HTC is really trying its best to improve on their profits. It seems to be working considering they had their first profitable quarter in quite some time. They really did
Most of your favorite devices from companies like LG, Samsung and HTC may be manufactured in China, but these companies are all headquartered elsewhere. Today companies like Oppo, Meizu, Xiaomi
Remember Phonebloks aka Project Ara? Yeah, that “crazy” modular smartphone concept by Motorola which Google took over and has been working on ever since. Well, it turns out Google has
Galaxy S5 Mini’s images and specs leaked last month and they were spot on. Samsung announced its shrunken down Galaxy S5 today, let us see what we get. Samsung Galaxy
Google released a promo video showing off Android “L” on various devices and situation as a part of Google I/O
Google really had lots to say at this year’s Google I/O. We definitely expected a promo video for it and Google delivered. Video runtime is around 2 minutes and it
Blu Products is one of our favourite trendy brands featuring a variety of devices to meet the needs of smartphone consumers alike. AndroidGuys had a chance to have some of our
Due to be unveiled at an event in Seattle tomorrow, the Wall Street Journal have reported that the upcoming Amazon smartphone will be exclusive to AT&T. Amazon are expected to
As device functionality develops and you begin using your smartphone for more resource intensive tasks, the age old question is beginning to rear its head as to if RAM in
Deciding which Android smartphone to buy can often be a difficult decision, with many different manufacturers offering varying specs, hardware combinations, and screen sizes. If you’re undecided about just which
Earlier this month Oppo announced its N1 Mini smartphone, a not so “mini” smartphone. Not even 2 weeks later we get yet another device announcement from Oppo, the Oppo R3.
We all know battery life is one of the main fields that should be improved when it comes to smartphones. We have all this power in such a small body
Huge phones aren’t foreign territory for Samsung, far from it. They basically started the phablet game with the Note line and a year ago they released their Galaxy Mega devices.
We all know that Samsung like to throw everything the come up with out there for people to try, what sells they stick with and continue selling what doesn’t they