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Huawei SnapTo Cell Phone – Unlocked It can be easy to lose track of all the other great smartphone OEM’s that are out there when it seems that HTC, Samsung,
Yep, it’s that day of the year where you have to be careful with what you read and even more careful of what you believe? Why? Because companies and websites
Unparalleled Build Quality HTC has been in the Android business for quite some time now (more on that later), and during that time, they have learned a great deal about
Motorola on Tuesday introduced its Moto Maker tool for its Android Wear-powered smartwatch, the Moto 360. Head to the Motorola website today and you’ll find you can pick and choose
AT&T’s prepaid brand, Cricket Wireless, today confirmed intentions to offer the Motorola Moto E (2015). Arriving on Friday, March 13, the handset will cost $129 and will not require a
While today’s smartphone screens are all getting bigger, brighter and sharper, the technology used to produce the wonderful images we see varies among different smartphone manufacturers. You may have noticed that
Sprint on Friday announced the Moto E (2015) is being offered across its prepaid brands for a mere $99 without contract. Available immediately, the phone is offered at Boost Mobile
Motorola has announced a brand new Moto E today, that has all sorts of new goodies such as 4G LTE, a quad-core processor, and Android Lollipop. All for the price
Motorola’s latest smartphone, the second-gen Moto E, delivers 4G LTE at a rock-bottom $150 price.
Today, many people only own one camera and they always keep it in their pocket. It is their smartphone. This has caused phone manufacturers to constantly improve the cameras and
Many of you may have read the report by OpenSignal that came out this past August. In it OpenSignal gives a frightening view on just how fragmented the Android ecosystem
It’s no big deal to expect a fingerprint sensor on a flagship device of this generation given that there are some previous generation devices already rocking one. But to my
Samsung has hinted at lowering their overall mobile device lineup by about 30%. The driver behind this is cost. Having less devices to launch should lower the overall cost of doing
In almost any phone article on any website, you will find people fighting over what phone is better. These arguments range from iPhones vs Android phones to different Android manufacturers
On Google+, Motorola stated that an Android 5.0 Lollipop update is coming to the Moto G in India and the US. While it’s only a staggered rollout, it’s at least