Phone Reviews

Jun 14, 2014

Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G review: Extra large and light on the wallet

Huawei (pronounced  Wah-Way) isn’t the most well known name, at least in the U.S., but that hasn’t stopped them from becoming one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world. The … Read More

Jun 5, 2014

Moto E Review: A cheap smartphone worth buying

If I asked you which phone is Motorola’s best selling phone of all time, you would probably answer with the Moto X. You would be wrong as it is the Moto G, which is a budget phone. Budget phone … Read More

May 7, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S 5 review: Sticking with what already works

It’s hard to believe we are already on the 5th generation of the Galaxy S phone. The Galaxy S series is by far the most popular line of Android smartphones, and the reason is simple – mar … Read More

Apr 17, 2014

HTC One (M8) Review: The Rolex of smartphones

Last year, the HTC One (M7) received a ton of praise from just about every media outlet including yours truly. It was simply the best phone on the planet at that time, but as great as it was, HTC wat … Read More

Feb 19, 2014

LG G Flex review: the birth of a new era

The flexible and bendable display era is finally here. Last year, both LG and Samsung introduced smartphones with flexible displays. Neither of which are getting all that much excitement since the di … Read More

Jan 3, 2014

Moto G review: Finally a budget Android phone to get excited about

Motorola isn’t the most successful Android manufacturer, but they sure made some noise in 2013. They proved that the user experience is the most important ingredient in making a great phone, no … Read More

Nov 27, 2013

HTC One Max review: Bigger isn’t always better

Although not as successful as they had hoped, the HTC One was highly regarded by the tech community, including myself. HTC had a clear winner in terms of design so they figured they would build upon … Read More

Nov 20, 2013

Nexus 5 review: A fantastic value, but not a flagship phone

It’s amazing how popular Nexus phones are considering they get so little mainstream attention, but hardcore Android fanatics go hog wild for them. Each year around this time, Google releases th … Read More

Nov 5, 2013

Galaxy Note 3 review: Still the king of phablets

It was two years ago when Samsung unveiled the very first Galaxy Note, which ended up starting the phablet craze. However, it wasn’t just about the “size” of the Note, it was the fu … Read More

Oct 11, 2013

LG G2 review: Is this LG’s breakout phone?

LG is one of those companies that you know very well. They make great products, but when it comes to smartphones, they take a backseat to many of the other Android manufacturers. The good news is tha … Read More

Oct 11, 2013

Motorola DROID Ultra quick review: A Moto X in a bigger body

Motorola’s concentration is on the Moto X, but they haven’t left Verizon Wireless and the DROID line behind. In fact, Motorola signed an exclusive deal with Verizon making them the sole m … Read More

Aug 15, 2013

Moto X review: finally a smartphone with features that matter

Love it or hate it, the Moto X will probably go down as the most controversial phone of 2013. It had as much hype as the Galaxy S 4, and although just about every bit of information about the device … Read More

Jul 12, 2013

AT&T Optimus G Pro quick review: A fantastic phone at a fantastic price

In a mobile world that has been dominated by Apple and Samsung, LG has been quietly making some noise. LG finally made a name for themselves last year with the Optimus G and the Nexus 4, but if you w … Read More

May 1, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Review: The smartest smartphone ever

It’s spring time so it must mean another edition of the Galaxy S line. The Galaxy S 4 was introduced with some pomp and circumstance last month at Radio City Music Hall. The event itself didn&# … Read More

Apr 22, 2013

HTC One review: The best phone on the planet, but is it good enough?

Last year, HTC promised a unified marketing effort with the One brand, but it didn’t seem to go as planned. They started with the One X, One S, and One V. Then came the One SU, One SV, One VX, … Read More