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Unlock the Jamaica Digicel Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+



Samsung released the Galaxy S6 Edge+ in August 2015. It’s available in 32GB and 64GB model variants, and in black, gold, silver, or white. The Galaxy S6 Edge+ has a 5.7″ super AMOLED, curved edge, touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass and TouchWiz UI. It currently supports Samsung Pay for MasterCard and Visa. The S6 Edge+ also has a 16MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera. This model uses an octa-core processor and 4GB RAM for high performance and functionality. Once unlocked, this device can be used with compatible network providers.

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* Our Automated system will E-Mail you the Samsung Unlock code
* If you are travelling, buy a local SIM card and save on roaming fees
* Unlock your Samsung device from the comfort of your own home
* No complicated rooting,software, or cables required
* Simply enter the Samsung Unlock code we e-mail you
* There is absolutely no risk of damaging your Samsung phone by unlocking it.
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How to Unlock Your Digicel Galaxy S6 Edge+

1. Insert a foreign sim card
2. You’ll be prompted for a SIM network unlock PIN
3. Enter the 8 digit unlock code provided
4. Your device is now unlocked!

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Device Comparison, Part 2: Screen Size & Resolution

Device Comparison, Part 2 Screen Size & Resolution

While choosing one smartphone over the other may be exciting, it can also be an overwhelming and daunting process. You must consider brand name, processor speeds, and every other seemingly minute facet, especially the screen size and resolution.

Here is a breakdown of the different types of displays across the wide range of mobile devices today.

Thin Film Transistor (TFT) LCDs

Undoubtedly, the most common type of display used in mobile phones and tablets are TFT LCDs. These screens are upgrades over previous versions of LCD displays and offer higher resolutions and better image quality. These are on the cheaper end of the spectrum and are commonly found on budget devices.
Even with all of its glamor, TFT LCDs are limited by poor visibility and narrow viewing angles in direct sunlight or light. These screens also consume significantly more battery power, which makes them less battery friendly.

In-Place Switching (IPS) LCD

In comparison to TFT LCD screens, IPS LCDs are much better. These screens use less power and offer wider viewing angles, which both contribute to a better battery life. However, these screens are more expensive than the standard TFT LCD screen. IPS LCDs are found on more upscale phones, such as the iPhone 4. With a significantly higher resolution of 640 x 960, it has a remarkably brilliant picture quality and is known as Apple’s coveted Retina Display.

Resistive Touchscreen LCD

Resistive touchscreens are designed with two layers of conductive material. Each layer is separated by a tiny gap, which includes acts as resistance for the device. Anytime the user touches the screen the two separate pieces of glass touch and creates a circuit.
The phone’s mobile processor or chip recognizes this information and communicates it to the OS. These types of touchscreen devices are not as responsive and commonly require a stylus to effectively identify points of touch. Resistive touchscreens are typically used in lower feature touch phones and screens.

Capacitive Touchscreen

Capacitive touchscreens are more high-tech than resistive devices. With capacitive touchscreen devices, the thin layer of glass is coated with indium tin oxide or another transparent conductor. Anytime the screen is touch by a finger, the interruption in the electrostatic field of the screen. This interruption is detected by the phone’s chip or processor, which communicates to the OS to act accordingly. These types of devices are much more effective for human touch and are more likely to be used in more expensive phones.

Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED)

OLED is one of the newer technologies mainly used in monitors and different mobile displays. With OLED technology, a carbon-based, organic material is placed between a cathode and an anode, which serve as two conducting sheets. In turn, these two sheets are sandwiched between a substrate (bottom glass plate) and a glass top plate or seal. As an electric pulse is applied to the two sheets, an electro-luminescent light is created from the organic material between the sheets of glass. Color and brightness can vary based on the actual electric pulse.
In comparison to LCDs, OLEDs are significantly better because of their wider viewing angles, lightning fast response time, exceptional reproduction of color, and light weight designs.

Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode (AMOLED)

AMOLED are a certain type of OLED displays for smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. These types of displays are quickly growing in popularity among more expensive devices. AMOLED screens offer all of the same attributes of OLED, such as light weight design, higher sharpness and brightness, amazing color reproduction, and superior battery life.
These displays are currently being used in the mainstream devices, such as some of the newest Nokia N8. The AMOLED display is superior to the TFT LCDs.

Super AMOLED

Super AMOLED displays are a more advanced version of AMOLED. Super AMOLED displays were created by Samsung and actually includes touch sensors on the display. This is in direct contrast to having to create a separate touch sensitive layer. Because of the ability to have a single layer, Super AMOLEDs are the thinnest display technology on the market.
Samsung’s state-of-the-art devices, such as the Galaxy S I900 now come with this display. Super AMOLED displays are significantly more responsive than other AMOLED displays.

