2013-03-30

Public Holiday on 29 Mar - 3 Apr 2013 -- Easter Holiday and Cheng Ming Festival Holiday


Dear Valued Customers,




Please be informed that 28 Mar - 3 Apr 2013, is the public holiday in Hong Kong being Easter Holiday and Cheng Ming Festival Holiday.

Our office, operations will be closed. All orders and enquiries during the holiday period will be handled and replied after the holiday that is 4 Apr 2013 morning as usual.

Normal operations will resume on 4 Apr 2012 (Thursday).

Thanks for your continual support on Xell Telecom and wish all of you have a good time during the festival.

Regards,
Cathy Liu
Logistic Department Manager
Xell Telecom

2013-03-28

T-Mobile says the Galaxy S4 will launch on May 1st with LTE



Article cited from http://www.droidmatters.com from Smartphonebay.net
galaxy-s-4
During its ‘Uncarrier’ event in New York City, T-Mobile announced that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will launch on May 1st carrying LTE radios. Big Magenta becomes the first U.S. carrier to reveal the availability of the new Samsung flagship device. Word in the street is that the S4 will be go on sale with a $99 down payment meaning that you’ll put that upfront and pay the rest in the form of monthly payments of $20 for 2 years ($580 total)–and that is a part of their new “Simple Choice” plans.
T-Mobile also announced that they’ll carry the HTC one, Blackberry Z and the iPhone in the near future. We’re still waiting to hear from the other US carriers about when they’ll launch the Galaxy S4. If you’re aTmo customer or want to become one, make sure you put May 1st in your calendars. Who’s getting one?
Comment from Smartphonebay.net:
It is easy to predict the Galaxy S4 with T-mobile as distributor will have the LTE format of data transfer. Nothing special but still good to hear that. Excited to see this excellent mobile phone from releasing!!

Replacement LCD Screen Assemly for Blackberry Bold 9930, 9900 (With Black Digitizer) Available Now


