When Apple unveiled the iPhone 7 Plus, which features a pair of cameras on the back, it did so with plenty of talk about the new Portrait Mode.
iPhones have long been considered to have the best camera on a smartphone. Over the last couple of years though, Samsung, LG and Google have made huge strides to ensure that the cameras in their smartphone remarkable as well.
In 2013, the Federal Communications Commission moved forward with a plan that allowed passengers on a flight to use their devices on a less restricted fashion.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is among the most popular Android smartphones to be released this year. With the S8, Samsung managed to beat Apple to launch a phone with a bezel-less design. What about its performance though? How does the Galaxy S8 stack against Apple’s six months old flagship, the iPhone 7 Plus?
In 2016, Comcast was teasing the possibility that it would launch its own mobile network. Apparently it always intended on actually doing it.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with an Infinity Display that is hardly surrounded by any bezels. The futuristic design of the handset makes the iPhone 7 looks very dated and old in comparison.
Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S8+, is perhaps better than the iPhone 7 Plus in many aspects. Featuring a futuristic design with a 6.2-inch QHD+ Infinity Display, the Galaxy S8+ sure looks better than the iPhone 7 both on paper and in real life.
Every year, the best of Samsung battle it out with the Best of Apple. It’s the latest from Samsung’s Galaxy S series, vs Apple’s iPhone. This time, the battle is a lot more interesting. First of all, there are two versions – the S8 and the S8+. And Samsung has pushed a lot of boundaries when it comes to the hardware. But how exactly does the new Samsung S8 and S8+ hardware compare to the latest iPhones? We’ve got the numbers for you.