Popular Android Articles for 2015
The Asus ZenFone 2 Laser is a $199 Android smartphone that continues the recent trend of modest handsets focused more on value and price-to-performance ratio than having the best spec[...]
The Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 joins the ranks of the OnePlus One and Moto G in providing high quality at a genuinely affordable price. Here's our review.
SimplyScan is far from unique, but it makes document scanning as straightforward as you can expect from a smartphone app. It's worth a look for Android users hoping to expand[...]
The two most popular super-sized phones are the Samsung Galaxy Note5 and the Apple iPhone 6s Plus. Both these devices are loaded with features and have a high price[...]
Put simply: starting at $180 unlocked, the third-generation Motorola Moto G is the epitome of “bang for your buck.”
The LG G4 and Samsung Galaxy S6 are not only great devices, but they both push and dictate market trends and mobile technology development. So, which is the best[...]
The Moto X Pure Edition is a frills-free Android flagship that starts at just $400. Does the low cost and basic-is-better approach make it worth your time and money? Read[...]
Phablets have exploded to their greatest heights yet over the past year, so if you're looking to get in on the big screen trend yourself, here are our five current[...]
Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge puts an interesting, innovative, and sadly inessential new tweak on one of the best large Android phones available today. Here's our review.
The Sony Xperia Z5 Premium sports similar specs as the other phones in the Z5 line, but it has one spec that sets it aside from every other smartphone on[...]
A beautiful mid-range device that serves as a smaller version of the true P8 with lower specs, the P8 Lite sells for only $250 unlocked. Is it still worth your[...]
Good news power users. Samsung is taking the best part of BlackBerry, the QWERTY keyboard, and making it a case.
The curious Kodak IM5 aims to make smartphones a little less complex for baby boomers and younger folk. We took it for a spin at CES last week.
Now that the weather’s getting warmer; it’s time for spring cleaning. But this should include some digital cleaning, specifically organizing that cluttered mess you call a phone or tablet.
This $10 smartphone can't be any good, right? The LG Lucky LG16C hits new lows in terms of price, but let's find out how low it goes in terms of[...]
With 13-megapixel cameras on its back and front, the HTC Desire Eye is capable of taking some of the sharpest selfies of any phone to date. Here's our review.
It's certainly looks like an iPhone, but the Meizu MX5 is all Android. It's also one of the mid-range Chinese handsets that are known for offering a terrific price-to-performance ratio.
A busted display and lousy battery will ruin a smartphone. Motorola claims it has an answer to that with the Droid Turbo 2, featuring a shatter-proof display and 2-day battery.
Call it rugged, call it sporty. Samsung calls it active. Specifically, Samsung dubbed its latest Android handset the Samsung Galaxy S6 active. It’s a tougher version of Samsung’s impressive flagship.
The Galaxy S6 takes drastic steps towards fixing some of the Galaxy line's biggest flaws, but are all of Samsung's changes for the better? Find out in our review.