All camera users, even beginners, will be able to capture amazing images and movies with this DSLR camera, which is equipped with a 24.1-megapixel APS-C-size CMOS sensor and an optical viewfinder for an authentic DSLR shooting experience. Capturing sharp images is easy thanks to the fast, accurate AF and the large grip that provides a firm, steady hold on the camera. Built-in Wi-Fi / NFC connectivity enables the seamless upload of photos and videos to social media.
Beautiful, high-resolution images with the 24.1 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor & DIGIC 4+ image processor
Large 24.1-megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor, on par with those on Canon’s DSLRs for advanced users, captures abundant light information, which is processed by the fast DIGIC 4+ image processor to produce high-quality images with beautiful color gradations. Even shots taken in low-light at a high ISO speed are clear with minimal noise. The large sensor size also contributes to the ability to achieve the shallow depth-of-field necessary for creating images with smooth background blur.he l
A myriad of possibilities for creative expression
Users can choose their favorite style of shooting: Through the optical viewfinder, which has quick, precise viewfinder AF; or in Live View mode on the large, 3.0-inch LCD screen to easily fine-tune composition and framing. In addition to 5 Creative filter effects, the “Shoot by ambience” selection provides another way to create images with the mood and feel that you envision.
Wi-Fi / NFC-Easy pairing with smartphones, printers and other devices
Pair your camera and smartphone via Wi-Fi / NFC and the Camera Connect App, and you can easily use your smartphone to browse, save and upload your camera images to social media, or to carry out remote shooting-great for self-portraits and group photos. You can also wirelessly transfer files to printers and other cameras through direct pairing, or to TV sets via the Connect Station CS100.
The big screen that fits in your hand. Infinity Display.
The innovation of the Galaxy Note8’s design makes possible the 16.05cm (6.3″) Infinity Display. It’s the biggest ever for a Galaxy Note—giving you more screen for a bigger view and more space to use the S Pen. And it still fits comfortably in your hand because the symmetric curves and 18.5:9 aspect come together for a narrow body.
*Infinity Display: a near bezel-less, full-frontal glass, edge-to-edge screen.
*Default resolution is Full HD+ and can be changed to Quad HD+ (WQHD+) in Settings.
*Screen measured diagonally as a full rectangle without accounting for the rounded corners.
Even watching movies is simply more enjoyable with the Infinity Display’s 18.5:9 aspect ratio. In landscape mode, the Galaxy Note8 offers a 14% wider viewing area that makes for a richer, more immersive experience that pulls you in wherever you are.
*14% wider viewing area compared to Galaxy Note5.
Design that works
The Galaxy Note8 is designed for you to use with ease and simplicity. The beautiful curves and seamless body are engineered to offer you a comfortable grip and more space for you to write freely with the S Pen. The fingerprint scanner is virtually flush with the back, and the Home button is embedded underneath the Infinity Display to stay invisible until you need it. It’s the beginning of a seamless experience.
The big screen for bigger things
Launch two apps with a single tap
The 18.5:9 aspect ratio was made for multitasking. Turn on Multi Window mode to have two apps open at the same time. And for those two apps that you use together, App Pairing presets let you open them simultaneously with a tap. Now it’s simpler than ever to listen to music as you find your way or read reviews as you shop.
*Simulated images used onscreen for illustrative purposes.
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Optimized for lists
View more, scroll less
Whether you’re going through your social media feed or writing a recipe in Samsung Notes, you see more and do more with less scrolling on the 18.5:9 display ratio.
*All specifications and descriptions provided herein may be different from the actual specifications and descriptions for the product. Samsung reserves the right to make changes to this document and the product described herein, at anytime, without obligation on Samsung to provide notification of such change. All functionality, features, specifications, GUI and other product information provided in this document including, but not limited to, the benefits, design, pricing, components, performance, availability, and capabilities of the product are subject to change without notice or obligation. The contents within the screen are simulated images and are for demonstration purposes only.
Images shown here are for representational purpose only, actual may vary. All features, specifications and prices are subject to change without prior notice. Model availability may vary from location to location.
