The Cube Talk 5H is a quad-core smartphone with a large 5.5 inch 720p HD display. It has an 8MP camera and 1GB of RAM but most impressively it only costs $180. I spent a few days with the device and this is what I discovered.
With its crisp display, stealthy black color scheme, and the reassuring hardness of aluminum, the G Pad 8.3 GPe is certainly a good looking device. And its innards are nothing to scoff at. But at $350, the tablet is no impulse buy for most of us, especially considering the competitors out there going for the same or a smaller price. Is it worth it?
The Goophone N3 is a replica of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Although they look alike on the outside, on the inside they are very different beasts. So what is the N3 really like? I used the device for a few days and this is what I discovered.
The Goophone i5C tries to clone Apple’s colorful smartphone and even has a tweaked version of Android that behaves like iOS. But what is it like to use? Find out in this full review.
Throughout our Moto G review, we’ll compare it with pricier devices, because its low price tag casts a new light on all of its features. We’ll also look at how Motorola’s new phone stands on its own: is the Moto G worth your attention even when money is no object? Let’s find out.
The Freelander PD80 is a 9.7 inch Android tablet with a front design similar to that of the iPad. It is a quad-core tablet with 3G, GPS, an IPS display.
Are the Moga Pro Power and Hero Power worth their relatively high price tag? What’s the difference between these two controllers? We answer these and other questions in our Moga Pro Power and Moga Hero Power review.
In the battle of the curved display, we take a quick look at how the Samsung Galaxy Round stacks up against the LG G Flex. Check it out!
We all looked to the Nexus 5 for yet another well performing yet affordable device, and eagerly anticipated the next iteration of the maturing Android operating system. Read on for the full review and watch the video review to see if this new Nexus 5 lives up to the expectations.
Does ART really provide a faster, smoother app launching experience when compared to Dalvik? A new video has hit the web that attempts to answer that question by pitting two Nexus 7 tablets against one other, one running Dalvik and the other running ART.