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Introducing the Motorola Nexus 6

The honour of building Google’s newest Nexus phone was given to Motorola this year. This phone comes with a significant boost in size from its predecessor, putting it into the category of “phablet” phones. With the size increase comes other features that make this phone a formidable competitor to other leading phablets such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the iPhone 6 Plus.

The Nexus 6 is undoubtedly a two handed phone. It has a 6” display sandwiched between an aluminium metal frame backed by hard, smooth plastic. Motorola stayed with away from other material such as wood, faux leather, and soft plastic, but it doesn’t mean that the phone is harder to grip or any more slippery. The phone feels good in hand thanks to the subtly curved back, which rests nicely in your palm. The premium in-hand feeling is also backed by how heavy it is—at 184 grams, it weighs more than other phones such as the Note 4 or the One Plus One.

It has an LED light indicator, but it is oddly not a function available to users until the phone has been rooted. It also has a ridged power button similar to the one found on the Moto X. It will prove useful in making sure you hit the power rather than the volume rocker. Unsurprisingly, this phone is also only water resistant rather than water and dust proof.

It will be available in Cloud White or Midnight Blue.

The phone packs in 2560×1440 with 493 PPI pixel density in the 6” display, wrapped up by Gorilla Glass 3. Although it’s not the best out there, it’s certainly still a gorgeous screen; no one can say that the Nexus 6 has a lacklustre display. Given that it’s also entered the phablet category, owners of this phone will often find themselves more often reaching for their Nexus 6 rather than a tablet or laptop for casual browsing.

This phone comes with a Qualcomm SnapDragon 805 quad-core processor. It’s not as new or as fancy as the SnapDragon 810, but because the device runs pure Android 5.0, there’s no reason that it’s not good enough to keep the phone running beautifully smooth. It has 3GB of RAM and does not have expandable storage; users will need to choose between 32GB or 64GB of internal storage.

However, despite having a larger screen and an older processor, the phone has an impressive battery life. Its 3220mAh battery can be charged for 6 hours worth of life in just 15 minutes thanks to Motorola’s Turbo Charge. The Nexus 6 also supports wireless charging right out of the box, meaning you can top up the juice anytime there is QI inductive charger available. This should prove to be useful, given that the battery is sealed in the phone. Users don’t need to purchase a separate Turbo Charger, but will need to buy wireless charging accessories separately.

The new Nexus does not come with the popular Active Display found on the Moto X. Active Display was well loved due to its ability to show basic information on the dimmed screen when a hand was waved over the the sensors.

This phone comes with front-facing speakers that are reportedly almost as good as the HTC One M9’s BoomSound. We are very pleased to see that this phone has front-facing speakers because we’ve been waiting for companies to follow in HTC’s footsteps in terms of sound. With this phone, we will no longer have to tilt it and ourselves at an awkward angle just to watch a video and hear the sound.

The phone ships with stock Android 5.0 Lollipop. It is a both lightweight and completely free of bloatware, meaning it doesn’t have the clutter that TouchWiz or Sense have. It is clean and pure and not expected to have any lag at all. Another advantage of being a Nexus phone means that users will be amongst the first to receive updates when Google rolls them out.

The Nexus 6’s camera doesn’t look too impressive on paper, but in action, it fares well against even the best cameras. It features a 13MP Sony rear camera with f/2.0 aperture. Photos taken with this camera feature very realistic colours, so coupled with optical image stabilization, you can’t go wrong. This is an unquestionable upgrade from the Nexus 5 camera, and it definitely holds its own against other cameras with higher MP counts.

Overall, we think that the Nexus 6 is a great addition to the world of phablets even though it doesn’t have the most impressive specifications on paper. This phone has good battery life, a very nice screen, and a comparable camera. Bare Android looks and performs very well on the Nexus 6 and the front speakers are almost as good as the M9’s. This is a phone that has evolved significantly from its predecessor, but it’s far from taking the throne for being the best phablet of 2015. However, being the best of the best might not have been Motorola’s end-goal. If they had attempted to make the best phablet, they might not have been able to keep the price reasonable. We aren’t disappointed with the Nexus 6, and we aren’t disappointed with Motorola; Motorola has done a good job carrying on the Nexus name.

