List of 4G smartphone with best battery life

List of 4G smartphone with best battery life

The smartphones in this list have the best life and battery capacity with 4000, 5000 mAh (milli-ampere-hours or ampere-hours). We have included a feature smartphone with reversible charge and quick-charge base.

 

The list of smartphones is consolidated after a thorough analysis of all models available worldwide. The long battery life of smartphones are an ideal companion if you travel a lot or use it daily for hours. These are the best smartphone battery with support for 4G.

 

We usually fight for battery life with low battery capacity, and we often find recharging points at airports, coffee shops, and long trips. The item has the best long mobile life of Rs. 5000 ($ 75).

 

With the increasing use of 4G data, particularly the distribution of videos and games, the battery more quickly. The alternative is to have a power bank, but most people do not want to carry an extra device at all times. This requires the purchase of a battery in the optimal smartphone.

 

You can check the specifications of the Top 10 smartphones mentioned later in this article and click on the following link to access the details of each smartphone. I would suggest reading the publication below, will review the content of smartphones that you might consider buying.

 

Here are the top smartphones of battery life, starting with the Nubia N1 big battery phone battery with 5000 mAh capacity.

 

List of the best phones with battery backup with prices ranging from Rs. 248 to Rs. 64,412. We found 111 mobiles. A summary of the results:

 

The most popular phones: redmi Rating Xiaomi 4 Xiaomi redmi range 3S Prime and Gionee A1 at the top of the popularity charts.

 

Best Cell Phones: The best phones to buy are Oppo F3 Plus with a score of 96, Samsung Galaxy Pro C9 with a score of 94 and Asus Zenfone Ultra 3 with a score of 93.

 

Performance: Oppo mobile phones such as the F3 Plus Samsung Galaxy Pro and C9 Umi Plus E offer smooth running and no delays.

 

Screen: Smartphones like Samsung Galaxy Pro C9, Pro and Samsung Galaxy A9 M5 Gionee Marathon Plus have good resolution and color reproduction.

 

Camera: With more megapixels and vivid images, Oppo F3 Plus, Asus Zenfone 3 Ultra and Coolpad Cool1 Dual 3 GB of RAM are the best buy in camera performance.

 

Battery: Mobile as Doogee T6 Pro BLU BLU and Power M X Power Plus 2 offers a long battery life.

 

Latest battery backup phones: Recent releases include Micromax Evok qualification, Cold Coolpad1 Dual 3 GB RAM and Gionee A1.

 

 

 

Here is the list of Best Smart phones with 4G

 

 

·         ZTE Nubia N1
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·         Lenovo P2ZTE A2 Plus (5000 MAH Battery Back Up) Price Rs 10999 Or $170
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·         Xiaomi Redmi 3S $120 Or Rs 6999
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·         Motorola Moto E3 Power Price Rs. 8,000 Or $ 130
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·         Intex Aqua Y2 Power Priced At Rs. 3,009 Or $50

 

Apple iPhone 5s to be sold at Rs 15,000 three years after release: Is it worth it?

Apple iPhone 5s to be sold at Rs 15,000 three years after release: Is it worth it?

According to a report in the Economic Times, Apple will soon drop the price tags of two of its smaller iPhone models in the coming months. The iPhone 5s which currently retails on Amazon India at Rs 18,000 will now see its price drop to Rs 15,000, while the recent Apple iPhone is expected to drop to Rs 20,000, making it an attractive entry level offering. According to an Economic Report Times, Apple will quickly lower the price tags of two of its smaller iPhone models in the coming months. The iPhone 5s retail at Amazon which are currently India at Rs 18,000 will now see its price drop to Rs 15,000, while the newest Apple iPhone is expected to fall to Rs 20,000, which in Makes an attractive entry-level offer.

As always, it is not Apple to be generous, but to help them move. That get more smartphones in the hands of new customers, WHO Until now could never afford the latest (even recent ) IPhone model because of its high price demanded. As highlighted in the publication, it is also a move for Apple to jump into the budgetary smartphone segment, dominated by brands like Lenovo, Asus and Xiaomi. The Rs 15,000 iPhone 5s will become exclusive online and stop selling in stores, while that will become the entry-level offer of the Apple iPhone for offline sales.

