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0 Review: LG G4

Every year the smartphone junkies look to a few select manufacturers for their next-gen purchase. At least in the U.S., the Android field is primarily HTC, Samsung and LG at this point with Motorola and Nexus phones being more niche…

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0 Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

After the more or less disappointing sales of the Galaxy S5 (and several years of people constantly lambasting Samsung for making plastic phones), Samsung really had to do something different with the S6. And while they chose to again take…

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0 Review: Nexus 6

Google’s flagship whale phone, “Shamu” as it was internally called, the Nexus 6 has been upon us for a couple months now. The release is at an odd time. This time of year there isn’t much in the way of…

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0 Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung started up the big screen race back with their original Galaxy Note. And in 2014, it would seem that they’re just as far in the lead as ever as far as large screened devices (or more appropriately, “Phablets”) go.…

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0 Review: Galaxy S 5

Samsung is the undisputed king of Android. The anti-Apple, they are, offering up large, removable batteries, SD card slots and lots and lots of extra features on top of stock Android. But is this new generation inherently “better”? In terms…

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0 Review: HTC M8

We’ve already taken a look at the HTC M8 briefly (here and here), but despite that there’s still plenty to talk about. While Samsung continues to flounder with old designs (the same tactic they heavily criticize Apple for) and crappy…

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0 Review: Lumia 1520

How big is too big? Nokia is asking you to push the boundaries on the answer. It used to be that a ~4.5-inch display was considered huge. In the 2014 smartphone world, however 4.5 inches is now considered average or…

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3 Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Back when ~4.3 inches was considered a “large” phone, Samsung began on a new journey. Much like the megapixel race that point and shoot cameras went through several years back, Samsung kicked off a screen size race, with each new…

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0 Review: LG G2

Where the Nexus 5 is the pure Android enthusiasts crown jewel of 2013 and the latest iteration of what the perfect (mobile) Google experience is, the LG G2 is what a true spec hound is after. While it is indeed…

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