Apple watch series 3 is the latest apple watch here are some videos of apple watch series 3 :-
Answer a call from your surfboard. Ask Siri to send a message. Stream your favorite songs on your run. And do it all while leaving your phone behind. Introducing Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular. Now you have the freedom to go with just your watch.1
iPhone X is a smartphone designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc. It was announced on September 12, 2017, alongside the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus at the Steve Jobs Theater in the Apple Park campus. The phone was released on November 3, 2017. Wikipedia
The iPhone X was a huge gamble from Apple, but one that really paid off. Losing the home button and altering the design was a dangerous move, but one that was sorely needed after years of similarity and the premium design, extra power, all-screen front mix together to create – by far – the best iPhone Apple’s ever made. It’s impossible to give a perfect score to something that costs this much – but this is the closest to smartphone perfection Apple has ever got.
Apple itself is calling it the future of the smartphone, the embodiment of what it’s been trying to achieve for a decade. But while the iPhone X is all about premium parts and an all-new experience, it’s a huge gamble for the Cupertino brand too as it tries to reclaim some leadership in smartphone innovation.
Losing key, reliable elements like the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, the home button; introducing new methods of navigating and unlocking the phone – and charging a lot more for the privilege – seems risky for a company that was already treading new ground by doing away with the traditional headphone jack last year.
But the iPhone X is the handset we’ve been demanding from Apple for years – a world away from the increasingly-tired designs that those who just want a new iPhone have had to make do with.
Watch our review the of the iPhone X’s design below.
The fervor around this phone tells that story – everyone wants to know if the new iPhone X is worth having, partly because it actually represents a newiPhone, and that fervor is such that they don’t seem to care about the cost.
So… is the iPhone X worth having? Will it change the direction of an industry where many of the specs Apple has put in – wireless charging, bezel-less displays and face recognition – are already on the market?
Can Apple put all this together in the way that just works, and create the greatest iPhone of all time?
IPHONE X SPECS
Weight: 174g Dimensions: 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm OS: iOS 11 Screen size: 5.8-inch Screen Resolution: 1125×2436 CPU: A11 Bionic RAM: 3GB* Storage: 64GB / 256GB Battery: 2716mAh* Rear camera: 12MP+12MP (both OIS) Front camera: 7MP
If you want to buy the iPhone X you can already pre-order it – the window for doing so opened on October 27. We mention that because while the iPhone X release date was November 3, stock it still rather limited. However, we’re seeing more available than anticipated, despite rumors of the phone selling well, so if you want one it shouldn’t be too long before you can get your hands on one.
By far the best screen on an iPhone
Clear, vibrant colors
Notch at top slightly irks, but doesn’t get in the way
The first thing you’ll notice about the new iPhone is hard to miss: the new screen blazes into your eyes the second you pick up the handset.
The 5.8-inch OLED display is, quite simply, the best thing Apple has ever crammed into an iPhone. It’s leaps ahead of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus for so many reasons: the sharpness, the quality, the fact that it fills the whole front of the phone, and the color reproduction.
It’s also using a new, longer, screen, but while it looks larger than the iPhone 8 Plus’ 5.5-inch display on paper, it’s only marginally bigger in terms of actual screen real estate – it’s just stretched upwards.
OLED technology means you’re getting deeper blacks and more blinding whites, so everything from websites to the photos you take will look a little better.
Some will point to the fact that Samsung has been using OLED screens on its phones since the first Galaxy, but Apple counters that by saying it’s only now that the technology is good enough for its phones.
On the face of it that sounds defensive, but when you use the iPhone X you can see it’s a screen that’s incredibly, well, Apple.
It’s not the sharpest or most colorful screen on a smartphone, but it’s clean, crisp and doesn’t suffer from terrible color shifts when you move it around. It’s a great display to look at, and that’s what you want on a phone.
It’s also been dubbed the best in the world, by the esteemed DisplayMate testing, showing that it’s the brightest and more color-accurate OLED on the market and good off-centre brightness shifts – showing Apple can tune the tech from Samsung really well.