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Introducing the LG G4

LG’s newest G4 phone hasn’t even been officially announced and it’s already causing some stir in the mobile world. It was not a part of the Mobile World Congress, but we’re expecting its announcement to be as soon as April 28th. Leaks with fragmented information have been available for some time now, so we’ve gone ahead and compiled some of the bigger rumours in order to help you decide on how you feel about this phone.

We are hoping that LG will ditch the G3’s metal effect in exchange for actual metal on the body. We don’t have news yet of the weight, but if the phone is built with metal, it will no doubt have a premium feel when in users’ hands. If cell phone case renderers are accurate, it’ll mean that the G4 will come with a bigger camera lens and the familiar rear situated power button and volume rocker. Given that we’ve seen a ridiculous number of images that were likely faked, we’re not comfortable with drawing a conclusion on what it will look like just yet. There’s currently no updated accurate information on how the body will look, seeing as rumours have claimed both a radically different design as well as one that is similar to the G3.

There are many conflicting sources when it comes to the all important screen. Earlier this week, there was a leaked GFXBench report illustrating the supposed specifications of this phone. According to the report, the phone has either a 5.5 or 5.6 inch screen with 2560 x 1440 at 534 PPI pixel density. We think that the extra screen estate would be nice, but unfortunately, we’ve also heard sources stating that it might have a 5.3 inch screen instead. OnLeaks from Twitter attempted to prove the curved screen by drawing a straight line onto a leaked image. Based on LG’s past experience with curved screens, it’s no surprise that their newest flagship phone may tout a slight curve.

We’ve speculated that the phone will contain a processor that will equal other 2015 flagship phones, such as the Snapdragon 810. However, the GFXBench report claims otherwise. The report says that the G4 will receive a downgrade, sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 (which is all around less powerful and impressive than the Snapdragon 810). Since there are often many fake reports released, we’re hoping that the information about the processor is incorrect. It’s also rumoured to come with 4GB of RAM and run Android Lollipop right out of the box.

The camera is another area where we found a lot of controversy. We’ve seen sources stating that the G4’s primary camera will receive an upgrade from 13MB to 15MP, 16MP, and even 20MB. We briefly discussed earlier this week how—even with 20.7MP—the M9 had a lackluster camera, demonstrating that megapixels don’t mean everything. Even if the G4 were to come with 20MB, we hope that LG will also include advanced technology for improved photos—such as lower aperture, optical image stabilization, and dual LED flash.

We’ve also read that LG might include a G Stylus with the G4, but we think that the practicality of a pen will depend on the size of the screen and what technology they pack it in with.

A few things we’d personally like to see:

– A real metal chassis that will feel weighted and premium in your hand
– A bigger battery with a power saving mode
– Wireless charging
– Water and dust resistance

What are some things you’d like to see on the LG G4?

The LG G4 will be available soon. You can expect to get it from most of the bigger carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Rogers, Bell, Telus, and Virgin, but they will come locked to that network. In order to unlock it, you’ll need to either contact your carrier or use Cellunlocker.net We provide you with the same code that a carrier does.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 vs HTC One M9

Earlier this month, we looked at the latest phones from Samsung and HTC. Both phones were revealed at the Mobile World Congress early in March, so let’s take a look at how they compete with each other.

DESIGN

Galaxy S6: Corning Gorilla Glass 4 front and back with aluminum sides. Weighs 138 g and is 6.8 mm in width. Bottom facing speakers. Heart rate monitor and finger print scanner.
HTC One M9: Full aluminum unibody weighing 157 g. 9.6 mm in width. Front facing speakers.

The Galaxy line was completely revamped by Samsung with the release of the Galaxy S6. Finally ditching the plastic and faux leather, the S6 comes with a gorgeous front and back held together by a classy metal trim. It’s also incredibly light and thin, meaning it may be harder to grip. Samsung has moved the speakers from behind the phone to the bottom of the phone, significantly increasing sound volume, quality, and practicality. The S6 also sees the return of the heart rate monitor and an upgraded finger print scanner. Owners will now be able to tap and hold their fingers rather than fight with the awkward positioning of the swiping motion previously required.

The One M9 stuck with its well known and loved full metal body. This time around, HTC actually shrunk the phone a little (in comparison to its predecessor), and made it a little thicker. This new design is meant to make the phone easier to grip, given the complaints that customers had about the M8 slipping out of hands. The front facing speakers are now louder, more vibrant, and has more bass. We don’t think there’s any current competition for HTC’s BoomSound.

