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Polar M600 review

by Jimmy Westenberg 3 days ago4 comments

Best Android phones (December 2016): our picks, plus a giveaway

by Team AA 4 days ago744 comments

Android Nougat on the OnePlus 3 is impressive, even in beta

by Kris Carlon 2 days ago14 comments

Android Nougat on the OnePlus 3 is impressive, even in beta

by Jimmy Westenberg 3 days ago7 comments
7 articles

Report: Samsung spending $6.82B to increase AMOLED production

The new report indicates that Samsung's increased spending will allow it to produce an extra 200 million AMOLED panels per year.
by Matthew BensonJune 19, 201634

OnePlus 3’s Optic AMOLED is just a SAMOLED with color and temperature modifications

The OnePlus 3 is actually just using a Samsung supplied screen with some software (and hardware) changes to make it more "true to life".
by Matthew BensonJune 14, 201680

Report: Samsung OLED display shipments double in Q1 2016

A new report states that Samsung once again has 95% of OLED market shipments, this time for Q1 2016. The panels continue to populate!
by Matthew BensonJune 13, 20167

Competitive (Dis)Advantage: Is Samsung sabotaging its own smartphones by selling AMOLED screens to rivals?

A new report from Korea Samsung is to supply Apple with 100 million AMOLED panels. Why help the competition look lovely? Let's explore within.
by Matthew BensonApril 15, 2016195

Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Is the Samsung Galaxy S4 a major improvement over the Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Join us and find out!
by Mike AndriciMarch 15, 201359

5 inch Full HD Android smartphones are coming! Should we be happy?

While the Fall 2012 lineup of flagship Android smartphones mostly uses displays that measure 4.7 inches across the diagonal, it looks like 2013 will bring us an avalanche of Android ...
by Mike AndriciNovember 21, 201254

Why Samsung won’t use a Retina-like display for its tablets

I know that a few of you out there honestly believe tablets are really all about the software and the tasks it makes easier to accomplish. But I definitely know more people ...
by Mike AndriciApril 7, 20126
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