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Microsoft just announced the new Surface Duo 2 with significant updates in areas where the original Duo fell flat. It now sports the latest specs, offers the same dual-screen experience, and also starts $100 more than last year's model.
The first generation of OnePlus phones with Hasselblad branding come with software enhancements and with this latest update we see another fun and creative feature as a result of the partnership.
While Samsung leads the charge in the foldable space, TCL is making strides to offer affordable alternatives for consumers. It made the business decision to hold off on a 2021 release for several reasons, but its prototype looks compelling.
Last year ZTE released the Axon 20 with the world's first under display camera. This year we see improvement in hiding the camera under the display with similar selfie performance.
Samsung's newest foldable phones are a marvel of engineering and they are expensive with prices starting at $1,000 and $1,800. Speck released a new case to protect your investment from drops while still showing off the phone.
InvisibleShield screen protectors for Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3: Keep your cover display free of scratches
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 both have touch-sensitive cover displays that are always exposed and susceptible to scratches and breakage. ZAGG's InvisibleShield products use D3O technology to protect these displays.
Fitbit revealed its most capable health and fitness tracker with the Charge 5. In addition, Fitbit Premium's new Daily Readiness Score will help you fully understand your potential to succeed.
Coros Vertix 2 announced: New adventure watch with improved GPS, onboard music, and extreme battery life
Coros sets the bar for battery life on GPS sports watches and the newest Vertix 2 continues to push this metric further. In addition, accurate GPS tracking, onboard music, and more health metrics makes it way to this GPS adventure watch.
Samsung is one of the major competitors in the wearable space. Still, in 2021 it partnered with Google while also incorporating its own Exynos chip to power two new Galaxy Watch 4 devices.