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    Primeiras impressões do Pixel 2, Pixelbook e Home

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    Everyone needs a helping hand sometimes. Enter the Google Assistant, which is conversational, personal and helps you get things done—from telling you about your day to taking a selfie. The Assistant is already available on Pixel, Google Home, Google Allo and Android Wear. Now we're bringing it to even more people. Starting this week, the Google Assistant is coming to smartphones running Android 7.0 Nougat and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

    Whether you need to know how to say “nice to meet you” in Korean or just a simple reminder to do laundry when you get home, your Assistant can help. With the Google Assistant on Android phones, you have your own personal, helpful Google right in your pocket.
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    The Google Assistant on the Samsung Galaxy S7, LG V20 and HTC 10.
    And here are a few other things to try out—just long press on the Home button or say “Ok Google” to get started:

    • What’s my confirmation number for my London flight?
    • Take me to Museu Picasso.
    • Show my photos of sunsets in Tahoe.
    • Do I need an umbrella today?
    • Turn on the living room lights.

    The Google Assistant will begin rolling out this week to English users in the U.S., followed by English in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom, as well as German speakers in Germany. We’ll continue to add more languages over the coming year.

    The Google Assistant will automatically come to eligible Android phones running Nougat and Marshmallow with Google Play Services. You'll also see the Google Assistant on some newly announced partner devices, including the LG G6.

    If you happen to be in Barcelona, Spain at the mobile industry’s largest trade show Mobile World Congress this week, stop by the Android Global Village to try out the Google Assistant across a number of Android partner phones, including HTC, Huawei, Samsung and Sony.

    Our goal is to make the Assistant available anywhere you need it. It came to Android Wear 2.0—via new smartwatches—just a few weeks ago and, as we previewed in January, the Assistant is also coming to TVs and cars. With this update, hundreds of millions of Android users will now be able to try out the Google Assistant. What will you ask first?

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    BlackBerry has forged a partnership with TCL to push its Android hardware forward. We've seen a few phones come out of this association so far, but they've been recycled Alcatel designs. The KEYone is all new and all BlackBerry. This phone was pre-announced as the Mercury, but now it's official and coming to the US and Canada in "early Q2" and elsewhere shortly thereafter.

    Here are the specs for BlackBerry's latest smartphone. We don't have all the details yet, but these are the basics.
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    The centerpiece of the KEYone is the BlackBerry-style keyboard, which takes up the bottom of the device. That's why it has a smaller screen with an odd resolution (it's a 3:2 ratio). The keyboard will certainly make some BB fans happy, and it's backlit, which is neat. BlackBerry says the keyboard actually gives you more overall space when inputting text than you'd have on a standard 5.5-inch smartphone with an on-screen keyboard. There's also a fingerprint sensor built into the space bar, which is super-clever.

    The KEYone will launch with Android 7.1.1 and BlackBerry's light customizations. The UI will be mostly stock. It includes the DTEK security monitoring suite, as well as the Hub apps. The device will also support custom app shortcuts triggered by the keyboard. For example, you could launch Maps by pressing M on the keyboard.

    The KEYone will sell unlocked for $549. That's maybe a little high, but you don't have a lot of options for phones with a keyboard. There will also be some carrier deals, but no details on that are available right now.

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    Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona has begun, and manufacturers are releasing new tech left and right. This year, Motorola/Lenovo brought along the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus, which make some pretty significant changes over their predecessors, mostly for the better.
    Let's start off with the smaller, lower-end Moto G5. The first thing to take notice of is the new aluminum body, a big departure from the G4 and G4 Plus's plastic constructions. That aluminum body (which is available in Lunar Gray and Fine Gold, by the way) measures in at 144.3mm tall, 73mm wide, and 9.5mm thick - a bit chunky, but nothing unmanageable. Motorola's signature water-repellent nano-coating is present, as is a fingerprint sensor up front, which wasn't on the Moto G4. Like the G4, though, the speaker shares a space with the earpiece on the top. And yes, there's still a 3.5mm headphone jack.
    Up front, there's a 5.0-inch LCD 1080p display with 441ppi, which is as good as it gets for a budget-oriented smartphone. That display is topped with Gorilla Glass 3. The phone also features a 1.4GHz Snapdragon 430 octa-core processor, 2 or 3GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage with microSD slot (the omission of a 32GB option is odd). These specs, along with a stock-like build of Android, should make the G5 one of the quicker phones in its price range. However, it should be noted that there is no 802.11ac WiFi present.

