The new OnePlus 6T
After the OnePlus 6, the new OnePlus 6T. OnePlus is known for their rather fast and small but still noticeable upgrades. Those upgrades can go from having a better processor to having more battery.
Vodafone completes the first 5G call
Last week in Barcelona on the 22nd of February, Vodafone successfully demonstrated a call using the new Non Stand-Alone 3GPP 5G new Radio standard and sub6 GHz spectrum. The connection was initiated with a 4G connection and was later switched to a 5G connection for which the 3.7GHz bandwidth was used.
Picture of Samsung S9 and S9+ leaked
Samsung is going to present their new phones S9 and S9+ end February in Barcelona. But recently a picture leaked about their new models. Evan Blass aka @evleaks, already mentioned in some previous articles, published last week a picture of the front and the back of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+.
Full flexible Doogee screen coming in the near future
Next year Doogee will launch a full-flexible smartphone screen. Evan Blass, aka @evleaks tweeted 2 pictures with the bended screens on.
Motorola files patent for self-healing smartphone screen
Since Wednesday, Motorola filed a new patent for a smartphone screen that can “heal” after it was cracked. Those screens would be made from a “shape memory polymer”. We are not talking about a healing treatment in a shop or done by workers but by the phone itself. After the screen is cracked in the phone, you can open an app or press the repair button.
RED working on smartphone with holographic screen
RED is a company that's known for incredibly powerful camera's, mostly used by the film industry. We received news that the company is taking a surprising turn in product development as they're planning to launch a high-end smartphone with holographic screen.
Sense Peanuts Review
The french company Sense is still pretty new in the IoT space. On IFA Berlin in september I had my first encounter with the sense peanuts, by then there was only one peanut available, the thermopeanut, and a lot of plans for more. I wasn't too excited about it at first, the thermopeanut on its own felt like a feature too small to write and tell about it.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Review
If there’d be one company to rule them all, It would be Samsung, not only because it has its own private army, but also because of its capability to release amazing products worth reviewing or buying every year. Samsung makes loads of stuff, such as excellent 512 GB SSD’s, namely the “Samsung Evo” line and of course their smartphones, which we’re all familiar with. Samsung is known for being Apple’s arch nemesis in the field of smartphone manufacturing. So that’s why you always see Samsung fanboys and Apple fanboys yell at each other at events, some of the arguments they come up with are truly hilarious. But enough about that, you’re probably not here to read about the pointless discussions these people have. So let’s get to it.
Sony Xperia M4 Aqua - Review
If you were born in the 90’s, or even past that. You probably had a Sony stereo somewhere in your house. At least I know I did, and so did most of my friends back then. Sony was a well-known stereo manufacturer back in those days. But now Sony seems to be getting into other markets as well. And one of them is the smartphone market. Most people have a smartphone these days, either they just bought one because it’s basically all you can find at the store these days, or they needed one for work, for example. A smartphone is a handy gadget that can be used for many things, but its main use still remains the same of that of a phone.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - release date announced
Good news everyone, this is probably how professor Farnsworth would announce this. Samsung, which we of course all know very well, has finally announced the official release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. The official release date being the 21th of August in the United States of America. But wait… why did you only mention the USA? You might be asking yourself. Here’s he bad news, it’s not going to be released in Europe at all. This makes me very sad as a European citizen myself. But let’s not drown ourselves in self pity right now and let’s all look at from the bright side for a second.