Which phone is better Lenovo Vibe X3 or Moto X Play?

I have used Moto X Play 32GB(after theft) now I m using Lenovo Vibe X3 32GB. And according to me Lenovo Vibe X3 is a clear winner.

I will give points for pros in square bracket and you can decide the clear winner in the end.

PLATFORM:

Lenovo Vibe X3

OS

Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop) update available for Marshmallow 6.0.1

Chipset

Qualcomm MSM8992 Snapdragon 808 [ +1]

CPU

Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 & Dual-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A57 [+1]

GPU

Adreno 418 [+1]

Moto X Play

OS

Android OS, v5.1.1 (Lollipop) update available for Marshmallow 6.0.1

Chipset

Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615 (Chipset has heating issues, you can google it)

CPU

Quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 [+1] & quad-core 1.0 GHz Cortex-A53

GPU

Adreno 405

DISPLAY:

Lenovo Vibe X3

Type

IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors

Size

5.5 inches (~70.8% screen-to-body ratio)

Resolution

1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density)

Multitouch

Yes, Touch up to 10 fingers [+1]

Protection

Corning Gorilla Glass 3

MOTO X Play

Type

IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors

Size

5.5 inches (~74.4% screen-to-body ratio)

Resolution

1080 x 1920 pixels (~403 ppi pixel density)(Doesn’t matter human eye can only detect 300 ppi pixel density) [+1]

Multitouch

Yes, Touch up to 5 fingers

Protection

Corning Gorilla Glass 3

MEMORY:

Moto X Play

Card slot

microSD, up to 256 GB (dedicated slot) [+1] (It can use both slots for sim 1 and sim 2 as well as memory card)

Internal

32/64 GB, 2 GB RAM

Lenovo Vibe X3

Card slot

microSD, up to 256 GB (uses SIM 2 slot)

Internal

32/64 GB, 3 GB RAM [+1]

CAMERA:

Moto X Play

Primary

21 MP, f/2.0, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash,

Video

1080p@30fps, captures HD video

Secondary

5 MP, f/2.2

Lenovo Vibe X3

Primary

21 MP, f/2.0, 27mm, Sony IMX230 sensor (compared with DSLR camera) with hybrid autofocus phase detection autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash [+1]

Video

2160p@30fps, captures 4K videos [+1]

Secondary

8 MP [+1]

BODY:

Moto X Play

Dimensions

148 x 75 x 10.9 mm (5.83 x 2.95 x 0.43 in)

Weight

169 g (5.96 oz) [+1] (Plastic Body)

SIM

Nano-SIM

– Water repellent nano-coating (IP52 certified) [+1]

Lenovo Vibe X3

Dimensions

154 x 76.5 x 9.3 mm (6.06 x 3.01 x 0.37 in) [+1]

Weight

175 g (6.17 oz) (As the dimension is more and it has metal body for premium looks, weight may be the factor)

SIM

Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)

COMMS:

Moto X Play

WLAN

Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, hotspot

Bluetooth

v4.0, A2DP, LE

GPS

Yes, with A-GPS

NFC

Yes

Radio

FM radio [+1]

USB

microUSB v2.0

Lenovo Vibe X3

WLAN

Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot [+1]

Bluetooth

v4.1, A2DP, LE [+1]

GPS

Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS

NFC

Yes

Infrared port

Yes [+1]

USB

microUSB v2.0

SOUNDS:

Moto X Play

Alert types

Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones

Loudspeaker

Yes

3.5mm jack

Yes

– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic

Lenovo Vibe X3

Alert types

Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones

Loudspeaker

Yes, with stereo speakers

3.5mm jack

Yes

– Dolby Atmos ( This is the main reason why I got this phone, you will feel like god when you listen to music, watch movies or video with good quality headsets) [+1]

It has DAC (Digital-to-Analog Converter) technology which you won’t get at such price rates. I can give unlimited points on this but to be biased I will give just 1 point.

