Worldwide shipments of smartphones reached 1.5 billion units in 2017, from 680 million units sold in 2012. Statistics show that more than 28 percent of the world’s population owned a smart device in 2016, expected to increase to 37 percent by 2020. TechCrunch reported in mid-July that Apple’s App Store
Wouldn’t it be nice if we have just one device for all our computing needs? For consumers, it’s certainly a great idea and seems quite possible to achieve. Samsung believes it can pull it off. The company has already started its preparation to peruse ‘one device to rule them all’
Samsung and Huawei both launched their much-awaited folding smartphone at this year’s MWC. And while the tech industry got divided over ‘innies’ vs ‘outies’ debate, one concern that the two parties share is the price point. And that’s about to change. According to sources, Xiaomi is ready to break the rules.
There’s a lot to feel guilty about these days as a parent: working too much to spend time with your children; feeding the aforementioned children a steady diet of pizza, peanut butter sandwiches and Pepperidge Farm Goldfish; ruining everyone else’s plane ride. Perhaps no source of parental guilt, however, gets
What do you get if you buy a 5G phone in March 2019? Trick question, bragging rights and not much else. Sony is cognizant of this as it plans out its portfolio for 2019.. In a discussion with TechRadar, the firm revealed that it wasn’t going to delve into 5G like
Samsung is planning to launch a new device under their A series banner. Called A50, the device is rumoured to boost decent specs and will be available in the market soon. According to a new leak, Samsung Galaxy A50 will have almost all the features one might look for including
Many months ago we posted on a variety of patents by Motorola for a folding smartphone. Now those ideas have gained some momentum again after the Wall Street Journal reported that Motorola is set to release a folding smartphone under the Razr brand as soon as next month. The best design
In 2018 small Asian OEM Vivo had influence on the smartphone world way beyond their size, with the release of the first full-screen smartphone, the Vivo Apex Nex S. Now the company is set to shake up the world once again with their new Apex smartphone,Vivo Apex Nex S, which
It took 5 years for Samsung to make their 2013 vision of a folding smartphone real, and it is near certain that Samsung will be launching their folding Samsung Galaxy F on the 20th February. It is nearly certain however that Samsung is already working on what is next, and
Samsung battle on the smartphone notch is still in full effect, and after finding a way to move the selfie camera into the display, their Display subsidiary is set to demonstrate their technology to move the earpiece to the same location. The Economic Times of Korea reports that Samsung Display
RB Leipzig could lose Timo Werner to Bayern Munich after the striker made it clear he is interested in joining the Bundesliga champions. Timo Werner made no attempt to hide his interest in a transfer to Bayern Munich after the Bavarian giants beat RB Leipzig 1-0 on Wednesday. The Germany
Notches have been de rigeur on phones ever since the iPhone got one. Now, as Android OEMs aim to eliminate the ignoble notch with sliders, dual screen phones and pinholes, one OEM appears to be sticking with the notch for its next release — if renders are to be believed.
While many of us are waiting for Samsung’s new Galaxy S flaghships, a lot of action is hapening in their mid-range, including the recent release of their first handset with an Infinity-O camera, the Galaxy A8s. Now news of another new line of mid-range Samsung smartphones have leaked, the Galaxy
We recently reported that there might be another Pixel 3 device that Google skipped during their launch event. The company was rumoured to launch a mid-range Pixel device along with the flagship Pixel 3 and Pixel XL but that didn’t happen. Now it looks like Google might still be working
hi.sevahiIt looks like the fight for the best camera smartphone is about to take a turn as LG has filed a patent for a smartphone with 16 camera lenses. The patent was filed by LG with the USPTO and was granted on November 20. The patent describes 16 camera lenses on
UK regulator Ofcom has published the result of its annual survey, and it makes interesting reading for those interested in the future of consumer computing. The face-to-face survey of around 3,750 adults shows that the home computing market appears to have been rather steady of the last few years, with 63%