If you are a regular visitor to AndroidGuys you may have noticed some subtle changes taking place over the last few weeks. Namely, as we discuss various smartphones and devices, we’re linking to specific pages dedicated to said products. In other words, when we mention the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition, we’ll hand off a link to a page gives readers a number of tools and details.
Depending on the model you might find a short blurb about the phone, a link to its official announcement post, links to tagged articles, a gallery, and buttons to purchase the product. Perhaps the coolest thing you’ll see on the product pages is a handy embedded widget with all of the hardware details for the device.
We’ve worked closely with the wonderful team at Graphiq (FindTheBest) to put together a widget that delivers all of the stuff we think you’ll find most relevant to the phones, tablets, and other devices. Starting with today’s top models and working back a generation or two, we’ll continue to add devices and improve the experience.
If you want an at-a-glance view of things like processor speeds, screens sizes, memory, and connectivity, it’s there. Moreover, you’ll also be able to check whether a product has support for 4K video or features a particular screen technology. And, should you want to dig deeper, there’s a link at the bottom to head out to the full Graphiq listing. Once there you can also pin the phone or two against each other to see how they stack up.
The widgets are dynamic, which means they can and will change over time. As software updates roll out or new details are made more obvious, the widget will adapt. You’ll note that we’re also doing this for unannounced products, too. Indeed, it’s a great way to keep an eye on the growing specifications for rumored products.
We’re extremely happy to bring these pages to you and think they’ll help to better serve our audience. AndroidGuys has transitioned away from being a strictly news and rumors site to one that offers more insight, analysis, and guidance. We have a ways to go before we’re where we want to be but today’s news was a big step for us – and you.
Here are a handful of recently announced devices to check out!
Nice, but may i request adding the width/height of the device?
For me, the depth is mainly irrelevant, but the width is (“is this a phone for one handed use?”)
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