Though the picture doesn’t show the whole device, it’s looking very sexy ala the Galaxy S8. Factor in the whopping 8GB of RAM and the 23-megapixel+12-megapixel dual camera set-up, this device is looking like an absolute monster… More at Forbes.
A phone needs more than just tiny bezels, but this does look nice.
Apple’s four-inch smartphone received a customer satisfaction score of 87 out of 100 to finish just ahead of Samsung’s 5.7-inch Galaxy S6 edge+ and the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus.
20 other smartphones, mostly including other iPhone and Galaxy models, received customer satisfaction scores of between 70 and 85, according to the ACSI results published today… More at MacRumors.
I’m not surprised by this at all because it is a wonderful product in my view. More than the 6 and 7 iPhones, it feels emotional and is something you simply want to hold.
Google VP Dave Burke, however, provided insight yesterday that Google may actually have less than 66% global market share. And he did so right on Google’s own blog. The key difference: sales numbers versus actual usage numbers. Burke posted that Google was celebrating a major milestone: “There are now 2 billion monthly active Android devices globally,” he wrote. “This is an extraordinarily humbling milestone — and it’s the largest reach of any computing platform of its kind.” More at Forbes.
One of those discoveries those of us who write wish we had made. Seems so obvious now.
The next generation of our bestselling Fire tablet ever – now thinner, lighter, with longer battery life and an improved display.
Beautiful 7″ IPS display with higher contrast and sharper text, a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and up to 8 hours of battery life. 8 or 16 GB of internal storage and a microSD slot for up to 256 GB of expandable storage. Available in all-new colours: Black, Marine Blue, Punch Red and Canary Yellow.
Now with Alexa, for quick access to the information and entertainment you want. Ask questions, play music, get the news, weather, control your smart home and more – just press the home button and ask… Released on 7th June by Amazon.
It was already brilliant value, but this ups the game even more.
HTC was king of the mobile hill at one time and after seeing this new ‘flagship’, it seems to be further away from the competition than ever before. A shame.
Sorry to say it, but Siri is pretty crap these days and is falling far behind the competition.
Moving to a Galaxy S8 is fairly easy, especially if you already use Google services. But what about those who don’t have a lot of experience with Android in general? We delved into the forums to see how some people were faring… More at androidcentral.
It would appear that lots = 3 people.