Julian Chokkattu

Julian Chokkattu

Julian is the mobile and wearables editor at Digital Trends, covering smartphones, fitness trackers, smartwatches, and more. He began his career in journalism as the news editor of his college newspaper, and then worked at TechCrunch writing about startups. Julian has reviewed dozens of phones, tablets, and wearables for several years, and still isn't tired of it. He's traveled to select cities in the U.S. to test 5G, and he's seasoned at covering major events like Google I/O and Apple's WWDC. He's also an avid photographer.

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Here's what we think after a weekend with Samsung's giant Galaxy Note 10 Plus

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus is here, and it’s the biggest and best Samsung phone ever. Its key feature is its looks, as it has an attractive rear design, highlighted by the new Aura Glow color, but little else has changed.
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The Motorola One Action’s wide-angle camera is the bane of vertical videos

Motorola’s latest phone is called the Motorola One Action, and it wants to end vertical videos once and for all. The unique action camera lets you film in portrait orientation, yet still captures landscape footage.
Mobile

Samsung said the new Galaxy Note 10 was made of stainless steel. It’s not

A Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus promotional video -- seen by almost 3 million people -- claimed the new phones have stainless steel frames, like Apple's flagship iPhones. The problem? They don't.
Mobile

How to navigate with the AR mode in Google Maps to find your way

Got turned around? Not sure which direction to head? Google Maps now has an augmented reality (AR) mode that lets you use your phone's camera to find which way to go. It's available on several Android phones and iPhone devices.
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At just over two pounds, the Galaxy Book S is a marvel to hold (and behold)

Samsung’s successor to the Galaxy Book 2 is the Galaxy Book S, a super lightweight Windows laptop that’s powered by a Qualcomm processor. It has a 1080p touchscreen, a modern and sleek design, and there’s LTE connectivity so you can…
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Sprint and OnePlus are bringing a 5G phone to the U.S. soon

Sprint and OnePlus are working together to bring a 5G smartphone to the U.S. It will be the fourth 5G product available on the carrier. OnePlus already has a 5G phone in other parts of the world.