Wireless charging is a great technology, and one that I use everywhere I go. I have a charger at home and in the car, and I don’t plan on going back to cables. But there are a few drawbacks to wireless charging, like charging speed and the inability for metal devices to charge wirelessly. The ... Read More »
After years of taking heat for their all plastic lineup, it would appear that Samsung is finally taking this whole metal phone thing seriously. In the last couple months we have seen the Galaxy Alpha and the Note 4 stake out this new territory for Samsung, and today’s announcement of the ... Read More »
Metal smartphones are all the rage these days thanks to Apple and HTC. Both manufacturers primarily use metal for the exterior of their high end devices (though Apple had some trouble adding structural rigidity to its device). But you typically don’t get to choose ... Read More »
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Since the release of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, we’ve seen Samsung take a new direction with its smartphones. Instead of the classic all-plastic design, Samsung has been throwing in some metal to make its devices feel more premium. New photos have leaked of the Samsung Galaxy A5, and this device follows ... Read More »
Following yesterday’s leak of the white Samsung Galaxy Alpha, a new batch of photos has surfaced that gives us a closer peek at Sammy’s upcoming smartphone and compares it to another well-known metal handset.
Last month saw several photos of the black Samsung Galaxy Alpha leak out. Now it’s the white version’s time in the leaky spotlight.
Time and time again, we hear about the wonders of aluminum phones. I’ll admit, I’ve joined the masses in singing aluminum’s praises. But is the metal perfect? No! Does it have problems? Yes! And which phone can’t be mentioned without reference to its aluminum design? The HTC One (M8). In this brief rant, we take a ... Read More »
Every day we see more and more evidence that the Samsung Galaxy F is a real thing. Said to be a higher-end version of the Galaxy S5 smartphone we have today, the Galaxy F reportedly features a metal back and some upgraded specs that include a QHD display, a Snapdragon 805 processor and a 16-megapixel camera with optical ... Read More »