Retina Display

Retina display got its name because none of the pixels can be individually identified by the human eye. Instead of seeing individual pixels, you only see a brilliant, super sharp retina display. This type of display is used by Apple for its high resolution (640 x 969 pixels) IPS LCD.

Tactile / Haptic Touchscreen

When Nokia and Blackberry needed a display for their enterprise market smartphones, they chose tactile/haptic technology. With each touch action, the tactile touchscreen instantly feedbacks to deliver an unmistakable and immediate confirmation to the user. This technology has been found to bolster user performance, satisfaction, and accuracy while using keying words on a touchscreen.

Gorilla Glass

Gorilla Glass is some of the toughest material on the market. It’s designed with a special alkali-aluminosilicate glass that provides protection against drops, scratches, and everyday bumps. A large number of mobile device manufacturers are choosing Gorilla Glass, such as Nokia, Samsung, and Motorola. This technology makes the device more reliable and durable. In the end, users will always find more safety and security in using a device with Gorilla Glass.

The ‘Best of the Best’ in Smartphone Display

Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge

Both of these phones are equipped with Samsung’s powerful AMOLED technology stretched across a 5.1-inch to 5.5-inch 2k display. Users enjoy vibrant colors and deep blacks on Samsung’s Adaptive Display. Both of these devices boast a stunning resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels, giving the Galaxy s7 Edge a pixel-per-inch (ppi) density of 534 & the Samsung S7 a ppi density of 577 respectively.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+

With a 5.7-inch display, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge + features a 2k display and Gorilla Glass 4. While the pixel density of this device isnt as high as some of its competitors, the S6 Edge+ offers a ppi density of 518, it remains a solid choice for anyone interested in a crystal clear image.

iPhone 6s Plus

Apple is still using LCD technology on it’s iPhone. Unfortunately, LCDs do not have the same super rich blacks as OLED displays. This factor limits the iPhone’s ability for high contrast. Although it doesn’t have the 2k display, the iPhone 6s Plus Retina HD includes one of the highest color accuracies on any smartphone.

Droid Turbo 2

Hailed as the world’s first shatterproof phone, Motorola’s Droid Turbo 2 is truly in a class of its own. It’s designed with doubled-up touch sensors laid over a flexible Gorilla Glass OLED display, which will bend but not break.

LG G5

The LG G5 boasts a large 5.3-inch screen made from Cornings Gorilla Glass. This phone offers its users a crisp images on both photos and games with a resolution of 1440 x 2560, giving its a ppi density of

 

iPhone SE

iPhone SE-2


iPhone SE – Powerful Performance In A Small Phone

3 years after the last 4-inch design was released by the company, Apple unveiled its latest smartphone on March 21st: the iPhone SE. Despite its compact design, the iPhone SE combines its 4-inch display with powerful performance hardware similar to what you can find on the iPhone 6S.
With affordable pricing and fast internal compone
nts, the iPhone SE is a refreshing entry to the small phone market, finally bringing a small handset that does not sacrifice performance just for size.

iPhone SE Design

The 4-inch design of the iPhone SE is probably familiar if you have used Apple products in the past, as it is basically the same body that is used for the iPhone 5S.
There are a few minor detail changes to the body design between the two devices such as the iPhone SE having slightly different edges (matte instead of shiny) as well as a slightly different finish on the logo.
There will be different color options available on the iPhone SE to suit a wide range of styles. Color choices for the device include pink (being called rose gold), silver, space gray, and gold.

iPhone SE


Performance Features

Where the iPhone SE really shines is in the hardware that it features. It will come with an A9 chip processor as well as an M9 coprocessor just like you would be able to find in the iPhone 6S. The smartphone will also have 2 GB of RAM just like the 6S.

The coprocessor design is used to allow some apps such as Siri to always stay enabled but keep battery consumption at an absolute minimum. While battery life depends on how you use the phone, the battery life of the iPhone SE allows for 14 hours of in-call use or around 13 hours of mobile browsing time.
The back camera on the iPhone SE will be 12MP, not necessarily the highest resolution smartphone camera on the market today, but with new software features for the iPhone SE camera app, photos remain crisp, clear, and in focus.

Release Information

The iPhone SE will be available for pre-order on March 24th but the device will not begin shipping until a week later, on March 31st. Depending on how much storage you prefer, you have two options for your iPhone SE handset. The 32 GB version is suggested to retail at $499. The handset with just 16 GB of storage, however, is available for pre-order for only $399, making it one of the most affordable high-end phones on the market today.

iPhone SE



In less than a week, you’ll be able to purchase the newest iPhone: the iPhone SE. What makes this iPhone stand out from their recent releases is the fact that Apple has reverted back to their 4” display days. As mobile-phone users, a lot of us have grown very comfortable with the productivity and feel of larger phones. Any phone produced these days with a display smaller than 5” is considered abnormally small and would likely be disadvantaged in the market. However, it definitely looks like Apple is going after this stigma by manufacturing a phone specifically tailored for the niche of people who just couldn’t get on board with the “phablet” fad.

