Most of the us not know about the actual meaning of the gadget specifications giving by the companies. We are always think what is the meaning of the specifications. Here we are to giving all Gadgets Ingredient meaning and answers.
What is PLS TFT?
(Plane Line Switching) LCD is Samsung’s proprietary display design which is similar to IPS (In-Plane Switching) technology. PLS and IPS generally give better viewing angles and image quality with higher maximum brightness. With IPS you can get a more accurate color reproduction.
What is Android Q?
Google on Thursday 15th October’2020, announced the officially named of the Android’s next version as just Android 10. Android Q is now Android 10. Google breaking the 10-year record history of naming Android releases after desserts.
What is Chipset in Smartphone?
Mobile phones run on so-called embedded chipsets. its designed as a integrated circuit that essentially combines together all basic components of a computer system on one chip. We most see this term in mobile phone specifications or phone reviews. Its usually inserted as part of the handset to complete device performance including hardware and other parts.
What Is mAH in Battery?
The mAh stands for milliamps per hour and is the unit that indicates how long (per hour) the Mobile Phone Or any other gadget running on the battery can deliver a certain amount of current (mA). When you charge your smartphone for an hour, your smartphone contains 1000 mAh. For more details visit Mobisun.
What is GSM?
GSM stand for Global System For Mobile Communication. A open and digital cellular technology used for transmitting mobile voice and data services operates at the 800 MHz to 900 MHz frequency bands.
What is Super Amoled Screen?
Super AMOLED provides an exceptional viewing experience for the user. AMOLED display that has an integrated touch function that layer is integrated into the screen itself.
What Is NFC?
It stand Near Field Communication (NFC) technology allows users to make secure transactions and connect electronic devices with a touch. NFC transmissions are short range (from a touch to a few centimetres) and require the devices to be in close proximity.