It’s pretty amazing what smartphone cameras are capable of these days. I used to carry around lots of camera gear to events, and with very few exceptions now, my iPhone 11 Pro Max is all I bring with me.
Fans of Gundam have a new smartphone to look forward to. According to a tweet by @UniverseIce, gadget maker OPPO has partnered with Bandai Namco, to launch “a new smartphone.” This Twitter user has had reliable mobile leaks in the past, so there is a good chance this is legit.
All manner of devices land on Indiegogo looking for money. Smartphone maker Meizu has tossed a very cool smartphone on the funding generator called the Meizu Zero. Zero stands for the number of holes the smartphone has.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you didn’t have to worry about coiling up your phone charger or getting the wires tangled and damaged? Sure, wireless chargers are great, but they’re slow, and older iOS devices don’t support it anyhow.
With a rich history in the world of wireless communications, Chicago-based Motorola is still going strong, offering up some great smartphones with a great balance of features, build quality, versatility, and value. And with its Moto Mods technology, they’re some of the only phones on the planet which are truly expandable.
You can already play classic games on your phone. That’s no big deal. But if you want something closer to an authentic experience, where you play old games on your phone USING A FLOPPY DISK, you are in luck.
You have plenty of smartphone car mounts to chose from, but once you have seen this one, the choice is simple. You just have to go with this TIE Fighter-shaped car mount. It turns your AC vent into an Imperial fleet docking bay.
Your smartphone’s battery running out is very frustrating. We can never have enough power. We’re always topping off and charging up. It’s an endless cycle. Our smartphones are always on the cusp of dying. Well, if you want to chat with other people about your smartphone’s battery life, the Die With Me smartphone app will cost you a $1 and it only works when your battery life is less than 5%.
If you want to play The Legend of Zelda on something other than a Nintendo console, we have some good news. The Zelda series is headed to smartphones, according to The Wall Street Journal. We just don’t know yet whether this is a port or an entirely new game like Super Mario Run.
If you carry a gun for self defense of yourself, your family, and others, should you ever have to draw and use your weapon, you certainly don’t want that first shot at a knife-wielding maniac bent on stabbing your significant other to be the first you have ever fired out of your handgun.
I can’t type on a smartphone keyboard to save my life. My fingers are too big and I end up with periods and spaces all in the text that I didn’t want or need. You can carry a keyboard to make things easier, but that isn’t always convenient.
If you love barbecue but hate standing over the grill all day, Char-Broil’s new SmartChef gas grill connects to a smartphone app so you can check on your dinner while doing something else. Now you really can be in two places at one time when grilling.
Toasting bread properly has never been a problem for me. You can adjust how dark you want your bread with a knob or lever. No need to involve your smartphone. Despite this fact, Griffin has unveiled a Bluetooth-enabled “smart” toaster.
NTTDoCoMo is one of Japan’s largest mobile operators, so they are always on the cutting edge. Their latest offering? Toilet paper for your smartphone. Sure, why not?
These special rolls of TP can be found by the toilets of Tokyo’s Narita airport.
If you like to shoot videos or photos with your smartphone, chances are you have at least one accessory like a selfie stick or a tripod. Each of these serves a purpose, but it’s frankly a pain to carry around multiple gadgets.