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How To Make the Most of Extra Screen Time

These days, it goes almost without saying that anyone with a smartphone spends quite a bit of time on it. Smartphones have become nearly everyone's go-to way to kill extra downtime at work or make that time spent waiting in line at their favorite coffee shop a little less boring. That said, whether you use yours mostly for communicating with family and friends or keeping up with the daily news, you probably spend over three hours every day on your phone. However, you can only waste so many hours playing Angry Birds before you're chomping at the bit for something more enriching to try. The following options are some great ideas for making more of your smartphone screen time.

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Samsung is developing 1TB storage chips for smartphones

Looks like we’re one step closer to getting phones with 1TB storage capacities. Samsung has just announced it’s going to begin offering the first 1TB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) solution for smartphones, allowing 1TB of storage in a single flash memory chip. Mass production of the new storage chips are already on its way. It has the same package size as Samsung’s 512GB unit but has read speeds of up to 1,000 megabytes a second, which Samsung says is 10 times the speed of a typical microSD card. Right now, Samsung’s option of bringing 1TB storage into a phone was with the Galaxy Note9 support a 512GB microSD card, which can be used alongside the 512GB model. With this new chip though, users will have 1TB onboard already. Some are speculating this could make its way into the rumoured high-end model of the S10, which is said to also have 12GB of RAM.

Source: The Verge


Photos show Apple’s influence over Android phone design

Whether you have strong feelings for or against Apple, you can’t deny the influence the Cupertino-based tech giant has on the smartphone industry. This collection of photos shared by Reddit user u/Saim_Ray010 shows the shift in smartphone design before and after Apple released the original iPhone as well as before and after the iPhone X. You can see the lack of a coherent design language from brands before Apple put out its first phone as well as how many notched Android phones showed up after Apple popularized the notch. Some will argue that Apple wasn’t the first—with Sharp and Essential beating the company to the punch. But the brand certainly exercises a bigger influence on the industry as these images prove.


Huawei surpasses Apple in global smartphone market share for Q2 2018

Power Trio: The Huawei P20 Pro Review

Huawei had a great second quarter for 2018. Data coming from IDC and Canalys show the Chinese tech company surpassing Apple and taking second place when it comes to the number of smartphones shipped worldwide. Huawei has shipped over 54 million handsets for Q2 2018 compared to the 41.3 million iPhones from Apple. Samsung is at number one with 73 million units shipped. According to the press release from IDC, “The arrival of Huawei in the second position marks the first quarter since 2Q10 where Apple has not been the number one or two smartphone company in terms of market share.”

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