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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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.
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 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[...]
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.
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[...]
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[...]
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.