If it’s not obvious already, you’re on an Android blog. And you’re reading the words of a relentless, unapologetic (wink, wink) Android aficionado. But that doesn’t mean I, as well as everyone here at The Droid Guy, don’t like to keep an open mind and just discard everything that doesn’t run Google’s silky smooth mobile
Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A
Hardware configurations with Snapdragon 800 chips and Adreno 330 GPUs are on their way to becoming the norm rather than the exceptions in the high-end Android smartphone décor. Everybody from Samsung to LG, Sony to Asus, Acer to Pantech has either unveiled such an uber-zippy handheld of late or is getting ready to do so.
It was only one month ago (to the day, actually) that I first pitted the fastest Android smartphones (at that time) against one another in an attempt to find out which was the best of the best. Though controversial and, according to some, silly, benchmarks were the tool I used for my comparison, only I
Despite what Motorola or Google might try to make you think, the spec war is still very much on in the smartphone world and cold, objective numbers will continue to be more important than subjective “user experience” for many. Like it or not, Big G, Moto, but an extra two cores or a higher clock
Samsung has shipped 150,000 units of the LTE-Advanced version of the Galaxy S4 smartphone in a mere two weeks. This is a massive figure, given that such smartphone is only available in a single market: Samsung’s home country, South Korea. Apart from supporting the blazing-fast LTE-Advanced connectivity, the South Korean model of the Samsung Galaxy
It’s time. Time to decide once and for all what is the fastest, most technically impressive smartphone in the world. Today. As objectively as it is humanly possible. How are we going to do that? Simple, we’ll take three four of the Android top dogs and pit them against each other in a series of