1. 1. iPhone 15 Pro max feature technology; which is part of a broader shift in Google's
software development strategy.
2. The latest update to Android 7 Nougat features new hardware designs, but at the same
time goes back to its roots as an operating system designed for phones and tablets –
albeit on bigger displays called Full HD (fHD) screens.
3. In other words: it introduces more "home" UI apps that work with your phone when
you're out and about rather than just streaming content from Netflix or YouTube videos
onto your TV via Wi-Fi hotspots where they'll be played through Apple's AirPlay control
interface. What makes this approach different? You can use HomeKit directly
4. "Apple Pay" integration
5. iPhone 15 Pro max feature technology, the screen has been upgraded with an all-new
5.7-inch Quad HD panel (1240x800 pixels), and it's powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon
835 SoC in combination to boast 1.2GHz quad-core performance for hands-free use. An
augmented reality gallery is available via Samsung Assistant as well.
6. A new way of accessing Galaxy software through AndroidTM 7 Nougat OS — which
launches this fall on some devices. A bunch more goodies from our friends over at Sony
Xperia XZ Premium: Dual SIM card slot supported: One free microSD card storage
option up to 4GB resolution + one FREE
7. The battery can also be extended up by two charges with a micro USB cable (max 10%
more capacity) or one using Apple's Lightning connector on your iPhone.
8. iPhone 15 Pro max feature technology. We tested that on a range of phones at
various resolutions, with different frame rates in the same scene and from many
directions around the screen. The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus did not have anything close
to this kind of performance level: it was consistently behind iPhone 8+ as we took more
than 20 frames per second into account.