iPhone, Galaxy, and Pixel – Oh My!

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iPhone, Galaxy, and Pixel – Oh My!

S. Davis

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Shane Davis, Staff Writer

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Apple just released their new project, the iPhone 11, 11 pro, and 11 pro max. The phone comes out this September 20 and many reviews, good and bad, have also been released. Like most of Apple’s products, all of them are expensive, around the $700-$1000 range. 

Trusted Reviews have been able to see the phone and review it somewhat thoroughly. The company added their new A13 Bionic chip. It’s said to be the best for pictures, games, etc. It’s also coming out with the new IOS 13 and keeps the same 6.1 in screen as the XR. There are two 12-megapixel sensors in the back. The only difference from the iPhone XR looks wise is the 2 new cameras on the back. 

Trusted Reviews also got to try out Apple’s “new” game Pascal’s Wager. It was made and used to showcase Apple’s new chip, and they said the gameplay was skeptical and a lot like Dark Souls. The camera was changed from the original, like how we all know, to a second one for “ultra wide-angle shots and videos.”

Reviews have been mixed about this new phone, and many memes have spiraled out of the released information. The only difference between these new phones is that their bigger, for better or for worse, and as shown, the cameras.

Other new phones have been released this month as well. Samsung’s new Galaxy A90 G5, otherwise known as the Galaxy Note 10. It launched September 3rd and comes with a 6.70 in screen for 1080 by 2400 pixels. It comes with a new pen and many other accessories like a super fast charge that they claim will last for hours. It acts like a computer, gaming console and a film studio, all in one phone.

 Samsung has said that the Galaxy Note 10 has a 7 nm processor, 8 GB of ram or 12 GB of ram on the Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10+ 5G. The Galaxy Note 10 comes with 256 GB of storage and you can add 512 GB for an entire 1 TB of storage on a phone. The phone also comes with a pen, like a DS, but it slots in at the top. The pen turns your handwriting into text and notes. 

Only rumors about Google’s new Pixel 4 have been seen. There isn’t a lot of info about this phone apart from a new camera mode, specs, and a slightly smaller screen for the Pixel 4 XL. A new front camera for facial recognition, and “advanced radar sensor” as Tom’s Guide stated. The phone is expected to come out this Fall.

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