By- Allen Thomas
Bringing to the table a host of new features, while maintaining the lust and charm of previous generation Galaxy phones is Samsung, with their new S7 and the S7 Edge. Unveiled at the 'Mobile World Congress' this week, the phone has received fairly positive reviews and feedback from reviewers around the Globe who attended the event. But is the new Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge good enough to grab market shares from Apple's iPhone and fend-off advances from cheap Chinese makers such as Huawei and Mi? Read more to see what Samsung is bringing to the fight this year.
By Allen Thomas
2015 was a decent year for gadgets- starting off with the usual fervor and enthusiasm, before ending in an asymptotic fashion to make way for a whole new breed of gadgets this year.
Before indulging into what's coming to the markets this year, let's take time to remember gadgets such as the uber-cool Samsung Galaxy S6, and the Apple iPhone 6S from 2015. Leading mobile technology into a level one could only imagine back in 2014, the two managed to up the stakes in the never-ending 'war of smartphones'.
Despite that, there was competition too. The Nexus 6P, Huawei Ascend Mate 8 and the LG G4 receives special commendation for giving the two leading moguls a run for their money. Also worth noting were the fantastic- Apple Watch, FitBit Charge HR; and the desirable Huawei Watch.
In any case, up next is a sneak-peak of what's coming this year. CES mode- engaged!
Just imagine how boring and monotonous life would be, without this store. And to be honest phones would be of no big use to us either. However, thanks to the good ol' folks at Google, we stand here, one year into the incarnation of the newly renamed app market.
Just as we all expected, Sony announced its upcoming PlayStation 4 gaming console at the February 20 event. While a lot was said about the console at the event, we still have no clue as to how it looks or how much it would actually cost. Pity!!!
According to a recent report by The Wall Street Journal, Sony will be adding support for playing games streamed over the internet in the upcoming PlayStation 4 console, which is said to be unveiled during the February 20 event.
This comes as a surprise for all. Yes, Firemonkey’s highly anticipated Real Racing 3 video game will be available for free when it launches on Android and iOS on February 28. The word was delivered by Nick Earl – Electronic Arts’ senior vice president for mobile and social game development.
Keen on making 'CES 2013' the most interesting and profitable expo till date, Chinese multi-national company- 'Huawei' made its most important announcement on the very first day of the show, as they revealed their first ever smartphone running on Windows Phone 8, called the 'Ascend W1'.
Everybody in the tech arena expected Apple's event to be all about the new iPad mini. But, as it turns out, that the Cupertino-based company had a surprise for us with the latest generation (fourth generation) iPad- iOS-running tablet.
All users eligible for the 'Belle Feature Pack 2' will NOW be able to update their phones, after Nokia withdrew the file some time ago, as users were complaining of various faulty features with the older update.
A Chilean carrier 'VTR' has what it claims to be the Galaxy S II Plus on its website, complete with pictures and a spec page.