Is there any smartphone this year with as much to prove as the Galaxy Note 8? We highly doubt it, and with the features it’s about to bestow on us, Samsung’s stylus-touting smartphone might even exceed expectations.
It’s been four months since the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. As we go deeper into the year, we’re already in the season of a new Galaxy Note. Last year’s release was met with a predicament due to faulty batteries, so Samsung has to keep its best foot forward this year.
We got teased about this last week, and we’re not disappointed by the actual news: Vivo now has the technology for placing a fingerprint scanner right under a smartphone display — no more need for separate sensors!
I normally wouldn’t get excited about a new convertible laptop, but Samsung is making a strong case for the Notebook 9 Pro with the addition of its signature S Pen stylus. The hype meter suddenly went up twofold.
Acer was little early in announcing its latest budget-friendly gaming laptop, but it was only at Computex 2017 where I had a chance to see if it really delivers on its promise of sharp gaming for its value.
Other than the ZenBook Flip S, ASUS didn’t announce brand-new devices at Computex 2017, and instead chose to refresh its already loaded lineup. On the flip side (pun intended), we now have an updated list of prices.
Samsung’s recently released Galaxy S8 has been dubbed by many as a game-changer in the smartphone arena with its winning design and high-powered specifications, but let’s talk about its feature that is most relevant to everyday life: the camera.
The newest Samsung flagship release should not be any news for an Apple user like me, but the newest Android superstar has me doubting my Mac loyalty. I have lived my life with one limb permanently attached to my iPhone, and I’ve never really considered changing my ways, until now.
Nokia managed to get the internet all hyped up with a feature phone. The hype reached fever pitch when Nokia finally unveiled the 2017 version of the 3310 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. For a closer look, here’s our Nokia 3310 hands-on video.