Posts Tagged: "smartphone review"

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LG G2 Review

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The smartphone market may be saturated with high-end devices, but on Android what “high-end” means changes practically every day. The growth in both software and hardware technology, combined with the openness of Android, has made way for some radical thinking in user interfaces, hardware frames, sensor use, and plenty more....

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Review

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o it’s been a couple weeks since I spoke about the Samsung Galaxy S4. A lot has gone down in that short time. New variants of the S4 and HTC One have been reported and seen in the wild. But the biggest news is that Samsung has been forced to...

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iPhone 5 Review

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It is the smartphone. Apple spent plenty of time and money acquiring the name, and for good reason. It’s the most well-known and, often, the most desired phone. There’s a reason it’s the “iPhone 5 review”, not “Apple iPhone 5 review”. When people who aren’t up to date on mobile technologies...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Review

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When I look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, I see a strange direction for the future. While experts have for years decried that electronics would get smaller and smaller, the reality is exactly the opposite. The biggest phone is king, and today, the biggest phone is the Note 2,...

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LG Optimus G Review

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The LG Optimus G is a tale of the most powerful Android smartphone, a re-invigoration of the South Korean tech giant that has phased in and out of smartphone manufacturing. Yet while the world gets its hands on the sleek yet remarkably large and wide handset, most US users will likely buy...

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Motorola Droid Razr M Review

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If there’s one phone that starts at the low end but provides the quality of higher-end devices, it’s the Droid Razr M from Motorola. It’s the best Android phone you can get if it’s your first smartphone because it does nearly everything that a smartphone should near to near-perfection. Hardware...

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LG Nitro HD Review

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The LG Nitro HD feels like a phone from the future. That future being about six or seven months from now, when most high-end phones are light and thin, have huge screens, and boast ultra-fast data connections. If you want a phone that won’t go obsolete overnight, this is your...

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Kyocera Echo Review

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[rating:3.5/5] For me, a full blown tablet is nice real estate wise, but it can be tedious to type on. By contrast, a smart phone is nice and handy for thumb pecking out email and posts to Facebook, but the screen is so darn small. If only there could be...