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Blackberry Priv

Blackberry Priv


It’s been awhile since the Blackberry Priv has been released–previously nicknamed the Blackberry Venice–so let’s take a look at what it offers.

Display
Blackberry has decided to step away from the strange world of square phones and stuck with a conventional 5.4” QHD display. Both sides of the screen are curved, though neither edges have any particularly special features like the devices in the Samsung Galaxy Edge line. However, this does not take away anything from the experience. In fact, because of how steeply curved both sides are, the phone feels really comfortable in hand.

It has a resolution of 2560×1440, featuring 540ppi. It also features AMOLED technology, which means that the colours are sharp and vibrant–nothing to scoff at. In fact, it’s on part with other flagships of the day such as the Galaxy S6 and LG G4, and it’s all protected by the latest Gorilla Glass 4.

Specs & Design
We already sort of knew what the Priv was going to look like, so the release of the phone’s design didn’t really shock us. What did shock us, however, was how much presence the phone carried. Holding it closed in our hands, it wasn’t too thick at all, despite having a hidden slide out keyboard. It also holds a lot of weight, so it feels like a premium device rather than cheaply made plastic held together by glue, like many other phones of today. We, amongst many others, were initially worried that the phone might feel imbalanced with the keyboard revealed. Suffice to say, we were extremely pleasantly surprised to find that the results were exactly the opposite of imbalance. It felt very natural to use the phone while it was fully extended, and navigation was easy– especially with the keyboard scrolling that was cleverly implemented by Blackberry.

It’s sleek and it’s sexy; both perfect for businessmen and casual-users alike. The phone is made of a kevlar-like type of material. The back is simple, containing only the silver Blackberry logo, the protruding camera lens, and the camera’s two sensors. The charging port is located at the center at the bottom of the phone, and to its right is the earphone jack. The sides of the phone are softly curved, which result in a shape that fits very well in your palms. Unlike any of the Galaxy Edge phones, which have a curve that doesn’t wrap around the entire length of the phone, the Blackberry Priv’s soft edges feel very natural, like this device would be incomplete without them.

BlackBerry Priv


The nano-SIM card tray and the micro-SD card slot are both situated at the top of the phone. In an era where many phones are leaving behind the option of expandable memory, it’s a relief to see that Blackberry has not forgotten about the storage-hungry users.

The Priv features Android Lollipop 5.1.1 and a Snapdragon 808 processor. Many will note that the Snapdragon processor is almost infamously known for its overheating issues, and unfortunately, the Priv seems to be one of the devices that experience this issue. Not all of you Priv owners will have it, but many will notice that their device will get hot with heavy use. While this may not be a significant problem, if not careful, it can pose as a danger to your battery life.

Battery
The Priv’s battery life is not as impressive as it could be. However, that is not to say that the battery is not impressive at all. Brand new, even for heavy users, the phone should get you through the entire day without a hitch–you’d just have to make sure that you do not miss a nightly charge. It has a non-removable 3410 mAh battery whose size is quite massive when compared to other similar devices.

While a non-removable battery adds to the phone’s sleekness and size reduction, it also means that you cannot simply swap the battery out for a fresh one while on the go. I know that many customers like to do this, so this could be a deal breaker, especially once the battery begins to deteriorate with time. You only options would then be to carry around a portable charger or get a new phone; quite expensive considering removable batteries can be replaced for less than $100.

Camera
The Priv has an 18MP Schneider-Kreuznach camera with a dual-LED flash. Blackberry boasts high frame rates and fast focusing, and that it exhibits DSLR-like qualities. The stock camera application gives you a decent array of options, including a few filters, HDR, and resolution. Tap-to-focus is present, as well as an an option for exposure values. This is quite helpful for late night shots, but unfortunately, it doesn’t replace the quality of a larger lens. Photos taken in sufficient or more lighting are good–both sharp and full of detail.

The front camera features an average 2MP and nothing particularly fancy like the new Galaxy phones’ wide angle front “selfie” cameras, thus paling in comparison to the Priv’s rivals. However, we think that you’ll find that both cameras are sufficient for daily photography. You won’t be taking professional grade photos or even doing “foodie” blogs with the cameras, but for Snapchat, selfies, and Instagram, it’ll do just fine.

