Chinese vendors like Oppo, Huawei, and Xiaomi are pushing the limits of what a smartphone can do. But thanks to hostile import policies and unfounded fears, US consumers are the big losers.
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Phablets are so pre-pandemic. The combination of a smaller, less-expensive smartphone and an entry-level tablet makes way more sense for practically everyone who needs an equipment upgrade in the fall of 2020.
Moving your phone service from one wireless carrier to another shouldn't be a horror show.
It's a heck of an announcement by Big Blue, and this is a heck of a list.
Dull, expensive, and lacking competition. That about sums up this year in mobile devices in a nutshell.
For Apple to lead in the 5G space, it needs Qualcomm. And it knows it.
So, you want to spend over $1,000 on a new Android or an iPhone with no next-generation wireless network? You're nuts.