Asus ROG Phone 7: A Game-Changing Device for Mobile Gamers

Asus has announced the launch of its much-awaited gaming phone, the Asus ROG Phone 7. The ROG Phone 7 is the latest addition to the company’s Republic of Gamers (ROG) series and is set to take mobile gaming to the next level. With powerful hardware, an immersive display, and a range of innovative gaming features, the ROG Phone 7 is a game-changing device that is sure to impress mobile gamers around the world. Hardware and Design The Asus ROG Phone 7 is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, which is the fastest processor available on the market today.…

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Samsung Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A34 5G: A New Era of Awesome Experiences

Samsung has always been committed to providing top-quality devices to meet the needs of all its users. The company has once again lived up to its reputation with the release of the new Samsung Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A34 5G smartphones. These new additions to the Galaxy A series offer a unique and awesome experience that is sure to impress. The Samsung Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A34 5G come with a range of features that are designed to make your everyday life easier and more enjoyable. With their sleek and stylish design, these devices are sure to turn…

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Oppo Find N2 Flip: The Official Smartphone of UEFA Champions League

Chinese electronics company Oppo has just announced the release of its latest smartphone, the Oppo Find N2 Flip. This device is more than just a smartphone, as it is also the official smartphone of the UEFA Champions League (UCL), one of the world’s most prestigious football competitions. At first glance, the Oppo Find N2 Flip is an impressive device. It features a 6.55-inch AMOLED display that boasts excellent color reproduction and sharpness. It also comes with a 50-megapixel main camera and a 32-megapixel front-facing camera, both of which can take stunning photos and videos. But the Oppo Find N2 Flip…

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The Bold and Beautiful New Yellow iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus from Apple

Apple has once again captured the attention of the world with the introduction of its latest flagship smartphones, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. The Cupertino-based tech giant has revealed that these new devices will be available in a bold new color option, Yellow. The new Yellow color option is a refreshing change from the usual iPhone colors. The bright and cheerful hue is sure to turn heads and make a statement. Apple has made sure to incorporate the new color option across the entire device, from the front glass to the back panel. In terms of design, the…

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Galaxy S23 Series: Redefining the Smartphone Experience

Samsung Electronics has officially launched the highly anticipated Galaxy S23 series of smartphones, including the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. The announcement was made on February 17, 2023, and the smartphones are already available for purchase in select markets. The Galaxy S23 series is the latest addition to Samsung’s flagship smartphone lineup and is designed to provide users with an unparalleled smartphone experience. With cutting-edge technology, innovative new features, and powerful performance, the Galaxy S23 series aims to redefine what consumers can expect from a premium smartphone. One of the most exciting features of the Galaxy S23…

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Top 5 Smartphones to Look Out For in 2023

The smartphone market is always evolving, with new models and features being released every year. In 2023, we can expect to see more advanced smartphones with new features and improved technology. In this article, we’ll take a look at the top 5 smartphones to look out for in 2023. 1. Samsung Galaxy S13 Samsung is known for its high-quality smartphones, and the Galaxy S13 is expected to be no exception. It is rumored to come with a 6.7-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, making it perfect for gamers and movie watchers alike. The Galaxy S13 is also expected…

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How Android Beats the iPhone

We know that there has been a long rival between the iPhone devices as well as the Android devices. To be honest, we have no idea where this all came from, but we still love the phones that we use, and we are more than willing to entertain them as long we are getting devices that are getting better with each passing day. Talking of devices which are better, we have some pointers we think that the Android has managed to make its mark in the world of mobile phones. And these are just some of the ways that Android…

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The Apple iPhone 12 – the new era of 5G smartphones can’t shake off the old-era notch

I’m really tempted to buy a new iPhone, and that’s something Apple manages to pull off each year. With great features, cross-compatibility, better cameras, and hardware upgrades, the new iPhone gets me excited every year and this year’s no different… but I’m choosing to draw the line at the fact that it’s been 3 years since the first time Apple released a smartphone with a notch… and even after all that while, as companies have moved onto hole-punch cameras, under-display cameras, and literally folding phones, Apple still chooses to hold onto this weird, antiquated detail that makes even the newest of phones seem old. I love the new iPhone 12 series smartphones, but that notch is now a deal-breaker.

Here are some hard facts that Tim Cook gave us at the beginning of the iPhone presentation. Ever since its launch in 2007, the iPhone has consistently been the number 1 smartphone in the world, with literally billions of customers. Ranking at the 1st position when it comes to customer satisfaction for 13 years straight definitely isn’t a laughing matter. Apple has a track record of making phenomenal devices. Tim unveiled 4 new phones today – the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini (I’m really impressed that Apple decided to make a smaller, hand-friendly smartphone), and the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max – stating that these phones were a part of a new era for the iPhone. All four phones come equipped with 5G, making them faster, more efficient, and arguably safer too (because you don’t need to connect to sketchy public WiFi hotspots to get great coverage.

