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OnePlus OxygenOS 13 (Android 13) OFFICIAL


Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 vs Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 - SPEED TEST


Honor Magic 4 Pro Unboxing and Review

Google Pixel 7 Pro Concept is HOT!

iPhone 14 Models - UNBOXING!

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Goes Against the iPhone 11 Pro Max / OnePlus 8 Pro / Xiaomi Mi 10 in Battery Drain Comparison

Samsung's latest beast the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comes with this massive 6.9" LTPO Display, 120Hz Adaptive Refresh Rate and sadly Exynos 990 CPU for most markets. Samsung used 4500mAh battery with the Note 20 Ultra which is quite shocking because the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with a huge 5000mAh Battery.

We were able to get our early hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and we put it up against most popular High-end devices from different brands including OnePlus 8 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10, iPhone 11 Pro Max and Samsung's own Galaxy S20 Plus.

We used 60Hz Refresh Rate in the Note 20 Ultra and FHD+ Display for a fair Comparison. Surprisingly the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra did really well considering it's huge 6.9" Panel and ofcourse Exynos 990 CPU.

Below Video Shows Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Battery Drain Test. We used Application and Games like PubG, YouTube, Instagram and Video Camera at 1080P 60fps and 4K 60fps.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Battery Drain Test - 0 to 100% | 90Hz Display

Xiaomi Mi 10 comes with 6.67" 1080p Display with 90Hz Refresh rate. Xiaomi Mi 10 4780mAh Battery Drain Test - Let's find out, Shall we?

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus Battery Drain Test - 0 to 100% | 120Hz Display

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus comes with 6.7" 1440p Display with 120Hz Refresh rate, but catch you can use it only at 1080p resolution because using 120Hz @1440p is not Battery friendly. Galaxy S20 Plus 4500mAh Battery Drain Test - Let's find out, Shall we?

This Could be the OnePlus 8 Lite Prototype

This Could be the OnePlus 8 Lite Prototype... Thoughts?

Samsung Galaxy X with Foldable Display is Coming Next Month

Samsung on its Official twitter just revealed that they're announcing a new product next month and that highly is the Galaxy X with Foldable Display. Know more about the Samsung Galaxy X -

Oppo R19 design give clues to what the OnePlus 7 may look like

The latest leaked design of the Oppo R19 may actually indicate the design of the OnePlus 7. OnePlus has a history of using the same design as Oppo Smartphones, and it won't be a shocker if the OnePlus 7 looks anything like this.

It looks Stunning. Right?

How to Install Android 9.0 Pie on Xiaomi Mi A2

Thanks to Project Treble and Developers at XDA, you can now update and install Android 9.0 Pie on your Xiaomi Mi A2.

Xiaomi Mi A2 "Android One" Unboxing!!!

After a long wait, the Mi A2 "Android One" is now officially available in India with Snapdragon 660 Processor, 4GB RAM, and a beautiful 18:9 Display.

In this YouTube Video, we’ll take you around the packaging of the phone, share some initial thoughts on the in-hand feel.

Let's unbox the Mi A2!

Also, here are a few Mi A2 vs The Competition Speed Test Videos, Enjoy!

Xiaomi Mi A2 vs Mi A1 : Speed Test!!!

How to Prepare Media Files for Various Devices

How to Prepare Media Files for Various Devices

Nowadays we have thousands of different gadgets to watch videos on: mobile phones, tablets, gaming consoles, PCs and laptops, MP3 players and TV sets. At the same time, video files come in numerous formats such as AVI, MKV, MP4, MPEG, 3GP, FLV, and others. The majority of modern devices support a universal MP4 format. But what if you have an old device? The answer is simple: you’ll need special software called video converter to transform the videos to a format supported by your device. Besides that, a right program will let you convert a video with the settings that exactly match your gadget and thus will improve your overall video watching experience. You may find a lot of video converters in Google search. However, keep in mind that the software should be reliable and trustworthy. Thus we recommend Freemake Video Converter. The tool can be downloaded here:

The software was developed in 2010 and since then has been installed by millions of users. Freemake Video Converter was nominated as Best Video Converter by such popular tech resources as PC Advisor, Chip, PC World, and others.

What makes Freemake stand out from the crowd is its beautiful and user-friendly interface and multiple options for video converting and editing. Let’s learn how to prepare your media files for playing on different devices with this software.

The first thing to do is to download the program following the link above and install it on your PC or laptop. The software can run on Windows Vista, Win 7, 8, and Windows 10. Win XP is no longer supported.

Be attentive during the installation. The software might ask you if you want to integrate all media files with Freemake. If you are OK with it, continue the installation process. If you want to keep your default player, deselect this option.

When the installation process is completed, run Freemake Video Converter. You’ll see a bright interface with big colorful buttons. At the top of the software there are “+Video”, “+Audio”, “+DVD”, and “Paste URL” options. They serve to add media files into the program. According to the information on the official website, the software supports over 500 audio and video formats for input. Please note that your files must not be protected. Freemake doesn’t support such type of files since it can’t remove the protection.

How to Prepare Media Files for Various Devices

Output format choices are not so numerous but contain all major formats you might need AVI, MP4, MKV, MPEG, etc. Click the arrow sing in the bottom right and left corners to check for more output options. If you move a cursor to a format, you’ll find a start star that lets you add a particular format in Favorites and always have on the main screen of Freemake Video Converter. Among the regular format buttons, you will also see such option as to Apple, to Android, to Sony, to Nokia, and others. Each of these options contains some ready presets for most popular gadget models.

