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How to Take a Screenshot on Sony Xperia Z Ultra

As a company that initially fell behind its competition on the global smartphone market, Sony made somewhat of a major comeback with some of its latest Xperia series devices, retaking the spot in the big league along with Samsung, HTC and rest of the android titans.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra comes as the company’s latest phablet. Described as “the world’s slimmest Full HD smartphone,” the device dropped in early July 2013 and saw he manufacturer further garnering wider crowds. Read More

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How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Note 3

Samsung Note 3 represents one of the company’s key 2013 products. Aimed to take over the competitive phablet domain, the device was unveiled at a press conference in Berlin on September 4, 2013. Bringing in each of the manufacturer’s renowned cleaver features, the device was bound to garner a solid following from the very start.

Apart from a slick design, Note 3 packs a heavy punch with its hardware as well. The device features a 1.9 GHz octa-core central processing unit, along with 3 GB of LPDDR 3 memory and 32 or 64 GB of flash memory space. Read More

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How to Take a Screenshot on iPhone 5s

As Apple’s latest flagship device, iPhone 5S saw its initial release in late September 2013. Featuring some of the company’s distinctive features, the device also dropped with a solid array of brand new options, further raising the bar.

Most notably, the Touch ID fingerprint recognition feature now allows access to the phone only through its owner’s fingerprint, setting new standards in smartphone security domain. When it comes to new software features, the company gave special attention to the new camera, allowing 120 fps video shoot, as well as slow motion capturing capability. Read More

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How to Take a Screenshot on LG Optimus 9

Proving that South Korean manufacturers definitely have a knack for producing cutting-edge devices, LG Optimus 9 smartphone was officially introduced and presented in late October 2012 as the company’s high quality domain representative. Read More

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How to Take a Screenshot on ZTE Blade 3

If an affordable middle class smartphone is what you are searching for, ZTE Blade 3 often stands out as one of the most prominent choices. Neat design, sturdy built and solid performances make the device well worth its value, earning the Chinese manufacturer a decent market share. Read More

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How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Note II

Lodged itself somewhere right in between the large smartphone and small tablet domain, Samsung Galaxy Note II initially saw its release in late September 2012, aiming at the customer niche requiring just what we’ve mentioned – a device bigger than your typical smartphone yet smaller than an average tablet. Read More

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How to Take a Screenshot on Motorola Droid Razr

Motorola Droid Razr dropped on the world’s smartphone market back in November 2011 as US manufacturer’s flagship device. Featuring a solid 1.2 GHz dual core processing unit and an 8 MP rear camera, the phone found its way to the users, making the already competitive market even more hectic. Read More

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How to Take a Screenshot on HTC One X

 Widely recognized as the company’s flagship phone of 2012, HTC One X is also known as the predecessor of the possibly the strongest smartphone on today’s market, the HTC One. The One X model dropped worldwide during April 2012, featuring a nifty set of performances based around a powerful 1.5 GHz quad core processing unit. Read More

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How to Take a Screenshot on Windows Phone 8

Windows Phone 8 dropped into the world of mobile devices in late October 2012 as the second generation of Microsoft’s smartphone representatives and the company’s flagship operating system. Manufactured around the globe by HTC, Samsung, Huawei and Nokia, it managed to garner a solid crowd and a following of its own, earning a rightful spot in the big league. Read More

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How to Take a Screenshot on Nexus 4

As Google’s most advanced smartphone at the moment, Nexus 4, or Mako as it is also known saw its release back in November 2012 as the company’s flagship product for the highly competitive smartphone market. Read More