The Galaxy Note 9 just recently picked up black and silver paint jobs after only blue and purple options were available at launch, continuing Samsung’s trend of releasing additional colors after the initial launch window of the phone. Now there’s another leaked render of the Note 9, but this time in a very clean looking […]
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Color coordinating things can be tough, whether you’re trying to match something for your next web project, plan on repainting a room in your house, or making a major purchase where color is a big deal. And unless you’re some kind of savant with colors, you’re going to have a bad time if you just try […]
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When it comes to smartphones, black seems to be a ubiquitous choice that spans manufacturers and models. So we will not be surprised to see the Samsung Galaxy S9 launch next year with an all black version of the smartphone. Outside of that, sources are hinting that a pleasant surprise may be in store for […]
Come comment on this article: Samsung Galaxy S9 color rumors
Ready for an interesting twist? This is the Galaxy S8 that Samsung will announce at the end of the month. An unnamed individual took multiple images of the phone in plum. Well, this could actually be just a prototype and probably is just a prototype. We say that because there’s a coat of paint over […]
Come comment on this article: A leaked Samsung Galaxy S8 shows plum color
Researchers at E Ink Holdings have developed a new technique that could lead to e-ink displays with better color reproduction. Better yet, it’s got none of the downsides associated with color e-ink displays currently on the market.
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Imagine if instead of pulling your phone out to look at a notification you could just look at your sleeve? These color-changing threads, developed by researchers at UC Berkeley, could one day make that a reality.
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