Unique features of the LG G6 that set it apart from the current competition

LG finally lifted the veil on the G6 at MWC earlier today, and it sure was a sight to behold! The LG G6 has an amazingly compact footprint with almost bezel-less design, as a spacious 5.7-inch display occupies its front in a strikingly efficient manner. It boggles the mind how a device with almost the same dimensions as the 5.3-inch LG G5 can have such a big screen and remain adequately usable with one hand at the same time. But there’s more to the G6 than skin-deep beauty – the entire phone has been cleverly devised to utilize the new screen aspect ratio to its fullest, …

BlackBerry KEYone (Mercury): New and unique features

The BlackBerry KEYone, best known until now under the codename “Mercury”, is here and it is one of the most peculiar Android devices bearing the name of a big phone maker you’ll see in 2017. The KEYone bets heavily on classic BlackBerry staples, such as the iconic QWERTY keyboard and the enhanced security features, while trying to somehow fit in with the smartphone standards of today. It’s a difficult task, no doubt about that, but make no mistake about it – although the BlackBerry KEYone is “current” in many aspects, it is not a smartphone with mass-market appeal …

Here is what features the new Nokia 3310 (2017 edition) will have

The legend, the indestructible, the one and only Nokia 3310 will be most certainly be resurrected in just a matter of days. The new Nokia – a brand owned by company HMD Global that has some top Nokia executives at the helm, but production in China – is expected to unveil a new edition of probably the most iconic feature phone of all times.

A glorified feature phone, running on the Series 30 UIAnd if you hoped that the new Nokia 3310 will be a smartphone with a fancy camera and features… well, forget about it. New information about the 2017 return of the …

Images found in Tab S3 system dump reveal some Samsung Galaxy S8 features

According to an anonymous source, a system dump of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 tablet contained some images that show the Samsung Galaxy S8 running some features. We should point out that if the images are legit, there should be no more questions about the placement of the fingerprint scanner on the phone. Speaking of the openings on the back of the handset, one of the diagrams shows how to use the heart rate monitor which is located to the left of the rear-facing camera.

The phone’s on-screen navigation keys are also the subject of attention as one image highlights the multitasking key on …

Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge Comming

SAMSUNG GALAXY S8 EDGE APRIL 2017 -28 Megapixels,$900 USD, 5.3” 4K display with Full Information. Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge Rumors, Specs, Features, Concept, Price, Preorders, and Release Date Information 2017.


Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge-Release Date, Specs, Features and Price Information 2017.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge is already proving to be something worth waiting for, and although it won’t be seen until the early 2nd quarter of 2017 you just may want to wait. Sammy is looking to further themselves as being an elite smartphone manufacturer, and taking the Edge concept to the next level is something we’re fully expecting.

The Galaxy S8 Edge will be the third curved release in the popular S model series, and based on what we’re already hearing we’re all in for a real treat. The new concept looks to integrate everything unique including giving us more viewing angles and better productivity right on the display. We can all expect to see a slightly larger screen, more speed, more internal memory, more expandable options, faster processor, and much more.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge Specs:
The Samsung Galaxy S8 specs suggest we’re looking at a refined S7 Edge, but the new components including ultra responsive eye sensing technology, faster wireless and rapid charging, and a higher surround quality will be welcomed additions.The Edge controls are also expected to become more functional sensitivity controls for swipe that will help reduce accidental bumps a well as make them more responsive. We’re also expecting to get a whole lot more packed into a slightly larger frame as the screen is rumored to be 5.3 inches while sporting a true 4K display with a resolution of 4096 x 2160. Other rumored specs include a much bigger battery, dual micro SD card slots, front and rear Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection, and an octa-core processor clocked at 3.2GHz.

All details on the Galaxy S8 Edge specifications are detailed below.

Specifications Galaxy S8 Edge Specs

Battery: 4000 mAh

Camera Features: Optical image stabilization, auto laser focus, HDR, geo tagging, facial recognition.

Camera – Front 8.1 Megapixels
Camera – Rear 28 Megapixels

Colors: Black, gold, green, white

Features: Corning Gorilla Glass 5, 4G LTE, Bluetooth 5.0, fingerprint scanner, retina eye scanner, wireless charging, rapid charging, mini projector.

Memory: 64 and 128 GB internal memory and expandable with dual micro SD cards,

Operating System : Current Android operating system 2017

Price: $900 USD, 820 Euro,

Processor: Snapdragon Qualcomm octa-core 3.2 GHz processor


Release Date :April 2017,

Screen Display: 5.3” 4K display with a 4096 x 2160 screen resolution.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge Features:Some of the highlight Galaxy S8 Edge features will extend on the S7 Edge including a much better eye scanner, 4K recording, amazing durability with a newer version of Gorilla Glass protection, and a much charging technology. Ultra rapid charging with the supplied wired charger is rumored to fully charge the handset from 0% to 100% in just over 30 minutes. Wireless charging will be a bit more, but at about 45 minutes it will be much better than the GS7 Edge.