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2013-03-26

This Pill Bottle Is a Smartphone Wannabe


Article cited from http://www.wired.com by Smartphonebay.net
This is a white 3-D printed prototype of the AdhereTech bottle. Photo: AdhereTech
The technologies that made you fall in love with your iPhone or Galaxy are now making their way into pill bottles.
To help patients take their medications on time, AdhereTech is remaking that ubiquitous orange bottle and giving it a high-tech facelift with the addition of lights, speakers, a 45-day-long battery, 3G and LTE capabilities, and sensors that measure humidity and how many pills are left in the bottle.
“We’ve built cellphone technology into the bottle,” said Josh Stein, the CEO of the New York City-based startup. “The bottle [will be] constantly connected to the cloud, just like a cell phone. Patients don’t have to link it to WiFi or Bluetooth. They don’t have to set it up in any way.”
That also means that if patients are treading internet-less territory, their AdhereTech bottle could still remind them they need to take their meds. Even if the connection to 3G or LTE is poor, the bottle should still be able to transmit its bite-sized 1-kilobyte readings to the company servers without a problem, Stein claims.  This is important because non-adherence costs the healthcare system billions of dollars annually.
The company is still tweaking the design using a Makerbot 3-D printer and says it’ll have its first working prototypes by the end of April, but the way it’ll work is that every time it’s opened, the bottle will take stock of how many pills it has inside by measuring the capacitance, or stored charge, along its walls. (These sensors never touch the medication.) The technology is based on a patent issued to the University of Alabama, for which AdhereTech has an exclusive license. When a pill is removed, the capacitance reading decreases because there are fewer contact points and less pressure along the bottle’s walls. This is similar to the way your iPhone or Galaxy detects how you’re moving your finger along its touchscreen. That information gets sent to AdhereTech’s servers via a cellular network. The company knows your medication regimen based on information supplied by a pharmacist. If the servers don’t receive a time-stamped capacitance measurement when you’re supposed to take your pill, this will trigger an alarm to remind the patient to take his meds.
“All of our calculations are done service-side,” Stein said. The bottle will just act as a meter that transmits data. Its 32-kilobyte memory isn’t big enough to store what pills it contains or what your medication schedule is, which makes losing this 2-ounce gizmo less scary.
The AdhereTech team. From left to right: John Langhauser, Josh Stein and Mike Morena. Photo: AdhereTech.
Still, the company will know exactly how many pills or fluid ounces the bottle contains in real time, Stein claims.  If it works, this could set AdhereTech’s intelligent pill bottle system apart from other similar technologies already on the market, which only measure if a bottle has been popped open.
The company is building its product so that it’s customizable for each patient, Stein says. If you prefer to get a phone call, text message or email to prompt you to take your pills, you can set it up to do that. If you fancy visual or auditory reminders, the bottle lights up or chimes. And if those notifications don’t do the trick, the system can snitch to your doc or a loved one, who can then check on you.
Down the line, if users want to merge their AdhereTech data with other apps or with their activity, glucose or blood pressure monitors, they’ll be able to thanks to AdhereTech’s open API. “It’s very important to us for patients to own their personal adherence data,” Stein says. “We want to be the pill bottle that plugs into other systems and integrates with all these other apps.” The quantified selfcommunity will only continue to grow in popularity, Stein believes, and he wants AdhereTech to be a part of those movements.
From a business perspective this makes a lot of financial sense. The merging of all these data could provide very nuanced views of why patients skip their meds or how drugs work in different people in real time, a point that’s not lost on Stein. He envisions partnerships with insurance companies, hospitals and clinical researchers based on the “really valuable data that’s not collected anywhere in real time that our bottle can [gather].”  That brings up all kinds of data privacy and security concerns, which the company will no doubt need to address as it grows.
Right now, AdhereTech, which has raised $200,000 in seed money, is focused on making sure its technology delivers on its promise. They’ve tested all the components individually and Stein says they’re all working. What they haven’t done is tested the whole system. The company is also in the process of setting up contracts with a cloud service (most likely to be Amazon) and a telecom provider.
Sometime after that, the AdhereTech bottles will be pitted against dumb ones at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Wake Forest University and University of Pennsylvania to see whether AdhereTech’s solution actually increases adherence for a variety of disease conditions. If all goes well, AdhereTech bottles should be available at select pharmacies for specialty drugs for conditions like cancer, HIV, pulmonary hypertension and rheumatoid arthritis. Pharmaceutical or insurance companies would pick up the tab – Stein is still working pricing out – once they hit the market sometime in 2014.
Of course, as it stands right now, AdhereTech can’t guarantee a patient has actually ingested her medication. And that’s the biggest limitation with any of these smart pill bottles or boxes. Short of adding a camera, which beckons thoughts of Big Brother, there’s no way to know what happened to a pill after it’s been taken out of its (smart) container. Although AdhereTech says it doesn’t plan on adding that feature to its bottles just yet, “technologies like that are things we do have covered in our recently filed patent,” Stein told Wired. “We don’t know how this space will evolve…Solutions like that are things we’re at least thinking about because we’ll hopefully have some IP rights to them.” That, too, sounds a lot like the smartphone space.
Rendering of the AdhereTech smart pill bottle. Using touchscreen technology, it can measure how many pills are inside it. Image: AdhereTech.

Replacement LCD Screen for Apple IPAD 3, 3rd Generation Released


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2013-03-25

Battery for Samsung SCH-W2013, GT-B9388 Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $13.79

- Capacity: 1250mAh 
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- RoHS approved for toxic free 
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- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
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2013-03-23

Dell Latitude 10 review: a business-friendly Windows tablet with great battery life

