A first comparison between the displays of the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Sony Xperia Z is available, revealing some of the technology behind the Galaxy S4’s new screen.
The combination of a low price and dual-SIM capabilities has the possibility to make the Sony Xperia E Dual very popular in certain parts of the world. That is, as long as it’s actually a decent phone. So, is it?
No contract plans are great, except for how much devices cost when you have to buy them outright. Is the LG Spirit 4G the light at the end of the tunnel for MetroPCS customers?
We finally get our hands on one of the most anticipated Android devices. Check out the powerful, sleek, water resistant Sony Xperia Z.
The Exynos 4 Quad is Samsung’s 32nm HKMG quad-core CPU that powers some versions of the Galaxy S3 along with Samsung’s phablets, the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Note 8.0. It is also the processor used by the “Vice” tablet, a 9.7 inch iPad 2 look-alike.
PureViewClub has kindly put together a collection of stills, to help show us the difference in image quality between some of Nokia’s and Sony’s flagship devices.
The Chromebook Pixel is the new darling of the Chrome world, meant specifically for developers and those who are in the market for a high-end device. In engaging in this project, I made the Pixel my only device. After five days of extensive testing, it’s time for a full hardware review. Is it worth the steep price tag, or should you leave this one alone?
Is the HP Slate 7 capable of competing on terms with the Google Nexus 7? Join us and find out!
Is the dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos worthy of your time, attention and most of all, your money? Find out in our review.
Can the Sony Xperia Tablet Z succeed where the Google Nexus 10 fell short, or is the latter still the current king of 10 inch Android tablets? Find out here!