If you want to get the most out of your smartphone, it needs to be loaded up with the best apps possible. These ones will not only help you simplify your life, but they'll help you manage your course load, too!
Samsung has introduced three new mid-range smartphones in its Galaxy A lineup, which include the A20, A50 and A70, all available now.
Samsung raised the curtain on its two newest smartphones, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+, both of which sport large displays. Staying true to their predecessors, they are designed to be premium handsets that don’t diverge very much from each other. The specs are nearly identical between them, though one is flat while the other curves.
Smartphone storage limits may be steadily creeping up, but if they still don’t feel large enough, the Leef iBridge Air provides backup in your pocket.
Student life is tough to handle, but smartphones make it just a little bit easier. They can take the edge off of your scheduling stress, help you study, and maximize your productivity, so all you need to worry about is getting to class and enjoying the college experience.
Much of the buzz from Samsung’s big reveal for its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones included new accessories designed to work in tandem with them—a new Gear 360 camera and new Gear VR headset. Plus, a new docking station rounds out an interesting mix.
Not all smartphones have slots for microSD cards, but for those that do, they can be a real storage lifeline when space on the handset itself is full.
Losing a smartphone, or having it stolen is a terrible feeling. For such a personal device, a smartphone is highly susceptible to either scenario, and as such, some precautions should be taken to mitigate the fallout from it. Each mobile platform has some form of protection in place, but they usually aren’t on by default. Here’s what you need to know and what you can do to for preparation and response.