Apple’s iPhone SE 3 Could Kill the Home Button Once and For All

Most reports believe the new iPhone SE 3 coming in 2022 would be a rather dull update, sticking with the same small display and TouchID home button as previous models. However, this week a new leak is saying something different, claiming Apple will opt for an iPhone XR-like design with a huge display and ditch the home button for good.

Surface Duo 2 Hands On: A Better First Impression

Last year I took the original Surface Duo out of the box and marveled at how it looked and felt in hand. And then ruined that impression by turning on. But it’s a new year, and now I have the Surface Duo 2 in my hands, and good news! It isn’t failing epically. At least not yet.

TCL’s First 5G Tablet Undercuts Apple and Samsung

If you’re like me, then you want a tablet that’s still useful when you’re out of the house and away from any Wi-Fi connections. But adding 5G to an iPad or Samsung tablet costs an extra $200. That’s why TCL and Verizon teamed up to make the new TAB Pro 5G, a $400 Android tablet that supports Verizon’s ultra-fast mmWave 5G system.

Pixel Pass Is Rarely Worth It, Especially for Families

Pixel Pass is a new subscription plan that bundles a Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro purchase with a ton of Google services, like YouTube Music Premium, Google One cloud storage, and Google Play Pass. At just $45 a month, Pixel Pass looks like a great way to finance your phone and save a ton of money on Google services. But it may not be worth the money, especially if you have a family.

New Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke Edition Lets You Design It Your Way

Samsung released its new Galaxy Z Flip 3 back in August, and there’s a lot to like. However, it only came in a few select colors, and now the company wants to change that. So today, Samsung announcedĀ the new Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke Edition. A customization experience where you can design it your way with new colors.

Everything Google Announced at Its Pixel 6 Launch Event

Holy crap, Google’s Pixel 6 launch event was much bigger than expected. Not only did Google debut two affordable flagships with killer new features, but it gave us a closer look at its Tensor chip, a new processor that’s got Qualcomm sharing passive-aggressive memes on Twitter. It also launched Pixel Pass, a Google equivalent to Apple One, and kicked off the real Android 12 rollout.

Google Shows Off Its Tensor Chip, the Powerhouse Behind Pixel 6

Do you ever feel like something’s holding you back? Phone manufacturers have been stuck using Qualcomm Snapdragon chips for years, and while these processors may be powerful, they aren’t one-size-fits-all. That’s why the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro run on Google’s first in-house processor, the Tensor chip. But why is Tensor so much better for Google?
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