Samsung proudly calls the Galaxy S6 its best smartphone to date yet for a good reason. The smartphone is better than Samsung Galaxy S5 in all key areas - chipset, display, camera, charging, speaker, and memory. Check the Infographic below!
Samsung's Galaxy S line has started off with the Samsung Galaxy S release back in 2010... And Here we are in 2015, we have the first Curved Galaxy S Smartphone, Galaxy S6.
Gathering all this in one Photo will give you a look at the Big picture of how Samsung came a long way with its technology on improving the line in the past 5 years.
The Infographic above shows how the Samsung Galaxy S line started with the OG phone sporting a 4 inch, Super AMOLED screen and powered by a 1GHz processor. The Samsung Galaxy S6 features a 5.1 inch Quad-HD Super AMOLED display, powered by a homegrown Exynos 7 Octa chipset. Along the way, the rear-facing camera has gone from 5 MP to 16 MP with OIS tech, while the RAM amount went from 1 GB to 3 GB.
SMS Text Messages was first invented in 1992. Nowadays, SMS text is a very popular thing, even if it's a regular
SMS texts or through Viber, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, iMessage ...etc. modern people are seemingly putting texting on top of all other forms of communication that their mobile gadgets are offering.
Thanks to a new Infographic by Neon SMS, we get to explore the history of texting, from the inception of the SMS to its current state. Indeed, the above-mentioned messaging services are a pretty harsh competition to regular SMS texts, but the latter are certainly here to stay. Check it out!
LG's latest flagship smartphone, the LG G4, has been official for a couple of days now, and crowds have been raving about its design and features. In its latest infographic the company has focused on the more quantifiable aspects of its latest offspring and has presented us the LG G4 by the numbers.
We know already that LG is very proud of its camera and the infographic puts a strong emphasis on its features. The quick power up time, extensive manual adjustments and bright aperture are all shown off in numbers.
The display of the G4 gets a numerical comparison to the G3, one-upping its predecessor in every aspect. The rest of the chief hardware is outlined with all three storage options (internal, microSD, and cloud) shown in brand-color digits. The removable battery is also shaping to be a key selling point as LG rarely misses to point out its advantage over the competition in this respect. Click on the Photo below to view the Full size Infographic.