For most of us, our smartphone has become an essential part of our everyday life: it has replaced our alarm clocks, CD players and navigation systems and changed they way we communicate. Unfortunately, not only the popularity of the devices has increased rapidly but also their prices. Not everyone can afford the latest phones or wants to spend all of their savings on one but luckily, we found some great deals for this month. Read on to find out more!
Smartphones, have become our everyday companions. None of us leave the house without them. For many people, keeping up with the smartphone trend is very important, but that has its price. The average smartphone now costs over £400, so for most people, smartphones are made to last. In December, Xiaomi announced the Redmi 5, promising that it would be a modern full screen mobile phone for a small price. Read to find out if the Xiaomi Redmi 5 might be the right phone for you!
We have all experienced this problem. It's simple, really. We have smartphones, we have cameras. Just point and shoot, right? Well, it's not always so easy. Often it's not the phone camera itself, but the user. Today we are going to look at a few tips and tricks to help you get the best out of your mobile camera and really shoot better videos with your smartphone. Ready?
We found the cheapest smartphone in the world: the Freedom 251. This phone costs a total of 3 Euros. Don’t believe us? Keep reading and let us know what you think! If you’re in need of a cheap phone to go on vacation with and don’t care about losing, you’ve just found the perfect device.
Looks like a cheaper iPhone, doesn’t it? That’s the best part!
As of late, smartphones have begun looking alike, with smooth metal exteriors and essentially the same internal specifications. To get ahead of and to differentiate themselves from the competition, some smartphone manufacturers have begun to adapt. Making innovative products is an important part of every market, especially the mobile phone market, and these companies have recently created phones that have brand new features:
The Moto Z is made entirely of aluminum and has a modular design, meaning that different accessories can be attached to the device to add functionality!
For example, if you’re running out of battery, you can easily attach a module to the phone to extend your phone’s life.
Ever since you were a child, you’ve been told that everything you touch has germs on it. From the pole grips on the subway to stairway handles, it’s guaranteed that you will get someone’s or something’s germs on your hands. Strangely enough, we never think about just how dirty our smartphone is. We use it everyday and everywhere; at work, at school, on the train, on the toilet, and yet we never consider the fact that the things we touch on a daily basis make our smartphone almost as dirty as any object in a public place.
A recent study from London has shown that roughly 1 out of every 6 smartphones has some type of fecal matter on it, probably from the use of your smartphone in the toilet. In addition, the average smartphone contains almost 18 times as many germs as any normal flush handle in the bathroom. And roughly 80 percent of anything we touch during the day can be found on our smartphone screens. So how does our smartphone get this dirty and what is the best possible way to disinfect them?