The term ‘bezel-less’ has been bandied about for the iPhone X, but that doesn’t really tell the right story. Yes, there are slight bands around the edges of the screen, but they don’t mar the experience – they give the fingers something to land on, preventing accidental touches of the screen.
Apple could reduce these further in the future and offer a more visually-appealing iPhone, but on the X the experience is still striking.
Talking of visual appeal, the notch at the top of the iPhone X is something that’s going to divide opinion, and that’s fair. Apple has taken this little chunk out of the top of the screen to house the new TrueDepth camera, and it encroaches on the display.
In portrait mode it’s hard to notice it’s there, and the way the notifications bar spills around it is nice.
However, place the phone in landscape mode and it’s far more noticeable; it’s an irritant when you’re watching movies, as when we wanted to expand them to fill the screen (one of the real beauties of having a longer display) elements of the action were cut out by the notch.
The longer screen is also thinner though – this means there’s less real estate for typing. We didn’t notice this at the start, but when flipping between the X and an older iPhone, you’ll really see there’s less space for your digits to tap onto.
While we’re talking about that longer screen, the 18:9 format is something we’ve seen on a number of other phones this year, and in the Android world the apps are largely encoded to fill the display just fine.
On the iPhone X, however, that’s not the case, with many apps we used packing massive black bars above and below the display. That’s quickly started to improve though, and each day more apps update for the longer screen.
The issue with apps using the black bars is that it makes the iPhone X look like any other handset from Apple – even an iPhone 3GS – and given the screen is the main visual differentiator on this phone, and you want every app to fill the display nicely, so it’s good many developers are getting their act together and making an X-friendly version of their wares.
Oddly, Google is one of the big hold outs, with Maps, Mail and Keep (among others) still not updated. We would have expected the search giant to get cracking on improving its apps as the iPhone is such a big market for it.
The new display on the iPhone X also showcases a new feature for Apple: HDR playback. The phone can show movies encoded in the HDR10 and Dolby Vision formats, and combined with the OLED display the images offer so much more depth and realistic color reproduction.
If you’re watching a scene with explosions in it, the effect is incredible on the iPhone X – much like with all OLED screens.
However, it’s inherently harder to make out detail in darker scenes in HDR movies – that’s something you’ll need to adjust to.
Compared to the LCD screen of the iPhone 8 Plus, there are times when you can see less of the action, but compare them side by side and you’ll see that the overall richness, depth and quality for watching movies is just higher on the iPhone X.
Like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, the X uses a True Tone display, which mimics the lighting conditions around it and will adjust the white balance accordingly. It’s not a reason to buy the phone on its own, but it’s a really premium little extra that you’ll grow to like.
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Hyundai has reintroduced the 1.4-litre petrol engine with new Verna and discontinued the E and EX (manual) variants of the 1.6-litre petrol manual. With this addition, the base price of the fifth-gen Verna has come down from Rs 7.99 lakh (1.6-litre petrol) to Rs 7.79 lakh (all prices ex-showroom New Delhi). Check out the details here.
The fifth-gen Hyundai Verna is priced in the range of Rs 7.79 lakh – 12.87 lakh (ex-showroom New Delhi). The Verna delivers a claimed mileage of 17.70kmpl for the petrol (1.6-litre) manual variants and 24.75kmpl for the diesel manual variant; petrol (1.6-litre) and diesel automatic variants are rated at 15.92kmpl and 21.02kmpl, respectively. To know which variants suit your needs, have a look at our Hyundai Verna Variants Explained Video.
Standout features of the new Verna include leather upholstery, climate control, projector headlamps with LED daytime running lights (DRLs) and sunroof, among others. The Honda City is the only other sedan in the segment that offers a sunroof. In terms of safety, all models get dual airbags and ABS as standard, while the top-end SX(O) variants get 6 airbags.
The third-gen Verna competes with the Honda City, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Volkswagen Vento, Skoda Rapid. Have a look at the variant wise comparison video of its rivals – Verna vs Ciaz vs City
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The new Verna’s standard safety kit includes dual front airbags, ABS and ISOFIX. Top-end variant gets 6 airbags.
