As expected, at MWC 2015, Samsung launched its flagship devices for 2015 – the Galaxy S6 & Galaxy S6 Edge. At a time when Samsung is facing a fierce competition, the duo has the task to bring back the good times for the Korean giant.continue reading
HTC has just announced its flagship for 2015 – the HTC One M9. HTC One M9 packs a 5″ 1080p display of a Super LCD3 variety with minor improvements. On the front are traditional BoomSound stereo speakers, now improved further by 5.1 channel Dolby® Surround sound simulation.continue reading
There’s no doubt that Samsumg has been a tremendous leader in the mobile space, atleast when it comes to sales. As the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturer, Samsung is doing a lot of things right. In fact, other OEMs could stand to take a lesson or two, or even five, from Samsung’s ideology. Here are some good places to start.continue reading
From the heights of the HTC Desire, the world’s first true iPhone competitor, HTC had fallen dramatically, and sales were in the gutter. It had something like 10.7 percent of the market at its best – and this is already a distant memory, a figure dating back three years by now. Arguably an underdog in the mobile industry now, but it hardly matters with the pace with which the industry is progressing. Fans and tech enthusiasts love the brand and will think more than twice before they go with another company. With that said, let’s take a look at what HTC is good at.continue reading
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Our list of the Best Android Phones with the right mix of performance, functionality, features and design is finally here.
Desire 320 is not the only smartphone HTC launched at CES. The HTC desire 826 also breaks it covers at CES and becomes the very first device from the Taiwanese manufacturer to run lollipop out of the box.continue reading