Turbo Hi-Fi [+1]

– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic

BATTERY:

This is really tricky part of this phone, as Moto X Play has heating issues and the tall claims made by company regarding battery life which will last for more than a day is false. No matter how much big battery you have even 10000 mAH battery won’t last a day if your phone has heating issues and after upgrading to MM version Moto X Play started to drain more faster. But still I have to give a point to Moto X Play just to show the bigger battery on paper.

Both have fast battery charging: 60% in 30 min (Quick Charge 2.0) but depend on the fast charger you use.

Moto X Play

Non-removable 3630 mAh battery [+1]

Lenovo Vibe X3

Non-removable Li-Po 3500 mAh battery

FEATURES:

Moto X Play

Sensors

accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass

Lenovo Vibe X3

Fingerprint [+1], Auto Record calls [+1], Smart answer (answers call automatically when placed near your ears) [+1], Smart switch (switches to earpie mode during speaker phone when the device is raised near your ear) [+1], High sensitivity touch (you can operate screen while wearing gloves) [+1], accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass.

Last but not the least one of my fav. feature VR mode. Awesomeness is only the one word you can use here if you compare this feature. [+1]

If you buy Lenovo Vibe X3 just don’t forget to buy best quality VR headsets to get the super 3D feeling.

Now let me put the points which will prove who is the clear winner.

Moto X Play Points : 7 points

Lenovo Vibe X3 Points : 19 points

Please do tell me if I missed any point. Hope this review has helped you and made clear winner. As both are good flagship phones in it’s own way. But in the end we all deserve the best.

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Some really cool features in Cars that you’ll love to experience!

These features are absolutely incredible:

  1. BMW Brake Drying

You know when it’s pouring cats and dogs, the most common advice you hear is not to brake too hard or your car might skid? Well, BMW is ahead of the curve on that one.

Simply put, Brake Drying dries your brakes while you are driving. Activated by your windshield wipers, this new BMW system intermittently moves the brake pads close to the rotors to keep them dry and improve your stopping power in wet weather conditions – in my opinion, this should be a must have in any car because it is a brilliant safety precaution and has the potential to save lives.

2. Honda Lane-watch

Again, another innovative safety feature – Honda has placed a camera on the sideview mirror to help drivers change lanes. Instead of looking in the sideview mirror and glancing over your shoulder (problems because of the infamous blind-spot) you simply turn on your indicator (which activates the camera) and look at your center screen. The camera shows the entire lane next to you, showing you not only what’s in your blind-spot, but also offering guidelines detailing exactly how far you are from other vehicles.

Honda Lane-watch is an amazing system, and I wish all cars offered it.

3. Mercedes-Benz AIRSCARF

Don’t you just hate it when you’re driving in your convertible and you want to put the top down but it’s too cold to do so? It’s a hard-knock life, but Mercedes has found a way to make it easier.

This life-saving system is called AIRSCARF, and it is a built-in heating system that sends warm air – not from the dashboard but rather from the seats’ headrest – onto your neck, hence an air-scarf (it’s a really catchy name honestly I’ll give them that). The result is that you can stay warmer than usual when cruising around in your Mercedes convertible and can put the top down on a cold day. Game-changing isn’t it?

4. Nissan Easy-Fill Tire Alert

Out of all the systems on this list, this is the one that you will probably use the least. Nissan Easy-Fill Tire Alert pretty much takes all the guesswork out of filling your tires. When you fill up your tires, generally it involves filling it up, checking if it’s at the right pressure, filling up some more, – oops too much – taking air back out and so on until your tires are full. Sure, it’s only about once every few months that you fill up your tires, but Nissan has your back.

With this system, this tedious exercise is non-existent. You simply fill up your tires until the horn honks and the headlights light up, indicating the right pressure of air. While it is a novel concept, Nissan customers can rest easy knowing that they’ll be out of the gas station about 27 seconds quicker than their Honda rivals.

