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Nexus 5 pre-registration

Posted: October 30, 2013 by Areeb Fazli in Technology
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It seems Google isn’t the only one accidentally listing its upcoming Nexus smartphone online, as a new report reveals that a Canadian mobile carrier put up a page on Facebook for pre-registering the Nexus 5.

As per Android Police Wind Mobile, a Canadian carrier made the Nexus 5 pre-registration page live on Facebook for users to get notified when the device is available, ahead of the official launch, though the pre-registration page did not suggest any details of availability and pricing of the Nexus 5. However, the page has been reportedly taken down after initial reports which say it did reveal a complete specifications list.

We have already seen a number of purported specifications revealed of the upcoming Nexus 5 smartphone, and the latest leak does not add anything new. New leaked specifications are in-line with the earlier leaks and suggest that the Nexus 5 will come with a 4.95-inch full-HD (1080p) IPS LCD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.3GHz, 2GB of RAM, 8-megapixel rear camera with OIS and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. Connectivity options expected in the smartphone are Wi-Fi, NFC (Android Beam), and Bluetooth 4.0, while the device is likely to come in two storage variants 16GB and 32GB. The alleged device has also been expected to include a host of sensors like ambient light, proximity, pressure as well as accelerometer, compass, notification LED and gyroscope.

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If you are in the United States and waiting to get your hands on the newest edition to the HTC Android smart phone collection, then here is some piece of information for you. And if you did not understand what we are talking about, it is about the new HTC One, and the high end model of this smart phone is the 64 GB version. I know that there are a lot of people in the United States waiting to get their hands on the HTC One as soon as it reaches the shores of United States, but that is going to take some time as we already know there is a delay. But if you are waiting for the 64 GB version of the smart phone and if you are not on AT&T, then get ready to migrate to AT&T.

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Google’s latest update to Google Translate for its Android OS, out this week, supports offline translation, helping travelers out of tight spots or even just when ordering in restaurants — regardless of whether or not they have an internet connection.

The updates to the Google Translate app for Android apply to versions of the app on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and up, and the app supports translation between over 50 languages ranging from Italian to Arabic, though the offline version may provide less comprehensive options than the online version.

 Google Translate on Android gains offline support for thrifty travelers

Travelers face a dilemma: they’ll often leave a phone in airplane mode to avoidexpensive roaming rates or a foreign SIM, but staying offline can break the translation services that might prove vital in a strange land. Google must have heard their plight, as a new version of Google Translate on Android adds the option to download offline packs for 50 different languages. They aren’t as full-featured as their cloud-based equivalents, although there’s good reason for the trimmed dictionaries — at least some packs are over 150MB each. Unless space is just too tight, however, anyone with at least Android 2.3 can ask dónde el baño es without risking some bill shock.

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Source: Engadget , HindutanTimes