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Phone of the Year goes to Galaxy Note 9. Is it too early? (Pixel 3: Hold my beer? ) I don’t think so.

Phone of the Year goes to Galaxy

We all saw note 9 coming, but we didn’t know it looks this good on paper.

Phone of the Year goes to Galaxy Note 9. Is it too early?

The Note series has always had an enterprise focus and this year’s Note 9 is no exception to that strategy. Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 9 at an Unpacked event yesterday in New York City.

It’s a massive, great phone, as we all expected, and it costs a bomb. But there was much more that Samsung showed off, including Fortnite’s Android debut, the Galaxy Home smart speaker and a Galaxy Watch.

With that being said, no this is not a click bait, and I’m sure you folks are not here to know when it was launched or how was the event, the main purpose of this article is to shed the light on why we have already awarded this phone with “Phone of the year” tag?

First things first, even if you are not a tech enthusiast, you’d be drooling over its specs sheet after traversing it.  Read this: –

6.4 inch QHD Super AMOLED display, its the best of its kind, 8 GB RAM, Snapdragon 845 of course, 512 GB of internal storage, SD card slot for more storage (I’m sure those 512 GB will be exhausted in a week, right?), IP68 water and dust resistant, USB Type C, Headphone jack, 4000 mah battery, a very efficient and technologically advanced stylus, IRIS scanner, fingerprint scanner, heart rate sensors, dual cameras with optical image stabilization on both (one has dual aperture,) and fast wired and wireless charging. All of this packed inside one slab of metal and glass, now protrusion and no future explosions!

We know its very early to crown them the best, since, Google hasn’t even come up with pixel 3 yet, but at The Noble Blog, we aspire not just precision in our information, but to achieve that feat, we muster or dexterity for the good, and in the course of attaining that we foresee to run a venture from time to time.

We will be posting the full review this, with its caveats, (You might be thinking that ‘didn’t this blogger just name it phone of the year?’, what could be the cons? ), well since nothing comes for free, and this one definitely doesn’t. We’ll talk about how evenly its priced in our upcoming article.

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Galaxy Note 9 will be the first phone to offer fortnite on Android!

Best managed hosting providers make your website’s life easier.

Best managed hosting providers

When your site starts receiving heavy traffic then you have no option but to shift from shared hosting to Managed Hosting, leading you on shifting your complete trust from shared hosting to Managed Hosting.

Here at The Noble Blog, we are happy to share with you the Reasons Why Managed Hosting is Better than Shared Hosting

Here are a few reasons why you need to move to Managed Hosting.

Best managed hosting providers


Automatic WordPress updates so you don’t have to do manually like shared hosting.
Automatic daily and weekly backups in managed hosting, for shared hosting backups available only through third-party plugins.

Speed optimization is built in, security mechanisms, scalability optimization, and CDN networks.
Server settings are optimized specially for WordPress software.

Managed Hosting providers give you excellent support if you have any technical issues.
Your site will never be hacked and should there any problems, managed to host providers will get your site back for free.

There are always staging areas and daily automatic backups.
These features you won’t find in shared hosting.

Now let’s talk about our 8 best-curated picks for top quality Managed Hosting for WordPress.

  1. WP Engine: The number one managed hosting site in our list is WP Engine. Here are the following reasons why WP Engine is the best.

No Need for Cache Plugins: It’s custom-built Ever cache technology allows your WordPress blog to load very fast. You don’t need to integrate any other Cache Plugins into your site.

2. Site Ground: It is a great alternative for those who can’t afford WP Engine managed to host. It provides almost all the features at a very affordable pricing.

Some of the features are:

WordPress SuperCacher enhances site performance exponentially.
Unique WordPress installer makes the setup process a lot easier.
HHVM – Improves the site speed and helps it to load faster.

 3. Godaddy:

Their managed hosting is really great if you want to host 4 to 5 websites simultaneously. It offers one-click staging for sites. It can handle over 400,000 monthly visitors at a price of $7.99 per month.

They also give you an SSL certificate free for one year. Go Daddy managed to host is giving tough competition to WP Engine. If you are a beginner or looking for best features at small price then I will recommend this managed WP hosting.

4. Kinsta:

These guys are getting popular day by day. The USP of Kinsta is it offers unlimited visitors and unlimited page views with all of their plans.  Some of the notable features are NextGen Infrastructure offered by Google which gives you automatic scaling, PHP 7, WP CLI automation, SSH access and server level caching.
Free Migration — Free transition for multiple sites guaranteeing uninterrupted service. Their customer support team is present 24 X 7 to help you.

 5. Bluehost: 

This is another cheap managed hosting provider just like Site Ground. Its basic plan allows you 100 million visits per month with 2 GB RAM, 30 GB storage, and 30 GB back up storage.

