We often see device makers refresh their flagship hardware with new colors several months after its launch in order to drum up some more interest in it. Today that’s what LG and the U.S. carriers have done with the G3.
It’s hard enough keeping track of the latest and greatest smartphone on the market, but it’s nearly impossible to choose which phone is right for you once you add in the cost complexities of buying a phone on or off contract and the dozens of different deals across the web. There are advantages to buying ... Read More »
The LG G3 Vigor is billed as the more affordable version of the LG G3, and features a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and 5-nch 720p HD display.
The LG G3 Vigor also sports a removable battery with long-lasting power. The biggest sacrifices from the more powerful ... Read More »
With the Nexus 6, Google is taking a slightly different path than where it was headed with recent Nexus devices. The Nexus 4, 5 and 7 were all priced with a focus on value. They featured more than good enough specs at a very low price point. The Nexus 6, on the other hand, is ... Read More »
Why carriers choose to rebrand devices is a mystery. Verizon rebranded the HTC One mini 2, calling it the HTC One Remix earlier this year. Does this make the device any more appealing? I don’t think so. Sprint’s ... Read More »
Over the past two years, Android phones were the only real option if you wanted a device with a large display. Yes, Nokia has had a few larger devices recently, but it’s nearly impossible to buy those phones unless you’re willing to import them from Europe. Despite the rumors, I think we were all a ... Read More »
LG has announced that the UX and software features of the flagship LG G3 will become the standard on all LG devices. LG has had several unsuccessful attempts at software in the past, but the new software on the G3 was well received. Now, features like Smart Keyboard and the G3′s revamped ... Read More »
YouTube for Android only supported 720p playback until recently. The HD icon symbolized 720p HD, and even those with 1080p displays couldn’t crank up the resolution any higher. But with a fairly recent YouTube app update, selectable quality levels were finally included. You could select the actual resolution for playback. And ... Read More »