Today the OPPO Reno2 (or Reno 2, if you prefer) was revealed in several iterations. This smartphone has a 6.5-inch AMOLED display (16.5cm) with 2400 x 1080 pixels, a screen-to-body ratio of 93.1-percent, and a motorized pop-up front-facing camera. There’s also a collection of four cameras on the back of each of the different OPPO Reno 2 models – 48MP … Continue reading
Today Dell and Alienware revealed the Alienware 55 OLED Gaming Monitor, the first 55-inch OLED Gaming Monitor in the world, per Dell. This device has fast IPS (in-plane switching) tech, 120Hz variable refresh rate, and 0.5ms (gray-to-gray) response time. Up front it’s all gaming business, around back it sports Alienware’s newest industrial design ethos in full effect – it’s simple, … Continue reading
Google may lean on considerably more than touch-free gestures to reel in would-be Pixel 4 buyers. Sources for 9to5Google claim that both the base Pixel 4 and the larger Pixel 4 XL will include fast 90Hz OLED displays marketed under a "Smooth Display...
This week a pair of leaks and/or insider analysis reveals essentially made the case for Apple’s next several major iPhone releases. What’s different about these bits of information from the normal day-to-day leak is their relative un-interesting nature. The tipped iPhone changes don’t seem very far-fetched, and not particularly world-shaking in the grand scheme of things – which makes them … Continue reading
This week the folks at HTC revealed more details on the release model for HTC Vive Cosmos, their newest VR headset. This machine has a “flip-up halo design” so users can pop in and out of VR without removing the entire unit. It’s also got a new vented front design that “keeps air flowing so users can stay in VR … Continue reading
Xiaomi released its third gaming phone today, the Black Shark 2, and this time around, it's using a pressure-sensitive display to cram in even more controls. Not only does the phone have an in-display fingerprint sensor by Samsung, the pressure-sensi...
The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active was revealed this afternoon by Samsung at their big Galaxy S10 event. This device is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Watch in many respects, but it’s less expensive, and it’s got the ability to monitor your Blood Pressure. This device also comes in a number of interesting colors and rolls with a wide variety … Continue reading
Inside the United States, Huawei’s finally brought their Huawei Watch GT to market with a two-hundred-dollar price tag. This device is not like previous Huawei wearable devices – it’s not running a Google-made software. It does not have Wear OS or Android Wear or anything like that. Instead, it runs LiteOS, a software made by Huawei specifically for wearable devices … Continue reading