The Galaxy Note 7 has finally broken cover in a new video exclusive to Mobile Fun.
In a video published yesterday, a Sina Weibo user shared their first hands-on look between the iPhone 6S and the upcoming iPhone 7. The new phone looked to be a convincing facsimile of recent leaks, with features like an enlarged rear camera, no 3.5mm port and redrawn antenna lines.
Experiencing life in slow motion is pretty cool, whether its a head of hair being softly blown in the wind, or a juicy watermelon being smashed into tasty fragments. Thanks to the improved technology inside Apple’s iPhone, you can film anything you like, and play it back at drastically slowed down speed. Much like the iPhone […]
Here we take a close look at some of the best video reviews for the LG G5, from some of the small individual YouTube vloggers to the bigger named companies like T-Mobile. Jared Busch While Jared doesn’t seem to own the actual box for the Lg G5, he makes up for it with a pretty […]
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) was first introduced in 2010, allowing phones to output high resolution (720p) video and audio to displays like TVs and monitors while being charged at the same time. Despite updates that have kept it relevant, bringing faster charging speeds and higher resolutions, its successor is already waiting in the wings.
It’s called SuperMHL, and it was first announced at CES in January this year. This week, two semiconductor companies, Lattice and MediaTek, announced the latest chapter in the continuing saga: a collaborative effort to produce reference smartphones capable of 4K video output using the recent USB-C connector.