Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro to be available on Flipkart from May 29: Price and features


Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro, just like company’s other J-series phones, packs ‘Make for India’ features such as Ultra Data Saving (UDS) mode and S bike mode.

Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro will be available on Flipkart, starting May 29, 2017. The Galaxy J3 Pro is priced at Rs 7,990 and comes in three colour options – gold, black, and white. Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro, just like company’s other J-series phones, packs ‘Make for India’ features such as Ultra Data Saving (UDS) mode and S bike mode.

“The Galaxy J3 Pro delivers powerful performance, outstanding display and also packs in consumer centric features developed at our R&D centers in India. This launch will give Flipkart consumers the opportunity to buy ‘Galaxy J Series’ which is the largest selling range in India”, said Sandeep Singh Arora, Vice President, Online Business, Samsung India.Samsung, Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro, Galaxy J3 Pro Flipkart, Galaxy J3 Pro Flipkart sale, Galaxy J3 Pro price, Galaxy J3 Pro specifications, Galaxy J3 Pro features, Samsung news, Indianexpress news

Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro features a 5-inch HD sAMOLED display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. The smartphone runs Android 5.1 Lollipop. It is powered by a Quad-core Spreadtrum processor clocked at 1.5GHz. The Galaxy J3 Pro comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory (expandable up to 128GB via a miccroSD card).

Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro gets an 8MP rear camera with auto-focus, f/2.2 aperture and LED flash. The front camera is 5MP. The rear camera can shoot HD (1280×720) videos at 30fps. Other features include auto, beauty face, continuous shot, HDR, panorama, pro, selfie, sports, and sound & shot.

Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro supports Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0, GPS, Glonass, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and Wi-Fi Direct Sensors on the device include Accelerometer, and Proximity sensor. The smartphone is backed by a 2,600mAh battery. Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro is a dual SIM device. It measures 142.3 x 71 x 7.9 mm, and weighs about 138 grams.

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Motorola talks smack about Samsung’s battery tests (The 3:59, Ep. 233)

It looks like Motorola isn’t a fan of Samsung’s battery testing.

After the long-winded saga over the Galaxy Note 7’s burning troubles, Motorola jumped in to roast Samsung’s flaws some more. Motorola engineer Russ Gyenes said the phone company would have caught the flaws that caused the Galaxy Note 7 to overheat and catch fire. Considering that hindsight is 20/20, the shade here just leaves us asking … why are they bringing this up now?Image result for Motorola talks smack about Samsung's battery tests (The 3:59, Ep. 233)

Also on the podcast, we talk about T-Mobile’s newest feature Digits, which will allow people to have multiple phone numbers on one device. It’s perfect for drug dealers — we’ll explain why later.

And we could hardly keep a straight face when talking about a robotic police officer in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (Just look at how goofy this thing is!) So, so many questions. What’s with the hat? Why does it have arms? Is anyone going to take this seriously?


Samsung faces lawsuits for battery issues in Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy Note 5


As the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco had begun dying down, Samsung is again facing multiple lawsuits following reports that its other models too are plagued with battery issues, media reports said. The other smartphone models that reportedly face similar issues include the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy Note 5.

Earlier this month, Dale Holzworth from Massachusetts filed a class action lawsuit that claimed the Galaxy S7 Edge he purchased last year burst into flames while it sat charging in his son’s bedroom, a report in DailyMail reported on Thursday. According to the report, cases in three US states have claimed that Samsung was aware of the battery issues and fire hazards for years, but opted not to inform its

Another lawsuit filed by Claire Gilligan in New York noted that the other smartphones use similar or identical batteries to those used in the Note 7. Almost 112 Galaxy Note 7 devices caught fire worldwide within a month of the smartphone’s launch in August last year, prompting Samsung to recall all the 2.5 million products after five months of its launch. ALSO READ: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 update to disable charging completely

“Samsung manufactures and sells smartphones which pose a threat to the safety of consumers,” reads the Samsung class action complaint.

Plaintiffs have demanded that “users with the older models should be provided with the same refund and exchange program set for the Galaxy Note 7″. They alleged that Samsung recalled the Note 7 while leaving other dangerous products in the marketplace as the problem was not limited to a single product only. ALSO READ: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explosions were caused by two set of faulty batteries

“Samsung’s team responsible for designing the system further stated that due to the spatial limits of smartphones, the cooling system’s cooling capacity alone is not enough to cool the device,” the report quoted a plaintiff as saying.


