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Top 5 Smartphones of 2018 with Latest Features

1.SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 9

For a few months last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 lived at the top of this list, eventually being knocked down by the iPhone X and then Huawei P20 Pro. With the recent launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and a few days of heavy usage, it is time to put the Note 9 back on top as the best smartphone currently available.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 improves upon the Note 8 with a Bluetooth S Pen, more internal capacity and RAM, a massive 4,000 mAh battery, improved dual rear cameras with some software intelligence, enhanced audio capability, and new placement of the rear fingerprint scanner.

The new Bluetooth S Pen is an excellent innovation that is sure to please all Note fans with the additional remote control functionality. Later this year an SDK will be released so that third parties can add support for the Bluetooth S Pen.

Here is the quick review on Samsung galaxy note 9

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 continues to have all of the excellent Galaxy Foundation aspects such as a high level of water resistance, fast wireless charging, a stunning Super AMOLED screen, expandable microSD storage, a 3.5mm headset jack, and much more.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has standard pricing across all carriers with the 128GB version available for $999.99 and a 512GB model for $1,249.99. With a large capacity microSD card, you could actually have more than 1TB in the palm of your hand.

2.HUAWEI P20 PRO

The unique triple camera design with 68 megapixels worth of shooting power should help you take some fantastic shots with a low light mode that beats out all the other smartphones available today.

Huawei has been including massive capacity batteries in its flagships and the P20 Pro is no exception with 4,000 mAh that is sure to get you through at least one full, busy day. It has a large 6.1 inch OLED with a notch you can show or hide, a powerful Kirin 970 processor with integrated AI, IP67 dust and water resistance, and more.

Here is the quick review on Huawei P20 Pro

Huawei’s EMUI has come a long way and the home screen now has a standard Google Feed on one panel with an interface that is close to stock. When Huawei does provide software and settings beyond stock Android, those serve to enhance the device rather than clutter it up and slow it down. The P20 Pro flies through every action and is a sheer joy to use.

3. SAMSUNG GALAXY S9/S9 PLUS

Samsung launched the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus earlier this year. It’s an evolution in the Galaxy S line, but one that leads as close to perfection as you can expect for a smartphone today.

Samsung’s Infinity Display continues to take the top spot with every new release, trumping the Apple iPhone X that lived in that spot for a few months. There is 6GB of RAM, the fastest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 mobile processor, a rear dual aperture camera, another one with super slow motion support (S9 Plus only), the ability to add inexpensive microSD cards, improved Bixby assistant and a hardware button dedicated to its use, Samsung Pay payment technology, wireless and fast charging, IP68 dust and water resistance, a USB Type-C standard port, and traditional 3.5mm headset jack. It also launches with Android 8.0 Oreo. There is nothing missing from the Galaxy S9 Plus and it deserves the top spot.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are available at prices starting at $720 (S9) and $840 (S9 Plus). Samsung has the best prices with other carriers adding additional premiums on top of the MSRP. If you buy an unlocked one from Samsung it will not contain carrier bloatware and is priced lower than most US carriers too. Compared to the $1,000+ iPhone X, the S9 and S9 Plus are reasonably priced.

4. APPLE iPhone X

It was the highest price mass-market phone to launch with a starting price of $999 for 64GB and $1,149 for 256GB. Samsung has slightly higher prices for the Note 9, but we are likely to see even higher priced larger iPhone models in the near future.

The iPhone X is the first unique iPhone design we have seen since the original iPhone launched 10 years ago. It has a large 5.8-inch front display with minimal bezels and no front home button. A Samsung OLED panel used for the first time on an iPhone. There is a dual rear camera setup with a new way to use the iPhone due to the lack of a home button and traditional power button.

Without buttons on the front, the iPhone X relies on advanced facial recognition to unlock and use Apple Pay. It performs reliably and far exceeds the functionality of Samsung’s iris scanning technology. Apple finally includes wireless charging too so you can conveniently charge it by simply setting it down on a wireless charging device.

The iPhone X is the most advanced iPhone to date and offers some new experiences with the front display. This includes extensive gesture support and new ways to access functions on the iPhone. It offers a big screen experience in a rather compact package when compared to other large screen smartphones.

5. LG G7 ThinQ

If you’ve read about the LG G7 ThinQ you have probably seen that most people state it is not exciting and there is nothing that unique and compelling to make people choose the LG G7. To be honest, you could say that about most phones as we have reached peak smartphone and there is very little left that manufacturers can do to raise the bar.

That said, after spending a couple of months with the LG G7, it is clearly a very underrated smartphone. The size is nearly perfect, it offers a wide-angle camera, and it is fairly affordable at less than $750 for a flagship. You can even buy one from Google and use it on Project Fi.