Article cited from engadget.com by Smartphonebay.net
Dell Latitude 10 review: a business-friendly Windows tablet with great battery life
We've been making the grand tour of Windows 8 hybrids running low-powered Atom processors, and our latest stop is Dell's Latitude 10. While some similar systems, such as the ASUS VivoTab Smart and the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2, focus on portable designs and long battery life, the Latitude 10 takes after that group of devices with "Smart" and "Pro" in their name.
Indeed, like the Surface Pro and Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro, the Latitude 10 flaunts a large variety of corporate-friendly features, such as TPM, a productivity dock, a Wacom-certified stylus and a Bluetooth keyboard. The entry-level configuration will set you back a tolerable $499, but adding on business essentials such as the dock and keyboard could soon have you looking at a price above the $1,000 threshold. Does the Latitude 10 work well enough to warrant the dough -- and satisfy on-the-go professionals? You know where to look if you want to find out.

LOOK AND FEEL


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"Inoffensive" is the word we'd use to describe the Latitude 10's design -- and we imagine that's exactly what many corporate customers will want. Though we have no qualms with the straightforward, black-rectangle aesthetic, we do take issue with the extremely wide bezel surrounding the 1,366 x 768 display. This cheapens the device's feel, and it makes the 10.1-inch panel seem smaller.
At 1.45 pounds and 0.4 inch thick with a 30Wh battery, this isn't anywhere near the wispiest 10.1-incher around, but it does feel plenty sturdy in the hand. This is thanks to a reinforced magnesium-alloy frame, and the coating of Gorilla Glass doesn't hurt either. The back sports a soft-touch finish that makes for a comfortable grip -- you shouldn't have to put this tablet's solid build to the test with any 
By and large, button and port placement makes perfect sense on the Latitude 10 -- and there is no shortage of connections on board. The physical Windows 8 Start button sits in its typical spot underneath the screen. Oddly, though, the button is slightly recessed rather than raised, and as a result it's a bit tricky to press. We had to apply more pressure than we're used to, and it was especially difficult to register a press when the tablet was angled upright in the bundled dock. The only other feature you'll notice on the front is the 2-megapixel, front-facing camera.
The top edge of the Latitude 10 is home to a full-size SD card slot, the power button and a toggle for auto-rotate. The Enhanced Security model, which we got a chance to play with, includes a smart card reader along the top. The combo headphone / mic jack, USB 2.0 port and mini-HDMI connection sit on the right edge, while you'll find the volume rocker and Kensington lock slot on the left. Finally, the power connector and a micro-USB port line the bottom side. Turn the device over, and you'll find plenty going on. In addition to the 8MP rear shooter with LED flash, the Dell logo and two small sets of speakers, the swappable 30Wh battery sits prominently on the backside, with a slide lock allowing for its removal. (A larger 60Wh battery was included with our review unit -- more on that later.)
Our unit offers 3G connectivity, and the micro-SIM slot is located under the removable power pack. The battery takes up a good half of the surface, and while this interrupts the otherwise clean lines, the promise of longer battery life trumps any superficial design concerns. We had to wiggle both the two- and four-cell batteries loose when switching them out, as the latch system got stuck halfway when we tried to move it.

ETC.


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The variety of configuration options for the Latitude 10 verges on confusing. Not only are there Essential, Standard and Enhanced Security models, but there are a slew of optional accessories as well. We checked out a Latitude 10 bundled with the productivity dock, a $100 add-on. This 1.8-pound peripheral adds to an already impressive number of ports, with four USB 2.0 connections, a headphone jack and a full-size HDMI for hooking up an external monitor. There's also a power connector for charging the tablet while it's docked.
It was easy to attach the Latitude 10 to the stand, but it felt rather wobbly; lifting up on the slate detached it from the base -- and that was without applying much pressure. We imagine the dock won't move far from users' desks, though, and it offers a comfortable -- though non-adjustable -- viewing angle for both watching movies and composing emails and documents. Other accessories include a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse combo (ranging from $40 to $86, depending on which of the three bundles options you choose) and a $40 soft-touch case that can act as a stand. Our review unit also came with the $40 Dell KM632 keyboard and mouse package, along with the case.
Speaking of the Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, we had to force ourselves to use the device in tablet mode after enjoying this setup. You'll definitely want a set of hardware keys if you plan to do any real work, and both the chiclets and the mouse were responsive and comfortable for navigating Windows 8. That said, the Bluetooth keyboard is desktop-size, meaning the slate's 10.1-inch screen feels small in comparison. One other nitpick: the top of the mouse is removable, allowing you to insert the two AA batteries, and it comes off far too easily. We had to reattach it on several occasions during our hands-on time. Dell doesn't offer its own keyboard case; rather, it sells the Kensington KeyFolio Expert through its website.

