The NEW Elephone S8 Looks So Beautiful!

We have a new phone now out by Elephone that is called Elephone S8. I checked out their Elephone S7 which was a beautiful and cheaper Samsung Galaxy S7 copycat. So I was really excited when I saw this new phone. This phone has an edge-to-edge display that fully goes up to the top.

It also comes with a Hello X25 Deca core 2.5GHz CPU, 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM by Samsung, 21MP rear camera and 8MP front camera, 6.0″ 2K display full front screen (except the bottom of the phone!) and Android 7.1.1 Stock Android. Not the latest version of Android which is now Android 8.0 Oreo but not that bad.

The front display has 92.4% screen-to-body ratio. And it has 3D curved glass which makes it more comfortable to hold in hand! The battery capacity is 4000mAh. Which is good when the new Note 8 will only feature 3200mAh.

The phone also shines in different angles. One bad thing is it’s using a glass back. Something that the new iPhone 8 and new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 also is using. This is a bad back phone material because it may break. And then it’s hard to replace. The Elephone S8 is available right now in 2 colours blue and black.

I really like the camera design on the back how it’s not rounded. It has more of a business look. Sort of like the original Galaxy Note or the new Galaxy Note 8. I really wish this phone came with a stylus. It’s sad to have such a big screen but no stylus to use. Here is a quick photo of my Elephone S7!

This Elephone S8 kind of is interesting because the screen goes fully up to the top! Not even the Samsung Galaxy S8’s screen is doing that. And I am sad with my Samsung Galaxy S8 the software performs poorly both in browser and inside gallery. It does seems like Samsung needs to work harder at improving their Samsung Experience software.

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Sony Ericsson K800i Photo Samples!

Today I want to take a look at the quality a 11 year old phone can take. You can play cool games with this device like Micro Counter Strike 1.4!

I will also include a video sample. These are photos from my Sony Ericsson K800i phone! The interesting part about this is how I feel the quality is amazing for an old 2006 phone. This was before iPhone era. The first iPhone Steve Jobs introduced in 2007.

Before that it was Nokia, Siemens and Sony Ericsson that dominated the phone market. This phone has a 3.2 Mega Pixels camera with auto-focus. Something many Android phones didn’t even have in 2010.

Other specs include 64MB internal memory, 2.0 QVGA 240×320 display and 115g weight. It also has a little mirror on the back side so you can see yourself when you are taking a selfie photo with rear camera. The flash is Xenon flash. The BestPic mode takes 9 quality photos and allows you to select the best.

The phone also has a media player with support of 16GB Memory Stick Micro slot. This phone is also using ATI’s Imageon 2192 graphics. So 3D gaming is available with Java games.

The phone is very thick compared to today’s standard but still very beautiful and unique in it’s design. Here are photos taken from it. The first photos are taken without the flash. The last ones are with flash turned on.

I also did a quick video that was in 3GP quality and less than 1MB in size. Now clearly this was before video was important. YouTube started in 2005 just one year before this phone got released. So video wasn’t that important back in the days.

So what do you think about the K800i phone? I mean clearly it can have better quality on the photos but when you consider the price it’s not that bad. The new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will probably cost around 900 euro which will be around 25x as expensive as this little device! Hopefully you enjoyed these photos. Let me know if you want to see any other camera samples. I have many phones! I also took a photo of the phone’s beautiful back!

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Cat Lick Screen Live Wallpaper Samsung Galaxy S8 Review!

There are very cool live wallpapers you can get on Android phones these days. Simple by downloading a live wallpaper from the Google Play Store. One of them is called Cat Lick Screen Live Wallpaper. It has a cute cat in brown and white colour licking your screen.

In the settings of the app you can tweak the speed of the cat in frames per second. You can also include sound if you want. It’s not sound from the cat but more like background music. You can also decide if you want the cat to be scrolling on screen while you swipe your home screens or not. In video source you can also go in and select your own video as a live wallpaper! Or just reset it to cat lick again.

You also have double tap to open up settings. For some reason I feel you need to tap 3 times to make it open up. You can also disable notifications from the app if you want. I like how this app works on the lock screen. I have found no slow downs or performance issues when I run this app on the Samsung Galaxy S8. Good overall performance and I don’t find the battery to be drained that much faster.

