Though the famous Moto G was released in 2014 in India, it was globally released in 2013 thus making it Moto G (2013). This time the new version of Moto G or so called the upgrade for the previous one is released in India along with other countries considering the demand and market they have gained here. The upgraded version is termed as Moto G (2nd Gen.) or Moto G (2014) . I have already made a post discussing about it when its specifications were leaked online. You can find the post here. The rumors of the specifications and the reality did not differ much. Seeing the present budget range market in India with the competitors like Xiaomi MI3, Asus Zenfone 5 and especially Xiaomi Redmi s, which has almost the same specs as Moto G at half of its price, its difficult to say how the Moto G (2nd Gen.) would do in the market.
Along with smartphones, laptops/PCs have been a prominent part of our professional and social life. We spend most of the time with them. Indirectly these two forms of technology have a powerful role to play. But the connecting interface between these two used to be mostly by USB cable. That’s been the traditional way to transfer files from phone to PC or vice versa. But as the usage of WiFi at offices and home has increased, the option of wireless connecting interface has increased. Airdroid is an Android app which uses such technology.
Day by day, the technology development for smart phones is enormously increasing. Smart phones have so many applications in daily life. Its used for phone calls, social networking, gaming, listening to music, watching movies, net browsing, blogging etc., Due to its multi tasking capability, the dependency on phone has now become a compulsion. For having an uninterrupted usage, battery life plays a very important role. A lot of potential smart phones fail on the battery section. Atleast a day’s usage from full charge is expected by an average user. Though we cannot boost the battery performance, we can definitely control the consumption rate.Lets discuss what we can do to improve the battery life.
The latest block buster in smartphones, Xiaomi MI3’s sales are path breaking in India (atleast Xiaomi & Flipkart thinks so :P). The selling strategy of Xiaomi might seem very annoying to many, they have been following the same from the start. Xiaomi believes that this marketing strategy of selling limited units for only registered users and spreading the news of 2 sec and 5 sec sale would do good to them. It’s open for discussion as some support and some oppose. I am myself on the opposing side. But luckily I was able to get a MI3, thanks to Flipkart First Subscription. Now, it has been almost 2 weeks that I have MI3 with me. There have been a lot of positives and negatives we figured during the regular usage. I would be sharing my views about those strengths and weakness of Xiaomi MI3. If you are reading this post, I shall assume that you already know the specifications and the price, so I wont be focusing on that.