SKY joins in on the fun with their own spin of a budget Android in their 2014 4.0 model. Its 8-megapixel camera seems to be an obvious selling point, considering that most similarly priced models sport 5-megapixel cameras or lower. Behind its 4-inch WVGA display is a 1.2GHz Cortex-A7 dual-core processor and a 512MB RAM, probably keep it within the rock-bottom price range (for smartphones). It reels in up to 21Mbps speeds on HSPA+. The SKY 4.0 also comes with a 1.3-megapixel front-facing snapper and a Lithium-Ion battery rated at 1450mAh.
Big and powerful, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is made for smartphone enthusiasts and power users. It stands out with being Samsung’s first dual-camera phone, enabling real 2x zoom and background blur effects. It is also the first Galaxy Note device built around the newer 18.5:9 display aspect ratio, which allows it to fit a huge, 6.3-inch display in a body not impossible to handle. The S-Pen a trademark feature for the Note series is now more precise and more useful with more features built around it. And no less importantly, the phone is built to higher safety standards than its predecessor.
|2017 marks the iPhone’s 10th anniversary, and Apple is rumored to be working on something special to commemorate the event. The iPhone X could be an ultra-premium iPhone model that is to be announced alongside the iPhone 8. Some say the phone will employ wireless charging, a dual main camera, and an OLED screen occupying nearly all of the front side. All this could be housed inside a water-resistant body made of glass on the front and back, with a stainless steel frame holding it together. Needless to say, the phone will feature next-generation processor and hardware, including an Apple-made A11 SoC and up to 256 gigs of storage. If this rumored iPhone 8 is released, don’t expect it to be cheap.|