Popular Android Articles for 2016
Samsung brings back microSD and waterproofing for the flagship Galaxy S7, along with a new always-on display and Game Launcher. Does this mix of function and fun make for a[...]
The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge is the best smartphone on the market, hands down. But is it worth paying a premium price for a smartphone when good-enough devices costs hundreds[...]
Check out the HTC One X9, an upper-range model with a spec sheet to suggest it’s the successor to the HTC One A9. You know, the one that looks like[...]
Did you ever take a close look at a smartphone spec sheet? Have any idea what the numbers and letters mean, what they tell you about the smartphone? Read on[...]
Good smartphones are getting cheap, and the $400 Honor 8 is a prime example. This Huawei Android smartphone is good enough on its own. But for its price, it's an[...]
There aren't many small Android smartphones with decent specs, so the Sony Xperia X Compact stands alone. Find out if this pint-sized smartphone can compete with the flagship phablets.
The Motorola Moto Z Play Droid is a mid-range smartphone with an innovative and semi-modular design. It's definitely different from other Android smartphones, but is it any good?
We first saw the Huawei nova plus at IFA 2016, where it was pitched as a mid-range handset with premium features. How well does that hold up? Read on in[...]
We took a Google Pixel XL for a spin. Is this the best Android smartphone? Is this Google’s long-awaited answer to the Apple iPhone? Read on to find out.
The Moto G line of smartphones have a well-earned reputation as the best budget smartphones. The cheapest of the new bunch is the $150 Moto G4 Play. Is it any[...]
Here are great smartphones that offer close to the same performance and features as the flagships, for half the price or less.
The Samsung S7 edge features everything that could make the S7 the Android phone to beat in 2016, as well as a revamped Edge display that adds both pixels and[...]
Google just took the wraps off a pair of cutting-edge Android phones: the Pixel with a 5-inch AMOLED display, and the Pixel XL with a 5.5-inch display. The two seem[...]
The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is big, but that’s not the only reason it’s different. It’s the first Android smartphone with Tango, Google's new 3D mapping camera tech, built for[...]
Samsung has ceased production and the Galaxy Note 7 is no longer available.
There are excellent smartphones coming out of China. And they’re cheap! While some have a small foothold in the US, most only ship to other overseas markets. So how do[...]
The LG G5 is an impressive Android flagship thanks to its innovative modular design, the first in a mainstream handset. Its mobile VR goggles are rather impressive as well.
Apple and Samsung have long vied for US smartphone market supremacy, and in 2016, each has a mid-sized flagship in its arsenal: the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Apple iPhone[...]
This flagship Android phablet delivers a fingerprint sensor, Android Marshmallow, and a mammoth battery. Circumstances in the US market now may favor Huawei, but does this phablet deliver the goods?
We take a closer look at the 5-inch Huawei Nova, and nearly identical, 5.5-inch Huawei Nova Plus.