Samsung has taken the top spot for mobile phone activations in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2018, according to the latest consumer report. But Apple maintains first place for brand loyalty among customers.
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Phones these days have replaced many of the most commonly used portable appliances from the late 20th century. It’s pretty incredible how something that’s small enough to fit in your pocket has, for the most part, replaced cameras, camcorders, radios, paper maps, GPS devices, voice recorders, newspapers, credit cards — really, the list just goes on and on. However, 360-degree video cameras are not on that list, so if you aspire to shoot some quality 360-degree video, you’ll need to purchase a separate device. Read More
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Strange name. Great case.
It’s not often that a case speaks to me, but when the Galaxy S9 was unveiled in Barcelona and the beautifully-lit, cavernous demo area was opened up, I was almost (almost!) as intrigued by the first-party accessories as the phone itself. And I was not disappointed.
Not too long ago, when we learned that Galaxy S9 sales haven’t been very good so far, we told you to wait on buying the phone because better deals would soon be available from Samsung and its partners. It looks like we didn’t have to wait too long at all for one such sale to come along.
You can score a Galaxy S9 for $350 less than the sticker price right now, without having to trade in your old phone. Going for the bigger Galaxy S9+ gets you an extra $100 in savings. Of course, it’s not all great news because there are definitely caveats.