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Best Nokia Smartphones of 2017

Best Nokia phones coming in 2017

Posted: 10 , by Tamim Khan

Best Nokia phones coming in 2017
Reborn as HMD Global by former Finnish personnel, Nokia is set to release as many as six or seven Android handsets in 2017. Three of them (the Nokia 3, 5, 6) are already out in certain parts of the world and headed for a global release this or next month. Meanwhile, the Nokia 7, 8, and 9 could become fact in the second half of the year.
All Nokia smartphones will differ a lot in terms of technology and prices, but have one thing in common – they run pure Android Nougat, and Nokia has promised regular monthly security updates. Here’s what we know about each upcoming model.

Nokia 3

Best Nokia phones coming in 2017

This is the entry-level model which will cost about $150 and features a modest, but workable set of specs. It’s also a looker with its metal frame and clean design that’s reminiscent of cheaper Sony phones. While Alcatel has a $99 handset that competes quite formidably, this one has Nokia written on it. Never underestimate brand power!

Nokia 3 Specs
Operating system: Android 7.0 Nougat
CPU: MTK 6737, Quad-core 1.3Ghz
RAM: 2GB
Display: 5.0” IPS LCD (1280 x 720, 16:9)
Camera: 8MP AF / 8MP AF (front)
Battery: 2650 mAh
Storage: 16GB (expandable)

Nokia 5

Best Nokia phones coming in 2017
The Nokia 5 is more of a mid-range model with a slightly bigger display and a cameraupgrade. It’s powered by a Qualcomm chip, too. It’s going to cost around $200, just $50 over the Nokia 3. It could be a better choice for the long run, although the 4 and 5-generation Moto G have it completely cornered at the $200-something price point in the US.
Nokia 5 Specs
Operating System: Android Nougat
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
Display: 5.2” IPS LCD 1280 x 720
Camera: 13MP PDAF / 8MP AF
Battery: 3000 mAh
Storage: 16GB (expandable)

Nokia 6

Best Nokia phones coming in 2017
The Nokia 6 is the most powerful Nokia phone you will be able to buy until the 7, 8, or 9 are out. Although still powered by the humble Snapdragon 430, the Nokia 6 ups the ante with an aluminium body, 1080p display, dual speakers and a 16MP camera. It probably won’t cost over $250. We believe Nokia could have pushed the spec sheet a bit farther, upgrading to the Snapdragon 625 processor. The Nokia 6 seems over spec’d for a Snapdragon 430 device, and could be made redundant by the Nokia 7 and 8’s existence.
Nokia 6 Specs
Operating System: Android Nougat
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
RAM: 3GB
Display: 5.5” IPS LCD 1080p
Camera: 16MP PDAF / 8MP AF (front)
Battery: 3000 mAh
Storage: up to 128GB (expandable)

Nokia 7 & 8

Nokia 8 design sketch with moose for added awesome

Nokia 8 design sketch with moose for added awesome

The Nokia 7 and 8 are upcoming upper mid-rangers, based on the QualcommSnapdragon 660 chip. They will have metal bodies. The 7 will get a 1080p-resolution screen, while the 8 will get a 1440p one. Carl Zeiss optics are a possibility for their cameras, and no dual camera setup is expected on these models. That’s the little we know about these handsets.
Nokia 7 & 8 Specs
Operating System: Android Nougat
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 660
RAM: Unknown
Display: Unknown 1080p and 1440p displays
Camera: Unknown
Battery: Unknown
Storage: Unknown

Nokia 9

Nokia 9 concept render, based off the older Lumia look

Nokia 9 concept render, based off the older Lumia look

The Nokia 9 will be the premium model, trading blows with the Galaxy S8, the LG G6, and whatever else comes along this year. Powered by the flagship Snapdragon 835 processor, it’s expected to have a 22MP dual camera setup and a 12M front camera, along with OZO audio (360-degree spatial technology) and IP68 water-dust resistance. The Nokia 9 will pack a serious punch, but it will also have to look current. If it looks anything like the cheaper Nokias, it will seem out of place among all those thinned-out bezels!
Nokia 9 Specs
Operating System: Android Nougat
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
RAM: up to 6GB
Display: 5.5” 1440p
Camera: 22 MP PDAF with Zeiss optics / 12MP (front)
Battery: 3800 mAh
Storage: up to 128GB (expandable)
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Apple iPad Pro Review

Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review

Posted:  , posted by Tamim Khan

Introduction

Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review
Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review
Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review
Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review
Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review
Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review
Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review

This is the part where we normally introduce our readers to the device being reviewed, but seriously, does the iPad need an introduction? Not really. Six years ago, it single-handedly defined what a modern tablet should look and feel like. Today, it is the only tablet that matters in a segment of the mobile industry clutched by stagnation. And the iPad Pro 9.7 – the newest member in the lineup – further solidifies Apple’s position as a leader on the tablet scene.

Bearing a “Pro” in its name, the iPad Pro 9.7 adopts most of what we loved about the 12.9-inch model from last year – the duet of productivity-oriented accessories, the outstanding 4-speaker sound setup, the performance of Apple’s most powerful mobile processor, to name a few examples. With this new model, it all comes at a size that’s more manageable, more portable, more familiar to users, sprinkled with a few extra bits we’re going to mention in a moment. But at the end of the day, the iPad Pro 9.7 is an expensive piece of kit, starting at $599 without accessories. Is the figure justified?

