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That the phone you carry has more computing power than the computers used for the Apollo 11 moon landing?

The Apollo computers had only 0.004 MB of RAM memory, while your phone probably has about 4 GB of RAM. That’s about million times more RAM memory!

The Apollo computers had a processor that ran at 0.043 MHz, while your phone is probably running at a capacity 100,000 times more powerful than the computers that took Neil Armstrong to the moon!

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Did you know the first smartphone was launched in 1992? Since then humans and mobile phones are like a match made in heaven!

Today, mobile technology is second nature to us. We can flip through apps in microseconds and type without looking at the keyboard on the screen; but some people really excel at it.

Sonja Kristiansen from Norway holds a Guinness World Record for texting the following message in 37.28 seconds: “The razor-toothed piranhas of the general Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world. In reality, they seldom attack a human.”

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Whether you are looking for your next smartphone, or are tired of your previous brand and want to try something new, Android offers the most options for everyone, unlike Apple and their rigid iPhone releases once per year. These are some of this year’s most sought-after smartphones:

  • One-handed use: Those looking for a small and handy option should definitely get the Galaxy S10e. This smartphone is sleek in size, with a 5.8-inch display with 2220 x 1080 resolution, and features an all-day intelligent battery.

  • On a Budget: The Moto G Power is one of the best budget phones for this year. It has a decent camera, runs pretty smoothly and features a battery that can last up to three days on a single charge.

  • Internal Storage and Display: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ has a massive internal memory up to 1TB and features a Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED display in its 6.8 case. Users will also be able to charge the battery for several hours with just a 30-minute charge

  • Audio quality: If you love listening to your favorite Spotify playlist in the best quality possible, the LG V60 5G ThinQ features LG’s excellent 32-bit DAC for audiophile-grade music playback, delivering a listening experience that can rival dedicated hi-fi audio players.

  • Overall value: The Google Pixel 3a has a 12.2MP rear-facing camera, an Octa-core (2.0GHz + 1.7GHz) and 4GB of RAM. The smartphone ensures 7 hours of use on just a 15-minute charge and a 5.6" Full HD+ (2220 x 1080) OLED touch screen.

With so many options, you can now choose your favorite option based on your most specific preferences and needs. So, take your time and think about your next smartphone wants. Literally, the world is your oyster when it comes to mobile phones!

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Blackberry refuses to let go of its famous physical keyboard even as we move into a new decade where touchscreen smartphones rule the market. OnwardMobility, who now own Blackberry’s smartphone division, are set to release a 5G mobile device later this year. This new smartphone will be launched in North America, Europe and Asia, and will feature the classic Blackberry keyboard and a suite of end-to-end security solutions.  

While not many details have been shared in terms of specs, the smartphone will launch in 2021 as per CEO Peter Franklin’s comments in August last year. OnwardMobility is also known to be working with Foxconn to ensure Blackberry’s strong secure communication services reputation is kept intact. This upcoming 5G Blackberry model is confirmed to run on the Android platform, and could target enterprises and government departments with the release of this new device. 

OnwardMobility took over Blackberry in 2020, after the smartphone manufacturer ended its partnership with TLC, and is looking to revive the brand with better capabilities than its recent predecessors. TLC’s BlackBerry phones had physical keyboards, too, but were not comfortable enough to type on - so this is a challenge that developers are trying to overcome: how to adapt Blackberry’s trademark QWERTY keyboard with today’s tall and narrow smartphone formats. 

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The appearance of the novel coronavirus has brought into worldwide attention the importance of keeping a clean phone free from germs, as it can easily become a transmitter of germs and infection. Most of health guidelines against the virus suggest keeping your hands clean and not touching your face, but actually your smartphone’s metal, glass or plastic surfaces can host the virus for up to 9 days!

  • First, don’t panic about it: Germs can be successfully eliminated by disinfecting a phone’s surface with an alcohol solution or wipes over its screen and nonporous exterior surfaces, avoiding getting moisture in any of the openings.

  • Most smartphones come with a microfiber cloth which most of us forget about after a couple of weeks of getting a new model. Remember to keep it and use it to wipe your gadget with a mix of 40/60 alcohol-to-water and slightly dampen the soft cloth in it.

  • If you’re using your phone to make constant calls, it means your face is more in contact with bacteria than you think. One way to avoid this is to use call-capable earbuds or earphones, which will keep your phone, and potentially harmful germs, safely away from your face.

  • Remember that washing your hands regularly with soap is still one of the most efficient ways to keep yourself - and your phone - free of germs. Also, try to keep your phone away from places like your kitchen sink, dinner table and your bathroom - we’re serious, don’t take your phone to the bathroom with you!

  • Ensure your phone is germ-free just as you would your hands and face. Time to clean it from the outside as often as possible and make your device a place where viruses and bacteria won’t want to grow. Do you keep your phone as clean on the outside as you do on the inside? Food for thought!