If you’re on the lookout for a large phone, a phone large enough to comfortably watch movies, TV shows and your favorite YouTube videos, then the new 5.7 inch LG V10 could be the phone you need.
Introduced at the beginning of October 2015, the LG V10 is the latest flagship phone from LG. Perhaps the key attribute of this phone is the fact it boasts an always on secondary 2.1-inch display above its main 5.7-inch quad HD screen to keep you abreast of information such as the date, time, weather, and battery life as well as app shortcuts and playback controls. This changes when you have the main display on, with the secondary panel giving you quick-access to apps, music controls, favorite contacts and notifications.
16 megapixel rear and two front selfie cameras
Like the LG G4, the V10 features a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor, with 4GB (1GB more than the LG G4) of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 16-megapixel rear camera, and not one but two 5-megapixel front cameras for wide-angle selfies. The phone runs on Android 5.1, and on T-Mobile, the V10 includes support for band 12 LTE connectivity. The battery is a 3,000 mAh cell, said to be pretty thirsty for regular charging.
Expert movie making
The V10’s strongest suite however, despite the two selfie cameras, is actually for video making on the go. The phone has a number of settings you can play with to fine tune your videos including the shutter speed, white balance, focus, frame-rate and a 21:9 aspect ratio which means you can shoot footage and watch it back on your widescreen TV in perfect Cinemascope quality with no distortion. 4K recording is also supported and there’s both optical and electronic image stabilization thanks to Steady Record, to ensure your footage doesn’t become a hand-held jerky nightmare. Also new is a 15 second Auto Edit which creates highlights of what you have just shot with none of the blurriness or shakes. If you are familiar with LG G4, you’ll be familiar with the rest of the controls on the camera on the V10 as it is based on the LG G4 which has been hailed as having one of the best Android phone cameras on the market.
While the phone is available in the States and key markets in Asia, it is not yet available in Europe. Why? We don’t know.
The LG V10 T-Mobile deal
A 24 month contract on the LG V10 from T-Mobile will mean you can walk out the door with it for $0 down. Monthly repayments are $25.00. If you go the JUMP! On Demand route, again, it’s nothing down, but 18 payments of $25.00. If you want to own the phone outright the cost is $599.99
T-Mobile currently has a promo that pays out a $100 prepaid card when you buy the LG V10 and LG G Pad F 8.0 together when you buy one device on an Equipment Installment Plan, then buy the second on EIP within 30 days. Up till November 15 early bird T-Mobile customers were receiving a free 200GB microSD card, an extra 3000mAh battery, and a battery-charging cradle, but whether this deal will be repeated is unlikely.
About T-Mobile USA
With a workforce of 45,000, T-Mobile USA is a national provider of wireless voice, messaging, and data services capable of reaching over 293 million Americans where they live, work, and play. Around the country coverage can be quickly checked online by punching in your zip code. T-Mobile claims to have America’s fastest LTE network, and to be America’s fastest improving network having more than doubled their LTE coverage within 2 years, and by the end of 2015, they state they will have increased their reach to more than 300 million people across the country. The service provider’s Extended Range LTE is claimed to reach 2 times farther and works 4 times better in buildings.
Unlock your LG V10 (H901) with UnlockBase
Although it’s only been out for little over a month, of course UnlockBase already unlocks this phone for you. For this we use the Mobile Device Unlock App for Android specific to T-Mobile and the cost is $44.90. Delivery time is between 1 to 2 working days.
UnlockBase is the most experienced remote online unlock service on the web with over 5 million phones unlocked worldwide and counting. We won’t be beaten on price, if you find a genuinely cheaper deal to unlock this phone we will either match or beat the price you have been offered.
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Did you know that the average person checks their phone over 150 times per day, and a smartphone often sits in the pocket of the user for up to 15 and sometimes 18 hours per day? Cell phones emit Electromagnetic Fields/Radiation (EMF/EMR) which are invisible rays being emitted through our ears every time we use the cell phone.
UnlockBase is the largest remote online cellphone site on the web, so because we are unlocking thousands of phones every year, we believe it’s important to educate our customers about using their cellphones safely.
The consequences EMFs are having or are likely to have on our health and wellbeing continue to be debated and argued between doctors and scientists. But with well over 4 billion people now using cellphones around the world and the number increasing everyday, it’s becoming increasingly vital that we understand how this form of radiation works and its potential risks. The majority of research agrees that this form of radiation contributes to human tissues, to varieties of brain cancers such as glioma and meningioma (cancers in the brain) and sleep dysfunction and forgetfulness.
Protecting yourself from these issues should therefore be of primary concern. You can do this in a number of practical and inexpensive ways.
1) Don’t carry your cellphone in your jeans pocket. Think about it, if scientists and doctors believe cellphones are messing with our brain cells, think what a switched on cellphone might be doing close to your genitals. Ideally, carry your cellphone in a bag or an outer garment such as a coat or jacket.
2) Don’t sleep with your cellphone. Many people actually sleep right next to their cellphone, while the vast majority keep the phone within at least 6 feet of themselves at night. If you sleep an average of 6-10 hours a night with your phone within a 6′ radius from your head, then you increase your exposure. Turn off your phone off, or put it on airplane mode. It’s the same for wi-fi routers, keep them out of the bedroom. In fact some sleep experts even recommend removing electronics from the bedroom altogether.
3) Invest in an EMF Proof Headset. This technology is now widely available for less than the cost of a couple of drinks in the bar. One of the market leaders in this EMF Proof head set technology is Blue Tube. Blue Tube technology works just like a stethoscope and allows the user to hear their telephone conversations without the use of wires, which conduct potentially harmful cellphone transmissions directly into the ear. Alternatively, use the speaker function on your phone and keep the phone as far away from yourself as possible.
