Category: Cell Phone Reviews
After nearly a year in waiting, Apple revealed to the world the new iPhone 5. At first glance it is aesthetically similar to the iPhone 4 and 4S. Once you pick it up, it feels lighter. One look at the display and the anti-glare features makes this an awesome screen to look at. Read the rest of this entry »
LG is looking to make a splash with its’ latest L-Series smartphone, the Optimus L7. Loaded with Android’ Ice Cream Sandwich and built with “Floating Mass technology, LG looks to impress with a ,surprisingly, large 4.3 inch display. But are their enough features to entice users to pick up this price friendly device? Read the rest of this entry »
Samsung Galaxy S3 review
Since Samsung became the biggest cell phone manufacturer, surpasing Nokia last quarter, all eyes have been on their latest phone the Samsung Galaxy S III. Given the hype surrounding this phone and rumours of a pre-order list of over 10 million we have to ask ourselves – is this the greatest cell phone ever made? The Galaxy S III cell phone is expected to debut here in Canada on June 20th. Let’s take a closer look at this cellphone.
HTC is looking to challenge the iPhone 4S with thier latest smartphone. BIGGER screen, LTE capable, Android 4.0 with HTC Sense 4.0, not to mention a beautiful design. The features and functionality of this device make it a must have for Android lovers out there. Read the rest of this entry »
For fans of the BlackBerry Curve series, the 9360 model gets a decent grade for its purpose - a value based messaging cell phone. Its affordable at $50 on a 3 year contract or $350 without any contract or tab discount. Let’s review some of the key features of this phone as compared to its predecessors… Read the rest of this entry »
What is sure to be the one of the first in a series 4G capable devices, the HTC Raider looks to deliver a quality smartphone loaded with features and functionality. Compatible on both the 4G(HSPA) and LTE networks, this smartphone is sure to be lightning quick. But who will carry the device and for how much? Read the rest of this entry »
Windows Mango – Nokia Lumia 800 and 710 Review
Let’s face it, Nokia and the North American market are like oil and water – they don’t go well together. In fact, Nokia has lost significant market share over the last 2 years largely to Apple and Android devices. But can its partnership with Windows turn these fortunes around?
The latest device from HTC is nothing short of impressive. The HTC Amaze is loaded with features and functionality that make it one of the must-have devices of 2011. The upgraded version of the HTC Sensation, the Amaze delivers a great user experience. So let’ see what’s under the hood. Read the rest of this entry »
Given that Google bought Motorola this can be considered the new Google made phone. It is the thinnest smartphone in market today at a slender 7.1 mm – by comparison the iPhone 4S is 9.3 mm. This cell phone comes stacked with a powerful dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, an 8 MP Camera, a front facing HD camera, and will have Android 2.3.5 (ginerbread) installed. The Droid Razr ships with 16GB of memory, that’s 16GB on board and it also comes with a microSD card slot for expansion. Don’t let us forget its 4.3 inch Super AMOLED advanced display with qHD resolution which makes it capable to stream Netflix content in HD (first cell phone to do that).
One of the coolest devices of the year will be coming to Canada soon. Samsung and Google have officially launched Android’s first ice cream sandwich smartphone called the Google Nexus Prime. The Nexus Prime promises to deliver an impressive Google experience. The features and functionality on this device are sure to blow users away. So what we can look forward to with the launch of the Samsung Nexus Prime? Read the rest of this entry »