Obviously, it would be nice when the numbers appear on Apple’s quarterly sales charts. But is it a good hand on an old three-year-old iPhone, which is not even posted on the Apple website, in the hands of iOS users first time? More importantly, at Rs 15,000 iPhone 5s is the day still reduced the value of its price?
According to an aplazamiento in el Economic Times, Apple pronto soltar las etiquetas de precio of back of the modelos of iPhone TIC más pequeños in los próximos meses. El iPhone 5s that ventas al por menor in Amazon Actualmente the India in Rs 18.000 Ahora vera gota TIC precio of Rs 15,000, mientras that hopes that el más reciente iPhone Apple OS para dejar has Rs 20,000, por loses a level of Entrada atractivo offering. According to an informa of the Económica tiempos, Apple bajará rápidamente las etiquetas de precio of back of modelos más pequeños of iPhone in los próximos meses. El iPhone 5s is selling in Amazon that están actualmente in India para Rs 18,000 ahora verá su caída en el precio of Rs 15,000, mientras that el nuevo Apple iPhone espera caiga has Rs 20,000, lo that hace hecho una entrada ofrece numerosas y atractivas.

Como siempre, no es of Apple sea generoso, sino para ayudar a mover este más teléfonos inteligentes in manos de nuevos clients, the WHO ahora nunca podría permitirse el último (aunque recientes) iPhone model debido has known alto precio nominal. Como se ha destacado por la publicación, también es a movimiento of Apple para saltar en el segmento of los teléfonos inteligentes de presupuesto, dominados por marcas como Lenovo, Asus y Xiaomi. El RS 15000 iPhone 5s exclusively conies in línea y dejar to sell in las tiendas, mientras that iPhone will convert in the oferta de nivel de entrada of Apple para las ventas fuera de línea.

Obviamente, sería bueno cuando los números aparecen en los mapas of quarterly Apple’s ventas. Pero, ¿es una buena mano in a lifejo iPhone tres años, that si siquiera está available in el sitio web of Apple, in manos de los primeros usuarios of iOS? Más important aún, a Rs 15,000 iPhone 5S es el día reduce aún más el valor de su precio According to a report in the Economic Times, Apple will soon drop the price tags of two of its smaller iPhone models in the coming months. The iPhone 5s which currently retails on Amazon India at Rs 18,000 will now see its price drop to Rs 15,000, while the recent Apple iPhone is expected to drop to Rs 20,000, making it an attractive entry level offering. According to an Economic Report Times, Apple will soon lower the price of two of its smaller iPhone models in the coming months. The iPhone 5s Retail at Amazon which are currently India’s Rs 18,000 will now drop its price to Rs 15,000, while the newest Apple iPhone is expected to fall to Rs 20,000, which in Makes an attractive entry-level offer.

As always, it is not Apple to be generous, but to help them move. IPhone model because of its high price demanded. As highlighted in the publication, it is also a move for Apple to jump into the budgetary smartphone segment, dominated by brands like Lenovo, Asus and Xiaomi. The Rs 15,000 iPhone 5s will become exclusive online and stop selling in stores, while that will become the entry-level offer of the Apple iPhone for offline sales.

Obviously, it would be nice when the numbers appear on Apple’s quarterly sales charts. Goal

Top Five Trends In beauty services at home in Mumbai To Watch.

Top Five Trends In beauty services at home in Mumbai To Watch.

As we all know that, the Yoga and meditation are the perfect trends for the best beauty services and it was started from the past years. The Yoga is the wellness trend for the health and well-being. Along with that, it is also easier to treat yourself.

There are top five trends in beauty services at home in Mumbai to watch

Makes different personalities by the beauty

It is the great trend in the beauty services that it provides the best opportunity and makes the different personalities. It helps to increase the beauty by the best cosmetics, which beauticians may use on the skin of the person.

Provides the best care at home 

The beauty services at home by Glow Up India must provide the best cosmetics for good skin of the women or girls because women are no longer purchasing their tampons and accouterments in grocery or drug stores. It is the best way of the future to order your organic and chicly packaged feminine supplies through the mail.

Wellness travel to reach home

Under the system of beauty services at home in Mumbai must travel to reach the home of customers and it becomes also easy to get the beauty services at home at your convenient time. Every free people wants to get the wellness fair at their home without going anywhere.

Makes the greater beauty

The beauty will be perfect and you will look naturally beautiful. If you will get the beauty services at the home, then you don’t have to take the worry by using different cosmetics, because, that beauticians may also use the home remedies for your glowing skin.

Different products

The beauty service is providing the different products for the man and woman as suits on them.  In fact, notable men seem poised to take over the beauty and wellness of the market.

