Is the Samsung Epic 4G Touch the best Android phone available for Sprint? Starting tomorrow, eager customers can pick up Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S II for $199 with a new 2-year contract. That’s the same price-point as the recently released HTC EVO 3D and Motorola Photon 4G, so which dual-core phone ... Read More »
The tablets just don’t stop coming, do they? Well, you won’t find us complaining. Today is Lenovo’s day; the company officially announced two new Honeycomb tablets this morning. Meet the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and the Lenovo Thinkpad tablet.
While Lenovo does not have much experience with Android (or the mobile industry for that matter), it ... Read More »
Not very often do we come across a video that manages to both disappoint us and impress us at the same time. But that’s exactly what happened with Toshiba’s unorthodox unboxing video of its upcoming Honeycomb tablet, the Thrive.
The video seems to be just your regular, good ol’ unboxing video ... Read More »
There’s a certain stigma around any phone that violates the “Stock Android Experience” when it comes to the molten core of the Android community. This volatile group of hotheaded tech gods have a very clear opinion of what Android should look like, and everything else is garbage. Me? I absolutely love anything that’s new. New ... Read More »
After waking up to what I thought would be a typical Sunday (slow), I was surprised by a very nice treat from Youtube. The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer is one of the most affordable options for a Honeycomb tablet this year, with specs that should get the ... Read More »
While Taylor has been enjoying the Tegra 2 powered LG Optimus 2X, I have been treated to a little surprise of my own. This afternoon, the FedEx guy dropped off a package from HTC. Since AT&T finally unveiled their launch details for the HTC Inspire 4G just yesterday, it’s was fairly easy to ... Read More »
Most smartphone geeks have a certain spec that they obsess over. Some want the best camera, others want the fastest processor, and then there are those that desire a speedy 4G connection. If you want a phone with the fastest data speeds, then the HTC Thunderbolt must be at the top of your ... Read More »
I’ve waited for this day a long time. Regular readers of the site know I’ve been beating the dual-core drum longer and harder than any other blogger and after months of waiting I finally received a Tegra 2-powered phone. LG was nice enough to send us a review unit of their ... Read More »
Let’s get right to the point. The Nexus S is a Galaxy S that has Anroid 2.3 loaded on it. There are some new hardware features like a front-facing camera and near field communications (NFC) support, but both of those are mostly useless at the moment, so the phones are pretty ... Read More »
The Nexus S doesn’t launch for another week, but Google loaned out several review units to all the non-Android sites this week. I was lucky enough to briefly hold the Nexus S recently and I was impressed with the build quality, but let’s check out what the other blogs who have spent more ... Read More »