Handset makers are racing to launch their first smartphones with folding screens but analysts warn the technology is still too rudimentary—and expensive—to woo consumers in large numbers for now.
The superstar of a fisheye lens emerged this month, shown in a video, where a team fashioned a custom fisheye lens that has a 270-degree field of view. Wow, as that was being dubbed as “insane” and “monster-like” but the descriptions were all conveyed with a wide-eyed measure of affection for Roger Cicala, founder of Lensrental.com.
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei on Sunday unveiled a phone with a folding screen, just four days after rival Samsung became the first major handset maker to offer the feature.
Now there is one more place where cameras could start watching you—from 30,000 feet.
Samsung’s Galaxy Fold foldable phone and line of Galaxy S10 line of smartphones may have attracted most of the attention at the company’s latest Unpacked event, but its latest earbuds may be the most interesting, and affordable, new product for many.
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Google’s revelation earlier this month that Google Assistant could be used with its Nest home security and alarm system security was a surprise.
Foldable phones, 5G and other hyped features aren’t going to motivate most of you to buy a new smartphone.
Samsung unveiled a highly anticipated smartphone with a foldable screen in an attempt to break the innovative funk that has beset the smartphones market.
It is extremely unlikely you’ll see a “foldable” iPhone anytime soon, much less in September when Apple is likely to introduce the next generation of its popular handsets.