Nokia 9 Specifications Leaked in GeekBench Listing, Seen to Perform Impressively



  • The phone was earlier leaked in live image
  • GeekBench listing reaffirms previously leaked specifications
  • The phone is expected to pack 4GB of RAM

It seems we are finally nearing the launch of Nokia 9, the rumoured flagship Nokia Android phone that had been spotted in a leaked promotional video and live images. This time, Nokia 9 specifications have surfaced online via benchmark tests. If these tests are any indication, the alleged Nokia 9 smartphone will be able to deliver performance at par with, if not better, current flagships from other companies. Moreover, the upcoming Nokia flagship performs impressively in the benchmarks, suggesting a powerful rival to the likes of Samsung Galaxy S8, iPhone 7, and other top models may on the way.

As per the purported GeekBench 3 listing of the Nokia 9, spotted first by Dutch website Telefoon Abonnement, a device listed as “HMD Global TA-1004” outperforms other flagship smartphones in multi-core scores. However, it should be noted that these benchmark scores were recorded on an earlier version of the benchmark too, GeekBench 3, and not on the latest version – Geekbench 4.

Notably, the listing didn’t throw any major surprises at us and suggests that the Nokia 9 will run Android 7.1.1 Nougat, will be powered by Snapdragon 835 SoC, and will pack 4GB of RAM. This doesn’t rule out a higher RAM variant however. While the alleged Nokia 9 was able to post an impressive score in multi-core performance, it still seems to be way behind the iPhone 7 Plus, much like other Android phones, in terms of single-core performance.Nokia 9 Specifications Leaked in GeekBench Listing, Seen to Perform Impressively

In terms of optics, the Nokia 9 is expected to feature dual 13-megapixel cameras at the back and have a dual-LED flash support as well. The Nokia smartphone has been tipped to offer 64GB of inbuilt storage. While the battery capacity on the phone has not been disclosed, the Nokia 9 is expected to support Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0 thanks to the Snapdragon 835 SoC. Further, the Nokia phone seems to have a fingerprint scanner embedded into the home button at the front.

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HTC sets mid-June for its U11 India lift-off

Premium smartphone maker HTC is readying plans to launch its water and dust proof flagship 4G handset U11 by mid-June in India, which was unveiled today at around 750 euros for the European market.

“HTC U11 will be launched in India by mid-June. Global launch is in the first week of June. We are still negotiating the price at which we can sell HTC U11 in India. There will be differences between India and the European market. It will be competitive on global pricing,” Faisal Siddiqui, HTC President for South Asia, told reporters.

HTC has introduced a device operation technology in U11 with HTC Edge Sense that will allow users to control its function by applying different pressures of their grip on the edge of the phone. The sense-based control can be customised by the users.

U11 will start selling in some regions from the next week and the rest of the market, starting June. In Europe, it will sell for around 750 euros, that is about Rs. 53,000 a unit, from the first week of June, a company official said.

The pricing of the phone will vary across countries due to tax structures and operational cost, Siddiqui said.

“HTC will focus on only the high-end segment because it is difficult to sell innovation at a low price. In India, we are looking at the best ways to ease buying of HTC phones. For HTC U11, we plan to provide sales through easy monthly installments in partnership with companies like Bajaj Finance, Home Credit and banks,” Siddiqui added.

The company has launched variants of U11 with different storage capacities and colours that have a reflection feature similar to that of liquid surface.

It plans to sell a high-end variant in India with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage expandable up to 2 TB or above with the help of an external memory card.

The phone comes with 12 megapixel main camera along with HDR boost technology.

Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 mobile chipset, HTC U11 has 3000 mAh battery that the company claims can be completely charged in 90 minutes and can support up to 24.5 hours of voice calls.

HTC, Siddiqui said, will focus on the mid and premium-range segment.

“In India, we are planning to launch various models of 4G VoLTE-enabled Desire series smartphones that will be priced between Rs. 10,000-30,000 a unit. We don’t plan to sell smartphones below Rs. 10,000,” Siddiqui clarified.

HTC has a retail reach across 400 cities in India. But the company plans to focus on the top 200 cities and branding in the top 100.

The company makes Desire series phones in India, but is still to start manufacturing its high-end segment.

Apple Opens Store in Singapore, Its First in Southeast Asia



  • Apple opened its first Southeast Asia store in Singapore on Saturday
  • Hundreds of shoppers camped out in anticipation of the launch
  • The tech behemoth has almost 500 stores globally

Apple opened its first Southeast Asia store in Singapore on Saturday, drawing hundreds of excited fans to the swanky two-storey site in the city’s upmarket shopping district.

