In a few new video commercials released on YouTube today, Huawei
presents its Mate 10 smartphone series (announced last month) as being superior
to the competition – at least in some regards.
In one of the new videos, Huawei introduces us to a young smartphone
owner who uses both a Mate 10 Pro, and a Samsung Galaxy S8 (this phone’s name
isn’t specifically mentioned, but it’s clearly an S8, probably the + model). Living with the device that’s not made by Huawei is presented as being complicated, as you’d need to often charge its battery,
either directly from a wall socket, or with …
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Announced at the end of October, the Nokia 2 is a smartphone that runs near stock Android 7 Nougat, and is aimed at customers who
don’t want to spend too much on a new handset. If you’re in the US and you’re
interested in buying the Nokia 2, we have good news. Amazon is getting ready to
start selling the smartphone, US warranty included.
The Nokia 2 is compatible with carriers like AT&T and
T-Mobile, but won’t work on Verizon and Sprint. The phone comes unlocked, and costs
exactly $99. Amazon lists three color variants of the device: Black, Copper,
There are some doors left open wide in the YouTube client on iOS 11, as plenty of users have taken to the interwebs to complain that their iPhones and iPads updated to the latest version of Apple’s mobile OS, are experiencing heat and power consumption issues with it. Depending on whose complaint you listen to, the battery goes down 20% in fifteen minutes to half an hour of watching video, which, by all counts, sounds pretty terrible.
On previous iPhone models, you could easily enable battery percentage to be displayed in the status bar at all times, but with the iPhone X, this is no longer an option. Since the so-called “ears”—the space on each side of the notch—are not big enough to accommodate for as many icons as previous iPhones, some concessions had to be made. And one of these was to remove the battery percentage from the status bar.
The iPhone X goes on sale today and large queues have already formed in front of multiple Apple Stores around the world. Heck, even black market prices are nearing the $3,000-mark, which is crazy no matter how you look at it.