Samsung Note II Review

Hey there, today we gonna see a mobile review, that Samsung Note II, today most of them’s Favorite Mobile, lets see the Specification first

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Network

  • 3G: HSPA+21Mbps
    (HSDPA 21Mbps / HSUPA 5.76Mbps)
  • 4G LTE: 100Mbps / 50Mbps

Processor

  • 1.6 GHz quad-core processor

OS

  • Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)

Display

  • 140.9 mm (5.5″) HD Super AMOLED (1,280 x 720)

Dimension

  • 80.5 x 151.1 x 9.4 mm, 182.5g

Battery

  • Standard battery, Li-ion 3,100mAh

Memory

  • 16/32/64GB User memory + 2GB (RAM)
  • microSD slot (up to 64GB)

S Pen Optimized Features

  • S Pen Experience
    – S Note, S Planner, Email with hand-writing
    integration
    – S Pen Keeper
    – Quick Command, Easy Clip, Photo Note,
    Paper Artist
    – Shape Match, Formula Match

1 Step tasking / Multitasking features

  • Air View
  • Popup Note, Popup Video
  • Page Buddy / Tag Buddy / Word Buddy

Connectivity / Sharing Features

  • Bluetooth® v 4.0 (Apt-X Codec support) LE
  • USB 2.0 Host
  • WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n (2.4 & 5 GHz), Wi-Fi HT40
  • Wi-Fi Direct
  • NFC
  • S Beam
  • Samsung AllShare Play & Control
  • Samsung AllShare Cast (WiFi Display)
    – Mirroring & Extention
  • Samsung AllShare Framework

Other

  • Samsung TouchWiz / Samsung L!ve Panel
  • Samsung Kies /Samsung Kies Air
  • Samsung ChatOn mobile communication service
  • Smart Stay, Direct claa, Screen Recorder,
    Quick Glance
  • Samsung ChatOn mobile communication service
  • Samsung S Suggest

Camera

  • Main (Rear) : 8 Megapixel Auto Focus Camera with LED Flash, BSI
  • Sub (Front) : 1.9 Megapixel VT Camera, BSI
  • Best Photo, Best Face, Low light shot

Video

  • Codec: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, VC-1, DivX, WMV7, WMV8, WMV9, VP8
  • Format: 3GP(MP4), WMV(ASF), AVI, FLV, MKV, WebM
  • Full HD(1080p) Playback & Recording

Audio

  • Codec: MP3, OGG, WMA, AAC, ACC+, eAAC+, AMR(NB,WB), MIDI, WAV, AC-3, Flac
  • Music Player with SoundAlive
  • 3.5mm Ear Jack

Content / Services

  • Samsung Apps
  • Samsung Hub
    – Game Hub
    – Media Hub (US only)
    – Learning Hub / Music Hub / Video Hub
    ※ The availability of each Samsung Hubs may
    differ by country

Sensor

  • Accelerometer, RGB Light, Digital Compass, Proximity, Gyro, Barometer

GPS

  • A-GPS
  • Glonass

Enterprise Solutions

  • On Device Encryption (H/W)
  • Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
  • VPN(F5, Cisco, Juniper)
  • MDM(Sybase Afaria, MobileIron, SOTI, Good)
  • CCX
  • VMware MVP

Ok now we’ll talk about the mobile phone, actually it smaller than a tab bigger than a phone, that’s cool. it more use full people who are doing designing blogger and people who are always connected with social network. first of all i wanna tell the it 4G LTE device, now days all of us looking for 4G compatible so this is it,

when we looking for the screen it’s 140.9 mm (5.5″) HD Super AMOLED (1,280 x 720) that’s awesome. you can get a nice preview of the web page and other apps

Camera

  • Main (Rear) : 8 Megapixel Auto Focus Camera with LED Flash, BSI
  • Sub (Front) : 1.9 Megapixel VT Camera, BSI
  • Best Photo, Best Face, Low light shot

it’s give good quality put.

Battery life is so good.

