The Sony Xperia T LT30p (Xperia TL LT30at on AT&T in the U.S.) is a gorgeous device bearing Sony’s unique design, but Sony isn’t the only smartphone manufacturer out there that... knows how to design a phone. The LG Optimus G was LG’s latest offering to the market, and it certainly did not disappoint either. Not only was it a powerful phone, it was quite attractive, as well...
The Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 is one of the hottest smartphones on the market. Samsung claims that it sold 30 million units within the first 150 days after the Galaxy S3’s initial release.... This phone runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and introduces the natured-inspired TouchWiz Nature UX by Samsung.
Google’s Nexus devices are also known for the pure Google experience that they offer t...
We’ve told you about the last ever deal that T-Mobile is offering for its subsidized smartphones. This is just a friendly reminder for the awesome phones that are up for grabs for $0, in case you missed the first one.
Toyota’s 2013 Avalon Limited variant will be the first car to have built-in support for the Qi wireless charging standard.
Android smartphones come in a dizzying variety of flavors, so we’ve decided to prepare this holiday shopping gift guide for Android smartphones.
As 2012 nears its final days, it’s exciting to look back over the past 12 months from an Android fan perspective and then try to pick out the representative Android smartphone of the year that is about to end.
Are you coming home for the holiday? Do you have a big family? If so, you’re the perfect target audience for the latest Nexus 4 ad, which was released by Google in time for the holiday.
Not that LG and Google have any problem selling the Nexus 4, but the latest Nexus phone has starred in its very first video commercial, which highlights the phone’s design and specs, as well as Google’s home-brewed apps and features.
Every year in the world of mobile tech there are a few eyebrow-raising moments. So what were the big shocks this year? Join us as we remember the unexpected twists and turns of 2012.
Plan to grab the 16GB Nexus 4 from Google Play Store in UK or Germany? Tough luck. Just like the 8GB model, Google has exhausted its inventory of the bigger variant.