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LG G4 First Look

First look at the LG G4, LG’s new flagship Android smartphone for 2015. We look at the T-Mobile US version, and all 4 US carriers will offer the phone in June 2015. The G4 is a relatively compact 5.5″ phone with a slight curve and...

Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 Review

The Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 unlocked Android smartphone that sells for $249. Unlike most affordable unlocked GSM smartphones sold without contract, the Idol 3 has a full HD display, LTE 4G for the US and a sharp design. The phone runs Android...

Apple Watch Review

The Apple Watch. We look at the 38mm Sport model that starts at $350 with an aluminum casing, Ion-X glass and a fluoroelastomer band. It’s also available in stainless steel with sapphire glass starting around $550, and there’s the 18k gold...

HTC One M9 Review

The HTC One M9 Android smartphone. The M9 is HTC’s mainstream size 5″ flagship phone for 2015 and it’s available on all major carriers. The One M9 is a subtle evolution of the HTC One M8 and has a finely crafted aluminum casing that’s...

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Review

The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are identical except for the curved glass sides on the $100 more expensive Edge model. The phone runs Android 5.0.2 Lollipop with Samsung’s updated TouchWiz UI on the new Exynos 7420 octa-core 64 bit CPU with Mali...

LG G Flex 2 Review

The second generation Flex is a more compelling smartphone with better specs that the original Flex including a full HD 1920 x 1080 P-OLED display and 2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core CPU with Adreno 430 graphics. We look at the Sprint...

Moto E (2nd Gen, 2015) Review

The 2015 Moto E, Motorola’s most affordable Moto series Android smartphone. The new E sells for $149 with 4G LTE and $119 with 3G- that’s full retail with no contract and the Moto E is an unlocked GSM phone. The 4G LTE model runs clean...

BlackBerry Passport Review

BlackBerry Passport on AT&T. This is BlackBerry’s most outrageous yet lovable smartphone yet. It has a 4.5” square 1400 x 1400 pixel display and a QWERTY keyboard. It runs BlackBerry OS 10.3 on the 2.2 GHz Snapdragon 801 CPU with 3...

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ASUS PadFone X mini Review

Asus PadFone X mini. This is Asus’ small Android smartphone-tablet combo, where the 4.5” phone slips into the 7” tablet dock to transform into a tablet. The phone has a 4.5” IPS 854 x 480 display and it runs Android 4.4 with Asus ZenUI...