Located on the affluent Orchard Road, the new shop – easily distinguished by its iconic glass facade – is expected to be one of the most popular Apple stores in the world according to the US tech giant.

Merchandise such as the iPhone and MacBook were strategically placed on display across the spacious first floor, while the upper level acted as a classroom for customers to participate in hands-on sessions.Apple Opens Store in Singapore, Its First in Southeast Asia

Hundreds of shoppers camped out in anticipation of the launch, while more than a thousand thronged the store soon after the doors opened, an AFP reporter observed.

First in the queue was Xiang Jiaxin, a twenty-five-year-old Chinese national working in Macau who had queued for more than 12 hours overnight and planned a holiday to Singapore specially to coincide with the opening.

“I am very happy and excited to be part of this. I have participated in the official store openings in Macau, Guangzhou and Nanjing,” he told AFP.

Apple, which has a staggering $256.8 billion (roughly Rs. 16,57,998 crores) cash stockpile, celebrated its 40th anniversary last year. The Silicon Valley legend sprang out of Steve Jobs’ garage to reshape modern life with trend-setting gadgets.

Most of its earnings come from the iPhone, which faces increasingly tough competition in a saturated market.

The tech behemoth has almost 500 stores globally with more than a million visitors daily. Aside from Singapore, its Asia shops are located in Hong Kong, China and Japan.

A regional transport, business and financial hub, Singapore attracted 16.4 million visitors last year.

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BlackBerry, Qualcomm Decide on Final Amount to Resolve Royalty Dispute



  • Qualcomm has agreed to pay BlackBerry $940 million
  • The dispute between the two companies started in 2016
  • Qualcomm is expected to pay the final amount on or before May 31

Canada’s BlackBerry said on Friday that US chipmaker Qualcomm has agreed to pay the software maker $940 million (roughly Rs. 6,068 crores), including interest and legal fees, to settle a royalty dispute.

Qualcomm had said in April that it would have to refund BlackBerry $814.9 million (roughly Rs. 5,245 crores), plus interest and attorneys’ fees, in an arbitration over royalties for certain past sales.BlackBerry, Qualcomm Decide on Final Amount to Resolve Royalty Dispute

The dispute between the two companies started in 2016 following Qualcomm’s agreement to cap certain royalties applied to payments made by BlackBerry under a licensing deal.

Qualcomm is expected to pay the final amount on or before May 31, BlackBerry said on Friday.

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LG X venture is now available for purchase in US

As scheduled, the LG X venture is now available for purchase in US. It’s listed on AT&T’s website for $11/month on a 30-month agreement. Alternatively, you can also grab a unit for $330 outright.

To refresh, here are the device’s key specifications: Snapdragon 435 SoC, 5.2-inch 1080p display, 2GB/32GB memory configuration, 16MP/5MP camera combo, and Android Nougat.

The X venture packs in a large 4,100mAh battery, and features IP68 water and dust protection. It is also 14 MIL-STD 810G certified for extreme temperatures.

7 Healthy Foods That Cost Under $1

It’s a common complaint: Healthy food is so expensive. While there’s no question you can spend a ton on good-for-you fare, the fact is, there are plenty of ways to save a bundle and still eat like a champ. Here are seven delicious and nutritious foods you can enjoy for less than a buck per serving.

Peanut butter

Gold ol’ PB has taken a backseat in recent years to more glamorous spreads made from almonds, cashews, sunflower seeds, and more. And while variety is great, classic peanut butter is hard to beat when it comes to inexpensive-yet-nutritious foods. Sixteen-ounce jars run from around $2.50 to $6 and beyond, with organic and flavored varieties at the pricier end of the spectrum. But even at $6 per jar, one serving (2 Tbsp.) is only about 43¢—and you get around 8g protein, healthy fats, fiber, and great flavor. Slather it on a sandwich or sliced apples or bananas; whirl it into a smoothie; bake with it; or whisk it with tamari, garlic, and ginger for a tangy dipping sauce.

Frozen chopped organic spinach

Frozen vegetables are a great option for money-saving: They’re less expensive than fresh, and since you only use what you need, there’s no waste. I like spinach in particular because of its versatility. Toss a handful into a skillet for an egg scramble, or add it to soup, mix into meatballs, whirl it into a dip, or blitz it into a smoothie. It can be a prominent ingredient (as in a spanakopita) or it can disappear into brownies. A 16-oz. bag of the Whole Foods 365 brand contains six 1-cup servings and costs $1.99, which works out to 31¢ per serving.