In the box:

  • iPad Pro 9.7
  • USB to Lightning cable
  • 10W Wall Charger
  • Quick start guide
  • 2 Apple decals

Design

Yup, it’s an iPad alright – sleek, pretty, portable, and… familiar. Too familiar, perhaps. In fact, if you put an iPad Pro 9.7 next to an iPad Air 2, you might have a hard time telling them apart. The weight, dimensions, and overall design of the two models don’t just come close. They’re identical. And how are people around us to notice that we’ve upgraded?

Oh yes, the color! The iPad Pro 9.7 comes in Rose Gold, adding another option alongside the silver, gray, and gold variants we’ve already seen. So far this is the only iPad – and one of the very few tablets, for that matter – to be available in the trendy hue.

Colors aside, the newest iPad adopts all the design traits an iPad is known for. Meticulously crafted, the tablet’s metal body is pleasant to the touch and a beauty to behold. Its buttons – a pair of volume keys and a the home button with built-in Touch ID fingerprint reader – are conveniently placed and easy to operate. This is why we don’t really mind Apple sticking to its tried and tested design formula – there’s pretty much nothing in urgent need of change.

But there’s this one thing sticking out… Literally. That’s the protruding camera module spoiling the otherwise perfectly flat back side of the device. Still, we’ll swallow that, knowing that the snapper is supposed to be a great one. And no, it doesn’t make the tablet wobble, in case you’re wondering.

Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review

Display

At a glance, not a whole lot of surprises become apparent. The 9.7-inch iPad Pro comes with a 1536×2048-pixel display at a 3:4 aspect ratio, just like the iPad Air 2. This gives it 264 pixels per inch, which is perfectly sufficient for a tablet. And it is a thing of beauty! Anything from high-res images and video to fine text and 3D graphics looks splendid on the iPad’s screen. On the downside, we’re disappointed to see no 3D Touch functionality here, the reason for its omission still being unclear.

One thing that’s new is the so-called True Tone Display technology, exclusive to the iPad Pro 9.7 as of this writing. In simple terms, it makes the display “colder” or “warmer” to match the temperature of the ambient lighting. The display should look more natural as a result of the color fine-tuning – “almost like looking at a sheet of paper”, as Apple puts it. Perhaps “almost” is too strong of a word, as we can’t really see a dramatic difference. The color shift is really there, but it is very subtle, and we definitely don’t feel like reading a book or a magazine when using our iPad. The real benefit of True Tone Display, in our opinion, is that it eliminates the blueish tone of the tablet’s display. Regardless of the lighting conditions, whites really do look milky white, not bluish as they would appear on most other mobile screens.

Speaking of colors, the iPad Pro 9.7 displays them beautifully and faithfully, as confirmed by our display measurements. All shades across the spectrum meet their target values with only slight, if any, deviations. There are some inconsistencies with the various shades of gray, but they’re tolerable.

We must also applaud Apple for delivering a tablet that’s easy to use even in broad daylight. The iPad Pro 9.7 shines with over 500 nits of brightness, which, when combined with its low reflectivity, translates to great outdoor visibility.

Display measurements and quality

MAXIMUM BRIGHTNESS(nits)HIGHER IS BETTER MINIMUM BRIGHTNESS(nits)LOWER IS BETTER CONTRASTHIGHER IS BETTER COLOR TEMPERATURE(Kelvins) GAMMA DELTA E RGBCMYLOWER IS BETTER DELTA E GRAYSCALELOWER IS BETTER
Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch 522
(Excellent)
2
(Excellent)
1:881
(Average)
7054
(Good)
2.21 1.65
(Excellent)
4.64
(Average)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7-inch 375
(Average)
1
(Excellent)
unmeasurable
(Excellent)
6605
(Excellent)
2.17 2.29
(Good)
1.24
(Excellent)
Apple iPad Air2 410
(Good)
4
(Excellent)
1:1063
(Good)
7001
(Good)
2.22 4.23
(Average)
2.72
(Good)
Apple iPad Pro 379
(Average)
3
(Excellent)
1:1576
(Excellent)
7404
(Good)
1.87 2.47
(Good)
7.02
(Average)

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BD Hip Hop Fest 2017 Coming Soon

We Rendezvous Pvt Ltd, are going to arrange BD Hip-Hop Fest 2017 on 25th December 2017 at ROYAL TULIP SEA PEARL BEACH RESORT & SPA. After the success of BD Hip-Hop Fest 2015 and 2016, the potential crowd has been eagerly waiting for the third version of this hyped event. Thus, the great response from the following last two versions has given us the drive to come up with the third series that is BD Hip-Hop Fest 2017. The event will consist of acts from all the elements of Hip-Hop such as: RAP Beatboxing B-Boy Dancing Graffiti Art Music Production Hip Hop Fashion Show Fire Spinning War of DJ’S The team of Rendezvous Pvt.Ltd and all the performing artists will give their utmost effort to flamboyantly portray all these elements in the event. Through this event, we can develop the young Hip-Hop culture of Bangladesh. Our aim is to inspire the youth of Bangladesh in positive ways through the influence of Hip-Hop and in order to achieve this we have taken the initiative to execute this grand event. We are expecting a huge crowd consisting of Dhaka’s youth, young corporate, professionals, local community people and much more. Since the fest consists of a significant financial involvement, we hope that your company will come forward in sponsoring this event against substantial promotional offering from us. Your kind co-operation will be highly appreciated

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