Windows Phone fandom hasn't been very kind to Verizon in the past. Nokia and Verizon must have realized a change was necessary because the companies opted not to name its latest Windows Phone, the Lumia Icon, with the same naming conventions.It's a fitting switch, because this isn't a by the numbers smartphone.
There's never been a phone quite like the LG G Flex. The G Flex is a device with a large imprint and an unavoidable curve. That's both the selling point of the device and potentially it's greatest weakness. So which is it: virtue or flaw? Let's find out.
Switching from an iPhone to an Android comes with its setbacks, including having to repurchase or replace some of your favorite apps. The recently released Moto Migrate tool makes it easy to transfer contacts from an iPhone to Motorola, as well as calendar events, with the touch of a button or two.
Sony has a habit of releasing smartphones in the US months after they've already been seen in Europe and Asia. The Xperia Z1S shortened the wait time somewhat, but is the Sony Xperia Z1S still a phone worth experiencing?
Of the small number of phones that have been update to Android 4.4 Kitkat, three standout: the Google Nexus 5, Moto X, and HTC One Google Play Edition. Which of these smartphones is the best to own?
Motorola spent four years selling its phones by making the argument that power trumps everything else. Then it did a swift about face with the Moto X, a phone that said power is good but effectiveness is great. The Moto G takes that plan to the extreme.
Giants of the world, a phone befitting your massive hands awaits. In recent months, we've seen the release of some extra large smartphones like the HTC One Max, Nokia Lumia 1520, and the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3. All are large enough to approach tablet territory, but which of the three is best?
Nokia has yet to release a quad-core, 1080p HD smartphone - until now. With the release of the Nokia Lumia 1520, Windows Phone finally has a device to take on the Android phablet sector.
When the best thing that you can say about a camera is that it's not bad, it doesn't exactly inspire confidence. Obviously the Nexus 5 isn't an elite camera, but how does it stack up to some other popular cameras released this year? Here's a Nexus 5 comparison to some more respected shooters.
Every Nexus smartphone is supposed to represent something important for Android, but not every Nexus smartphone makes sense. Does the latest smartphone from Google serve as a benchmark for Android or is just another device?