You’ll notice that we didn’t do a section dedicated to the keyboard even though that’s the most spectacular feature of the Blackberry Priv. We didn’t do one because we thought that it would just not do the phone any justice if you read about it rather than went out and tried it for yourself. All we’ll say is that the keyboard is fantastic and absolutely lives up to the Blackberry name. After just a few hours, I was able to comfortably write entire essays with it if need be–in fact, I could have written this review on the phone with absolutely no qualms. Do yourself a favour and go try the keyboard–and the rest of the Priv out–for yourself.

– Caroline

Most Anticipated Phones of 2016

Smartphones 2016


2015 was a great year in terms of cell phones, which just means that as January is ending, we’re looking at a full year’s worth of potential in the world of mobile phones. Hopefully, all of our favourite phones from last year are just going to get even better this year. Here are some of the phones that we’re excited to see for the year and their rumoured announcement or release dates.

Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus – September
All new headphone jack–or even more outrageous–no headphone jack at all
e-SIM
Apple’s A10 processor
2GB of RAM
Edge-to-edge display
Possibly a smaller, entry level version with a 4” display

LG G5- March/April
An iris-scanner is popular around the rumour mill, rather than a fingerprint scanner
4000mAh removable battery
Wireless charging

Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge- Announcement estimated at February, release date in April
Snapdragon 820
MicroSD card slot
Non-removable battery
Wireless charging
12MP camera

Samsung Galaxy Note 6- August/September
4k resolution
Snapdragon
MicroSD card slot
Non-removable 4000mAh battery

OnePlus 3- After May
Still no fingerprint scanner
A variant of fast charging/turbo charging
1080p display
Still priced lower than typical flagships

Sony Xperia Z6- Between February and April or September
Waterproofing
Fingerprint scanner

HTC One M10- March/April
QHD display
Front facing speakers
All new refreshed style
4GB RAM

It’s a great time to be alive for if you’re a fan of smart devices. Given that last year’s smartphones were so advanced, we’re very excited to see how companies are improving on already fantastic phones. Keep an eye on our blog, because we’ll be updating as we get more information on these–and many other–anticipated phones of 2016!

– Caroline

OnePlus X

One Plus X


We hear a lot every day about the technological moguls such as Samsung, HTC, LG, and Apple. What about other companies that have had impacts on the mobile world? OnePlus is a relatively new player when compared to other big companies, but it would be wrong to say that they haven’t had any success. In fact, they’ve grown wildly popular in the past few years.

Their newest flagship phone is the OnePlus X. Specs wise, this is largely the same phone as the OnePlus 2 with the exception of an older processor. The 2 uses a SnapDragon 810 processor while the X features a SnapDragon 801. Other than this difference, the two devices share the same display, resolution, and OS (Oxygen OS). Both are unlocked, have dual-SIM capabilities, and allow for expandable external memory.

The X will have 3GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory, and a 13MP main camera. The front camera will have 8MP. The battery will not be removable and it does not have wireless charging capabilities.

One Plus X-2


However, some say that it’s what’s on the outside that matters. For those, the OnePlus X is beautifully designed–likely one of the company’s most gorgeously built devices yet. It has a 5 inch Gorilla Glass 3 display encased in an all metal, glass, and zirconia ceramic body. The metal frame features brushed anodized aluminum with chamfered edges and ridges along the sides. I’m personally not a fan of the ridges, but to some, it may be a selling point. The speakers and mic are both located on the bottom of the device with the headphone jack on the top. The device will be available in champagne white, ceramic, and onyx.

The device is flat on both the front and the back which results in an image that largely echoes the iPhone 5 and 5S design.
Many may be bothered by this imitation, but I believe that imitation is the highest form of flattery.
The OnePlus X has taken the design and added small touches that make it their own.

As always, the phone will be available for purchase with if you have an invitation. In order to get an invitation, you must sign up with them. Their website states that that is all you need to do in order to get an invite, but it does not list how long it would take in order for an invite to be “allotted to you.”

