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We've spent time with most of the latest and greatest smartphones with the others having been revealed in all their glory. Find out which ones Matthew Miller thinks are the best.
BlackBerry is getting ready to launch its first Android smartphone, the Priv. We now know all the specs and even a possible price with rumors that official pre-orders may kick off on Friday.
ZTE USA continues to take action to provide US consumers with high spec, low cost smartphones. It dropped the previous 32GB Axon Pro by $50 and added two more device models to the line.
HTC just revealed its Android iPhone clone yesterday and despite the stark similarity, there are plenty of reasons to still consider an HTC One A9.
The HTC One A9 is HTC's latest One series device, that shows a substantial departure from the curved back, BoomSound front-facing speakers, and unique camera innovations of the past.
Google's new Android 6.0 Marshmallow smartphones are now shipping to customers. There are several reasons that businesses should consider them, as explained in this article and the two full reviews.
Many people wrap a protective case around their smartphone. Trident Case offers several models for popular smartphones and we wrapped a couple around our newest smartphones.
As we get closer to the launch of the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, Microsoft is starting to reveal more details about these phones. The camera may be the best ever on a Lumia and I am thrilled.
We don't all spend our day working inside the comfort of an office. For those who work out in the elements, there are phones such as the Cat S40.
Without Microsoft's support of iOS, I'd most likely have left the Apple iPhone behind. Thankfully, Microsoft continues to actively support iOS and propels the iPhone 6s Plus to become my primary device.
ZTE continues to actively engage customers in the US through high quality, reasonably priced products. The new hardware payment program lowers the entry barrier to new buyers.
The new iPhone 6s Plus is the most significant 's' upgrade yet. Another new phone has made it past the expiration of the return period and this one is now serving as my primary device.
Our smartphones are often the computer we use the most and when you are out in the mud, snow, or water you still need a device to perform. The Cat S40 is designed to go into these environments with you.
The Apple iPhone 6s A9 chip was supplied by two different vendors and is sized a bit differently. Testing continues on the new chip to see if there are any differences in performance.
Microsoft continues to fight for scraps in the smartphone market. Launching a product in the US without wide carrier support is unlikely to change the landscape.
UAG is my go-to case manufacturer when a new device is launched. Its cases are lightweight, provide excellent back and side protection, and look great too.
HTC needs to show it remains competitive in the high end smartphone market and on October 20th we'll see if it has what it takes.
Google officially took the wraps off its two newest Nexus devices and I spent some time trying them both out. These will appeal to consumers more than the Nexus 6 ever did.
Samsung Pay not only supports the NFC payment method found in iOS and Android devices, but also supports MST. This means you can use it just about anywhere you swipe a card in the US.
Samsung radically changed the Note design with the Note 5 by removing the expandable storage option and integrating the battery. However, Samsung also pushed mobile technology to the limits while Apple continues to slowly iterate.