In the first edition of the Android Flashback series, we take a quick look at the first Android smartphone ever, the T-Mobile G1 by HTC!
We’re taking a first look at the Huawei Honor 6 Plus. It has premium hardware and smooth software, but how does it hold up to the competition? Let’s find out!
The podcast team gets together to talk about the growing rumors of the HTC One M9 and how companies are starting to keep their designs from year to year.
We take a closer look at another high quality but affordable smartphone out of China in this in-depth review of the Meizu MX4 Pro!
CES 2015 was a ton of work, but it was a ton of fun as well. Come check out our Fun Reel for some of the highlights of team Android Authority in Las Vegas.
What if you could build your smartphone yourself, with the ability to swap the very pieces that put it all together? That is exactly what Project Ara is – and despite it being shrouded... in some mystery, we are going to get our first real look at the new take on smartphones when it hits the Puerto Rico test market later this year. From the very people who live for the smartphone world...
We’ve already seen Hyundai’s BlueLink app for Android Wear, which lets you interact with your car from anywhere in the world, but now we’ve caught up with the Korean company to check out its Android Auto system.
The Panasonic Lumix CM1 isn’t the first attempt to marry an Android smartphone to a point-and-shoot, but is the CM1 any better? We find out in this quick look!
We go hands on, and give you our first impressions about the follow up to Asus’ affordable smartphone series, in this first look at the Asus Zenfone 2!
As the name suggests, Zenfone Zoom comes with a 13 MP rear shooter with a 3x optical zoom, with optical image stabilization, and a laser auto-focus system, all of which should allow for a fantastic camera experience.