samsung galaxy Note 9 is the best phone you can buy

Samsung Galaxy note 9 is one of the biggest phone on earth presently. It has some amazing features that can blow your mind.

Please kindly check some of the amazing features that this amazing samsung galaxy note 9 has and that will change your thinking.

• 6.4-inch Infinity Super AMOLED display with 2,960 by 1,440 pixels
• S Pen stylus with Bluetooth connectivity
• Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset with advanced cooling
• 6/8 GB of RAM; 128/512 GB of expandable storage (via microSD card)
• Dual 12 MP camera with adjustable aperture and AI enhancements
• Built-in fingerprint sensor and iris scanner
• Stereo speakers; built-in standard audio jack
• IP68 rating for water resistance
• 4,000 mAh battery with fast wired and wireless charging.

The Galaxy Note9 is Samsung’s most advanced smartphone to date, as well as the best big-screen smartphone available today. It offers power and performance that'll satisfy even the most demanding users, all packed into a stylish package that’s impeccably built. A trial will convince you.

Apple MacBook Pro 15 (2018)

Not a lot has changed on the outside in terms of design, and the continuity is what makes the MacBooks distinct from even a mile away. What you still get is precise build quality that most other laptop makers can only dream of even now. The elegance remains unmatched.

MacBook Pro includes a solid-state drive that’s blazing fast, with sequential read speeds up to 3.2GB/s. The 15‑inch model is available with up to a 4TB SSD, and the 13‑inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is available with up to a 2TB SSD — enough space to take even your biggest files with you, like large photo libraries or video projects. So you can boot up, launch multiple apps, or import huge files in a flash. And with the Apple T2 chip, everything is automatically encrypted on the fly.

For faster performance when working with large files, or running multiple pro apps or virtual machines, the 15‑inch MacBook Pro can now be configured with up to 32GB of high‑performance 2400MHz DDR4 memory.

Mercedes-Benz Reinterprets G-Class, Stronger than Time

Mercedes-Benz C250, AMG Line, Avantgarde, Diamantsilber metallic, Leder Cranberryrot/Schwarz, Zierelemente Holz Esche schwarz offenporig, (W205), 2013

The latest model of the G-Class has been reinterpreted, with the brand staying true to its iconic design, leaving minimal changes from its first predecessor, the 230G. The exterior of the new G-Class pays tribute to classic features like the distinctive door handle and the characteristic closing sound, the robust exterior protective strip, the exposed spare wheel on the rear door and the prominent indicator lights. While the exterior maintains the iconic classic look, the interior of the G-Class has undergone a fundamental modern redesign which reinterprets the genes of the classic vehicle to reflect the exterior.

The new Mercedes-Benz G-Class presents itself in the upmost standard. Whether on or off the road and whatever the operating conditions, the off-road vehicle impresses with its performance, cutting-edge assistance systems, outstanding handling, and safety. Weststar Associates Limited, the Authorized General Distributors of Mercedes-Benz in Nigeria will have the new G-Class available for sale at Authorized dealerships by November 2018.

Getting in the G-Class reveals that numerous design features from the exterior have been transposed into the interior. These include the shape of the round headlamps, for instance, which is reflected in the side air vents and the design of the iconic indicators, found again in the shape of the loudspeakers. Hallmarks of the G-Class include the grab handle in front of the front passenger and the chrome-highlighted switches for the three differential locks. Both have been meticulously optimized and retained as characteristic features.

Another highlight is an instrument cluster in the form of a large display showing virtual instruments in the driver’s direct field of vision and a central display above the center console available as an option.

In this case the two 12.3-inch displays blend visually into a Widescreen Cockpit beneath a shared glass cover. Drivers can choose between three different styles for the displays – “Classic”, “Sport” and “Progressive” and also select relevant information and views according to their individual needs.

The seats in the G-Class are equipped as standard with numerous convenience functions and are ergonomically designed, thus providing enhanced seating comfort and lateral support.

The new G-Class performs even better off-road, while on the road it is significantly more agile, dynamic and comfortable than its predecessor. This new suspension emerged from the collaboration between Mercedes-Benz G GmbH and Mercedes-AMG GmbH. The result is an independent suspension with double-wishbone front axle in combination with a rigid rear axle. As part of their work, the engineers had the task of fighting for every millimeter, because off-road capability not least, also means maximum ground clearance.

The raising of the axles makes a decisive contribution in this respect, while requiring a strut tower brace in the engine compartment to achieve the ruggedness objectives. The specification for the G-Class not only includes solidness and superiority in terrain, but also greater driving dynamics and comfort on paved roads.Thanks to the new front axle design, the on-road performance of the G-Class has therefore been enhanced at the same time. On the road, the “G” is as agile as it is comfortable and provides the driver with a better steering feel. The off-roader stays on track more solidly, and is agile and effortless when driving off-road.