Unfortunately, either the standard S8 or S8 Edge will be waterproof as the popular, rugged Active will once again debut in the new concept. We’re also hearing the new Edge will be compatible with the newest version of HTML mark-up, Bluetooth 5.0, and the latest version of the Android operating system preinstalled which will launch just months before.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge Concept:Overall, the Galaxy S8 Edge concept will integrate the idea of creating a one mobile device that will literally do everything. Samsung is intent on integrating all the latest and greatest when it comes to mobile technology that will keep you connected to your vehicle and offer a wide array of mobile payment options. Enhanced security will be huge in the S8 Edge concept, especially considering the advances in Android Pay and Samsung Pay.

Expect to see a more durable surround as the newer Corning Gorilla Glass will be featured on both the front and rear of the handset. This will be significantly better than previous models in the Galaxy S series which was noted as inferior when comparing it to other flagships. Youtube Video

Add an iris scanner to the iPhone 8's list of suspected features

Each year, one of the most anticipated smartphone releases is Apple’s iPhone. Whatever your personal opinion on the product line may be, there’s no denying that the announcement and launch of a new iPhone creates for the most buzz and talk compared to other competitors. Last year’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus still created for a great deal of hubbub, but they were definitely some of Apple’s more conservative products in recent memory.

Thoughts and rumors about 2017’s iPhone have been circulating pretty much every since the 7 and 7 Plus were announced, and we’ve heard some pretty wild …

New Motorola Moto G5 Plus image shows up, reveals some features

First spotted in early January, the unannounced Motorola Moto G5 Plus can now be seen in a new leaked photo. Apparently originating from Brazil, the photo shows the smartphone with a marketing cover over its display – thus, we can check out some of its highlight features.

Until now, we assumed that the Moto G5 Plus would sport a 5.5-inch display, but the newly leaked image shows that the screen is actually a 5.2-inch one. This means that the Moto G5 Plus won’t be significantly larger than the normal, 5-inch Moto G5 (which is expected to be launched alongside it). In any case, the screens …

Best Android 7.0 Nougat features for the Samsung Galaxy S7

One of the best Android phones of the past year is getting its biggest software update yet.


Android 7.0 Nougat for the Samsung Galaxy S7 overhauls the phone’s UI, and adds new features which offer some hints at the direction in which Samsung is heading for the Galaxy S8.

A new, lighter UI is joined by a revamped Settings app, redesigned quick settings and a host of other useful features.

Whether you’re just getting started with Nougat on your GS7, or you’re still waiting on the update, we’ve got a full rundown of what’s new in the latest firmware in our video feature. Video Here

Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 edge, and S8 Plus Rumored

Galaxy S8, the Galaxy S8 edge, and probably the Galaxy S8 Plus in late February 2017. We even went out on a limb a few months ago and guesstimated that this will happen on February 26, 2017. Remains to be seen if we nailed this one on the head, but we digress.


Lots of saucy rumors regarding Samsung’s next phones have been making headlines during the past few months and that trend will definitely continue until said devices get unveiled. Edge-to-edge bezel-busting displays, fingerprint scanners embedded in the display itself, dual-lens cameras – most of these have been pegged as essential Galaxy S8 features, and truth be told, they are doing a pretty good job at keeping our expectations high, though the latter is nothing but a double-edged sword.

So, what are the top 8 hottest features that the Galaxy S8, the S8 edge, and the rumored S8 Plus will allegedly come with? Lo and behold, we’ve rounded these right below!

1. Larger displays with minimal bezels
It seems like most insiders agree Samsung is about to seriously shake things up in the design department this time. While some claim the phone will carry a futuristic all-screen bezel-less display, we are not entirely convinced that this will be the case. It’s much more plausible that Samsung will throw edge displays on all upcoming Galaxy S8 variations, which will somewhat cover the “bezel-busting” part, but it’s safe to assume that the devices will still feature top and bottom bezels though these will likely be downscaled by a significant margin.

2. Fingerprint scanner embedded within the display
The required technology is already out there so there’s stopping Samsung from utilizing a fingerprint scanner embedded in the display itself. This will not only allow Samsung to ditch its signature oval home button and shed some bulk off the front. We are most probably talking about Qualcomm’s Sense ID fingerprint sensor, which can be placed almost anywhere on a device as it is capable of reading your fingertips through glass, metal, or plastic. Other component manufacturers, like CrucialTek and Synaptics, have also developed similar fingerprint sensors that sound just like something that should make its way to the Galaxy S8 & Co.

3. Pressure-sensitive display
Seems like Samsung might be willing to throw everything but the kitchen sink in that display, or so they say. Samsung may be gearing up to introduce a Force Touch display technology with the Galaxy S8 models, tip insider sources, and is already testing such tech for the devices. An insider claims that the Galaxy S8 and S8 edge will be the pioneering Samsung smartphone to arrive with that 3D Touch-like functionality, with a full-blown adoption across the maker’s lineup expected to take place in 1-2 years’ time. This rumor makes lots of sense and it actually surprises us that Samsung did not announce a similar functionality before given that other smaller Android makers have come up with that earlier, not to mention that Apple has had that since 2015.

