The Galaxy S7 is already out, the LG G5 is just around the corner, and Google already treated us with an Android N preview. What a year 2016 has been so far! HTC, can you top that and wow us with the 10?
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HTC 10 will allegedly have “World First, World Class” camera on front and back Oh boy, that’s a bold promise from HTC. Coming after the M8 and M9, we can only ask one thing: please, don’t screw this up, HTC!
Galaxy S7 review: Refined, polished, and possibly the best smartphone ever This is it, folks, the big one: how good is the Galaxy S7?
Samsung Galaxy S7 edge review: beautiful, powerful, and everything we’ve been asking for If there’s one phone that can beat the Galaxy S7 right not, it’s probably the Galaxy S7 Edge.
Free apps can cost more than you think: here’s why Free is free, right? Well, not always. Here’s why sometimes it’s better – and cheaper – to just pay for app.
Android N called New York Cheesecake internally, what about the final name? The debate is raging. Should it be Nutella? Nougat? How about Nori or Noodles? New York Cheesecake sounds delicious too.
Observations on switching to the Galaxy S7 Edge from a non-Galaxy user In the interest of science, Kris recently made the switch from a Nexus 6P to the Galaxy S7 Edge: here are his observations.
Three smartphone camera trends to watch for in the future The megapixel war is over: time for OEMs to bring some real innovation to smartphone cameras. These three developments are very promising.
Galaxy S7 Isocell vs Sony camera sensor: what’s the difference? Galaxy S7: Isocell or Sony sensor? You’ve heard the talk, now it’s time to see the difference.
Galaxy S7 Edge has the best smartphone camera according to DxOMark No minced words here – see why the camera experts at DxOMark showered praise on the Galaxy S7 Edge.
Emergency security update coming to Nexus devices due to discovered exploit Uh oh, here we go again. There’s a nasty vulnerability in Nexus devices, and Google is moving in to patch it.
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