OS Android Jelly Bean 4.1 can upgrade it to 4.2

3.5mm audio port,  usual home button in front center, volume button in left side, power button in the right side. micro USB charging port in the bottom. we can get this phone in two colors grey and white. S pen is easy to hold in the hand and write too. comparing with s3 this phone is awesome. with the desktop options we get a brightness indicator you want get the feature with s3. inside settings cool feature is there that’s call Home screen mode in this we can keep the phone in basic mode and easy mode this helps to fist time android user to help and basic mode is usual mode. if you like you can customized also, Lets’s talk about the Processor (1.6 GHz quad-core processor) this is the high end processor.  Standard battery, Li-ion 3,100mAh,  16/32/64 Gb , memory + 2gb ram  if you need more memory can upgrade up to 64gb.

widgets are same as s3 there is no difference between that and android 4.1 is customizable. keypad is very easy to type same as s3 and with chrome browser works very faster it support quickly portrait and landscape modes.  i wanna tell you very cool feature in this phone you can sync music files, pictures and more in easiest way, that is you wanna highlight all the pictures you wanna sync and hold 2 Samsung device to gather it automatically synchronize with WiFi that feature make more easy to sharing feature.  it highly  supports with Google voice search .  we can save what ever we writing in the screen write pad and it very easy too.  wit s pen just rollover the a video from the thumbnail view it plays that’s cool feature it easy to archive all your videos on mobile. at the same time we can make the video display where ever we want and what ever we doing it play the place we moving.  most of the YouTube comments i seen that say people who are using iPhone they like to switch to android after arrival of Samsung note 2. however this Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is by far the best phone on the market.

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Coursera Wins “Best New Startup Of 2012″

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Coursera.org won the Best New Startup of 2012 award @ THE 6TH ANNUAL CRUNCHIES AWARDS. when we talking about Coursera it’s pretty cool site. What ever you like you can study 33 Universities Have Partnered With Coursera and its teaching buy those university professors. Same like Coursera   alison.com  also doing a good job. what ever the subjects we like we can study and it free. Studies for free mean it s awesome. Day by day they are updating the courses  at the moment about 200 online video courses are available for free studying. it give opportunities to Professors Building audience outside of classroom. Over 2 Million students studied with Coursera in some point.

It helps to build our resume and career development, it there site under team link they mention like this about them. Click the link to see how it works

We started with 2 founders and now we’re a team of 20+ people doing Engineering,Design,
Course Operations, and Business Development.

16 of us went to Stanford University.

We speak a variety of languages, like Chinese,Hebrew, Spanish, and of course, Quechua.

2 of us went to the same high school in Texas — but didn’t know it until now.

1 of us started coding when they were 5 years old!

18 of us studied Computer Science in college.

We’re all enrolled in Coursera courses, like GamificationHuman-Computer Interaction, and Machine Learning.

…And we’d love to add you to our team. Check out our open positions and apply now.

when all the people are looking for video course to pay and get Coursera make them free, this is the main reason to get good traffic to site, next point who are the people coming to study with them, they gave a good explanation and knowledge from them Coursera got promotion by peoples mount. Now they reached up the there maximum level lets see in coming day how they going to do more with the new courses. 🙂

Ubuntu for Nexus Galaxy (Coming soon)

Most of the people Looking to get an android device, but some are looking for something new like new look and new features, so they can go to the new medium in mobile os from  end of 2013. Ubuntu launching the first mobile OS. check out the coming soon Video to take idea of it. 

So Now you go an idea  how going to be (Ubuntu), Now We’ll see the Review Ubuntu on Nexus Galaxy

This Video Shows some cool features but compare with android phone market it bit hard to reach first place in mobile os. but one advantage we can connect the mobile phone to the Ubuntu pc and work same works what we doing in the mobile (Text, Email,etc). there is no more screen lock, no more home button. for button we can have only power and volume buttons.

This is the video Ubuntu Official Site Published

What is Ubuntu for Android?

How would you like a PC that fits in your pocket? For the lowdown on Ubuntu for Android, in terms your grandma could understand, watch this short video. And for news on Ubuntu for Android products, watch this space.

Now multi-core Android phones can be PCs too. Ubuntu for Android enables high-end Android handsets to run Ubuntu, the world’s favourite free PC desktop operating system. So users get the Android they know on the move, but when they connect their phone to a monitor, mouse and keyboard, it becomes a PC.