4. An S-Pen for the Galaxy S8 Plus?
The Note 7 left a huge burning hole in Samsung’s lineup, and if the rumor mill is to be believed, that gap is to be filled in with the mysterious 6.2″ Galaxy S8 Plus. This one is said to come with an S-Pen stylus, which won’t be fitted inside the device itself. Selling this one separately as an accessory makes more sense than releasing a Galaxy S smartphone that will take away vital features from the Note line, which is supposedly here to stay.

5. Stereo speakers
The latest rumor to hit us regards the audio capabilities of the upcoming devices and claims that the Galaxy S8 and most likely the S8 edge will have stereo speakers on board. These are pegged to have a Harman branding, which is possible thanks to Samsung’s recent $8 billion acquisition of the audio-centric giant. We are not sure yet if these will be two similar earpieces or Sammy will follow Apple by utilizing the earpiece as а loudspeaker in concert with the regular one positioned at the bottom of the device.

6. Autofocusing selfie camera
Meanwhile, selfies will be covered by a new, 8MP front-facing cam, a welcome bump over the Galaxy S7’s 5MP unit. So far, we have no idea if Samsung will throw in some additional goodies like a LED flash or even a dual front-facing camera setup – this will greatly contradict with the rumored design overhaul we’ve been telling you about previously. There’s the chance that the front camera of the Galaxy S8 and S8 edge will sport autofocus, which would allow you to take clearer pictures of objects that aren’t just at arm’s length but are situated at various distances in the frame.

7. Stepping things up with a Continuum-like feature
The rumor mill has it that that Samsung is eyeing a Continuum-like feature for the Galaxy S8/S8 edge. Said feature is supposedly called “Desktop Experience” and will reportedly allow users to connect the smartphone to an external display and use it as a proper desktop machine. You will be able to connect external I/O peripherals like mice and keyboards. Basically, you will reportedly be able to use the setup as a regular computer. If this Desktop Experience is indeed a real upcoming feature of the S8, Samsung must have enhanced the phone’s UI in order to provide a meaningful experience once the device is connected to a monitor. Remains to be seen if the rumor mill has gone out on a limb or Samsung is really prepping such a feature.

8. Potent hardware: 8GB of RAM, Snapdragon 835, Exynos 8895
Samsung won’t be skimping when it comes to hardware – call it wishful thinking if you wish, but it makes perfect sense that the Galaxy S8/S8 edge will come with Qualcomm’s latest beast of a chipset on board, the Snapdragon 835. We suppose it will power the US versions of the phones, while the international ones will likely arrive with an Exynos 8895 chipset, an elusive chip that has not been made official yet. Rumor has it that this one is an octa-core chipset comprising four Exynos M2 CPU cores (clocked at up to 2.5GHz) and four Cortex A53 CPU cores (clocked at up to 1.7GHz. It’s only logical to assume that it will match the Snapdragon 835 in performance, though one of these could be a bit more energy-efficient and ever-so-slightly faster.

Additionally, Samsung’s next flagships might arrive with a whole lot of 8GB of RAM for exceptional multi-tasking capabilities. ASUS was first to announce such a device at CES 2017 – the ASUS ZenFone 3 AR – and we feel like Samsung will match that with the Galaxy S8 and the S8 edge. The specs race just never ends.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Features, Camera Full Specification

Samsung is known to do a lot of things differently like including an EDGE display or launching an oversized phone back in 2012 with a stylus to play with. Since that day, their tricks have paid off and rewarded them so easily they started to compete with the tech giants called Apple. Well, 2016 was the year when everything failed miserably for Samsung, well not everything as when they launched the S7 and the EDGE model; they hit the gold mine as it was a huge success. But then, in August the launched the Note 7 which could have been one of the best android Smartphone one could buy, but it wasn’t and in fact it was such an epic fail that Samsung had to take it off the market.


Everything is not going that bad for Samsung as they are going to redeem themselves as they will launch the next flagship device in January or February of 2017. It’s time to talk about the features of the new Samsung Galaxy S8.

Camera– when we talk about Apple devices, the first thing that comes to our mind is its amazing camera. Well, the same cannot be said about Android devices but when it comes to Samsung Devices, their camera comes to our mind at first. Samsung Galaxy S7 had 4K recording capability but its pixel count was low as it is having 12 MP of camera. This time around, Samsung is planning major re-modifications as they will fit a 20 MP camera which will allow you to record 4K videos at 60 Frames per seconds.

Processor– another great thing about Samsung flagships is that they are never short of power. Be it the S2, S3, S4, S5, or S6 or the S7, these devices are so well built that people are even using S2 as their daily device. Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature a Snapdragon 830 processor or the Exynos 8890 processor coupled with a 6 GB or 8 GB RAM. For those who don’t know about the Exynos 8890 processor, it is the only processor which touched 3 GHz clock speed.

Display– it was a huge demand from Samsung fans to include a 4K resolution in their device as they have been doing exceptionally well in terms of their TV screens which are full 4K displays. Well this time Samsung is going to use 4K AMOLED displays which will be sized at 5 and 5.5 inch.

Battery– introduction of the 4K display means that the S8 will need more juice and to solve that problem Samsung will include 5,000 mah battery with quick charge 4.0 technology.