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Some of the Android Phones with Best UI

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To assess the efficiency, people used to look at benchmarking systems checking the hardware aspect of smartphones. However, the hardware side isn’t all about a portable device’s general efficiency: software development is also among another variable.

When it goes to the software aspect of Android smartphones, companies generally create two decisions: create highly tailored variants of Android for their phones or publish them with a small number of customizations (and also with no UI customizations either) with Android inventory edition.

The first alternative offers more characteristics and helpful apps, whereas the second solution generally leads to stronger performance. In spite of results, Master Lu Benchmark published his private top 10 of the finest Android user interfaces.

Hydrogen OS through One Plus is the greatest and it’s mostly an inventory UI, according to the classification. 2nd, they discover Hawaii’s EMUI, which is a highly tailored variant of Android alternatively.

Smartisan’s fifth position is invaded by Smartisan OS, whereas Xiaomi’s MIUI gets the fourth position. Then received Oppo’s Color OS, Samsung understands on Galaxy-series phones, Google Pixels User interface, HTC’s Sense, Fun touch of Vivo OS, and finally Nubia UI.

There are still a few irritating components of One UI, but they’re not ruining what’s otherwise a comprehensive, consistent, and (dare I mention) reflective Android variant. This is not Samsung’s standard wisdom.

Though in the past couple of years, you have not yet paid near regard to the globe of Android, you may have missed anything: we’re not talking much more about bodies. We used to believe there could be such a thing as real Android, which was then violated on the bottom of it by useless and irritating software levels.

Pure Android is doing far less than it utilized to do nowadays. The simple version of an Android Open Source Project (AOSP) is no longer anything you would like to use on your own so many valuable pieces have been removed from the open-source or are being distributed either by Google or even the manufacturer alternatively.

No Phone Android Anymore with ‘Pure’

So it’s kind of missing the point to speak about real Android and masks. Most Android-built devices have special technology that runs much closer than the body, whether it’s Samsung, Xiaomi or yeah also Google.

Throughout the review for Pixel 2 vs S9, Samsung Galaxy of version S9 is a better Smartphone because it has good video recording performance, wide-angle selfie, till 400 GB expandable storage, greater screen resolution as well as pixel density, larger screen volume, fully AMOLED display, up to 30 minutes visibility of 1.5 meters, flood-resistant IP68, smaller, quicker GPU acceleration and strong CPU, and strong battery capacity.

Here is a brief analysis of Google Pixels 2 vs Samsung Galaxy S9,


Width; Samsung S9 having 8.5 mm, on the other hand, Google Pixel 2 is 7.8 mm wide.


Samsung S9 weighs 6807 mm although Google pixel 2 is 69.7 mm; Google pixel 2 is 143 g, whereas Samsung S9 is 163 g.


Almost all devices are dust-resistant and water-proof.


Pixel 2 of Google is 145.7 mm, while Samsung S9 is 147.7 mm.

Feel and Look

Most of the inventory (Pixel) Android’s esthetic attraction is on house displays and the phone drawer when you get in the menu options and dialog cabinets, it’s fairly utilitarian instead of beautiful.

With Samsung’s One user interface, regard to precision extends into table headings or dialog boxes as well as icons a little closer. Take the flying bubble-style submissions in the Settings panel in One UI, for instance, as opposed to the very registered display on the Pixel devices.

Rarely, Samsung’s propensity to graphic flourish may be above and confusing. With one user interface, however, the equilibrium appears to be pretty good, with fewer useless changes to feel and look.

That’s not to mention the bad design of the Pixel Android OS. The Google Assistant input (one swipe from house monitor to the left) is performed very beautifully, and faster than the Bixby-powered counterpart of Samsung. Notifications on inventory Android feel a little better and easier, we believe.

Thematic and Personalization

Samsung does have the upper hand here, even though we’ve only seen the 1st signs in a theme show up in Android Q. The one user interface has a Wallpaper as well as theme admission on the Settings menu that doesn’t have any counterpart on Android inventory on the Pixels, so you have a number more choices to run around.