Convert videos to your device

To convert your videos, simply drag-n-drop them into the software or use the +Video button. In case you just need to convert videos to your device, choose your device manufacturer (Sony, Apple, Blackberry, etc.), then click on the drop-down menu and select your device model. After then click the Convert button to launch the conversion process. By default, your converted videos will be saved to My videos folder. However, you can always change the destination path before starting the conversion. You can find this option right above the Convert blue button.

If you didn’t find your device model among the ready presets, choose the Add custom preset option. You’ll see a new window where you can select such settings as framerate, bitrate, video and audio codecs, frame size, and some others. Check what exact settings are supported by your gadget before changing anything. When you are done, add a title to your new preset and save it for future use.

How to Prepare Media Files for Various Devices

For TV sets the procedure is pretty much the same. The only difference is that first of all you should select a video extension supported by your TV.

Convert DVDs to your device

Freemake Video Converter allows you to rip non-protected DVDs and watch them on mobile phones, tablets or modern TVs. To add a DVD, you can either use a corresponding +DVD button or drag-n-drop the VIDEO_TS folder into Freemake. Please note that if your DVD has several audio and subtitles tracks, you should pick the one you need. Freemake doesn’t support adding several audio or subtitles files to one video.

To do it, pay attention to the video line when the video is in the software. You’ll see audio parameters such as MP3, AAC or WMA and some symbols. Click these settings to see the drop-down menu and select an audio track. To preview your choice, click the button with scissors to the right of the video to run Freemake editor.

The rest of the process is the same as for a regular video. Choose your device model and rip your DVD.

Convert YouTube to your device

There are thousands of amazing video on YouTube. No double sooner or later you might like to save your favorite ones for offline watching. Freemake Video Converter will help you here. To download YouTube video with Freemake, go to YouTube website and copy a link to the video that you want to save. Please keep in mind that the software doesn't download paid YouTube movies even if you have purchased them.

Return to Freemake and click the Paste URL button to add YouTube link. Then follow the steps that you have already learned.

Edit videos for your device

Freemake Video Converter comes with a built-in video editor. There are not many features, but you can remove unnecessary videos parts such as ads or adult scenes, rotate videos, and join them into one complete film.

To make changes to your video, run Freemake editor as described earlier. To cut a video, use a left scissors button to mark the beginning of the part you need to remove, then a right scissors button to set the end of this part. Clicking on a central scissors button will remove the part. Then click the OK button and convert your video to apply changes.

To rotate a video, use a round arrow button. As for the join feature, add several videos you want to merge and enable and pay attention to the top right corner of Freemake Video Converter. You’ll see a toggle that you need to move to the right to enable join feature. After that, choose a video format and start the conversion process.

How to Prepare Media Files for Various Devices

Besides theses simple changes, you can also add subtitles to your movie in case it's in a foreign language. The tool accepts subtitles in SRT, ASS, and SSA formats. Keep in mind that subtitles colors and fonts are not supported. If you don’t have a subtitles file on your PC, you can search for it online. There are many websites that provide movie subtitles.

All in all, Freemake Video Converter is a great utility for those who prefer to watch high-quality videos adapted for a particular device model. With this software, you get a simple video editor and powerful conversion tool for online and offline videos.

Nokia 7 Unboxing and Hands On

Just a few weeks back HMD announced the Nokia 7 with Mid-tier specs and ZEISS Optics. The entire package is available at a starting price of 2499 Yuan ($377) on JD (Chinese e-commerce platform). But it seems that the company has no plans to launch the Nokia 7 outside China.

In this Video, let's take a look at the beautiful new Nokia 7 and it's Box contents from all angles.

Umidigi Z2: World's First iPhone X Clone?

Umidigi is now all set to reveal the world's first iPhone X Clone "Umidigi Z2" and we already have few leaks and rumors about this upcoming Smartphone.

The Umidigi Z2 is expected to come with Mediatek Processor, 6GB RAM, Dual Camera and an Integrated Fingerprint sensor!

Speed Test: Android 8.1 Oroe VS Android 8.0 Oreo

The recently announced Android 8.1 comes with lots of new features and UI enhancement. The Android 8.1 still is a developer preview but let's see how it fares against the Android 8.0 in a Speed Test.

Android 8.1 Oreo Developer Preview is now Official and is readily available for the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. The latest Android version comes with tons of new features, fixes and improvements. Google also shared the Android 8.1 Oreo change-log, which some of you will find rather interesting. 

Speed Test: Android 8.1 Oroe VS Android 8.0 Oreo

Nokia 7 vs Moto X4 - Which Should You Buy?

Recently announced Nokia 7 shares similar specs as the Motorola Moto X4. So, If you are confused between the two, watch the video below.

The Nokia 7 features a 5.2-inch FHD IPS display with huge chin but slim design. It is powered by the Snapdragon 630 SoC, 4/6GB of RAM, and 64/128GB of internal storage. The phone comes with Splashproof (IP54) ratings, and includes USB Type-C port, Bluetooth 5.0, and NFC. The phone runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

The attraction for the phone is it's "Bothie" feature, which was introduced along with the Nokia 8. It allows you to use both the front and the rear Camera's together. At the back, there is a single camera of 16MP with Zeiss optics along with an 5MP front-facing camera.

With the Moto X4, you get a 5.2-inch Full-HD glass layered display with 3D glass on top, Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 2.2 GHz octa-core processor, 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage plus microSD support up to 256GB, Dual Pixel 12+8MP rear camera for the best low-light, zoom and blur background with enhanced image processing, 16MP front camera with Panoramic Selfie, 3000mAh battery with Turbo-charging, IP68 water and dust resistance, and Android 7.1.1 Nougat.