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Eggs are another versatile food packed with nutrients. They’re readily available, easy to make into zillions of dishes, and a great source of protein, vitamin D (which is hard to find in food), choline, B vitamins, and selenium. You can find them for as little as $1.50 a dozen. And you can get organic eggs for $6 per dozen, which is only 50¢ per egg.

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Talk about a great deal. Dried beans are cheapest—for a buck you can get a pound, which will yield you around 5 cups of cooked beans. But they require some planning, as they need to be soaked for a few hours and then cooked (unless you use a pressure cooker, in which case you can do it in less than an hour, even without soaking). But if you prefer the convenience of canned beans, you’re still looking at a pocket-change investment. A 15- to 15.5-oz. runs between $1.10 and around $2.50 (for organic), which works out to between 31¢ and 71¢ per ½-cup serving. Whirl them into dips, toss into salads, or mash with vegetables and grain and turn them into veggie burgers.

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One of the healthiest, most readily available, and most versatile vegetables in the produce section also happens to be one of the cheapest. A humble head of green cabbage, which costs around $2, yields about 5 cups, or 10 servings (5 servings if you cook it). So for 20¢, you get not only nearly half of your day’s vitamin C, but also nearly your full day’s vitamin K, plus folate and fiber. Cabbage is also a good source of prebiotics, carbohydrates that are non-digestible in the body but that feed good gut bacteria. Shred it and turn it into a simple slaw, or use the leaves as sandwich wraps in place of bread. You can also transform cabbage into a fast, healthy side dish by chopping and sautéing in a bit of butter until tender and turning golden in parts; then season lightly with salt and pepper. Red cabbage, at about $3 per head, is also a steal, and has all of the same benefits of its green cousin, plus it’s also loaded with vitamin A and phytonutrients.


These small-but-mighty legumes are a superfood, loaded with protein, fiber, iron, B vitamins, and folate. A pound of dried lentils, which costs about a dollar, contains about 2 ½ cups, which works out to about eight or nine ½-cup servings cooked (at 8 servings, that’s about 13¢ a serving). Lentils make excellent dips, salads, spreads, soups, sauces, and more.


It’s hard to find a more comforting, familiar staple than oats—though in recent years, they’ve been overshadowed by fancier grains (that’s you, farro, quinoaand spelt). Time to give them a fresh look: Not only are they able to magically transform into many different dishes suitable for any time of day, they’re also amazingly inexpensive. An 18-oz. can of old-fashioned rolled oats, which has thirteen ½-cup servings, costs around $3, which calculates to 23¢ per serving. Of course you can have it for breakfast, made the traditional way, prepped in advance for grab-and-go overnight oats, baked into squares or whirled into a smoothie. But oats also work well as a binder for meatballs or meatloaf, and as a savory side dish or the base for a grain bowl.


Samsung Galaxy S8 Launch: 5 Things You Should Look Forward To


Samsung Galaxy S8 to launch on Wednesday
Safety will be top priority for the company
Bixby implementation will also be a key factor
With just a few hours to go before Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, there is a lot of hype around the phones right now. With the countless leaks that have surfaced in the past few months, we have a pretty clear idea of what Samsung’s next flagship smartphones are going to look like.

The Galaxy S8 has a lot riding on it after the fateful demise of the Galaxy Note 7. Samsung knows that it not only needs to come out with something flagship-worthy, but it also needs to be something special to win over the hearts of fans and skeptics alike. Looking at the leaks, there were a few things that Samsung seems to have been done right:

1. Break the design lull
Smartphone design has seen a bit of a stagnation over the years and Samsung has tried to break that trend in the past by launching dual-edge smartphones. Bezel-less displays are the new order of the day with Xiaomi and LG having raced ahead by launching near bezel-less smartphones with the Mi MIX and LG G6 respectively. Glass is slowly trumping metal as the new premium and if the leaks are right, the Galaxy S8 promises to bring just that – a mostly all-glass smartphone with a large display, and almost no bezels.

All the leaks and renders have shown us that Samsung is keeping the front just for the display, moving the fingerprint scanner over at the back, and ditching the Home Button and navigation buttons altogether. This leaves all the room in the front to house a large display for an immersive viewing experience. The Galaxy S8 allegedly touts a 18:9 aspect ratio with extremely slim bezels on the top and bottom. The back is expected to be all glass as well. From the looks of it, the Galaxy S8 has an attractive design and will offer something different from the current exhaustive lineup of smartphones.

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However, there are some uncertainties with bezel-less smartphones and it’s still early in the day to know just how well these displays will work on a daily basis. One of the biggest concerns is the fragility of the smartphone since the front is pretty much completely exposed to breaks and shattering. Secondly, no bezels means one might need to handle the device in a way to avoid accidentally touching the display every now and then.