DISPLAY, PEN INPUT AND SOUND


DNP Dell Latitude 10 review an Atompowered hybrid with great battery life
The Latitude 10's 10.1-inch screen sports a 1,366 x 768 resolution, which is par for the course when it comes to Atom-based tablets. More impressive than the pixel count is the 450-nit brightness rating; images really pop on this panel. When we watched Netflix, played a few games and surfed the web, all content appeared crisp, and colors looked accurate. Like the screens on the ASUS VivoTab Smart and the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2, this display uses IPS technology, so you can expect wide viewing angles. We had no trouble making out a video from both the far left and right. Visibility would be even better if the display didn't have such a glossy finish, but that should only be an issue in settings with bright overhead lighting.
An active Wacom digitizer is available for about $34, and it's only compatible with the higher-end configurations of the Latitude 10. (The lower-end Essentials version will only work with a passive stylus.) We used the pen in programs such as Windows Journal, which includes handwriting recognition, and Paint. The stylus itself feels cheaply made; it doesn't provide as good of a grip as Samsung's S Pen, for instance. Still, it works well for selecting small objects on screen, and the capacitive display offers very good palm rejection. Only once or twice did the panel detect accidental input when we were writing with the digitizer. The Latitude 10 itself doesn't have a built-in slot for storing Wacom's device, but the soft-touch case that came with our review unit sports a penholder.
Audio doesn't get very loud on the Latitude 10. The two small stereo speakers are located on the back of the device, which means music and dialogue come through muffled when the tablet is on your desk (or your lap). Songs streamed via the Slacker app don't pack much punch at all, though -- as we always say with slates -- donning a pair of headphones allows for louder, slightly richer sound.

PERFORMANCE AND BATTERY LIFE


PCMark73DMark06ATTO (top disk speeds)
Dell Latitude 10 (1.8GHz Intel Atom Z2760, Intel HD)1,43745882 MB/s (reads); 35 MB/s (writes)
ASUS VivoTab Smart (1.8GHz Intel Atom Z2760, Intel HD)1,40037283 MB/s (reads); 35 MB/s (writes)
Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 (1.8GHz Intel Atom Z2760, Intel HD)1,42346083 MB/s (reads); 35 MB/s (writes)
HP Envy x2 (1.8GHz Intel Atom Z2760, Intel HD)1,425N/A83 MB/s (reads); 34 MB/s (writes)
Samsung ATIV Smart PC (1.8GHz Intel Atom Z2760, Intel HD)N/A37482 MB/s (reads); 36 MB/s (writes)
Acer Iconia W510 (1.8GHz Intel Atom Z2760, Intel HD)1,297N/A81 MB/s (reads); 28 MB/s (writes)
As we mentioned in our review of the ASUS VivoTab Smart, lower-powered Windows tablets are pretty much uniform when it comes to specs. Like that product and literally every other competing model we've tested, the Latitude 10 runs an Intel Atom Z2760 processor clocked at 1.8GHz, with 2GB of RAM and the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator. It's no surprise, then, that Dell's slate turns in virtually identical benchmark scores to its competitors. In ATTO, the Latitude 10 notched max read and write speeds of 82 MB/s and 35 MB/s, respectively, and a cold boot takes about 15 seconds.
Unsurprisingly for an Atom-powered device, the Latitude 10 wasn't able to run the 3DMark 11 graphics benchmark, which requires DirectX 11 support. That's a good indicator of what kind of gaming performance to expect -- you'll be fine playingAngry BirdsSolitaire and the like, but serious titles are out of the question. We experienced a few glitches, such as app crashes and force quits throughout our hands-on time with the Latitude 10, but these moments were few and far between. Switching between apps didn't cause the system to stutter, and we never found ourselves tapping our fingers waiting for programs to load.
When we ran our battery test, which involves running a locally stored video on loop with WiFi on and brightness set to 65 percent, the Latitude's 30Wh battery lasted nine hours and three minutes. That compares favorably to other Atom-powered machines, such as the Acer Iconia W510 (8 hours and 19 minutes) and the HP Envy x2 (7 hours and 53 minutes). While that's fairly average for an Atom-powered Windows 8 tablet, it trumps them all when you add in the optional 60Wh power pack: with that attached, we got a jaw-dropping 16 hours of runtime.
Windows 8 systemsBattery life
Dell Latitude 109:03 / 16:01 (extended battery)
ASUS VivoTab Smart7:30
ThinkPad Tablet 210:27
Acer Iconia W5108:19 (tablet only) / 14:17 (with the dock)
HP Envy x27:53 (tablet only) / 12:30 (with the dock)
Acer Iconia W7007:13
Samsung ATIV Smart PC (AT&T)7:04 (WiFi only) / 6:43 (LTE)

