View Poll Results: Which mobile handset do you use?

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  • Nokia

    44 30.56%
  • Samsung

    59 40.97%
  • BlackBerry

    3 2.08%
  • Apple iPhone

    25 17.36%
  • HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola etc. Please mention it.

    26 18.06%
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    9 6.25%
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    Ha Ha Ha anginem parayam.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by frincekjoseph View Post
    Athu sathyam.
    Security no chance and performance as well.......... without any issues we can use the phone for atleast 6 years. The only issue may be need to change the battery
    Many top officials moved to iPhone because Official Mobile mail access was allowed only on iPhone by companies, mostly European and US based companies.

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    Even singapore also same and official videos are only allowed to caputre in iphones only (I think its mainly because of quality issue rather than security issue )

    Quote Originally Posted by BangaloreaN View Post
    Many top officials moved to iPhone because Official Mobile mail access was allowed only on iPhone by companies, mostly European and US based companies.

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    LG shutting down mobile business


    SEOUL, April 5, 2021 — LG Electronics Inc. (LG) announced that it is closing its mobile business unit. The decision was approved by its board of directors earlier today.


    LG’s strategic decision to exit the incredibly competitive mobile phone sector will enable the company to focus resources in growth areas such as electric vehicle components, connected devices, smart homes, robotics, artificial intelligence and business-to-business solutions, as well as platforms and services.


    LG will provide service support and software updates for customers of existing mobile products for a period of time which will vary by region. LG will work collaboratively with suppliers and business partners throughout the closure of the mobile phone business. Details related to employment will be determined at the local level.


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    BlackBerry ends service on its once-ubiquitous mobile devices




    To legions of executives, journalists and politicians - even the leader of the free world - they were once-indispensable devices for staying connected when ordinary cellphones wouldn't suffice. The devices, with the quirky-sounding name BlackBerry and the QWERTY keyboard that conditioned many people to type with their thumbs, were more ubiquitous than iPhones during the late 2000s. But as of Tuesday, Blackberry models that use the company's operating systems will go the way of the Commodore computer and the LaserDisc. So will their trademark trackballs and Tic Tac-sized letter keys. As part of an "end of life" decommissioning programme that was initially announced in 2020, BlackBerry said that as of January 4, 2022, it would no longer support the devices as the company completes its yearslong shift from making mobile phones to a software-based business model.
    For some, the deadline represents a wistful conclusion to an era before touch screens when BlackBerries dominated offices, airport lounges and the West Wing. President Obama famously clung to his BlackBerry after taking office, prompting the White House to strip it down for security reasons.


    Kevin Michaluk, the founder of CrackBerry, a website and forum dedicated to the once-popular devices, waxed nostalgic on Monday about the rise and fall of the technology. In 2016, BlackBerry abandoned making phones, devices that the company, previously named Research in Motion, had come to define. "The initial sadness for me has been lived several times," said Michaluk, who uses the nickname CrackBerry Kevin. "To use my real name, people don't know who the hell I am." In a message posted on its website on December 22, BlackBerry reminded users that devices running legacy services over cellular networks or WiFi would no longer be able to receive or send text messages or other data, make phone calls or contact 911. The company, which thanked its users for their loyalty, did not comment further on Monday. On its website, the company pointed out that Android-powered models like the BlackBerry KEY2would not be affected by the change.
    Few people came to be more synonymous with BlackBerry than Obama. Writing in his memoir, "A Promised Land," Obama recalled, "Michelle joked that my BlackBerry was like one of those play phones you give toddlers," he said, "where they get to press buttons and it makes noises and things light up but nothing actually happens."





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    Nothing Phone 1


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    One small problem if someone could help me. When I changed my phone I forgot my gmail password. Now Iam not able to login because it is not allowing the 'Forgot password' option.

    My youtube channel which had around 1K views per videos is in that gmail id? Enikku athu thirichu kittiyillengil ente ithra kaalathe sramam muzhuvan pazhavum

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    Tech InDepth: 5G in India, list of 5G bands and supported smartphones


    Airtel will soon roll out 5G services in india and Jio is expected to follow soon after, but what is 5G, how does it work and does your phone support the next-gen network? Find out in today's edition of Tech InDepth.



    Here's all you need to know about 5G services in India and which phones will support them.

    Bharti Airtel announced earlier this week that it will begin 5G services in India before the end of the month. Rival telco Reliance Jio is also rumoured to make an announcement regarding its upcoming 5G network on August 15. With operators finally close to launch the next-gen cellular network in India, here’s a quick look at everything you need to know about 5G in India.
    What is 5G? How is it different from 4G networks?

