The iPhone XR is a pure technological gem available at a slightly more affordable price than its XS and XS MAX counterparts. With 3GB of RAM and an Apple A12 Bionic processor, its performance is on par with the best smartphones on the market. Its 6.1″ LCD screen offers excellent resolution. The 12 Mpx main camera produces high-quality photos and includes FaceID technology, which enables facial recognition for enhanced security.
Smartphone design is now boiling down to something as mundane as “the notch”. 15 years ago, I doubt we could have imagined that an inch or so of screen real estate would be the occasion for heated debates among people more likely to be accountants or gossip journalists than industrial product designers. It seems ridiculous if you go back to 2007, and remember that smartphones use to look like this:
It’s signed, sealed, and delivered: the year 2019 marks the arrival of screens that you can actually fold! At the CES consumer technology conference, held in Las Vegas at the beginning of January, it’s all anyone was talking about (well, that and 5G…). This flexible technology applied to screens has already been released in China and the United States, and is poised to hit Europe this year. Mind-bending, isn’t it?
Nokia has many fans all over the world who are going to be thrilled to hear that the famous Finnish brand will be breaking new ground in early 2019. In fact, the Nokia 9 PureView is likely to be officially released prior to the Mobile World Congress (held in Barcelona from February 25 to 28). It boasts no fewer than 5 cameras. That takes guts!
“Netflix and Chill” – these words just about sum up our winter evenings and Sundays on the couch 😉 In most cases, there’s usually just one person who picks up the tab while everyone gets to enjoy the platform, am I right? If you missed out on these gems from 2018, there’s still time to catch up. . . Back Market gives you the best series to binge-watch on long winter evenings.