Now, to help you make the most of your purchase, we have some tips and tricks that can greatly enhance the experience of using the Honor 5X. The Honor 5X is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 616 chipset, which among other things supports Quick Charge 2.0. Since the Honor 5X does not come with any kind of Gorilla Glass protection for the display, Huawei has pre-installed a screen protector on the front glass to protect it from scratches and getting cracked easily. The Honor 5X comes with three different types of power saving mode: Normal, Smart and Ultra. Like other smartphones from China that come with a fingerprint scanner, the sensor on the Honor 5X can also be used for more than just unlocking the device. While the fingerprint scanner makes the double-tap to wake feature on the Honor 5X somewhat redundant, the handset does come with another extremely useful feature called Draw that allows you to draw a letter on the screen to open a specific app.
Taking a cue from Samsung and LG’s book, Huawei has also included a multi-window multitasking feature in Emotion UI dubbed Dual windows.
The Honor 5X comes with on-screen navigation bar that one can customise according to their liking. You can customise the navigation bar on your Honor 5X by going to Settings -> Navigation Bar. By default, Android comes with its own mobile data management system that allows you to prevent apps from using data in the background — be it over Wi-Fi or Mobile Data. The 5.5-inch display on the Honor 5X does make it unmanageable in some situations, and makes one-hand use almost impossible. We were given demonstrations of a couple of the new camera features: low-light and the color sensor. Not long ago, it was tipped that Google could come up with a new design for the software home button that is featured on devices that don’t have a physical counterpart. By now, you’ve probably spent a good enough time catching everything there is to catch in Pokemon Go.
Moans and groans around the world were heard when Niantic started bringing the hammer down on great third-party Pokemon GO companion apps like these. The latest version of the Android Wear app is notifying users of the Together watch face that Google will officially be shutting it down on Sept 30th, along with the reason why they’re doing it.
A new report on the unannounced 6GB model of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 claims that the phone will sell for $916 in China. The Samsung Galaxy S6 active shares plenty with the regular Galaxy S6, and that's particularly true when you're talking about the internal specs. Verizon has 3 new limited edition color options for the Motorola DROID Turbo on the way, all of which are a bit metallic in style. All in all, Microsoft says about the Pix app that it's here to let you enjoy moments, instead of "struggling" to capture them. At first my initial reaction was "Of course its on iOS first, everyone comes to Android later" but then by the end of the article, it does sound like MS is slamming Apple's native camera app. Either way, if MS can actually make a great app for another platform, then good on them for actually making it and releasing it.
At the beginning of Pokemon Go, you get to choose between three different starter Pokemon - Bulbasaur, Squirtle, and Charmander. You start with 50 Poke Balls; you will quickly deplete your cache if you're a good player but you will deplete it even faster if you're bad and you don't master your throws well.
Once you're near a PokeStop and open it up, you should swipe the circular image of the real-life venue. We can all miss a Pokemon the first time we throw a Poke Ball at it, but luckily, these shouldn't go to waste -- you can actually tap and recover a rolling Poke Ball that has missed its target!
After you've got your fair share of sweet items from a PokeStop and it turns from blue to pink, you should know that it will reset in some 5 minutes or so.
The game encourages you to capture every Pokemon you stumble upon thanks to a smart gameplay mechanic.
You should not skip on Pidgey, Caterpie, Weedle, Zubat, Ratata and other unimpressive low-end Pokemon.
After you play the game for a while, you will capture lots of low-end Pokemon with humble CP (Combat power).
The Nearby menu in the bottom right corner of the screen shows you what Pokemon are in your immediate vicinity. Once you're about to capture a Pokemon, take not of the color ring that surrounds the Pokemon. If you stumble upon a PokeStop with pink flowers flying around, this means that another player has used Lure on it.