Benefits for network operators
  • Deliver the enterprise next-gen desktop in a single device
  • Drive adoption of 4G handsets, as online apps like Google Docs shine with low-latency connections
  • Expand your service portfolio from the smart phone to the smart desktop by delivering productivity desktop apps, including managed Windows apps as a service on your network
  • Satisfy demand for first PCs to families in emerging economies with no legacy wired connectivity
Benefits for handset makers
  • Drive sales of multi-core phones with faster CPUs, more cores, more RAM and high-end graphics
  • Target lucrative markets for thin client in the enterprise and first PCs in emerging markets
  • Integrate easily with Android phones already in development
  • Accessorise with docks, cables, keyboards and displays

Features and specifications

Ubuntu running from an Android phone

A complete Ubuntu desktop for docked Android phones

Ubuntu for Android provides a full desktop experience, including office software, web browsing, email and media applications, on Android phones docked to a screen and keyboard. Thanks to tight integration with the Android service layer, the transition between the two environments is seamless, making it easy to access the phone’s services from the desktop when docked.

Secure full-featured web

Sit back and enjoy a full desktop browser for multi-tab, multi-window web productivity. Ubuntu supports both Chromium and Firefox, the world’s fastest browsers, and is naturally resistant to web malware, which is why enterprises and governments are adopting Ubuntu on desktops.

Surf on the move with the Android browser, then dock to continue your session on the desktop. You get the same web pages, the same bookmarks and the same browsing history, with all the real-estate of a desktop. Using web applications with a full keyboard and mouse is so much better than a tablet when you’re at a desk, even in a hotel.

Contacts lense on Ubuntu

Unified contacts

Both Ubuntu and Android access the same mobile address book. So even when the phone is docked, you can view, edit, call, text or email a contact. You can even check their profiles on Facebook or Twitter.

Calendar coordination

As with your contacts, your Android calendar data is shared with Ubuntu. This enables synchronisation with any desktop or web-based calendar application, like Google Calendar.

Messaging and calls

Read and reply to incoming SMS messages from the desktop, using Ubuntu’s message indicator. You can also make and receive calls via the desktop – and you’ll be alerted to voicemails so you can manage them while you work.

Incoming message on Ubuntu

Simple integrated settings

Alarm clock settings on the phone can be synchronised to alert you when working in the Ubuntu environment. You’ll have one place to enter wifi passwords and one place to pair your bluetooth headset, then everything just works.

Photos

Manage and view photos stored on your smartphone using the Ubuntu Gallery application. Then edit them on the Ubuntu desktop and save them back to the phone. Create, edit and consume, all on one device.

Social networking services

All your Android social network account credentials are synchronised seamlessly, using the Ubuntu social networking client to provide easy access to your online communities.

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Default applications

  • Fast, secure web browsingChromium web browser
  • Online calendar sharingGoogle Calendar
  • Collaborative documents in the cloudGoogle Docs
  • Simple, efficient emailThunderbird email client
  • Facebook and Twitter integrationGwibber
  • Play movies in all common formatsVLC Player
  • Edit and share your moviesPiTiVi
  • Plays all common music filesUbuntu Music Player
  • Save and edit all your photosUbuntu Photo Gallery
  • Make calls direct from the desktopAndroid dialer

Technical specifications

Ubuntu for Android requires minimal custom hardware enablement, allowing fast and cost-efficient core integration. It requires a core based on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) or any subsequent version.

Ubuntu and Android share the same kernel. When docked, the Ubuntu OS boots and runs concurrently with Android. This allows both mobile and desktop functionality to co-exist in different runtimes.

Shared services and applications are delivered using a Convergence API module which ensures the tight integration between desktop and mobile environments. Work is balanced across the cores of the phone. When the handset is not docked, both CPU cores transfer their full power to Android.

  • Automatic security updates
  • Defence against viruses
  • Anti-phishing
  • File encryption
  • Password protection
  • Built with security in mind

These are the things they mention in the Ubuntu official webpage. what ever they trying to do now android is spread in the mobile market. If Ubuntu considering about the android weakness and giving solutions they can catch mobile phone and table os market.

now we going to check about what’s disadvantages of android mobile phone.

Let’s wait and see which mobile phone OS is reaching to the first place in end of 2014. 🙂