The Pixel 2 has hands down one of the best cameras on a smartphone. While the camera hardware is A+ the software is really what makes the difference. Google tends to focus on dynamic range and low light performance with their camera software. You can actually improve the performance on your camera with their software.
The LG G7 was arguably one of the best phones of 2017. It featured a great design, spectacular camera and features like waterproofing and wireless charging that made this phone hard to beat. That being said LG has decided it won’t follow up the series with another “G” branded device. While the G7 was top notch it didn’t perform in sales as well as LG would have liked.
We have been expecting that the Galaxy S9 and S9+ would have smaller bottom bezels than the Galaxy S8 and S8+ from last year, but new intel coming from accessory makers may confirm otherwise. Olixar has just released images of their first Galaxy S9 and S9+ screen protectors confirming the design of the devices. This years new flagships will have the same dimensions of the S8 and S8+. The front camera and sensor placement will remain the same as well.
Samsung has just announced the all new Exynos 9810 which is expected to debut in the upcoming Galaxy S9. The US and China of course will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845, but other markets will be powered by the new Exynos chip! The chip is based on Samsung’s second gen 10nm process which brings features like faster LTE and support for deep learning image processing.
If you are like me you are just itching to get your hands on Google’s latest flagship series the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. While we still have a few days for these devices to arrive you can get a feel for their new launcher right now on any Android phone running Lollipop or greater. This is all thanks to a few guys over at XDA! Find the Launcher with and without Google Now Panel. The modified launcher won’t work on all devices, but works just fine on my LG V30!
In this video we pit the iPhone 8 with its A11 Bionic chip against the Galaxy Note 8 with its Snapdragon 835. All the reports suggest that the iPhone 8 is the fastest phone ever and nothing else compares, but is the iPhone 8 really faster than the Galaxy Note 8?
Now that you have your new iPhone 8 here are the first few things you should do to help you set up your device for the best possible experience.
We finally have a full rundown of Google’s plans for the October 4th event! It looks like we have plenty to look forward to. We also have several leaks pertaining to everything that will be showcased at the event. Check out the full rundown in the video above.
The iPhone X is Apple’s most revolutionary smart phone this much is for sure. However at times it seems like this phone is simply catching up to what we have already seen from Android devices. There are 5 glaring issues with the iPhone X which are covered in the video above!
The Pioneer 4201-NEX has given new life to my 10 year old Chevrolet Avalanche. This older vehicle had 6 disc CD changer, an aux port and left lots to be desired in the technology department. The 4201-NEX added full Android Auto hands free integration with a full fledged navigation system, bluetooth, and even a DVD player. I have been cured of my New Car Fever! Check out my full review of the stereo system above!