6. Pressable: 

 Here are some of the features that come along in their hosting: Very Reliable with Rackspace Hybrid Cloud, CDN is included because security is its top priority, SSL Support for any transactions.

7. FlyWheel: 

There distinguishing feature of selling managed hosting is much more than being a hosting provider. FlyWheel is really great from the point of view of bloggers and web designers because it streamlines the entire workflow.

8. Pagely: 

Some of their salient features include automatic core and plugin upgrades.
It offers advanced varnish caching layer with millisecond load times.
Howeve,r Pagely is more costly than other managed hosting providers forthe same features given by other providers.

Galaxy Note 9 will be the first phone to offer fortnite on Android!

the game will be a note 9 exclusive for 30 days.

You heard that right. The Note 9 will likely be your only way to play the online battle game for a while, as 9to5Google reports that Fortnite will be exclusive to the Note 9 for 30 days.

It might seem like an odd choice for Fortnite developer Epic Games to restrict the game’s Android debut to just one device. After all, Android is one of the few platforms that the wildly popular Fortnite has yet to conquer, and Android users have been anticipating the game’s arrival since Epic teased a summer launch.

Epic might launch the game in the Play Store on September 23rd, the report speculates, after the exclusivity deal expires.

A similar story was posted over at xda-developers, which has additional details about the Samsung-Epic partnership. The phone will be advertised as a gaming phone, and it’ll feature a vapor chamber heat pipe that should help with cooling. The handset will feature 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, which should help with all your gaming needs. The 4,000 mAh battery, meanwhile, should be able to deliver excellent battery life. Of course, this isn’t the first time we hear about these features, and Samsung just started teasing them in ads earlier this week.

The xda report also notes that the Bluetooth enabled S-Pen will come with some Fortnite integration which sounds like the worst idea in the world.

More interesting is the fact that you’ll be able to extend your gaming experience to a bigger screen by hooking up the Note 9 directly to a desktop monitor without the need of a DeX Station accessory.

5 Best gaming laptops you can buy in 2018

 Here are the best gaming laptops you can buy in 2018

5 best gaming laptop you can buy in 2018. A while ago, when all we knew that good gaming performance can only be experienced in Desktops. Laptops can still run games, however, it’s not recommended for hardcore gamers like us.

But as the technology has come this far, hence, we can enjoy gaming on laptops as well.


Here is the list of 5 best gaming laptops which can perform just like a desktop: –

5 Best gaming laptops you can buy in 2018


  1. MSI GS65 Stealth: –

Apparently, this is one of the best gaming laptops money can buy 2018. This beast can handle any types of games with a good frame rate.

Here is the specification.

Processor: – 2.20GHz Intel i7-8750H 8th Gen processor

Ram type and size: – 16GB DDR4 RAM

Graphics: – NVidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics

Screen: – 15.6-inch screen Full HD

Storage: – 512 GB HDD

Check out the price here


5 Best gaming laptops you can buy in 2018

  1. Alienware 13 R3: –

Dell’s Alienware is always a good gaming laptop. Definitely, it is a great gaming laptop and as we know how reliable Dell’s laptop could be.

Here are the Specifications: –

Processor: – 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ (Quad-Core, 6MB Cache, up to 3.8GHz w/ Turbo Boost)

Ram type and size: – 8GB DDR4 at 2400MHz included; 32GB Maximum

Graphics: –  NVIDIA GTX 1060

Screen: – 13.3 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare 300-nits Display

Storage: – 256GB SSD; No Optical Drive

Check out the price here

5 Best gaming laptops you can buy in 2018

  1. Razer Blade(2017) : –

Razer is a big and known name in the gaming industry and there are in this industry for a quite long time.

Here are the Specifications: –

Processor: – 7th Gen Intel Core i7, 2.8 GHz.

Ram type and size: – 16GB RAM

Graphics: – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060

Screen: – 14″ IPS Full HD display

Storage: – 512 GB SSD

Check out the price here

5 Best gaming laptops you can buy in 2018

  1. Asus ROG GL502VT: –

I am not a big fan of ASUS Laptops but no one can deny that they are producing some great laptops not only the gaming laptops.

Here is the specifications: –

Processor: – 6th Gen Intel Core i7

Ram type and size: – 12GB

Graphics: – NVidia GTX 970M

Screen: – 15.6 IPS FHD

Storage: – 1TB HDD

Check out the price here

5 Best gaming laptops you can buy in 2018

  1. Gigabyte Aero 15W-BK4: –

Here comes my personal favorite, not because of its performance, but also for how pretty it looks. Thin metal design with narrow bezels just looks amazing.

