All Product Articles tagged ‘smartphone’
LG's latest flagship smartphone, the 5.2-inch Full-HD G2 (LG is dropping the Optimus moniker) has an unusual unique feature - all of its buttons are on the back. Will this unconventional layout be the future of smartphone design? Find out in our review!
The launch of the Sony Xperia Z1 comes hot on the heels of Nokia Lumia 1020 and Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom. Can the Xperia Z1's G lens and suite of camera apps propel it ahead of many other 5-inch smartphone options? Find out in our review!
Another year, another iPhone. Wait, it's two iPhones this year - the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. Here's a quick look at the devices and how they square off against the current competition.
With Samsung, impressive hardware is a given. And with giant smartphones very common these days, Samsung is keen to remind us that there are other Samsung-only technologies that make the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 different from the other phablets. Let's find out what they are.
Sony just announced the Xperia Z1, their latest flagship smartphone with a 20.7MP camera. The camera comes with a 'G Lens' and a large 1/2.3" sensor size which compares to those found in compact cameras. Discover how it compares against the Z and Ultra in our hands-on exclusive.
Simply put, the Google Chromecast is a wireless media streaming device built into a compact HDMI dongle. Even those who aren't interested in Netflix and YouTube are excited about this US$35 device, because its other big feature is to mirror a Chrome browser tab onto the TV. Without further ado, here's our review.
Having a 6.44-inch display in an ultra slim 6.5mm chassis, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra is easily the largest and ironically the sleekest phablet in the market. Did Sony create the perfect phone-tablet hybrid? We find out in this review.
Wrapped in aluminum but with a polycarbonate back, the Lumia 925 comes eight months after the highly regarded Lumia 920. What else has changed; and more importantly, does the 925 live up to its PureView branding? We tell you in this review.
Slightly thicker than the regular Samsung Galaxy S4, the S4 Active is protected against dust and water, and earns itself an IP67 rating. Is it a more capable phone than the equally rugged Sony Xperia Z, and should you opt for it over the regular S4? These and more in our review.
Although phone makers today are championing devices with larger displays, there's still a fairly large consumer base who may not share a liking for them - be it because of the handling difficulty or their cost. As such, we rounded the latest compact smartphones with 4G LTE support from HTC, LG, Nokia, Samsung and Sony and put them through their paces. Find out who emerged as victor!