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.
Samsung has absolutely lost its mind. The company is practically running a fire sale at Amazon today, slashing prices on its Galaxy S21 Ultra, the new Galaxy Watch 4, the Galaxy Buds Live, and a ton of other killer products.
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.
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.
One thing that sets the iPad apart from any other tablet is its extended support cycle. An iPad can last for years, and older models still run the latest iPadOS release. That’s why today’s Walmart sale is so exciting—the company is discounting old and refurbished iPads, which already cost way less than the newer models.
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.
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 announced the new Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke Edition. A customization experience where you can design it your way with new colors.
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.
In addition to announcing two new Pixel phones at its recent Pixel Fall Launch event, Google just made it easier (and more pleasant!) to call businesses and field incoming calls. Now there are tools for finding the best time to call a business, wading through automated menus, and more.
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?