2. Spot on iris scanner
Fingerprint scanners are so 2014, and Samsung wants you to know just that. By now you would have spotted that the fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S8 is being kept awkwardly close to the rear camera module. One concern here is you could end up accidentally smudging the rear camera every time you try to unlock the smartphone. Not to mention the placement of the sensor could also make it difficult to reach with your finger, especially on the bigger Galaxy S8+. This is perhaps why Samsung has also included an iris scanner, as per leaks.

The company wants you to make use of the iris scanner in the front. But to get this right, Samsung will need to make the technology incredibly fast and responsive. We got a taste of it with the Galaxy Note 7, but we’ll know for sure just how useful this can get with the new phones. Additionally, if rumours are to be believed, we may also see a facial recognition feature for added security with the upcoming flagship. If Samsung takes the Apple route, offering extra premium features for ‘Plus’ models, then the facial recognition feature could be exclusive to the bigger Galaxy S8+.Samsung Galaxy S8 Launch: 5 Things You Should Look Forward To

3. Safest Samsung smartphone ever?
It’s about time we move on from those awful “exploding Samsung” jokes and no one wants that more than the South Korean giant. This is perhaps the biggest test for Samsung, and the company would have pulled out all the stops to make sure its units are perfect. Even a single incident – be it legit or otherwise – can potentially hammer the company even worse than before.

After the massive recall of the Galaxy Note 7 that ultimately saw its end late last year, Samsung not only incurred some heavy loss financially but it also took a hit on credibility. Safety is one of the main concerns for the company, and according to reports, Samsung has upped its safety check by adding an eight-point safety check protocol, which includes x-raying the batteries.

As much as Samsung is pushing the boundaries with design, it is also playing it safe when it comes to battery capacity. From the leaks so far, Samsung will limit the battery for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ to 3000mAh and 3500mAh, respectively, similar to what was found in the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
4. Keeping it under $1000
With a brand new design language for the Galaxy S8 and top-of-the-line specifications and features, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will not go easy on the pockets. As of now, the device are expected to be priced starting at EUR 799 (roughly Rs. 56,000) for the Galaxy S8 and EUR 899 (roughly Rs. 63,300) for the Galaxy S8+. However, a leak out of Italy pegs the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ at EUR 829 (roughly Rs. 58,500) and EUR 929 (roughly Rs. 65,500), respectively.

These prices are expected to be higher than last year’s Galaxy S7. But Samsung fans may be willing to shell out a little extra if the smartphones live up to their expectations. Again, a lot of it will also depend on how the new phones battle the shadow of Galaxy Note 7. Moreover, a pricing over $1000 could be a psychological barrier for fans and Samsung should not cross that bar just yet.

5. Implementing Bixby just right
Samsung will also introduce its personal voice assistant, called Bixby, with the Galaxy S8. Samsung’s AI will compete against Apple’s Siri. However, the latter has had some years to improve its digital assistant, so Samsung will mostly look to show off Bixby as a smarter version of its S Voice for now. Bixby, developed by Viv Labs, was recently unveiled ahead of the Galaxy S8. According to Samsung, Bixby will let you operate compatible apps completely by voice.

Without a live demo, we still don’t know how well Bixby will be integrated in the upcoming flagships. The company says that Bixby-enabled apps will let you complete most tasks using just your voice. Samsung also says that Bixby is more conversational, much like Google’s Assistant, and this could give Samsung the edge it needs over Apple.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 specifications and features
Bezel-less display and iris scanner aside, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ is expected to pack some serious firepower under the hood. The two smartphones will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 835 SoC, but some markets will get the home-grown Exynos 8895 chip as well.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are expected to sport 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch Super AMOLED pressure sensitive displays respectively, with QHD+ display resolutions (2400×2960 pixels). The smartphones will pack 4GB of RAM with China and South Korea said to get 6GB RAM variants as well. The devices will run on Android 7.0 Nougat.

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Samsung will also look to reclaim its crown in the camera department. The company has done extremely well in this area with recent Galaxy flagships sporting stellar cameras. Interestingly, reports so far tell us that the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will get a 12-megapixel dual pixel rear camera. This sounds similar to the Galaxy S7, at least on paper. But you can bet Samsung will add some touches to it that should improve the quality over last year. Samsung is also expected to bump up the front camera to an 8-megapixel sensor.

The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will be unveiled in a few hours at an event in the US. You can catch the live streaming of the launch right here.

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Phenomenal camera quality
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Software stuffed with unnecessary features
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