In the new G 500 a high-performance 4.0-litre V8 petrol engine ensures powerful propulsion. The new biturbo produces an output of 310 kW (422 hp) and a maximum torque of 610 Nm at 2000 to 4750 rpm. For the transfer of power, the 9G-TRONIC automatic transmission with torque converter was specifically adapted to meet the needs of the off-road icon. The developers have managed to reduce the shift and response times of the 9-speed transmission by means of a dedicated software application. The wide transmission ratio not only makes driving quieter and more comfortable especially at low engine speeds, it simultaneously also contributes to reducing fuel consumption.

HTC U12 comes in with Android 8.1

HTC U12 is coming with Android 8.1

HTC U12 Life Will Come With Android 8.1

HTC revealed yesterday some of its devices that will get the Android 9.0 Pie update, we would also expect new devices to come with the new Android 9.0. The HTC U12 Life will come with Android 8.1, we presume that it will get the Android Pie update at a later date.

The HTC U12 Life will come with a 6 inch display that will feature a FHD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels and an 18:9 aspect ratio.

The handset will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 mobile processor and will come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, the device will feature front and rear cameras.

On the front of the handset there will be a 13 megapixel camera for Selfies, on the back there will be two cameras, one with a 16 megapixel sensor and the other with a 5 megapixel sensor. The handset will come with a 3600 mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy note 9 was newly launched.

Here, the amazing Samsung Galaxy note 9 was released.Samsung on Thursday launched its new Galaxy Note 9 flagship phone at the Barclays Center in New York, home of the Brooklyn Nets. It's a massive, great phone, as you might expect, and it costs a bomb. But there was much more that Samsung showed off, including Fortnite's Android debut, the Galaxy Home smart speaker and a Galaxy Watch.

BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X First Impressions

The Evolve is priced at Rs. 24,990 and will go on sale end August
The Evolve X will retail for Rs. 34,990 when it goes on sale in September
Both smartphones have a 4,000mAh battery and a 5.99-inch 18:9 display
BlackBerry has launched two new smartphones in India, the Evolve and Evolve X, which the company claims have been designed and conceptualised in India, for Indians. Both smartphones will be sold in the country by licensee brand Optiemus Infracom. The Evolve and Evolve X feature full-HD+ displays, dual cameras, Corning Gorilla Glass 5, and Android 8.1 Oreo. Other highlights of both smartphones include security features such as an in-built password manager, a privacy shade, and root protection.

Both models will be available only via Amazon India initially, and subsequently via offline retailers. The BlackBerry Evolve has been priced at Rs. 24,990 and will go on sale by the end of August. The Evolve X has an India price tag of Rs. 34,990 and will go on sale in the middle of September. We got to spend some time with both smartphones during the official launch and here are our first impressions.

BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X design

The Evolve and Evolve X have a rubberised plastic back that not only looks and feels classy but aids grip. Despite having a 4,000mAh battery, the phones are quite light and are easy to hold in one hand.


The Evolve has a rectangular camera housing and a square fingerprint sensor, which is slightly bigger than the circular sensor on the Evolve X. The cameras on the Evolve X are placed in an oval housing. Our initial impressions of the fingerprint sensors were not positive. The sensors on both phones were accurate but slow and the setup process took much longer than we are used to. Face recognition is also supported by both smartphones but this was also sluggish in our limited experience. However, we will reserve our judgement on these features until we have had a chance to spend more time with the devices in person.

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BlackBerry Evolve X (left); BlackBerry Evolve (right)

The Evolve has rounded edges and the Evolve X is squared-off from the sides. Both phones have a textured power button and a volume rocker on the right edge, which are large, tactile, and well located. The left edge houses the SIM Tray and the USB Type-C port is present at the bottom. We are glad to see BlackBerry has not got rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack, which is present at the top.

BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X specifications and features

BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X feature a 5.99-inch full-HD+ (1080x2160 pixels) IPS LCD display with an aspect ratio of 18:9, an oleophobic coating, and a maximum brightness of 500 Nits. In our limited time with the device, we found the display to be satisfactory, with punchy colours, and decent viewing angles.

The Evolve X is powered by the Snapdragon 660 processor, paired with 6GB of RAM. The Evolve in comparison makes do with the Snapdragon 450 processor and 4GB of RAM. In our limited time with the Evolve X, it performed quite admirably, with smooth animations and minimal app load times. The Evolve however was another story altogether. We experienced stutters while navigating around the UI and the phone froze on us twice during our hands-on period. A definitive assessment of the performance will have to wait till our full review, when we can run games and synthetic benchmarks on both phones.