Here are the Specifications: –

Processor: – 7th Gen. Intel Core i7 Processor

Ram type and size: – DDR4 2400 16GB*1 (2 slots, max 32GB)

Graphics: – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GDDR5 6GB

Screen: – 15.6″ Thin Bezel FHD Ips

Storage: – 512GB M.2 SATA SSD (2 M.2 SSD slot, Type 2280, supports NVMe PCIe X4 & SATA)

Check out the price here


Note: -All the Laptops come with windows 10.


Mi A2 will support Quick Charge 4.0, but only in India! Giving its battery some staggering charging speeds.

mi a2 will soon be available in India. it will be a great buy if they get the pricing right.


They announced Mi A2 yesterday at an event in Spain and generated a lot of hype due to its affordability and pure Android experience.

Some sad news, however, overshadowed the much-anticipated release for plenty of potential customers – the Mi A2 will support Qualcomm’s fast charging, Quick Charge 4.0, only in India while the rest will settle for the QC 3.0. The device will hit the Indian market on August 8.

It is currently unknown if this will be a feature limited through software or by lack of supporting hardware in the international models. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 used in the Mi A2 does indeed support Quick Charge 4.0, so the support for this feature is not surprising by itself. If the international variants are limited to Quick Charge 3.0 speeds through software, it will hopefully be possible to enable support for Quick Charge 4.0 through third-party modifications.

Even in India, the Xiaomi Mi A2 will still come with a standard 5V/2A charger. Users interested in quicker charging speeds will have to separately purchase a Quick Charge 3.0/4.0 charger. Hopefully, for Indians, the preferential treatment with Quick Charge 4.0 will help them overlook the absence of the 3.5mm headphone jack.

On the specifications front, Mi A2 gets a 5.99-inch FHD+ screen with a screen aspect ratio of 18:9, and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. Featuring 2.5D curved glass over the display, it sports a metal unibody design, though this version is much thinner than the previous Mi A1 device.

Mi A2 is powered by the Snapdragon 660 processor and sports a 3010mAh battery. It has a 12MP+20MP dual-rear cameras with each sensor having a f/1.75 aperture. It also sports a 20MP selfie camera with AI portrait mode.

While it was launched in Spain in three storage configurations: 4GB RAM/32GB memory, 4GB RAM/64GB memory, and 6GB RAM/128GB memory. While the 4GB RAM + 32GB memory option is priced at 249 euros (Rs 20,000 approx), the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage option is priced at 279 euros (Rs 22,000 approx), while its 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant retails in Spain at 349 euros (Rs 28,000 approx)

If one goes by the Euro pricing, Mi A2 will likely cost more than its predecessor in the India market. Mi A1 was launched at Rs 14,999 in India, but the newer variant will be priced higher, our prediction is Rs 16,999. Let us know what do you about its pricing in the comment section below.

With the latest update on your Oneplus 5 or 5T, you will be able to take portrait selfies.

Portrait mode is a welcoming feature for its last year flagship, as very few companies really care about the customer satisfaction from their old phones.

portrait selfies in OnePlus 5, 5T.


Portrait mode appeared on OnePlus devices starting with the OnePlus 5, and it was further refined with the OnePlus 5T and the OnePlus 6. During my own testing, their portrait mode implementation has worked really well on my OnePlus 5T, even taking into account the idea OnePlus devices haven’t previously been known for their photographic prowess. The OnePlus 6 further refines it, and the OxygenOS 5.1.6 update brought an interesting feature to users: selfie portrait mode. There is no dual front-facing lens to make this happen, mind you. Just like the Google Camera app on the Google Pixel 2, OnePlus’ implementation is purely software-based. As such, a port to previous OnePlus devices is possible.

And its official now, the company has announced that they plan to bring their front-facing portrait feature to the OnePlus 5 and the OnePlus 5T—last year’s flagship devices—in a future update. Both devices currently have their own portrait mode implementation on the rear camera aided by the secondary sensor. And just like the OnePlus 6, the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T only have a single 16MP front shooter, so selfie portrait mode images are constructed via software algorithms. OnePlus made the announcement based on user feedback during the first Open Ears Forum in India.

The other refinements that are expected to come as an update is that OnePlus Switch is said to enhance data and desktop backup. Another fix has to do with the camera which is scrapping the oil-painting effect. Accent color themes which will be added to Themes and a dark theme which will be added in the native dashboard Shelf. Lastly, OnePlus will make FileDash, its transfer system, compatible with other OnePlus applications.OnePlus has been coming with a host of updates of late. Recently, OxygenOS 5.0.4 had rolled out new updates on the OnePlus 3/3T. These updates include a July security patch, camera improvements such as image quality optimization. It also brought fixes related to third-party camera apps such as Snapchat and WhatsApp.

