Samsung’s Galaxy A (2017)
Samsung’s Galaxy A series debuted in 2015 as a line of mid range smartphones, but since then, the line between it and Samsung’s flagship S series has blurred.
This year’s A series smartphones are closer than ever to flagship level, with a stunning metal and glass design that looks and feel just as premium as Samsung’s flagship phones. In fact, the thin bezels, metal frame and curved glass back make the A7 look very similar to Samsung’s Galaxy S7. And just like the S7, the A7 is IP68 dust and water resistant, meaning it can survive underwater for 30 minutes at depths of up to 1.5m.
The new A7 has a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels resolution (386ppi). As with all of Samsung’s Super AMOLED displays, colors on the A7 are vivid and life-like, and the contrast is excellent, with deep blacks. A new addition to the A series display is always-on functionality. This feature works exactly like it does on the S7, showing the date, time, and battery percentage when the display is in standby mode. It’s also capable of displaying notifications, which you can double tap to view full screen.
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Google I/O 2021
Google’s annual developer conference around everything the company does. While a lot of the technologies announced just fade into the background of what makes every Google service work, and therefore too boring for the everyman to read about, here are the top three that we’d love to see become reality.
XIAOMI MI 11 - THE AFFORDABLE FLAGSHIP
The Xiaomi Mi 11 has all the core features of what Xiaomi wants to offer in a 2021 flagship, without some of its over-the-top features from the Mi 11 Ultra. For instance, Mi 11 doesn’t have the secondary AMOLED display, multi-point direct ToF laser focusing, or IP-rated water resistance, all of which is available on the Mi 11 Ultra.
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With not one, not two, but three Diablo games in the pipeline and well on their way to release, I don’t think I can stress this enough: it’s a fantastic time to be a fan of Blizzard’s beloved dungeon-crawler franchise. On our end, we’ve already thrown a few punches at both Immortal and D2R’s Technical Alpha sessions, and so far, we’re quite satisfied with what they’ve got on the menu.
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