The HTC U12+ is now official, inheriting the mantle from the HTC U11 and aiming to help HTC hold its diminishing ground on the already jam-packed Android market.
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The HTC U12+, the Taiwan-based company’s latest attempt at grabbing is own chunk of the Android market, has just been unveiled with a plethora of neat features on deck. At first sight, the phone will likely captivate you with two of its noteworthy color options, the Translucent Blue and Flamed Red ones which are a breath of fresh air and spice things up, but appearance alone is hardly the single strength of the handset.
Joining the fray with its efficient 19:9 display aspect ratio, bezel-busting design, and thin frame, the device looks every bit modern, just like the majority of contemporary mid-range and flagship phones that aim to maximize the precious screen real estate, even at the stake of getting a controversial display notch up front.
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The OnePlus 6 is now official and it aims to take on the flagship stock by bringing some of the best possible specs out there at a pretty aggressive price that makes it one of the greatest pretenders for the value-for-money title.
With lots of fanfare, OnePlus today unveiled the OnePlus 6, its 5th-gen flagship device that wants continues to challenge the established order and offer top-of-the-line specs at a rather stomachable price tag.
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LG’s latest flagship device, the G7 ThinQ, was just yesterday announced and is bound to take off the forerunner mantle from the LG G6. With top-notch hardware inside and overall design that feels quite fitting for 2018, the device is undoubtedly and naturally LG’s best phones to date.
The wearable market is about to get a tad heated this year as two of the major players on the scene – Apple and Samsung – are slated to release their fresh new top-shelf wearables. Of course, you know we are talking about the anticipated Samsung Gear S4 and the Apple Watch Series 4.
Samsung says that its new Galaxy S9 series “redefines” what a phone camera is.
In a way it does: the S9 and S9+ are the first modern smartphones with a variable aperture lens that can open as wide as f/1.5, the widest ever on a smartphone, and this makes it possible to capture a ton of light at night and allows shooting videos at nearly pitch dark conditions. At the same time, this f/1.5 camera is only used in those super low light scenes, while the majority of time the phone shoots at its other, f/2.4 setting that captures actually sharper photos.