A bunch of Chinese vendors, with a little help from Google, are embracing the notch in hope that doing so will help Android conquer the high-end. Asus is the latest to take on the Cupertino tech giant with a new device having a 26% smaller notch than iPhone X, which they unprofessionally referred to as “the fruit phone” to avoid mentioning Apple by name.
While iOS is the most popular mobile platform for big business, Samsung has decided to double-down on enterprise so they’ve created a pretty compelling ad touting the features of its devices built specifically for business customers.
The new videos promote frequent iOS updates help keep iPhones more secure and the Move to iOS app that switchers would use to transfer their settings, media and other data from an Android device to an iPhone.
The 2018 iPhone lineup will include a near-6.5-inch model, reports Bloomberg. The outlet says the handset, which would be the largest ever for Apple, will feature an OLED panel with a resolution of 1242 x 2688.
It seems that Samsung and Apple have a new smartphone battleground: emojis. Apple, of course, was the first to bring out an AR emoji on iPhone X last year, but now Samsung is defending its own AR emoji implementation as not being a carbon-copy of Apple’s Animoji feature.
Representing an evolution of last year’s Galaxy S8 series, the new Samsung flagships focus on camera improvements and related features, like a variable-aperture dual-lens camera setup, super slow-motion video at 960 frames per second, Samsung’s Animoji ripoff and more.