A list of large screen 6.3 to 6.5 inch smartphones available from China at bargain prices. It includes basic details, links to suppliers, plus links to a few independent reviews available.
I’ve now had my large screen (6’3″) Chinese smartphone for 2 weeks. I’m delighted with it and no longer need a tablet. As promised here is my user review:
As a wannabe app developer, my old phone wasn’t up to the job. The 6.3″ Samsung Galaxy mega was the perfect choice – doing away with the need for a tablet as well.
Unfortunately it was too expensive, luckily I discovered some Chinese alternatives with more memory and higher screen resolution at half the price.
This is part one of a topic covering 6.3 to 6.5 inch phablets and where to buy them.
Many websites selling China sourced goods have a bad reputation. This article includes a list of web stores I’d be prepared to use, and why. I produced the shortlist whilst searching for a cheap phablet of similar size to the Galaxy Mega 6.3″. I’ve also included tips on how you can identify suspect sites yourself.
How to ensure search results and social media shares attract people to your site. Includes optimum Title and Description sizes for Google, Facebook & Twitter
Do you use Maxmind’s free code and database file(s) for Geoip? Is updating your site with the latest data file one of those tasks you never have time to do?
Here’s a “sit back and forget it” PHP script with error detection, recovery, and email notification to automate the process! You can even use it to get and uncompress gzip files from other remote sites.
Do you have scheduled jobs run via Cron that you want to prevent being run via browsers and other user agents?
Well, here are two single line statements to do just that. One, for scripts “requested” by directory path; and another for scripts requested by URL.
If you are unable to access your WordPress dashboard because the login page is blocked, it could be because your host’s server security has detected a brute force attack.
This article shows how to make a few simple changes which allow you to continue logging in whilst keeping your server’s brute force countermeasures.
There are occasions when you may want your pages to be “refreshed” from the server rather than browser cache. This is simple to achieve for most browsers except Opera.
Can’t find a solution that works for Opera on any of the developer forums?
Comment spambots use “footprints” to find your site. Find out how to remove these identifying footprints from your blog and vastly reduce the volume of spam targeted at your site.