SCREEN

Galaxy S6: Super AMOLED 5.1 inch screen with about 70% of screen-to-body ratio. 1440 x 2560 pixels at about 577 ppi pixel density. Shielded by Corning Gorilla Glass 4.
HTC One M9: Super LCD3 5 inch screen with about 68% of screen-to-body ratio. 1080 x 1920 pixels at about 441 ppi pixel density. Shielded by Corning Gorilla Glass 4.

Samsung stuck with a 5.1 inch display with the S6, but packed a lot more pixels to up the pixel density. It’s reported that approximately 70% of the phone’s front is the display. This means that the borders surrounding the display are quite thin, leaving its users the nice impression of an bigger display protected by the latest Corning Gorilla Glass 4.

The One M9 has a smaller display with a smaller screen-to-body ratio, meaning that not only is the screen actually smaller, but when compared side by side with the S6, it also appears smaller as well. HTC also chose to stay out of the pixels war and left the pixel count at what it as in the M8. When compared side by side, the S6 screen looks a lot more vibrant than the One M9, but it may only be noticeable when you specifically look for differences. Otherwise, the screen on the M9 is more than enough for a gorgeous display.

STORAGE

Galaxy S6: Variants of 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB with no option for expandable memory.
HTC One M9: Only the 32GB model available, but with option to expand up to 2TB of external memory.

With the widespread emergence of cloud memory, it seems like physical memory is not as important. However, users have grown used to the idea of Samsung phones supporting additional storage, so losing this feature is a big change to the Galaxy family. Users of the S6 will need to decide how much internal storage they want when purchasing the phone, because there’s no expanding it later on.

Owners of the M9 will not need to make such a decision. The phone comes with only 32GB of internal memory, but is capable of utilizing a 2TB microSD card. Granted, a 2TB microSD card isn’t available just yet, but you’ll will be able to use the SanDisk Ultra to supplement the phone with an additional 200GB of storage. Given that microSD cards are both relatively cheap and replaceable, buying one to boost storage seems like a much better deal in terms of getting the most memory for your dollar’s worth.

CAMERA

Galaxy S6: 16MP rear camera with autofocus, LED flash, and optical image stabilization. 5MP front camera with dual video calling.
HTC One M9: 20.7MP rear camera with autofocus, dual-LED flash. 4MP UltraPixel front camera.

The S6’s predecessor touted a good camera, but the additions done to the S6 make it a great one. The OIS helps a great deal stabilizing the camera even while you move around, and the 16MP camera ensures the quality of your photos. You’ll also be able to include everyone in your selfie with the wide-angle 5MP lens up in the front.

The M9 finally put in a real 20MP camera in the rear, much to customer’s satisfaction. It also features a dual-LED flash, which is supposed to make colours more natural. The front camera is adorned with 4MP, accompanied by UltraPixel for better lighting and clearer selfies.

SOFTWARE

Galaxy S6: Android 5.0 Lollipop with TouchWiz
HTC One M9: Android 5.0 Lollipop with Sense 7.0

Both companies have blazed a trail of their own with TouchWiz and Sense. There have always been complaints regarding bloatware and lag with TouchWiz, but we’re finally starting to see Samsung responding to these complaints. TouchWiz on the S6 should prove to be one of this company’s most bloat free devices to date. Of course, there are a few goodies packaged with this system that many have grown to love. We have the S Planner, S Note, and badge counts for notifications.

HTC features the new Home Sense Widget with a Theme Generator. People generally don’t complain about lag when it comes to the Sense UI, but that may be because it’s very close to stock Android, which is notable for being buttery smooth. Home Sense looks good on paper, but it might not be as practical when used. Theme Generator will be very popular with those who love to personalize their phones.

BATTERY

Galaxy S6: Non-removable 2550mAh
HTC One M9: Non-removable 2860mAh

Fans of the Galaxy phones for their interchangeable batteries may be looking toward other options, because both phones now feature sealed batteries.

Even though the S6 packs more pixels, it has a smaller battery than the M9. We think that this might be because Samsung wanted to keep their phones as thin as possible, but we’re not sure that this was the best decision to make. In an age where people are constantly carrying chargers, it’s arguable that battery life is a deal breaker when it comes to choosing a phone. The phone comes with Samsung’s own Exynos 7420 rather than a Qualcomm processor, so we’ll see how it affects battery life.

