We are getting deeper and deeper in to the season of tech since almost every tech giant has been releasing their plans for 2020 line ups.
We saw, Apple releasing their latest flagship with a major addition into the camera division. We saw, Huawei with P30 but with no google services (such a shame) and we saw Samsung re-doing their Galaxy Fold phone.
Moving into the Gaming section, Apple Arcade has been launched and the games look very promising in terms of graphics. See the full article here.
Now into the car tech section, Elon Musk is trying too hard to catch Porsche saying that he will throw a Tesla Model S into Nurburing. Read the article here.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is here for good and the reviews are giving and taking over the net.
It is a fact that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ gets off the headphone jack which means the end of an era on the Samsung mobile family.
An other concern that it has been raising over the reviews is the refresh rate of the screen. For those you are wondering what is the refresh rate of the screen with simple words it is a “feature” that makes any transition run smoother.
Although, this “feature” is not visible or you can not see it if you haven’t seen it before. For example, gamers are the first to adopt this “feature” because it makes the whole gaming experience smoother and more relaxing.
There is so many to talk about the Samsung Galaxy Note+.
Lets start with the display! The display as you can expect from a Samsung Galaxy phone is just amazing. Vivid colors, sharp & edge to edge display.
The cameras are here two. And five in total. One at the front the rest at the back.
The Fitbit Versa, which was launched in March last year, is arguably the best smartwatch that the company has made so far. Press renders showing Fitbit’s second-generation Versa have now leaked, courtesy of reliable tipster Evan Blass.
Leaked press renders of the Fitbit Versa 2 suggest the upcoming wearable will look nearly identical to the first generation Versa. It will have a similar square-ish display as its predecessor, along with an anodized aluminum casing and a “PurePulse” heart-rate monitor on the back. One of the renders also reveals the upcoming smartwatch will have Alexa support. However, instead of the three physical buttons on the first-generation model, Versa 2 will only have a single physical button. Fitbit has gotten rid of the two buttons on the right side.
The second-generation Versa is expected to retain all the key features of the original model, although there is still no information available on the major upgrades that it will bring to the table. There is no word on the release date either.
Thanks to its lightweight design, excellent battery life, and a ton of great features, the Versa proved a hit among consumers. Fitbit shipped over 1 million units of the smartwatch in just the first two months. Unfortunately, the Versa Lite, which was launched in March this year as a more affordable version of Versa, failed to achieve similar success. Fitbit recently confirmed while announcing its Q2 2019 earnings that its smartwatch revenue dropped by 27 percent over last year, as a result of weak Versa Lite sales.