Samsung is putting a lot of steam behind their flagship Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II smartphones that are some of the best on the market, they've also been kind enough to not leave out the rest of the market. That's where the Samsung Galaxy Stellar comes into play. This new budget handset has almost all the top end specs we love from Samsung (almost) while coming in a decent package at a fair price. Lets take a look and see if it's worth it.
LG and Verizon have teamed up to release their own phablet onto the market, even if it's a little late to the party. Known as the LG Optimus Vu, the new Verizon Intuition by LG with 4G LTE is available now and we're taking a look. With the Galaxy Note II quickly approaching does the Intuition have a place in your pocket? Read on to find out.
DROID RAZR M was recently unveiled at a Motorola event by the once Googler turned Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside. With Motorola's new plan to release nicer phones with a better experience can the RAZR M deliver? This smartphone packs a powerful dual-core processor, Verizon's LTE speeds, and Motorola's new edge-to-edge display technology all in a small and affordable package. Lets take a look below.
Archos G10. This new 10-inch tablet will be known as the Archos 101 XS and lucky for us we already have one. Complete with what Archos calls a "coverboard keyboard" all for the low price of $399. Can this compete with the ASUS Transformer lineup, or is it just another tablet? Read on for our full review.
PHOTON Q 4G LTE with the Now Network. Motorola calls this a "triple threat phone" with a great screen, PC-like keyboard, and dual-core processor. Stay tuned to find out how much of a threat it really is.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, a device that's got a 10.1-inch display and a love for S-Pen magic. This device runs Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich and a brand new bit of TouchWiz over the top and has a pen like it's smaller original Galaxy Note counterpart. This device also has front-facing speakers as well as a microSD card slot - and Samsung's most powerful processor yet, the 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos!
Samsung Galaxy Beam smartphone to show everyone. This isn't actually the one and only, as Samsung's released a phone with the same name in 2010. This is a new and improved Galaxy Beam -- just don't look into the light. What we have here is a decently powerful mid-range smartphone, complete with a 15 lumen bright Texas Instruments DLP (Digital Light Processing) pico projector. If you want to stream movies to the wall in your room -- this phones for you. Head on down for our full review.
myTouch devices over on the Magenta carrier and are made by Huawei. These new budget smartphones are essentially identical, only one comes with a QWERTY hardware keyboard. Check out pics and details in our full review below.
Samsung Galaxy Note "phablet" as some like to call it is finally making its way to T-Mobile. The phone has been available for some time both internationally as well as from AT&T, but August 8th T-Mobile will join the list. What makes this phone special you ask? It has a 5.3-inch Super AMOLED HD display that is just massive, but looks amazing. That isn't all either. You should know plenty about the Note already, but if not stay tuned for more details.