HTC One M8 is now available in Bangladesh for 61,000 taka

HTC has finally made the HTC One M8 official on 25th of March, and the device is out on the market on the very first day of announcement. HTC says the One M8 will be the single largest product launch in its history, and will be sold on 230 networks globally. Before the end of April, it will be released in America, UK, Germany, France, China, Australia, and Taiwan. And it has been available in Bangladeshi market for the last few days too. But the worrying fact is once again there is no official channel in Bangladesh for any HTC products that’s why you won’t get any sorts of warranty with this 61,000 taka ($785) product. The HTC One M8 is available in Gunmetal Grey, Amber Gold, and Glacial Silver color options in various mobile brand shops around Dhaka city.

Which is better? HTC One M8 or Samsung Galaxy S5?

The all-new HTC One M8 comes with a 5-inch full-HD display and will be available in 16GB and 32GB storage options, with support for expandable storage via microSD cards of up to 128GB capacity. It comes with a body that's '90 percent metal' and exudes the same premium feel as its predecessor. The phone comes with 2GB of RAM.

Another important selling point of HTC One M8 is the dual camera setup that puts a 4-UltraPixel camera alongside a depth sensing camera that lets you do cool things like refocusing images after they've been clicked and other stuff. A 5-megapixel front camera is included as well. HTC One M) comes with Android 4.4.2 KitKat along with a brand new Sense 6 UI on top, which HTC is calling the biggest upgrade since Sense debuted. The phone comes with a 2600mAh battery.

But the real question is: Does the all-new HTC One have what it takes to win people’s hearts and wallets this time around, helping to return the company to former glories. Or will it suffer at the hands of Samsung and the Galaxy S5? I fear that at least in countries like Bangladesh or in Indian sub continental, it’s impossible to beat Samsung because of their monstrous marketing team. Samsung even have the manpower to sell their devices in street too where HTC lacks even official distributor. And Samsung Galaxy S5 with 2 years of warranty is even cheaper that non-warranty HTC One M8.

Samsung releases Galaxy S5 in Bangladesh with complete Gear family

For a mobile enthusiastic 11 April is the day to remember for me. Because this is the day of Samsung Galaxy S5 release all over the world. And my home country Bangladesh is no different. Actually Samsung unveiled the phone yesterday with a grand launching ceremony. The device is price 60,000 taka ($770) only! Yes I said only, because the previous 2 flagships were both launched with 69,900 taka ($900) price tag. So it’s wonderful news if you want to buy this premium 2014 device by Samsung. The device with a 2.1 GHz Octa core processor will also be available at 12 equal monthly installments. Samsung is also offering free S View cover with every S5 purchase. The device boasts a finger scanner for security and long term evolution access, which is a far faster wireless technology compared to 3G.

Price in Taka Samsung Galaxy phone

The handset was officially launched at Ruposhi Bangla Hotel in Dhaka yesterday in exclusive association with mobile operator Robi, the third largest operator with 25.7 million subscriptions. Robi customers will get some special benefits for six months, such as 500 megabytes of free internet surfing, missed call alert, breaking news, and sports news.

Don’t assume that Robi is the only operator to offer Galaxy S5. All other mobile phone operators like Grameenphone, Airtel and Banglalink also has Galaxy S5 on their bag too. The device comes in four colors -- charcoal black, shimmery white, electric blue and copper gold.

Along with Galaxy S5 release, Samsung also release all three Gear smartwatches in the market. But the pricing seems way too far of the international market. Samsung priced The Gear 2 at 32,500 taka ($420), Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit at 21,500 taka ($275). The price was excellent at the pre-order period. Samsung has offered Gear Fit at the rate of only 10,000 taka ($130), when it was ordered along with Galaxy S5. But we hope Samsung will surely lower the prices very soon.

Verizon offers Windows running Samsung Ativ SE with impressive specs

For the last couple of weeks we saw several photos of a Samsung made galaxy like Windows phone. Now the device is official on Verizon US network with the name Samsung Ativ SE. the device is now up on pre-order and will be delivered on April 12, a day after the Samsung Galaxy S5. And just like with the latter, Verizon is offering a buy one; get one free deal with the ATIV SE. If you get the ATIV SE with a contract and commit to a new two year deal you can get the Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8) or another ATIV SE with no upfront cost. The Windows Phone device will set users back $199.99 on a two year deal or $599.99 without a contract.

Samsung Ativ SE vs galaxy S5
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The Samsung Ativ SE has Windows Phone 8 inside with a 5-inch full-HD AMOLED display with pixel density of roughly 440ppi, Gorilla Corning Glass 3, a 13-megapixel camera, and an unspecified 2.3GHz quad-core processor (most likely the Snapdragon 800) with 2GB of RAM. It also has a 2,600mAh battery, 16GB of storage, and microSD card expansion. The Samsung Ativ SE measures 137x69.8x8.3 mm and weighs 135.7 grams. The phone is fully compatible with Verizon 4G LTE network.

Being a Samsung phone, the Ativ SE comes with a heap of "exclusive" features on top of Windows Phone. The most-notable of these are an infra-red blaster, which when paired with a remote control app allows you to control your TV, and "Ativ Beam" software for sharing files with other Samsung devices — including Android phones and tablets — via NFC. It comes with Microsoft Office Hub that enables users to work on Microsoft Word and Excel, edit files and sync from the cloud. Xbox Live also comes built-in with the device.

Hit the link to see the phone on Verizon showcase. It looks appealing to me!

Verizon grabbing Cincinnati Bell for $210 million only!

It looks like another time has came to be eaten by another giant. And if you have to choose who is the giant between Verizon and Cincinnati Bell, then 99.9% people will vote for Verizon. And its now official that Verizon is buying the whole of Cincinnati Bell for $210 million. The deal should all be taken care of in the second part of this year.

Cincinnati Bell to Sell Wireless Spectrum Licenses

So what do Cincinnati Bell customers need to do now that their accounts are being passed over to Verizon? Just sit tight. They're going to receive notices about any changes in plans or policies that will occur due to the transition. From now on Cincinnati Bell is going to focus their attention primarily on TV and internet services.

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Entry level Samsung Galaxy Ace Style is announced

After the announcement of new Galaxy Ace device in Germany last week Samsung won’t hesitate to announce the device globally a few hours go. The Galaxy Ace Style is an entry level Android device aimed at the younger audience. The phone is said to have a "a fun, unique design with an enhanced camera and advanced features for superior performance", I don’t have any idea what is the meaning of that.

The dual core 1.2GHz device has a 4-inch display with a resolution of 800 x 480, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB internal memory, 5 MP camera at the back, VGA shooter at the front, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and a 1500 mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy Ace Style Price

While the hardware of the device isn't fantastic, Samsung states that the Ace Style is “designed to support and power young social consumers.” The device will likely be available in both single- and dual-SIM configurations and will come with Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box.

The Samsung Galaxy ACE Style will be available globally in April in Cream White and Dark Gray colors. The price hasn't been officially announced yet, but it’s safe to guess it will cost around $250.

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