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?
"Monkey see, monkey do" seems to be the way that Samsung and LG operate. When one does something new with the release of an Android smartphone, the other inevitably offers something strikingly similar in its next premium smartphone. How do the latest phones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and LG G2, compare to each other?
The LG G2 and Apple iPhone 5S are different in every way imaginable. Which of the two is the better option? Here's a G2 vs. iPhone 5S comparison to help you make your decision.
The Kyocera Hydro Edge is a phone aimed squarely at people who just want a phone with a couple of extras. The Hydro Edge phone is obviously underpowered, but is it powerful enough to meet the needs of someone seeking a water and dust-resistant Android phone?
Samsung may have kicked off the "phablet" era with the original Galaxy Note, the first above-average sized smartphone people actually liked, but it has since seen many challengers lay claim to title as the best of the bunch. The Galaxy Note 3 and Sony Xperia Z Ultra are the latest big-screen competitors.
Apple and Google have been partners in mobile since the release of the original Apple iPhone in 2007, but they've since become less than friendly rivals thanks to Android's debut in 2008. With their latest releases, the Apple iPhone 5S and the Moto X, which company has the better phone?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is built on the shoulders of a popular smartphone, and it has an extra year's worth of technological advances and consumer feedback. Has Samsung made the ultimate smartphone with a stylus or does it still have more road to travel?
Apple's innovative streak really only rears its head in alternating cycles, so the "S" follow-up tends to be just an improvement on the last device before things really change the next year. The Apple iPhone 5S does nothing to buck that trend, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.