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Galaxy S20 FE or iPhone 12? You can't go wrong either way

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Best of Android From $700 at Amazon Pros Fluid 120Hz AMOLED display Snapdragon 865 with 5G connectivity Same 12MP camera as regular S20 IP68 dust and water resistance 15W wireless charging Three Android version updates Cons Polycarbonate back No 3.5mm headphone jack Thanks to outstanding hardware and great value, the Galaxy S20 FE is one of the best Android phones you can buy today. Samsung nailed the basics here, with the phone offering a 120Hz AMOLED panel, the same primary camera as the Galaxy S20, IP68 rating, wireless charging, and all-day battery life. iPhone 12 Best of iOS From $799 at Apple Pros Gorgeous OLED panel Fastest internal hardware available today One of the nicest iPhone designs ever Five years of guaranteed updates Excellent cameras MagSafe has tons of potential Cons 60Hz panel with wide cutout No charger in the box Still uses Lightning Even if iOS isn't your cup of tea, there's no denying jus

The Pixel 5 and iPhone 12 mini both cost $700 — which one should you buy?

Best Pixel ever Google Pixel 5 $700 at Amazon Pros Compact size with a big screen 90Hz refresh rate Excellent battery life Top-notch camera quality Three years of software updates Cons Weak stereo speakers Doesn't have Wi-Fi 6 Google's Pixel phones have always been good, but the Pixel 5 is the first one to be amazing in just about every way. The 6-inch display looks great, and thanks to slim bezels, the Pixel 5 remains very compact. The Snapdragon 765G allows for great performance, camera quality is among the best you can find, and battery life is fantastic. It's also the better deal, offering twice the storage for the same price as the iPhone. Tiny treasure iPhone 12 mini From $699 at Apple Pros One of the smallest phones in years Crisp OLED display Blazing-fast performance Unmatched video recording Updates for 5+ years Cons Same price for less storage Just OK battery life This year's cheapest iPhone

AC Podcast 497: iPhone 12 vs. Pixel 5 Cameras; OnePlus; Foldables

Daniel and Hayato welcome special guest Raymond Wong of Input for an in-depth conversation about iPhone 12 and his direct comparison to the Google Pixel camera system. There's also a segment about OnePlus. The underdog has historically placed customers and value first, but some of their decisions have made us wonder if they are losing their way. Foldable phones partially serve as a new product category. Rectangular slabs will still be around for quite awhile, but they are making mobile devices a lot more interesting. And they're definitely starting to justify their existence. Listen now Subscribe in Pocket Casts: Audio Subscribe in Spotify: Audio Subscribe in iTunes: Audio Subscribe in RSS: Audio Download directly: Audio Links: Raymond Wong๐Ÿ“ฑ๐Ÿ’พ๐Ÿ“ผ (@raywongy) / Twitter iPhone 12 and 12 Pro review: Virtually flawless iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12: Release date, price, features, and more | iMore iPhone 12 Pro: Release date, price, and everything you need to kno

iPhone 12 'a step behind' Android competition in 5G battery tests

The impact of 5G was also shown when compared to last year's 4G iPhone 11. What you need to know Tom's Guide has put the iPhone 12 through its paces in a new battery test. Unfortunately, the iPhone 12 seems to lag behind some of its Android competitors when it comes to 5G. Testing also revealed just how big an impact 5G will have on performance compared to last year. Testing of Apple's new iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro has revealed that it may lag behind competing Android devices when it comes to battery life whilst using 5G. Fresh test results from Tom's Guide have brought the issue to light. From their report: We've run the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro through our battery test, and the results don't bring the best news. Compared to the Android competition, Apple's new phones are a step behind those devices on our best phone battery life list, especially over 5G networks. Here's how the Tom's Guide battery test works. It surfs the web

Google Pixel 4a 5G vs. iPhone 12 mini: Which should you buy?

Such a good deal Google Pixel 4a 5G $499 at Amazon Pros Excellent performance for the price Consistently great cameras Reliable battery life Has a 3.5mm headphone jack Much more affordable Cons No water resistance Doesn't have wireless charging The Pixel 4a 5G has an odd existence between the regular Pixel 4a and Pixel 5, but there's no denying how much value it brings to the table. Its Snapdragon 765G is a very capable chipset, battery life is great, and you get the same excellent Pixel camera experience you've come to expect. At just $499, it's a fantastic value. Tiny powerhouse iPhone 12 mini From $699 at Apple Pros It's so small! A14 Bionic chip is insanely powerful Very capable cameras IP68 dust/water resistance Qi and MagSafe charging Cons Still uses proprietary Lightning charging Higher price If you want the newest iPhone while spending as little as possible, this year's "affordable" model is the iPhone

iPhone 12 May Launch Earlier Than Usual in South Korea

The upcoming iPhone 12 lineup may launch earlier than usual in South Korea, reports The Korea Herald . South Korean telecoms firms speaking to The Korea Herald have said that the ‌iPhone 12‌ lineup will launch ahead of its usual schedule. Normally, the release of new iPhones in South Korea comes about one month after launch in the United States. Last year, the iPhone 11 arrived in South Korea on October 25, considerably later than its September 20 launch in the U.S. South Korea was the first to commercialize 5G telecommunications in April 2019, and as of July this year, the country already has almost eight million 5G users. South Korea is expected to be a key market for Apple since the ‌iPhone 12‌ lineup will be the first with 5G, so this may explain the earlier launch. Crucially, the ‌iPhone 12‌ Pro Max may be the first smartphone available in South Korea to support the high-frequency 28GHz band for 5G communications, making it considerably more appealing to those with acces

iPhone 12 Dummy Unit Images Feature iPad Pro-Style Design

Leaker Sonny Dickson has today shared several images depicting what he claims are dummy units of Apple's upcoming iPhone 12 lineup. Images of iPhone dummy units usually appear every year, just a few months ahead of Apple's usual September-October launch timeframe. They are usually based on CAD schematics sourced from the Chinese supply chain, much like the molds leaked last week . Such dummies are often used to aid case-makers before the official reveal. The images mostly conform with details we already know, with the device sporting an iPad Pro-style design with flat edges. Apple is expected to launch four iPhones this year, across three sizes of 5.4, 6.1, and 6.7 inches. Dickson's images give a clear comparison of the three new sizes. The camera setups, however, do not mirror what is expected. Previous leaks have largely agreed that the two ‌iPhone 12‌ models in 5.4 and 6.1 inches will have dual camera setups, while the two ‌iPhone 12‌ Pro models in 6.1 a

Top Stories: Apple Glass and iPhone 12 Rumors, iOS 13.5 Update, and More!

It was another big week for rumors this week, with a flurry of reports about Apple's augmented reality glasses, the iPhone 12, and Apple's "AirPods Studio" over-ear headphones. This week also saw the release of iOS 13.5, bringing a number of health-related updates to Apple's mobile devices. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Other topics of interest this week included our look at Comply's replacement foam ear tips for the AirPods Pro, and some signs that existing supplies of the HomePod may be shrinking, suggesting we may be getting closer to the release of an update or a rumored lower-cost model. Read on below and click on the video above for a full recap of this week's biggest stories! 'Apple Glass' Rumored to Start at $499, Support Prescription Lenses, and More Following last week's rumor from Ming-Chi Kuo about Apple's augmented reality glasses potentially launching in 2022, we've seen a flurry of

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