It’s got the looks, the specs, and the smarts on its side, as well as one very important ace up its sleeve: it’s the world first AI-driven triple-camera smartphone, aiming to bring high-end photography to the palm of your hand. Will it deliver? We’re trying to answer that, and more, in our full Huawei P20 Pro review.
The conclusion of our Huawei Mate 10 Pro review rebuttal? Easy: the Huawei Mate 10 Pro is not just one of the best phones of 2017, but we'd also give it that rank for early 2018. We've got great hardware, fluid software, and one of the most amazing camera combos in the market. Definitely a device we have no problem in recommending even today.
We’re seeing rumors of a Nokia 10, an exciting number for us old Lumia fans. Could this finally be our follow up to the Lumia 1020? Can HMD and Nokia disrupt the industry again with something so innovative as the Lumia 1020 was back in its day?
Calling out a winner for this Galaxy S9 Plus vs Note 8 comparison really depends on your needs. If you depend on the S Pen, then there's no way around it, you need the Galaxy Note 8. If you don't, which is the reality of most people, then I'd recommend you go for the newer Galaxy S9+.
The Essential Phone 2 will be a kick-ass phone, if the company doesn't mess it up. And, for that, it not only has to address the flaws of the Essential PH-1, but also go back to the drawing board when it comes to some aspects of the future device.
The confirmation for the Samsung Galaxy S9 launch comes from DJ Koh, president of Samsung's mobile business. It doesn't get any more official than this, and according to DJ Koh, the launch of the company's first flagship for the year will happen at a major trade show in February.
After AT&T reportedly called off the deal with Huawei to carry its Mate 10 Pro flagship -- a deal that should have been announced at Huawei's CES keynote -- the Chinese smartphone manufacturer announced that the phone will be coming to the US anyways.
An iOS 11.2.2 and a MacOS 10.13.2 update “recommends for all users" is rolling out to iPhone, iPad and Mac owners mitigating Spectre, while Intel committed to patching its processors by the end of this month.
If we're all lucky, we'll see a final Samsung foldable smartphone on the market in December 2018, or early 2019. The information that Samsung will start mass producing the foldable smartphone comes from industry sources cited by ETNews.