Featured Review: Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

Samsung has been heavily criticized over the past couple of years for not really taking chances with their devices. And just sticking with the same formula. So this year with the Galaxy Note 4, Samsung also announced the Galaxy Note Edge, which is a little bit cutting edge, but definitely a first generation product. We’ve […]

Featured Review: BLU Studio 7.0 Smartphone

BLU announced the new Studio 7.0 this morning, a massive device with a 7-inch display that crosses the boundaries between smartphone and tablet. BLU has made it very clear to us that this is a smartphone, not a phablet, but it sure walks the line. Some would say it crosses the line beyond smartphone, beyond tablet, […]

Featured Review: Meizu MX4 Pro

It was only a month ago that we reviewed the Meizu MX4 but here we are with Meizu’s next mobile phone iteration, the Meizu MX4 Pro.  To be fair to Meizu the original MX4 did come out in September but Meizu is doing something a little different this year from previous years.  Usually Meizu releases […]

Featured Review: No 1 Mi4 – Me Too or Mi Four?

Phones these days are one in a million but not necessarily in a good way.  Too many people out there so many phones look alike it’s hard to tell what’s good, what’s bad and what’s somewhere inbetween.  Price sets the marker for what’s most likely the majority of people out there and while this isn’t […]

IUNI U3 Unboxing

IUNI is one of those rather unknown Chinese brands. IUNI manufactured a rather successful device last year, IUNI U2, that handset is on sale starting November 11 in China by the way. IUNI U2 sported a really beastly specifications at launch and IUNI didn’t want to break that tradition it seems, the company unveiled IUNI […]

Featured Review: Catee CT550 – How Cheap is Too Cheap?

Once upon a time a good smartphone experience was reserved only for those who could pay in upwards of $500 or more for the latest and greatest device.  Over the past two years, however, phones have started becoming considerably cheaper without cheapening the experience, keeping a sort of baseline experience while still offering devices that […]

Featured Review: Sony Xperia Z3(T-Mobile)

It’s only been a couple of months since IFA in Berlin where Sony officially announced the existence of the Xperia Z3. It was in some ways a great improvement over its predecessor the Sony Xperia Z2, but in a lot of ways it was much the same which is just fine as the Z2 was […]

Featured Review: Micromax Canvas A1 – Another Brick in the Android One Wall

Google’s Android One program has proven to be quite an amazing one so far, as it addresses the concerns of people who’d rather purchase less expensive phones but still want to be on the latest version of Android.  This was a problem for a long time because even higher-end devices would sometimes never get updated […]

Featured Review: HTC Desire EYE (AT&T)

Over the past year or two, HTC has taken a lot of flack for their cameras in the HTC One M7 and HTC One M8. Since they went with a 4-megapixel Ultrapixel sensor. I was able to get pretty good pictures out of both devices when I reviewed them. However that wasn’t the case with […]

Featured Review: Google Nexus 6

Ah the Google Nexus 6. The biggest phone of the year, in more ways then one. If ya know what I mean. Most people wouldn’t expect the Nexus to be the biggest phone of the year, or most anticipated phone. Given all the other phones we get from Samsung, HTC, Motorola, and LG just to […]

Featured Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – Does It Still Stand Out From The Crowd? There is little doubt that 2014 has been the year of the phablet. Now with 5.2” and up sized devices released by Sony, Meizu, Asus, HTC, LG, Nokia and OnePlus this is the first real time Samsung have had any true competition […]

Featured Review: PS4 Remote Play For Sony Xperia Z3

One of the awesome new features of the Sony Xperia Z3 is the ability to link the device up to a Sony Playstation 4 console and play your games remotely on your phone, using the phone’s display and included on screen virtual controls, or a Dual Shock 4/3 controller. While the experience with this feature […]

Featured Review: Karbonn Sparkle V – Android One to Rule Them All

When Google announced Android One this year at Google I/O in early summer it wowed the world with a vision to not only provide quality hardware for under $100, but it also promised to deliver timely updates to keep these devices rocking the newest version of Android for a long time after you buy the […]

Featured Review: Motorola DROID Turbo (Verizon Wireless)

Many of you probably remember the launch of the original Motorola DROID. Way back on October 28th, 2009. We’ve seen a slew of DROID-branded devices come through since then. Including some from HTC and Samsung. Although Motorola did the most of them. In 2011, Motorola announced the DROID Razr. Which was the thinnest 4G LTE […]

Featured Review: Meizu MX4 – With Great Power Comes Great Affordability

The market for phones has changed drastically in the past year or two, and we’re not just talking spec evolution either.  Starting somewhere around the Nexus 4 consumers’ perspectives on the value of a phone started changing.  No longer were the masses willing to spend $700 or more on a top-tier smartphone, rather they wanted […]

Featured Review: HTC One E8

Earlier this year HTC announced their 2014 flagship, the HTC One M8, and it returned clad in a metal unibody design with a smooth finish and rounded edges. It also returned with a hefty retail price that some either weren’t willing to pay or just simply couldn’t afford. That’s where the HTC One E8 for […]

Featured: ASUS ZenFone 5 LTE Review

When it comes to Android, we’ve known ASUS as one of the first companies to release quality Android tablets with the EEE Pad Transformer line and of course, the Nexus 7. Fast forward to today, and ASUS is more focused on delivering quality experiences without the associated price tag. 2014 saw ASUS enter the smartphone […]