The feature phone segment is not hot anymore, but that doesn't mean there are not enough options for people on a budget. Here are some quality options for less than Rs 5,000.
If I asked you which phone is Motorola’s best selling phone of all time, you would probably answer with the Moto X. You would be wrong as it is the Moto G, which is a budget phone. Budget phones are generally laughed at, but they happen to part of the fastest growing segment.
So according to the MetroPCS website, the LG Optimus F6 is the ONLY phone that offers 4GLTE that doesn't cost a ridiculous amount. https://www.metropcs.com/content/metro/en/desktop/metro/phones/feature-4G%20LTE.html?intl_camp=phones|phones-bspot-1|Q3-4G-LTE
This seems weird for some reason. Is this true? Are there any discontinued models?
First of all, I am all for options and I love how Android presents that like no other, but...
Those options are quickly fading for the power users that most people on this website fall into in my opinion. Its starting to seem like there can't be a new flagship device launched if it doesn't have a bigger screen and thinner than every other phone out there.
Need to boost your streaming quality when using the YouTube application? Or even lower the streaming quality? Now you can. The YouTube app now lets you choose exactly what resolution to stream content in. From the start, all devices are set to ‘Auto’ with other options sitting behind the scenes (or the cog within the app). There were a few options already but it topped out at 720p.
I'm trying to convert an avi raw video file to ogg with avconv.
The quality was very poor, so I tried different paramenters like q:v or setting another bitrate.
Unfortunately, there are still colors missing in black parts of my video and I couldn't really see any changes in the video when changing the options values.
Obviously I don't really understand all the options....
Coming from a long line of Sony phones, I recently bought a locally-made (PH) phone in hopes of getting more bang for the buck.
The device's name is STARMOBILE UP. It is relatively new so I can't seem to find answers to my problem.
I know this may seem an odd question seeing as most people rarely actually use a phone as a "phone" anymore but... how is the CALL QUALITY of the Cricket branded Motorola Moto G? AT&T's network here where I am is strong but phones do vary and call quality is still important to me.