I’m not sure if you’re aware but I broke my phone. I’m not sure if it was just me or if it was a particular turkey because since I got it the USB port always felt a bit bad and loose. Anyway, after dealing with Samsung on Wednesday (sorry guys, great phones but your customerContinue reading “Of new phones and Nexdocks”
I captured this in manual mode on my Galaxy Note 20 Ultra as automatic mode just wasn’t doing it justice (see below). I think I got the colours pretty close to what you could actually see visually.
An absolutely beautiful sunset captured using my a Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This photo was taken using the 108 megapixel mode and so zooming in on the original renders far more detail than I could believe.
I’ve been working on a property in Gainsborough. Nothing too special about it, except the top bedroom on the front which has this great view of the River Trent and North Nottinghamshire area.
So I’ve had the Nexdock a few days now, and I suppose you’re all gagging to know what I think of it? Well first things first – it is very important to remember that the Nexdock does not have an OS as such. If you are buying one because you think it’s a laptop thenContinue reading “A few days with the Nexdock”
I didn’t make it totally obvious but I got a new phone on Tuesday. A Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Initial reactions? The most obvious change from the Note 10 is the total 180 flip of the design. The buttons move from the left hand side of the chassis across to the right hand side.Continue reading “The Galaxy Note 20. The first few days.”
I was rather surprised to receive a notification on my phone saying I was entitled to an upgrade. It surprised me as I’ve only had my phone for 12 months! Upon contacting my provider it was indeed correct! I can only assume that with the size of my monthly bills they want to keep me.Continue reading “I got a new phone.”