    The G5 sports a 13MP camera with f/2.0 aperture and PDAF (phase detect autofocus). Motorola seems pretty proud of it, despite the fact that it's only capable of shooting 1080p video at 30fps. Also notable is Professional Mode, which appears to be Motorola's name for manual mode. The front-facing camera is a 5MP wide-angle unit with an f/2.2 aperture.

    Powering all this is a sizable 2800mAh battery with Motorola's rapid charging. In fact, a 10W rapid charger is included in the box. Unfortunately, Motorola has decided to stick with a microUSB port, likely owing to the phone's budget nature. There's also no NFC, which is pretty frustrating for a 2017 device.
    Moving onto the more premium G5 Plus, this phone features the same metal construction as the G5 with the same two color choices. Dimensions measure in at 150.2mm tall, 74mm wide, and 9.7mm thick. And yes, there's a 3.5mm headphone jack here too.
    The Plus has a 5.2-inch 1080p display with 424ppi that also has Gorilla Glass 3. Moving things along inside is a 2.0GHz Snapdragon 625 octa-core chip, 2GB or 4GB of RAM, 32GB of 64GB of internal storage and a microSD slot. Like the G5, the G5 Plus also doesn't have ac WiFi.
    Camera-wise, Motorola seems to have actually done a decent job. The main shooter is a 12MP unit with an f/1.7 aperture and "Dual Autofocus Pixels," which reportedly allow the camera to focus 60% more quickly than the G4 Plus. Professional (manual) Mode is here as well, and the phone will shoot 4K 30fps video. The selfie cam is the same 5MP f/2.2 unit as the G5's.

    There's a 3000mAh battery inside, as well as TurboPower, which interestingly isn't branded as such on the G5. Again, there's a microUSB connector and no NFC (edit: it appears that the G5 Plus will have NFC in some regions, but not the US), both of which are pretty disappointing for a phone that otherwise sounds pretty nice. The phone is also universally unlocked, with compatibility for all four major US carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint), as well as Consumer Cellular.
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    Both phones feature Android 7.0 Nougat, which is the bare minimum for any phone launching right now. In typical Moto fashion, there are some pretty cool enhancements onboard, including the screen-off fingerprint sensor long-press that we saw on the Moto Z and G4, Moto Display, and Moto Actions. Also notable is the G5 Plus's One Button Nav, which apparently allows you to navigate through screens with the fingerprint sensor. Oh, and Google Assistant has made its way to both devices.

    The Moto G5 will not be available in the US, but it will start at €199 with 2GB RAM/16GB storage. The G5 Plus will be sold in the US at $229 for 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, and $279 for 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. Motorola says that both phones will be available beginning in March.


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    I have fond memories of Nokia, like many others, so I was excited to watch the Finnish firm's announcements today at MWC. The presentation started with more talk on the OZO 360° virtual reality camera, which was used to livestream everything to YouTube 360. Also of note was that Nokia is finalizing its purchase of Withings, the French connected devices company. Most importantly, however, were the phone announcements.

    The Nokia 6, formerly exclusive to China, is going global. We also saw the new Nokia 5, 3, and the relaunched, redesigned version of the fan favorite 3310.