– Caroline

Unlock the Rogers Samsung Galaxy S5



Samsung released the Galaxy S5 in April 2014. It was available in black, white, blue or gold. It was also available in 16GB and 32GB model variants; both of which can be externally expanded up to 128GB. The Galaxy S5 was released running Kit Kat OS but can now be upgraded to Lollipop OS. This model has a 5.1″ super AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. The S5 also has a 16MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 2MP front-facing camera. With this device, you can create HD images, videos, panoramic images, and much more! Its quad-core processor and 2GB RAM aid in the speed and functionality of this phone. The body itself is IP67 certified; water and dust resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes. You can use your Galaxy S5 above and under water! Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible network providers around the globe.

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Unlock T-Mobile USA iPhone 6S



The iPhone 6S was released in September 2015 in grey, silver, and gold. It’s also available in 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants, which cannot be externally expanded. The iPhone 6S has a 4.7″ LED-backlist, IPS LCD touch screen with Force Touch display and shatter-proof glass. It also has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP FaceTime camera with a 1080p video recorder. With the 6S you can simultaneously record HD images and 4K videos, create slo-mo videos, and use built-in filters – just to name a few. The iPhone 6S now has a fingerprint, proximity, and barometer sensor. As well as Apple Pay, which supports Visa, MasterCard, and AMEX. Once unlocked, it can be used with compatible service providers around the world.

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Unlock the Telus iPhone 6S Plus



Apple released the iPhone 6S Plus in September 2015. It’s available in 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants. It’s also available in silver, gold, or grey. The iPhone 6S Plus has a 5.5″ LED-backlit, IPS LCD touch screen. It supports Apple Pay (for Visa, MasterCard, and AMEX) and Force Touch display. The 6S Plus also has a 12MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 5MP FaceTime camera with a 1080p video recorder. You can now FaceTime on a wireless or cellular data connection. The 6S Plus runs on a dual-core processor and 2GB RAM; combine that with iOS and you have a fast, stable, mobile device. Perfect for business, school, or leisure! Once unlocked, you can use this device with compatible GSM networks.

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Unlock the Telus iPhone 6 Plus



The iPhone 6 Plus was released back in September 2014. It was available in 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB model variants, as well in grey, silver, and gold. This model was released using iOS 8 but can now be upgraded to iOS 9.2. The iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5″ LED-backlit, IPS LCD touch screen with shatter-proof glass. It supports Apple Pay for Visa, MasterCard, and AMEX. This device also has an 8MP camera, 1080p video recorder, and a 1.2MP FaceTime camera. You can now FaceTime with a wi-fi or cellular data connection! With the 6 Plus, you can simultaneously record HD images and videos, create HD panoramic images, create HD slo-mo videos, and much more. With its dual-core processor and 1GB RAM, the 6 Plus is reliable, efficient and perfect for every day use. Once it’s unlocked, it can be used with compatible service providers.

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Galaxy S7 Rumours

Samsung Galaxy


It’s almost been a year since Samsung’s Galaxy S6 has been in production, so naturally, the Galaxy S7 rumour mill has been churning stronger than ever. Let’s take a moment to look at some of the things we’ve heard.

It is said–and extremely likely–that the Galaxy S7 will be, like the Galaxy S6, released with an Edge model as its sibling. They should both be running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It’s strange, but it seems like the Galaxy S7 will feature a smaller 5.1 inch screen while the S7 Edge will have anywhere between a 5.5 inch and a 5.7 inch screen. However, apparently Samsung may also release a third variant: the Galaxy S7 Plus. We’re not quite sure that we’re ready to believe that Samsung is going to take on the “Plus” name, given that it would be reminiscent of Apple. It may be that sightings of the three differently sized devices are the result of various prototypes.

Resolutions should be remaining the same, but we’re not surprised. At this point, can screens really get any better while being discernable to the human eye? If there are no advancements in display resolution, we won’t be perplexed.

Marshmallow OS


What we are interested in, though, is the rumours that VentureBeat was told about the newest Galaxy devices getting back the capability to expand memory externally. This would mean that consumers would again be able to utilize the gorgeous Samsung screens to its fullest potential through unlimited multimedia that can be added externally.

Unfortunately, it looks like removable batteries will not be making a comeback. However, rumours do say that the phones will feature much larger internal, embedded batteries. Will that be enough to persuade customers who swear by the power of external batteries, though?