HTC chose to ramp up their battery capacity to 2860mAh. Coupled with a smaller display and a smaller pixel count, we’re sure that this will easily be a day-and-a-half phone. It also has Qualcomm’s own Snapdragon 810 processor, which operates on either of the four higher or lower processing cores in order to maximize efficiency.

It’s interesting to note that according to Droid Life’s poll on which phone their readers would rather buy, the S6 Edge takes the lead, followed by the S6, before we have the M9 in last place.

Will you be getting the S6 for its fantastic camera and revolutionary body, or will you carry on the HTC legacy with the M9 for its expandable memory and bigger battery? Which phone will you buy?

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Unlocking the T-mobile GALAXY AVANT SM-G386T

How to make the GALAXY AVANT SM-G386T (T-mobile) Unlockable

Disclaimer:
Please note: This method has been proven to work because it uses Samsung’s Official programs and the Official stock MetroPCS provided Images. As with any Official carrier or manufacturer firmware flashing this must be done at Your Own Discretion. The instructions are outlined CLEARLY and you must follow the instructions exactly. If any issues arise we cannot take responsibility for any issues. If you do not want to proceed, unfortunately we are unable to provide refunds as stated on our website before ordering. We are not responsible for damages to the phone in any way due to: external problems (ie. power outtage, computer failure, software failure, incomplete downloads and all possibilities). We are not responsible for any problems caused from not following the instructions nor failing to read an instruction. Any bricks or loss of signal or any defects caused by external or internal processes will not be responsible to cellunlocker.net and their partners.  Please contact us for more information.

What you will need:

1. Samsung KIES
Download here

2. Samsung ODIN3 v3.09
Download here

download Odin

3. Factory Firmware file
Download here:
Galaxy AVANT Unlockable firmware: CLICK HERE
Click BEGIN DOWNLOAD to start downloading

4. Your Galaxy AVANT SM-G386T Device

5. USB Cable

6. Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or later PC computer

7. OPTIONAL: if your ZIP program does not support .7z Files for your factory image file you will need to download and install this free program developed by ALTOOLS INC
Download here: http://www.altools.com/downloads/alzip.aspx This is a recommended unzipping tool.
8. We recommend that you back up any crucial data as data will be wiped

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Download each file provided above

2. Install the downloaded Samsung Kies

3. Unzip the downloaded files and place Samsung ODIN files and your Factory image file in a place you can easily find (IE. Desktop)
Tip: If you already have a ZIP program you can simply double click the ZIP file downloaded and it will automatically open, drag and drop every file inside the window to where ever you wish.
Tip2: You MUST unzip your Factory Image files from the .7z file downloaded, you MUST end up with a file ending with .TAR or .Tar.MD5

4. Restart your computer at this point

5. Open Samsung ODIN v3.09 as ADMINISTRATOR (right click > run as administrator)
Tip: DO NOT CHECK OR UN-CHECK OR change ANY BOXES IN ODIN PROGRAM

6. Put your phone into download mode
How-to: Turn your phone off completely. Then Hold Volume Down + Home + Power all at the same time, When the phone turns on let go of the power button but keep holding onto the Volume down and Home buttons
You are now in Download mode, simply follow the instructions to accept and get into download mode. (Volume up to accept)

download mode

7. Connect your device to your computer with the USB cable
Tip: If ODIN does not detect your device as described below, please turn off ODIN and open it again.

8. If ODIN detects your Device you should see the image below
Tip: It may not Say 0:[COM7] exactly, but as long as you get something in there (For example, 0:[COM2]) you are good to go

odin added

9. Click the big PDA button in the Samsung Odin window and select the Downloaded Factory IMAGE file G386T1UVU1ANK3_G386T1TMB1ANK3_MPCS_STOCK_ODIN.TAR

Tip: the file must be in .TAR or .TAR.MD5 format for the program to detect

odin pda button

10 Once Odin loads the large downloaded file please click START at the bottom

11. Wait until ODIN flashes the new firmware image into your device
Important Tip: DO NOT DISCONNECT THE DEVICE DURING FLASHING!!!

