Twitter is making it easier for users to keep on tweeting even when they have a poor data connection. The company today unveiled its new Twitter Lite web app, which is optimized to deliver a smooth and snappy experience over slow and spotty connections. You can access it in your browser, so you don’t even needRead the full article…The post Twitter Lite keeps you tweeting over bad data connections appeared first on Cult of Android.
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At least one early prototype of the Galaxy S8 featured dual camera lenses just like the iPhone 7 Plus. A leaked photo reveals Samsung stacked one camera module on top of the other, rather than side by side — but obviously decided against this design for the final model. The iPhone 7 Plus’s dual cameraRead the full article…The post Galaxy S8 prototype ripped off iPhone 7 Plus’s dual camera appeared first on Cult of Android.
Windows can no longer claim the crown as the most popular operating system on the internet thanks to the rise of smartphones. During the month of March, Microsoft finally saw its share of worldwide OS internet get eclipsed by Google’s Android operating system, marking the first time a mobile OS is more popular than theRead the full article…The post Android squeaks past Windows to become internet’s most popular OS appeared first on Cult of Android.
Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 is the world’s first smartphone to offer Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. It’s faster and more reliable than the Bluetooth 4.2 technology currently found in today’s flagship devices — including iPhone 7 — and it can stream audio to two sets of wireless headphones or speakers simultaneously. Whether you use Android or you’reRead the full article…The post Galaxy S8 is world’s first phone with Bluetooth 5.0 appeared first on Cult of Android.
Samsung just barely took the wraps off its new Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphone this morning, but famous YouTube Casey Neistat already managed to get his hands on the sleek new device and we gotta say, it makes the iPhone look old. In his new vlog, Neistat goes hands-on with the S8 and S8+ andRead the full article…The post Hands on: Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 vs the iPhone 7 appeared first on Cult of Android.
Samsung delivered the Galaxy S8 series today, and it’s everything fans hoped it would be. Its gorgeous curved glass form factor packs the latest specifications, stunning Infinity Displays, and features like iris scanning. But how do the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ stack up against iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus? It’s no surprise SamsungRead the full article…The post How the Galaxy S8 stacks up against iPhone 7 appeared first on Cult of Android.
Samsung today unveiled its stunning new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, setting a high bar for this year’s iPhone refresh. The Android flagship is packed with impressive features and stellar specifications, and it sports a gorgeous curved glass design with an edge-to-edge Infinity Display. It’s the most impressive smartphone we’ve seen so far this year.Read the full article…The post Samsung Galaxy S8 sets a high bar for this year’s iPhone appeared first on Cult of Android.
Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have landed, and they’re by far the South Korean company’s most exciting smartphones to date. They boast stunning curved glass designs, jaw-dropping Infinity Displays, and impressive features. Here are five that we think Apple must steal for this year’s iPhone 8. As I mentioned in an earlier post aboutRead the full article…The post 5 features iPhone 8 must steal from the Galaxy S8 appeared first on Cult of Android.
Samsung has confirmed that its doomed Galaxy Note 7 is making a comeback. The South Korean company ceased production five months ago after a battery fault caused some handsets to overheat and explode. Now it has begun refurbishing some of the units that were returned with plans to sell them later. When it launched last August,Read the full article…The post Samsung’s doomed Galaxy Note 7 is making a comeback appeared first on Cult of Android.
The gap between Apple and Samsung is narrower than it has ever been, according to J.D. Power’s 2017 smartphone satisfaction rankings that have the iPhone-maker in the lead by just one point. Apple took the number one spot with a total score of 840. Meanwhile Samsung somehow crept up to the second spot with 839Read the full article…The post Samsung nearly tops Apple in J.D. Power smartphone rankings appeared first on Cult of Android.