The new Verna offers premium build quality. Plastics and materials continue to set the benchmarks we expect from Hyundai.
Unsurprisingly, the Hyundai Verna is feature loaded – Touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple Carplay, sunroof, ventilated seats, hands-free boot release.
Comfortable ride. The 2017 Verna stays stable as speeds pickup and through corners as well.
The 2017 Verna’s petrol and diesel engines offer easy driveability and good refinement. 6-speed AT available with both engines.
Things We Don’t Like in Verna
The Hyundai Verna diesel AT is unavailable in range-topping SX (O) grade.
Premium as the new Verna’s interior is, its cabin design is a bit bland and lacks excitement.
The rear row in the new Verna doesn’t impress. Average rear seat headroom and legroom for the size.
The standout features of the 2017 Verna are limited to the top-end variants. Base grade doesn’t even get a head-unit or speakers.
Stand Out Features
Like the Elantra, the 2017 Hyundai Verna gets the hands-free boot access feature that allows easy boot access when your hands are full of luggage.
The electric sunroof makes the 2017 Verna feel airier. Also useful to dissipate heat in the summer.
Apart from projector headlights, the 2017 Hyundai Verna gets projector fog lights that improve low-level visibility through fog/mist/rains.
The new Verna is the only car in the segment to get ventilated front seats that help keep your back cool in our hot climate. No more sweat stains!
Opt for the SX or SX (O) variants and the 2017 Hyundai Verna gets a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink connectivity
With a range from Rs 7.99 – 12.39 lakh the new Hyundai Verna has been priced very competitively, matching the diesel prices of the Maruti Ciaz and undercutting the Honda City entirely. Its feature set is likely to lure more people as it tops the electric sunroof with new segment-firsts like the hands-free boot lid and the air-cooled front seats. In this new avatar Hyundai has brought a refreshing maturity to the design of the 2017 Verna.
“”The new dynamics have now found a great balance between good handling and great ride quality, solving one of the major gripes we had with the old car.””
The new dynamics have now found a great balance between good handling and great ride quality, solving one of the major gripes we had with the old car. The three year/unlimited kilometre warranty also makes it a very sensible purchase. The new Verna’s one serious stumbling block, is the lack of room in the rear and will make it far from ideal for users who are looking at spending most of their time in the backseat. But even so, the 2017 Hyundai Verna seems perfectly poised to make mid-size sedan car-buyers head to Hyundai showrooms before signing on the dotted line.
Ford Mustang. The Ford Mustang is an American car manufactured by Ford. … Introduced early on April 17, 1964 (16 days after the Plymouth Barracuda), and thus dubbed as a “1964½” by Mustang fans, the 1965Mustang was the automaker’s most successful launch since the Model A.
We drive the new 2016 Ford Mustang GT ahead of its launch later this year in India. Read More
Ford Mustang Key Features
Ford Mustang Specifications
Minimum Turning Radius
No. Of Doors
WHEELS & TYRES
Ford Mustang Features
Safety & Security features
Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
Electronic Stability Program
Child Safety Lock
Power Door Lock
Turn Indicators On ORVM
Rain Sensing Wipers
Headlamp Beam Adjuster
Rear View Camera
Selectable Drive Modes
Comfort & Convenience
Steering Mounted Audio
Power Outlets 12V
Rear Parking Sensor
Rear Parking Camera
Electrically Adjustable Rear View Mirror
Push Start Stop Button
Height Adjustable Driver Seat
Front Cup Holders
Keyless Entry & Push-Button Start
6-Speed SelectShift with Paddle Shifters
Front Fog Lamps
Rear Fog Lamps
Instrumentation & Communication
Distance To Empty
Average Fuel Efficiency Indicator
Seat Belt Warning
Low Fuel Warning
Door Ajar Warning
SYNC-2 Connectivity System
Ford Mustang Photos & Videos
Ford Mustang Preview
Previewed ahead of 2016 Auto Expo, Ford’s iconic car Mustang is now available in India in the hard top GT-coupe version. Currently in its sixth generation, Mustang uses a mighty 5.0 litre, V8 petrol engine mated to a six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission. The retro inspired exterior styling and the large snug cabin with plethora advanced features make for a laudable car.
