Samsung Galaxy S6 Review
We've seen advancements in this area with Sharp and LG creating devices with super small bezels, but then again, they don't have the hardware the S5/S6 has (fingerprint scanner). . As most Galaxy users will know, these arguments were laid to rest ...
April 15, 2015
Google Nexus 6 (32GB)
the edge. It's just as powerful (if not more so), it has more productivity features like the super-handy S Pen, and its design better handles the large size. . Given the iPhone's LCD screen and the other two's AMOLED display, there were obvious ...
November 13, 2014
One More Look at AHR Expo 2015
Airxchange high capacity energy recovery wheels will deliver 15,000 to 60,000 cfm. The high-strength wheel will provide years of reliable operation. It relies upon the metal frame, rather than energy transfer media for its strength. It will not corrode ...
March 11, 2015
Featured Review: Xiaomi Mi4
The Mi4 is a top-end 5-inch Android phone with a super high quality built that appeals to the aesthetics of a 4th generation iPhone, but places plenty of other design elements from various Android phones into the mix as well. The Mi4 features a 5 ...
September 28, 2014
Nexus 6 review
The Nexus has always been used as a benchmark for developers to create optimized software experiences, so once again Google looked to a Qualcomm solution — this time, the top-of-the-line Snapdragon SoC — to facilitate such advances. Subjectively, the ...
November 12, 2014
HTC One (M8)
Technically speaking, we're looking at a Super LCD3 display at 1080p, covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Nothing . HTC says total output is about 25 percent louder, thanks to a new amplifier and some extra space carved out behind the speakers ...
March 27, 2014
Moto G review
The IPS LCD screen doesn't have the fullest colour reproduction like the HTC One and LG G2 or the deepest blacks like Samsung's high-end Galaxy smartphones (Galaxy S4 or Galaxy Note 3) with AMOLED screens do, but it is bright and colours are Unlike ...
February 5, 2014
As the first plus-size smartphone from Google, the Nexus 6 isn't a simple upgrade from the Nexus 5. And when Dave Burke, the company's VP of engineering, first handed us the 6-inch handset, he encouraged us to ask not, "What is the right size for... It was a clever comment on his part, for if you think of the Motorola-made Nexus 6 in those terms -- as a do-anything-and-everything tablet replacement -- then it's a fantastic device. With a top-of-the-line Snapdragon 805 processor, a gorgeous quad HD display, a nimble camera that can take ultrasharp photos, and that large screen, the Nexus 6 gives you more room for things you really do on a smartphone, mainly checking email,... That said, even as other manufacturers rush to build larger phones, the jump to the Nexus 6 is a debatable move on Google's part. Size does matter, and by breaking from companies like Apple and Samsung that make both phone and phablet models of what is essentially the same handset, Google risks alienating users who consider it too big (it's heavier and wider than other big...
Android is different than iOS in so many fundamental reasons it’s striking when switching back and forth between the platforms, but MIUI tries to bridge that gap by creating a sort of hybrid between the two, and Xiaomi’s latest flagship phone... The Mi4 is a top-end 5-inch Android phone with a super high quality built that appeals to the aesthetics of a 4th generation iPhone, but places plenty of other design elements from various Android phones into the mix as well. Then there’s the fact that Xiaomi launched its brand new flagship phone with the same old version of MIUI that the Mi3 runs, but did something rather unique. This review is going to focus on the phone you’re going to get today if you ordered it, pre-packed with MIUI 5 running Android 4. 4. 2 KitKat, and my next review will focus on what’s changing in MIUI 6 and how that improves (or doesn’t) the... Specs 5-inch 1080p IPS LCD Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2. 5GHz Adreno 330.
“I’m going to drop this thing for sure,” I thought the first time I held the Nexus 6. The sixth Nexus is duly termed: it’s a large phone, with a 5. 96-inch screen size. it’s also a massive investment, over double the price of last year’s Nexus 5. But being bigger, it also has an opportunity to overcome many of the criticisms levied against former Google-branded devices. Can it reliably match the latest Samsung, LG, Sony or HTC device spec for spec. One reason for comfort with Google’s decision to price the Nexus 6 so high is that, at least on the surface, the device is nearly identical to its Moto X counterpart. Surely one can forgive the lower-resolution screen, smaller battery, moderately older CPU, different camera module and other minor differences. The new Moto X, an excellent smartphone, is hampered by the same deficiencies as last year’s Nexus 5: a poor camera and disappointing battery life. As we’ll see, there is reason to celebrate: the Nexus 6 improves upon its predecessor’s camera by a wide margin (though not enough), and battery life is finally no longer a cause for concern. But the device is still rife with flaws, both on the hardware and software size, and with the speed at which OEMs appear to be rolling out Lollipop updates to its devices — the LG G3, Moto X, even the Galaxy S5 — Nexus’s software advantages won’t... That’s the sentiment one can glean from the device’s spec sheet, starting with the 5. 96-inch QHD display.