In fact, it's more than the core of what Microsoft wants to do: to complete user experiences at work and at home. Hardware's key.
The Galaxy Note 4 was probably the closest we got to getting a camera shutter button on a big Samsung phone. It wasn't going to start this year.
The speakers sound like a Boombox, the screen is actually a Super Bright Display and the AI CAM is more intelligent than ever before. LG officially makes the hard sell to consumers on the LG G7 ThinQ.
Seems like Spotify likes not only to test its marketing apparatuses out, but tease our minds with new hardware that it has wanted to put out.
But it's not because of the software. In fact, there's a reasonable implication that Apple is claiming that new hardware means no throttling will be warranted in future software updates.
If you want to rock out with the Google Home Mini, you should be able to do so. But nope, some users find their device crashing.
Many Pixel owners didn't get the right tender love and care they deserved — they wanted their damn phones to work. Boy, is it a mess this time.
Bend it, drop it, pop it. The display on some BlackBerry KEYone devices can be prone to detachment and that's a problem that needs and may get fixing.
Samsung promoted the Galaxy S8 featuring UFS 2.1 memory. Testers called out the company, finding UFS 2.0 speeds. It then hid the spec line from the public.
USB-C is too open, he says, and lays the potential out that users will blame Microsoft, not cable manufacturers, for their charging problems.
HTC might have manufactured the Google Pixel, but it seems that Google made good on its promise to take control of design. All the way down to the insides.