The loss of water and dust resistance in the S6 lines really hit fans hard. If some of the rumours are correct, Samsung may have plans to bring this well-loved feature back to the S7 phones.

Interestingly enough, the camera is predicted to go from 16MP to 12MP. However, we all know that megapixels alone do not make for a great camera, so we’ll have to wait and find out what goodies Samsung has packed in order to make up for the lost MP.

The biggest three complaints that we’ve heard nonstop about the Galaxy S6 were:
Non-removable battery
Lack of external memory card capabilities
Loss of water and dust resistance

We’re sure that a lot of fans would return to the Galaxy phones without hesitation as long as Samsung were to bring these features back–while keeping the phones up to specifications, of course–but how possible are these ideas? Are they realistic and practical in any sense? We’ll just have to wait and see.

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– Caroline

Blackberry Venice

Blackberry Venice


Rumors of Blackberry’s first ever Android device has been the talk of the town for some time now, and it looks like fans are finally getting cause for celebration. The new Blackberry device, nicknamed Blackberry Venice, has recently had its photos leaked online.

It looks like what we have here will be a slider phone that’s not unlike the design of the previous Torch lines. In the leaked photos, it certainly looks fantastic and sleek. The screen is supposed to be 5.4” with a slide-out that extends from the bottom to make the phone significantly longer. It contains the physical, iconic Blackberry keyboard that utilizes the sliding mechanism. If it feels anything like any other Blackberry keyboards, the typing experience should be nothing less than smooth and excellent. It’s also supposed to have a virtual keyboard that shows up when the QWERTY keyboard is hidden. The software for their virtual keyboard wasn’t very good on the Blackberry Torch devices, but we’re expecting it to be better on the Venice. This is especially so since it runs Android, and should, therefore, be compatible with Google Keyboard or other third party boards.

It’s likely that the Venice will not feature Blackberry’s other iconic item: the trackpad. Of course, with a 5.4” phablet-like screen, I think you’d find that you’d rarely need it anyway. However, sources say that we will instead be able to perform the same scrolling function the keyboard itself. Apparently all you’ll have to do is touch the top of the keyboard with a finger and just brush or slide your finger down and browsers (and other applications) will scroll accordingly.

Blackberry Venice-2


The leaked photos also seem to suggest two curved edges on the phone, to which rumors are saying will be used to display hubs or other notifications by swiping in toward the center of the screen from the side–similar to how Samsung’s Galaxy Edge devices operate. However, we can’t be sure that this particular feature will be on the final device, as some photos seem to have curved edges while others don’t.

The phone is said to have an 18MP rear camera with an LED-flash, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 processor, and 3GB of RAM. It should also have a 3000mAh battery, but whether this will be removable, we aren’t sure yet. Apparently, when the phone boots up, it displays bugdroid holding a shield. The bugdroid image appears to be Blackberry’s nod to customers’ emphasis on the importance of information security. Based on Blackberry’s Chief Executive Officer John Chen, Blackberry’s main issue was to make a secure Android device, explaining why it took until now for an Android Blackberry phone to enter the market.

Based on online activity from past, present, and potential Blackberry users, it sounds like this phone will have a bigger niche than other Blackberry flagships have received so far. Many have said that this is the phone that finally sparked their excitement after a year of the same features presented by different brands. Blackberry is certainly making a splash by being bold enough to come out with something different when everyone else is the same.

– Caroline

Unlock the T-Mobile USA LG G4



The LG G4 was released for T-Mobile in April 2015. It was released using Lollipop OS with plans to upgrade to Marshmallow OS when it’s ready. The G4 has a 5.5″ IPS LCD touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass. It also has a 16MP camera, 2160p video recorder, and a 8MP front-facing camera with a 1080p video recorder. The G4 is a great alternative to the Galaxy S series. It has similar features and is just as efficient; with its quad-core processor and 3GB RAM. Its gaming platform is just as exquisite, with its Adreno 418, you’ll experience better graphics and performance compared to other devices. This device also supports wi-fi, tethering, bluetooth, GPS, NFC, FM Radio, and Quick Charge 2.0. Once unlocked, the device can be used with compatible service providers.

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