While it is now multiple generations removed from being the new Nexus on the block, the Nexus 5 is still solid hardware and worthy of consideration for someone trying to get by on a budget or to buy a device for testing purposes, particularly at the amazingly low price of $149.
Alcatel OneTouch is doing its best to stir things up in the budget/unlocked phone market. Hardware for mobile is getting to the point where budget no longer means poor performance. Just a couple of years ago, I would never have recommended anyone buy a budget device. In my opinion, the poor experience that went along ... Read More »
System updates have long been a sore point for Android and its fans, as manufacturers have often been painfully slow and carriers further delay updates to add their own bloat and annoying features. But with Nexus devices, you often get updates first, regardless of what carriers want, since they have historically been unlocked and free ... Read More »
If you’re looking for a flagship smartphone at a decent price, this might be right for you. eBay currently has the LG G4, factory unlocked and LTE-capable, for only $499.99 with free shipping. Compared to the $600 T-Mobile wants and the $630 AT&T wants for the device, it’s a pretty good savings.
We received some updates today on one of our favorite phones of the year so far, the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3. Not only is it an impressive phone, but it’s $250 unlocked without a contract. If you haven’t checked out our review yet, Read More »
Alcatel OneTouch has managed to do what so many companies fail so terribly at in so many ways. Many companies seem to be so concerned about their phone being the next it thing with the it design that they miss the mark completely. Today’s flagship phones cost consumers upwards of $700 without a contract. With $700, you ... Read More »