It appears that you might be paying $400 more for the new Galaxy S8, but did you know that it costs more to build than other phones from major competitors, which makes it the most expensive phone to build to date.
According to an estimate released by IHS Markit, the Galaxy S8 costs Samsung $307.50 to build, more than Samsung’s previous devices —the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge— which reportedly costs $255.10 and $271.20 to make. Whereas it costs Google $285.80 to make the Google Pixel XL and Apple $224.80 to make the iPhone 7. Continue reading
Yes Nigerians reading this you heard me right, someone took $1600 to buy an Iphone 7 red and the Samsung Galaxy S8, only to just completely destroy it! With $1600 i could pay an entire village school fees for like 10 years. The youtuber (EverythingApplePro) that thought of this cool monstrosity was not even paid by the companies in question, but thankfully he got youtube to pay him and he did it before youtube adverts market share began to slide into oblivion.
It’s a little painful to watch two brand-new phones get tortured, but it’s all worth it. While the Galaxy S8’s glass back is destroyed almost instantly (as expected), the larger and longer bezel-less “infinity display” is definitely more durable than the iPhone 7’s screen, even when dropped from a height of 25 feet.
Both screens end up cracked and damaged in all places, but in the end, the Galaxy S8’s screen is considerably less shattered, which is quite impressive.
Earlier this January, a report by Business Korea entailed that Samsung’s upcoming Note 8 phablet will presumably launch this year and may feature a slew of impeccable features such as a 4K resolution display. This time around, alleged photos of the the South Korean tech conglomerate’s impending S8 Edge have surfaced, offering a clean-cut look a the anticipated handset. Online e-tailer for cellphone accessories, Mobile Fun, has released a series of visuals touting ultra-thin cases for the aforesaid smartphone. Continue reading
Seeing all this tech stuffs just makes me, want to travel to Egypt and look for an elixir of life lol…. PSA: LG has joined the Levitation magic (more like magnetic) trick class of 2016/2017. A;though LG is not the first company to create such speakers, but actually the first key tech company to launch such. The LG PJ9 is a wireless, 360-degree omnidirectional speaker that levitates (Duh). It comes with a 10-hour battery life, with the speakers actually floating back to its base as the battery starts to run out. You also get an embedded subwoofer, an IP67 certification, a wireless charge, and the ability to connect to two Bluetooth devices simultaneously. Continue reading
Shortly following the launch of Samsung’s highly-anticipated Galaxy Note 7, which included innovative features like iris scanning and an improved camera app, customers began reporting incidents of the phone catching on fire while charging. With 35 known cases, Samsung issued a global recall due to the faulty batteries, which meant replacing nearly 2.5 million phones. Continue reading
Samsung has just unveiled the seventh generation in the Galaxy Note family. Firstly, the Note 7 has the same internal specs as this year’s Galaxy 7 and S7 Edge — quad-core, Snapdragon 820 chipset, an Adreno 530 GPU, and 4GB of RAM. Similarly, the Note 7′s camera is the same as the Galaxy 7 and the S7 Edge, with a 12-megapixel, DualPixel camera.
According to www.forbes.com, Earlier this month Venture Beat’s Evan Blass, also known as @evleaks – the world’s most famous smartphone tipster, revealed major changes Samsung plans to make to the upcoming Galaxy S7. And now we can start getting excited about them…
Recently there has been rumours everywhere as most fans of Samsung were eagerly waiting for the release of a new smartphone by the company. In what looks like a response to the outcry Samsung were reportedly working on a Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro or more like Iphone 9 which we expect to launch soon. However, no specs were given at that time but today we have something to look out for. Continue reading