    The fifth generation mobile network, 5G is a global standard for wireless networks that improves on the capabilities of 4G. 5G not only brings much faster connectivity speeds but also opens new use-cases in gaming, entertainment and other aspects thanks to its high bandwidth and low latency.
    The 5G network will likely focus on sub-6GHz 5G, like many other countries. Sub-6GHz networks are ideal because of their long range and the network is easier to set up. Meanwhile, mmWave 5G, while superior requires users to be in close proximity of 5G signal towers. This also means that for widespread mmWave coverage, a lot more towers will be needed, which is not feasible for all areas.

    5G Bands: What are they and how many do you need?

    Smartphones that have been launching with 5G support over the past couple of years have all mentioned the number of 5G bands they will support, with newer smartphones even supporting 9 or 12 bands. But what are these bands and why are they important?
    The 5G network works on a range of frequencies. These are classified across multiple smaller frequency ranges called frequency bands. While some bands receive low frequencies (wide coverage, slow speed), others receive mid-range frequencies and some bands receive high-range frequencies (high speed, limited coverage).
    The number of bands that your phone has defines the various frequencies of a 5G network that it will be able to receive. That should mean that a phone with more frequency bands should be able to get better 5G reception than one with lesser bands, right? Well, the answer is yes, but also, no.

    A higher number of 5G bands is important on 5G smartphones, but what’s more important is which bands the phones support. The most usable bands in India when 5G networks rollout will likely be mid-range bands like the n78 band. If you have a few mid-range bands that cover the mid-range spectrum, your phone will be capable of using 5G across a larger portion of the spectrum.
    More bands that target the lower end and higher end will, however, determine how well your device can handle the 5G network under extreme conditions. In theory, if you’re in the range of a high-frequency network, while your phone doesn’t support high-frequency bands, you’d be missing out on the fastest speeds. Similarly, if you’re in a remote area where only low-frequency bands have some amount of coverage, you may miss network reception altogether.
    We are yet to find out for sure what spectrum bands various telcos will operate in, in India. For now, if your smartphone supports 3-4 bands or more, you should be able to access 5G networks comfortably in most regions.
    Which smartphones support 5G?

    To support 5G, a phone must have a 5G compatible processor. You can check if your device has a 5G processor by navigating to Settings/ About phone and checking the processor under the Hardware section. If you have a chip mentioned below, your phone will support 5G networks.

    Qualcomm: Snapdragon 865, Snapdragon 865+, Snapdragon 870, Snapdragon 888, Snapdragon 888+, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
    Snapdragon 695, Snapdragon 765/765G, Snapdragon 750/750G, Snapdragon 768/768G, Snapdragon 778/778G/778+

    MediaTek: Entire MediaTek Dimensity series from Dimensity 700 to Dimensity 9000. MediaTek Helio-series and other series chipsets do not support 5G.
    Samsung: Exynos 9820, Exynos 9825, Exynos 990, Exynos 2100, Exynos 2200

    Here’s a list of all smartphones from the popular brands that support 5G networks, ahead of the rollout in India.

    Apple – iPhone 12 series, iPhone 13 series, iPhone SE 2022
    Samsung – Galaxy S-series (S20 and above), Galaxy S20 FE 5G, Galaxy S21 FE 5G, Select A-series, M-series models.
    OnePlus – OnePlus 8-series, OnePlus 9 series, OnePlus 10-series, OnePlus Nord-series
    Xiaomi – Xiaomi 12-series, Xiaomi 11-series, Mi 10-series, Redmi Note 11 Pro+, Redmi Note 11T, Redmi Note 10T
    Poco – Poco F4 5G, Poco M4 5G, Poco M4 Pro 5G
    Oppo – Reno 8 series, Reno 7 series, Reno 6 series, Select Oppo A-series, K-series, F-series phones
    Vivo – V21, V21e, V23-series, T1-series, X60-series, X70-series, X80-series
    iQOO – iQOO 9 series, iQOO 7-series, iQOO Z5, iQOO Z6, iQOO Z6 Pro
    Realme – Realme GT series, Realme GT 2 series, Realme X7, Realme X7 Max, Realme X7 Pro, Realme Narzo 50 5G, Realme Narzo 30 5G, Realme 8/8s/8 Pro 5G, Realme 9/ 9 Pro 5G



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    Iphone 14 Pro


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    The iPhone 14 Pro - it doesn't seem 3rd party repair is viable on this device, despite Apples introduction of the "Self Service Repair" program this year.
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