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Google Nexus 4 – The Most Economic Smartphone!

google nexus 4Google has recently added a new device to their own branded range of Nexus devices, the Google Nexus 4. Although this smartphone has been manufactured by LG, but it has the world’s most popular search engine Google at its core. This smartphone contains a great collection of the pre-installed Google applications with a newly revised Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. The smartphones that were manufactured earlier under the Nexus brand name had tried to push the boundaries of smartphones Continue reading

Google Nexus 4 – A Great Successor

Google Nexus 4At the same time they introduced the Google Nexus 10, Google introduced their successor in the phone family, the Google Nexus 4. This phone has been made with collaboration with LG and it deserves to be named, a great phone. When compared to its predecessors it has a lot to offer and as the Google Nexus 10 it is made so that it will be used as a benchmark for how future phones should look like and to push developers to make new software in that manner. Continue reading

Oppo Find 5 – Thinnest Phone With The Best Screen On The Market

Oppo Find 5This Chinese company is not that well known outside its country, but they have introduced phablet (phone-tablet), that is nothing but revolutionary, in today’s sense of the word. Their product has stirred a lot of dust, because of the performances and its overall dimensions that are not matched so far.

The phablet is called Oppo Find 5 and it has a 5 inch screen that has a resolution, which even Apples products dream of. Its 5 inch screen works in full HD (1920×1024) 1080p resolution that measures 441ppi, which are more than 100 pixels per inch, when compared to Apples iPhone 5. Continue reading

LG Optimus G – A Great Flagship

LG Optimus GLG has announced and now confirmed their new flagship model, the one to lead the next generation of LG phones, in design as in performances. This phone is still not out yet, but firstly it will find its place in Korea (in its birth place) and after that it is expected to continue its tour in England. The phone by itself is a marble, whilst it keeps LG’s previous design with certain upgrades.

The design of the phone as we said kept the previous rectangular design, but its back cover is glass-coated and it will provide different patterns according to the light. Continue reading

HTC 8X – Is It Up For The Challenge

HTC 8XHTC is coming back strong on the market and now they are trying to overcome the market by introducing their new phones with Win8. To do this, they are introducing their line of Win8 phones and they have two representatives, one for the high-end market and another for the midrange. The HTC 8X- or Windows Phone 8X is their high-end response to Nokia’s Lumia 920. But is it good enough?

The phones’ design looks awesomely familiar, but with its own charm. It has a very slim bezel and the back of the uni-body is slightly curved, with curved edges on the sides. The back panel is made out of smooth high end plastic. Continue reading

Xiaomi Mi-Two – The Chinese Are Pushing The Market Boundaries

Xiaomi Mi-TwoXiaomi is another Chinese company that is coming to the world market and is knocking at the doors. They have been one of the companies that have been lurking in the shadows until recently, but now they are gaining on popularity with their products. Now, they are announcing to put on the international market their newest product the Mi-Two phone, which will be as strong as all of today’s phones, with a cheaper price. Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy Note II – Sometimes Bigger Is Better

Samsung Galaxy Note IISamsung is continuing their trend of building big phones and as a logical step in that direction they took the biggest they had and made it even bigger. The previous Galaxy Note was called a monster of a phone because of its 5 inches, well now it’s time to meet its younger brother, which is on steroids measuring 5.5 inches.

Along with the size being increased, they also amped up a lot of other internals and externals making it look, feel and work better than the predecessor. Continue reading

Asus N56VM – A Fashionable Thai

Asus N56VM

Asus N56VM

Even though Intel doesn’t have a competitor for a while now, this American giant doesn’t sit on its hands. Sandy Bridge was a total hit for desktop computers, as for portable computer systems and when everyone thought that they don’t have anything new to show, in this tick year, they surprised everyone, with their Ivy Bridge. Asus is one of the first ones that implemented this architecture in their laptops. They started implementing new technologies in their laptop in their N5X series and bettering their product by implementing higher quality parts and now this trend has continued with their newest series, NX6. Continue reading

HTC One X – The HTC Flagship And All Its Perks



HTC changed its policy of producing a lot of phones in different segments in one year and now they have made phones in different segments for different consumer audiences. Leading this change is their flagship phone One X, followed by its smaller brother One S then One XL and One V. Even though One X is supposed to be the top of the pop, the main deal, the bomb, the through is that in some things it lacks behind its smaller brother the One S.

The camera sensor is proclaimed by HTC to be the best on the market but, it lacks the quality and produces a lot of noise, even in day conditions. The Tegra 3 chipset lacks behind the newer Krait dual-core processor given in One S, followed by some lacks in design like- no dedicated camera key, micro SIM card slot that is only accessible by a pin and no memory slot.  Continue reading