Right now, the iPhone X is pretty much the king of the smartphone world. However, in its never-ending quest to surpass Apple, Samsung is reportedly focusing heavily on battery life for its upcoming Galaxy Note 9.
According to a reliable Samsung leaker, the forthcoming Note 9 will boast a monster 4,000mAh battery. The iPhone X’s by comparison? A mere 2,716 mAh.
iPhone X is considered the best smartphone Apple has ever made by almost everyone who’s ever used one. But according to Consumer Reports’ smartphone ratings, it’s not as good as the more affordable iPhone 8 — or the Samsung Galaxy S8.
The iPhone X launch is less than a month away but we’re already lusting after what 2018 might bring. Even though the iPhone X has a larger screen than the iPhone 8 Plus, we wouldn’t be shocked to see the edge-to-edge display come to the Plus-sized model next year.
Now we know exactly what such a device could look like thanks to some new renders that show how beautiful all that screen real estate would be.
Check out what it’d look like compared to the iPhone X:
If you’re lusting after an iPhone 8 upgrade but don’t want to pay more for your smartphone, Sprint might have the perfect deal for you. It is currently offering one of Apple’s latest handsets for $0 a month — but only if you trade in certain phones.
Samsung delivers the new Galaxy Note 8, and it’s bigger and better than ever. So, how does it stack up against iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and the upcoming iPhone 8?
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Surprise, surprise; the rumors were true. Samsung will compete with Apple’s hottest new gadget.
In a new interview following the launch of the Galaxy Note 8 on Tuesday, Samsung mobile president DJ Koh confirmed the company is developing a smart speaker that will take on HomePod and Amazon Alexa. He also hinted that it will be announced “soon.”