Toronto, you’re gorgeous. Especially through the lens of the Samsung Galaxy S10+.
If summer has you looking for a new phone, and you just can’t wait for the new arrivals coming up this year, now is a great time to talk about Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is one of the smoothest smartphones I’ve ever used. The phone is fast, responsive–and dare I say, confidant–in a way that few other device manage today.
Between the camera, battery life, and the mix of features, it’s hard to top the Huawei P30 Pro. The phone is well designed, easy to use, and above all else, puts the Leica cameras and technology to great use.
For the last few days, I’ve been testing the Huawei P30 Pro, and while I’m still working on my final review, there are a number of things that stand out right away about the new smartphone.
Two hours with the new Samsung Galaxy S10+ is just about enough time to get a sense of the new smartphone, and then wish I had even more time to really test it out. First impression: it’s very impressive and opens up a lot of new options.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 phones arrive in stores this Friday, March 8 in three flavours, and they’re packed with impressive features, including an Ultra-Wide camera, Super Steady video recording, HDR10+ capabilities, and an Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor.
When the Huawei P20 Pro came out early in the year, the camera was like nothing else I’d tried before. The device features a ground-breaking and powerful trio of cameras that could capture very impressive photos, nearly as good as a DSLR. And then I got my hands on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro earlier this week, and even after hearing the buzz for the device, I was blown away by the phone.
Samsung’s phones have been some of my favorites for a long time, and the Note series stands out above all others because it’s not just versatile and easy to use, it’s also big and the S Pen is seriously useful on a daily basis. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the latest and greatest to date, and further develops one of my favorite things about the devices: the user experience.
The Google Pixel 3 is my first Pixel device, and I love it, especially because of how much it surprised me at every turn.