CAMERA


DNP Dell Latitude 10 review an Atompowered hybrid with great battery life
The Latitude 10 sports a 2-megapixel, 720p, front-facing camera for video chats along with a 8MP rear shooter with flash. When we took a few selfies in our brightly lit office, our images appeared grainy with a strong yellowish overcast. This is sadly the status quo for most tablet webcams, but moving to an area with natural light should help if you have to take a Skype meeting in a pinch.

Dell Latitude 10 sample shots

Our samples from the 8MP rear camera show fairly accurate colors and for the most part look quite sharp. Some pictures taken in shadowy settings look darker than they should, and images taken with flash unsurprisingly look very washed out. Camera options are fairly limited: there are controls for brightness and contrast, along with a toggle for auto or manual exposure. Sample video footage of Union Square in New York looked crisp and didn't exhibit much jerkiness. In short: if you insist on bringing a tablet along to document your adventures, the Latitude 10's cameras will certainly suffice.

SOFTWARE AND WARRANTY


Dell bolsters the Latitude 10's cred as a business device with several security-minded features, including TPM and support for Computrace. Keep in mind that this software isn't available on the Essentials version of the device. The company also offers data encryption for protecting files.
We've seen more offensive pre-loads than the software selection on the Latitude 10. Out of the box, the tablet includes Dell Backup and Recover, a trial of Microsoft Office and Skype. You'll also find the standard Windows 8 apps, such as Bing, Maps and Weather. Our 3G-equipped configuration of the Latitude 10 also comes with the AT&T AllAccess utility for managing your data plan. Dell offers a standard one-year limited hardware warranty.

