Yesterday, the US FAA told Gizmodo it was “working on guidance” concerning Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 amid reports of the devices exploding when charged, but at least one Australian airline appears to have already taken action, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Two things became apparent after the end of the Autumn 2016 Smartphone Glut. One: Android is still a second-class citizen when it comes to gaming, and two: smartphones are in a ridiculously boring place.
Deciding between the SE and the S7 is like comparing, well, apples with marshmallows. Looking at size and price alone you’ve clearly got two very different smartphones to choose from, but there are some similarities, too. So which one is for you? That depends on what you are looking for.