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Google Pixel 6 - IT'S TIME - Review

  Google Pixel 6 The Pixel cameras have been in a weird spot for a couple of years;  the Pixel 2 in 2017 was an incredible leap forward for smartphone photography, but features like Night Sight aside, the Pixel 3, 4, and even the Pixel 5 were mostly evolutions on the same hardware and software formula, making what sometimes felt like subjective tweaks more than clear improvements to image quality.  It’s to Google’s credit that they’ve still remained among the very best phone cameras you can buy. If Samsung or even OnePlus stuck with the exact same sensor for three iterations of its flagship device, they would be laughed out of existence. But for Google, that's not the case.   Google Pixel 6 For one thing, Google is still using the same Sony IMX363 12.2-megapixel primary sensor as in the last few Pixel phones. Google told last year that keeping the same sensor continuity helps its Pixel camera team refine algorithms from generation to generation and that there wasn’t a part on the m

Samsung Galaxy A82 Review

  Samsung Galaxy A82 So 2018, 19 will be the year remembered for pop-up camera phones in the world of smartphones. We saw phones like the Oppo Find X with a huge motorized setup, we have also seen phones like the OnePlus 7 Pro with a small pop camera mechanism. But the most interesting motorized camera smartphone was made by Samsung, called the Galaxy A80 which had a pop-up flip camera, as the main camera module at the back slides up and then rotates to the front. Pop-up camera phones and slider phones are awesome for a number of reasons. They allow for higher screen-to-body ratios, as there’s no need for a notch or a thick  bezel to house the selfie camera. So a lot of people were wondering are we ever going to see the successors of the Galaxy A80 or was it a one-off thing? Well,    Samsung Galaxy A82 first up Samsung is indeed working on the successor of the A80 called the Galaxy A82. We first heard of it in early 2021 when Samsung applied for a trademark for a bunch of Galaxy A smar

LG To Exit Smartphone Business Review - sohozsell

  LG To Exit Smartphone Business Review So LG's mobile division has been facing losses after losses for a very long time now. To be specific, their mobile division has reported 23 consecutive quarters of losses, that's about 4.5 billion dollars over the last 5 years and as a result of this, LG is now considering quitting the smartphone market for good in 2021. LG recently teased a rollable smartphone at CES a few days ago, clearly indicating that the company has not run out of great ideas for its smartphone business. Also recently one of their executives said that the rumors about them exiting the smartphone business are “completely false and without merit.” However, in a dramatic turn of events, Reuters has found an internal memo from the CEO of LG that basically says that they are considering all options for its loss-making mobile division, which could include shutting its smartphone business or selling off parts of the unit.The CEO of LG said and I quote, “In the global mark

Galaxy Note 21 Ultra - To Note Or Not To Note - Review

   Galaxy Note 21 Ultra - To Note Or Not To Note  So whether or not there will be a Galaxy Note in the future is still up for debate. There were rumors that Samsung will be pulling the plug on the Galaxy Note series following reports that the Galaxy S series will be getting support for the S Pen. But recently a Samsung official anonymously said to a website that the rumors aren't exactly true,  there will be a Galaxy Note in 2021. So the Note fans were happy and things were back to normal. Until Ice Universe decided to tweet this a couple of days ago that Samsung has pulled the curtain on the Galaxy Note series. The tweet shows a picture that reads the End with a caption the Galaxy Note which basically means the end of the Galaxy Note. Honestly, I wasn't going to make a video on this topic since reports have been flip-flopping quite a lot on this topic. One day a report says they are ending the Galaxy Note and a couple of days later there comes another report debunking the earl

OnePlus 9 Pro Specification And Review

  OnePlus 9 Pro So OnePlus is expected to launch the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro next month in March. We've already seen some hands-on photos of the OnePlus 9 which showed OnePlus isn't planning anything drastic with the new handset apart from redesigning the camera module and using bigger sensors. Today, we have the first-ever hands-on photos of the OnePlus 9 Pro courtesy of Dave2D which at the first glance shows that OnePlus could be providing a major step up in the camera hardware with a partnership with Hasselblad, a ridiculously expensive camera gear making company. I'll explain in a minute whether or not this puts OnePlus's camera quality on par with Samsung, Apple, and others but first, let's take a look at the phone itself. Unlike the OnePlus 9, the OnePlus 9 Pro has a curved display with the punch hole selfie camera at the left. There's also a slight difference in the frame shape for the alert slider and power button which honestly looks better than the OnePlus

