Reviews

LG Optimus F7 review: Very competitive mid-ranger - thumb picture Not many new mid-rage smartphones are being announced, and that’s mainly because of older flagships that tend to occupy this segment, but the LG Optimus F7 is willing to give it a try as it comes packed with quality specs such as 4.7-inch screen, 8MP...

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 I9200 review: Largest Screen Smartphone - thumb picture The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is the phone with the largest screen out there, and this is at least one reason for it to become interesting.The Mega 6.3 comes with specs that can be considered mid-range these days, and addresses to people who use their...

BlackBerry Q10 review: Typical BlackBerry smartphone - thumb picture Although it was launched alongside the BlackBerry Z10 (and the long-awaited BlackBerry 10 OS) back in January, the BlackBerry Q10 has taken a longer time to get to market. The Z10 was meant to attract new customers to BlackBerry and was given to jour...

LG Lucid2 VS870 review: Decent Free-on-contract Smartphone - thumb picture The introduction of the new Lucid 2 brings a bump in specs as compared to the original LG Lucid, which was designed to be an inexpensive basic smartphone. The better specs include a larger qHD display, a more advanced Snapdragon S4 dual-core processo...

HTC First review: Facebook Home Android - thumb picture It all started with the HTC ChaCha and Salsa as the first so-called Facebook phones, but they only employed dedicated Facebook buttons for quick access to certain functions. However, HTC now comes to deliver another Facebook phone and, this time, Fac...

Kyocera Torque E6710 review: Innovative Rugged Android - thumb picture In a huge crowd of mid-range Androids, a phone definitely needs something to make it stand out. With the Torque, Kyocera decided to ditch the earpiece and go for the rugged design that includes Military Spec 810G and IP 67 certification. In order to...

Samsung Galaxy Fame S6810 review: Decent Low-End Android - thumb picture The Samsung Galaxy Fame is yet another S III look-alike, a low-end Android that addresses mostly to the budget-conscious customers and younger crowd. Among other interesting features, the smartphone offers a 3.5-inch screen, a 1GHz processor, a 5MP...

Samsung Galaxy Grand I9082 review: Affordable Dual-SIM Android - thumb picture Even if the Galaxy Grand Duos makes a compromise when it comes to the screen resolution and internal memory, it does offer a pretty big big-screen and doesn’t cost you an arm and a leg. The spec-sheet and the dual-SIM support suggest that the phone...

Pantech Discover review: Feature-packed Affordable Android - thumb picture The Pantech Discover seems to be the Korean based smartphone manufacturer’s latest attempt to produce a high-end device after managing to impress us with the Pantech Flex HD during the holiday season. Just by looking at it specs we can see a smartpho...

Oppo Find 5 review: 5-inch Full HD Android - thumb picture Chinese company Oppo has obviously been trying to become an important maker of high-end Android phones lately, and the Oppo Find 5 comes to prove it can indeed produce world-class phones in one of the most crowded consumer electronics category at the...