LeEco Le Pro 3 houses some highly advanced and cutting technology enhancements that render it a class apart from the rest in its segment. Sporting a super glossy metallic finish, the Le Pro 3 has switched the conventional capacitive home buttons on the bottom edge of the screen with a powerful fingerprint sensor at the back of the body.
The new Pixel line represents a smartphone category where Google has complete say in what goes into building the phone, something that wasn’t the case with the Nexus line. Now Google is able to build out a more complete vision of what they want in a smartphone and how it will best represent everything Google has to offer.
The Schatzii BULLET Bluetooth 4.1 Earpiece is not only tiny, but it’s charging system is rather remarkable as well. Obviously a device this small is going to run into some battery issues, and that’s where the charging tube comes into play.
The Motorola Moto Z Droid and the Moto Z Droid Force, along with all of the mods, are currently only available on Verizon. Both models come in 32GB and 64GB options with 2TB microSD storage. We’re giving the new Z line full marks for several reasons. The design is extremely unique and light, the MotoMods implementation is well done, and the camera is superb.
The new MEEM Smartphone Cable Backup may be the answer to what everyone has been waiting on. Meem makes the whole backup or restore process a breeze, thanks to its technology of bundling backup functionality into a charger cable. With the Meem, where ever you are, charging and backups can take place automatically without any additional peripherals, hardware or cloud storage.
One of Verizon’s latest flagship smartphones, the HTC 10, is here and it’s raising some eyebrows. With a form factor that replicates the HTC ONE series, a huge battery and specs that rival any device on the market, the HTC 10 is a beast of a phone with plenty of advantages.
The Galaxy S7 is an evolutionary upgrade to the S6, building on its success, features and build, and Verizon carries both models, which compliments the devices with the best service around. Besides the refining of the design, the processor is quicker, it’s now somewhat waterproof, the battery has been extended, and the camera is killer, with a brand new dual-pixel 12MP clicker.
One of the most talked about topics at this year’s MWC was wireless smartphone charging, and its projected impact on smartphone design and sales. Now, wireless chargers have been around for a while, but the technology has only recently become reliable enough to go mainstream, and we are just beginning to see smartphone models with built in wireless charging capabilities.
Noke takes the standard U-lock bicycle lock, used by millions for years against would-be bike thieves, and ramps it up with twenty-first century technology, essentially smartening it up with modern smartphone connectivity. The company calls it the Noke U-lock.
The Runcible is both weird but a very compelling device, which offers many of the same capabilities as a smartphone, but it looks like a pocket watch. Its creator, Monohm, wants the circular device to challenge the traditional smartphone industry, both in design and function. Aubrey Anderson, the company’s founder and CEO, describes the Runcible as a quieter gadget, void of constant notifications, which can help people relax and live in the moment, while still staying connected online without internet overload.