Tag Archive: Spec


Sony announces Xperia XZ2 Premium with 5.8-inch 4K HDR display, dual cameras, spec bumps

Sony Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact

The new high-end model forms a triumvirate trying to save Sony’s smartphone business in 2018.

We’re over a month removed from the announcement of the Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact, which have just gone on sale in the U.S., but Sony has a third member of the lineup to launch now: the Xperia XZ2 Premium. The XZ2 Premium is mostly the same as the standard XZ2, aside from a handful  [Read More…]

OUKITEL provides a spec breakdown for its new IP68 WP5000 (Promoted)

OUKITEL showed off the WP5000’s environmental resistance and ability to take a beating, but what happens when they bury it in concrete, or light it on fire? Come check out the video here, along with a set of WP5000 specs.

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Here is the spec rundown for the Moto Z2 Force

Earlier today Motorola finally unveiled its flagship for this year, the Moto Z2 Force so we wanted to give you a quick spec rundown. The Moto Z2 Force arrives with a $ 750 price tag and will be available with all major carriers and US Cellular, as well as from Best Buy and Motorola. If you […]

OnePlus 5 vs. OnePlus 3T vs. OnePlus 3: Spec comparison

A year of OnePlus phones at a glance.

In the past 12 months, OnePlus has announced, promoted, launched, released, and discontinued two flagship smartphones. The OnePlus 3 and 3T each lasted just 6 months on store shelves — which speaks not to any lack of quality but to the reality of OnePlus’s fast-moving product refresh cycle.

So here we are with the OnePlus 5, the new hotness from OnePlus that takes the core experience of the 3T  [Read More…]

Here is the spec rundown for the OnePlus 5

The OnePlus 5 has been officially announced and here’s a rundown of all of the specs for the device.

Quick Charge 4+ is the next fast charging spec for your smartphone

Qualcomm’s 15% faster charging standard is limited to one device at present, however.

Who doesn’t love fast charging? It’s certainly become a necessary requirement when buying a smartphone, at least in the Android world. But part of that is because Qualcomm has been pushing the specification in every new smartphone debut for years. Can you blame them? Once you go fast charging, you never go back.

This time, we’re hearing about Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4+, the evolutionary successor to  [Read More…]

New leak reveals full spec sheet of Xiaomi’s Mi 6 and Mi6 Plus

Latest rumor suggests the Mi 6 and Mi 6 Plus will be powered by the Snapdragon 835.

Xiaomi is rumored to unveil its 2017 flagships — the Mi 6 and Mi 6 Plus — on April 11, and a recent leak gives us a look at the alleged spec sheet of both devices. According to the leak, both the Mi 6 and Mi 6 Plus will be powered by the Snapdragon 835, contradicting earlier rumors that Xiaomi  [Read More…]

Sony’s XZ Premium is a spec sheet beast, but will you actually be able to buy it?

You may have noticed that this week has been chalked full of new product announcements. You can thank the industry’s largest trade show, Mobile World Congress happening right now in Barcelona, Spain for that. We’ve seen the return of the G series from LG (LG G6), a new entry into the G series from Motorola (Moto […]

HTC announces U Ultra and U Play: Beautiful glass back in two sizes with disparate spec sheets

HTC is waiting less than two weeks into 2017 to launch two new phones.

At an event today in Taiwan, HTC unveiled its latest phones in a new line: the HTC U Ultra and U Play. The two models follow a familiar strategy for HTC, launching one high-end device and another in the same line with lower specs to target different audiences. To that point, the U Ultra is the phone we’ll see here in the U.S.  [Read More…]

SD 5.1 spec will help you identify if your card can handle apps with new ‘A1’ badge

It will soon be easier to identify when a microSD card is best suited for app performance.

The SD Assisciation (SDA), which handles the specification for SD cards of all types, has unveiled its latest spec, SD 5.1, including a new distinction for SD cards that are designed for application use rather than just media storage. The new specification, called “A1” (or App Performance Class 1), shows that a given SD card meets certain performance standards set by the  [Read More…]