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LG announced two new smartphones, the G Pro 2 and the G2 Mini days before Mobile World Congress 2014 kicked off. We had a brief hands-on with the two new devices at LG's booth. Read on to find out about our initial impressions.
The Xiaomi Redmi has proven itself to be very popular among consumers in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan since its launch last July. Does the Redmi really offer plenty of bang for the buck? Find out in our review of the most affordable smartphone to-date!
LG entered the 8-inch tablet market with the G Tablet 8.3. As the world's first 8-inch table with a Full-HD display and some nifty software features, can the affordable G Tablet 8.3 set itself apart from its competitors? Let's find out in this review.
The HP Slate 7 Extreme is essentially a rebranded NVIDIA Tegra Note model. It is the first 7-inch OEM Android tablet to come with a stylus, equipped with the NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor and an affordable price tag. Find out how the Slate 7 Extreme goes up against the other 7-inch tablets!
Motorola touts the Moto G as the smartphone choice for the next 500 million customers. Does it really have what it takes to appeal to the masses? To achieve its super-affordable price tag, did Motorola cut any corners with the Moto G? Let's find out!
Over 40 people attended our special PlayTest event last Saturday to have an exclusive hands-on session with the LG G Flex smartphone - the world's first flexible, curved smartphone. Find out what took place at the event as the editors outlined phone design progression and the key technologies that make such a phone possible.
Google partners with LG for the second time to manufacture the fifth-generation Nexus smartphone, the Nexus 5. Equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core 2.26GHz processor, 2GB RAM, and a 4.95-inch Full-HD IPS display, how does the Nexus 5 stack up against the other Android flagship devices? Read on to find out.
The ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T is a 10-inch Android tablet that packs a serious punch with a NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core 1.9GHz processor, a high resolution display, and a keyboard dock with a battery pack. Can the Transformer Pad Infinity TF701T be the ultimate productivity tablet? We find out in this review.
HTC wants to change people's perception of mid-range and entry-level devices with the Desire 601, which comes with a spoonful of premium features from its One flagship devices at a very affordable price. Is the HTC Desire 601 the ultimate value smartphone for everyone?
Samsung tried to bring the functionality of the S Pen to the tablet form factor last year with the Galaxy Note 10.1, but it missed the mark. One year on, can Samsung's more polished Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition better compete with similar features as the Galaxy Note 3? Read on as we reveal how it fares in this review.