Verizon Wireless has had the LG Lucid available for some time now. Coming as a follow-up, the carrier has recently released the Lucid 2, which has landed in the mid-range lineup as a budget friendly device. The LG Lucid 2 brings 4G LTE connectivity along with a 4.3-inch display and relatively slim design. Perhaps nicer for some, the handset is available for free on a two-year agreement and has a wide variety of additional accessories. With that being said, we have recently spent some time with the handset and have a bit to say about the device -- so, read on to see if this is one you should consider or simply ignore.
Facebook experience on Android, simply called Facebook Home. If you want an even deeper experience the HTC first smartphone will also be available on the same day, April 12th, for you to enjoy Facebook in all its glory. We've had a chance to take Facebook Home for a spin lately and you'll want to read on to see if it's a worthy home screen replacement, or just a gimmick by Facebook to stay relevant.
HTC One here in the United States. Here with the AT&T version of the HTC One, we've got 4G LTE connectivity and a device build that's essentially identical to the original international edition of the device. What's changed is the radio inside and the software build - but only ever so slightly. Here you've got the addition of a few AT&T-specific apps so you're running right with big blue - otherwise it's all sweet!
Revo headphones from Jabra. Specifically, we have been using a set of the Jabra Revo Wireless headphones that begun shipping earlier in the week. The Revo Wireless headphones come with the promise of a durable design, having been built for comfort and as being able to offer outstanding sound. As far as the comment about sound, that goes to the part about the headphones having Dolby Digital Plus. Otherwise, continue reading the review to see what we thought about the quality and comfort as well as the battery life.
Torque smartphone. The announcement actually came towards the end of February and key to that, the Torque has arrived as a full touchscreen smartphone that is built to Military Standard 810G. While these rugged devices tend to not have us quite as excited as some of the other non-rugged smartphones these days, we have to say that we were pleasantly surprised. Basically, the Kyocera Torque is a rugged smartphone that seems to be able to handle the regular everyday use that we demand from a smartphone almost as well as it can handle the elements.
HTC One will be just one of several massively impressive hero devices released by major brands - and you'll have a really fun decision on your hands. Here at the tail end of Winter in the year 2013 we've entered an age of quad-core mobile processors, wireless connectivity so diverse it'll make your head spin, and cameras on smartphones made much more powerful than your average point-and-shoot. So here we've got the HTC One, the best new hope for the company to revive the once (and perhaps future) glory they've cultivated in the Android universe. The HTC One may very well be your ticket to today's greatest smartphone package of all.
smartphone app downloads, however it seems some of the attention was directed to which case happened to be on the pictured Galaxy S III. To answer the question, the case is the D30 Impact Shell from a company called Tech21.
Pantech to share with everyone. They're usually known for their low priced cheapo phones but the new and improved Pantech Discover looks to shake them of that reputation. This device comes with a 4.8-inch HD screen and more than enough power under the hood to get the job done. All of that is just $49 from AT&T too. Read on for our full rundown on why this could be one of the best budget handsets on the market.