Review: LG Spectrum

Review: LG Spectrum

In a world where we’d love to focus on (and only on) Android 4.0 ICS devices, the world is still bathed in a sea of Android 2.x Android phones. It’s a sad reality. But before we slip into a depressing talk about 2.x in a 4.x world, let’s carry on with what really matters here — the LG Spectrum hardware. It’s got a big, high resolution display, fast dual-core processor, and surprisingly good battery life. The best is yet to come. Hop on past for...

Bittersweet: The Galaxy Nexus, Android 4.0 And The Growing Gap Between Native And 3rd Party Software.

The Galaxy Nexus officially ushered in a new era for Android. Some would say, and rightfully so, that Android 4.0 is “what Android 1.0 should have been”. That statement has been echoed at least a couple of times now with the major 2.x and 3.x releases, signaling that despite constant updates and attention, Google’s love child OS still had a ways to go. But Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is more feature complete, polished, and overall more cohesive than...

Review: Samsung Galaxy Ace

Review: Samsung Galaxy Ace

While the Samsung Galaxy Ace is certainly a new phone, it is definitely trying not to be the most powerful smartphone on the market. Not every smartphone owner wants to (or can afford) a high-end piece of technology, and so the Ace is at the rescue as a dependable phone that still mostly copes with most software thrown at all smartphones these days. We take a look at this phone that fits in the middle of the stack of intelligent devices out there, which you can read right...

Review: Samsung Focus S (AT&T)

It has been over a year since Windows Phone’s official debut and we’re still waiting to be “wowed” by that one device that makes us want to give up our Android and iOS devices. The latest Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) update goes a long way into addressing some of the shortcomings between Windows Phone and its competitors. But is it good enough? The Samsung Focus S is AT&T’s latest WP7 offering that aims to cut at least a small slice of...

Review: HTC Rezound

Review: HTC Rezound

The HTC Rezound has a lot of hype to live up to. The 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and status as first phone to ship (in the U.S.) with a 1280 x 720 display are two major talking points amongst Android faithful. In a world dominated by spec sheets, every megahert and every pixel (or lack thereof) count immensely. In the case of the Rezound we’re both excited and already feeling like we’re over it. Surprised and disgusted. Impressed and let down. It’s quite...

Review: Motorola Droid RAZR

The Droid RAZR; a name that both excites and worries us. The old clamshell RAZR was once a great phone that set the bar for all feature phones of its time. But a reluctance by Motorola to move on from the basic shape cast them into near bankruptcy as each and every new phone became a simple repeat of the last. Now many years later the “RAZR” name is back with an indistinguishable face and a feature set that demands respect. On that same note, many would argue...

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