How many times did it happen to you that you have all sorts of old gadgets that you don’t even use anymore because they need new batteries? Getting rechargeable batteries is a good solution but we know how expensive they can be, and buying new disposable batteries each and every time can be more than a tiresome process, so what can you do? This solution comes from the United States and it is called ReZap Battery Engineer.
To benefit from the aclaimed world title and for the protection of your device, you can now get your hands on the smallest / thinnest external battery available for your iPhone. MiLi have been known for their all in one iPhone-battery cases for awhile, but the latest product Power Skin has got me fallen in love with its slim design.
In this new age of technology it’s not uncommon that we carry all sorts of portable devices with us nowadays wherever we go. Only problem with dozen of devices that you carry can be the recharging, but luckily for us there is a thing called Universal Portable Battery Charger that will make our job easier.
Well folks, new rumors are now being spoken about the possibility of a new upcoming fourth generation iPhone. This news originates from the South Korean local iPhone carrier KT Telecom. It is believed that the rumored new iPhone could reach the Korean company for trial purposes as soon as the coming April and would officially be available near June.
Leaked by Motorola themself in a webpage that was meant to be published at a later date are the specs of the Motorola Droid. We spoke about the Android Moto as a potential iPhone killer this week, now its specs have been confirmed.
The Droid will have a 3.7-inch, 16:9 touch screen with 480 x 854 resolution. A 5 megapixel camera with 4x zoom, autofocus, and dual LED flash. A 1400 mAh Li-ion battery for up to 385 minutes of usage time and 270 hours standby. The powerhouse of the phone will be a 550MHz processor. There will be a pre-installed 16GB microSD card. Connectivity wise, GPS, Bluetooth, 802.11b/g WiFi and a micro USB port as standard. Six ounces of weight spread out over a 2.4 x 4.6 x 0.5-inch body.
Good news to fans of solar gadgets, LG’s new mobile phone, the GD510 may appear to look like any LG phone running S-Class UI but in fact its secret lies on its back. The GD510 will apparently have an optional solar panel that will replace the battery cover and can be used to charge the phone’s battery. We are yet to find out how exactly this mechanism will be achieved, but it sounds like this won’t be an accessory you will find on unboxing.
The phone comes with a 3-inch WQVGA touchscreen display with a resolution of 240 x 400, a 3-megapixel camera, and a 8GB of storage space to store your captured pictures or videos. The LG GD510 will be available beginning in mid-October in Europe, it will be interesting to know if this solar panel will in the future be compatible with other currently existing LG phones.