Like the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, the LG G7 ThinQ has everything but the kitchen sink included. It has a 3.5mm headphone jack, dual camera setup (one is widescreen that is unique among the dual camera devices), wireless charging, IP68 rating, microSD expansion card for inexpensive unlimited storage expansion, a screen that extends nearly the full front with a notch, and incredible audio support.

The LG G7 ThinQ includes AI elements in its camera and brings the best from the LG V30 video camera with Cine Video mode and more. LG set the bar for phone cameras a few years ago and may be doing it again with the LG G7 ThinQ.

Here is the quick Review on LG G7 ThinQ

Facebook launching its Smart Display ‘Portal’

Facebook’s Smart Display with own voice assistant

It has been long rumored that Facebook is working on a Smart Display equipped with its own voice assistant. In fact, reports from January this year suggested that Facebook could launch its Smart Display codenamed ‘Portal’ in May. However, we all know that did not happen. Now, a new report claims that Facebook will finally unveil the said Portal Smart Display this week.

Portal Video Chat Device

According to a new report from Cheddar, Facebook will unveil the device for home this week, and it’ll come in two screen sizes. The report claims that Facebook will be unveiling the Portal ‘video chat device’ with similar features like the Amazon Echo Show. The device will be sporting a smart display and a camera for video chatting purposes and facial recognition. The report further suggests that Facebook’s Portal will use make use of AI facial recognition features and that its wide-angle camera will feature a privacy shutter which can cover the camera lens when it’s not in use.

Aloha Voice Recognition with Portal?

Earlier reports suggested that the social media giant is developing its own voice recognition tool called Aloha. Dubbed ‘Aloha Voice Testing’ the feature said to facilitate speech-to-text-to-speech conversion, allowing Messenger users more ways to interact with each other on the platform. It believed that Aloha users will be able to dictate words to Aloha. And the tool will type it out to Messenger. There is no word about Aloha in the latest report and we don’t know if Facebook will announce the same alongside ‘Portal’.

Privacy

Privacy is now a big concern for Facebook. So according to report, Facebook’s upcoming Portal device will feature a privacy shutter that can cover the device’s wide-angle video camera. The device uses artificial intelligence (AI) “to recognize people in the frame and follow them as they move throughout a room,”. And Facebook recently developed shutter after the controversial Cambridge Analytica issue.

Other Features and Pricing

Aside from its AI-powered video chat camera, this new Portal device will feature integration with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant. It’ll let users play music, watch videos, see cooking recipes, and more. The device said to be in testing for now, and it’ll start around $300 (approximately Rs. 21775.50). There will be a big screen variant too, which will cost around $400 (approximately Rs. 29034). It is also been reported that Facebook employees have been testing it for months, and the company has already shown it to major retailers in the United States.

What is a Software Development Procedure?

A product advancement procedure outsourcing companies in India or life cycle is a structure imposed on the development of a software outsourcing product. There are few models for such procedure. Each describing approaches to a variety of tasks procedures for outsourcing companies in India.
Must and more software development organizations implement procedure methodologies.
The Capability Maturity Model is one of the leading ideals. Assessments used to grade the company, how well they create software according to how they define and execute their procedure.

Procedure

Requirements Analysis

Extracting the requirements of the desired software product is the first task in creating it. When customers probably believe they know what the software is to do, it may require skill and experience in software outsourcing to recognize incomplete, obscure or contradictory requirements.

Specification

A specification is a task of precisely describing the software development to be written, in a mathematically hard way. In practice, most successful specifications written to understand and applications that already well-developed, although safety-critical software development outsourcing systems are often carefully specified prior to application development outsourcing companies in India. Specifications are most important for external interfaces that must remain stable.

Software architecture

The architecture of a software outsourcing system refers to an abstract representation of that system. Architecture concerned with making sure the software development outsourcing system will meet the requirements of the product. As well as ensuring it future requirements can be addressed.

Implementation

Reducing a design to code may be the most obvious part of the software outsourcing services. But it is not necessarily the largest portion.

Testing

Testing of parts of software outsourcing companies, especially where code by two different engineers must work together, falls to the software engineer.

Documentation

An important task is documenting the internal design of software outsourcing for the purpose of future maintenance and growth.

Training and Support

A large percentage of software projects fail because the developers fail to realize that it doesn’t matter how much time and planning a development team puts into creating software if nobody in an organization ends up using it. People are sometimes resistant to change and avoid risk into an unfamiliar area. So as a part, its very important to have training classes for the most software outsourcing users, shifting the training towards the neutral users intermixed with the eager supporters,

Maintenance

Maintaining and growing software to cope with newly discovered problems or requirements can take far more time than the initial development of the software outsourcing. Not only may it be necessary to add code that does not fit the original design but just determining how a software works at some point after it completed may require significant effort by a software outsourcing companies in India. About 60% of all software outsourcing companies in India work is maintenance.