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    Let's start with the familiar. The Nokia 6 represents Nokia's global "flagship" going forward. We saw it in China not too long ago, so there isn't much new here other than the worldwide availability. For a refresher, though, the phone packs a 5.5" FHD IPS display, a Snapdragon 430, 32GB of storage, 3GB of RAM, 16MP/8Mp cameras, micro USB, a fingerprint sensor, and dual speakers with a "smart amplifier" and Dolby Atmos. It comes in Matte Black, Silver, Tempered Blue, and Copper and will cost €229 (~$242 USD).

    However, to celebrate the global launch, there is a special "Arte Black" edition of the 6. Besides having a special piano black finish (which I can only imagine will be a fingerprint and dust magnet), this version of the phone comes with 64GB of storage and 4GB of RAM. This will cost a bit more than its less special brother at €299 (~$316 USD).


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    Next up is the more mid-range Nokia 5. Like its bigger cousin, the 5 is made from a single block of aluminium to create a high-end premium feel without a painful price. For specs, here's what you get:
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    As you can see, those are not the most exciting of specs, but what's on paper is not always indicative of real-life performance. The goal with the Nokia 5 is to achieve the attention to detail and the user experience that you might see in a flagship, but at more reasonable price. That claim remains to be seen, but you can get this phone for €189 (~$200 USD).


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    Finally, for Nokia's new Android line, we have the diminutive Nokia 3. This little guy carries with it the aluminium unibody that we saw with the 6 and 5, which is fantastic to see in a device of this caliber.

    Here are the specs:
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    So the baby of the group isn't all that exciting. I will save my judgement on this phone, but it's obviously aimed at a consumer that in no way resembles me or my tastes. I can respect that. The Nokia 3 will cost €139 (~$147 USD).
    Also announced at the event was Nokia's commitment to software. Each of these three phones will run a "pure, secure, and up-to-date" software experience, which means a clean, simple UI. All of them will come with Google Assistant and unlimited Photos storage, as well as Nougat out of the box.

    You can expect to see the Nokia 6, 5, and 3 become available globally in Q2 this year.



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    But, wait. Nokia is also bringing back the revered 3310, the most memed phone ever. With a new design, 22 hours of talk time, and a month in standby, the 3310 is really a flash to the past for me. It also features a refreshed Snake, for what that's worth. The 3310 will cost €49 (~$52 USD), but keep in mind that it doesn't run Android. I just thought it's worth mentioning here because, well, the 3310 is back!
    So that is all of the important stuff from Nokia's press conference at MWC. Even though HMD Global is behind the helm of the phone stuff, it is still nice to see Nokia's name in the Android world (other than the Microsoft thing). Plus, there is a strong focus on design and upholding the trust and reliability that we associate with Nokia. I am excited to see what the 6, 5, and 3 bring to the table. If you're interested in the new vision going forward, check out the videos below.


     Hankey
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    Beside the LG G6 and Galaxy S8, one of the most leaked devices in the past couple of weeks has been the Huawei P10 (and P10 Plus), the follow-up to last year's loved and respected P9 and P9 Plus. After seeing it in small renders that showed all its potential colors then catching it in a better resolution, we now have the official device in front of us, ceramics, sandblast, colors, and all.

    First, here's a quick rundown of the specs of both devices:
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    Huawei is obviously talking up the Leica dual camera setup on both devices, with its 20MP monochrome and 12MP full RGB lenses, 3D facial detection technology, and depth-of-field and bokeh effects that can be refocused after the image is taken. The front camera also features a portrait mode that automatically switches to a wide-angle if it detects that the selfie includes many people. The P10 Plus ups the ante further thanks to a newer SUMMILUX-H lens setup on the back that has a wider aperture and a front camera that's capable of autofocus. Both devices also come with the Highlights app co-developed with GoPro which makes video reels of images and videos taken with the phone.
    The other highlight of both devices is the new design, complete with new finishes and colors. There's a Hyper Diamond-Cut finish in Dazzling Blue and Dazzling Gold, a high gloss finish in Ceramic White, and a sandblast finish in Greenery, Rose Gold, Mystic Silver, Graphite Black, and Prestige Gold. Huawei spent a lot of time in its press conference talking up the blue and green colors, which were developed with the collaboration of the Pantone Color Institute, and I have to admit the green one is just after my heart. It's a tragedy that we don't have many green phones.

