Samsung S5 diperkenalkan di Mobile World Congress 2014

Samsung menampilkan generasi kelima Samsung Galaxy S iaitu S5 pada persida­ngan dan pameran ­Mobile World Congress 2014 di Barcelona, Sepanyol, ­pastinya dapat memenuhi kehendak asas pengguna yang mahukan kamera berkualiti tinggi serta ­aplikasi mudah untuk membuat suntingan serta memindah naik foto. Lapor Gaddafi Musli di Barcelona, Sepanyol.

Dengan resolusi kamera 16 megapiksel, S5 turut menawarkan sistem fokus automatik terpantas di dunia sehingga 0.3 saat selain menaik taraf kualiti High Dynamic Range (HDR) untuk menghasilkan pencahayaan serta warna yang lebih terang.

Dari segi fizikal, ia sama seperti model terdahulu dengan bahan plastik premium namun dengan rekaan yang lebih moden seperti liang kecil untuk tampak lebih elegan dan mudah dipegang.

Skrin lebih besar iaitu 5.1 inci Full HD Super AMOLED pastinya menjanjikan kepuasan pengguna ditambah dengan pemproses 2.5 GHz Quad-core dan generasi kelima Wi-Fi 802.11ac serta 2X2 MIMO yang menyokong frekuensi LTE kategori 4.

Untuk pengguna yang mendambakan kepantasan Internet, S5 didatangkan dengan Download Booster, teknologi Wi-Fi yang menggabungkan kelajuan Wi-Fi dan LTE untuk meningkatkan kelajuan data.

Gajet yang ditawarkan dalam empat warna iaitu hitam, putih, biru dan emas ini juga tahan percikan air serta debu IP67 dan ditambah baik dengan fungsi keselamatan menggunakan pengimbas cap jari, yang mana turut boleh digunakan untuk tujuan pembayaran online.



Produk: Samsung ­Galaxy S5
Harga: Tidak diperoleh
OS: Android 4.4.2 Kitkat
Dimensi: 5.60 x 2.85 x 0.31 inci
Berat: 145g
Paparan: 5.1 inci HD Super AMOLED
Kamera: 16MP
Kamera depan: 2MP
CPU: 2.5GHz Quad Core
Memori: 16/32/64GB
Slot kad: microSD
Bateri: 2,800mAh

Apple iPad mini 2

The iPad mini with Retina screen is everything the little tablet deserved to be - a more compact equal of the bigger iPad with no compromises made. And unfortunately, it's just one thing short of what we all thought a compact tablet should be - cheap. Well, Apple isn't exactly known for selling cheap, it's quite on the contrary.
Last year's iPad mini was more of a byproduct of the iPad lineup - with a significantly cheaper price, a different design and somewhat inferior hardware, the baby iPad was quite different to its full size sibling. This year marks a shift in Apple's product strategy. Now, the two new iPads are equals - with the mini being merely a scaled down version of the same spectacular screen tech and the same high-performance internals.
There's been no corner cutting this time and the new iPad mini is more expensive as a result. We guess the price hike comes only to highlight the iPad mini's new standing in the pecking order - it's no longer the budget option - it's the more portable version of the same flagship product. A lower price point would have also hurt the big iPad sales because the two tablets are not at all that different.
You would actually be amazed how identical the two look. But that's a good thing in a sense. Users no longer have to pick one of the two based on feature set or design, or bezel size for that matter. Now, you can just pick the size that's right for you. The high-end user experience is all there without any give or take.
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Apple iPad mini 2 press photos
Comparing it to its predecessor, the Apple iPad mini with Retina screen looks no different either, but that's until you turn it on. The new screen is impressively sharp and the new chipset is blazing fast, meaning loading times in most apps are noticeably faster now. The Wi-Fi speeds have doubled, there is a seriously bigger battery inside, there is a second mic for noise cancellation and now you have a brand new 128GB version, if you've got the money to burn - the last generation iPad mini maxed out at 64GB.

Key features

  • 7.9" LED-backlit IPS LCD touchscreen, 1536 x 2048 pixels, ~ 324 ppi, oleophobic coating
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n connectivity with MIMO dual antennas
  • Optional 2G/3G GSM, CDMA, LTE connectivity (data only, separate models)
  • Optional GPS with A-GPS support (for the Wi-Fi+Cellular model only)
  • Dual-core A7 64-bit 1.3 GHz Cyclone (ARM v8-based) chip with M7 motion coprocessor
  • PowerVR G6430 quad-core GPU
  • 1GB of RAM
  • iOS 7 with gesture support and a premium set of free Apple apps - iLife, iMovie, iPhoto, etc.
  • 16/32/64/128GB of inbuilt storage
  • Weight of 331g (341g for the Wi-Fi + Cellular option)
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Lightning USB port
  • Stereo speakers
  • Accelerometer, compass and three-axis gyro-sensor
  • 5MP auto-focus camera
  • 1080p video recording at 30fps
  • 1.2MP 720p secondary camera capable of FaceTime calls
  • 23.8 Wh Li-Po battery
  • 1080p TV-output with the Apple Digital AV Adapter (purchased separately for $49), 1080p video streaming or separate audio streaming via AirPlay
  • Supports magnetic cases

Main disadvantages

  • Expensive for a compact tablet
  • Non expandable memory, extra storage is largely overpriced
  • Tied into iTunes for uploading most of the content
  • No standard USB port
  • No GPS receiver in the Wi-Fi-only version
The new iPad mini is exactly the same size like last year's with a mere .3mm difference in thickness. You wouldn't feel that sort of difference even if you had both in your hands. What you may notice is the difference in weight. The new iPad mini is 23g heavier to accommodate the larger battery, which should deliver the same endurance despite the quadrupled resolution.
The new dual-core 64-bit A7 chipset inside the new mini jumps two generations ahead of the A5 processor in the original. It's not that the older mini was sluggish, but the new device is notably faster and more responsive in almost all apps we tried.
Last season's bigger iPad at least had the luxury of being more powerful but those days are gone. Now the two size of iPads have equally good specs, which kinda puts the iPad Air in a sticky position. It's true that the bigger Air is easier to carry than any other full-size iPad and the slimmer frame helps single-handed operation but there's no avoiding the fact that the iPad mini is the friendlier form factor.
The iPad mini's handling and portability could be the big decider for a lot of people who are eyeing a new iPad for Christmas. To be honest, we don't think Apple will mind no matter which one you pick.