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Since the advent of the smartphone, photography has been a point of focus, and that is true now more than ever. Going forward, the next big thing appears to be dual camera setups. Samsung, one of the biggest fish in the smartphone pond, has embraced dual camera configurations—first with its recently introduced Galaxy Note 8, and next with its upcoming Galaxy J7+, according to what look like official press materials.A website in Thailand leaked a few photos of the Galaxy J7+ that appear to be plucked from Samsung's stash of marketing materials. What they reveals is a dual camera setup on the back of the phone, the primary one being a 13-megapixel shooter with f/1.7 aperture, and the secondary... Read more...
Verizon raised more than a few eyebrows last week when it announced that it was raising data caps for all plans and adding unlimited overage data, albeit at snail-like speeds for its XL and XXL data plans. While giving customers added perks is nothing new, actually raising prices in the process is uncommon — customers will in effect see a $5 to $10 increase in their monthly bills with these newest changes. Not surprisingly, T-Mobile has come out swinging against Verizon by “giving families a break from industry rate hikes and restrictions right when customers need it most.” Beginning July 13th, a family of four will be able to get 6GB of data each per month for only $30 per line. Each family... Read more...
It used to be that smartphone makers tried to outdo one another with superior rear-facing cameras. It was a point of focus in commercials, and with each new generation of handsets, there was talk of smartphone cameras making point-n-shoots obsolete. Funny how trends change, as now the popular thing is to improve the front-facing camera on smartphones for taking selfies. If you don't believe it, then take a look at Samsung's new Galaxy J3 and J5 phones.The big deal with these phones is that they boast 5-megapixel front-facing shooters with LED flash. These are wide angle lenses the new Galaxy devices use for taking selfies, capturing 85 degrees for a solo selfie or extended to 120 degrees for... Read more...