Tag Archive: Smartphone


Get legal help through your smartphone: 3 apps to install on your Android

There is reason it takes many long years of extensive test and schooling to become a lawyer; law is incredibly complex and every state has different intricacies. It takes a long time to learn the ins and outs of the law. Even though you may not be an actual lawyer, you should be informed about […]

World’s first Helio X30 smartphone, 8GB of RAM headed for MWC 2017

Vernee is one of the more obscure Andorid OEMs, but the company is trying to emerge from the shadows. A while back we presented you with the Vernee Apollo, which seems like a pretty decent OnePlus 3T alternative – selling at half the price. Well as it turns out Vernee is going to be presented […]

Why Xiaomi is developing its own smartphone processors

According to reports, Xiaomi will announce its new SoC within a month.

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi is looking to have more control over its own hardware. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the company is looking to move away from Qualcomm as its primary chip provider and start developing smartphone processors for its own hardware. The report cites sources familiar with the matter who says Xiaomi is planning to release its new processor, allegedly codenamed “Pinecone”,  [Read More…]

New Nokia N series smartphone might be headed for MWC 2017

At MWC 2017 we expect Nokia to finally announced its comeback Android flagships. But that might not be all the Finnish company has in stored for us. Remember the Nokia N series? It was probably one of the most successful lineups from the company’s golden age. First released in 2005, the Nokia N series included […]

LG Watch Sport to be available from AT&T for $49.99 with LG smartphone purchase

LG just unveiled its latest Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches, the flagship LG Watch Sport and the more affordable LG Watch Style. We told you the LG Watch Sport will become available with Verizon starting February 11, but as it turns out interested customers will be able to grab it from AT&T as well. The LG […]

Your next smartphone will be able to shoot super slow 1080p video at 1,000 fps

Sony might not be your favorite smartphone maker, but the company surely rules supreme when it comes to image sensors. Actually in all possibility, your current smartphone takes advantage of a Sony camera sensor. Well this week the Japanese giant has announced its latest development in sensor technology for mobile phones – a 3-layer BSI […]

Pixel XL vs Huawei Mate9 (Smartphone Showdown)

Google’s Pixel XL has been doing a great job of grabbing the attention of customers who prefer a larger phone form factor. But Huawei’s new phablet, the Mate9 which only recently made it to the US also promised a big-screen experience with plenty of power on board and exquisite camera experience thanks to the partnership […]

It’s 2017 but do we really need a 4K smartphone?

Remember Sony’s Xperia Z5 Premium smartphone, the first one to arrive with a 4K panel? Well the handset wasn’t too popular with Android users despite its high-end specs, but for some reason Sony thinks it’s a good idea to release yet another 4K handset this year. Sony has been quite absent from the mobile ecosystem

ZTE considers cancelling Project CSX ‘Hawkeye’ smartphone after poor response

ZTE continues to trip over its own proverbial feet by assuming that a crowd knows what it wants.

The crowdsourced, crowdfunded ZTE Hawkeye, which in just under three weeks has raised only $ 35,000, has come under fire for ostensibly thinking that its potential audience would be willing to concede to a mid-range spec sheet after lobbying for the device to be a pie-in-the-sky project from the get-go.

Despite the fact that two features — eye-tracking  [Read More…]

LeEco Le S3 vs. Huawei Honor 6X (Smartphone Showdown)

Up until I started reviewing the Le S3 a few days ago (look for that post next week), I didn’t even know LeEco existed. Like Huawei, OnePlus, ZTE, and others, LeEco is a Chinese smartphone manufacturer that specializes in bringing budget phones with competitive specifications to market. As such, I decided to compare the Le