5. Subaru-Eyesight

Now this, this is an invention that I would most definetely buy a Subaru for.

The Subaru-Eyesight offers a wide range of modern features, such as adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, a blind spot monitoring system and rear cross traffic alert. Yes that’s all fine and dandy, but that’s not the real reason I would get a Subaru.

The Subaru-Eyesight basically has a feature that switches on when the car isn’t moving, and alerts you when cars around you start to move. When is this useful?

Picture this. You come to a full stop at a red light. You are the first one in line. Your phone beeps as a text message comes in. You pick it up (Disclaimer: I don’t text and drive…maybe) and read the message you received. All of a sudden, the guy behind you is honking like the world is about to come to an end because Godzilla is coming behind him and he doesn’t want to die and you look up from your phone – startled as fu*k – and you realize that he’s honking because the light turned green a second ago and then you become angry as f-

The Subaru-Eyesight beeps when the cars next to you begin moving because the light turned green so you can look up from your phone and start driving again. Get it.

6. Volvo Drowsiness Detection

This is another potential life-saving feature – this time designed by Volvo. As you can probably see from the picture, this system alerts the driver when he or she seems to be drowsy and needs to rest before continuing to drive. But how does it do it?

Well, Volvo Drowsiness Detection features a rear facing camera that scans the driver and monitors eye and head movement to see if you’re too drowsy to be driving. Chances are that at that point, you’re already aware that you are too sleepy to be driving, but it definitely helps to have an outside source confirm it, and this comes in definite handy if you’re driving alone.

These are some absolutely incredible inventions, and while some may be over the top (read: AIRSCARF), many of these are dire safety features that should be included in all vehicles.

Source: Quora

Is Google Assistant better that Siri ?

  1. When I asked why it has no fancy name.
  • Bartholomew is an English name derived from Aramaic name meaning “son of talmai”.
  • Where Bar is Aramaic for son and marks patronym (name derived from name of father or ancestors).
  • Talmai comes telem “furrow” or is a herbrew version of Ptolemy or filius.

Source : bartholomew name meaning – Google Search

2. When I asked about the favorite fruit!

Yes assistant I’m glad I asked i thought I was couch potato and had this lines *potato potato ching chang tomato* always running on my mind,some one called me orange ^_^

3. When i was service-zoned!

4. This is why I love google assistant!

6. The bifurcation theory ….

7. That’s a great way to start your day when you exist virtually 😉

8. The new kid of google!

9. Captain america or iron man?

10. You’re always beautiful to some one 😛

11. The back flip..

12. Some more responses for are you better than siri!

13. 😀

14. Such a small world

15. 1,2…

16. The assistant always assures a smile

17. One more…

Source: Quora

Can you think of something that can power Japan for 50 years..

Here it is.

Typhoon Turbine – Can power Japan for 50 years!

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Atsushi Shimizu, an engineer in Japan, invented the world’s first typhoon turbine.

A robust, egg beater-shaped wind turbine, designed not only to withstand the incredible force of a tropical cyclone, but also to harness it.

A mature typhoon produces a level of kinetic energy “equivalent to about half the world-wide electrical generating capacity,” according to the Atlantic Oceanographic & Meteorological Laboratory.

The energy from one typhoon, says Shimizu, could power Japan for 50 years.

In terms of energy, Japan actually has a lot more wind power than it does solar power, it’s just not utilized.

The country has already seen 6 typhoons in 2016.

“Japan has the potential to be a super power of wind,” says Shimizu.

Japan imported wind turbines from Europe and were not suitable for their climatic conditions and so they customized it completely. It was designed in such a way that it can handle unpredictable and violent wind patterns.

Key to the invention is the principle of the Magnus effect – the way air curves around anything that rotates (like a basketball), and applies pressure on it at the same time.

In this case, it allows the blades around the turbine to generate movement – which you can see the video below. At the same time, the central rod can be tightened to slow down or stop the blades, regardless of the external forces generated by the typhoon.