12. You should see a green PASS! After 5 or 10 minutes
Tip: The Phone will reboot once automatically

13. Use the Defreeze Code and then the Network Code / Service Provider Code afterwards

 

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* Simply enter the Samsung Unlock code we e-mail you
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How to Unlock Your Samsung Galaxy Avant

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

 

 

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FAQ:

1. I am stuck on the SAMSUNG BOOT LOGO! What do I do?
Answer:- Do not worry, your phone is not broken. Simply follow the instructions below:

a. Wait at least 5 minutes to make sure you are stuck on the logo screen

b. Pull the battery out and wait 30 seconds, then put the battery back in

c. Turn the phone on by: HOLDING VOLUME UP + HOME + POWER you will soon see the RECOVERY page
Tip: when the phone turns on let go of the power button ONLY, when you see the recovery let go of everything

d. Scroll down to WIPE factory user data reset and select it, when prompted scroll to YES and select it to do a factory wiping

e. Scroll down to WIPE CACHE PARTITION and select it, when prompted scroll to YES and select it to do a wipe on cache
Tip: Use the volume rockers to navigate and the power button to Select your option

f. Reboot the phone, you should load properly now

Introducing the HTC One M9

HTC’s natural successor to the fairly successful One M8 is their new flagship phone, the HTC One M9. The One M9 features a familiar metal body, but demonstrates few new changes. In terms of big hardware changes, we are getting the M9 in the same 5 inch screen framed by a chassis smaller than the M8, a 20MP camera shielded by a sapphire glass lens, and a significant boost in battery capacity.

HTC doesn’t mess with a good thing; the One M9 comes with a gorgeous all metal two toned body designed to fit perfectly in your palm. It seems that the two-toned colours and the curved back work together to add depth to the design of their new phone. It’s also rumoured that HTC may have looked toward modern luxury brands such as Rolex and Montblanc for the inspiration to their classy phone. Even HTC’s own advertisement of the M9 makes it out to look like a sophisticated accessory, much like a piece of jewelry is advertised.

HTC has always worked hard to make a phone that integrates well into its users’ lives—be it physically or through its features—and it’s definitely apparent in their One series. In an effort to give its owners the best in-hand and in-pocket feel, the M9 is now physically shorter in length and width, but thicker by 0.02 mm, and lighter by 3 grams in comparison to its predecessor. Reports are that the phone is now less slippery and easier to grip. We believe that this was a good move made by HTC because keeping a 5 inch screen in a physically smaller phone means that there is a smaller border between the edge of the screen and the edge of the phone, which gives the illusion of a bigger screen. Given HTC’s choice of staying with what works, it’s unsurprising that HTC decided to stay with a flat screened phone when other brands have ventured into the world of curved screens. The M9 is quite flat in the front, making the M8 and M9 look almost indistinguishable at first glance. The difference lies in the back. When comparing the backs of the M8 and M9, users will immediately be able to tell that the curved back of the newer device adds an immense amount of depth in terms of colour. This phone will come in variations of silver, gunmetal grey, and gold.

One of the reasons many customers held back from purchasing the M8 was the camera—it lacked quality. The M9 sees an improvement in this department, and we’re very hopeful that it will fix all the previous issues. The M9 now adorns HTC’s UltraPixel camera in the front and a 20MP camera protected by a clear and scratch resistant sapphire lens in the back. What is UltraPixel, you might ask? A brief explanation of the UltraPixel feature is that it uses four pixels per one dot in a photo. While this means that photos are smaller in size, it allows for significantly more light, creating better selfies even in environments with low or poor lighting. Although HTC answered customers’ requests for a higher resolution rear camera, it seems like not many other advancements were made to improve the M9’s primary snapper. Reports say that the M9’s camera does not fare well in comparison to other available camera phones. The photos have excessive noise and are under exposed. Of course, you have to remember that this is the primary camera for a phone—serious photographers would likely be turning toward proper photography equipment for most photos. For daily foodblogging, family photos, and other various casual photographic needs, the M9 camera should be sufficient.

The phone’s screen is still the same 5 inch, 1080×1920 pixel display with 441 PPI density. It’s shielded with Corning Gorilla Glass 4, a slight upgrade from the previous Gorilla Glass 3 on the M8, and it looks like HTC chose to avoid a QHD screen in order to extend the battery life. At some point, the human eye is incapable of discerning the difference between a high resolution display and an even higher resolution display. We aren’t sure of what that limit is, but we think HTC feels that a longer lasting battery is more important than a display that only some will be able to appreciate to its fullest potential. The M8 had a gorgeous display, so it’s expected that the M9, with the same display specifications, will as well. Even though the pixel numbers aren’t as high as some other phones, we support HTC’s move because it’s already proven to be more than sufficient.

