In this battle of affordable smartphones, we find out how the Moto E stacks up against its larger sibling, the Moto G.
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 fake leather texture on the back that we’ve seen since the Note 3. A chrome trim wraps around the perimeter like usual, but they’re much thinner in comparison to what we’ve seen on previous Samsung devices wrapping around only the bezels of the display itself….
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 construction it feels very solid and sturdy with a very nice amount of weight. Samsung has also trimmed down their use of chrome on the Galaxy Tab 4 line up making the design look much more aesthetically pleasing. As the name suggests, on the front…
The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been one of the most hotly-anticipated smartphones in this early part of 2014. Even if the consumer response to the Galaxy S5 ended up to be lukewarm compared with that of Samsung’s earlier flagship devices like the Galaxy S4, we still consider the S5 to be a worthy evolutionary update, particularly with its added features and extra durability. If you have just acquired your Galaxy S5, you’re probably still playing around with the various settings. It comes with the latest version of TouchWiz, after all. It’s interesting to note that Samsung added about 130 settings on this device…
The Moto E is no super phone and its $129 price can attest to that, but is it worth the little money it does cost? Check out our hands-on and see.
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Flagship devices have been getting all the press, but mid-rangers are increasingly presenting themselves as a formidable class of competitors in the market, with handset manufacturers building capable handsets for the everyman at reasonable prices. Competition is fierce, however. The Xperia T2 Ultra, Sony’s latest midrange offering, is the successor to 2013′s Xperia T. As may be obvious with the “ultra” moniker, it is quite the monstrous-sized phone. In terms of specs, it packs a punch, too, at least on paper. But will it actually deliver in real world usage? We find out, in our review. There aren’t any surprises in terms of…
The ThL T200 is a large and powerful phone. At 6 inches some would call it a “Phablet”. Not only is this device big on the outside, it is also big on the inside. At its heart is a MediaTek octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage, plus some nice extras like NFC.
The Bose FreeStyle pack solid sound and a bold look, but their competitors offer comparable sound and more features at the same price.
Further refining what was a great tablet in the Xperia Tablet Z, Sony brings a lot to the table with its latest flagship. Here’s a closer look at the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet!