The best smartphone is back with a updated design, format and speed. After the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus there has been some great reviews and some other types of feedback.
Apples new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus delivers more speed, thin and light design and the worlds greatest operating system, ios 8.
Personally I like a mobile phone to be a phone. Something easy to carry around and keep in my pocket.
For some, making the phone bigger means more strain and the hands and fingers making it harder to reach the whole iPhone display with one hand. Thus a smaller version, perhaps a maximum size of the iPhone 5s or iPhone 4s, would be nice for the next iPhone, iPhone 7.
Lately, Samsung has been producing some great compact cameras. I have tested the Canon cameras against the Samsung cameras and have been amazed at the differences.
Samsung has some really great quality cameras with metal build, amoled high resolution 3.0 display screens, optical stabilization / digital stabilization, light-weight, slim and manual controls including manual focus control.
Canon compacts produce soft edges in the frame of the picture image. Samsung on the other hand produce a crisper and more vivid image quality.
Over all, my needs are best suited with Samsung cameras until Canon gets it together. Top choices so far are the Samsung TL320 / WB1000 and Samsung TL350 / WB2000.
Great little camera for designers that need a quick and light camera to snap ideas.
The Canon Powershot 300 HS is a nifty camera for quick ease of use and those wanting a compact camera.
I give it 8 out of 10 due only to the fact it does not have full manual controls or manual focus. Also, picture quality is a bit soft around the frame of the images. Overall it’s an ok camera from Canon for under $230.