    The last important tidbit is that the P10 and P10 Plus will run EMUI 5.1 built on top of Android Nougat. If our positive experience with EMUI 5.0 on the Mate 9 is a sign of things to come, then the P10 will definitely have a lighter and less problematic Android skin for everyone to enjoy.
    As for prices and availability, the P10 with 4GB/64GB will cost EUR 649, the P10 Plus with 4GB/64GB will be EUR 699, and the P10 Plus with 6GB/128GB will be EUR 799. Those prices are very, very, very much in the flagship range.

    Both devices will be available starting March in these countries: Australia, Austria, Chile, China, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, United Kingdom, and Vietnam.


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    The Tab S3 will come only in the 9.7-inch form factor, eschewing the smaller 8-inch options of the last two generations. Samsung is also making 10 and 12-inch versions of the Galaxy Book, the Tab’s more expensive, Windows-powered cousins, but those hoping for a high-end mid-sized tablet will be disappointed. The most striking thing about the new design is that it ditches the polymer rear panel in favor of tempered glass surrounded by an aluminum frame, the same basic design as the Galaxy S smartphone series. The result is an extremely thin but solid-feeling 6.0mm-profile.

    That screen is a 4:3 panel, like the S2, with an identical 2048x1536 resolution. But this year’s AMOLED screen has a trick up its sleeve: it’s rated for High Dynamic Range (HDR) video content. The Tab S3 is the first Android tablet to pull this trick – in fact Samsung has had to arrange partnerships with video sources (so far unnamed) to make sure that customers have something to watch on those vibrant new screens. Underneath is a Snapdragon 820 processor (at least in the North American model – international versions may be equipped with Samsung’s Exynos chips), 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage plus a MicroSD card slot, and an impressive (for a tablet) 5MP/13MP camera setup with LED flash. The fast-charge battery is only 6000mAh, which is a tad more than the Tab S2 but well below the average for a 10-inch tablet – the slim design of the body would seem to necessitate some engineering compromises. Software will be Android 7.0 at launch, and the Tab S3 will come in Wi-Fi and LTE varieties.

    Though not officially part of the Note family – which has some rather poor branding since the disastrous launch of the Galaxy Note 7 – the Tab S3 comes with an S-Pen. In a first for Samsung, the stylus is completely separate and does not stow away in a bay inside the tablet’s body. This being the case, it’s longer and thicker, shaped more like a conventional pen than an electronics stylus, and the plastic tip has been replaced by a more forgiving and “natural feeling” rubber one. Like previous S-Pens (and unlike Apple’s similarly-shaped Pencil), this one doesn’t need a battery to operate its 4096-layer touch features. Other extras on the tablet include four distinct speakers, a fingerprint sensor in the Home button, a USB Type-C port, and a premium sold-separately folio keyboard using a POGO pin connection instead of Bluetooth.

    http://www.androidpolice.com/2017/02/26 ... one-s-pen/

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    I don't know how Sony hasn't run out of alphabet letters and rectangular designs by now. Year after year, or more like half year after half year, the company churns another phone that distinctly looks like almost every Sony phone we've seen to date (which might be a good or a bad thing, depending on how much you like the design language) and that has another letter or noun added in the name. I'm honestly confused, but I understand that it has its appeal for a small subset of people, so I'll put my judgment aside and carry on telling you about these new Sony phones announced at MWC today.

    Xperia XZ Premium
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    The highlight here is obviously the camera, which Sony says is "so advanced it captures motion that the human eye can’t see." It brings tech used on Sony ‘α’ and Cyber-shot cameras along with a memory stacked Exmor RS sensor to create a new system dubbed "Motion Eye." The result is 5x image scanning and data transfer that lets you record at up 960fps and play back at super slow motion. Sony is also adding many features we've seen in smartphone cameras recently, like taking pics when it detects motion before you even tap the shutter so you don't miss any moments. The front camera isn't shabby either, at 13MP with a wide-angle lens and F/2.0 aperture.