Samsung Crushes Apple and More Review

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LG Rollable Smartphone Review - SohoZSell

LG Rollable Smartphone Review what's up guys sal here so once a major player among the top tier smartphone makers lg's reputation particularly with flagship phones has taken a hit as larger players like samsung has overtaken it smaller companies like oneplus have been able to generate more buzz so lg needed something to jumpstart the excitement over its mobile lineup so lg made explorer project where they've shown a renewed interest in playing with the different concepts last fall the company launched the lg wing which offered two screens stacked together with the top one able to swirl out into horizontal mode shortly after that they showed a short demo of a rollable smartphone at ces in january which has a display that extends. upwards to create a larger more tablet-like screen similar to how it's rollable oled televisions work but on a smaller scale it was said that the phone from lg could be the first such device to hit the market marking another step in the evolutio

Galaxy A52 and A72 Review - SohoZSell

   Galaxy A52 and A72 Review So we generally expect the price and the quality of a device to be directly correlated. If a company has a line-up, the cheapest device is supposed to be the worst one, and the most expensive device is expected to be the best one. But I feel like lately this just isn’t true anymore. Now, depending on which phones you compare and which aspects of a phone you find important, it is very possible that you will find a midrange phone that is not just a better deal for your money, but actually a better device for you overall. And I think the Galaxy A52 and A72 demonstrate this perfectly. You see high refresh rate displays have been around for ages, but it’s only for the last couple of years that the tech has successfully transitioned to phones. The Galaxy S20 was the first Samsung phone to have a 120Hz display and ever since high refresh rate displays have become a must-have feature for people when buying a flagship phone. Samsung fans have also been asking are we

Galaxy A72 OFFICIAL Review - THE VALUE KING - SohoZSell

    Galaxy A72 OFFICIAL Review So a couple of days ago we talked about how Samsung is bringing the flagship features to their popular Galaxy A lineup such as the upcoming Galaxy A72 as well as the Galaxy A52. These two handsets will be the first Samsung midrange phones to get a high refresh rate 120Hz display on the 5G versions while the 4G versions will get a 90Hz display panel. But it looks like high refresh rate displays aren't the only flagship features coming to the Galaxy A lineup. Samsung is also bringing water resistance IP rating to the Galaxy A52 and A72, a feature that was only exclusive to the Galaxy S and Note lineup so far. According to new information, both the Galaxy A72 and A52 will be IP67 rated for water resistance which means you can submerge the phone underwater for at least 30 minutes while under 15cm to 1m of water.   Samsung Galaxy A72 Not only that we also have the first official renders of the Galaxy A72 courtesy of Roland Quandt, which shows the Galaxy A7

iPhone 13 Pro Review - SohozSell

   iPhone 13 Pro Review While companies like Samsung are in the third generation of high refresh rate displays. They are even offering 120Hz displays in their midrange phones. But Apple on the other hand is still stuck at 60Hz. To be fair, they were considering 120Hz variable refresh rate panels on the iPhone 12 Pro lineups but due to the lack of supply of these variable refresh rate panels, I mean Apple sold over 90 million iPhones in the last quarter and Samsung, which makes displays for most of the iPhones wasn't able to keep up with supply and demand. So Apple ditched the feature on the iPhone 12 Pro. Instead, their upcoming iPhone 13 Pro lineup will have high refresh rate displays. Now, here's some crazy news going around on the internet that the new iPhones will have 240Hz displays. It originated from the patent that Apple has published recently which says the handset can operate at a refresh rate that is up to four times the native refresh rate.   iPhone 13 Pro That is t

Google Pixel 6 Review -SohozSell

  Google Pixel 6 Review  So the Google Pixel 5 hasn’t been out for that long, the phone was only launched in October last year but the world of smartphones moves fast and we already have some potential details of the next flagship phone from Google, the Pixel 6. The internal code names for the future Pixel phones have been leaked last year, Passport, Raven, and Oriole.Passport is for the alleged foldable phone from Google that may or may not launch this year. But Raven and Oriole are for the Pixel 6 and perhaps the Pixel 6 XL. Google decided against releasing a Pixel 5 XL last year because they changed their direction slightly when it comes to their phone releases, with the company moving away from fitting them out with the very best available tech. Instead, all the Google phones last year include more modest mid-range chipsets and price tags that sit below rival handsets from Samsung and Apple. They were also notably smaller phones, offering a respite from the usual barrage of huge An