Yesterday, we saw Xiaomi launched new teaser with the words AA on the top. And Finally we get that it was the teaser for the cheapest Leadcore Powered Xiaomi smartphone, the all new Xiaomi Redmi 2A.

Xiaomi announced this new smartphone just a few minutes after it announced its featured Xiaomi Mi Note Ladies Edition. This new new Xiaomi Redmi 2A will be powered by the low cost Leadcore SoC. It will feature L1860C quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz along with Mali T628MP2 GPU.

Xiaomi Redmi 2A will be a 4.7-inch display sporting HD 720p resolution. As per teaser the phone will have an 8MP shooter at the back and a 2MP shooter up front. You also get a decent 2200mAh battery at the back with quick charge support. Despite its entry level placement, the Redmi 2A supports 4G LTE Dual SIM Dual Standby.

For this specification, the Redmi 2A will  be one of the best smartphones in this price range. The phone will be available in 599 Yuan. But, as a part of the Xiaomi festival, the Redmi 2A will be sold for just 499 Yuan on April 8.

And we all know that Xiaomi first launch its smartphone in china and we will get this low cost smartphone in nearly future.


What is Fresco ??

Facebook launch an image library software named Fresco which is a powerful system for displaying images in Android applications. It takes care of image loading and display so you don't have to.Fresco's image pipeline will load images from the network, local storage, or local resources. To save data and CPU, it has three levels of cache; two in memory and another in internal storage.Fresco's Drawees show a placeholder for you until the image has loaded and automatically show to the image when it arrives. When the image goes off-screen, it automatically releases its memory.

Displaying images quickly and efficiently on Facebook for Android is important. Yet we have had many problems storing images effectively over the years. Images are large, but devices are small. Each pixel takes up 4 bytes of data — one for each of red, green, blue, and alpha. If a phone has a screen size of 480 x 800 pixels, a single full-screen image will take up 1.5 MB of memory. Phones often have very little memory, and Android devices divide up what memory they have among multiple apps. On some devices, the Facebook app is given as little as 16 MB — and just one image could take up a tenth of that!

What happens when your app runs out of memory? It crashes. We set out to solve this by creating a library we're calling Fresco — it manages images and the memory they use. Crashes begone.

Effects on Memory :

A decompressed image - an Android Bitmap - takes up a lot of memory. This leads to more frequent runs of the Java garbage collector. This slows apps down. The problem is especially bad without the improvements to the garbage collector made in Android 5.0.

On Android 4.x and lower, Fresco puts images in a special region of Android memory. It also makes sure that images are automatically released from memory when they're no longer shown on screen. This lets your application run faster - and suffer fewer crashes.

Apps using Fresco can run even on low-end devices without having to constantly struggle to keep their image memory footprint under control.

Customize Loading :

Fresco's image pipeline lets you customize the load in a variety of ways:

  • Specify several different uris for an image, and choose the one already in cache for display
  • Show a low-resolution image first and swap to a higher-res one when it arrives
  • Send events back into your app when the image arrives
  • If the image has an EXIF thumbnail, show it first until the full image loads (local images only)
  • Resize or rotate the image
  • Modify the downloaded image in-place
  • Decode WebP images, even on older versions of Android that don't fully support them

Drawing Features :

Fresco uses Drawees for display. These offer a number of useful features:

  • Scale the image to a custom focus point, instead of the centre
  • Show the image with rounded corners, or a circle
  • Let users tap the placeholder to retry load of the image, if the network load failed
  • Show custom backgrounds, overlays, or progress bars on the image
  • Show a custom overlay when the user presses the image

Animations Related Features :

Animated GIFs and WebPs can be challenging for apps. Each frame is a large Bitmap, and each animation is a series of frames. Fresco takes care of loading and disposing of frames and managing their memory.

Streaming Related Features :

Progressive JPEG images have been on the Web for years. These let a low-resolution scan of the image download first, then gradually improve the quality as more of the image downloads. This is a lifesaver for users on slow networks.

Android's own imaging libraries don't support streaming. Fresco does. Just specify a URI, and your app will automatically update its display as more data arrives.

Most Useful Feature :- Open Source 

Having built this elaborate tool set for image display and manipulation, we wanted to share it with the Android developer community. We are pleased to announce that, as of today, this project is now available as open source.


One of the main advantages of running the Android platform is its customization OS which is a lot freer and easier to do compared to other operating systems, like Apple’s iOS platform. But wait Now Other competitor also allow this feature with some extra features.As per announcement Cyanogen 12 (Lollipop-based) launched by the end of the month, the Cyanogen team announced two new features coming to the OS: individual app theming and paid themes.

Cyanogen has recently talk about the upcoming feature Of update on their blog and basically for those hearing about this for the first time, the App Themer feature will allow users to apply individual themes to their apps. Instead of a theme that is applied across the board, users can choose to theme individual apps according to your taste. This will be a useful feature for users who want to customize every detail of their smartphone, or for those who feel that there are some apps that just don’t fit into their overall theme.

First up, App Themer can let users choose specific themes for individual apps. Accessible from the Theme soul, the feature solely permits choosing one among the put in themes, thus you won’t be ready to manually tweak the looks of apps. However, the feature ought to still be terribly useful for the days once the system theme doesn’t look sensible on a selected app or once you merely like some apps to appear totally different. There’s no limit on what number apps you'll be able to theme or what number totally different themes you'll be able to use.