The new era of iPhones however still stick to an old-era design. The silhouette of both the 12 and 12 Pro series look exactly like the iPhone 4 and 5, and while I won’t really say much about the camera bump, given that it’s a necessity for peak performance, Apple’s still stuck to that godawful notch, which literally carves its way into the screen, eating up what could be prime pixel-estate. The reason why the notch stings even more is because Apple literally launched an iPad Air LAST MONTH with TouchID built into the power-button. It seems like with the new series of iPhones, Apple has all the right answers, but isn’t asking the right questions.

If you can look past that notch, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro series are actually really great phones! The 12 series comes in a regular and a smaller size, boasting of a dual-camera setup, the A14 Bionic chip, 5G capability, a brilliant Super Retina XDR display, and a different type of glass created in collaboration with Corning. This new glass, called Ceramic Shield, has nanoceramic crystals growing on the glass matrix. The result is a glass that’s 4-times stronger than the one on the iPhone 11, making it MUCH more resistant to cracks and shattering. The 12 Pro series comes in a regular and a Max, with a stunning mirror-finish Stainless Steel bezel. The cameras are designed to blow the competition out of the water with Deep Fusion computational photography, Night Mode built into all shots, a LiDAR sensor for better edge-detection, and the ability to capture images in a new uncompressed format called Apple ProRAW. On the video front, the 12 Pro series uses HDR Video Recording, and are the only smartphones to record and edit in Dolby Vision, creating videos that are literally cinematic.

Perhaps the most interesting feature in the new iPhones this year around was a Tuesday Throwback to one of Apple’s greatest design details… the MagSafe. The new iPhones come with a MagSafe ring built into the back, allowing them to instantly align with wireless chargers, but at the same time also seamlessly connect with Apple’s new cases (including a full-phone sleeve with a clock-cutout on the front), and even with a newly unveiled series of leather wallet-modules that let you carry your Apple Card or other payment cards on the back of your phone. Belkin is rumored to be working on MagSafe chargers too, hopefully as Apple’s way of saying Mea Culpa for the time they announced the AirPower mat but couldn’t deliver on it.

All in all, the new iPhones are great in practically every department. They’re powerful computing machines thanks to a new chip and Apple’s in-house hardware and silicone manufacturing. The display’s great, the user interface is still considered one of the finest, and the camera is touted as an industry leader. Apple’s even leading in the sustainability department, with the new iPhones being manufactured carbon-neutral, and shipping only with Lightning/USB-C cables that allow you to charge your iPhone with any charging block or laptop, helping ultimately cut down on e-waste. As a result, the new iPhone boxes are slimmer too, letting you ship more units in the same shipping container, bringing its carbon footprint down. However, the one place it isn’t leading in is its antiquated design. The notch isn’t so much a feature anymore as much as it’s a blemish. While most companies have shifted to slimmer notches, hole-punch cameras, or even sliding camera modules, Apple clings to this black bar from 3 years ago. While the notch is itself a physical obstacle, it acts as a digital one too, given that FaceID in a time where people are wearing masks isn’t really ideal… and that other smartphone companies have been using in-screen fingerprint sensors for nearly 2 years now, and that Apple’s even created an alternative – a power-button with TouchID, but for a different product. The 12 and 12 Pro are every bit a part of a new era for the iPhone… it’s just that they don’t look the part.

Designer: Apple

Apple iPhone 12 & 12 Mini

Apple iPhone 12 Pro & 12 Pro Max

MagSafe for Apple iPhone

Vivo’s detachable pop-up camera concept is the evolution smartphone photography needs!

Vivo is not new to innovation in mobile camera technology. After having surprised the industry with the pop-up selfie camera, and a phone with dual elevating front cameras; the Chinese OEM has gone a step further to introduce a concept phone with a pop-up selfie camera module that can be removed from the body of the smartphone. This conceptual, interactive, and intuitive camera opens up a whole new range of multi-angle photography previously unseen with smartphone cameras.

IFEA Camera Mobilephone, as Vivo calls its concept smartphone, comes with a detachable front camera module called the IFEA. A user can detach the rectangular camera from the phone once it has completely popped out of its housing. IFEA can then be used wirelessly in any setting while being controlled with the smartphone from a distance. Vivo says the camera can also be voice-controlled to click and record. Furthermore, it can be attached to objects – as demonstrated in the video – to even a dog collar for your pooch’s first-person Instagram-worthy shots. From how it appears, the IFEA concept has a built-in battery and probably connects to the smartphone via Bluetooth. This we believe since the phone receives instant notification in case the user walks beyond a stipulated distance from the detached camera module. And the possibilities? Those are limited only by your imagination! While we agree smartphone photography is reaching all new heights, this detachable design lets you literally redefine your relationship with your phone and your camera. Place it on a table for a selfie, attach it to a holder and use it as an action camera, or make it a point of view camera from your pet’s collar – as we said, the only limitation is your imagination!

IFEA Camera Mobilephone is the brainchild of designer Dai Nairen. For its endless possibilities and out-of-the-box design, this concept for Vivo has won the Red Dot Design Award 2020. This is definitely an interesting idea any mobile photography aficionado would want to lay their hands-on, but will it see the light of the day is just anybody’s guess at this moment. Vivo is however hopeful of evolving the potential use of the IFEA in commercial phones, changing the way we capture the world around us!

Designer: Dai Nairen/Vivo