Ever wondered just who is listening in to your conversations or simply checking out the kind of messages that you have been sending back and forth on your smartphone? A secure device might seem to be something that is within the realm of science fiction, but DarkMatter Group thinks otherwise, recently rolling out its next generation of mobile devices that will provide additional peace of mind whenever you communicate digitally with another person over a smartphone. Enter the Katim R01, touted to be the first ultra-secure smartphone in the world that has been specially designed to withstand extreme field conditions. Tough and secure? Sounds like a dream to us.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer continues to break new ground with a spanking new device, the Vivo V15Pro smartphone. This all-new handset will be the first model after the NEX flagship concept that sports the industry’s first elevating front camera, a cool feature that makes you want to play with it over and over again. Granted, the … Read more
Unboxing a brand new device is always something that is worth looking forward to. From there, it is always an adventure, making sure that no harm comes to said smartphone, smartwatch or tablet through accidental knocks and drops. However, accidents happen without any prior warning, which is why it is always better to be safe than sorry. Caseology has long offered accessories for mobile devices that help keep them protected, and this time around there are non-toxic cases that are safe for you and your family, babies included, with the introduction of the Abel Series Smartwatch Case for Apple Watch 4 and the Nero Pro Case for iPhone XR.
Do you feel that modern day smartphones, despite containing a slew of bells and whistles, tend to be a little bit on the soft side? Most of the time we hear about smartphone displays cracking because of an accidental knock or drop. What if there was a rugged version of a smartphone or phablet in the market that is capable of delivering close to the mid-range to high end handset, while being able to take in a whole lot of punishment? The answer to that question comes in the form of the Nautiz X6.
The world of smartphones is a fascinating one, where trends tend to shift quickly from one to another. Huawei has slowly but surely moved up the food chain over the years, and have made their presence in the smartphone world felt yet again with the reveal of the Honor View20, setting new standards with many different kinds of first technologies packed underneath the hood. For starters, there is a 48MP camera at the back, a 25MP in-screen front camera, a 7nm Kirin 980 AI chipset, an AI Triple-Antenna Wi-Fi technology and the aurora nanotexture design, where all of these have never made their presence felt in a smartphone before.
If there is one thing that everyone loves about concepts, it would be the very idea that you can basically think of everything that you would like to include without having to worry about whether it is feasible or possible or not just yet. Enter Vivo’s APEX 2019 concept smartphone that was recently announced. The APEX 2019 is the first 5G smartphone from Vivo that arrives in an elegantly simple and uniquely recognizable design, boasting of a curved surface waterdrop glass without any openings, seams or bezels whatsoever in order to present a minimalist concept.
While many of the modern day smartphones do have plenty of features and functions, one thing they’re not: built tough in order to withstand the numerous rigors of accidental drops and knocks. Cat handsets are in a totally different category altogether, with the recent debut of the Cat S48c rugged smartphone being made available by Verizon Wireless. The Cat S48c has been specially designed to keep working even in the toughest of environments, delivering exceptional performance when needed most.
When it comes to accessories for mobile devices, there is one particular name that tends to deliver well thought up solutions consistently: Scosche. This time around, this innovative company has come up with an elegant solution to the challenge of keeping multiple and diverse devices charged and organized via its all-new BaseLynx system. With a myriad of mobile devices that each person owns these days, it makes perfect sense if there is a system which will be able to keep everything well organized, and the Scosche BaseLynx system does seem to fit the bill perfectly.
Huawei has certainly come a long way in terms of smartphones since its early days, and it was one of the first companies to work with dedicated imaging company Leica by incorporating a Leica lens into its handset. Their X-series line-up of smartphones has just seen another addition in the form of the Honor 8X, a mid-range smartphone that intends to provide plenty of value for your hard earned money without sacrificing on performance and style. Keeping in line with the trend of introducing a notch on its display, the Honor 8X sports a 91% screen-to-body-ratio and chip-on-film (COF) technology, among others.
While technology has advanced by a certain degree in the world of smartphone batteries, this has allowed smartphone manufacturers to cram in more and more features in order to take advantage of the greater battery capacity. All of which leads to the same issue time and again: running out of battery life way faster than one would have liked. A power bank is useful addition for the road warrior, but so is carrying around a charger on your travels. Maktar decided to make life more efficient for iPhone owners by working on the Qubii. The Qubii is a unique iPhone accessory, where it arrives in a small form factor that boasts of a far larger functionality. Specially designed to play nice with an existing Apple 5w power adapter and Lightning to USB cable, it tips the scales at all of just 16 grams.