CONFIGURATION OPTIONS AND THE COMPETITION


There are several available configurations of the Latitude 10, all with the same 1.8GHz Intel Z2760 processor and 2GB of RAM. On the lower end is the $499 so-called Essentials configuration, which runs Windows 8 and offers a 32GB SSD. For $80 more ($579 total), you can step up to a 64GB Essentials model. Next up the rung is the $649 Latitude 10, which gets you Windows 8 Pro, a 64GB SSD, a swappable battery, active stylus support and security features such as TPM. A $779, 64GB model includes those same features and adds a smart card reader and fingerprint reader, and it also supports mobile broadband. You could also spring for Dell's $849 Mobility bundle, which includes the productivity dock and 3G connectivity.
Some of the most useful features don't feel tailor-made for a portable lifestyle, and how useful are peripherals if they can't travel anywhere with you?
We took a look at two configurations of the Latitude 10. First up was the Mobility bundle, which Dell supplemented with several add-ons. With the four-cell swappable battery, Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, soft-touch case and Wacom digitizer, that option comes out to $1,019. (Note that Dell often runs promotions, so you may see slightly different prices.) Due to a faulty battery, though, Dell sent us another model to test: the Enhanced Security version with a fingerprint reader, smart card reader, swappable four-cell battery and the productivity dock. That configuration -- without peripherals such as the Bluetooth keyboard and mouse -- costs about $934. If you're going to go for the Latitude 10, we'd recommend shelling out for the full trappings, since you'll need a keyboard -- and likely an external monitor -- to get real work done. That said, those extras bring the price into Ultrabook territory, and you won't be getting Core i5-level performance with Dell's hybrid machine.
As always, we recommend surveying the field before committing to a product, and you have quite a few other options if the Latitude 10 piques your interest. When it comes to a good value, it's hard to beat the ASUS VivoTab Smart, which gets you 64GB of storage for $499. We like the 1.28-pound tablet's design -- with a polycarbonate back shell -- and relatively high-performing camera, but battery life isn't best in class, and there's no pen support. Acer's $550 Iconia W510 is another relatively inexpensive offering, and it has good battery performance and an IPS display in its favor. The downside is a cramped and unattractive keyboard dock -- and that brings the price up to $750.
If you want to wield a stylus, check out the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2. This may just be our favorite low-powered Windows 8 hybrid, thanks to a comfortable keyboard and impressive longevity. Pen input does come at a slight premium, though: it's $649 for a 64GB, stylus-equipped model. Lenovo also has the more consumer-friendly IdeaTab Lynx (review coming soon). There's also the Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro, which runs a full-fledged Core i5 CPU and includes an S Pen, but that will set you back $1,200.

WRAP-UP


DNP Dell Latitude 10 review an Atompowered hybrid with great battery life
There are plenty of things to like about the Dell Latitude 10, in no small part due to the vast number of optional accessories that boost the device's productivity chops. Even without the swappable four-cell battery, this machine offers good longevity, and its bright IPS display stands out among other panels in its class.
That's not to say this product is without its flaws, though; some of the most useful features, such as the productivity dock and the optional keyboard, don't feel tailor-made for a portable lifestyle, and how useful are peripherals if they can't travel anywhere with you? The price is also pretty steep when you factor in all the extras that make this system so corporate-friendly. If your pockets can handle it, splashing out for the highest-end configuration with all the bells and whistles will net you a solid product. Those who need to stay south of $1,000, though, should consider the ThinkPad Tablet 2 and ASUS VivoTab Smart instead.

2013-03-22

Touch Digitizer for LG Nitro HD P930 Available Now


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- Compatible with:LG Nitro HD P930

2013-03-21

Battery for HP Envy 15 series Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $70.29

- Capacity: 4050mAh 
- Li-ion  battery
- Output: 7.4V
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
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2013-03-20

Battery for HTC Jetstream, Puccini, P715a, Jetstream 10.1 Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $50.79

- Capacity: 7300mAh 
- Li-PL  battery
- Output: 3.7V
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- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible for battery with part number: BG09100, 35H00161-00P, 35H00161-00M

2013-03-19

Battery for Lenovo E46, E46A, E46G, E46L, K46, K46A Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $60.79

- Capacity: 4400mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Output: 11.1V
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible for battery with part number: L10P6Y21, L09M6Y23, L08M6Y21

Galaxy S III And Note II To Receive Android 5.0 Update, S II and Original Note Retiring After 4.2.2 Update


Article cited from http://www.redmondpie.com by Smartphonebay.net

Despite the release of the Galaxy S4 last week, many Android users are looking at which further software upgrades will be available for their devices, especially amid rumors of an upcoming major Android refresh, Android 5.0. According to a credible report, it seems like the Galaxy S III, along with the Galaxy Note II and a whole range of Samsung devices unveiled over the last year, will receive the upgrade once it becomes available.
More specifically, the Galaxy S III and the just-released Galaxy S4, both 3G-only and LTE versions, are expected to receive the update. As for tablets, not only both 3G and LTE editions of the Galaxy Note II will be eligible for Android 5.0, but also all editions of the Galaxy Note 8.0 and Galaxy Note 10.1. Most devices that have been released over the last year will be fully supported, according to this source.

