With Samsung’s latest flagships making their landing this MWC, we were expecting the device to make some waves, and now that DxOMark has completed their testing on the Samsung Galaxy S9+, it turns out its camera is pretty darn amazing.
As smartphones are packing even larger displays, one company has just introduced what appears to be the smallest phone in the world. Imagine a device that’s roughly the size of a USB thumb drive which you can use for voice call and text. On top of that, its tiny 200mAh battery is rated to last up to an incredible 3 days on a single charge.
ASUS Malaysia is introducing a new smartphone that will compete with the “FullView” smartphones from Huawei, OPPO and vivo. Introduced as the Pegasus 4S in China, this smartphone comes with a tall 5.7″ display and a huge 4,310mAh battery.
Looks like Asus has finally jumped on the 18:9 display bandwagon and has just announced their first smartphone to feature such a screen.
The Samsung Galaxy smartphone family is getting a whole lot bigger. After having the Galaxy S, A, E and J series, the Korean maker is about to launch its new Galaxy C line up that could overlap with its current Galaxy A (2016) smartphones.
Launched at [email protected] earlier today, Acer’s latest mid-range offering not only has a rather odd name (that would sound totally at home at the shampoo aisle) but also a gigantic battery that apparently keeps fresh for up to two days.
A new leak about Samsung’s C series smartphones drops a potential release date and a small tidbit about its construction.