Smartphones have evolved quite a bit since the past few years. There was a time when phones with physical keyboards were considered the norm. However, that’s no longer the case with the advent of touchscreen handsets. With displays becoming larger and bigger every year, it’s nearly impossible to accommodate a physical keyboard within its exterior.
AT&T customers have it great this year. They can choose from a wide range of excellent smartphones—not to mention that AT&T plans to overhaul its prepaid plans. Besides the smartphones sold directly by AT&T, new and existing customers can also bring their own device and use them on AT&T’s network. With so many enticing devices
The BlackBerry KeyOne is a phenomenal smartphone, bringing together all the things that made BlackBerry OS great in a modern Android-based smartphone. Even though this phone sits on Android 7.0 Nougat, you still get access to great things like BlackBerry Hub, where all your communication is centralized in one spot. With it being a premium
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is considered to be the flag bearer of Android flagships today. That’s mainly because of the kind of hardware it’s packing, and also due to the fact that Samsung enjoys the reputation as one of the biggest manufacturers in the world right now. With the Galaxy S8, the company changed the