Both smartphones have 64GB of internal storage, which can be expanded via a microSD card, as well as a 4,000mAh battery with support for Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. The company promises a standby time of 21 days, 24 hours 4G talk time, and 45 hours music playback. We will have to wait and see whether these numbers actually translate to the real-world.

The two new smartphones run Android 8.1 Oreo with Blackberry's custom launcher on top. The company has added their own twist to Android with a host of custom features and applications. An app called BlackBerry Power Centre uses deep learning to analyse app usage and optimise battery settings accordingly. It also lets users modify RAM allocation for each app, and create custom battery profiles. The BlackBerry Hub brings together all communication apps such as Facebook and Twitter into a single app to help you navigate through your social media accounts.

BlackBerry Evolve X

Security features on both smartphones include the BlackBerry Password Keeper app that helps users store passwords in a vault and generate secure passwords, BlackBerry Privacy Shade, which reduces the visible screen size to the area which you are accessing, and BlackBerry's DTEK application which allows users to manage app permissions. We will evaluate all these applications and features in detail in our full reviews.

Features present on the Evolve X but not on the cheaper variant include Dolby Atmos and wireless charging. At the launch event in New Delhi, BlackBerry also announced a wireless charger which will go on sale alongside the Evolve X in the middle of September.

On the imaging front, both phones feature a dual camera setup at the rear. The Evolve X has a 12-megapixel sensor with an aperture of f/1.8 and a pixel size of 1.4 microns alongside a 13-megapixel sensor with an aperture of f/2.6 and a pixel size of 1 micron. The Evolve in comparison has a 13-megapixel RGB sensor alongside a 13-megapixel monochrome sensor, with both having an aperture of f/2.0. Both phones share camera features such as a refocus mode, 4X autofocus, live bokeh mode, and slow motion video. On the front, both phones have a 16-megapixel fixed focus sensor with an aperture of f/2.0. BlackBerry smartphones have sometimes been criticised for their cameras and we will have to wait till we can properly test the new phones to see if they can change this perception.

The Evolve and Evolve X are sure to face stiff competition from the likes of the Nokia 7 Plus (Review), OnePlus 6 (Review), and Asus ZenFone 5Z (Review), all of which have got top marks from us at Gadgets 360. We are eager to test the in-built apps and features, which might just help offset the uninspiring hardware. We will also be evaluating the design, display, performance, battery life, and cameras of both phones. For all that and more, stay tuned for our full review of the Evolve and Evolve X.

The Android vs iSO

In our little mobile tech bubble, one of the most debated topics is the endless battle of Android vs. iOS.

People have been defending their mobile OS of choice for years at this point, and while we're happy with whatever platform you decide works best for you, it is fun to analyze why folks choose Android over iOS and vice versa.

It's really competitive right now. You probably might have not try it out. Most people enjoy it though but don't know about you.

The amazing USB Wall Charger Doubles as a Hidden Camera

This new USB invention I started taken over the world as it has a hidden camera inside. It has helped many people in their homes in the sense that they don't need a camera any longer they just need charge it then it will video what is happening around you and inside your house without knowledge. 

That's why the invention of little things are now common so that they can be movable without notice. This new usb charger has gone so far and wild  And right now, it’s marked down to just $58—55 percent off its usual price.

Whether your primary goal is home security or just good old-fashioned espionage, this unassuming camera lets you monitor practically any space from your wall outlet. Simply plug it in, connect to WiFi, and you’ll be able to keep tabs on your room from your phone, tablet, or computer.

You can choose to have recording begin when motion is detected in the vicinity, and night-vision technology means that you’ll be able to stay vigilant even at night.

You also won’t have to worry about wading through hours of outdated and irrelevant footage, since automatic cycle recording replaces the old with the new.

This covert device also doubles as an actual wall charger—meaning you’ll be able to keep your devices powered up as well.

Or, if you’re less concerned with keeping tabs on your space at night, the USB Wall Charger With Hidden Camera will get the job done during the day for just $50—over 60 percent off.


Interesting facts you'll like to know about your WhatsApp.

Did you know you could pin your important chats on the top in WhatsApp? Alternatively, that you can read WhatsApp message without informing the sender? Like these, there are several other nifty features/tricks/tips that can change the way you use the world’s most popular instant messaging app, according to Here is a list of the tricks.

Read WhatsApp message without informing the sender

To do this, scroll down to the notification plan and enable the flight mode on the smartphone. Once done, just open the WhatsApp chat and read the message. After reading the message, make sure that you close the app from the multi window so that it does not run in the background and synchronise you when online. After the complete process, remove the phone from flight mode.

