Compared to the devices we had a decade ago, smartphones have come an incredibly long way. Processors are becoming increasingly more powerful, software features like Samsung DeX allow for desktop-like experiences, and with internal storage options now reaching 512GB, there's plenty of room for just about all of your digital files.
These advancements are truly exciting to see, but even with all the progress that's being made, are we at a point where smartphones can act as our only computer?
This question was recently asked in the AC forums, and this is what our community had to say.
What about you? Is your smartphone your only computer?
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