Category Archives: Android

Samsung is forgetting customers with the Galaxy Note 5 not in Europe

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Samsung is forgetting customers with the Note 5 not in Europe

Google reorganises and becomes part of Alphabet

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Google reorganises and becomes part of Alphabet

Why One Plus have got it right and made the perfect smartphone

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Why One Plus have got it right and made the perfect smartphone

LG G4 Review: Best of 2015

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Battery life that last two days plus a large screen that feels small in the incredible package LG have made makes the G4 a winner. In my opinion the best of the 2015 flagship phones with a camera to amaze.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Review

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Samsung has unveiled its latest flagship smartphone in the form of the Galaxy S5, which will launch globally on 11 April, and we got an early look at the hotly anticipated device at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. With a …

LG G Flex review

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LG deserve credit the LG G Flex is truly the start of a new generation of smartphones and with the first curved and flexible display and a self-healing back this is the first new phone since the iPhone that really …

Nokia’s Android phone has Windows Phone-like UI

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Nokia’s Android phone, codenamed Normandy, was originally leaked in November, but a number of recent revelations have provided a closer look at the hardware and its software. Vizileaks has published what appears to be a near-final hardware unit, and some …

Motorola Moto X review

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The Moto X is the first of the new Google owned Motorola range. A phone designed to put the user experience first and not compete in a race to be the most powerful Android phone. Motorola took the stock Android …

ASUS Launches PadFone X for AT&T, ZenFone series, dual-boot Windows/Android hybrid tablet

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Considering all the teasers it had been dropping, we sure had some pretty high expectations for today’s ASUS CES announcement. The company had been hinting at a dual-boot Android/Windows tablet, and a later video sure seemed to imply we’d be …

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro launches in 12.2, 10.1 and 8.4-inch sizes alongside Note Pro

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Samsung has added to its range of tablets with the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro, launched alongside the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 at CES 2014 in Las Vegas. The Tab Pro will come in a number of different sizes. The largest …

Samsung billboard outs Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab Pro ahead of CES

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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab Pro have been outed early as shown by this massive advert on a billboard at the South Hall of Las Vegas Convention Center. Stylus and SIM card slot are visible but otherwise …

Intel to introduce dual Windows/Android OS hybrids at CES

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According to reports today Intel have a big coup due to be announced at CES in the form of dual OS devices capable of running Windows 8 and Android. Intel wouldn’t be the first company to think of such a …