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iPhone X Review

Android phone makers review the iPhone X: 5 stars, would copy again

February 9th, 2018

Apple’s tenth-anniversary iPhone X continues to get stellar reviews, but not only from gadget bloggers and Apple fans. There’s another group that is absolutely enamored with Apple’s latest and greatest iPhone: Android phone makers. Several Android phone companies love Apple’s new design so much that they’re not even trying to hide it anymore, blatantly ripping …

iPhone 8 Rumors

iPhone 8 isn’t even here yet and details are leaking about its successor

September 30th, 2016

Due next year, the iPhone 8 is expected to bring the radical redesign iPhone users have been waiting for. The phone could feature an edge-to-edge OLED display, curved edges, and it might lack a physical home button thanks to Apple’s 3D Touch technology and a new TouchID fingerprint scanner embedded under the screen. At least, that’s …

Sprint Sharp Aquos Crystal Specs and Features

This new smartphone is the closest thing to being bezel-free we’ve yet seen

August 18th, 2014

While handset makers keep slimming down the bezels of their devices, Sharp has designed a smartphone that comes closer than any we’ve ever seen to eliminating bezels all together. The best part is Sharp’s Aquos Crystal phone will be available to American buyers, Engadget reports, as Sprint is getting ready to launch it in the U.S. In …

Sharp Free-Form Displays

Sharp’s incredible new display tech will change consumer electronics forever

June 19th, 2014

The future of consumer tech is not a rectangle, and Sharp just unveiled a major step toward realising that future. The company has unveiled new display technology it refers to as “Free-Form Display.” Using Sharp’s new tech, companies will be able to design and manufacture LCD displays in shapes that might have otherwise been impossible …

Sharp 15-inch Tablet Specs, Launch

Does the world need a 15.6-inch tablet? Sharp says yes

January 16th, 2014

Samsung has already announced a couple of 12.2-inch Android tablets at CES 2014 and Apple is rumored to be working on a 12.9-inch Pro iPad of its own, but Sharp trumps both companies when it comes to tablet size with its new 15.6-inch RW-16GB Windows 8.1 tablet. The device packs a 3,200 x 1,800-pixel IGZO display (235 pixel-per-inch …