 

Ministry Of Shipping Initiates Project Green Ports

The Union Ministry of Shipping or January 19, 2016 started Project Greer Ports, which will help in making the Maj o: Ports across India cleaner and greener Project Green Ports will have twc verticals—Green Ports Initiatives an: Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan. It include; twelve initiatives which will be implemented under strict time-boun; fashion in order to achieve the target; Some of these initiatives are— Preparation and monitoring plan Acquiring equipments required fo: monitoring environmental pollution. Acquiring dust suppression system Setting up of sewage/waste wate: treatment plants/ garbage disposal plan: Setting up projects for energy generatio: from renewable energy sources Completion of shortfalls of Oil SpL Response (OSR) facilities (Tier-1); anc Prohibition of disposal of almost all kin: of garbage at sea, improving the qualir of harbour wastes, etc.

The Ministry has identified 20 activitie; with certain time-line to promot: cleanliness at the port premises. Some of] the activities include Cleaning the wharf Cleaning and repairing of sheds; Cleanin: and repairing of port roads; Paintim road signs, zebra crossing, pavemerr edges; Modernising and cleanliness of a1 the toilet complexes in the operation: area; Placement of dustbins at reguR intervals; Beautification and cleaning of parks; Putting boards indicating cleanliness messages; Cleaning an:

repairing of all drainages and storm water systems; and Tree plantation. In order to achieve these objectives, regular training will be provided to the staff in order to generate awareness and inculcate a positive’ attitude towards keeping the environment clean and green.

Union Government Shortlists 20 Cities Under Smart Cities Mission

The Union Ministry of Urban Development, on January 28, 2016 announced 20 cities from 11 States and National Capital Territory of Delhi in the list of first batch of Smart Cities Mission. These shortlisted cities were selected from Smart City Challenge competitiop in which 98 cities and towns had participated from 23 States and UTs. These first 20 smart cities will be receiving the fund for the development of first 20 smart cities across India. It was the most ambitious

Union Minister for Urban Development Mr. Venkaiah Naidu unveiled the list of 20 smart cities on January 28, 2016.

project of PM Mr. Narendra Modi’s flagship 100 Smart City Mission. The next two years will see the inclusion of 40 and 38 cities, respectively. Among the shortlisted 20 Smart Cities, 3 are from Madhya Pradesh, 2 each are from Maharashtra, Rajasthan Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh and 1 each from Odisha, Kerala, Delhi (NCT), Assam and Punjab. 20 shortlisted smart cities (Rank-wise) are—Bhubaneswar, Odisha; Pune, Maharashtra; Jaipur, Rajasthan; Surat, Gujarat; Kochi, Kerala; Ahmedabad, Gujarat; Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh; Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh; Solapur, Maharashtra; Davangere, Karnataka; Indore, Madhya Pradesh; New Delhi Municipal Corporation; Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu; Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh; Belagavi, Karnataka; Udaipur, Rajasthan; Guwahati, Assam; Chennai, Tamil Nadu; Ludhiana, Punjab; and Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

A ‘smart city’ is an urban region that is highly advanced in terms of overall infrastructure, sustainable real estate, communications and market viability. It is a city where Information Technology is the principal-infrastructure and the basis for providing essential services to residents. There are many technological
platforms involved, including but not limited to automated sensor networks and data centres. Some of the parameters on the basis of which the decision was taken are feasibility, result orientation, citizen participation, smartness of proposals etc. These 20 smart cities will get the funds first to kick-start their development process. With a per-city allocation of Rs. 100 crore for each of the five years of the mission period, the Central assistance to the mission is around Rs 50,000 crore. These cities will be developed to have basic infrastructure such as assured water and power supply, sanitation and solid waste management, efficient urban mobility and public transport, IT connectivity, e-governance and citizen participation. Of the 98 cities and towns that five years down will graduate into smart cities, 24 are capital cities, another 24 are business and industrial centres, 18 are culture and tourism-influenced areas, five are port cities and three are education and health-care hubs.

PM Narendra Modi Launches
Start-up India Initiative

Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi on January 16, 2016 launched Start-up India initiative to augment start-up ecosystem in the country. The initiative was launched in New Delhi. On this occasion, the Prime Minister also unveiled Start-up India, Stand-up India Action Plan which contained a slew of financial, policy and regulatory measures aimed at giving impetus to innovation and entrepreneurship in the country. The Prime Minister visited a virtual exhibition and interacted with Start-up entrepreneurs. The PM said that successful start-ups were usually created by those who were driven by an idea, or an urge to solve a problem that people face. He said that he wished to turn the youth of India from job-seekers to job- creators. Under Start-up India, Stand- up India Action Plan, a separate fund will be created with Rs. 10,000 crore corpus for development and growth of innovation-driven enterprises. It will be Rs. 2,500 crore a year for four years.

