Although Sony is unlikely to bring anything new and powerful by the end of the year in the Android décor, rumors about the company’s next flagship phones are gaining traction by the day.
With the already high stakes in the patent wars increasing by the day, the debates over what is true innovation are getting more confusing than ever, especially for regular users. Still, it’s not as difficult as one would think to invent, reinvent and push technology limits.
Korea Times reports that, according to an anonymous executive, Samsung Display will no longer make display panels for Apple, starting next year. The Koreans have already reduced the deliveries of displays to Apple, from 15 million LCDs in the first half of 2012, to 3 million in the third quarter, with an estimated 1.8 million units to be shipped by the end of the year.
If you ever wondered how would an E Ink smartphone look like, we have some answers for you today. In short, it looks pretty cool yet kind of quirky, exciting, but limited.
You’re always going to have people accusing you of not being objective when you pit an Android device against one of Apple’s iPhones, but can anyone challenge science? We don’t know about that, although we would definitely like to, seeing as a sciency test performed by Cnet has the iPhone 5 coming out on top in a screen comparison with our beloved Samsung Galaxy S3.
The first ever gadget to actually sport an IGZO display is a much less glamorous one than we’d have expected, although it’s still worth a quick look. The Sharp Aquos Phone Zeta SH-02E has just been unveiled by NTT DoCoMo as part of the Japanese carrier’s fall line-up of smartphones, and, aside from the high-res low power screen, it also holds other aces up its sleeve.
A few days ago, just after the iPhone 5 launch, we compared the new iOS device with the Galaxy S3 in a series of posts (drop test, video comparison, benchmarking results and display tests) and in most cases the iPhone 5 proved to be the better device.
The brand new Nexus 7 Jelly Bean tablet, despite being more resistant than the iPad in drop and water tests, still has some issues of its own. In addition to the... screen ghosting problem and the loose display annoyance we have already shown you, we now hear the some units also come with certain backlight bleeding issues.
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One of the not-so-nice things about the built-in power conservation functions in older phones is that it automatically turns off the screen when it thinks it is not in use. Imagine that you’re... reading an article, letting your eyes travel across sentences when suddenly, your phone’s backlight turns off. You’ll need to tap the screen again to turn it on, which can lead to you losing your...
Despite the growing number of apps and services readily available for Android, there is a shortage on apps that lets you tinker with your phone’s lighting and brightness settings. Though... there are a few existing apps that provide you with such functionality, they often require manual tweaking to achieve the desired light adjustments. Lux, on the other hand offers a unique value proposit...