On Thursday, Motorola announced that it will hold an event on September 4 in Chicago and based on the teaser invites, it looks as though the Moto X+1 will launch alongside a new Moto E, Moto 360 smartwatch, and perhaps another device. The Moto X+1s full specifications leaked on GFX Bench . The post indicates that the Moto X+1 will feature high-end specs, but it wont have the most cutting-edge technology onboard. The X+1 will likely have a 5.2-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which is Full HD, but not Quad HD like other leading flagship smartphones. Motorola packed a 2.47GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor in the X+1 alongside the Adreno 330 GPU and 2GB of RAM. The Moto X+1 will also probably come with 16GB of built-in storage and a 13-megapixel back camera, according to the post. Related: Moto 360 rumors and news Additionally, its rumored to run Android 4.4.4 KitKat and include Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS, and Bluetooth connectivity.
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According to that data, which was Aplikasi Hp Android Pilihan charted for us by Statista , more than 80% of Apples devices are "high-end," as they cost more than $400. Less than 20% of Apple smartphones are considered "mid-range," and there are currently zero low-end iPhones. Android and Windows Phone smartphones, meanwhile, employ a completely different model. The vast majority of those handsets around 60% cost less than $200. About 20% of Android and Windows Phones are mid-range devices, while a relatively small percentage of those handsets are considered high-end, in the $400-plus range. So Apple may dominate the high-end smartphone range, but as Business Insiders Jim Edwards points out , around 85% of all smartphones are Android phones, which means most people prefer smartphones when they cost under $200.
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Texting creating ?text neck? epidemic, doctor warns | Fox News
The problem is the posture, Dr. Dean Fishman, a chiropractic physician who created and trademarked the phrase text neck, told FoxNews.com. The Plantation, Florida-based doctor believes text neck is a global epidemic that is literally changing the way our bodies should grow. ADVERTISEMENT Fishman explains this phenomenon with the two x-ray images showcased here: (Images provided by Dr. Dean Fishman) In the x-ray on the left, Dr. Fishman explains that you can see that the red line demonstrates a curvature of the spine which is consistent with normal. But in the text neck x-ray, the red line accentuates the perching forward of the first few bones of the cervical spine. This would be considered abnormal, according to Fishman, noting that neck pain, headaches, arm and shoulder pain and arthritis are all side effects of text neck. Some 1.91 trillion text messages were sent in the U.S.
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