Are you ready to rock? I said, are you ready to rock?! Then put your hands together for the Marshall London, the first smartphone from the legendary audio manufacturer. The London is a 4.7-inch 4G LTE phone, packed with musical features. The body is a textured, rubberised case somewhere between an amp case and a tyre. The volume control is a scroll wheel, clad in old-school brass. Set into the black body, the brass fittings hark back to the style of classic Marshall amps. Music is so important the London boasts two headphone jacks and a dedicated brass button to launch your music player of choice, called the M Button.
You can choose from various music players at the touch of a button, the phone supporting assorted lossless audio formats, When the second headphone is plugged in the onscreen volume control allows you to adjust the volume for each listener separately, Camera features include an 8-megapixel rear shooter and a 2-megapixel front-facing insignia - protective case for apple iphone xr - pink/clear camera, The removable 2,500mAh battery may not be the beefiest but it's pretty metal, Software features include a global equalizer for customising your sound settings..
Asus isn't a big name in phones, but we always appreciate seeing the company's many variations on its phones. Although it didn't announce a new phone for the show, we got a chance to get to know these current handsets. Here, for example, we have the ZenFone 2 (R). Its 3x optical zoom is what really makes this almost more camera than phone. A dual-LED front-facing flash is extremely rare on a phone. See more in our hands-on with the Asus ZenFone Selfie. This variation uses lasers to focus its 13-megapixel camera.
The South Korean company on Thursday teased what appeared to be a big-screen tablet or a 2-in-1 device called the Galaxy View, The brief video -- which came at the end of a press conference here detailing Samsung's new wearable, the Gear S2 smartwatch -- insignia - protective case for apple iphone xr - pink/clear said, "Start with the limits, Then push them."That was it, Samsung said it will provide a closer look in October, Rival Apple, meanwhile, reportedly has plans to show off a large-screen tablet of its own, dubbed the iPad Pro, during an event next week, That device is expected to have a 12.9-inch screen..
The tablet market has been having a tough time lately. Sales of Apple's iPad have fallen year over year for six straight quarters, and Samsung's sales have also struggled. Research firm IDC last month forecast that tablet shipments worldwide will decline 8 percent this year. Tablets were the hot market just a few years ago, but interest has waned with the industry offering few reasons to upgrade. Consumers have been holding onto their older tablets or have been opting for bigger-screen smartphones.
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