Speaking of battery life, the M9 gets a boost in battery capacity, now sitting at 2840mAh. Although this may not be much in comparison to other available phones, it is still above average—especially when it is coupled with the lower resolution screen and HTC’s own Extreme Power Saver mode. The M9 will also support Quick Charge 2.0, supposedly making it possible to charge from 0 to 60 percent in just 30 minutes. It’s important to note that the Quick Charger adapter will not ship with the phone, so customers will need to pay separately in order to use the feature. It also features the 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor, meaning that the phone will have four cores operating at once, but have eight cores overall. The octa-core processor has four cores running at 2.0GHz and four cores running at 1.5GHz. When the phone doesn’t require as much processing power, it will switch over to the slower four cores, effectively assisting with battery life depending on what its users demand. All these features add up to a phone that will easily last a whole day—if not more—on just one charge.

The M9 will come with 32GB of internal storage and 3GB of RAM. It looks like we wont be getting the option to choose a 64GB model, but HTC compensates by making memory expandable up to 2TB with a microSD card. Although a 2TB microSD memory card is not currently available, the phone will be able to support SandDisk’s recently introduced SanDisk Ultra, a 200GB microSD card. As technology continues to develop, it will find ways to fit more memory into the little microSD card—and when it does, the M9 will be ready to support up to 2TB. This phone, without entering the “phablet” category, is the perfect size for utilizing expandable memory for general entertainment.

Since BoomSound was introduced, it became the standard for which other phone speakers were compared to. Naturally, users of the M9 will get an upgraded BoomSound system with updated clarify, volume, and bass. There are many benefits of having front facing speakers, and the M9 comes with quality that rear-speakers just can’t compete with.

The M9 will ship with HTC’s own Sense 7.0. Although it’s not quite as sleek and simple as the stock Android firmware, HTC has not left its users without features of their own. Sense 7.0 has a widget called “Sense Home.” What’s special about this widget is that it will display different apps depending on your location. You can set your home and work address; when the phone senses that you’re at the specified location, it will automatically pull up useful apps. For example, you might get the email app at work, or you might get music controls at home. Another notable Sense feature is the Theme Generator. HTC’s addition of the new Theme Generator falls in line with their long standing efforts of user life integreation. The new user-friendly app will prove to be very interesting because while it’s not quite as comprehensive as other third-party apps that provide the same feature, it is very easily accessible and it comes stock with the phone. The Generator will allow you to make your own themes by analyzing the colour palette for apps and icons, but the Theme Generator does more than just change the colours— it almost completely revamps the user interface by changing the colours, fonts, icons, and sounds.

HTC will also offer users of the new HTC One M9 a few extra goodies to accessorize with (separate purchase, of course). Among various official HTC accessories, we’ve chosen to talk briefly about the DotView 2 case and the IP68 rated case. You’ll be familiar with the DotView 2 case if you’ve used it on the M8. It’s just a regular rubberized flip case with a twist: it has many little holes in it that allow for an image to be displayed through the dots. Various information and notifications can be viewed this way. While it can be useful and it definitely looks very cool, we find it to be a little bit gimmicky because you’ll still have to open the case in order to see or respond to notifications. Simple games, such as Brick Breaker, can also be played with the case. The IP68 rated case boasts protection from dust and water, much like brands such as Otterbox. Given the some other companies’ treks into water proofing their phones, the HTC Active Case is a reasonable—albeit rugged—response. This case will water proof the M9 for up to 3 meters and make it resistant to shock for falls up to 2 meters. Although this isn’t a very pretty or slimming case, it’s perfect for those who spend much of their time in an environment where their phones are consistently exposed to risk.

It is also rumoured that owners of HTC’s new flagship phone will receive a free two year account for 100GB of Google Drive storage. It will work in conjunction with the phone’s “One Gallery” app, which consolidates all of your photos into one application with searchable thumbnails.

Our concluding thoughts about HTC’s new One M9 is that this phone is an evolution, not a revolution. If you have the M8, it might not be worth the upgrade. As always, the phone is physically beautiful and has an intuitive software. However, when the M8 and M9 are placed side by side, the average person would have difficulty with differentiating the two phones. Granted, the M9 has received upgrades to both software and hardware, but that’s not to say that it’s a huge step up from its predecessor. While we appreciate that HTC sticks with what works, we aren’t sure that this is the best time to come out with successor sporting such minor enhancements. Even though HTC improved on an already near perfect design, with the recent release of Apple’s ventures into phablets and Samsung’s revolutionized Galaxy S6, 2015 might prove to be a tough year for HTC.

