The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 will come in a striking Titanium Grey colour.
The latest in the Galaxy S lineup is due to be launched 25/02/2018.
To tease the launch Samsung have released this promotional video with big emphasis on the upcoming features of the new camera.
The phone design looks similar to the previous Galaxy S8 but the new Galaxy S9 Plus will incorporate a dual rear camera.
The latest phone from Nokia / HMD has been leaked by the famous @evleaks
Due to be revealed at MWC at the end of February the Nokia 7+ comes loaded with Android One.
Android One is a fully clean version of Android with nothing installed from manufacturers or operators.
Android One will provide a much simpler update process!
The device itself will boast a 18:9 aspect screen with 4GB Ram and 64GB memory.
Let us know what you think?
Samsung launch the A8 and A8 Plus.
Positioned just below the flagship S8 and Note 8 the A8 will feature a 5.6-inch 1920 x 2220 18.5:9 Infinity display and a dual-lens front-facing camera.
The unique dual-lens front facing camera is one of the first of its kind and will consist of 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel f/1.9 lenses.
The lenses are designed to offer both close-up and portrait photos, it will be possible to switch between each lens for taking selfies or a Live Focus feature that will be adjustable before and after the picture is taken.
Nokia 6 2018 Leaked
TENAA, the Chinese regulatory has uploaded images of the upcoming Nokia 6 2018.
A new larger 18:9 display is present with the finger print sensor now moved to the back of the phone.
The larger display means smaller bezels so a the phone size will stay relatively the same.
HMD / Nokia is definitely taking the phone re launch seriously and upping their design with the second generation of Android phones.
iPhone X First Reviews Are In, See What People Think!
As the phones start to be delivered some of the major tech sites have their first impressions now online.
As usual with a new device there are some mixed comments with some people loving it and some people not so sure.
The main issues seem to stem from the new Face ID system for unlocking the phone.
Personally as an iPhone user I’m disappointed the Touch ID home has ben removed as it was super fast and convenient.
Check out the following to see how it’s starting to stack up!
There are many things I can’t learn from a demo unit. I can’t try the camera properly, the apps I usually have installed on my phone aren’t there to use. But this iPhone user will never buy an iPhone that has a traditional home button. The iPhone X is the future, and I can’t wait to get in on it as soon as possible.
The Verge – iPhone X review: face the future
All that adds up to the thing you already know: the iPhone X is a very expensive iPhone. For a lot of people, it’ll be worth it. For a lot of people, it’ll seem ridiculous. But fundamentally, it’s a new iPhone, and that means you probably already know if you want to spend a thousand dollars on one.