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.
Writing about how Nokia, for a moment, excited people in 2017 somehow feels weird. However, HMD Global — the Finnish company that now owns the Nokia brand — hit the right buttons by appealing to fans in the most nostalgic way possible.
Forget for a second that Nokia announced a few new smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. This moment is about the comeback of the Nokia 3310 — an instant classic.
Huawei has been on a roll ever since being commissioned to make the Nexus 6P for Google. The trend continues with the outstanding Huawei P10 announced officially at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.
It’s 2017 and for most of us, typing on a cold sheet of glass is the most natural of things.
But while tapping on a screen is second nature to us smartphone users, there’s nothing quite like the tactile punchiness of a physical keyboard.
If you find yourself longing for that classic BlackBerry experience, the new KEYone is everything you remembered from the good ol’ days, but with all the bells and whistles you expect from a smartphone of today.
While I love taking photos while traveling, soaking up the experience will always be my top priority.
I’m fine with quick snapshots knowing I can always go back and post-process my photos later. When you’re traveling, you don’t have the time to fiddle with manual controls, so when it comes down to it, shooting on auto is a compromise worth making.
For me a good smartphone is one that can quickly churn out photos that barely need any tweaking. This especially rings true when you’re on a holiday in one of the most fast-paced cities in the world: Hong Kong.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, which smartphone takes the best photos of them all?
If you’re looking for the best camera smartphone money can buy, look no further. We’ve rounded up the best, currently available smartphones in the world today, took them on a road trip, took plenty of the same photos, and evaluated the results.
What do Samsung, Apple, and Huawei have in common other than amazing phones and billions in their bank accounts? Well, umm, a lot of other things, but let’s focus on their in-house processors for a minute.
Huawei’s Honor series usually targets the midrange market, and Mobile World Congress (MWC) is traditionally the chosen grounds for showcasing the hottest mobile gadgets. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is about to go against those two norms.
While all talk about the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) has been of the Samsung Galaxy S8, LG G6, and Huawei P10, Sony has quietly been working on its own pending launch. The only difference is it might not be for a flagship device.
You might have heard about Apple finally overtaking Samsung in smartphone shipments last quarter, and in turn, owning a larger piece of the total market share. Great achievement, yes, but the true accomplishment belongs to the brands found below the two giants.