Monday, February 22, 2016

Checkout the features of the brand new samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge

Just got this article from the "time" channel for all yea electronic and tech lovers:

Galaxy S7 (left) and Galaxy S7 Edge (Right)

The company's latest attempt to take on Apple's iPhone

Samsung is hoping to lure consumers with new Galaxy smartphones that can snap clear, bright photos in any environment, even if it's dark and drizzly outside.

The South Korean firm unveiled Sunday a new pair of water-resistant smartphones, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, which come with improved cameras aimed at capturing better images in dim conditions.

Both phones are nearly identical except for one characteristic: Their screens. The Galaxy S7 Edge comes with a 5.5-inch screen that's slightly curved, similar to the Galaxy S6 Edge+ device Samsung introduced last year.

The Galaxy S7, by comparison, has a smaller 5.1-inch display with a flat design. The Edge variant also has a slightly larger battery to power its bigger screen, but that's where the physical differences between the two gadgets end.

Samsung says carriers like Verizon and AT&T will announce availability and pricing details in the near future.

The new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge's cameras boast several improvements meant to result in better photos, including larger pixels on their camera sensors and lenses that let in more light. The Galaxy S7's camera has fewer megapixels than its predecessor, but many experts argue that alone shouldn't result in poorer photos. Both of the new devices also feature a new autofocusing technique which Samsung says puts subjects into focus more quickly.

That claim proved true during Samsung's side-by-side demonstration, in which an iPhone 6s Plus and a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge were tasked with capturing a scene hidden inside a black box to test low-light camera performance. Samsung's phone focused faster and captured an image that was brighter and more detailed. Still, as the test was set up by Samsung, it may not be an accurate representation of how the device will perform in the real world.

The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge have the same metal and glass-style Samsung introduced in last year's model, but with a few enhancements. Both phones are resistant to dust and water and come with a curved glass back, which is meant to make the devices easier to hold. The S7 models are designed to withstand spills, splashes, and a little rain, but they aren't meant to be used under water. The camera module is now flush with the back of the device, making it feel more slick and compact.

Samsung's new Galaxy phones also come with always-on screens that can show the time and notifications without being fully woken up, a feature that could boost battery life. LG's new G5 smartphone comes with a similar feature, but Samsung's can be customized with different clock faces and calendars. It's a useful addition for users who want to be able to quickly see bits of information.

With its latest attempt, Samsung has addressed one of my biggest concerns about its Edge phones. The slightly curved screen looks nice, but it hasn't added enough extra functionality to justify its higher price tag. (Galaxy Edge models are typically about $100 more than non-Edge units.)

With the S7 Edge, Samsung is debuting new features that make the device's curves a little more useful — users will be able to add shortcuts to the side screen that open a new email or launch the camera, for instance. Third-party developers, meanwhile, will take advantage of the side screen in other ways, like using it to display headlines and stock updates.

I Can Never Devalue The Naira - president Buhari

While speaking at the just concluded Business for Africa, Egypt and the World Forum held in Egypt. President Buhari strengthened his stance against the devaluation of the Naira

Quote :
"Developed countries are competing among themselves and when they devalue they compete better and manufacture and export more. But we are not competing and exporting but importing everything including toothpicks. 
So, why should we devalue our currency?. We want to be more productive and self-sufficient in food and other basic things such as clothing. For our government, we like to encourage local production and efficiency."he said

What's wrong with this picture?(pastor and his wife)

Pastor Francis Van-Lare shared these  intense romance picture on social media. He is married to Amara Van-Lare. Amara, a mother-of-four, married him last year, 6 years after leaving an arranged marriage that had a history of domestic abuse.

Must read:Man steals women underwears for sexual pleasure.

A 22-year-old man, Chigozie Ugwu, paraded by the Anambra State Police Command for stealing 52 women's underwear has said he indulges in the act to satisfy his sexual urge.

Ogwu said he had no girlfriend and felt like he was having sexual intercourse any time he picks a woman's pant, even as he pleaded that the police should release him.

The suspect claimed he was not aware that his action was an offence until security operatives arrested him.

Speaking exclusively with the Southern City News, Ugwu said:
"I didn't know that it was an offence to take women's pants. I don't have any girlfriend. So, each time I am with any woman's underwear, I feel like I am making love.
"That's why I go about picking and keeping women's pants. I didn't know it was an offence until the police arrested me. Please, tell them to release me. I didn't intend to steal those things. I think, it's a spiritual proble

Tiwa Savage looking stunning at the London Fashion Week event

Singer, Tiwa Savage is presently in London to attend the London Fashion Week. She shared photos from her first day at the event.

Fashion police :Check-out Mercy Aigbe in a Green jumpsuit

The beautiful actress stepped out in this lovely jumpsuit yesterday, and she want y'all to give her a fashion rating.. For me not bad. Lol

APC promised to solve the problem of $1=N210, now a dollar to naira is 400-Ben Murray Bruce

Ben Bruce CEO of silverbird television in his constructive criticism is blasting APC for not carrying out their promise towards the Devaluation of the Naira, rather they making it get out of hand. From N210,to N400 a dollar in the parallel market.

NEHEMIAH APOSTOLIC RESOURCE CENTER ORGANIZES A SPECIAL EDITION OF THE SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS

The school of Government and politics conference which held yesterday , Thursday the 29th of November in Abuja Was organized by Nehem...