Samsung isn't afraid to experiment with new concepts. Their latest is adding a curved AMOLED display on their flagship large-screened smartphone. They call this device the Galaxy Note Edge, and it's one of the more interesting devices released in 2014. It's a prototype device, but one that Samsung has put on the market to tempt consumers.
Twenty-fourteen saw mobile displays go above 1080p, ubiquitous LTE, lots of affordable devices, and more. As we now head in to 2015, it's time to make another ten predictions for what we might see in mobile computing throughout the year. Is the market set for a slowdown or will we see further noteworthy advancements? Here is our take on where we think the action will be.
Selfies are a huge trend and yet most front facing phone cameras still suck. Looking to address this problem, Microsoft's latest mid-range handset dubbed the “selfie phone,” comes with a higher resolution five megapixel front facing camera. Although the Lumia 735’s standout feature is the selfie cam, it comes packing many other features we’ve come to love from Lumias.
Like what the Xperia Z3 brings to the table but wished it was a little bit smaller? Then Sony has you covered. The Xperia Z3 Compact features a smaller 4.6-inch display and all the same goodness of its larger sibling in a more manageable body; great news for those who dislike the recent trend of massive flagships.