The mobile app development is done by computer programming professionals to run on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Many companies sell mobiles with pre-installed apps. Such as web browser, calendar, the mapping program. And a customized app for buying music or other media apps. Other interesting apps can be downloaded through the browser by paying the certain amount that includes whats app, share it, and various games.

 As A Mobile App Developer

As Mobile App Developer, your responsibilities will depend on a number of factors.  The first of these, of course, is the employer.  The second would be how much experience you have in developing apps, with the third major factor being the platform OS you develop apps for.

1. Responsible for developing applications, but also testing and improving them.

2. Quality and functionality of apps are in line with your clients’ requirements.

3. Write code for apps for specific operating environments.

4. Design and develop the app’s interface.

5. Communicate ideas and designs with team members

6. Provide support for your app, so that any issues that arise can immediately be dealt with

Future of Mobile application developer

The industry is now eight years into the mobile modernization and seven years since the emergence of the apps economy. It is the best time for the mobile app developers to be full-fledged in the next five to ten years.

Building quality and responsive apps can increase the customer interaction and provided greater advantages for the app development companies. Though many organizations develop the business apps for smart-devices, the impacting apps can influence the customer’s mind.

People find it better to access all necessary information and have some fun with apps. Subscription to apps is also a greater source of generating revenue for your businesses. Gaining reputation by increasing the brand’s visibility can find a place in markets to get a good frame over your competitors.

If you are considering a career in the mobile app industry. It’s no secret that apps have only gained popularity. Smartphone usage has only gone up, and it will continue to rise. Companies, organizations, and educational institutions are all resorting to apps to improve their accessibility and customer relations, and someone has to create those apps through collaboration. If you want to be the one to do that, there’re a few things you should know before you consider app development your primary career.

Jobs in Mobile App Development

Both large and small enterprises are constantly hiring for app development. If you don’t secure yourself entirely to one parent brand and absorb the needs of their individual companies, you can always look on places like Gumtree for trial jobs. Especially, in the beginning, you’ll want to apply your skills to budget jobs so you’ll have something to show in your portfolio. So as you gain experience, you’ll be able to move up the ladder by investigating corporate websites for companies that are looking to create or improve apps.

Mobile app development can be stressful, but experienced and dedicated developers will get back way more than what they put in. Take your education seriously and get plenty of practice before you shoot for the stars, and don’t forget to create yourself a portfolio website to showcase your accomplishments.[:in]The mobile app is developed by computer programming professionals to run on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Many companies sell mobiles with pre-installed apps. Such as web browser, calendar, the mapping program. And a customized app for buying music or other media apps. Other interesting apps can be downloaded through the browser by paying the certain amount that includes whats app, share it, and various games.

 As A Mobile App Developer

As Mobile App Developer, your responsibilities will depend on a number of factors.  The first of these, of course, is the employer.  The second would be how much experience you have in developing apps, with the third major factor being the platform OS you develop apps for.

1. Responsible for developing applications, but also testing and improving them.

2. Quality and functionality of apps are in line with your clients’ requirements.

3. Write code for apps for specific operating environments.

4. Design and develop the app’s interface.

5. Communicate ideas and designs with team members

6. Provide support for your app, so that any issues that arise can immediately be dealt with

Future of Mobile application developer

The industry is now eight years into the mobile modernization and seven years since the emergence of the apps economy. It is the best time for the mobile app developers to be full-fledged in the next five to ten years.

Building quality and responsive apps can increase the customer interaction and provided greater advantages for the app development companies. Though many organizations develop the business apps for smart-devices, the impacting apps can influence the customer’s mind.

People find it better to access all necessary information and have some fun with apps. Subscription to apps is also a greater source of generating revenue for your businesses. Gaining reputation by increasing the brand’s visibility can find a place in markets to get a good frame over your competitors.

If you are considering a career in the mobile app industry. It’s no secret that apps have only gained popularity. Smartphone usage has only gone up, and it will continue to rise. Companies, organizations, and educational institutions are all resorting to apps to improve their accessibility and customer relations, and someone has to create those apps through collaboration. If you want to be the one to do that, there’re a few things you should know before you consider app development your primary career.

Jobs in Mobile App Development

Both large and small enterprises are constantly hiring for app development. If you don’t secure yourself entirely to one parent brand and absorb the needs of their individual companies, you can always look on places like Gumtree for trial jobs. Especially, in the beginning, you’ll want to apply your skills to budget jobs so you’ll have something to show in your portfolio. So as you gain experience, you’ll be able to move up the ladder by investigating corporate websites for companies that are looking to create or improve apps.