The animated wallpapers are quite well done from either the pixel point of view, as is the standard weather and calendar application. All in all, however, we favor Samsung’s One user interface architecture, and it’s also more versatile.

Overall, Samsung’s One user interface is an enhancement on what’s come before it: Everything is clearer and simpler to write, with much more subtle and yet just as effective graphic indications for customers. Many of the icons also seem to have been fixed up to enhance the general look of the Operating system.

Traditionally, the advantage of getting a more stable design is that it’s running quicker, and that’s something Google certainly has in mind. Though, Samsung appears to have produced one user interface nippier and far less laggy than any of its earlier incarnations of TouchWiz or Samsung Understanding, even if we tested it in among of Samsung’s 2019 flagship devices.

Options and Apps

Apps are one region where Samsung, as well as its one-UI variant of Android, is still far behind how much Google can deliver, which may be anticipated. About connections, calendar, calculator, SMS applications, etc., we would be amazed if many individuals preferred Samsung’s alternatives over Google’s.

The variations are most pronounced in the most significant applications: Google Chrome vs. Samsung Internet, Gmail vs. Samsung Email and Google Photos vs Samsung Gallery. Apps from Samsung aren’t awful, but Google has a definite advantage.


Thus these are few of the parameters discussed above where you can compare different phones and the UI they have got.

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New Study Suggests Phone Screen time Negatively affect Grades


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‘Ridgewood NJ,a new study suggests that more screen time can negatively impact a students grades .With 95% of Americans owning a cell phone of some kind and actually 77% of them owning a smartphone (according to pewinternet), the topic of phone time and its potential effects comes into question.

The study asked undergraduate university/college students what their daily phone screen time was the last 7 days and their current grade to see if there could be any correlation between them.The survey consisted of 875 undergraduate post-secondary students (1st-year students aged 17-19) from a number of US schools.To keep the survey simple, respondents were asked what their daily phone screen time was the last 7 days and their current grade.

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4 Tips For Helping Your Child Disconnect From The Electronic World

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September 12,2016

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Ridgewood NJ, Ever since Nintendo made the Pokemon Go video-game app available, young people have been exploring their communities with their eyes firmly fixed on their smartphones rather than on the wonders of the world.

If endless hours spent capturing imaginary creatures seems like an electronic addiction, it very well may be, but that’s nothing new. Many children have been plugged into electronic devices for a long time now, rarely looking up as they help virtual animals save the day, keep race cars on track and watch endless loops of videos on YouTube.

And that can be a concern, says Elaine Fogel Schneider, Ph.D., a therapist and author of “7 Strategies for Raising Calm, Inspired & Successful Children” (

“They are so attached to technology at such an early age and it’s changing their brain circuitry,” Schneider says. “They begin to lose the back and forth communication with their parents, and/or siblings, and the whole notion of empathy. For really young children, these devices have become the babysitter. I fully understand that parents need a break (as do grandparents), but there have to be limits.”

Schneider has tips for parents who worry about how they can control their child’s electronic pastime.

• Set rules. Limit the amount of time your child can spend on an electronic device and be consistent in enforcing those rules. This way your child knows that when you say he or she only has two minutes left, then there really is only two minutes left, not three or four hours.
• Use a timer. A timer does not “lie” and can take the blame away from you when you’re limiting your child’s time on the device. Use the timer that measures down the time your child is spending on the tablet, smartphone, and/or technological game, so that your child knows the end for using that device is approaching, and it won’t be a surprise when time is up. You can even have your child select a tone on the smartphone that he or she likes.
• Be ready with another activity.  Plan an alternative way of engaging your child so when the device is turned off, some other interest can be provided and take his or her mind off the electronic device. “Describe what you’re going to do so the child’s interest is piqued into doing something else that he or she enjoys,” Schneider says.
• Use these tips in your home at first. As with everything, at first there’s a learning curve, so there may be tantrums, tears, melt downs and even depression. That’s why Schneider recommends following these tips at home first. “I wouldn’t think of trying this out in public right away since I don’t think you want to endure the wrath or glances of diners or shoppers as they hear your child scream,” Schneider says.  In time, though, the child will know what is expected, she says, and will be able to disconnect from a smartphone, tablet, or other electronic device without major meltdowns.

