New mobile phones are the rage, so if you can afford them then why not. Some of their features are cutting edge.
Google Pixel 7 Pro
There are few phones that can compete with the Pixel 7 Pro when it comes to photography. That should come as no surprise, really: Google’s line-up of handsets has been lauded for their camera capabilities since the first model launched almost ten years ago. But the Cali tech giant continues to innovate, and the Pixel 7 Pro's triple rear system boasts some brilliant new shooting modes. Best amongst them is Macro Focus, which allows you to zoom in extremely close to objects; the high-definition magnification is made possible by a new telephoto lens, and it’s very impressive indeed. Then there’s the tried-and-tested features that Pixel users have been banging on about for years, like the superior night-shooting functions, as well as Google Lens, the visual search tool which allows you to identify different anything and just about everything by taking a shot and letting the AI do its work.
Nothing Phone (1)
Fashion has been dragged kicking and screaming to the early 2000s, so it was only a matter of time before the tech world followed suit. Reminiscent of the translucent case designs of third-party N64 controllers and iMac G3s, tech brand Nothing’s new mid-range smartphone lives up to its name: the USP being that it’s a see-through device, crafted with sturdy Gorilla Glass, that allows you to look at the machine’s inner workings. Over 9000 LED lights – which the brand calls a ‘Glyph Interface’ – communicate notifications, battery status and incoming calls through a series of patterns, and everything is geared up to be as unobtrusive as possible. We’re used to do-it-all smartphones that attempt to keep you scrolling, tapping and consuming for as long as possible, but the Nothing Phone (1) aims to cultivate a more mindful approach to phone use and life in general. The display is vivid, the dual-camera impressive and the battery-charge fast, while the Android interface is as cleanly designed as you’d expect.
However, new model phones could present problems as they are new to market. Yes, they are tested for quality control, but unless you use one regularly it involves risk. Often, it makes sense to buy a used one which hasn’t worn out, and you can often save a ton of money.
Doji is a high-tech firm that source quality mobiles for market users in the United Kingdom. They have a 52-step verification process. This means getting the chance to acquire a virtually new phone for a fraction of the price of a new one.
Additionally, owners can pass on their used devices for a fair price which means they won’t lose out, and to the contrary receive a further discount against the virtually new mobile they are purchasing.
This philosophy is state-of-the-art technology which Doji is always improving. They dispatch quickly and efficiently to keep customers content with a real sense of achievement.
Impressively, Doji won the Mobile Industry 2022 Award, as Start-up of the year. Their innovative methods to serve the general population with top-notch devices is second-to-none.
Now Doji is launching in Brazil. The company will be participating at the biggest tech summit for the first time outside of Europe in Rio de Janeiro; Rio Tech Summit from 1st until the 4th May. From there on operations will be underway, so spread the word.
Doji staff are a leading bunch of designers and tech savvy performers who are passionate about the firm, and this means there is nothing to lose, and everything to gain.
Keep an eye out for them!
Have a truly excellent day!
Prof. Carl Boniface
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