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Zong M9 to Register Number in Advance

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We have received news that Zong is going to launch a industry first offer, named as M9, in coming days. This information is based upon a leaked TVC that suggests that users can register their numbers in advance by visiting M9 Website , which is blank page as of now.

We have confirmed the authenticity of M9’s launch with sources in Zong. No words yet on details of the offer, however, we can confirm that www.m9.com.pk is going to be the host of the offer. Maybe a new brand, or just a package!


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Nokia steps in with 41 Mega-pixel phone camera

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Just when it seemed like the cellphone megapixel war had settled down, Nokia blew the competition away with a 41MP camera in its new Nokia 808.

It’s been a standing feature with the arrival of cameras on cellphones. Recently, the megapixels were standardised at 8MP and 12MP (though some phones boast more) as the focus has shifted to other phone features, and the quality of images has reached a plateau.

Now the Nokia 808 PureView, with its whopping 41MP lens, is the unassailable leader. But it’s not just the megapixels that count. A camera, especially one inside a cellphone, is about more than just the size of its sensor, which is what the megapixels refer to. Nokia has been including Carl Zeiss optics – the rest of the camera’s innards – in its phones.

Because the 808 has such a large megapixel count, it lets you “capture an image, then zoom, reframe, crop and re-size afterwards to expose previously unseen levels of details”.

It has taken a Nokia research team five years to build the camera phone, which means it runs on Symbian, the antiquated operating system that Nokia abandoned a year ago to focus on Windows Phone 7 for its smartphones.

-Jago News-

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Google Plus: Facebook’s Newest Challenger [Preview]

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Facebook and Google in the ring

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Google announced Tuesday the launch of a new social network, called Google +, or Google Plus, which aims to take on Facebook. As our sources reported:

Google made a huge announcement this tuesday, launching Google +, or Google Plus, its long-awaited version of a social network to rival Facebook.

Google’s been trying to crack the social market for years, running into false starts with content-sharing services Wave and Buzz. (The former fizzled and the latter set off a privacy complaints that ended with a lawsuit and an FTC settlement.) Many have been waiting for Google’s big push into social since it rolled out its +1 button in March, especially as Facebook gets cozy with its search rival, Microsoft.

And then, today, Google announced +. The site bears a striking resemblance to Facebook, with streaming feeds and specialized groups of friends. In fact, Google + gathers many of the features of existing social networks.

The network has five basic components: Circles, Sparks, Hangouts, Instant Uploads and Huddle. It also requires a Google profile, meaning you’ll need to provide Google, at minimum, with a name and a photo.

Circles lets you group your contacts — e.g. friends, work, family. Like Facebook, this features lets you share information with groups of contacts instead of hitting everyone with your latest update at once. Sparks acts like an RSS reader or Facebook news feed, letting you input things you’re interested in and pushing relevant content to you. Hangouts features live group video chats, aiming to foster spontaneous meetings with up to 10 people. You can also alert certain groups of friends when you’re hanging out.

Instant Uploads takes care of the increasingly important mobile aspect of social networking, automatically posting users’ phone pictures and videos to a private album. From there, users can decide if and with whom they want to share their media. You also have the option to add location data to every Google + post.

And Huddle is a group texting feature — similar to Beluga, which Facebook acquired in March — that lets you have a group chat through your phone.

Some analysts are asking whether Google expansion into the social media sphere is a bad move. TechCruch guest contributor Semil Shah asked the same question:

Today’s soft-launch of Google’s new social galaxy, Google+, raises one interesting question: Can Google, a massive, multinational, cash-rich, consumer technology company with multiple successful productivity applications and services, take its dough out of the oven and bake a social network into their bread?

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Guess the M9 Leaked TV Commercial [VIDEO]

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M9 TVC Leaked

Jago News got a “possible Launch advertisement” for M9 by Zong.

Video AD, which for the first time reveals about the origin and scope of M9, is nicely filmed showing a photography event going wrong. It tries to depict that usual circumstances/settings, which are not as per your plan may end up ugly.

When asked about the originality of the video, Zong’s spokesperson denied to comment anything.

We were able to extract information from TVC that M9 will be a new brand from Zong where customers will be given a liberty to choose their calling plans according to their needs.

TVC exactly says App Plan Banaye Exactly Apni Merzi Ka

Customers will be able to choose their plan from their phone numbers or the website m9.com.pk

Earlier, the teaser video for M9 generated plenty of buzz in the cyberspace when it got leaked. We are told that Zong undesirably aired the teaser video ahead of schedule due to the leak. If that is the case, we can assume say that M9 will hit the surface in next few hours or a day at most.

Just to add here, with the teaser video and campaign on Facebook, industry has a perception that M9 is a youth brand, we would like our readers to comment on what they think, “If M9 is a youth targeted brand or it’s a more of a generic brand”.

M9 is grabbing too much user attention and might will cross record limits. Zong is always prepared for some creative offers. But for the first time they launched a Brand in Pakistan.

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