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Robert Triggs

Senior Features Editor, covering SoCs, displays, cameras, and everything in between.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 review: What more could you want?

Does the Galaxy S20 still provide a top experience, or is it now an afterthought in the wake of the S20 Plus and S20 Ultra?
Robert TriggsApril 8, 20201219 shares

5G is not going to microwave your brain: All the myths, debunked

Health hysteria has plagued the communications industry for decades despite the lack of evidence. 5G is no different.
Robert TriggsApril 7, 20208941 shares

Galaxy S20 vs Huawei P40: Can you forget about Google?

Find out which 2020 smartphone you should buy in this definitive Samsung Galaxy S20 vs Huawei P40 showdown.
Robert TriggsApril 3, 2020532 shares

Why camera sensor size is so important

Smartphone camera quality keeps getting better and large image sensors are at the heart of this improvement.
Robert TriggsMarch 29, 2020338 shares

Never settle? Xiaomi Mi 10 borrows from OnePlus’ playbook

Xiaomi is clearly making a leap for the premium tier of the market with its latest handsets.
Robert TriggsMarch 29, 2020121 shares

All the new Huawei P40 camera technology explained

The Huawei P40 features some of the best smartphone imaging technology around. Here's what you need to know.
Robert TriggsMarch 26, 2020964 shares

Samsung Galaxy S20 series is the new performance king

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series are the fastest smartphones we've ever tested, but by how much?
Robert TriggsMarch 22, 20201593 shares

What is AOSP? Everything you need to know

Here's what you need to know about the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) powering your smartphone.
Robert TriggsMarch 17, 2020232 shares

Google’s biggest Pixel 4a rival might not be an Android OEM

While affordable Chinese OEMs seem like the obvious competition, they're not the Google Pixel 4a's biggest competitor.
Robert TriggsMarch 12, 2020556 shares

What to expect after my blind date with the Huawei P40

Phone makers might be taking pre-release hands-on demos a bit too seriously these days.
Robert TriggsMarch 10, 2020168 shares
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