On the other hand, older phones are said to be on their way out. If the contents of this report do indeed come to fruition, older devices such as the popular Galaxy S II and the original Galaxy Note will be dropped, along with many older members of Samsung’s Galaxy product line, namely the Galaxy Grand, Galaxy Grand DUOS, Galaxy Ace 2, Galaxy S III Mini, Galaxy Beam, Galaxy Express, Galaxy S Advance, Galaxy S II Plus, Galaxy Premier, Galaxy Young, Galaxy Young DUOS, Galaxy Fame and Galaxy X Cover. Users of these devices will not be able to upgrade through official means, although there is no telling whether unofficial upgrades will be available.
GS4 GS3

Android 5.0, codenamed Key Lime Pie, is reportedly the next major release of Google’s mobile operating system. While the Mountain View company has been unsurprisingly silent about the upcoming release, small snippets have made their way onto the Internet, in the form of reports and small nuggets of information pertaining to the release. Additional integration with social networks is expected, along with an improved keyboard, a video chat app and enhanced integration for those who own multiple Android devices.
Android 5.0 is expected to be announced at Google I/O, the developer conference that will take place this coming May. A final, consumer-ready release should be available to the public several months later, although it is up to each manufacturer to roll the update out to individual phone models.

Comment from Smartphonebay.net staff:
It is nice to get Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Android upgrade. It shows how Samsung really respect to their customers to give them the most updated OS even through the new generation of Galaxy S4 is about to start selling. The attitude of Samsung is really appreciated and should be followed by every merchants like us. 

2013-03-18

Battery for Fukuda FX-4010 Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $61.79

- Capacity: 3800mAh 
- Ni-MH  battery
- Output: 9.6V
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible for battery with part number: 8TH-2400A-2LW, LS1506

Battery app for Windows Phone 8 gets updated, bringing notifications and statistics

Article cited from http://wmpoweruser.com by Batterybay.net

One of the best free battery apps for Windows Phone 8 gets updated, bringing notifications and statistics features.
Want to see battery level right on your lock screen and live tile and get notifications about battery status? This app is for you.
Key features:
  • rich battery usage chart (landscape mode supported)
  • detailed battery status on lock screen, three types of live tiles
  • estimated time remaining, time since last charge, remaining time to full charge
  • detailed battery usage statistics (current charging/discharging rates, longest battery life time, charges count, average charging/discharging rates, average battery life time)
  • different types of notifications (when battery is fully charged, when battery is discharging quickly, when battery is low)
  • customizable theme color
The app is absolutely free and ad free. Download it from the Windows Phone Store here.
Comment from Batterybay.net:
Although the majority of people in the mobile phone market are not using Window mobile, Batterybay.net will consider everyone to get more juice on their own mobile phone battery1. We will continue to get more and more Apps for different variety of mobile to let our readers enjoy a longer battery life!! Thanks for your continual support.

2013-03-16

Touch Digitizer for Motorola XOOM Android Tablet 10.1 Available Now


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $68.79

- Repair parts for Motorola mobile phone
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- LCD screen display is not included
- Any enquiry about the item, please contact: sales@smartphonebay.net
- Compatible with:Motorola XOOM Android Tablet 10.1

2013-03-15

Touch Digitizer for Motorola Xoom II 2 10.1" Available Now


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $68.79

- Repair parts for Motorola mobile phone
- Fix broken or malfunctioned touch screen digitizer problem
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- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- LCD screen display is not included
- Any enquiry about the item, please contact: sales@smartphonebay.net
- Compatible with:Motorola Xoom II 2 10.1"