“In the long run, you’re doing a service for your child by limiting the amount of time spent on an electronic device,” Schneider says. “I can remember hearing my own mother’s words, ‘I’m doing this for your own good!’ And that’s really true.”

About Elaine Fogel Schneider, Ph.D.

Elaine Fogel Schneider, author of the Amazon bestseller “7 Strategies for Raising Calm, Inspired & Successful Children” (, is one of the country’s leading authorities on touch therapy, and founder of Baby Steps, preparing young children for educational readiness and providing parent coaching. As a sought-after speaker and trainer, she offers interactive presentations and workshops for educators, parents and healthcare professionals.

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PARIS (AP) — A botched attempt to break into the iPhone of an Arab activist using hitherto unknown espionage software has trigged a global upgrade of Apple’s mobile operating system, researchers said Thursday.

The spyware took advantage of three previously undisclosed weaknesses in Apple’s mobile operating system to take complete control of iPhone devices, according to reports published Thursday by the San Francisco-based Lookout smartphone security company and internet watchdog group Citizen Lab. Both reports fingered the NSO Group, an Israeli company with a reputation for flying under the radar, as the author of the spyware.

“The threat actor has never been caught before,” said Mike Murray, a researcher with Lookout, describing the program as “the most sophisticated spyware package we have seen in the market.”

The reports issued by Lookout and Citizen Lab – based at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs – outlined how an iPhone could be completely compromised with the tap of a finger, a trick so coveted in the world of cyberespionage that in November a spyware broker said it had paid a $1 million dollar bounty to programmers who’d found a way to do it. Such a compromise would give hackers full control over the phone, allowing them to eavesdrop on calls, harvest messages, activate cameras and microphones and drain the device of its personal data.

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Fewer orders at Apple suppliers could signal first iPhone sales decline



Some of Apple Inc’s main Asian suppliers expect revenues and orders to drop this quarter, indicating iPhone sales are almost certain to post their first annual decline since the flagship product was launched almost a decade ago.

The forecasts of lackluster sales by companies including Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC), the world’s biggest contract chipmaker, and smartphone camera lens producer Largan Precision Co Ltd add to concerns about Apple’s outlook amid slowing global demand for smartphones.

Industry executives say the latest iPhone did not have enough new features from the previous model to tempt users, raising fears that Apple’s innovative streak – and the profits it has generated – may be running its course.

Apple, which reports December-quarter results on Tuesday, declined to comment on its sales outlook.

“Visibility is only a month at a time and demand is quite weak,” Largan Precision Chief Executive Adam Lin told an earnings briefing, referring to his company’s overall business.

Other suppliers said Apple now only gave them orders one month in advance, instead of the usual three months.

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Phones for outsmarting snoopers get pitched to mass market


Phones for outsmarting snoopers get pitched to mass market
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By Harro Ten Wolde

BARCELONA (Reuters) – Following the U.S. snooping revelations, there is a growing interest in a range of mobile phone products with one central selling point: privacy.

The latest contender is the Blackphone, which runs on a customised version of Google’s Android software and encrypts texts, voice calls and video chats was launched in the Spanish Pavilion at the annual Mobile World Congress industry fair in Barcelona on Monday.

It aims to tap into the market for so-called mobile security management (MSM) products which was estimated to be worth $560 million in 2013 and is expected to nearly double in size to $1 billion a year by 2015, according to ABI Research.–finance.html;_ylt=AwrBEiJknQtTwxwAU9_QtDMD