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Robert Triggs

Lead Technical Writer at Android Authority, covering the latest trends in consumer electronics and hardware. In his spare moments, you'll probably find him tinkering with audio electronics and programming.

Robert's Posts

5G specification sets 100Mbps minimum download speed

A draft specification for future 5G networks (IMT-2020) states that consumers should see data speeds of at least 100Mbps and latency less than 4ms.
by Robert Triggs1 day ago27

Google is dabbling in Chromebook hardware with the OP1 SoC

It turns out that the mysterious OP1 SoC inside Samsung's Chromebook Plus was designed by Rockchip but was certified by Google for use with Chrome OS.
by Robert Triggs1 day ago4

What to expect: Exynos 8895 vs Snapdragon 835

Qualcomm and Samsung have unveiled details about their latest mobile SoCs, so let's breakdown the differences between the Exynos 8895 and Snapdragon 835.
by Robert Triggs2 days ago37

Don’t fear Frankenstein’s Galaxy Note 7

Rumors suggest that Samsung may be preparing to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, but should we fear or embrace these Frankenstein smartphones?
by Robert Triggs3 days ago28

Dual cameras are a boon for manufacturers, but are they worth the hype?

Dual cameras are expected to appear in many more smartphones in 2017, but are the benefits for consumers really worth the extra cost?
by Robert Triggs5 days ago67

What devices are Android Authority readers using?

If you've ever wondered what hardware your fellow Android Authority readers are actually using, we've delved into the web stats to bring you the answers.
by Robert Triggs1 week ago126

What phone is “good enough” in 2017?

If you're looking for a decent smartphone that won't break the bank, here's a roundup of the hardware specifications that you should keep an eye out for.
by Robert Triggs1 week ago99

What is NFC & how does it work?

Although NFC has been around for more than a decade, only a limited number of handset make use of the technology. So what is NFC, and how does it work?
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago24

2017: the year of AMOLED, HDR, and flexy LCD displays?

These are the top trends that we can expect from AMOLED and LCD display technologies throughout 2017 and beyond.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago11

Report: For the LG G6, it was either Snapdragon 821 or wait until May-June

According to a new report, the LG G6 won't feature a Snapdragon 835 processor because the delay would simply be too great.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago59
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