Mobile app development can be stressful, but experienced and dedicated developers will get back way more than what they put in. Take your education seriously and get plenty of practice before you shoot for the stars, and don’t forget to create yourself a portfolio website to showcase your accomplishments.[:gb]The mobile app is developed by computer programming professionals to run on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Many companies sell mobiles with pre-installed apps. Such as web browser, calendar, the mapping program. And a customized app for buying music or other media apps. Other interesting apps can be downloaded through the browser by paying the certain amount that includes whats app, share it, and various games.

 As A Mobile App Developer

As Mobile App Developer, your responsibilities will depend on a number of factors.  The first of these, of course, is the employer.  The second would be how much experience you have in developing apps, with the third major factor being the platform OS you develop apps for.

1. Responsible for developing applications, but also testing and improving them.

2. Quality and functionality of apps are in line with your clients’ requirements.

3. Write code for apps for specific operating environments.

4. Design and develop the app’s interface.

5. Communicate ideas and designs with team members

6. Provide support for your app, so that any issues that arise can immediately be dealt with

Future of Mobile application developer

The industry is now eight years into the mobile modernization and seven years since the emergence of the apps economy. It is the best time for the mobile app developers to be full-fledged in the next five to ten years.

Building quality and responsive apps can increase the customer interaction and provided greater advantages for the app development companies. Though many organizations develop the business apps for smart-devices, the impacting apps can influence the customer’s mind.

People find it better to access all necessary information and have some fun with apps. Subscription to apps is also a greater source of generating revenue for your businesses. Gaining reputation by increasing the brand’s visibility can find a place in markets to get a good frame over your competitors.

If you are considering a career in the mobile app industry. It’s no secret that apps have only gained popularity. Smartphone usage has only gone up, and it will continue to rise. Companies, organizations, and educational institutions are all resorting to apps to improve their accessibility and customer relations, and someone has to create those apps through collaboration. If you want to be the one to do that, there’re a few things you should know before you consider app development your primary career.

Jobs in Mobile App Development

Both large and small enterprises are constantly hiring for app development. If you don’t secure yourself entirely to one parent brand and absorb the needs of their individual companies, you can always look on places like Gumtree for trial jobs. Especially, in the beginning, you’ll want to apply your skills to budget jobs so you’ll have something to show in your portfolio. So as you gain experience, you’ll be able to move up the ladder by investigating corporate websites for companies that are looking to create or improve apps.

Mobile app development can be stressful, but experienced and dedicated developers will get back way more than what they put in. Take your education seriously and get plenty of practice before you shoot for the stars, and don’t forget to create yourself a portfolio website to showcase your accomplishments.[:au]The mobile app is developed by computer programming professionals to run on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Many companies sell mobiles with pre-installed apps. Such as web browser, calendar, the mapping program. And a customized app for buying music or other media apps. Other interesting apps can be downloaded through the browser by paying the certain amount that includes whats app, share it, and various games.

 As A Mobile App Developer

As Mobile App Developer, your responsibilities will depend on a number of factors.  The first of these, of course, is the employer.  The second would be how much experience you have in developing apps, with the third major factor being the platform OS you develop apps for.

1. Responsible for developing applications, but also testing and improving them.

2. Quality and functionality of apps are in line with your clients’ requirements.

3. Write code for apps for specific operating environments.

4. Design and develop the app’s interface.

5. Communicate ideas and designs with team members

6. Provide support for your app, so that any issues that arise can immediately be dealt with

Future of Mobile application developer

The industry is now eight years into the mobile modernization and seven years since the emergence of the apps economy. It is the best time for the mobile app developers to be full-fledged in the next five to ten years.

Building quality and responsive apps can increase the customer interaction and provided greater advantages for the app development companies. Though many organizations develop the business apps for smart-devices, the impacting apps can influence the customer’s mind.

People find it better to access all necessary information and have some fun with apps. Subscription to apps is also a greater source of generating revenue for your businesses. Gaining reputation by increasing the brand’s visibility can find a place in markets to get a good frame over your competitors.

If you are considering a career in the mobile app industry. It’s no secret that apps have only gained popularity. Smartphone usage has only gone up, and it will continue to rise. Companies, organizations, and educational institutions are all resorting to apps to improve their accessibility and customer relations, and someone has to create those apps through collaboration. If you want to be the one to do that, there’re a few things you should know before you consider app development your primary career.

Jobs in Mobile App Development

Both large and small enterprises are constantly hiring for app development. If you don’t secure yourself entirely to one parent brand and absorb the needs of their individual companies, you can always look on places like Gumtree for trial jobs. Especially, in the beginning, you’ll want to apply your skills to budget jobs so you’ll have something to show in your portfolio. So as you gain experience, you’ll be able to move up the ladder by investigating corporate websites for companies that are looking to create or improve apps.

Mobile app development can be stressful, but experienced and dedicated developers will get back way more than what they put in. Take your education seriously and get plenty of practice before you shoot for the stars, and don’t forget to create yourself a portfolio website to showcase your accomplishments.