The Atal Innovation Mission was announced with a focus on strengthening incubation facilities for start-ups. Under the mission, among other things, pre-incubation training will be offered to willing entrepreneurs. Under the mission, 35 new incubators, 7 new research parks, 31 innovation centres will be set up at the premier technology institutes under the public- private partnership mode. 500 sector specific incubators, including 5 new Bio­clusters will be established across the country. An innovation programme will be launched in 5 lakh schools across
the country to nurture innovation amom 10 lakh children. Profits of Start-m units will be made tax-free for 3 year and there will be a moratorium o: labour inspections for the first 3 year; of operations. Capital gains tax is to lx exempted for venture capita investments. However, the exemptio: will be applicable only when tht proceeds are invested in another start­up. New scheme will be launched tc provide Intellectual Property Right protection to start-ups and new firm; Liberalised Fast-track mechanism will h . evolved to process start-up pater: applications under IPR protection wit: 80 percent reduction in registration fee Self-certification-based complianc: regime will be followed in relation tc labour and environmental laws. A nee mobile app to enable start-ups to register themselves within a day and a portal t: apply for clearances online will b; operational from April 1, 2016. It als: provides easier exits for failed venture with a provision for winding them u: within 90 days under the Bankruptr and Insolvency Bill, 2015.

International Solar Alliance Headquartered In India With UN As Strategic Partner

Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi along with the President of France, Mr. Francois Hollande, on January 25, 2016 laid the foundation stone of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) headquarters in National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) in Gwalpahari, Gurgaon. They also inaugurated the interim Secretariat of the ISA at the same place. India dedicated 5 acres of land at NISE to ISA for hosting its Secretariat and also contributed Rs. 175 crore for ISA corpus fund for an initial period of five years. Thereafter, it is expected to generate its own resources and become self-financing. ISA is part of Prime Minister’s vision to bring clean and affordable energy within the reach of all and create a sustainable world. It will be a new beginning for accelerating development and deployment of solar energy for achieving universal energy access and energy security of the present and future generations. Speaking on the occasion, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi stated that the ISA would be India’s first international and inter-governmental organisation headquartered in India. ISA will be dedicated to promotion of solar energy for making solar energy a valuable source of affordable and reliable green and clean energy in 121 member countries. He thanked the President of France for his continued help and support in shaping the ISA. Mr. Hollande said that France wanted to build the post-Paris Agreement world with India and ISA paved the way for this. The Alliance has France’s full support. He announced that the French Development Agency would allocate 300 million euros to developing solar energy over the next five years in order to finance the initial projects.

The ISA has been envisioned as a specialised platform and will contribute towards the common goal of increasing utilisation and promotion of solar energy and solar applications in its member countries. It was jointly launched in Paris by India and France on November 30, 2015 during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21)A

 

India and Brunei on February 2, 2016 signed three Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate in the fields of defence, health and youth affairs & sports. These MoUs were signed by representatives of both countries in the presence of the visiting Vice-President Mr. Hamid Ansari at Brunei’s capital Bandar Seri Begawan. The key agenda of Vice President’s visit was to decide upon the specifics of defence cooperation, health sector tie-up and establishing a gas-based urea manufacturing unit by India in Brunei. Mr. Ansari also met the Sultan of Brunei Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Muizzaddin Waddaulah.

Vice-President Mr. Hamid Ansari with
Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah
Mui^yaddin Waddaulah, Sultan of

Brunei, in Brunei on February 2, 2016.

An MoU in Health Cooperation was signed with an objective to establish cooperation in the field of health between the two countries by means of pooling technical, scientific, financial and human resources and pharmaceutical regulatory practices. An MoU on Defence Cooperation has a purpose to enhance and expand the scope of Defence Cooperation between the two countries in various fields. Defence ties between India and Brunei dates back to many decades and already exist in the form of naval ship visits, training of senior military officers in Staff Colleges and exchange of experience. The defence agreement between both countries is being considered as a major diplomatic breakthrough since both sides established formal relations in 1984. Currently, oil-rich Brunei’s defence responsibilities are handled by the United Kingdom. India’s defence cooperation with Brunei plays significant role in the present circumstances as the later has territorial disputes with China on the issue of South China Sea. An MoU on Cooperation in Youth and Sports Affairs seeks to provide a framework for exchanges of sports teams and sportspersons.

 

During the visit, Vice-Presiden: Mr. Hamid Ansari also talked abou: terrorism, especially how technology ha; been used and importance of sharing information to fight against terrorism the South China Sea dispute and the role of ASEAN to promote regional security.