Ford India has added the iconic Mustang to its product portfolio, priced at Rs 65 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The hard top GT-coupe houses the high capacity 5.0 litre, V8 petrol engine churning out 395bhp of maximum power and 515Nm of top torque. The drive is transmitted to rear wheels via a six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission with steering mounted paddle shifters. The new Mustang offers four driving modes-Normal, Sport+, Track and Snow/Wet. On the outside, Mustang features projector headlamps with LED DRLs, wide trapezoidal grille, LED tail lamps, ORVMs with ‘Pony’ projection puddle lamp and 19 inch Magnetic Gloss paint machined aluminium wheels. The all black interior packs in heated/cooled seats, 8-inchtouchscreen infotainment system with Ford SYNK2 with voice control, dual zone HVAC system, adaptive cruise control and reversing camera to name a few.
Ford Mustang Exterior
The sixth generation Mustang retains its brawny looks and the muscular styling. In the front, it features sharp projector headlamps with LED daytime running lights and a trapezoidal grille along with large central air-dam creates hexagonal shape. Other beefy elements that add more muscle to the car are slopping coupe-like roof line, 19 inch Magnetic Gloss paint machined aluminium wheels, sloped windshield and rear glass.
Ford Mustang Interior
Step inside the cabin to be greeted by the snug cabin coloured in single tome black colour scheme and heated/cooled leather accented seats. With well-spaced seats for four adults, it comes packed with plethora of features a touchscreen infotainment system, adaptive cruise control and dual-zone HVAC system etc.
Ford Mustang Engine Specifications & Transmission
Power is sourced from the high capacity 5.0 litre, V8 petrol engine belting out towering power of 395.5bhp and 515Nm of torque. Offering top speed of 250km/h, the engine comes mated to a six-speed SelectShift autobox.
5.0 litre V8 Ti-VCT Petrol
401 bhp @ 6500 rpm
515 Nm @ 4250 rpm
6-Speed SelectShift with Paddle Shifters
Ford Mustang Features
On the outside it sports HID headlamps, daytime running lights, LED tail lamps, front fog lamps, rear diffuser, pony projection puddle lamp, power operated & retractable ORVMs and several others.
Ford Mustang Performance & Mileage
Fuel economy for Mustang is rated at 11.80km/l under standard conditions. The detuned 5.0 litre V8 petrol engine abides by the Indian norms and offers great performance.
Ford Mustang Accessories & Infotainment
An 8.0 inch colour touchscreen sits on the console. It also gets an integrated audio system with single CD player, AM/FM back glass mounted antenna Bluetooth & voice control, SYNC 2 and trip meter.
Ford Mustang Braking & Handling
Ford Mustang uses disc brakes at front axle and rear axle to speed. To keep it poised on the road, it gets double ball joint MacPherson Strut stabilizers in front and coil springs stabilizers at back.
Ford Mustang Safety & Security
When it comes to safety, this car has a lot to offer including features such as multiple airbags, For MyKey, ABS, seatbelt reminder system, ISOFIX child seat anchorage points, reverse sensing system, reverse parking system, steering mounted cruise controls, pull-drift compensation and front seatbelt pretensioners. Other than the above mentioned provisions, it also gets passive anti-theft system, engine immobilizer, intelligent access with push button start and perimetric alarm.
Ford Mustang Comfort & Convenience
To make the cabin snugger is sports duall zone auto temperature control AC, heated/cooled front seats, 6-way adjustable driver’s seat, lumbar adjust for driver & passenger, power windows with one touch up/down for driver & co-passenger, 4-way adjustable front head restraints, 6-way adjustable passenger seat, locking central console bin and 12V outlet.
Ford Mustang Wheels & Tyres
It gets large racial tubeless tyres that are equipped with the 19 inch Magnetic Gloss paint machined aluminium wheels.
Ford Mustang Competition
In India, the iconic pony car collides head on with the super luxurious Audi TT.
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