If you want to learn more about how to use this machine, keep reading. This article contains tricks for you to do even more.
Use your iphone to watch videos online with ease. Thanks to the YouTube application, you have access to millions of videos with just the touch of your finger. All you need to do is a search for the kind of video you wish to see and then press play so that you can view it.
When you open your email inbox on your iPhone, you’ll usually see the first couple of lines of each message displayed in the list. Depending on your personal style, you may feel more comfortable with more or less preview information. Fortunately, you have lots of control over this feature. Just go to the Mail, Contacts, and Calenders section of your Settings and tap Preview. You can set the preview for anything from five lines down to zero.
You can check where links will take you to by slightly pressing on them instead of tapping. This is the equivalent of hovering your mouse over an element displayed by your computer; you will see more information about the links you touched. Always check links you receive in your emails, especially if you do not know the sender.
Use your iphone to stream movies to your television. There are plenty of ways to stream movies. Many of them are expensive. If you already own an iphone, you can actually sync it to your television. Using your iphone, you can then stream movies or shows from the internet, directly to your television.
Control your iPhone music without going to your music app by simply sliding your app bar once to the right. There you’ll be treated to a mini music control system that includes play and pause, next and previous buttons. You can even get quick access to whatever app is currently playing music in the same area.
If it is crucial that you receive notifications on your iPhone, you can use LED flash. To use this feature, all you need to do is go to “settings”, then tap on “general” and finally “accessibility”. Just turn the slider on for “LED Alerts for Notifications”. You will see the LED light go on the next time you receive a notification.
There is a simple way for you to delete your emails on your iPhone, rather than going through them all one-by-one. When in your inbox, click on the edit button. Then, use your finger to check off the emails you want to get rid of and choose the delete option.
If you have Siri on your latest generation iphone, remember that you need to speak simply, clearly and slowly. If you speak too fast, in a deep accent or mumble your words, she won’t be able to understand you, and you’ll end up being frustrated. Try to learn the words that she recognizes easily so that you have an easier time using her.
If you are looking for wi-fi for your laptop, you can turn your iPhone into a personal hotspot. This basically turns your 3G signal into wi-fi that any of your other digital devices can use to log onto the Internet. Some carriers charge for this ability, so look into it before trying.
To conserve battery life, lower the display brightness of your screen. You only need a bright screen in dimly lit situations, so lower it during the day or anytime you will not be using the phone for some time. This is a great way to conserve battery life and avoid having to charge your phone so often.
Unfreeze your phone by trying this trick. If you find that the screen has frozen, push Sleep/Wake. If that does not work, press it again at the same time as you push the Home button. You will receive an option to slide to power off. That will allow you to do a hard reset, so you can turn off your phone, and then power it up again.
The ability to buy Kindle books right from your iPhone’s Kindle app was a casualty in a recent Apple-Amazon battle. Don’t worry, you can still use your iPhone to purchase books without resorting to a computer. Just use Safari to navigate to Amazon and purchase your next read the same way you would on your home computer. Remember to select your iPhone in the “send to” menu!
In addition to countless other amazing features, it is important to note the iPhone’s ability to be used as a portable e-reader. Because it is possible to download individual books as well as applications containing literary anthologies of virtually every description, you can conveniently carry your favorite classics or the latest best-seller everywhere you travel.
Ask others about what they use their iphone to do. It can be very easy to learn a lot about your phone is you seek assistance from someone that has a lot of experience with the phone already. Just ask anyone you know for help. Chances are they will be happy to share their wisdom with you.
When you are typing a text message on the iPhone, you can select the whole body of text by holding down your finger on the sentence for approximately three seconds and clicking select all. This will give you the ability to delete or copy the whole set of text that you have selected.
If you have dropped your IPhone in water, use rice to try and dry it out and get it working again. Remove the battery and place the IPhone in a sealed container of dry, uncooked rice. Cover the phone completely with the rice and seal the container. Keep the phone in the rice for at least a day before trying to use it again.
You can learn to do so many things with your iPhone. Now that you know more tricks, you can use your phone to help you do things you may not have expected. Keep exploring and learn how to make your phone work best for you. Use the tips here to help you get started.