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5 Best AT&T Phones in 2019

AT&T customers have it great this year. They can choose from a wide range of excellent smartphones—not to mention that AT&T plans to overhaul its prepaid plans. Besides the smartphones sold directly by AT&T, new and existing customers can also bring their own device and use them on AT&T’s network. With so many enticing devices

Top 10 Android selfie phones with front-facing LED flash cameras

It’s only been a little over a year since the first time we surrendered to the selfie trend, rounding up the Android handhelds with the best secondary cameras in tow back then, and already, we bring you a top ten list revised twice.  That’s right, the June roster is also obsolete, as we approach narcissistic

5 Best Camera Phones for Photography Enthusiasts and Selfies

The latest sales charts show that point-and-shoot cameras are about to become obsolete, and it’s all happening because of smartphones. These days, you can get a pretty great smartphone for just around $300, and it will come with not one but two high-definition cameras with the same resolution as found on many point-and-shoot cameras in

5 Best Android Phones So Far In 2019

While it’s not particularly hard to pick the best smartphone of the year, the idea of “best” can be pretty vague. Keeping this in mind, one has to be sure about what they’re looking for. Because what one person considers the best might not be that great for another user. Keeping this in mind, we’re

Best Android-powered selfie smartphones: updated for June 2015

Typically, we’d wait a little more than nine months to bring an old listicle up to date. But Android device release cycles in general have shortened lately, and when it comes to trendy smartphones endowed with skillful front-facing cameras, a year changes everything. Even six months flip over selfie hierarchies, which is proven by the

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom vs Galaxy S4 Zoom – Specs comparison

Apparently unwilling to dilute the Galaxy S brand anymore, Samsung took the wraps off an S5 subspecies called Galaxy K Zoom. I’ll be damned. But look, Sammy, just because you label a light bulb some fancy other way, it doesn’t mean we’ll view it any differently. If it glows as a result of electric current