Yes, smartphone users, despite coverage of the Note 7 recall and the iPhone 7's lack of a headphone jack, there are other smartphones out there. Last month LG released the LG V20, a phone featuring a replaceable battery, enhance audio features and manual camera controls for video. While Apple and Samsung continue to be the stars of the shows, LG is making headlines with the V20. Galaxy S7 Edge Vs. iPhone 7 to see which phone has the best specs, features, etc. LG V20 Features, Specs, Price - While Apple and Samsung continue to be the stars of the shows, LG is making headlines with the V20. Galaxy S7 Edge Vs. iPhone 7 to see which phone has the best specs, features, etc. Photo: LG LG V20 Specs: The LG V20 sports a 5.7-inch display, dual-cameras, an additional always-on display, great battery life and runs Android 7.0 Nougat.
It's a great year to buy a smartphone. These days, even mid-range phones are at least OK, so it's hard to go horribly awry if you're browsing devices at your local retailer. Especially if you're looking at devices over $500, you're almost guaranteed to find passable cameras, fast processors, and gorgeous screens. Many phones are trying so hard to imitate the biggest and best smartphones, (Samsung Galaxy devices and iPhones are still the trend setters) that they tend to blur together. At the same time, phones have never been more expensive, and there are a lot of small pitfalls you can run into, especially if you're trying to buy a phone that will last you 2-3 years.
The good: Gorgeous design, Colorful screen, Long battery life, Excellent camera with helpful smart features like real-time translation The bad: AR Emoji feels gimmicky, Camera isn't always as good as that of the iPhone X Who should buy: Android fans looking for a fantastic screen, long battery life, and a pretty good camera Here's a challenge: Pick out the Samsung Galaxy S9 from a lineup that also includes the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8. I'll bet you can't. Samsung's latest pair of flagship phones, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9, bring modest improvements dressed in the same outfit as last year's Galaxy S8. The two devices start shipping on March 16 for $719.99 (Galaxy S9) and $839.99 (Galaxy S9). If you've used Samsung's other recent smartphones, there's a lot that will feel familiar about the Galaxy S9 and S9 . Both devices have the same eye-popping Super AMOLED screen that covers nearly the entire face of the phone, which Samsung first debuted on the Galaxy S8, S8 and Note 8.
If you're shopping for a new smartphone, there's a good chance three options immediately come to mind: the iPhone X, the Galaxy S8, or the Google Pixel 2. Your buying decision might come down to whether you're more comfortable using iOS or Android. But for those who are struggling to decide which phone is best, or simply just want to get a better sense of how each phone differs from one another, here's a closer look at the iPhone X, Google Pixel 2 XL and Samsung Galaxy S8. While more powerful processors, sharper cameras, and better screens have become routine annual updates, 2017 was the year that smartphone makers began to rethink design, too. All three companies released new phones with screens that cover nearly the entire front of the device, resulting in a look that's more slick while also offering more screen space. And, most importantly, the new edge-to-edge design on the iPhone X, Galaxy S8, and Google Pixel XL means you're getting a bigger screen in a phone that's not noticeably larger, which makes them easier to hold than big-screened devices of years past.
Samsung's Galaxy S line is turning 10, and with four new phones the technology giant is going all out for its S10 to celebrate. When the iPhone turned 10 in 2016, Apple went all out giving the phone a massive redesign. As one might expect, with the Galaxy S line hitting the same milestone this year, Samsung similarly spared no expense. Samsung is introducing several new Galaxy S10 models Wednesday: a more compact, $749.99 In addition to those three main S10 models, which will be available for pre-order Feb. 21 and go on sale March 8, Samsung is adding a souped-up, 6.7-inch Galaxy S10 5G.