‘Release season’ kicks off this weekend with the announcement of the LG G6 at MWC, but that’s not the only major flagship set to make waves in the coming weeks. Not too long after, Samsung will be debuting the Galaxy S8 at an event in New York City. However, that doesn’t tell us when these phones will hit the market. Luckily, those dates may have been revealed…
One of the perks of buying apps on Google Play is easy access to quick refunds. If you download a paid app and quickly decide you don’t like it, you’ve got 2 hours to immediately refund the purchase. If you need a bit longer to make a decision, there’s also an easy window to apply for a refund within 48 hours. However, not everyone realizes you can still get a refund outside of that window…
Modular smartphones haven’t taken off for a number of reasons, but one of the big ones is the fear that a year after purchasing your phone and bunch of mods, they’ll all become irrelevant with new hardware. Well, Motorola/Lenovo have just put those concerns to rest for Moto Mod owners.
Update: TechnoBuffalo has obtained a spec list for the smaller Galaxy S8 which will include most of the same specifications, but with a smaller 5.8-inch display.
New flagships are right around the corner, with LG kicking things off this weekend with the highly anticipated LG G6. However, Samsung’s latest flagship will be landing not too far behind ─ the Galaxy S8. As with its past two flagship releases, Samsung is expected to launch two variants of the phone, the other being the Galaxy S8+. Now, we’re getting a few more details about that larger phone.