Tag Archive: Camera


FrontRow Camera review: A nice toy, but no game-changer

The FrontRow camera is intended to provide a standalone, hands-free camera to wear at events. Does it perform well enough to justify the $ 399 price tag? Check out our complete review here.

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These Nest Outdoor Camera Skins Could Extend Life of your Investment

Keep your Nest cams safe from the elements with a silicone skin!

Nest may be best known for its smart thermostats, but the Google-owned company also makes an outstanding line of outdoor cameras for adding a touch of security to your home.

The Nest Cam Outdoor features IP65 weatherproofing, which means it’ll keep out dust and protect the internals from low-pressure water jets. But depending on where you’re installing in your home, the last thing you’d want  [Read More…]

MrMobile Review: The Galaxy S9 is a clever camera in a classic casing

It’s never easy to quantify the latest flagship smartphone from a company like Samsung … because no matter how disappointing or dazzling it turns out to be, the latest Galaxy will always sell like gangbusters. Part of that is thanks to Samsung’s incredible marketing machine, but for the past few years it’s also been a result of the company churning out some truly impressive smartphones. Smartphones that, in the words of Andrew Martonik over in the full  [Read More…]

Future Essential Phone could have a pop-up selfie camera

This is how you make bezel-less smartphones.

We saw a lot of exciting tech at this year’s Mobile World Congress, but one phone that stole our hearts the most was Vivo’s Apex concept phone. The Apex is Vivo’s idea of what our phones could look like in the near future, and one of the most stunning parts of the Apex was its 90%+ screen-to-body ratio. Rather than adopting the infamous notch, Vivo achieved this by hiding the front-facing camera  [Read More…]

Moto Z2 Force India review: A great phone let down by a poor camera

Motorola is bringing the Moto Z2 Force to India six months after its global debut, and that puts the phone in a tough spot.

Motorola launched the Moto Z2 Force in the U.S. over six months ago, and while the ShatterShield tech was a welcome addition that allowed the phone to stand out, the $ 720 retail price and woeful camera meant it wasn’t quite as good as flagships from Samsung and LG.

For its Indian launch,  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy S9+ is the best smartphone camera DxOMark has ever tested

This is a great early indication that Samsung has something special here.

Few things changed in the Galaxy S9+ over its predecessor, but the one fundamental shift was in its camera hardware. Going with an all-new sensor, physically changing aperture and a secondary telephoto lens, Samsung knew it had something worth talking about. And according to DxOMark, it worked: the Galaxy S9+ received its highest-ever mobile rating of 99.

The Galaxy S9+ got to that combined score  [Read More…]

LG V30S ThinQ arrives with an AI-powered camera, more RAM and new colors

LG launches the V30S ThinQ at MWC 2018, a flagship coming with a smarter camera, more RAM and Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.

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Vivo’s APEX has an insane 98% screen-to-body ratio and retractable front camera

Vivo is showcasing the future of smartphone authentication with its latest concept phone.

Earlier this year, Vivo rolled out the first phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor in the X20 Plus UD. At Mobile World Congress, the company is showing off the APEX concept phone, which has a screen-to-body ratio in excess of 98%, a half-screen in-display fingerprint sensor, and a retractable front camera.

The X20 Plus featured a fingerprint sensor near the bottom of the  [Read More…]

Yi 4K+ action camera review: Powerful, and so simple to use

Yi Technology makes some great action cameras with decent mobile connectivity. And this is the best of them all.

As smartphone cameras continue to improve, for many the need to carry a dedicated camera continues to disappear. But there are times you want something that isn’t your phone.

Action cameras aren’t what you take out with you to take high-quality landscape photos, or to cover a wedding. But they’re really good if you’re into mountain biking, or  [Read More…]

Cat Phones intros rugged, waterproof S61 with enhanced thermal imaging camera

Slated to launch in the second quarter, the Cat S61 is tougher than hell and can withstand anything you throw at it. The updated model also boasts an indoor air quality sensor and laser-assisted measuring tool.

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