Our Galaxy S8/S8+ written and video reviews are now up for your viewing/reading pleasure, which means we can finally enjoy ourselves and relax this weekend. Thank goodness.
We won’t have long to chill, though, as Google I/O is now right around the corner – the third week of May, to be exact. There’s bound to be a ton of news coming out of Mountain View and we’ll be on location to bring you all of the latest Android intel. We’re excited about it.
Here’s everything from this week that you won’t want to miss. (more…)
Currently at B&H Photo, folks who preorder an unlocked LG G6 will receive a free LG Watch Style, one of the two LG-made Android Wear devices that Google launched earlier this year. Here’s our Watch Style review, just in case you missed it. (more…)
A few times in the past, we’ve seen LG launch a smaller version of its flagship devices. We saw it with the G4 in the G4c, G5 with the G5 Mini, and so on and so forth. A new report today claims LG is indeed working on a smaller version of the G6, but no official name has been dropped yet. For now, we’ll refer to it as the G6 Mini. (more…)
According to a new report, T-Mobile may soon enter the smartphone game, with the effort suggested to kick off in Q3 of 2017. (more…)
David Foster, a VP of Hardware Product Development at Google, who worked as an overseer on the Pixel and Google Home projects, has departed Google. (more…)
Take a moment to reflect on all the great things in life that you can squeeze. Good, very nice. HTC has uploaded a new teaser video for its event on May 16, the same one that we expect the company to unveil the HTC U aka U 11. (more…)
This week, Google has published the first developer preview for the Google Assistant SDK. What does that mean for average consumers like you and I? Not much at this time, but it most definitely will a little later down the road. (more…)
Given the misfortune Samsung went through last year with the Galaxy Note 7, the company undoubtedly needed to bring its A-game for 2017. Intro the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, the company’s latest flagships to help consumers forget that it accidentally shipped out devices that could set a house ablaze and not regular ol’ smartphones.
Instead of a Edge variant like last year, we’ve got two identical devices, with exception to the battery size and display size. Other than that, it’s the same phone, so we’ll kill two birds with one stone in this review.
This is our Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8+ review. (more…)