The Huawei P10 was made official at MWC today, featuring an impressive Leica-branded dual-cam setup on its back. One of the cameras is an RGB 12MP shooter, while its neighbor sports a 20MP monochrome sensor for those super-crisp black and white photos. If last year’s P9 is anything to go by, the P10 will be quite the adept pocket camera, but it is too early to pass any judgment on its capabilities at this point.
Samsung last slates of the Tab-series were released as far back as 2015, so it’s definitely a time for refresh. The company might have heard a rumor or two that Apple will be upgrading its iPad line this spring, and reacts accordingly with the newly-coined Tab S3 10-incher, plus two Windows-powered Samsung Books with Intel Kaby Lake processors. The slates come with specs worthy of 2017, but, most importantly, they can wield an upgraded S-Pen
Despite the rocky start of the year for LG because of the mostly lackluster G5, it finished 2016 on a high note thanks to the excellent LG V20. It was a big, manly phone, with two screens, three cameras, hi-fi audio, and all the bells and whistles you can expect from a high-end phablet. We hate to use that portmanteau word, but it just rolls off the tongue when you talk about the V20. And
On Sunday afternoon, Nokia’s new Finnish overlord, HMD Global, confirmed what many rumors said before the kickstart of this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The iconic Nokia 3310 is being revived this year, under HMD Global’s version of Nokia. Unfortunately, it looks less like Nokia’s big comeback, and more like a phone that just plain sucks. Continue reading… Trending right now: Here’s the three new Nokia Android phones you’ve been waiting for Samsung Galaxy Tab
Samsung fans, prepare to be disappointed. The company’s big MWC 2017 press conference is about to begin, but we met with Samsung last week and we already know everything the company plans to unveil on stage on Sunday in Barcelona. When the show is over in an hour or so, you will be disappointed. I’m not suggesting the three new devices Samsung is about to unveil are bad devices. In fact, quite the opposite: I’ve
Samsung is about to unveil a bunch of new products, but the two devices the company’s fans want to see most won’t be here. Well, they might be teased in a short video, according to leaks, but Samsung won’t announce the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ in Barcelona today. The phones were supposed to debut at MWC 2017, reports indicated, but then Samsung had to deal with the Galaxy Note 7 recall and ensuing investigation. But Samsung still has hot new