How do you connect your Note 8 to your car, for listening to music or taking calls? There a multitude of different ways, so let’s walk through them. We’ll start with the most elegant options, and move into increasing esoteric ways of connecting up your car and phone. Let’s get started!
Mobile data is tricky. Whenever you run out, there’s this sense of betrayal: “Which one of you apps did this?!” Finding the culprit can be tricky, but Google just released a new tool called Datally that should make things easier. Here’s what you need to know.
The OnePlus 5T is a technological marvel, offering the same all-screen design as the iPhone X and Note 8 at a fraction of the price. However, its built-in speakers are weedier than ever; if you’re in your car then you can do far better! Here’s how to connect the OnePlus 5T to your car stereo, including both wired and wireless options. Let’s get right into it.
The OnePlus 5T looks like the best OnePlus phone in a long time, with a screen that rivals the iPhone X and Galaxy Note 8 at less than half the price. That fives you plenty of extra cash left over to keep your 5T safe, so take a look at five of our favourite cases as the phone is released!
It’s a fact: phone speakers are rubbish. As phones have gotten smaller, their speakers have become correspondingly tinier over time, reducing their maximum volume and losing bass, richness and clarity. That’s lead to the rise of Bluetooth speakers, which offer much bigger and better sound. There are now dozens of Bluetooth speakers on the market, but most of them are pretty fragile and best used in the safety of your home. It’s rare to find a speaker that is tough enough to survive elsewhere, whether that’s properly out in nature, at a music festival or just in your back garden. That’s where the Olixar ToughBeats comes in — this speaker is armoured to resist dust, mud, rain and other environmental hazards. It’s highly rated by Mobile Fun customers, and best of all it’s cheap too. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?