The annual GDC (Game Developers Conference) has kicked off in San Francisco, and considering how mobile gaming has become such a large part of the overall gaming industry, it’s only fitting that Google be in attendance and make a few announcements. (more…)
I know we’re slow on this, but what can you expect when we’re about to talk about phones that will likely never arrive here in the US. Or if they do, they’ll be super late, priced too high, and a tough sell.
Either way, Huawei did announce the P10 and P10+ at MWC this weekend. They look great. You have 5.1-inch and 5.5-inch FHD (1080p) displays, Kirin 960 processors, 4-6GB of RAM, 32-256GB of storage, dual camera setups with Leica branding that feature monochrome and color shooters, Android 7.0 Nougat with EMUI 5.1, big batteries (3200mAh and 3750mAh), and a whole bunch of fun colors to choose from. If I were in Europe, I’d most definitely consider one of the two as my next phone. (more…)
Sony, as is typically the case during Mobile World Congress, unveiled a range of new Xperia smartphones. This year, they gave us the Xperia XZ Premium and Xperia XZs. The XZs is supposed to appeal to the budget crowd who still wants decent specs, while the XZ Premium is attempting to be as premium as it gets, with 4K display and Snapdragon 835. (more…)
We are nearly a month away (March 29) from the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, but as we draw closer to that date, we’re likely to see more leaks and intel regarding the devices, simply because that’s how this industry tends to work. In the latest development, two hands-on videos have hit the web, giving us pretty solid looks at what we can expect from Samsung. (more…)
For years, Cricket Wireless plans have been some of the best bang-for-your-buck plans in the entire industry. Their $70 unlimited offering, for example, which costs $65 after a $5 autopay credit, has always been truly “unlimited” without a cap or the “network management” we see on other carrier plans. Couple that fact with Cricket’s use of AT&T’s nationwide network and you see exactly why their plans are tough to beat.
Unfortunately for Cricket unlimited plan subscribers, I have bad news to share on this front. That all changes on April 2. (more…)