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E-Ceros One review – 5.5 inch octa-core smartphone

by: Gary SimsJune 3, 2014
The "One" moniker is clearly a popular choice among smartphone makers at the moment, you have the HTC One and the OnePlus One. The latest "One" is the E-Ceros One, a 5.5 inch, octa-core device with 2GB of RAM.
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BLU Life Pure XL review: well priced, but nothing to write home about

by: Joshua VergaraJune 2, 2014
A phone coming from a Florida-based OEM looks to add to the list of lower priced, high powered phones out there. Here's our review of the Blu Life Pure XL!
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Samsung Galaxy S5 wireless charging – everything you need to know

by: Kevin NetherMay 30, 2014

Despite being one of the most technologically advanced handsets on the market today, the Galaxy S5 does not have built in wireless charging. Samsung just released two wireless charging cases, and I also tried many third party wireless charging solutions as well. Today, we check out the best ones!

SView Cover Case

First up is the $70 Samsung Wireless Charging S-View Flip Cover. This is a leather flip cover case with a square cut out on the front flap. It’s one of the better cases I’ve used, with genuine feeling leather, and a deep stitching that wraps around its periphery. The window is made out of very tough scratch resistant plastic, and affords [...]

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Asus Zenfone 5 Review

by: Lanh NguyenMay 29, 2014

The ASUS Zenfone 5 is the middle child of ASUS’ low cost line of smartphones but for being a budget phone it comes packed with some very respectable hardware and specifications.  The design is very simplistic with rounded corners, flat sides, and a curved  back with a matte finish allowing the phone to sit very comfortably in the hand.  It’s made entirely of plastic with the exception of the metal band along the bottom chin to give the phone a slightly more premium look.  The 5 inch display coming in a 720p resolution pales in comparison to the 1080p panels on high end flagships but it’s still nothing to scoff at.  Colors are accurate, viewing angles are great, and [...]

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HTC One Mini 2 Review: same beautiful design, smaller package

by: Joshua VergaraMay 28, 2014
The HTC flagship has been shrunken down, both inside and out. Has it lost its aluminium lustre in the process? We find out in this HTC One Mini 2 review.
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Moto E Review – budget smartphone, redefined

by: Joshua VergaraMay 26, 2014
Moto goes to another part of the alphabet to offer yet another budget device. What does it offer? We find out in this review of the Moto E.
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Oppo Find 7a Review

by: Joshua VergaraMay 24, 2014
The Oppo Find 7a may not feature a Quad HD display like its premium version, but still has a lot to offer. Here's the review of the Oppo Find 7a!
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 Review

by: Lanh NguyenMay 21, 2014

The Bottom Linethe most enjoyable of the bunch PROS Bright and vivid displaydual speakersbuild qualityExpandable storage CONS Camera 7.8With a bright and vivid display, solid build quality, dual speakers, and great battery life, this tablet is a great option to consider and if having cutting edge specs isn’t a factor then this tablet just might be worth it.Buy Now on Amazon.com

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 is the biggest out of the Tab 4 bunch and if 7 or 8 inch tablets are just too small for you then Samsung’s got you covered with the 10.1.  The hardware is not unlike any Samsung product we’ve seen [...]

 
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 Review

by: Lanh NguyenMay 17, 2014

The Bottom LineHard to recommend PROS Bright and vivid displayGreat battery lifeSolid build qualityPortableMicro SD expansion CONS CameraPrice-to-Spec Ratio 8.5While this tablet performs well, has great battery life, and a bright and vivid display the price is steep considering the overall package.Buy Now on Amazon.com

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 is the middle child in Samsung’s latest iteration of the Galaxy Tab line up and is essentially the Tab 4 7.0 with a slightly larger display just in case 7 inches wasn’t big enough for you.  The design is very typical Samsung fare with an all plastic construction and a [...]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 Review

by: Lanh NguyenMay 14, 2014

A really tough sell PROS Build QualityBattery LifeExpandable StoragePortable CONS CameraSomewhat laggy performancePrice 7.5 It’s a mostly solid performer with great battery life, build quality, and a robust display – just wait for it to go on sale.Buy Now on Amazon.com

The Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 is the smallest and cheapest of  Samsung’s latest trio of tablets but it’s packing the same amount of punch in terms of design and specifications.  The build quality is very typical Samsung with an all plastic construction and a fake leather back that still feels like plastic.  Despite it’s plastic [...]

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