After you have evolved your Pokemon with Candy, you can power it up by using Stardust and any Candy you might have left. The handset features a metallic unibody construction, a 13MP rear shooter, a fingerprint scanner, a 5.5-inch Full HD display, and all-day battery life. Ideally, the phone should be using the Normal power saving mode by default, where the network and CPU activity are not restricted. Thus, I will highly recommend all Honor 5X owners to switch their phone to the normal power saving mode, which might have a small impact on the battery life of the handset, but will ensure great performance. Among other things, you can use the fingerprint sensor to go a step back, directly jump to the home screen, answer calls, stop the alarm from ringing, take photos and more. Do note that these features don’t verify your fingerprint first before doing any action that you enable, which means that they can be triggered by anyone using your phone.
This might not be sufficient for most people, especially if they play heavy games like Asphalt 8, Real Racing 3 and more. While you cannot add custom shortcuts or rearrange the buttons according to your liking, you can chose from a bunch of pre-specified combination, including having an extra button on the nav bar to expand the notification shade or lock the display.
Huawei has taken things to the next level in Emotion UI and provides users with the option to restrict apps from using mobile data or Wi-Fi on a per-app basis. To help users in such situations, Huawei has included a very handy one-handed layout mode in Emotion UI. LG set up a Galaxy S6, a G4, and a G4 with the color sensor disabled, pointed at the same scene. You also know that it’s getting much more difficult to play the game without purchasing in-game upgrades. As much as most of you want to believe the company is the big bad wolf, their reasoning is neatly summed up with 1 telling image. In addition to the increase in RAM, the phone is also expected to feature 128GB of internal storage. You have the same processor, RAM, storage, screen and ports, with the big change being a large bump in battery capacity. You’ll have your choice of Blue, Orange or Violet accents for the camera ring, DROID logo, volume rocker and power buttons. Be sure to check out our Motorola DROID Turbo review if you need some insight before hitting the buy button.
Called Microsoft Pix (as previously reported), the application makes use of AI (artificial intelligence) to automatically tweak your photos and videos and make the best out of each and one of them.
It certainly seems that the company believes the native iPhone camera app is not that great at capturing photos in the right moment, doesn't it?You can download Microsoft Pix from the source link found at the end of this article. However, there's a hidden fourth option - you can pick Pikachu, arguably the most popular Pokemon out there, as your starter! How to get it?
Apart from buying Poke Balls with real money, there's a nifty way of getting these for free!You will get free Poke Balls every time you level up (usually around 15).You can visit PokeStops to get free items, including poke balls. You will need these to get free Candy from the Professor, which is the essential currency needed for evolving and powering up higher tiers of the same Pokemon. You won't have to search for it with your camera - the Pokemon will be centered ahead of you at all times, which will make aiming with the Poke Ball at it times easier. Green means it's dead easy to get it, yellow indicates capturing that Pokemon will be challenging, orange means it will be even more difficult, and red means that you will have a hard time getting it inside a PokeBall.
Once you're about to throw a Poke Ball at a Pokemon, press it and hold it -- you should see a colored ring around the Pokemon that will begin to shrink. Lures, as you might imagine, attract wild Pokemon to that specific place, allowing you to catch many in a short period of time. For example, if you tap the map twice and swipe up or down, the view will zoom out or in, respectively.
Luckily, Niantic has thrown in the nifty option to rename any of your Pokemon by heading to your inventory and tapping the one you desire to nick name.
To do so, you will need Pokemon-specific Candy, and naturally, a Pokemon that has not evolved to the max. This means that even if you have some high-level Pokemon you might still want to evolve their non-primary, low-tier duplicates in order to get the XP.
You get heaps of the stuff as you capture any Pokemon; you can also treat yourself to a steady daily influx of Stardust by remaining in control of a Pokemon Gym. You really are going to struggle to find a smartphone that is better than the Honor 5X inside $200, and if you have spent your hard earned money on it, congrats!
Due to this, when charged with the stock charger, the Honor 5X can take its own sweet time to go from 0-100%.


It gets oily and greasy after a few hours of use, and I will highly recommend you to remove it and replace it with third-party screen protector — preferably tempered. However, to make sure that the 5X delivers outstanding battery life, Huawei ships the phone on Smart power saving mode. You can also swipe on the fingerprint scanner from various directions to expand the notification panel and bring up the Recents App list.
Thankfully though, Huawei has included a microSD card slot on the Honor 5X, which means that you can move apps to SD card to free up internal storage. The pre-installed system apps can also be prevented from using mobile data, which can come in handy when your monthly data allowance is running very low. Once this mode is enabled, you can trigger a one-hand layout in Emotion UI by simply swiping from left to right or right to left on the navigation bar.
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Thankfully, a newly-leaked animation shows it’s not as bad as we thought it would be.
If you found any app is not freeware, Trial or Ad supported please contact us and app will be removed shortly. Apple's camera software is certainly lacking for photography enthusiasts, but for normal everyday people, it's perfect. These can be Poke Balls or Pokemon eggs that you will have to hatch with your built-in egg incubator by walking around a couple of miles.
Chances are that each of these will have different attack moves and CP (Combat power) stats.
In the example we've provided below, we've transferred one of our weaker Pidgeys to Professor Willow, who rewarded us with 1 Pidgey Candy as a result. If you tap on such an icon and move in the right direction of the Pokemon in question, the menu will create a green ping, indicating that you're in the right direction.
Once it's in its smallest diameter, that's when you have the highest chance of capturing a high-CP Pokemon. Each Lure lasts for 30 minutes, so make sure to stick around that location when you use it! Here's how easily is to do so: we decided to evolve our Pidgeotto to a Pidgeot, so we accumulated the needed 50 Pidgey Candy by transferring our low-level Pidgeys to Professor Willow, then we opened our Pidgeotto's page and hit Evolve. Then, trigger the feature by swiping up using two fingers from the navigation bar or tap and hold the recents key button. Depending on which direction you swipe, the UI will shrink to that part of the screen to aid one-hand usability.
The G4 is also one of the first smartphones to take advantage of Lollipop’s new manual camera settings and RAW photos.
The G4 shows more detail when zoomed in and the colors are more vibrant, despite being a low-light photo. We still don’t know pricing and availability, but we expect the typical $200 price tag on all carriers.
Maybe if MSFT focused on improving their own platform instead of slamming others they would be in a better position. As an added bonus, disabling AR will potentially save you some battery juice, as the device won't be using that rear camera of yours. You are also more likely to get a "Nice!", "Great!" or even an "Excellent!" catch, both of which reward you with XP.
Regardless, it should be a point of interest for you - head to that location and prepare your PokeBalls. This will bring up a lit of applications that support Dual windows, which sadly is on the lower side. The game will try hard to make you pick one of these, but as long as you're stubborn and walk away, you will be finally rewarded with Pikachu. You can turn off the AR feature by flicking the toggle in the upper left corner of the screen that appears once you're about to capture a Pokemon. With easy-to-capture Pokemon, this won't make a big difference, but if you stumble upon a high-CP one that boasts a red ring around it, you will want to use that technique.



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