Samsung S8 Details That Make It Irresistible

When Samsung announced that it will release the Samsung Galaxy S8 in March 2017, the market was thrown into a frenzy. For the first quarter of 2016, Samsung sold 13.3 million units of Galaxy S7 Edge and commanded a whopping 2.3% share of all Android phones. However, the release of iPhone 7 brought a new twist into the market which made Samsung go back to the drawing board. Now, the flagship Samsung S8 is ready for release and the market cannot wait for this priceless piece. Here is a complete review of what to expect and why you need to buy it after release.   The Galaxy S8 Display The mysterious outlook of the Galaxy S7 Edge has been improved to include the dual-curved edges and deliver a super wide 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The curvy appearance on S8 will redefine what really makes a smartphone because it has removed the Home Button. Instead, it has adopted the slimmer bezels located above and below the tall display. Just like the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, the new S8 will be available in two sizes, the S8 (5.8-inch display) and S8 Plus (6.2-inch display). Both S8 and S8 Plus will come with the best Quad HD resolution for great viewership. This will make the new smartphone among the best for watching videos.     The smartphone design When Samsung released the previous S6 and S7 models, it stuck to the attractive glass and metal designs. While these designs have been very effective by creating a special attachment to users, some refinements have been introduced. The shot that users can scroll through...

Nokia 3310 – A look at key features you wish your standard smartphone had!

The unthinkable finally happened and what was a couple of years ago a pipe dream became a reality. The second coming that was once a figment of our imagination is no longer nigh. Don’t get me wrong here. If you are a Christian, I am not alluding to the second coming of Christ but rather the return of the iconic Nokia 3310! Long before iPhones bust into the scene, Nokia 3310 was king and the phone everyone was angling to own. The return of the iconic Nokia 3310 is sentimental so to speak and has awakened memories of a time when this particular device made our lives a living bliss. Indeed, Nokia 3310 defined an era and set the path to the release of some of the most magnificent smartphones we have today. The best-selling phone of its era, those who owned Nokia 3310 at the crack of the millennium have nothing less than sweet and nostalgic memories of this device. Fast forward to 2017 and a revamped, more stylish and feature rich new Nokia 3310 has been released to the excitement of its lover. Perhaps, you are wondering why the release of the new and revamped Nokia 3310 is all the buzz. Well, if you didn’t own it back in the day, you might not be able to fully comprehend why it was a darling to so many people. I am not about to go down the memory lane. On the contrary, I am here to tell you why some of the key features of this magnificent phone will put your current smartphone to shame. In other words,...

A Look at Outrageous Common Mobile Phone Myths

We all heard them, read them and even implored by clueless friends that should we not follow and observe them to the letter, we are doomed. I am talking about mobile phone myths some of which are outrageous so to speak. We’ve come to take the said myths as gospel truths that challenging the fallacious beliefs has become somewhat of an uphill task. We all have received emails forwarded religiously every now and then on the dos and don’ts regarding mobile phones and their use. However, most of these are just myths and untruths meant to whip us into line or observe some of tradition premised on fear. That said, let’s take a look at some of the most common outrageous mobile phone myths. Myth #1: using your mobile phone at the petrol station can lead to an explosion I mean, who wouldn’t be worried about this prospect? This myth, as uninformed as it is, has been held as gospel truth since mobile phones became mainstream. However, this belief is unfounded and baseless so to speak. The truth of the matter is that the electromagnetic field that is created by mobile phones and the current generated by the batteries are far too weak to ignite an explosion. So why are the warnings clear in phone manuals as well as gas stations? Why is it that mobile phone users are strongly warned to desist using their mobile phones at petrol stations? Well, believe you me, it is a case of being safer than sorry. Myth #2: you receive a free phone under a phone contract The principle of economics state...