Another week flew by and we once again and it had no shortage of exciting mobile news to offer. Apple held its scheduled event and, as expected, outed a pair of new devices, both highly intriguing. The iPhone SE is a reboot of the 4-inch form factor, which isn't enjoying universal appeal in 2016, but other than that, the pocked-friendly phone seems to have checked all many boxes, offering an up to date platform and camera. It will fill in for the now discontinued iPhone 5s.
As for the new iPad Pro, the exact title match with its 12.9-inch sibling seems to be the least of its problems. After the initial smoke cleared, people started poking at the 9.7-inch iOS device and its lofty intentions of serving as a PC replacement. A few major holes surface afterwards, like the fact that the smaller tablet seems to have an underclocked A9X chip, as well as half the amount of RAM of its bigger brother.
In other news, the Samsung Galaxy S7 still seems to be on everybody's minds. Both the flat model and its edged sibling are winning awards and ramping up orders like crazy. And now that the first units are already in customer hands, we also have a better idea of how the two processor variants measure up against each other. Also, some new leaks suggest a Galaxy S7 active handset is coming shortly as well and we can't wait to see whether it will offer a major upgrade over its siblings.
Last, but not least, HTC might have skipped the MWC festivities, but it is now preparing for a flagship release as well. The HTC 10 has been popping up all over the place in various leaks and rumors and it is shaping up to be quite an impressive device, hopefully capable of setting the company on a much needed revival course.
No matter the chipset, battery capacity of the Galaxy S7 edge is fixed at 3,600mAh.
The Apple iPhone SE features the same 12MP iSight camera as its iPhone 6s and 6s Plus siblings
So, mostly 6s specs, but some things have been demoted - things like Force Touch.
In case you've missed the Apple iPhone SE and Apple iPad Pro 9.7" announcement, here's everything you need to know.
This year's largest of the affordable J-series follows the J5 from the other day.
The benchmark in question is AnTuTu 6 and the S820-powered HTC beat the Galaxy S7 edge (both Exynos and Snapdragon).
Hint: it turns out they will require quite a lot more dough than in the United States.
Super LCD display does not have an air gap between the outer glass and the display element
Normally, SIM2 kicks the microSD card out of bed, but not if you have scissors. Everything is better with scissors.
The phone has been replaced by the newly-launched iPhone SE.
The new slate is smaller, has a better screen, runs on Apple A9X, and upgrades the camera setup.
Just details from up close, not the big picture.
The smartphone that's getting official on April 12 will apparently come with "new boom" sound.
Price starts at around $584.
The variant is now listed on the South Korean company's Panama website.
The rumor stems from a mysterious new handset AT&T seems to be testing.
Android-powered, of course, with 4K @ 60fps decoding for HEVC videos.
As you've probably noticed Apple didn't mention anything regarding its pressure sensitive feature - neither the iPhone SE and iPad Pro 9.7 have it, nor do iOS 9.3 and watchOS 2.2 updates fix anything ...
In a new revelation, it turns out the smaller iPad Pro also has only half the RAM of its bigger sibling.
The combination of S6's design and S5's features proved to be a winning one.
The update is currently rolling out to S5 variants with model number SM-G900L operating on South Korean carrier LG Uplus.
The listed SIM-free price of £499 is lower than previously mentioned.
The handset shown in the image looks quite similar to the P9 leak from earlier this month.
China saw more than 10 million pre-orders, sales in India are beating expectations too.
This means that the bigger 12.9-inch iPad Pro is faster than its smaller sibling despite sporting the same SoC.
The Taiwanese smartphone maker has finally announced the date on which it will introduce the world to its next flagship.
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