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But you’d do well to get past the assumption that the pen makes it a dated PDA-style device because this is way more than a stylus.
Sure, you can use it as a stylus (and with on-board sketching apps and live note functionality, it’s pretty great), but the pen also employs some side-pressed buttons and an offscreen sensor function that lets you hover the pen over the device to pop menus and interact with apps in really unique, intuitive ways.
It needs a USB connection between the system and the mobile phone, allowing you to download, aside from the newer firmware (if one is available) the user's manual for your device.
The application automatically identifies the handheld and displays the information in the main window, including country, model, and version.
There is, of course, the requisite wide color display, 3D touch technology and everything else listed for the 8.
If you can tear your eyes away from all those specs, there’s also an impressive set of other features.
For starters, Apple has found a way to truly revolutionize even the unlock phase of the phone by removing the need for a fingerprint sensor and employing face recognition.
It's splash, dust and water-resistant, and operates on an A11 Bionic chip at 64 bits. More » If you’ve been paying any attention to Samsung in the last year, it will probably come as no surprise that Samsung’s newest flagship phone, the Galaxy S8, had a lot of prove when it was released in April 2017.
It comes in 64GB or 256GB capacities and has a fingerprint sensor, 4K video recording (with impressive stabilization), a 7MP front-facing cam for Facetiming and selfies and insanely fleshed out photo details. In short, this phone takes everything about the i Phone 7 and updates it just enough to be worth the trade-in. Thankfully, the Galaxy S8 is a far cry from Samsung’s phones of the past and sets a new standard for Android phones of all brands.