The iPhone SE is essentially a significantly upgraded version of the iPhone 5S–and for many people, the upgrade that Apple missed by doing the iPhone 6’s release. The SE has an extremely similar design to the 5S, including the flat chamfered edges, sides, back, and front. It has the same logo designs and locations, including the matte styles. Other than the change with the camera–which looks flush now–, fans will be able to choose between Space Grey, Silver, Gold, and the ever popular Rose Gold.

While there’s not much change on the outside, the internals of this phone received a massive boost. With the exception of 3D Touch (which is quite a shame, considering the extensive marketing Apple did to promote the feature) this is basically the iPhone 6S packed into a smaller case. The SE will be a ‘love it or hate it’ phone. Either you’ll love the size or you’ll find yourself constantly squinting and zooming into things to see better.

iPhone SE Pink


I personally find that I’ve really grown to embrace the phablet trend. There was once a time when I thought the Galaxy S2’s 4.3” screen was too big and I made jokes about people who used the original Galaxy Note 1. Now, I can’t even imagine going back to anything smaller than 5”. Even the iPhone 6S feels too small. While a smaller phone was more convenient to carry around and felt less fragile in my hands, it’s just not worth sacrificing the screen estate that I’d grown so accustomed to. However, this also goes back to the idea of one-handed operation. The one-handed operation function on the iPhone 6 and later does not even begin to reflect the feel and function of being able to actually reach all four corners of the screen with just your thumb. Even if I need both hands to do anything on a bigger phone, I can do so much more on it than on a 4” display.

For many consumers, however, doing less is the point. For these people, a phone is simply an accessory or a companion rather than an essential centerpiece to their daily activities. It doesn’t need to replace a computer or be a primary note-taking device. They won’t be regularly pounding out essays of emails on the phone, so they don’t need it to be phablet-sized. This means that those who purchase the iPhone SE will likely be newcomers to the iPhone or upgrading from the 5S (or older), because the group that’s already moved on from the era of 4” phones would have already grown used to the extra space.

– Caroline

Unlock the Bell iPhone 5



Apple released the iPhone 5 back in September 2012. It was available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB model variants, and in grey, silver, or gold. The iPhone 5 has a 4″ IPS LCD touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has a 8MP camera, 1080p video recorder, and a 1.2MP FaceTime camera. Now that this model supports iOS 9, you can FaceTime with a wireless or cellular data connection. This model uses a dual-core processor and 1GB RAM. It supports Siri and iCloud storage as well. Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible service providers.

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How to Unlock Your Bell iPhone 5

1. Turn Find My Phone & iCloud off
2. Insert an active foreign sim card
3. Connect the iPhone to iTunes
4. Your iPhone is now unlocked!

Please Note: The iPhone must be activated & you must have the iCloud password!

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Unlock the Bell iPhone 5C



The iPhone 5C was released for Bell in September 2013. It was available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB model variants, and in a variety of colors. This model can now also be upgraded to iOS 9. The iPhone 5C has a 4″ IPS LCD touch screen, 8MP camera, 1080p video recorder, and a 1.2MP FaceTime camera. You can now FaceTime with a cellular or wireless data connection. The iPhone 5C also uses a dual-core processor and 1GB RAM. It was released alongside the iPhone 5S. Although there’s a big price difference, specifications are very similar. The 5C is a great alternative!

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* Easily switch Sim cards between GSM Carriers using the same iPhone
* Our Automated system will E-Mail you when your iPhone is unlocked
* If you are travelling, buy a local SIM card and save on roaming fees
* Unlock your Apple iPhone device from the comfort of your own home
* No complicated jailbreaking, software, or cables required
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How to Unlock Your Bell iPhone 5C

1. Turn Find My Phone & iCloud off
2. Insert an active foreign sim card
3. Connect the iPhone to iTunes
4. Your iPhone is now unlocked!

Please Note: The iPhone must be activated & you must have the iCloud password!

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Unlock the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge



Samsung released the Galaxy S6 Edge in April 2015. It was available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants, and in blue, white, gold, or green. Unfortunately this model does not support external memory. It can now be upgraded to Marshmallow OS as well. The Galaxy S6 Edge has a 5.1″ super AMOLED, curved edge, touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass and TouchWiz UI. It also supports Samsung Pay for MasterCard and Visa. The S6 Edge has a 16MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera with a 1080p video recorder. This model uses an octa-core processor and 3GB RAM for optimal efficiency and functionality. Once unlocked, the phone can be used with compatible GSM service providers worldwide!

