Huawei today revealed a brand new teaser video with the purpose of making fans excited about the upcoming Mate 10 smartphone series. In the video - embedded below - Huawei actually argues that the Mate 10 "is not a smartphone", but "an intelligent machine," as it sees, thinks, and learns "like us, for us."
LG introduced the G7 "ThinQ" smartphone on Wednesday. ThinQ — meant to be pronounced as "think" — is LG's artificial intelligence that's designed to recognize what you're pointing at with the phone camera, and then adjust the camera settings for the best shot.
Enter the LG Optimus L7.Positioned at the higher end of the company's entry-level lineup, it aims to be the 328i of smartphones. Sure, no one's lining up to drool over it, but LG is aiming for this to be a practical choice with just enough elegance and pizzaz to keep consumers grinning.
Oh, and did I mention that as a Google flagship phone, my Pixel 2 came with Android 8 and it automatically updated to 8.1? This, to me, is one of the Pixel 2’s killer features. While other Android smartphones take forever and a day to get upgraded, the Pixel 2 gets the latest big updates and security fixes as soon as they’re ready for prime time.
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2. The Dual Aperture has two f-stop modes (F1.5 and F2.4). The Dual Aperture is installed on the rear camera of the Galaxy S9 and on the rear wide camera of the Galaxy S9+. 3. Super Slow-mo only supports HD resolution. Limited to 20 shots per video with approximately 0.2 seconds of recording and 6 seconds of playback for each shot. 4.
Sony falls short once again with the Xperia XZ2; it's a good phone but not a great one The smartphone has all-but killed off compact cameras and camcorders out of existence in the past few years. But, far from resting on their laurels, smartphone cameras are getting better and better and better.