In an excellent choice of date, the Samsung newsroom confirms that the Note 9 will be announced at the Galaxy Unpacked Launch event in New York on August 9th. Get it? Note 9 on August 9? I KNEW YOU WOULD GET IT. If you are looking to upgrade your phone in the near future, and are considering the Note, you should probably watch this event (or wait for us to cover it in excruciating detail)
More details to come, but we are hoping to be on hand at the Barclay’s Stadium to give you live coverage of the launch announcement, much as I did for the event surrounding the LG G7 ThinQ. Stay tuned! The info on the event and how to watch is below.
On August 9, Samsung Electronics will welcome a new member to the premium Galaxy family. To celebrate the launch of the upcoming device, the company is hosting the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event on August 9, 2018. Live streaming of the event will be available at news.samsung.com/us, www.samsungmobilepress.com and www.samsung.com/us
- Event: Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED 2018
- Date/Time: Thursday, August 9, 2018 @ 11AM US EDT (Doors open at 10AM)
- Venue: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Link to the Samsung Newsroom and the announcement video can be found here.
Had a chance to spend a bit of time with this new laptop from HP – if you are looking into a new Windows machine, and are thinking about giving a Windows 10 machine a try, give this Spectre x360 video a “first look” – thanks for watching! Be sure to subscribe and let us know any questions you have in the comments below!
Storage can be a big deal for a lot of people – even when you aren’t editing and producing 4k videos. So, for a price, Samsung has a variety of solutions. If you think that you might need some more storage for files, photos, or videos of family and friends, the T5 should be on your list. There are cheaper options out there, but for a certain group of folks, the T5 is among the best available options.
Check out the video at the link above, and as always, feel free to leave us a comment here or on the channel if you have questions. Thanks for watching!
Today marked the beginning of the software focused event from Apple, targeting primarily the development community. Or at least, that’s how its been in the past, with this year’s event a bit more “community” than “developer” (or at least that’s what it seemed like to me. I was a bit underwhelmed truth be told, but here is a rough list of what I found most interesting from the keynote event that took place today.
So – we’ve got some content for you to enjoy this weekend – the video above is a quick unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy S9 – if you’ve wondered what this phone is all about, check it out and hit us with any questions in the comments.
There’s also a new episode of the ST Weekly podcast available – you can find the Silicon Theory Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, SoundCloud, and even Spotify – just search for Silicon Theory wherever you get your podcasts.
Have a great weekend everyone!
In today’s episode, I wrestle with the fact that the new Google Pixel smartphones will probably have a notched display. And I really, really, really don’t like it. To the point where I will likey (for the first time in 4 years) not purchase a new Google brand device. Watch the video and let us know what you think! Like, subscribe, and share if you enjoyed it as well. Thanks for watching!
After spending some time with the device, we now present to you our LG G7 ThinQ review. Make sure you watch and tell a friend, like and subscribe! We’ll have a follow up as our written review soon as well.
…unique. That’s the first word that would come to mind (and to that of my friend who drove so I could write this post) – After that, the decription gets a bit more complicated.
Today is the day! The newest flagship from OnePlus is here…let’s dive in and get to the details of what this new phone is all about so on the off chance you were looking, you know what to do. Carl Pei dropped a teaser at the beginning – telling us that OnePlus is going to show us not 1 but 2 new products – with the tagline of “The Speed You Need.” Let’s find out what they’ve got for us!
In information from LG this morning, it looks like we are getting closer to knowing what kind of value the new LG G7 ThinQ flagship smartphone might be. In a press released we got via email earlier today, the reported pricing is going to be set by the individual carriers, and is supposed to be “in the ballpark of [the] G6.” They also point to a linked Android Central article that cites previous carrier pricing for the the G6 (which can be found here) and that could be very good news for potential buyers. Each carrier priced the G6 between $480 (on Sprint) to $699 (at Best Buy) – but the average price was around $500-550 and if the G7 ThinQ can be had around there, it would be an excellent value.
As a reminder, AT&T will not be carrying the G7 ThinQ, so you’d only be able to purchase the phone from one of the other 3 (or 2?) carriers once its available for sale. And the rumored launch date is 06/01/18, so we shouldn’t have to wait too much longer. Let us know if you have any questions about the device in the comments down below.