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* Easily switch Sim cards between GSM Carriers using the same device
* Our Automated system will E-Mail you the Samsung Unlock code
* If you are travelling, buy a local SIM card and save on roaming fees
* Unlock your Samsung device from the comfort of your own home
* No complicated rooting,software, or cables required
* Simply enter the Samsung Unlock code we e-mail you
* There is absolutely no risk of damaging your Samsung phone by unlocking it.
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How to Unlock Your AT&T Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

1. Insert a foreign sim card
2. You’ll be prompted for a SIM network unlock PIN
3. Enter the 8 digit unlock code provided
4. Your device is now unlocked!

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Unlock the Metro PCS/T-Mobile Device Unlock Application

 

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* Unlock your Metro PCS/T-Mobile device from the comfort of your own home fast and easy
* No complicated rooting,software, or cables required
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How to Unlock Your Metro PCS/T-Mobile Device

1. Connect to wi-fi and restart the phone with a foreign sim card
2. Open the ‘Device Unlock’ application
3. Click ‘Permanent Unlock’
4. Your device is now unlocked

These instructions only apply to devices with the ‘Device Unlock’ application pre-installed!

Unlock Metro PCS Device Unlock Application
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Unlock/Bypass Lock Screen on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge



The Galaxy S7 Edge was released this month, alongside the Galaxy S7, and uses the new Marshmallow OS. This model is available in 16GB and 64GB model variants, and in black, white, silver, or gold. Unlike the Galaxy S6, Samsung has allowed room for external memory again (up to 200GB). The Galaxy S7 has a 5.5″ super AMOLED, curved edge, touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass and TouchWiz UI. A new feature to these models is ‘Always-On Display’ which allows you to see notifications at all times. The S7 Edge also has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera. You can simultaneously record 4K video and HD images, auto-detect your face/smile, tag your location, and more! This device uses an octa-core and quad-core processor, 4GB RAM, and Adreno 520 – built for ultimate efficiency and functionality. The S7 Edge supports Samsung Pay (for MasterCard and Visa) and Quick Charge 2.0. The phone itself is IP68 certified; water-resistant and dust-proof up to 1.5 meters and 30 minutes. Once unlocked, the Galaxy S7 Edge can be used with compatible carriers.

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How to Bypass the Lock Screen/Fingerprint Sensor

1. Make sure the phone is completely powered off
2. Hold down the Power Button + Home Button + Volume Up Button simultaneously
Once you feel the phone vibrate, you can let go of the Power Button
3. When the phone is booted up, you will see a screen with the Android Robot
4. Using the Volume buttons, go down to “Wipe Cache” and push the Power Button
5. Using the Volume buttons again, go down to ‘Yes’ and push the Power Button
6. Using the Volume buttons, go down to “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” and push the Power Button
7. Using the Volume buttons again, go down to ‘Yes’ and push the Power Button
8. Your phone will begin to wipe. Once it’s done, go to “Reboot System Now” and push the Power Button
9. Your phone is now wiped!

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Unlock/Bypass Lock Screen on the Samsung Galaxy S7



Samsung released the Galaxy S7, alongside the Galaxy S7 Edge, this month for all carriers. It was launched using the new Marshmallow OS. This model is available in black, white, gold, and silver. It’s also available in 16GB and 64GB model variants, which can be extrenally expanded up to 200GB. The Galaxy S7 has a 5.1″ super AMOLED touch screen with TouchWiz UI and Always-On Display. It also supports Samsung Pay for MasterCard and Visa. The S7 has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP front-facing camera. With this phone, you can simultaneously record HD images and 4K videos, create panoramic images in HD, tag your location, and much more! This device uses an octa-core and quad-core processor and a 4GB RAM for optimal speed and functionality. Like the Galaxy S6, the S7 supports Quick Charge 2.0; charge up to 60% in half an hour. The body itself is IP68 certified, which means it’s dust-proof and water-resistant over 1.5 meters and up to 30 minutes. Once unlocked, this device can be used with compatible GSM service providers worldwide!

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How to Bypass the Lock Screen/Fingerprint Sensor

1. Make sure the phone is completely powered off
2. Hold down the Power Button + Home Button + Volume Up Button simultaneously
Once you feel the phone vibrate, you can let go of the Power Button
3. When the phone is booted up, you will see a screen with the Android Robot
4. Using the Volume buttons, go down to “Wipe Cache” and push the Power Button
5. Using the Volume buttons again, go down to ‘Yes’ and push the Power Button
6. Using the Volume buttons, go down to “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” and push the Power Button
7. Using the Volume buttons again, go down to ‘Yes’ and push the Power Button
8. Your phone will begin to wipe. Once it’s done, go to “Reboot System Now” and push the Power Button
9. Your phone is now wiped!

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