In 2014 I believe the Samsung Galaxy S4 to be the best phone. However, in 2014 we have seen some amazing phones over the last 12 months. Phones like the LG G3, the HTC One M8, and the Sony Xperia Z3 were all phones that had great years, and they were all truly great phones to have picked up throughout the year. However, if there is one thing you can certainly look forward to, it is 2015. 2015 is already shaping up to be a fantastic year. The annual Samsung Galaxy and Note releases are due, as will be the iPhone 6S, but some of the biggest release of the new year may not come from these two companies. In this article, I will briefly go over just how promising the year 2015 is appearing to be for the phone market.
Let’s face it, 2014 was pretty dope. Apple and Samsung had years for the books, releasing major instalments for the smartphone market. Apple also made a huge push in promoting itself, through the acquisition of Beats by Dr. Dre, Apple Pay, a whole new programming language, updates and price cuts for the Mac line, a 5K iMac, and more. As one updating with all things Apple, I think it is safe to say that 2014 has been the best year for the Cupertino-based tech giant. But the thing about records is that they are only there to be broken, leavinig all of us wondering what 2015 could possibly have in store for us.
Android phones, including Samsung Galaxy S5, originally ship un-rooted. Even though you can do a lot of things with an un-rooted device, there are features, applications and scenarios where a rooted phone is required. You can’t delete a pre-installed application on your phone if you do not have access to its root directory. You cannot change application permissions if you do not have root access to your phone.
As both tech giants are on the way to prove their superiority over the other, we will look into their flagship models and compare them side by side and decide which device win when it comes to spec wars.
Before touch-screen phones were introduced, people were used to have their phones with them for a few days before plugging it for charging. A heavy phone user can get at least three days before the battery fully drains. With the introduction of touch-screen phones, charging frequencies have since been in multitudes.
The folks down at Samsung HQ in Seoul are shaking up headlines once again with rumours of their next edition of their acclaimed cell phone line. Expected is the Galaxy S5, and if any of the speculations turn out to be true, it could shake up the long-time Apple vs Samsung battle quite a bit. In the last 5 years…
Last year was full of rises and falls for many technological companies, Mark Andresen (founder of the famous Andresen Horoetz) called it in a recent tweet the best year in the human history! In this article we’re going to present the top 10 tech fails for 2013, these tech fails won’t present bad products, but products that didn’t get traction…