Garmin announced its latest vivoactive 5 featuring a lightweight design with an anodized aluminum bezel and the same high-end avtivity tracking that Garmin is known for. Vivoactive 5 features a 1.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen with 390 x 390px resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The watch weighs just 23 grams and is 5 ATM waterproof. The newest vivoactive member can track your heart rate, blood oxygen, stress and sleep. Sleep tracking comes with personalized sleep insights and nap tracking. The watch supports over 30 sport-tracking apps with on-board GPS. Vivoactive 5 also...
A week ago we saw CAD-based renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A05s, which showed a triple camera – don’t get too excited, it’s just a 50+2+2MP setup. Now an image (which might be from the manual) shows that its sibling, the Galaxy A05, will have only two cameras (as we’ve seen in spy shots before). Both phones are expected to have 50MP sensors in the main. As for the second camera on the A05, it’s probably a 2MP helper (most likely a depth sensor, but possibly a macro cam). This was the case with the A04 and A04s from last year too. Another difference between the 2022 models is...
Panasonic has replaced its flagship travel compact camera, the Panasonic TZ30 (known as the Panasonic ZS20 in the US) with the Panasonic T[……]
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Panasonic is replacing its headlining compact camera for travellers, the 14.1 megapixel Panasonic TZ30 (ZS20 in the US) with the Panasonic[……]
Sony has been hard at work pushing its high-end Xperia Z, but that’s not stopped it quietly crafting a superb-looking and hard-working handset.
Sony is going all out with the bigger brother to the Xperia Z, offering a host of top end specs to convince iPad- and Nexus-lovers to look again.