2013-03-14

Touch Digitizer for LG Viper 4G LTE LS840 Available Now


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $23.79

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- Fix broken or malfunctioned touch screen digitizer problem
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- LCD screen display is not included
- Any enquiry about the item, please contact: sales@smartphonebay.net
- Compatible with:LG Viper 4G LTE LS840

2013-03-13

Touch Digitizer for Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, N8000, N8010, N8013 Available Now


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $28.79

- Repair parts for Samsung mobile phone
- Fix broken or malfunctioned touch screen digitizer problem
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- LCD screen display is not included
- Any enquiry about the item, please contact: sales@smartphonebay.net
- Compatible with:Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, N8000, N8010, N8013

2013-03-12

European Region Postage Delay Expected due to Heavy Snow


Dear Customers,


We would like to inform you due to bad weather conditions (heavy snow) on March 12, 2013, ground handling and flight operations to/from Frankfurt airport will be affected. 

Moreover, neighboring countries all transports by road to France, Germany, Luxemburg and United Kingdom are also will be delayed.

- Eurotunnel delays up to 6 hours due weather
- North France road restrictions implemented
- Belgium road restrictions not yet confirmed.

Sorry for any inconvenient caused and we will keep you update on our official blog here if there is any.

Regards,
Cathy Liu
Logistic Manager
Xell Telecom

Touch Digitizer for LG Optimus 3D Max, P720 Available Now


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- LCD screen display is not included
- Any enquiry about the item, please contact: sales@smartphonebay.net
- Compatible with:LG Optimus 3D Max, P720

HTC One’s Battery Life Outclasses Competition


Aritlce cited from http://androidheadlines.com by Batterybay.net
htc-one-design
Well well. You don’t see this often enough (though you should). The news that usually comes out of the mobile market in the past couple of months was all about bigger resolutions or more processing power, but not much in a key aspect of what makes a device mobile – the battery. While the display and the processor are important, the battery life is one of the most important aspects of the phone. You can’t do much with a smart phone with an awful battery life (except keeping it always plugged in like a landline phone). Of course, I’m not expecting miracles here. More than 2 days of battery life, in my experience at least, is like expecting my phone to walk on water.
Apparently HTC addressed this exact issue when designing the HTC One to come equipped with a 2300mAh battery. And good on them too, since it seems that their latest flagship beats its competitors in yet another category. According to the tests conducted by the British website expertreviews.co.uk the handset made the top of the list in terms of battery life-time on 3G talk-time coming in at 17.8 hours (or a more humanly way to put it, 17 hours and 48 minutes). Speaking for myself,
HTC One Talk-time

I think I’d talk that much in a couple of months, Skype not included. More of a text person, myself. The phone also performed above par at video playback, lasting a staggering 8 and a half hours on a single charge. And this, on a 4.7 inch display with a resolution of 1080p and a pixel density of 468 ppi. Not too shabby, HTC.
So HTC has in its hands a top class device, with a monster quad-core processor clocked at 1,7 GHz, a display that has little competition in terms of image quality, a generous battery which can handle the hardware specs and, also worth mentioning, the building materials used are premium grade. One of the best on the market until now, at least. It should capitalize on this as much as possible, considering the economic rut they are currently in. And do this fast, since Samsung’s latest Galaxy S smart phone is about to be announced this week and could start shipping as soon as mid-April.
Comment from Batterybay.net staff:
It is an expected results. When using LG and Samsung High end mobile, the CPU temperature is much higher that of HTC. That is the cause of battery energy leakage in Samsung and LG. However, Samsung still winning the most part of the market share in Android mobile as it has a smarter housing design and better LCD display when compared to other brand of Android Phone. With long battery life feature offered by HTC Android phone, will HTC be the second one in the market??? Or the brand that is missed in this study, Motorola, become the second one in the market. No one know!! But we are so excited to see what would happen in the coming future of the Android mobile war!!!