Tag Archive: Phone

LG Class is a metal-bodied mid-range phone with a 5-inch display, Snapdragon 410

LG‘s mid-range phone, launched in its home market earlier today, is called Class. The handset will be available for sale now for 399,300 Korean Won ($ 340) from SK Telecom, LG U+ and KT, with three color variations on offer: Gold, Silver, and Blue Black. A white color option will be made available at a later date.

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Does Blackberry “Venice” have what it takes to become your next phone?

Looking back, the past couple years of Android have been incredible for smartphone buyers. We’ve seen amazing devices come from all the major players, all of them desperately wanting their phone to become yours. Samsung’s latest Galaxy phones this year have brought a new level of polish and luxury that we’ve never seen from the company before. LG’s G4 introduced many improvements over last years popular G3 and is a very worthy contender of best flagship of 2015. Motorola recently  [Read More…]

AG Picks: The best Android phone you can buy today (September 2015)

As we get out of summer and head into the autumn season we’re at an important time of the year. Specifically, a number of key smartphones have recently launched and customers have quite a selection to choose from.

Picking the right device isn’t exactly easy, especially when most of today’s phones can be had across multiple carriers. Some of us try as hard as we can to future-proof ourselves and stay ahead of the curve with high-end models. Others, care less about tomorrow and just  [Read More…]

Golden Tee will make its way from the bar to your phone this fall

The iconic bar game Golden Tee will soon be making the move to smartphones and tablets. Starting this fall, you will be able to take your favorite game on the go with you, as well as check out some new features. Controlling the game will be very similar to using the classic track ball, as you will pull back and push forward, and even be able to shape your shot while the ball is in the air.  [Read More…]

Weekly poll: Have you used your phone to buy something?

It seems like we’ve been talking a lot about mobile payments for the past two years or so, even though our friends in parts of Europe and Asia can tell us they’ve been around forever. At first, Google Wallet was going to change the way we pay at the cash register. Then came Isis, which was rebranded as Softcard, which was also going to change everything about the way we pay for our stuff. This year, new  [Read More…]

So you got your phone wet. Now what?

So you dropped your phone in a toilet, got hit by a rogue wave while running on the beach, or you got pushed into a swimming pool.

Don’t freak out. Getting your phone wet happens more often than you realize and sometimes your device can be saved if you stay calm.

A common myth is that you can surround your device with uncooked rice. Think about it for a second. Rice is usually packaged in paper bags which means, if  [Read More…]

Microsoft is surprisingly close to making a decent Android phone

A Microsoft-based Android phone may not be for everyone, but it seems more than likely we’ll see one soon.

Anytime you see the words Microsoft and Android in the same sentence suggesting a new products, fans will come out of the woodwork to remind everyone of that dark time four years ago when Verizon forced Bing on a bunch of phones. In the minds of these users, the event was followed by a grand angry rebellion  [Read More…]

1byone Universal car phone mount(review)

1byone is a company based in China who makes a litany of products ranging from home security systems to TV antennas all the way to mobile accessories. They are quickly building a reputation as a company who makes high quality products as evidenced by their product reviews on Amazon.com. Sure they’re spelling on their product descriptions isn’t always up to par, but don’t let that deter you from trying out their products. They are a young company and are working out small  [Read More…]

Lenovo Phab Plus hands-on: A big phone with a weird name

Lenovo’s latest Android handset is a monster. In a literal sense, rather than what’s under the hood.

It also has — if we’re honest — a terrible, terrible name. The Phab Plus. Part phone, part tablet is the message Lenovo is unabashedly selling with this one, claiming that the number of people actually making calls is dropping. The number of people two-handing their big-screen phones and getting stuff done is  [Read More…]

How to watch 2015 NFL football games on your Android phone or tablet

NFL season is upon us, and we want to make sure you’re fully set to not miss a second of the action. We’re going to run down how you can watch games live from your Android phone or tablet, and keep up to date on the latest developments between games.