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Create vintage themed photos with Holga Lens Filter Kit for Galaxy S II
Lovers of retro themed pictures can now rejoice. The Holga Lens Filter Kit is now available for android fans who own Samsung’s Galaxy S II.
The Holga kit, works like a phone case. You just slip it to your Galaxy S II and 9 different and crazy special effects and filters can now be used along with your phone camera. You don’t need to download a photo app to enjoy vintage themed photos.
Holga has released a version of their lens kit for iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s users, last November.
The Holga Lens Filter Kit for Galaxy S II can be yours for only $28.View Article Source »
It's the leak before the flood, as HTC Pyramid and Samsung Galaxy S II Mini has been spotted over the cyber jungle.
HTC and Samsung’s upcoming smartphone contenders have been spotted in the wild, and it looks like they’re in it to stay in the battlefield. An anonymous photographer has taken a snapshot of an alleged HTC Pyramid smartphone, while UK carrier – Three – has released their spring-summer lineup, revealing the release date (or rather release month) of the Samsung Galaxy S II Mini.
Techblog.gr received an email which contains photographs of the alleged HTC Pyramid smartphone from an anonymous source. No further details were shared about the website, but it seems like the “HTC Pyramid” has an off-center camera plus dual LED flash. The silver streak in the design plus its curved corners give the HTC phone a classy finish.
UK carrier, Three, has unveiled their entire spring-summer lineup to Engadget.com and it looks like we’re in for something good this coming June with the Samsung Galaxy S II Mini (not to be confused with the Samsung Galaxy Mini). The Android 2.3 Honeycomb handset is equipped with a 1.4GHz processor and 21Mbps HSPA+ connectivity under the housing of a 3.7-inch screen. It’s also revealed that the Nokia X7, LG Optimus 3D tablet, HTC Flyer and WiFi-only Blackberry Playbook is making their debuts really soon.View Article Source »
The Consortium has spoken and the Samsung Galaxy S II heralds the arrival of the MHL.
We’re already impressed with the Samsung Galaxy S II as it is, but one tiny detail about Samsung’s latest Android phone went under our noses during the Mobile World Congress that’s probably just as important as the next feature, and that’s the MHL port. The Samsung Galaxy S II is the first smartphone to ever have the said port which switches the phone into USB data or MHL audio/video modes. A special 5-wire micro-USB to HDMI cable is provided to let you send video and audio to HDMI displays. The MHL cable also allows you to charge your smartphones to HDMI-enabled televisions, although no television is capable of doing that yet, perhaps in Q2 of 2011.
The MHL project was first announced way back in 2008 with the approval of a consoritium that is composed of Nokia, Samsung, Sony, Silicon Image, and Sony. Hit the break and watch the video to know more about the MHL.Read the rest of the article »
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