While Samsung is trying hard to show their 6 is greater than Apple’s 6, Huawei awkwardly has no problem beating its own 8 with a 7. Confused? Well, you should be, since the Honor 7 bizarrely outshines the recently unveiled P8, at least in the photography department. A bona fide imaging beast, the newest entry more »
You might be growing weary of Samsung, LG, Sony, Huawei or ZTE’s mostly unremarkable attempts at challenging , but what the mid-range mobile arena still lacks are Lollipop soldiers. Running either Android 5.0 or 5.1. Especially the latter. On that note, you should be ecstatic to hear about Boost Mobile’s $99.99 LG Tribute 2 and $149.99 more »
Nowhere near as enthralling as the G4 flagship, LG’s low to mid-end Leon still looked like it had a few things going for it when it went on sale roughly a month ago. Add (even more) extreme affordability in the equation for the next few hours, as the 4.5-inch Lollipop handheld costs a ridiculously low more »
To make sure they do Nokia’s memory justice, and don’t harm the Lumia brand’s global awareness and popularity any further, Microsoft has very meticulously prepared its solo high-end smartphone debut.
Many of Sony’s “strategic” moves regarding new product releases and old device retirements lately have made little to no sense, but in the eyes of easily pocketable flagship fans, the Japanese OEM should redeem itself soon enough with a remarkable Xperia Z4 Compact.
Before they can raise their US flagship profile with the remarkable Nubia Z9 and surprising Axon Phone, China-based ZTE will first seek to reinforce their market position in the entry-level Android niche. After all, that’s still mainly what people recognize the brand for.
We all know how substantial the profit margins of flagship smartphone manufacturers can get, how heated competition is these days, and how the worldwide market approaches oversaturation.
The world’s first Chrome OS-powered all-in-one desktop with an optional touch display was initially announced on April 1 (no joke), but sans pricing details or precise release dates. Just a vague Q2 window for North American and Asia Pacific markets, and fairly educated guesses on our part regarding (relative) affordability.
A bigger and bigger name in the Chinese smartphone industry, ZTE has long probed the North American markets, but besides a slew of low-cost soldiers rebranded by carriers, it’s not easy coming across one of the OEM’s alluring mid to high-end gadgets.
Many thought Samsung pushed quirky, experimental smartphone designs a tad too far last fall, when the gimmicky, overpriced Galaxy Note Edge debuted. But since then, the futuristic side-screen concept evolved quite a bit and hit a bigger stage with the S6 Edge.
This little known Indian brand called iBall, in partnership with Microsoft, literally just unveiled a regional rival for the Intel Compute Stick, and already, there’s a new contender for the title of best thumb-sized PC.
Unusually sympathetic to complaints from buyers of their newest flagship devices, the heavyweight mobile champions of the world are eager to lend a hand to US-residing digital hoarders. If you find the base 32 GB internal storage space of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge inadequate for your needs, but can’t squeeze the pricier more »