Low-cost Android smartphones have almost always gotten a bad rap because of the compromises made with their processors, the quality of their screens, and more in order to achieve a low price. That’s changed recently, though, with affordable Android phones becoming increasingly attractive to shoppers on a budget. Motorola has played a large role in ... Read More »
I really like wireless charging. I love the convenience of it, and it’s basically a deal breaker for me if a phone doesn’t have wireless charging these days. I like it so much I own all sorts of wireless chargers and have them all around my home and on my desk at work. I also spend ... Read More »
Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet 2 8-inch is a device that falls into a crowded market, and it hasn’t received much coverage. Yet it offers a low price, powerful specs and an innovative design that sets it apart from many others on the market. So how does it compare to other devices and what gives it an edge against ... Read More »
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Performance is likely the most important thing to consider when purchasing a device. The external hardware can be the best in the biz, but if it doesn’t have sufficient performance to back it up, it loses all of its utility and appeal. Lenovo’s specialty is designing great hardware, but the company has had some performance ... Read More »
Lenovo is a company that excels at hardware. It’s renowned for quality, durable products that are designed extremely well. What Lenovo doesn’t have is a reputation for creating good software. Its software attempts have primarily focused on Android skins for its phones and tablets. Unfortunately, these skins have been less than ideal and are what cause us ... Read More »
Lenovo has been around the block more than once when it comes to tablets. Much of the company’s focus has been on large, media-centric tablets, such as the 10-inch Yoga Tablet 2 or even the monstrous 13-inch Yoga Tablet ... Read More »
A couple of weeks ago, I was asked to do a review on a recently updated Android application called MoboRobo. It was an application that I haven’t heard of before, so whenever I agreed to do the review I knew I would be going into this without any thoughts about it whatsoever. I didn’t know ... Read More »
“What did we ever do before we had these around?” my wife asked.
Well, a while ago we used to be Samsung people. My wife and I were huge fans of the Samsung Galaxy series of phones and took full advantage of the replaceable batteries. We had spare batteries with external chargers, and it was great. ... Read More »
PhoneDog’s Beau HD reviews the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. The Galaxy Note Edge sports a 5.6-inch QHD Super AMOLED display, Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor with 3GB of RAM, 16MP camera sensor, 3000mah battery, and Android 4.4.4 KitKat. When it comes to Samsung, the Galaxy Note Edge most closely resembles the Galaxy Note 4, but there are ... Read More »
Bluetooth keyboards are a dime a dozen, and like with many products these days, people tend to cheap out and get poor quality items. But what else is one to do on a budget? Inateck has, so far, been a great manufacturer of budget Android accessories, and the BK1002E Bluetooth keyboard is no different.