    The rest of the Premium's specs are just as impressive. We have a 5.5" 4K HDR screen with a selection of compatible content from Amazon Prime Video, a Snapdragon 835 processor — the same one that LG couldn't add to its G6 because it's rumored that Samsung flooded Qualcomm with the first order — with an X16 LTE modem for super fast connectivity speeds, and a USB-C charging port with USB 3.1 for faster transfers.

    The exterior is a "glass loop surface" with a mirrored effect on the back and the entire phone is IP68-resistant. Sony is shipping it with Android 7.1 Nougat and including Smart Stamina mode, Xperia Tips, and Xperia actions to make your life a little easier and add some smarts into the phone.

    The Xperia XZ Premium will be available globally in Luminous Chrome and Deepsea Black, starting late Spring 2017. That means it won't probably ship until late May or June, when Qualcomm has enough Snapdragon 835 processors to fulfill Sony's order. There's no pricing information yet, but if what we heard is right, you should expect the tag to be around the $900. Sony will also sell you accessories like a quick charger and a Bluetooth headset with speaker and remote camera shutter.





    Xperia XZs
    The second phone announced is the Xperia XZs, where the s means something like a second iteration. It's an updated version of the Xperia XZ, which was introduced last September at IFA. The main difference is that the camera is now the same as the XZ Premium, i.e. the same Motion Eye system with 960fps video capture, super slow motion, predictive capture before pressing the shutter button, and so on.
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    The Xperia XZs will be available from the beginning of April 2017 in Ice Blue, Warm Silver, and Black, and it looks like you'll be able to purchase a case to go with the nice blue color.

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    Sony's XZ Premium and the XZs are not the only new kids on the block for its 2017 smartphone lineup. The company has also got the 'super mid-range' XA1 and XA1 Ultra devices, for those searching for a good-looking phone on a budget.

    Both XA1 models are cemented firmly in their mid-range category by the octa-core MediaTek Helio P20 processor. There's 3GB RAM on board and 32GB storage, with microSD card expandability. For the Ultra, the same Helio P20 processor is coupled with 4GB RAM and 32/64GB storage, plus microSD card. The XA1 has a 5-inch 720p screen, so it won't be winning any pixels per inch awards. Likewise, the Ultra has a 6-inch 1080p screen.

    However, the cameras are the standout features here. Both have the same camera, 23 megapixel with f2.0 aperture. This is what Sony is hoping can really get the XA1 series moving off the shelves. The front-facing cameras do differ, though, with 8MP on the XA1, bumping that up to 16MP with optical image stabilization on the Ultra.

    I'm not really sure what 'super mid-range' means, but these two don't look like bad phones, if you're not planning on spending huge amounts of money. The Sony Xperia XA1 and XA1 Ultra will go on sale in the spring, in white, black, gold, and pink. Pricing details are currently unknown.

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    Querendo muito um teclado físico pro meu tablet s2, sugestões? Mouse Bluetooth tbm rolaria.

     Krazy
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    Gostei do S8 mas acho que vou ficar com o S7E mais um tempo.

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  •  28/02/2017, 14:20
     

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    boa

    uma pergunta. Alguem testou o controle do xbox one S com android?

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    Lavos escreveu: boa

    uma pergunta. Alguem testou o controle do xbox one S com android?
    Só testei o DS4 e funciona dibas

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  •  28/02/2017, 14:33
     

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    TOOL escreveu: Querendo muito um teclado físico pro meu tablet s2, sugestões? Mouse Bluetooth tbm rolaria.
    A Logitech tá vendendo aqui aqueles com chave seletora, um pouco caro no entanto.

    http://www.americanas.com.br/produto/12 ... lti-device

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    Premera

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    Reload escreveu: Premera
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