If you have not heard, the HTC One max is now available in the US. Sprint is selling the phone for $249.99 with a two-year contract or $599.99 if you can stomach the full retail price. Our good friends at HTC were kind enough to send us a review unit. We have been playing ... Read More »
As we dive deeper into our Building the perfect Nexus phone series today, we’ll be taking a look at batteries. When comparing specs between phones, batteries are typically the last item to make the list, but that’s simply because there’s nothing sexy about electrochemical cells that convert chemical energy into usable electrical energy. But when ... Read More »
Today’s continuation of our Building the perfect Nexus phone series focuses on a topic which not many of us can agree on. One of the main issues among Android enthusiasts is the debate over storage options. We live in a world where more of our data lives in the cloud and it can ... Read More »
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For the Android faithful, the latest Nexus device is considered to be the gold standard for devices. The Nexus features the latest and greatest specs and an Android build straight from Google with none of the standard software bloat that typically accompanies OEM branded phones and tablets. But the appeal of a Nexus phone many ... Read More »
If I didn’t blog about Android I probably wouldn’t really have noticed ZTE, let alone know who they were or that they were manufacturing Android devices. ZTE is a Chinese phone manufacturer who recently began releasing unlocked phones in the ... Read More »
Now that the first wave of Nexus 5 devices have been delivered, we thought it would be a good time to find out how many of you actually purchased the Nexus 5. As we saw with yesterday’s Nexus 5 spec showdown, there are a few competing Android devices which outclass Google’s latest device, ... Read More »
Now that the Nexus 5 dust has settled, we’d like to give you a closer look at the handset’s specs sheet and show you how it stacks up against its main Android competitors. For the most part, the Nexus 5 isn’t really that special. It features a powerful 2.26 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB ... Read More »
Nexus fever is spreading through the Android community like wildfire. I know a handful of our readers have been infected, and this is not going to help.
Canadian mobile tech blog Mobile Syrup has managed to snag some renders of a Telus branded Nexus 5 that look absolutely fantastic. There’s nothing super special about the ... Read More »
When you think of fall, you probably think of changing leaves, crisp air, and hot apple cider. But one other thing that should be associated with fall is that it’s a season of new releases, especially in the world of mobile devices. That means that a lot of people are now looking for a new ... Read More »
By now we’ve seen and heard practically everything there is to know on Google and LG’s upcoming Nexus 5, but what’s another video and set of pictures going to hurt, right?
Over the weekend, a full 7 minute video detailing the Nexus 5 was put on YouTube that gives us an in-depth look at a ... Read More »