Enter the Sony Xperia SP, a mid-ranger that looks great, at least on paper. But will customers agree? As usual, we take a look at the Sony Xperia SP’s design, specifications, features, and software.
The current Android titans — that’s how the Galaxy S4 and the HTC One are referred to these days. They’re Samsung’s and HTC’s most powerful offerings to the high-end... Android market, and the two phones bring with them not just processing might or camera power, but also display prowess.
Both 1080p Full HD phones, the S4 and the One can be expected to deliver rich...
ThL W100 has launched its latest smartphone. Not only does this phone have a 4.5 inch IPS display, sport a quad-core Cortex A7 based processor, include an 8MP rear camera along with an amazing 5MP front-facing camera, it only costs $160! What do you think of that price?
The Samsung Galaxy Fame is small, cute and cheap, but is it worth the money? Take a look at our review to find out.
Early this year, world-famous netbook and laptop maker Acer unleashed the mid-range Acer Liquid E1 V360 into the Asian and European markets. Not a few of the critics quickly passed judgment:... ho-hum, another forgettable phone.
Acer’s releases into the Android smartphone market are usually either easily lost from memory after a brief sizzle, or simply maligned by critics and th...
Sometimes you need a tough, rugged phone, but is the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2 worth it? Find out in our review.
The Galaxy Note 8 is an intriguing device, that is certainly worth your attention. We take a closer look at the Galaxy Note 8’s design, build quality, specifications, features and software. Join us!
Between a 13-megapixel smartphone camera and another with only 4 megapixels, which do you think is the better buy?
We usually lean towards whatever we think is higher or what appears... to offer more. In this case, 13 megapixels — which the Samsung Galaxy S4’s camera has.
The HTC One and its 4-megapixel shooter seems to look like a limp, wimpy, soggy thing compar...
The Galaxy S4 isn’t just a flagship Android device, it’s an entire fleet condensed into one device. But the S4 has its shortcomings, and the Xperia Z shines in certain areas.
With the Samsung Galaxy S4 on the market, people are asking themselves if they should switch to the S4 or, if they need an upgrade, perhaps buy a Note 2 instead of the S4. Are you troubled? We’re here to help.