While taking a page out of Samsung’s book isn’t a rare occurrence for LG, it looks like releasing higher end versions of high end flagships is becoming a trend. With the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5, Samsung released updated versions exclusive to ... Read More »
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Samsung used to be known for making the best mobile processors in the world. Back in the days of the Hummingbird and the original Exynos 4, Samsung was unbeatable, and frankly, Qualcomm had nothing good to offer. Things are very different today, with Qualcomm chips performing admirably and Samsung chips disappearing from the US market.
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The US mobile processor market is absolutely dominated by Qualcomm, with almost every device running a Snapdragon chip of some sort. From the Snapdragon 400 found in low or mid range devices, to the Snapdragon 801 powering our newest flagships, Qualcomm is pretty much the only processor manufacturer ever being used anymore. Fortunately, Samsung, MediaTek, ... Read More »
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The HTC One (M8), as many of you know, features two cameras on the back. One is the Ultrapixel camera sensor that captures the photo, and the second one is a camera sensor that is used to calculate depth. This obviously requires some serious software processing, and HTC had to create this all from scratch. ... Read More »
Rumors of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime just won’t calm down. Even though Samsung said that there will not be a more powerful model of the Galaxy S5, we constantly see more and more info supporting the contrary. And it’s possible a more powerful device will launch under a name other than Galaxy S5, but ... Read More »