Samsung just unveiled their most brilliant smartphone to date. The Samsung Galaxy S8 hasn’t even released yet, and it’s already the best Android phone made. The Samsung Galaxy S8 combines top level design features, and best-in-class hardware for a truly premium device. There’s been improvements in just about every area of the phone, and you can tell Samsung is naturally gunning for the number one spot. They’ve apparently bought in to the fact that they’d have something to prove with their next batch of smartphones, and it looks like they’re doing just that. Here’s everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Earlier today, Apple announced the upcoming availability of (PRODUCT) RED devices in their lineup. Beginning March 24th, Apple will launch a limited edition Red variant of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. This isn’t the first time that Apple has dabbled in (RED) products, as they’ve released Red iPods in the past. Apple’s RED products are released in an initiative to help fund research that helps combat the growing AIDS epidemic in Africa. The (PRODUCT) Red iPhones will largely retain their original designs, but will gain a sweet looking Red aluminum finish. Availability will begin this Friday, March 24th and the devices will start at $749, retail price.
The next big thing in the lineup of next big things is set to release next month. Samsung’s highly anticipated Galaxy S8 is slated for an April 21st launch, according to several sources. The Galaxy S8 is supposed to get a grand unveiling on March 29th, followed by a pre-order period shortly after. Fans of Samsung are especially looking forward to the S8 after the insane debacle caused by the release and recall of the Note 7.
Android users are anticipating the Galaxy S8 because Samsung has created some of the best Android devices over the last few years. Beside touting one of the better looking, premium build designs, the Galaxy devices also integrated the latest [...]
On Sunday, Verizon unveiled their plans to once again offer customers unlimited data. Verizon was the last US carrier to do so, as T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T all had different incarnations of an unlimited plan available. It took T-Mobile all of 24 hours to fire back at Verizon, calling them out for “caving” on their stance on unlimited data. T-Mobile has been especially critical about Verizon as of late, especially since new network test findings have concluded T-Mobile’s data network is just as good as Verizon’s.
Verizon took a hard stand on the value of their unlimited plan, which truthfully is a pretty solid offering, but T-Mobile thinks they can [...]