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.
Samsung Galaxy A5
The Weather Channel is currently forecasting another adequately warm week on both the East and West Coast of the United States, with the occasional drizzle likely to interrupt your sunbathing enterprises from time to time. But it’s legitimately raining deals over at Amazon, and the emphasis mostly falls on Android gear that was already fairly
Quad HD handheld display resolution is overkill, and everybody knows that. Including the device manufacturers trying so hard to sell the “feature” as something that’s not – useful and groundbreaking. Well, yeah, sure, it’s innovative and all on paper, but the end consumer needs a magnifying glass to tell the difference between 1,920 x 1,080
The excitement around the Galaxy Note 4 is yet to die down, but as we’ve known for some time, Samsung has been preparing to launch three new metallic smartphones sometime later this year. One of those devices is the Galaxy A5, and while we’ve already seen quite a few leaked details, we’re getting an even