Lenovo P2 Review

Introduction
If you are in store for a big phone with a great battery life and a very affordable price, the Lenovo P2 will inevitably show up as an option.

The 5.5-inch phone by Lenovo features a gigantic, 5,100 mAh battery, a OnePlus 3-esque design, and a price of under $300 (€300).

The P2 also stands out with its one-of-a-kind physical side button dedicated solely to enabling battery saving mode and… with the rather frugal Snapdragon 625 chip running the show, it’s all about maximizing battery life.

Is it a good phone overall, though? Isn’t it too thick? How is the camera? …


Huawei P10 Review

Introduction
Right off the bat, the Huawei P10 has some large shoes to fill. Ahead of the new flagship device of the major China-based manufacturer lies an arduous task – to show that the P9 was not just a one-off success but truly representative of Huawei’s vision for what our smartophone should be.

At first sight, the P10 is a meaningful albeit not drastic evolution of the P9 – it retains the overall design with just a couple of minor but important changes, has beeefed up specs, and last but definitely not least, improves the winning dual-camera, Leica-tuned setup at the rear.

Sounds …

Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) Review

Introduction
For a third time in a row, Samsung starts the year by releasing three new mid-range phones of the Galaxy A series, and the 2017 edition of the lineup is the most impressive yet. Samsung has made three phones that have an exceptional look and feel, just like its most expensive phones, and the new Galaxy A3 (2017) is the most compact, the most affordable and the cutest of the three.

The new A3 (2017) is a 4.7-inch phone with a Super AMOLED display and a look nearly identical to that of the Galaxy S7 with the same stylish glass and metal construction, and even the same high …

LG G6 Review

Introduction
Smartphones are changing. And not in the sort of standard “slightly faster than last year, and with a marginally better camera” way that ends up defining so many popular handsets. With the fresh crop of 2017 flagships just beginning to land, we’re seeing the arrival of a new direction for one of the most familiar, fundamental components of a smartphone’s hardware makeup: the display. And while it may not turn your day-to-day interactions with your phone on their head, changes are coming that threaten to tweak the way we hold our phones, operate them (especially one-handed), and …

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Review

Introduction
Samsung released a pretty strong entrance in the mid-range Android segment with the waterproof 2017 A-series trio, and now we have the largest of them all – Galaxy A7 – to check out on. It shares specs with the A5, which we already reviewed – 14nm Exynos chipset and two 16 MP cameras – but has a half an inch longer display diagonal and a 20% larger battery. Will these warrant the price difference between the two for big screen aficionados? Let’s find out…

What’s in the box:

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) model SM-A720F/DS (dual SIM)User Manual and warranty leafletsSim …

Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ rumor review: design, specs, features, price and release date

It’s never too early to find rumors about a much-anticipated device, especially if it’s a flagship one. That applies to Samsung twice, since the bar is always raised twice as higher with the more popular manufacturers out there. Needless to say, rumors about Samsung’s next flagship will be flying left and right in the upcoming months.
Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on meAfter the excellent Galaxy S7 and S7 edge arrived earlier this year, we have largely set our expectations to “high”. After that unfortunate Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung is …

LG G6 specs review

With the announcement of the G6, LG seems to be sending out a very clear statement: the modular smartphone is dead. After the indisputable market failure known as the G5, the Korean giant seems to have completely pulled out of the race to make the idea of a smartphone with interchangeable parts a reality, and is again pursuing the dream of the conventional flagship. From what we’ve seen so far, that dream has mostly come true: the newly-announced G6 is certainly a capable device, but also one that doesn’t completely shy away from trying out new ideas. That mix of …

BlackBerry KEYone: let's review its specs!

A new age for BlackBerry smartphones has begun — the devices are out of the company’s hands and are being designed and built by TCL. Fear not, BB’s full software suite will still be available on the new handsets. The first product to come out of this partnership is the newly-announced BlackBerry KEYone. Sporting a very classy look and the good-old hardware keyboard, it will make the loyal fans grin. But what’s under its hood? Let’s take a deeper look!

Design
Incorporating a penguin-like, elegant black and white (OK, black and silver) pattern, metallic structure …

This Is Our Review Of The LG P500 Android

The Android platform for smart phones is slowly becoming the standard for numerous phone companies, even LG is jumping on the bandwagon with its P500. Companies like Motorola and HTC got their success, courtesy Google’s mobile operating system and LG’s take on things is represented by the Optimus line. The LG Optimus One P500 Android handset has been gaining a lot of attention from the media since it was announced back in mid-2010 and that is amazing because this Android handset does not have high-end specifications. This LG phone instead tries to attract with a fair price tag without trimming too much on performance and features so users can still enjoy the Android experience and its growing marketplace of mobile apps.

Positive Aspects

A fantastic feature is the fact that this phone still looks like an Android phone, while several features are missing the look remains the same. The 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen display is definitely not the largest but that makes the phone more portable than its bigger Android peers. The phone and some of the applications are essentially faster because of the multi touch feature. This feature is special as ordinarily it is only offered on phones that are much more expensive. Also, you can watch DVD quality movies with this phone. While you can upgrade the phone itself to 32GB with the card slot, when you obtain the phone it only has 170 MB of memory. To lend to the phone’s value, a 2 GB microSD card is already included. In addition, this Android phne from LG can be used as an MP3 player, and it has a 3.5mm headphone jack.