At the Open Ears Forum, OnePlus also said that it will bring a gamut of updates to select OnePlus phones. The company said that it will improve the FileDash to be made compatible with other OnePlus applications. The company also said that it will update the OnePlus Switch with support enhanced data backup and desktop backup. It also said that in the next few OxygenOs updates, the “Oil Painting Effect” on the camera app will be enhanced.

The 48 MP smartphone camera by Sony!

These sensors will start to arrive in smartphones from as early as September this year.

Despite the launch of 41-megapixel Nokia Lumia 1020 back in 2013, over the last few years, smartphone makers have largely featured 12-MP or 16-MP cameras, opting to focus more on improving things like auto-focus speeds and 4K video recording instead of chasing higher resolutions.

However, the mobile megapixels wars may be heating up again with the release of Sony’s new IMX586 smartphone camera sensor and its class-leading 8,000 x 6,000 48-MP resolution.

They introduced its latest CMOS image sensor for smartphones. Each of them only 0.8 μm in size, stacked onto a 1/2-type unit. It will begin arriving at smartphones as early as September 2018.

Sony said in a press release the increased pixel count will enable high-quality photos even when devices are using digital zoom. The IMX586 implements the Quad Bayer 2×2 pixel array. This means on most occasions it will bin four pixels together outputting the equivalent of the 12MP sensor with large 1.6 μm pixels.

For bright low-noise photos and videos when shooting at night. During the day or in a well-lit environment, the grid will return to its usual signal processing, reaching 48 MP photos in real time.


Galaxy Note 9 is launching on 9th August, rumored to have a massive 4000mah battery!s

With the rumored battery, Note 9 will be a difficult phone to kill in one day.


Samsung has been creating a lot of buzz with the expected arrival of the Galaxy Note 9, the company’s flagship for the second half of the year. The high-end smartphone has not been officially announced yet, but there has been plenty of leaks about its design, specifications, and features. Though details are not available yet, we do know that the South Korean major plans to launch the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9 at its “Unpacked event” in New York.

Thanks to months of leaks and rumors, we know practically everything there is to know about the Galaxy Note 9 at this point. The phone is set to be unveiled at a press conference early next month, and it will then hit store shelves on August 24th. That should give the Note 9 almost a month of sales before Apple’s next-generation iPhones are released, but the extra time might not help very much considering the fact that Samsung fans might not find the Note 9 very appealing.

Samsung’s new flagship phablet will be a solid upgrade when it comes to performance and specs, but the design is nearly identical to the Galaxy Note 8 from last year. Consumers weren’t too pleased with that strategy when it came to the Galaxy S9, and sales took a big hit as a result. The Galaxy Note 9 could suffer the same fate. It’ll pack a new S Pen stylus with some novel features enabled by built-in Bluetooth, but there isn’t much else to speak of as far as worthwhile new features are concerned.

As it turns out, however, there will be at least one area where the Galaxy Note 9 is a huge upgrade from the Note 8. And it’s a very important area, too. According to a new document found on a website run by the Brazilian telecommunications regulatory body Antel, the Galaxy Note 9 will feature a massive 4,000 mAh battery.

The Note 8 includes a 3,300 mAh battery, which is quite small for a phablet these days. The phone’s predecessor had a larger 3,500 mAh battery, but we all know what happened to the Galaxy Note 7 so it makes sense that Samsung decided to play it safe last year. The Note 8 doesn’t have bad battery life per se, but it can be difficult to get through an entire day of heavy use. With the upcoming new Galaxy Note 9, however, that probably won’t be an issue at all.

Let’s check out the new portable projector launched by Sony in India for Rs. 29,999


Sony India on Thursday launched a portable mobile projector “MP-CD1” that can transform any surface into a widescreen, making it perfect for projecting content for a large audience.

Priced at Rs 29,990, the device will be available from August 3.

The mobile projector enhances brightness levels to reduce motion blurring and noise and ensuring optimum performance.

The Sony MP-CD1 mobile projector is said to enhance brightness levels to reduce motion blurring and noise and ensure optimum performance. It is equipped with Texas Instruments’ DLP IntelliBright technology that manages brightness and power consumption, the company said in a statement. The projector has a rating of 105 ANSI Lumens.

Sporting an aluminum design to increase durability, the pocket-sized MP-CD1 projector is capable of projecting content up to 304.8 centimeters (120 inches) in size from a short distance of 350 cm, at a resolution of 854×480 pixels.

The device with a 5,000mAh battery enables users to project clear images with up to two hours of projection time, the company claimed.

It comes with auto keystone correction for hassle-free projection with Tripod socket support and has wireless connectivity and media streaming with HDMI dongle.

The HDMI and USB ports on the device accept smartphones, laptops and gaming consoles.

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