Wireless charging has long been a popular feature in smartphones, and for Samsung's recent offerings in particular. But the official Fast Charge wireless getup from Samsung has — until now — been a purely horizontal endeavor. You put your phone flat on on the charger, and it charges. And that's fine and all. But It also means your phone is at a pretty harsh angle to your eyes, and glancing down at notifications isn't all that much fun. That's where angled chargers have always had an advantage. But third-party chargers didn't always get the job done properly.
So with that we present Samsung's new angled wireless charger, debuting with the Galaxy S7. It'll work with other Samsung smartphones, of course, and the gist is the same. You place the phone on the charger, and it charges. There's a little foot on the bottom to hold things neatly in place, and the base of the charger is rubberized to keep the whole thing from moving around.
The Charge 5 is Fitbit's latest fitness tracker, and it's easily the company's best band yet. It's been updated to reflect Fitbit's new design language as seen on the Luxe, Versa 3, and Sense, and it features some of its most advanced health sensors. Even though it's Fitbit's most expensive fitness band ever, we still think you should consider this device over most Android smartwatches.
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Kena: Bridge of Spirits takes the best parts of beloved games before it to create an adventure that's a lot of fun to play. Though not perfect, it's one of the best exclusive indies to hit PS5 in a long time.
The standard strap included with the Galaxy Watch is fine, but a replacement band can offer much more customization. We compiled a list of alternative bands to switch up your style, and some are even reinforced with durable materials, so your wearable can take whatever you throw at it.