It can take a second or two sometimes to load up the live wallpaper if you turn on the screen. Then it will be black for a second but it’s not a major issue. If you like this live wallpaper then maybe you will like this other article I did about a live wallpaper where you have a mouse that is walking on screen!

All these live wallpapers reminds me about Windows 7 that allowed you also to have a live wallpaper. But in new Windows 10 it feels like people stopped using that. Let me know if you have any other cool app or wallpaper you want me to write or do a video about! Here is a link again to this Cat app!

Thanks for reading!

Best Regards,
Adrian

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Quality In-ear Headphones I Found!

So I have always been very picky with my in-ear headphones purchase. I cannot stand most of them because they usually have a very bad fit in your ears. I couldn’t stand the ones below €100.

So I started to go with Klipsch Image X10 for a few years. They had the most amazing in-ear design I ever seen. And still are the best fit I love the most. But the problem is the cable on these headphones always break! After a few months! If you have an insurance you can probably get it replaced with ease. But it’s still super annoying for the high price you pay.

I had the Klipsch Image x11i last year and they are super expensive but loved them even more. Until they got stolen. I used a pair of cheap Sony headphones for some time and they are actually kinda decent for the free offer. Because they can come when you buy a Sony phone.

But eventually I wanted something better. So I started to do my research online and discovered a pair of Pioneer CH5T and wow! This are my new favourites now. They really fit amazing and I love how they are so much cheaper than the Klipsch but still feels amazing in-ear.

They have this design where the cable wrap behind your ear. The first seconds it felt weird but now when I’m used to it I really love it. And the cable is great too. Because it usually doesn’t tangle up.

When it comes to my on-ear headphones I love the most then it’s BOSE QuietComfort 25. They really are the best when it comes to larger headphones.

Yes I have used Sennheiser headphones a lot but the cable always seems to break faster with Sennheiser. But it’s a nice brand to walk around with. My BOSE after 1 year of usage I need to get a new cable because it broke. But seems like new cables exists on Ebay! I used these Sennheiser GAME ONE for some time for gaming and they are really perfect for that

I really am sad that both Apple and Samsung gives you bad headphones! Because I think they should give you a quality headphones when you buy an expensive phone. Thanks for reading!

Best Regards,

Adrian

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Magic Fluids Samsung Galaxy S8 Review!

Today I want to check out another very creative app. It’s called Magic Fluids. It will let you paint colours on your screen.

In the settings you can select on first tab presets. Which is multiple themes of pre-default colours that will load up. The themes are: Wavy Winter, Bloody Blue, Gravity Game, Steady Sea, Freaky Fun, Lake of Lava, Cloudy Composition, Glowing Glare, Trippy Tint, Incredible Ink, Crazy Colors, Girls Game, Particle Party, Busy Brilliance, Magic Trail by Toni, Lovely Liquid, Floating Flames, Calm Christmas, Glimming Glow, Subtle Setting, Bouncing Beach, Classy Combination & Swirly Sparkles! You can also randomize.

You can also Load or Save user presets. Up to 10! Next page of settings is animation. Here you can select the quality of the animations depending on what your phone can handle. You can also select HD graphics. Fluid type you can select either between Smoke or Water. Force will allow you to tweak the speed added to the fluid when you push your finger around. You can also select sources that will draw stuff automatic for you if your fingers are tired. And you can select the force speed.

You also have an option to put an FPS Limit to save battery life. Next tab you can select the amount of paint that flows out of your fingers. Also the lifetime of a fluid to stay on the screen. You also have the option to either select random colors or a colour palette with custom colours you select.

The next tab you can select if you want particles. Three options for particle shape: Dots, Lines and Stars. Also you can select the amount of particles added to screen. And the lifetime as well as size. Also the particle colour the default is paint colour but you can also use a separate colour. This app runs amazing on the Samsung Galaxy S8. It has super high graphics that even could be challenging for a high-end android device I notice.

Next tab you can tweak the effects. How you want fluid to behave at the edges: Wall, Wrap, Wrap and mirror. The Gravity, and if you want glow you could include that as well. Also if you want a fluid texture. This is most of the settings in the app!

I was very impressed by seeing how amazingly many installed themes that exists. They really are a great source of inspiration. Overall this app is super impressive and I highly recommend it if you want to check out a cool app.

You can also use what you create in this app as live wallpaper! Or just save the image, or clear the screen and start over. What do you think about this app? Here is a link to it again in the Play Store!

Thanks for reading.

Best Regards,

Adrian

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