After (hopefully) helping you better understand the “deal” with LG’s far too similar mid-range G4 derivations, our mission of clarifying convoluted Android smartphone families enters a new phase. Today, we’re all about praising the Samsung Galaxy A roster’s full-metal diversity. Yes, for once, you’ll see us endorse so-called “brand dilution” instead of bitching and complaining.
You can defend plastic handheld construction all you want, but like it or not, “polycarbonate” is a word mobile enthusiasts will soon forget. And thank God for that, since this writer became tired of being fed the most ridiculous excuses from lazy, profit-driven manufacturers years back. Admit it, everybody, metal is better, and the only
Yes, boys and girls, it’s that time of year again. The time we really don’t know anything about the way the mobile industry will be shaped, transformed and, hopefully, innovated over the ensuing eight to ten months. Not for sure, though we can’t help but feel fired up for what’s to come. And speculate, and
LG far from reinvented the wheel when unveiling the funky-looking, slim-bezeled, rear physical button-toting G2 last summer, but somehow the gigantic 5.2 incher felt like the biggest mobile innovation in years. Sure, it nowhere near challenged Galaxy S4 or Note 3’s booming sales numbers. Yet it once and for all put LG on the map,
Don’t look now but HTC may finally be on its way to turn around the financial misfortunes we all thought were going to get the Taiwanese in the end. Sure, presumably selling 500,000 One M8 units in a little over a month is nothing compared to the 10 million milestone Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is no
No reason to beat it around the bush any longer, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is not what everyone expected it to be. It’s not the monumental flop haters are relentlessly trying to make it look like, but it’s clearly a lemon, barely edging out the six-month-old LG G2 in a head-to-head comparison and bowing down to
Rumors of the Samsung Galaxy S5 sporting a metal chassis have been making the rounds for quite some time now, and most notable among these rumors surfaced earlier last week when we saw the alleged metal casing of the upcoming Samsung flagship. A new report now claims that these reports are indeed true and the
The ink is barely dry on Samsung Galaxy Note 3’s reviews, the phablet hasn’t even reached all four major US carriers yet (there’s still we know who keeping us hanging), the world’s first curved display smartphone has only broken cover earlier this week, yet, believe it or not, the Galaxy S5 rumor mill is already