Share your live location

After rolling our live location sharing on Messenger, Facebook rolled out the feature on WhatsApp too. Once you share your live location with someone, he or she would be able to track wherever you go for the period you select. The three periods that can be selected are 15 minutes, one hour and eight hours.
To share your live location, open WhatsApp, tap on the ‘Attachment’ icon on the typing space bar and select ‘Location.’ Once you do this, you’ll get two options – ‘Share live location,’ and ‘Send your current location.’ Tap on the former option and select the period.

‘Unsend’ messages

Did you just send a wrong message to the wrong person on WhatsApp? You needn’t panic. There is still a way to delete it. Just select the message and press ‘Delete’ on the top bar which has other options like reply, mark star, copy, forward and information. Once you press ‘Delete,’ you’ll get two options – ‘Delete for me’ and ‘Delete for everyone’. Select the second one so that the recipient cannot read the message that you mistakenly sent them. However, you only get seven minutes to delete the message after you have sent it.

Pin your chats

There are times when you want your most important chats on the top of your conversation list. Scrolling down through scores of messages to find that chat can be tedious. Not anymore. In a recent update, WhatsApp added this function. To pin a contact to the top of the list, you have to long press on the chat from that person and then press the ‘pin icon’ that appears right next to delete, mute and archive icons on the top of the page. As of now, only three contacts can be pinned to place them on top of the conversation list.

Create GIFs

You can even create GIFS within WhatsApp and send it to your friends using videos that are saved on your smartphone.
Open the WhatsApp chat of the contact whom you want to send the GIF to. Click on the attach icon > Select Gallery > Go to videos. Select the video you wish to create in a GIF from. As soon as you do this, it will open up in the video editing section of WhatsApp. Here, you have to adjust the length of the video to six seconds or less, as WhatsApp does not support longer GIFS. Once the video length is less than six seconds, the option of converting it to a GIF will appear as a slider on top right. Now all you need to do is take the slider towards GIF, and you’re set.

Editing images

What you can do here is doodle on pictures, and add text and emoticons on them before sending. Select attach > Go to gallery > Select the image you wish to share. Once you do this, the image will open in WhatsApp’s photo editor. On top right, you’ll see options of adding text, emoticons and doodle. You can resize and change colours of all three once you add them to your image.

Format text

You can bold text on WhatsApp by starting it and following it with an asterisk ‘*’. Similarly, for italics, make sure the text is preceded and followed by an underscore sign ‘_’. You can also make your text appear struck off with Strikethrough. For that precede and follow it with tilde ‘~’.

Chat in different languages

English is not the only language in which you can communicate on WhatsApp. If you ever want to type in a different language, open WhatsApp > Go to Settings > Select Chats > Click on App Language. You can then pick the language you wish to type in.
Add conversation shortcuts
Rather than opening WhatsApp and going to the chat of your favourite friend each time you want to talk to them, you can add a conversation shortcut on your home screen. Just long press on the conversation, click on three dot on top of the page and click ‘Add chat shortcut’.

Customise notifications

WhatsApp can send you customised notifications contacts. Open the contact you wish to customise notifications for, click on the top bar, and select ‘Custom Notifications’.

Suicide hotline numbers

WhatsApp actually has suicide hotline numbers. Just go to Settings > Help > FAQ > Security and Privacy. The second last option in the list that will drop down is ‘Global Suicide Hotline Resources.’

Find out when your message has been read

If you want to know if someone has not read your message or they are simply ignoring you, just long press on the message you have sent and then select information icon ‘i’ on the top bar. You will get to know if your message has been read or not. However, you can only know the exact time your message has been read if the person does not turn read receipts and last seen off.

Turn off read receipts

Chances are you already know about this one. You can turn off read receipts on WhatsApp by going to Settings > Selecting Account > Clicking on Privacy and then deselecting Read receipts.

Turn off last seen

Do you feel that people getting to know when you last opened your WhatsApp is intrusive? You will be happy to know that WhatsApp lets you change that. Just go to Settings > Select Account > Click on Privacy > Choose Last Seen and then select the most suitable option.

Switch off media auto-download

Almost on a daily basis, you perhaps receive a multitude of photos and videos on WhatsApp — half of them are actually not needed. You can manage what is downloaded out of all those “Good Morning, have a nice day” type of pictures and videos that you get on a regular basis.
Open WhatsApp, make sure you are seeing the main window – where all your chats are displayed. Tap the three vertical dots on the top right > Settings.
Now tap Chat settings > Media auto-download. You will see three options: When using cellular data, When connected on Wi-Fi and When roaming. Tap each one and disable auto-downloads by unchecking all three options – Images, Audio and Video.