Review

Samsung Galaxy Stellar Review

While 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.

Motorola DROID RAZR M Review

The 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.

Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE Review

The newest slide-out hardware QWERTY keyboard rocking smartphone has finally hit the market. That being the brand new Motorola 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 Beam Review

Today we have the one and only 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.

T-Mobile myTouch and myTouch Q Review

This week we've had the opportunity to take a look at the next set of smartphones to arrive for T-Mobile. These are the next generation of 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.

Motorola Atrix HD Review

When the original Motorola Atrix made a scene at CES 2011 with it's dual-core processor and Android 2.2 FroYo it was a big deal -- and a game changer for Motorola and AT&T. Today however things have clearly changed and we're now on the third iteration of the smartphone, with the new Motorola Atrix HD. With top of the line specs, a vivid and crisp screen, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich can this win over the crowds? Read on to find out.

HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE Review

This week we've been given the opportunity to check out the latest DROID to grace the Verizon 4G LTE lineup, and that is the DROID Incredible 4G LTE. This pocket friendly and conservatively sized device comes in at a great price and has some awesome specs to back it up. The new Incredible 4G LTE follows right along with previous models, only this time it's better. Is this phone deserving of your dollar? Read on to find out.

Orange San Diego Review

An Intel processor in a smartphone? It’s more likely than you think. The company has been trying to cram its processors into mobile devices for some time now, with the first sightings at CES 2010, but its taken all this time for smartphones featuring Atom processors to make it to market. The first was the Lava Xolo X900, released in India back in May, then the Lenovo K800, with the Orange San Diego bringing up the rear. That’s what we’ll be taking a look at in this review; how does it stack up to ARM-based offerings? Keep reading to find out.

Google Nexus 7 and Jelly Bean Review

The ASUS Nexus tablet, Google's first tablet in the Nexus family is finally here and it's called the Google Nexus 7. Surely you saw all of our coverage from earlier today. From the announcement post, or immediate hands-on coverage and more, but now we're diving in a little deeper with tons of info and our initial review impressions.