Almost all HTC One M9 devices will come locked to a service provider. You can expect major carriers such as Rogers, Fido, Bell, Telus, AT&T, and T-Mobile to provide this phone. If your phone is locked to a carrier, you can unlock your HTC One M9 with an unlock code provided by cellunlocker.net. Keep in mind that this is the same method that carriers use to unlock phones. Click here to get your HTC One M9 code now!

Unlock the ZTE Grand X Plus

The ZTE Grand X Plus was released in December of 2014. The Grand X Plus carries 8GB of internal memory but is externally expandable up to 32GB. The Grand X Plus has a 5″ IPS LCD touch screen, 8MP camera with a 1080p video recorder and a 2MP front-facing camera. With the quad-core processor, Adreno 305 and 2GB RAM; this model is greatly improved in comparison to the previous ZTE successors. You can expect better efficiency, speed and functionality with the Grand X Plus. Once unlocked, it will work with compatible GSM networks around the world!

Unlocking your ZTE Grand X Plus is fast, simple and 100% guaranteed by Cellunlocker.net. Unlock your ZTE Grand X Plus with Cellunlocker.net today and receive your network unlock code on the same day!

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* Unlock your ZTE device from the comfort of your own home fast and easy
* No complicated rooting,software, or cables required
* Simply enter the ZTE Unlock code we e-mail you
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How to Unlock Your ZTE Grand X Plus

1. Insert a foreign sim card
2. You’ll be prompted for a SIM network unlock PIN
3. Enter the 16 digit network unlock code provided
4. Your device is now unlocked!

IMPORTANT: Make sure your device is not hardlocked!

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Unlock the Samsung Galaxy Alpha

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha was released in September 2014. The Galaxy Alpha is available in black, silver, white, gold and blue. The Galaxy Alpha features a 4.7″ super AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. The Alpha also has a 12MP camera with a 2160p video recorder and a 2.1MP front-facing camera. This is one of the smaller Android devices with a higher MP camera producing bold and clear images/videos. With the quad-core processor and 2GB RAM, you can expect it to be efficient during use and speedy while browsing! The Alpha is a great alternative to the Galaxy S series as you will get the same functionality in a smaller size and smaller price! Once unlocked, this device will work with compatible GSM networks.

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1. Insert a foreign sim card
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Unlock the Samsung Galaxy Avant

Samsung released the Galaxy Avant in July 2014. This model has 16GB of internal memory and is externally expandable up to 64GB. The Avant features a 4.5″ touch screen, 5MP camera with a 720p video recorder and a quad-core processor. You can expect the same durability and reliability that Samsung provides in every device they release. All features of the device can be utilized in a smaller, sleeker look. The Avant is ideal if you’re seeking a cheaper alternative to the higher-end phones or if you’re looking for a mid-level Android device that will spare nothing! Once unlocked, this device will work with compatible GSM networks around the globe.

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

IMPORTANT: This model from T-Mobile USA is unsupported!

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Unlock Samsung Galaxy Core LTE

Samsung released the Galaxy Core LTE in May 2014. This model is available in white or black. It comes with 8GB of internal memory and is externally expandable up to 64GB. It features a 4.5″ touch screen, 5MP camera with a 720p video recorder and a dual-core processor. The Galaxy Core LTE is ideal for students or first-time Android users. The Core LTE provides simplicity with functionality in a compact size with a more appealing price. Once unlocked, this device will work with compatible GSM networks internationally!

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Unlock Bell Sony Xperia Z3

The Sony Xperia Z3 was released to Bell in September 2014. The Sony Xperia Z3 is available in black, white, copper and green. This model comes in 16GB and 32GB model variants, which are both externally expandable. The Xperia Z3 features a 5.2″ IPS LCD touch screen with Triluminos display and shatter-proof glass. The Xperia Z3 also has a 20.7MP camera with HDR and a 2160p video recorder. There’s also a 2.2MP front-facing camera with a 1080p video recorder to get all your selfies in! The Z3 has a quad-core processor, Adreno 330 and a 3GB RAM so you can expect efficiency and lightning fast speed. Once unlocked, this device will work with compatible networks worldwide!

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1. Insert a foreign sim card
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IMPORTANT: Make sure your device is not hardlocked!
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