Smartwatch designs from companies that aren’t Apple or Samsung are starting to get pretty trippy these days, with new concepts emerging that seem to have more of a science fiction provenance than a desire to simply combine the functionality of a timepiece with a connected display. We’re talking about smartwatch concepts like the one inherent in a newly published design patent from Oppo, which envisions the users strapping a small display to their wrist that unfolds and expands into a ridiculously long display that expands the screen up to 200%.
The Oppo Reno 10x Zoom’s special camera is a great reason to look closely at the phone, but what about the rest of the package? There are ups and downs, and we go into detail about them in our review.
Samsung is slowly starting to bring more of its mid-range devices to the United States. Some carriers began selling the Galaxy A50 last month, while the lower-end A10e became available from AT&T two weeks ago. If you’re a T-Mobile customer, you’ll be able to grab both the A20 and A10e starting July 26th.
The Galaxy A20 is the better-equipped of the two, sporting an Exynos 7884 system-on-a-chip, 3GB of RAM, a beefy 4,000mAh battery, and a dual-camera array (one 13MP primary, one 5MP ultra-wide). Read More
In recent weeks, Google not only killed the entry-level Celeron Pixel Slate models, but also abandoned first-party tablets for laptops. A Google Store sale on the Pixel Slate today takes $100 off across the line and throws in a free keyboard of your choice.