The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is the first HDR-ready tablet, features a fashionable all-glass design and includes a comfy stylus. It's definitely gunning for the iPad's crown. Its specs also seem promisingly speedy, but we'll have to wait until we test it ourselves to see if it's a true contender. The tablet will run $600 in the US and goes on sale March 24. Samsung has finally dished the details on how much the Galaxy Tab S3 will cost and when you'll be able to buy it. The 9.7-inch tablet will be available on March 24 for $600 -- preorders on Best Buy, Amazon and Samsung's website start today. (UK and Australian pricing was not available at the time of posting, but for comparison, the iPad Pro 9.7 starts at £549 or AU$849.).
Not only did the Google Pixel (and its larger counterpart, Pixel XL) impress us with its polished design and helpful Assistant software, but it also blew us away with its camera, To test out how well it took photos, I took it out for a call me old fashioned print,bardecorations,party print,printable art,alcohol gift,old fashioned,home iphone case whirl around San Francisco, All shots were taken in HDR+Auto mode at full resolution, None of the pictures have been edited or cropped, If you want to see how well the camera did against the Apple iPhone 7 Plus (another phone with a superb camera) check out our photo shootout and video comparison here..
Editors' Note: This gallery was originally published on October 16, 2016 and has been updated. Lots of natural sunlight and interesting scenery made this photo a breeze to capture. For more about the camera, read CNET's explainer on how Google hopes to woo photography enthusiasts with the Pixel. In this closeup shot, the small leaves in this plant are well defined and sharp. Again, the camera is set with HDR+Auto mode on. To see why the Pixel's HDR mode is unique, check out our deep dive here. Though you can't really tell, this taco shop was dimly lit, though there was light coming in from the open door behind me.
If you want to know how to get the most out of your the handset's camera, check out CNET's eight essential Pixel camera tips, Unsurprisingly, this basset hound was a slow mover, so it wasn't difficult to snap a good sharp shot, This bar scene was taken at night, and call me old fashioned print,bardecorations,party print,printable art,alcohol gift,old fashioned,home iphone case it was extremely dark, The Pixel managed to brighten up the environment a lot, and you can even see some details in the framed photos in the background, The camera was able to capture the subtle nuances in the different shades of grey yarn, At full resolution, you can also see the detail in the fibers, I touch focused the camera at the center of the frame, so the edges are a little blurred to the left..
Here, the front-facing camera is used in a dimly lit restaurant. Aside from brightening up the scene, the lens is also wide enough to fit a lot of content in the frame. The camera was able to capture the fine detail of the pine cone. It's hard to tell, but I took this photo at night with little light around me. Though there is a lot more digital noise, this is still a clear shot. Another easy scene in broad daylight, but the HDR rendering does give it a surreal, artificial look. This photo was taken in a dimly lit restaurant, but you can still see the fine detailing in every chip and tomato chunk.