Here's a first look at Samsung's Project Valley, which is a smartphone that supposedly folds in half like a book - or the Nintendo DS. In addition to the flexible display, it features a Snapdragon 620 or 820 processor, 3GB of RAM, a microSD expansion slot and a non-removable battery. No word yet on pricing or availability, but expect it to be priced higher than the current Galaxy offerings. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of what appears to be two trucks driving through the forest, but really isn't.
Apple fans rejoice! The iPhone 6S ($649) and iPhone 6S Plus ($749) are here. The most notable new feature is 3D Touch, which basically senses how deeply you press the display, giving you real-time feedback in the form of subtle taps from the all-new Taptic Engine. There's also a new 12MP iSight camera that takes brilliant 4K video, along with a 5-megapixel FaceTime HD camera. Apple's 64-bit A9 chip delivers performance once found only in desktop computers - up to 70 percent faster CPU performance, and up to 90 percent faster GPU performance for all your favorite graphics-intensive games and apps. Even the phones' casing has been upgraded to aerospace-grade 7000 series aluminum. Continue reading for a video preview, hands-on images and additional information.
Motorola's Nexus 6 looks to give the iPhone 6 Plus a run for its money, and at $349.99 shipped, it's definitely a front-runner. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.7GHz processor provides lightning fast multi-tasking and the Adreno 420 GPU gives you brilliant graphics, while a pixel-rich, 6" Quad HD display is perfect for all tasks. Get one here now. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Sony's Xperia Z5 Premium is the world's first 4K smartphone, with a 5.5-inch display that has an incredible pixel density of 806ppi (iPhone 6 Plus is 401ppi). Other features include, a zippy Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 64-bit processor running at 2.0-GHz, 3GB of RAM and a 23-megapixel camera with 0.03-second autofocus. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on pricing or availability. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
There are thousands of new apps being uploaded to app stores on a daily basis, but sometimes, you just get tired of them, no matter how innovative they appear to be. If you fall under that category, then why not learn how to transform your smartphone into a 3D hologram projector? The video above showcases what you'll be making, albeit a much cruder version. However, once completed, you'll be entertained for hours, or so we think. Continue reading to learn how.
If Nintendo were to release a Game Boy-inspired Android smartphone, it would probably look something like the Smart Boy, a concept by Pierre Cerveau. You can easily swap out components like a game cartridge, whether it be the camera module, battery, or even additional storage. Of course there's an optional Game Bat gamepad for those marathon gaming sessions while on the road. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why you should never get too close to rally cars in a race.
Looking like something you'd see in a music recording studio, the Marshall London smartphone is designed with the retro style and texture of its famous classic guitar amps. It features a 4.7-inch (720p) display, 2GB of RAM, a removable 2500 mAh battery, microSD expansion and a Snapdragon 410 processor. Expect to shell out $590 for an unlocked unit, which is expected to ship on August 21st. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a colorblind man seeing the color purple for the first time.
The problem with most smartwatches today is that they just look plain ugly, and / or feature bizarre graphical user interfaces, without the technology needed to complete basic smartphone tasks. For example, most, if not all, smartwatches need to be paired with a handset to function properly, but this one by Gabor Balogh, is standalone. Its interface uses buttons and bezel found on standard watches, with the former being key, as it can be used for scrolling through a long message, etc. By using the bezel to control apps and other functions, it frees up the side buttons for "native" functions like time, date, alarms and toggling between modes. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including the bizarre response Siri gives when you ask it to divide 0 by 0.
Want to make others think that your friends are actually trapped inside a phone? Then simply take a photo of them with their face squished against glass, assign it to their contact info and just wait for them to call in a place where many people are peering over your shoulder, such as a store queue, etc. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one showing Bill Gates at work.
In the future, many smartphones will feature a customizable, modular chassis, like the Fonkraft. Rather than having to replace the entire handset, users will be able to swap out old parts for new ones, such as the camera, CPU, RAM, etc. To really cash in on the modular craze, companies could also release limited edition shells that can either go straight into someone's collection, or on their phone. Continue reading for a video and more information.