And of course, this phone features WIFI and Bluetooth which comes with all the LG smart phones. A fantastic little feature that also comes included with the LG Optimus One P500 Android handset is the built-in GPS. Navigating through the user interface is rather easy in both portrait and landscape modes, thanks to the on-screen QWERTY keyboard and the accelerometer allows these two views to be changed without any hassle. And if all those features were not enough, the LG Optimus One P500 Android handset also features the 3G compatible network. One thing that many Androids on’t have is the quality of the speaker; nonetheless, that is not an issue with the LG.

Negative Aspects

Again, this phone is more affordable than most other smart phones with Android technology which of course means that had to cut back a little here and there. Although the camera has auto focus, face detection and geotagging, nonetheless this LG smart phone only works with 3 mega pixels. One other drawback is that this particular phone has no Adobe Flash support. This LG smart phone likewise merely comes with a 600 MHz processor, which means while everything can pretty much run without problems, editing documents can be sluggish.

Decision

The LG Optimus One P500 Android handset is one good Android device and serves as a fantastic transition phone to the smart phone world. This LG Android phone is also a good learning phone. You will be able to learn about all the features the Android phones have and will be able to find if later on you may need a more expensive phone with a lot more features in the future. But then, a lot of users got started with the LG Optimus One P500 Android handset and have decided that this more affordable model has all the features they will ever need.

This Is Our Review Of The LG P500 Android

Top Blackberry Smartphones Review

One of the best cellular phones on the market is the Blackberry Smartphone. This phone comes in several different models that provide potential buyers with a variety of phones individualized to mesh with their own personal and professional lifestyles. The newest Smartphone is available in approximately six different styles with many different colors, shapes, and sizes to choose from. The Blackberry Smartphone has the ability to make phone calls, text, email, takes high resolution pictures either at or exceeding the quality of most high-dollar professional cameras, plays music in high quality audio, and even allows its users to surf the Internet for their favorite restaurants or the newest movies playing, where the nearest theater is and show times for that particular theater. Most Blackberry Smartphones now include GPS capabilities with Google maps to ensure that you never get lost again.

The Blackberry Bold 9700 Smartphone has a large high-resolution screen. This screen displays over 65,000 colors that creates vibrant viewing of your photos, videos, and website content. The track pad navigation feature gives the feel of gliding your fingertips over the keys on a laptop to make for easy scrolling through menu options and for easy selection of where you want to travel on your phone. The Blackberry Bold 9700 allows you to download and play music, create and/or watch videos, take high-quality photos with optimal viewing capacities, and speaker quality sound.

You can even sync your phone with your computer so you can pull data and photos from your computer and put them directly on the phone. Also, this phone allows for up to 35 hours of music playback. The Blackberry Bold 9700 can be upgraded for up to 256 MB of flash memory by inclusion of a microSD card. This allows for more room for all your photos, music, and videos. This phone is also inclusive with a 3.2 mega pixel camera. You can also use this feature to record videos and play them back in high resolution quality. In addition, the Blackberry Bold 9700 also provides speedy 3G networking and Wi-Fi capabilities to the Internet where you can download files and browse the Internet faster.

The Blackberry Storm2 9550 Smartphone has many of the same features as the Blackberry Bold 9700. The one feature that sets it apart from many other styles of Blackberry Smartphones is that it has touch-screen capabilities where you can quickly switch between different applications. New features of the Blackberry Storm2 Smartphone are the Next-Generation SurePress Technology and Wi-Fi support. Wi-Fi applications help you connect to the Internet instantly by showing where the highest quality connectivity options are located. SurePress technology allows for error proof typing and provides a virtual keyboard that makes for easy navigation.

The Blackberry Curve 8900 Smartphone is the thinnest of all the Blackberry Smartphones. This phone has a 480×360 pixel screen that offers high quality resolution on photos, videos, video messaging, text, and maps. This phone includes Wi-Fi capabilities as well as an integrated GPS navigation system along with Blackberry Maps. In addition, this phone also includes a 3.2 mega pixel camera that takes high resolution images and videos with the touch of a button. The Blackberry Curve 8900 also allows for optimal mobile streaming so you can virtually take your home stereo system everywhere you go.

The Blackberry Tour Smartphone allows for world phone capabilities on an extremely reliable 3G network. This phone also includes a 3.2 mega pixel camera perfect for high resolution photos and videos and a smooth feel to the keypad with easy navigation features. Whether overseas or in the country, the Blackberry Tour allows you to connect to the Internet using 3G network connectivity from anywhere in the world. It includes a built-in media player and 256 GB of memory already built-in to the phone.

If you’re looking for that one phone that can do it all, Blackberry’s line of new-age Smartphones are what you need for all your needs. If you buy a Blackberry Smartphone, you won’t have to worry about buying a separate GPS if you are constantly traveling. Computers will become “old-school” as everything you can do on your computer you will now be able to do on your Blackberry Smartphone! Take the first step into the new-wave of cell phone technology and purchase your Blackberry Smartphone today!

Top Blackberry Smartphones Review

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