The mother of all data-sharing apps is finally here. Many data sharing apps are limited by the data ceiling being imposed on them or even the speed being limited. With the SHAREit app now the new normal in terms of connectivity and data sharing, these problems will now be put at rest. The new SHAREit app is also useful in connecting to locally available wireless networks while not partaking of any internet data in the process. The SHAREit for Windows app has been developed by global tech giant Lenovo.
The new SHAREit app has some very helpful and effective features. One of the first ones we begin with her is the ability to use ad hoc wireless networks to send and receive data. This feature does not enlist the usage of any pre-existing network or Wi-Fi infrastructure to do what it does best. Such ad-hoc networks are also very helpful when it comes to transferring data over two devices. One of the main impediments of this feature is the fact that the SHAREit app may not be as secure as we would like it to be. The other problem with this feature is that it may not support the HTTPS application which could also result in security vulnerabilities.
Trusted sources also suggest that the SHAREit app does not lag in speed like Bluetooth and are much faster. The official website states with some pride that it is an astonishing 200 times faster than Bluetooth with an average high speed of 20MB/s. Users can hence all of their original files without compromising on either quality or speed.
Our next SHAREit feature that we love is that it supports a cross-platform transfer of files. Any user can, with some degree of technical skill or prowess, can thus send files back and forth from either Android & iOS platforms to the Windows Phone operating system or even desktop OS like Windows XP or Windows 7 and above. Such cross functionality is unheard of, given how zealous developers are over their own platforms.
The next SHAREit feature on our menu is the fact that it can act as a platform between the PC and our mobile devices. Simply use the SHAREit app to transfer the data over the wireless networks and you are done. You can thus easily transfer files between the two mobile and fixed devices. The user can also view and play music and photos on the compi=uter via the aid of the smartphone with the SHAREit app installed. One of the unique features we love is the fact that the user can create better powerpoint presentations directly over the phone with the app installed. Say hello to your office or classrooms with the app.
The last point on our list of features is that the SHAREit app also has a feature called CLONEit, which can easily help you to replicate your old contacts from one phone to another. It helps you migrate better and faster as well. You can also replicate SMS and MMS messages as well.
The new Mi 6, the latest offering from the house of Xiaomi, will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the latest and the most powerful processor currently available. Launched very recently at the Consumer Electronics Show at Las Vegas, the new System on Chip is an excellent processor, and is rated to be the best such device there is. The manufacturers have stated in public that the new SoC will boost performance by 27% and consume 40% lesser power as compared to the preceding chipsets including the Snapdragon 820. The new SoC will also boast of the latest fourth generation Quick Charge feature, which can top up 80% of the charge in just 30 minutes of charging.
Xiaomi’s major rivals like Samsung, LG and HTC will launch the Galaxy S8, the G6 and the HTC 11 respectively this year and all of them will be launched this year. The Chinese smartphone major is said to be the world’s 4th major smartphone supplier. The new smartphone will look to take the mobile phone market by storm once released. We cannot honestly state that we know the release date just yet but we can confirm that several reports have indicated that the Xiaomi Mi 6 will launch sooner than its rivals, enabling it to carve its niche out before the bigger giants jump in the fray.
The news reports come even as indiders reveal that the supply chain of the Snapdragon 835 has seen repeated bottlenecking. This has forced many manufacturers to either postpone their launches or have migrated to other chipsets, including previous Snapdragon models. We know that Samsung is the manufacturing partner of the 10nM FinFET process produced chipset, introducing this new technology for the first time for mass production. However, now that Xiaomi has been rumoured to have received the new technology, we believe that the procurement process may have been decongested. Besides, Samsung will look to recover after the Galaxy 7 series proved to be a major source of embarrassment due to reports of explosions and other fiascos.
We have also been receiving news that the new Mi 6 line of smartphones will have three separate types of processors, thus fueling speculation that three differing variants of the phone could be made available when launched. These three different types are the Exynos or the MediaTek processor, Xiaomi’s own in-house ‘Pinecone’ processors and of course the Snapdragon 835 processors. Some reports suggest that these three models will have different naming systems and are the Mi 6E, the Mi 6P and the Mi 6S respectively.
In related news, the Korean giant Samsung is said to have pushed the much-hyped Galaxy S8 to the month of April. The Xiaomi Mi 6 is however slated to launch at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, to be held between the February 27 and March 2. The Mobile World Congress is known globally for hosting all the best phones around the world and Xiaomi may have chosen the perfect venue to unveil its long-awaited successor to the Mi 5.
With the ongoing competition in the market where companies like Samsung and Apple are going head to head in terms of bringing out the best model, LG is not stepping backwards with it. With its latest LG G6 we hear that it has included features that are going to be tough in terms of the competition. Rumors are something that is swarming around and we are curious to know what is in store for us when the smart phone is going to hit the stores next April. LG G5 was released on 2016 and somehow it did not meet up to the expectation of the customers with its idea of modular hardware as add-ons to a smart phone were there, but sadly the implantation was not. Thus LG is planning to make sure that the LG G6 does meet up to the expectation. Let us have a look at the features that LG G6 is going to have.
Firstly LG G6 will finally have a non removal battery, which seems to be a bold step for LG considering the last production did not meet up to the expectation. Along with this it plans to have a different hardware design. The smart phone will feature a mix of metal and glass materials, more like the all glass body done by Samsung for the latest Galaxy S8. Lastly, LG is to keep the headphone jack on the G6, opposite of what Apple has done and Samsung is to do for the Galaxy S8. This will make it even more desirable considering the fact that Apple and Samsung have planned to do away with the feature. Other than that there would be the feature of wireless charging that is yet another interesting feature for the new model.
The LG G6 is expected to be announced either at Mobile World Congress in February 2017,or through social media we will be swimming in the pool of rumors. For now, we have to take all rumors and wait for the official release of the LG G6. Meeting up to the standards set by the last model LG G6 is suppose to have features that would make it worth the amount charged for. Thus, till the release of the Smartphone in the market all we can do is wait till we can get our hands on it.