The iPhone X has just dropped and it’s looking pretty sleek with its borderless display and that minimal camera notch up top. But, to get one you’d have to shell out a whole lot of money — US$ 999 to be precise.
Before you go off trying to sell your belongings to fund your iPhone lust, know that there are ways to get that iPhone look without spending.
Apple wastes no time in showing off what their hardware can do with their newest smartphone features. One specific function caught my eye — and for good reason. The newly introduced Portrait Lighting mode promises casual smartphone users like yours truly to capture photographs and recreate studio lighting effects on the new iPhones.
Apple just announced the iPhone X, a stunning bezel-less phone, but that’s not the only thing that was show-stopping in their keynote announcement. Other exciting bit of newscomes in the form of high-tech emojis.
These days, smartphones can do almost anything. From booking rides, to finding drinks and finding love — these high-tech gadgets are super capable. Having a phone camera has also become a standard, but not all cameras are created equal.
Pia Wurtzbach, also known as Queen Pia, is arguably one of the most beautiful women in the world today. The former Miss Universe has not only made waves with her beauty, but also with her grace and intelligence.
360 cameras have been all the rage these days, but none of the new camera releases have really excited me — until now. Insta360’s newest device promises a new camera experience, and it may very well be a game-changer in the video department.
OPPO recently released a fiery red version of the F3 and it certainly has heads turning. I got my hands on a unit and decided to see what the hot fuss is all about. Aside from the cool color, what does this phone have to offer?
In a time when cameras are getting smaller and every scene becomes a digital image at a tap on a smartphone screen, are prints still relevant?
Fujifilm’s Instax SQ10 aims to prove that they are. Following the wide success enjoyed by previous Instax models as the cutest niche product for print enthusiasts and go-to girlfriend gift of the past millennium, the brand tries its hand at a digital/analog camera hybrid.
I took one look at the Meizu Pro 7 and I knew I wanted to try it out. You see, unlike other folks at GadgetMatch who look to specs and features as basis for wanting to try a phone, I look at form factor and novelty. A phone with a secondary AMOLED display was obviously right up my alley.
When was the last time you held an actual photo in your hand?
I grew up with physical photo albums and picture frames. These days, though, you’d be hard-pressed to find photo printouts — most pictures are stored in your camera roll or tucked away as “Memories” on your Facebook feed.
Not that I’m suggesting that downloading apps would instantly transform your lifestyle, but they can definitely put you on the right track. Living a healthier lifestyle entails commitment and certain life changes (for most of us unhealthy mortals), but all it takes is a decision to try — and baby steps to get there.
If not already obvious from the countless selfies in my selfie smartphone reviews, I like pink — so much so that I dyed my hair the same color. And, well, it doesn’t stop there. Ever since I started at GadgetMatch, and even after a number of product reviews, I’ve always kept an eye out for anything pink.
OnePlus has come a long way from the OnePlus One and its invite-only system. Now on its sixth smartphone release (the OnePlus 4 was skipped, but there’s a OnePlus X and 3T in between), expectations are higher than ever for the OnePlus 5. Here are my thoughts on the new flagship phone.