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Samsung Galaxy S5 Review – Is it worth upgrading?

Posted by on May 18, 2014 in Videos | 0 comments

Samsung Galaxy S5 Review – Is it worth upgrading?

It’s been almost 3 weeks since I got the S5 and it’s time for me to give you my final thoughts with it. Enjoy the review and if you have any questions then feel free to tweet me or leave a comment in the comments section and I’ll try to answer it the best I can. Display – 5.1 inch HD Super Amoled Resolution – 1920 x 1080 (432 PPi) Processor – Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.5 GHz Graphics – Adreno 330 RAM – 2 GB Storage – 16GB/32GB Camera – 16MP/2MP Connectivity – LTE, WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, 150Mbps Software – Android 4.4.2 KitKat Battery – 2800 mAh Founder of Tech4Geeks and content creator on YouTube...

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Electric Blue Samsung Galaxy S5 Unboxing

Posted by on May 17, 2014 in Videos | 0 comments

Electric Blue Samsung Galaxy S5 Unboxing

  This video is an unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy S5 in Electric Blue. Specs: Display – 5.1 inch HD Super Amoled Resolution – 1920 x 1080 (432 PPi) Processor – Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.5 GHz Graphics – Adreno 330 RAM – 2 GB Storage – 16GB/32GB Camera – 16MP/2MP Connectivity – LTE, WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, 150Mbps Software – Android 4.4.2 KitKat Battery – 2800 mAh...

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Sony Xperia Z1 Review

Posted by on Oct 25, 2013 in Videos | 0 comments

Sony Xperia Z1 Review

Without a doubt the Xperia Z was one of the best smartphones that Sony has ever produced. This time around they brought us this, the Xperia Z1. According to Sony this represents their significant milestone for continuing to deliver unforgettable experience to their consumers. But does the Z1 really deliver that unforgettable experience? I am Jens Garcia from Tech4Geeks with a full review of the Sony Xperia Z1. Design The Sony Xperia Z1 is inarguably one of the best looking devices in 2013. It does look very identical with the Xperia Z, but just with a few minor changes. It weighs slightly heavier than the Xperia Z at 170g but that’s where it starts when it comes to premium feel. The device is surrounded by a metal frame which really makes the Z1 feel sturdy, however the glass finish on the back is what always worries me. With that said I love the feel of the phone, although for me it’s still not the most comfortable phone to hold because of its boxy shape. It’s a little big for a 5 – inch device because of the spacing on the top and on the bottom but that really didn’t bothered me at all. On the physical hardware, you have all the buttons, port, and slots around the side of the phone but there is a new addition to the buttons and that is the camera button. You will need to press it a little harder which is a good sign of its sturdiness. No physical buttons so that’s a plus for me. Just like the Xperia Z, the Z1 is also IP 58 certified which means its waterproof and dustproof. Sony suggests that the phone is water resistant over 1M for 30 mins, and that is why all the sensitive hardware is covered. After pouring some water to the phone, it was still responsive even the display was slightly wet unlike the S4 Active that we reviewed last week. Display The Xperia Z1 uses the brand new Triluminos display with X-Reality engine compared to the Bravia engine on the Z. It’s a full HD 1080p display with a pixel density of 441 PPI. While we are used to seeing small bezels on latest smartphones the Xperia Z1 have slightly bigger bezels than the G2 and Note 3 for example. It is a little disappointing as reducing the bezels would’ve slimmer down the phone as well. With the said the colour reproduction on the display is superb. It has a warm tone and more on the saturated side. The amount of contrast is high which makes the image looked very sharp. It has great black levels but it doesn’t have the same deep black levels on Super Amoled displays. Just like Xperia Z, the Z1 is still having the same issue with the viewing angle. The display gets almost 70% washed out when you look at the sides and that is probably the only let down with the display. There is a backlighting bleed when you look on the side of the display and I guess that’s why it gets washed out. With that said I still had a great time with the media consumption. So, I guess I can put the display into consideration. Performance The Xperia Z1 is...

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Jabra Revo Wireless Review

Posted by on Jul 13, 2013 in Videos | 0 comments

Jabra Revo Wireless Review

      Jabra is not new to wireless audio devices, you might have seen their Bluetooth earpiece as that’s what they are known for. This time they took it to the next level and brought us these wireless headphones that combines ultimate sound-quality, durability and comfort ability. The headphones have a very compact and stylish design where almost everyone can just take it wherever you go; it could either be at work or gym. Like myself, I go to the gym 3-4 times a week and having wireless headphones is very handy as I don’t need any cables whatsoever. It has a great build quality and felt very sturdy. The headband is made with high quality plastic with rubberized foam. Along with that are your metal frames and hinges. Now I did try bending it to really test it out and as I have said the quality is great, just as Jabra promised. The ear cups covered in leather, although it reduces about 75-80 % of the noise, I would love to see a bigger ear cups to make it more comfortable to wear. Being said that; I was able to use it for long hours of video editing. On the side of the headphones you’ll find a dedicated on/off/pairing switch. If you have an NFC-enabled (Near-Field Communication) device it’s even easier, as it’s simply a case of tapping your device onto the left ear cup. Setting up via Bluetooth is easy, simply hold the switch for few seconds or until the blue light starts blinking, turn on the Bluetooth on your phone, pair it with the headphones and you’re good to go. If you don’t want to use the wireless feature then you can always use the cable and connect it to the headphones and your phone or music player. There is a micro usb port to connect your headphones for charging which also act as audio cable. Now speaking of battery to be honest I haven’t really ran out of battery after I first charged it because I usually connect wired. The headphones features two 40 mm drivers which mean you’re going to experience a big sound quality out of these headphones. The sound is very rich and clear, and with the addition of the padded ear cups to cancel out most of the noise, it really makes the audio a lot more detailed. One of the sound tests I did was playing one of the THX videos because that way you’ll find out how detailed the sounds are going to be. All I can tell is that I can hear every sound, like the debris and the helicopter for example, and it really is a great surround sound experience, which will definitely be great for watching action packed movies. I listened to a bunch of different types of music including classic, rock, metal, pop, hip/hop and electronic, the highs, mids and lows we’re great although the bass can sometimes overpower the song.  But overall you will get a lot of punch with these headphones. It comes in with a free music app that you can download on the play store or itunes depending on your device to really maximise the Dolby digital plus experience. The setting really depends on your liking so just play around...

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Huawei Ascend P6 First Look

Posted by on Jul 5, 2013 in Videos | 0 comments

Huawei Ascend P6 First Look

    Huawei Ascend P6 Phone Specs: 4.7 – inch display 720 x 1280 (312 ppi) 1.5 ghz Quad-Core Processor 2 GB RAM 8GB storage (expandable) 2000 mAh Android 4.2.2 w/ Emotion UI 3G/HSDPA+      

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