Phones will always rely on gimmicks to try and get attention, and sometimes those ideas are simply natural steps forward.
LG is planning on making waves at this year’s Mobile World Congress event, and it may be doing that with a gesture-based control scheme in its upcoming device.
Foldable phones are going to be all the rage in 2019. Samsung has already given us a glimpse of its foldable phone along with a couple of other relatively unknown Chinese OEMs. Not to be left behind, Xiaomi’s co-founder and president Bin Lin has also posted a short video showcasing the company’s foldable device cited as the “world’s first ever double folding phone” in action.
Honor, the Huawei sub-brand, officially announced its latest flagship smartphone, the View 20 (or V20) before the end of 2018.
Being able to switch from one carrier to another is still a relatively tricky situation in the United States, but it may be getting even harder once Android Q rolls around.
Word on the street is that Motorola, which is owned by Lenovo, is going to bring back the RAZR brand in a big way this year.
Various leaks have pointed to Samsung working on a high-end variant of the Galaxy S10+ featuring 1TB storage and 12GB RAM. To make this variant of the device stand out from the others and to justify its high price, Samsung will be offering it with a ceramic back in white and black colors.
The Lenovo-owned Motorola reportedly has a foldable phone on the way, but the company isn’t quite giving up on the notch just yet.
The folks over at DxOMark have run the Mate 20 Pro’s triple-camera setup through its paces and given it an overall score of 109 points. This puts it at the top spot of DxOMark’s rankings where it shares the crown with Huawei’s own Mate 20 Pro.
Google has decided to acquire some smartwatch technology from Fossil Group for $40 million. The technology is still under development and will also see a part of Fossil’s R&D team join Google.