Tag: Review

This is one of the first Nexus 6P unboxing videos yet

While all of us here in the U.S. are still waiting to get our hands on the Nexus 6P, some lucky people in India had the chance to get a hold of an actual retail box of the phone. And even made a video unboxing it. Intellect Digest made a video showing all of us what it inside of the box. You have your usual ...

[Review] HTC One M9 (AT&T)

For the past week, I have been using the HTC One M9 as my main driver. I was actually forced to because I sent my beloved Nexus 6 to Motorola to get some issues with the power button fixed.  The M9 looks very similar to its predecessor in terms of aesthetics. But don't let that steer you away from upgrading. It is ...

[Review] TYLT Energi 2K Travel Charger

Specs Rechargeable 2,200mAh internal battery AC prongs fold away for travel. Universal USB port for charging most smartphones 1 Amp circuit rapidly charges your device. Colors: Black, red, blue and green. Impressions There is no doubt that TYLT is one of my favorite phone-accessory makers. ...

Five Days with the Nexus 6

The new Moto made Google Nexus 6 is not my first phablet. I owned the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 a while back. I enjoyed its size but eventually went back to my HTC comfort zone after months with the giant pen-toting Note 2. I don’t know if it is eye sight going at age 30 or if it’s just my needs for something new, but ...

Xperia Z3v Review: Verizon’s Take on the Xperia Z3

It is apparent that Sony does not have the presence in the US and very little influence over the wireless carriers in the US. Apple, Samsung, HTC, and now LG have all launched their flagship models across all major US carriers with no changes made. The Sony Xperia Z2 was only available on T-Mobile in the US and ...

HTC One M8: Here’s to the champion

While the HTC One was taking home award after award last year (see the list here: HTC Blog), HTC was busy designing their next champion smartphone. Taking what was so popular in the 2013 HTC One, along with some things that were not as popular, HTC has released what should be the 2014 champion of smartphones. By ...

Review: Samsung Galaxy S4, the best Galaxy device to date

Oh where do I start... I have had the Sprint Galaxy S4 for a about a week or so. I have used it as my secondary phone along with the Galaxy Note 2. If you haven’t noticed yet, Samsung marketing machine has been going really strong at reminding you about their upcoming flagship phone. I have seen more people with ...

HTC EVO V 4G Review – Virgin Mobile

The HTC EVO V 4G is the first phone on Virgin Mobile to utilize Sprint's 4G WiMax network. Although it's just a rebranded version of the HTC EVO 3D that first launched on Sprint, this version of the phone is available without a contract and on plans starting at just $35 a month with unlimited data. I this the ...

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note Review

It is about time T-Mobile gets its own Galaxy Note,right? Although it is kinda a last minute thing, I am sure that it will be welcomed by a some of you out there. This variant of the phablet is very simlar to the AT&T one except that it comes preloaded with Android 4.0.4 out of the box. The Note was made ...

Official: AT&T stores to sell the Samsung Galaxy S III on July 6

AT&T finally announced that their retail stores will carry the Samsung Galaxy S III on July 6. Yay, the wait is finally over folks! In just four days, you can head to your local Ma Bell store and grab yourself one the most powerful smartphones out there. It will be available in three colors, pebble blue, marble ...

Review: U.S. Samsung Galaxy S III

The Samsung Galaxy S III is finally here guys!! I consider myself lucky because I had the chance to use it for the past four days. I put my HTC One X (AT&T) down to see what this Samsung phone is all about. Will it be up to par with the One X? Will it stand up to its name and deliver top notch performance? ...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Review – Wi-Fi

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is now available from Amazon.com When it comes to Samsung tablets, you definitely have a lot of options to choose from. After all, you have the original Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 7.7, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, the Galaxy Tab 8.9, and now you have the recently released Galaxy Tab 2 ...

ZTE Optik Review – Sprint

When it comes to Android tablets with a data plan, you don’t have much of a choice if you’re not looking to spend too much money. Now and days, it looks like you have to spend at least $400-$600 on a 2-year contract if you plan on getting any type of tablet with mobile data connectivity. ZTE hopes to change this ...

Samsung Captivate Glide Review – AT&T Wireless

In today’s world, phone manufacturers are quickly phasing out physical keyboards on phones in favor of faster, thinner phones that feature nothing but virtual keyboards. Samsung didn’t go that route with the Captivate Glide, their 4-inch full QWERTY slide that is currently available on AT&T Wireless. If you like ...

Pantech Breakout Review – Verizon Wireless

The Pantech Breakout was Verizon Wireless’s fifth 4G LTE phone. Unlike the 4G phones that preceded it such as the HTC Thunderbolt, Droid Charge, LG Revolution, and Motorola Droid Bionic, the Pantech Breakout stood apart from the crowd due to its low $100 price tag (with a 2-year contract). Despite its low price ...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Review – Wi-Fi

When it comes to Honeycomb tablets, there’s no denying that Samsung creates some of the best Honeycomb tablets currently available in the market. Samsung first released the Galaxy Tab 10.1, a Honeycomb tablet featuring a very slim profile and a nice 10.1-inch display. They followed the release of the Galaxy Tab ...

Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch Review – Sprint

The original Samsung Galaxy S II was announced back at Mobile World Congress in February, 2011. Since then, the phone has been released in many countries around the world and has been enjoyed by millions of people. As a matter of fact, as of September 25 Samsung has sold over 10 million Galaxy S II handsets since ...

Motorola Droid Bionic Review – Verizon Wireless

Ever since it was announced back at CES 2011, the Motorola Droid Bionic has been a phone that many people have been waiting for. After numerous delays, rumors of cancellation, and finally a trip back to the drawing board to make it more competitive, the Motorola Droid Bionic is finally available for anyone to ...

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