4) Use an Anti-radiation case for your cellphone. Protect yourself further by slipping your phone into an anti-radiation case when you are carrying the phone. Making and receiving calls while the phone is in the case can reduce EMF radiation to the brain by up to 96%.
5) Turn off your cell phone when not needed. Or at least keep it a few feet away from your body. Even when not in use, as long as your phone is turned on, it continues to emit EMR as it connects to its base station.
6) Limit cellphone use for children. Yes, this may be one of the most difficult things to do, but EMR radiation has far more impact on children than on adults due to the lack of bone density in a child’s skull. You have no doubt noticed how hot your phone feels after a long call. Imagine how much EMR radiation is being released into a child’s brain if he or she makes long calls.
7) Consider a Quantum Balance Crystal. Quantum Balance Crystals (QBCs) have hundreds of thousands of nano-scale quartz crystals that are invisible to the naked eye embedded in a high-grade natural resin. These pendants help counteract the chaotic electromagnetic spectrum that may be bombarding your body and bring your body back into color and energy balance. The dyes used are plant based and the color energy positively influences the balancing of the body’s energy centers, or chakras.
A brand new offering from Alcatel, just released earlier this month, and described as the smartphone that gives you a vibrant onscreen experience packed with all the technology you need to power your mobile life.
The OneTouch Fierce XL (OT-5054N) features a 5.5-inch HD (720p) display screen, and is powered by the Qualcomm ® Snapdragon™ Quad-Core processor with 2GB of RAM, so it’s powerful enough to make multi-tasking nice and easy. The OS is Android 5.1 1 Lollipop. It comes with 16GB of available internal storage, generous for a phone in its price bracket, and you can also add an extra 32GB with a MicroSD card. The display resolution is 720p, which translates to 1,280 x 720 pixels.
The Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL runs on a long-lasting 2500mAh battery offering 12 hours of talk time and 360 hours of standby. The phone also includes an 8MP auto-focus camera enhanced with Polaroid ™ software to enable editing, framing and sharing photos, as well as a not overly exciting 2MP front camera.
But what’s particularly fun about this phone is that in Polaroid mode you can get that old-fashioned instant camera look through the use of filters. This mode allows you to not only add the classic white border to your photos, but to also add the Polaroid classic border logo, as well as date, location, and text tags.
This big but budget priced Android phone was launched on November 2 through Metro PCS for just $140 on pay as you go. But it gets even better. Metro PCS has slashed the $140 price tag in half to offer the ONETOUCH Fierce at a 50% discount offered via a $70 rebate, so the phone, a full 5.5 inch phablet style device, is now down to only $70 overall.
As for Alcatel, its strategy these days to compete with the bigger players is to offer competitively priced Android phones tailored to exact cellphone provider specifications. That said, it is also possible to track down a Windows 10 version of the new phone. According to Alcatel, the phone supports WiFi Calling, HD voice, and VoLTE, and also supports 4G LTE Cat 4 networks. The phone also offers what is known as “enhanced Google Translate”, which allows for instant translations from or to 89 languages via writing, scanning, and speaking.
As for looks, well there’s nothing too radical going on here, it’s a Samsung inspired lookalike with a slim bezel designed with a sleek matte silver finish and rounded corners. The slim 9.45mm silhouette enables the phone to fit in purses and pockets with ease.
Service provider Metro PCS claims to offer coverage to 96% of America, and runs through T-Mobile from coast to coast. Metro PCS are one of the pioneers in offering pay as you go contracts so you are not necessarily stuck with the same phone for two whole years.
Get your Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL unlocked now by UnlockBase.
The phone only went on sale on November 2. One week later and UnlockBase, the web’s leading remote unlock online service, has already got the Device Unlock App ready for you if you want to break out of jail and go with the sim card of your choice, and with our Price Match Promise we will unlock it for $24.00 or less if you can show us a genuinely better deal.
In fact UnlockBase offers unlock services for 1,119 Alcatel cell phone models. Since our launch we have successfully helped over 60,239 customers to unlock Alcatel cellphone devices.
So whether you want to unlock the latest OneTouch Fierce XL or an older Alcatel model, with UnlockBase you will find a solution fast. There’s no need to send us your phone, just provide us the Serial Number (IMEI) of your phone and we will promptly unlock it remotely.
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Today we released an extremely HOT and important update for UnlockBase Cable Unlock Software after adding Direct Unlock support by Cable (using Original USB Cable) for all Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Samsung Galaxy Note 5. This includes the version locked with “Device Unlock App” from T-Mobile USA (World First). The exact list of supported versions are below:
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ (SM-G928A, SM-G928F, SM-G928G, SM-G928T, SM-G928V, SM-G928W8)
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (SM-N9200, SM-N9208, SM-N920A, SM-N920F, SM-N920T, SM-N920V)
For more details please check:
Software Official FAQ: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/unlockbase-software-faq/
List of 388 Supported Models: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/supported-models/
Official ChangeLOG: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/change-log-software-download/
You can order your license from here: https://www.unlockbase.com/cable-unlock/ or from the section “Cable Unlock” of your UnlockBase Wholesale account. And below you will find Video Proof and Guidelines for these two models:
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ (SM-G928T) Unlock Tutorial
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (SM-N920T) Unlock Tutorial
We finally have updated the HTC unlock code Database with 7,745,997 new IMEI entries, last update was in Mai 2015.
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