Tag Archive: Phones


Samsung Exynos processors may soon appear in ZTE and other phones

Qualcomm dominates the mobile processor market, but Samsung wants to change that.

Samsung is one of the biggest names when it comes to Android smartphones, but when you look specifically at the processors that power them, the conversation changes. Qualcomm has dominated the mobile chipset market for years now, but it would appear that Samsung’s interested in doing something about that.

According to a report from Reuters, Samsung’s beginning talks with ZTE and other OEMs to supply  [Read More…]

Best Chinese phones you can buy right now (May 2018)

On the market for a new smartphone to buy? Have you considered getting a Chinese one? You definitely should, as some of them are really worth taking a look at.

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LynQ is a smart compass that lets you find people when cell phones fail

Never get separated from your group again. With LynQ you don’t need cell phone reception to find your friends or family members, as this smart compass works independent of that.

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The best phones you can buy at T-Mobile right now (May 2018)

Are you a T-Mobile subscriber and looking for a new phone? Take a look at our list of the best phones you can buy from T-Mobile today.

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Could Android P’s beta expansion lead to more phones with ‘Pixel’ Android?

I’d love to see an even longer list of supported devices with Android P’s official release.

Remember a few years back, when certain phone manufacturers participated in this little thing called the Google Play Edition program? If you loved the hardware on phones like the Galaxy S4 or the HTC One but couldn’t stand the customized software, this was a perfect solution — Google Play Edition phones came with stock Android software, give or take a few minor  [Read More…]

The five best cheap Android phones you can buy right now (May 2018)

Are you looking for a brand new Android phone? Are you on a tight budget? Check out our list of the five best cheap Android phones you can buy right now.

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10 Quick Changes to Fix Your Phone’s Speed Issues

It’s time to give your phone a tune-up.

So you bought a shiny new phone, and a few months later you realize it isn’t as fast as it used to be. We’ve all been there, and the issue isn’t limited to budget phones either — high-end devices like the Galaxy Note 8 are also prone to the occasional slowdown after several months of usage.

Thankfully, you can try a few things to get your phone running back  [Read More…]

How do you access your phone’s assistant?

Do you squeeze your phone? Press a dedicated button? Call out a key phrase?

There are plenty of reasons why you’d want to use the virtual assistant built into your phone, rather than interfacing with the screen directly. Maybe you’re driving and need to remain hands-free. Maybe you’re washing the dishes and don’t want to try and operate your phone with soaking wet hands. Maybe you’re just on the other side of the room and don’t feel  [Read More…]

The best phones you can buy at AT&T right now (May 2018)

Are you an AT&T subscriber and looking for a new phone? Take a look at our list of the best phones you can buy from AT&T Wireless today.

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Motorola slashes up to $220 off its phones for Mother’s Day promotion

Motorola has dropped the prices for the X4, Z2 Play, and Z2 Force Edition as part of a limited-time sale. With discounts ranging from $ 100 to $ 220 off, it has never been a better time to pick up one of these unlocked phones.

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