The HTC One X+ runs on a faster NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core 1.7GHz processor and comes with a bigger 2,100mAh battery. In addition, it ships with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and the new Sense 4+. Does these upgraded specs mean faster and better performance on the One X+? Let's check out in this review.
If you thought the Samsung Galaxy Note was huge, just wait till you experience the all new Galaxy Note II. How can Samsung make a big phone any bigger? Is it still usable? Well, hit the link to find out more from our review experience.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II will be available with a two-year contract at all three telcos. Want to know which telco offer the best deal? Read on to find out more.
ASUS held a global press conference in Taipei for its latest smartphone, the PadFone 2. Check out our hands-on with the ASUS PadFone 2 and see what new features it brings to the table.
The popular flagship Samsung Galaxy S III finally gets the LTE treatment. The version gets a 2GB RAM, Android 4.1 and of course, LTE connectivity. How does it square off against its closely-equipped sibling? Let's find out.
Samsung today unveiled the sequel to its successful Galaxy Note smartphone at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event in Berlin, the Galaxy Note II. We went up close and personal with it to find out what else's new besides its 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display and 1.6GHz quad-core processor.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera has a 16.3-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, a 21x optical zoom lens, and a high density 4.8-inch touchscreen. But its claim to fame is that it runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Here's a closer look at this quad-core-processor-equipped camera.
The Nexus 7 is a collaboration between Google and ASUS to bring the Android tablet platform to the next level. Will its attractive price tag and top of the line hardware be enough to take on the competition? Let's find out in our review.
With Google's first keynote at Google I/O 2012 over and done with, here are the updates that would be coming to your Jelly Bean-infused device come July and beyond. Check out what's new after the jump.
Google took the wraps off its Nexus-branded tablet, the Nexus 7. Manufactured by ASUS, the Google Nexus 7 is the world's first tablet to be powered by a quad-core processor. It is also the first device to use Chrome as its standard web browser. Hit the link to find out more about the Nexus 7.