Have you ever wished you could record yourself cave diving with your smartphone? Now you can, with the more rugged, durable Kyocera DuraForce Pro. Not only is it able to withstand some pretty tough conditions, but it is equipped with a wide-angle action camera that shoots in high definition.
Greater Security To Body and Software
The biggest news has so far been the security improvements. Not only when it comes to privacy concerns – which make up so many of the advances in modern smartphones following criminal hacks and NSA panicking -, but also for the physical device itself.
Blackberry has spent the last several years struggling for global relevance in the shadow of sleeker, more trendy brands. But now they have gone back to what they know best, focusing on security features instead being the funnest toy on the market. Meet the Blackberry DTEK50.
Greater Privacy and Security, In A Smaller Package
The primary reason to get a Blackberry has always been their dedication to security and privacy. The DTEK50 is a testament to that continued effort. It provides state of the art anti-hacking protections, as well as offers complete control about how your content is viewed, shared, and stored.
Alcatel has announced a new smartphone, the IDOL 4S. The major selling points are its price and the Google VR bundle available with the IDOL 4S. Alcatel has put effort into this phone, attempting to stand out in a crowded field.
Alcatel IDOL 4S’s Specs
The hardware of the IDOL 4S is good for its price. The processor is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 octa-core (4×18 GHz + 4×1.4 GHz). Qualcomm’s Adreno 510 GPU supports 4K video capture and adds better graphical capabilities. There is 3GB RAM and 32GB storage available. The microSD storage can take cards up to 200GB.
NuAns NEO Windows 10 smartphone does something that Microsoft wasn’t able to do – Create a Windows-based phone that’s actually interesting. NuAns NEO first appeared at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Trade Show in Las Vegas. The smartphone got a lot of attention for its design.
Before we get started, I have to offer the reader an apology. This post is not going to be objective. It won’t be a simple announcement of the latest Apple news. There will be no muscling in my opinion at the end after I give all the facts. This is a straight up opinion piece, and I won’t pretend otherwise.
In my defense, there have been plenty of those related to the removal of traditional headphone jacks on smartphones the last couple of weeks. Some have been in support, some have been vehemently against the move. Whichever side you fall on, there is no denying that this has been one of the biggest hot button topics in mobile tech hardware features in awhile.
The OnePlus 3 is an improved smartphone from last years OnePlus 2. Flying under the radar, Carl Pei, Co-founder of OnePlus is changing how the company interacts with customers. The biggest change to the smartphone is its availability. No longer purchase through an invite only system, the device will be available through the OnePlus website.
In short, Pei wants the OnePlus 3 to be a top line smartphone without the high price tag. And it looks like the OnePlus 3 has evolved enough to be a worthy consideration as a flagship model.