What kind of photos and video does the Galaxy S8 capture?
The Galaxy S8 is arguably the most important Android phone of the year. Samsung’s most popular brand is the world’s most popular Android phone, and it goes without saying that what Samsung does, others follow.
That’s why we were surprised to learn that Samsung didn’t make a big deal of its flagship’s camera this time around, opting to maintain the status quo. It doesn’t hurt that [Read More…]
Android 7.1.2 has now received its second beta prior to the public release in April.
Users of Nexus and Pixel phones running the Android 7.1.2 beta can now download the second beta in the series, which fixes some bugs from the initial version released in January while bringing eligible phones that latest security updates.
The update is already hitting Pixel devices, along with the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Pixel C and Nexus Player, and brings the devices [Read More…]
Finally, a plug and play 360-degree camera.
As much as I love taking photos with my trusty Ricoh Theta, it’s not the easiest thing in the world to use. I have to remember to keep it charged, the Bluetooth connection with my phone can occasionally be a little finicky, and while it’s thin enough to be pocketable it’s also long and needs a protective sleeve to keep the lenses safe. Most other 360-degree cameras are worse, especially [Read More…]
For the last few years, Nokia has remained in the background of the mobile market, but at MWC 2017 in Barcelona over the weekend the iconic Finish company made a spectacular comeback. In partnership with HMD, Nokia took the stage to announce three budget-minded smartphones with Android and a Nokia 3310 revival feature phone. Nokia […]
We’ve redesigned our Forums to make them more accessible to more users — all while maintaining what made them great for our seasoned community members to start!
We want more people reading and engaging with the great content that is being produced in our Forums. Here is an overview of some of the biggest changes – a big thank you to Gio Martinez in particular for absolutely crushing it in coding these new designs, and to our [Read More…]
Last week was a bit of a crazy one in carrier news. T-Mobile has long been offering unlimited plans but Verizon shook up the world by beginning to offer unlimited data plans again after a years-long hiatus. Sprint and AT&T tried to make their own waves as well with tweaks to their unlimited plans in […]
In a few days Lenovo and Motorola are going to take the stage at MWC 2017 and launch (at least) two highly anticipate middle-range smartphone – the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. Coming to replace the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus, the two handsets will sport fairly decent specs and affordable price-tags. While […]
Two of the best budget phones in India go head-to-head.
Xiaomi has started off the year strong with the Redmi Note 4, offering a feature-rich phone for ₹12,999. Although Huawei’s sub-brand Honor doesn’t have the same brand recognition as Xiaomi in India, the manufacturer’s latest budget handset, the Honor 6X, stands out in several areas.
In fact, the Honor 6X is the only phone that is close to the Redmi Note 4 when it comes to the [Read More…]
A few days ago we told you that HMD, the global licensee for all upcoming Nokia smartphones and tablets, might be bringing to MWC 2017 a new Nokia N95 smartphone. We also expect the Finnish duo to unleash a pair of flagship handsets, but according to the latest rumors, it seems like we’re mostly going […]
Remember that in January, Verizon launched its 5GB for $ 55 data plan, claiming most customers don’t use more than 5GB of data per month. Well it seems, Big Red suddenly realized some of its costumers do want to have the option of choosing an unlimited data plan. So it has spurted out a plan to […]