Built with help from Huawei, it's got both devs and consumers in mind.
It's not just you paying through the nose for Samsung's latest – the estimated materials cost makes it a premium device for all.
After the success of this year's NES Mini, we'd be surprised if Nintendo didn't have a follow-up in the works.
"The most accurate but least common finger-scanning technology" could be making its way to Apple's phones.
Quark VR solution works, but it's not totally cable-free. That's not necessarily a bad thing, however...
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