The second feature you don't like much because it is paid themes, which has long been requested by Cyanogen themes looking to monetize their work. Free themes will continue to be available, but it’s safe to assume that many high quality themes will be paid going forward. You will need a Play Store account to buy themes.

I predict that new features will roll out as part of the Cyanogen 12S update coming over the air to the OnePlus One on or before March end. The Yureka Yu and Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2+ will also receive the update via OTA in the coming weeks or months.

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Benchmarking sites like GFXBench and Tenna have many a times gives specs of upcoming smartphones Of  company. This time, it was one of the crazyest Xiaomi’s upcoming phones, code named Xiaomi Ferrari that was spotted on this GFXBench website. The device did not have a specific model number, but it could be a part of the company’s affordable Redmi lineup.

The GFXBench entry shows mid-range specs. This mobile comes with  new Snapdragon 615 octa-core 64-bit processor clocked at 1.6GHZ with Adreno 405, 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage space. The display up front is of 4.9-inches and comes with a full HD 1080p resolution. The rear camera will be of 13MP while there will be a 5MP front shooter for selfies. Finally, the device will come with the latest Android 5.0.2 Lollipop version.

GFXBench reveals that the Xiaomi Ferrari scores 692 in its single core test and 2481 in the multi-core test. For a mid-ranger mobile this is great.

As you can see, the new Xiaomi Ferrari would fit perfectly into the company’s Redmi lineup. The octa-core processor, 13MP camera and Android 5.0.2 will ensure takers provided the company prices it appropriately.

 GFXBench didn't show some information like the battery, and pricing. The display resolution in particular is a bit interesting, since we don’t see many companies use full HD resolution on a 5-inch panel. So, lets wait and see if we get more details about the Xiaomi Ferrari. If the phone is real, expect more leaks soon.


Surprise, Interestingly UMi have released an exciting new tool called RootJoy that allows you to easily update and install custom Android ROM’s on your UMi Zero. Here’s how to make the most of your UMi Zero with the new Rootjoy UMi Tool.

When UMi released its flagship UMi Zero they turned over a new concept. The UMi Zero showed us all that UMi were back and able to make high-quality Android smartphones capable of taking on some of the finest on the market. View Full UMi Zero Review .

The Zero catches a lot of attention for it’s alloy body, glass panels front and rear, 5-inch FHD Super AMOLED display and 13 mega-pixel F1.8 Sony main camera and 2 Gb Ram. Since the launch of the phone UMi have been releasing Android updates for their flagship, but soon realised a neater and easier method of ROM installation was needed, and so this amazing concept RootJoy Umi Tool was born and its really a game changer for now a days.

What is RootJoy?

In simple RootJoy is a PC based software that is designed to allow you to easily update and customize your UMi Zero Rom(and future UMi phones?) to the latest stable ROM version, but UMi have also added a few more features.

The tool also allows you to backup your phone data too so you can simply restore your mobile should anything go wrong, uninstall applications, manage your video’s or photos and even your contacts.

How to Install root joy describe at gizchina step by step. If you eager to know how you can change rom than please visit gizchina . they give you each information of  Root joy and also its installing process.

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Xiaomi breaks the market with its high end and low cost mobiles and has been aggressively expanding its product portfolio in the past few months. We have already seen a new lineup of Mobiles, namely the top end Xiaomi Mi Note and now, it looks like Xiaomi may have another version of last year’s flagship Mi4 .

The Xiaomi Mi4 2GB edition was recently spotted on the Chinese certification website TENAA. Excite news is the phone has 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. On the other hand, the regular Xiaomi Mi4 version came with 3GB RAM and 16/64GB internal storage options.

The TENAA entry shows that there are three different version of this device made for three different carries in China namely, China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom and all the models support 4G LTE networks. We expect rest of the specs to be similar to the regular model.

Xiaomi did the same with this year’s Redmi model, by offering a 2GB variant at a slightly higher price and more powerful features . And this process Looks like its going to do the same with Xiaomi Mi4 too.

No doubt, the major motto of reducing the specs is to bring down the cost and it is said that the Xiaomi Mi4 2GB edition will cost just about 1799 Yuan which comes to $289.

As per my opinion if this 2 Gb Model comes with dual sim and also different color options like redmi model than definitely create thunder in Mobile market. Because this flagship already creates history with its high end features and low prize tag.


Meizu have posted a small teaser on their official store meizumart.com stating that the affordable and 2 Gb Ram Meizu m1 note will be launching soon to create thunder in International Market.

Firstly The Meizu m1 note launched in its home town China just before Christmas and create thunder in chinese market with its affordable prize and high end features. Selling of 999 Yuan Meizu m1 note has been creating records in China since launch and company has also developed a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 version of the phone.

However Meizu do plan to officially launch the budget smartphone officially to internatonal fans soon. The Meizu m1 note boasts a 5.5-inch FHD display, octacore MT6752 processor, LTE, 13 mega-pixel rear camera and is the first Meizu to offer dual SIM support.

In China the phone comes in varient like TD, FDD and CDMA models, and there is even a version with Snapdragon 615 chipset! The international version of the phone is believed to retail a 64bit Mediatek chip and could cost just over $200.



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