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Huawei Ascend Mate - A Powerhouse Phone With Prominent Battery Life (Part 3)
The limits are most realizable on graphics performance. GLBenchmark result suggests that’s available, but launching some games clarifies the problem more. Though some old games such as Riptide GP runs smoothly, the heavy games such as Real Racing 3 has reduced the frame rate down to 1 digit.
Huawei Ascend Mate - A Powerhouse Phone With Prominent Battery Life (Part 2)
Mostly, Emotion UI of Huawei is a minimum activity. The factors such as customized lock screen, 3D Home and the themes are enough to remind us that we haven’t chosen the wrong Nexus, but mostly the company still stays loyal to the Holo interface concept of Google, no matter what the result is.
Huawei Ascend Mate - A Powerhouse Phone With Prominent Battery Life (Part 1)
No one accuse Huawei for being a fashion slave. The body of Ascend Mate is a definition of a utilitarian: aside from the speaker and the 8MP rear camera, the back and the sides are dominated by the matte plastic layer. While this makes other phones from LG and Samsung look like a work of art, it provides solid grasping which is almost essential to a large-size phone like this.
Asus PadFone Infinity - An Convertible Phone Goes Full HD And Beyond (Part 5)
With Qualcomm's Snapdragon 600 SoC and 2GB RAM turning up on almost every flagship Android device these days, we do not need lengthy intro about how powerful this chip in terms of calculations and graphics rendering.
Asus PadFone Infinity - An Convertible Phone Goes Full HD And Beyond (Part 4)
As mentioned before, the PadFone Infinity shares the same 13MP image sensor as the PadFone 2, except this newer device comes with a brighter f/2.0 lens. Plus the fact that Asus has more time to optimize the sensor's firmware, not surprising that we are seeing better results this time.
Asus PadFone Infinity - An Convertible Phone Goes Full HD And Beyond (Part 3)
Asus also made some minor changes in other areas. First, the "Pad only" tab in the application tray of tablet mode is still there, in which users can filter pad-only applications for quick access. There is also one small drop-down menu in the application tray to sort apps by name, frequency, or download time.
Asus PadFone Infinity - An Convertible Phone Goes Full HD And Beyond (Part 2)
What you will not find on the Infinity is a slot for microSD expansion, so you will have to choose carefully between the 32GB and 64GB models. But as the 2 Padfone, Asus offers 50GB of cloud storage, free for 2 years. Additionally, there's always the handy, but less elegant USB OTG for storage expansion via flash drives.
Asus PadFone Infinity - An Convertible Phone Goes Full HD And Beyond (Part 1)
The Padfone Infinity is definitely the best phone Asus has ever made, and it is a worthwhile upgrade from the PadFone 2 even for the specs alone. Thanks to new industrial design on the phone, we are confident that it will be more noticeable than its two predecessors.
Disgo 9104 - An Android Tablet That Runs On Ice Cream Sandwich
Many will write off the Disgo as a no-name brand, but the 9104 is worth a second look. It's the first budget Ice Cream Sandwich tablet to emulate the iPad's 9.7in screen, but this 1024x768 capacitive IPS screen has a 4:3 ratio.
Fuhu Nabi 2 - A Great Kid-Friendly Tablet
California-based Fuhu makes some bold claims about its nabi 2 kids' tablet, which bears a passing resemblance to an Etch A Sketch. The firm is so confident in its abilities that it compares it to an iPad 2, Kurio 7 and LeapPad2.
GoClever Tab A73 - A Powerful And Universal Internet Device With Capacitive Touch Screen
GoClever is new name in Android tablets and, like many companies, manufactures them in China. Oddly enough, the Tab A73 is the spitting image of the Kurio 7 children’s tablet, albeit in a more demure grey livery and without the rubber bumper.
GoClever Tab R974 - A 9.7in Tablet
The Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD and Barnes & Noble Nook HD are all proof that decent budget tablets do exist. But these tablets are all loss-leaders, designed to encourage content sales or boost Android platform popularity; the GoClever is not. Unlike the Fire and Nook, though, it does offer access to Google Play.
LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer - A Great Tablet For Kids
Our crack team of kid reviewers couldn't wait to get their hands on the children's tablet from LeapFrog. If grown men and women can get over-excited about the prospect of a new iPad or Samsung Galaxy smartphone, just imagine the bed-wetting anticipation of children hearing about updates to their favorite gadget toys.
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga - A Convertible Notebook Computer
This Lenovo is one of a new breed of tablet-laptop hybrids, inspired by Intel's Ultrabook design and running Windows 8
Toshiba AT300 - Androi Powered Tablet
There are lots of ports and connections, including Micro-USB and Micro HDMI, which allow you to connect external storage and a large-screen TV. A full-size SDXC card slot means you could even pop in the card from your camera to share and edit photos.
VTech InnoTab 2 - An Innovative Learning Tablet For Kids
In the run up to Christmas 2011 the InnoTab and LeapFrog LeapPad sold out in toy shops across the country as parents snatched up these most popular new kids’ gadget gifts. Now VTech has updated its children’s tablet with the InnoTab 2, just weeks after Leapfrog’s new LeapPad2 hit the shelves. It costs $134, and is available in blue or pink models.
Acer Iconia Tab A110 - A 7in Android Tablet
This tablet is both thicker and heavier than the Nexus 7, and its square sides make it feel larger than it really is. It’s just 49g heavier than the Nexus 7, but you’ll certainly notice the difference.
Acer Iconia Tab A510 Android Tablet
Style-wise, the A5I0 looks and feels much like the original iPad, although its I0.Iin screen has a wider aspect ratio. The resolution is higher at 1280x800, but this is standard for an 10in Ice Cream Sandwich tablet.
Archos 101 XS - Archos' Best Tablet To Date
The 101 is the first Android tablet from Archos’ new XS range and one of the thinnest we’ve seen at just 8mm. It comes with a keyboard that converts into a cover when you’re not using the tablet, but there’s no battery in the keyboard.
Asus VivoTab Smart - A Full Windows 8 Tablet
Asus has a knack of producing high quality, solid devices, and on that front, the VivoTab Smart is no exception. The 10.1” tablet feels comfortable to hold and reassuringly well built in the hand, despite weighing in at a modest 580 g. In fact, it felt a bit like a larger Nexus 7 in some regards, at least on the surface, which certainly counted in the VivoTab Smart’s favor.
Barnes & Noble Nook HD - A Cheap 7in Tablet With A Stunning HD Screen
Barnes & Noble is an established chain of bookstores in the US. Its 7in Nook HD weighs about the same as an iPad mini, and is comfortable to hold in one hand. It’s available in white or grey, and with 8- or 16GB of storage. A microSD card slot lets you boost this capacity.
Time For A Bigger iPhone?
You can’t just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they’ll want something new,” Steve Jobs famously said, referring to the way in which Apple isn’t known for looking to its competition, or even to its customers’ whims, when it comes to developing future products.
HP ElitePad 900 - A Well-Built Business Tablet
There is no shortage of consumer orientated tables on the market today, but HP’s ElitePad 900 takes a thoroughly different approach, aiming squarely at enterprise users, to laudable effect.
Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite Android Tablet
Huawei, in association with Google, have released a new 7” tablet with their MediaPad 7 Lite. Can it compete against the likes of the Nexus 7 or Asus FonePad?
These Four Kings The Top Small Tablets Available
While there is no shortage of 9.7” to 10.1” tablets from which to choose, with Apple’s vaunted iPad still reigning supreme, over the year or so another tablet category has been quickly gaining prominence – the 7”-8” device.
Alternative iOS Browsers for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch (Part 3)
Skyfire is the most expensive browser on test here, not least because its developer pulls the mean trick of producing separate versions for the iPhone ($2.96) and iPad ($4.44). Other browsers reviewed here use a single app approach, meaning that you only pay once thanks to Apple's App Store policies.
Alternative iOS Browsers for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch (Part 1)
Chrome’s main trick is to sync with Google HQ so that your bookmarks, tabs, passwords, and the Omnibox ‘memory’ of sites on the desktop Chrome browser (or Chrome OS) are mirrored on your iOS device. Additionally, the Send to Mobile extension for desktop Chrome lets you forward pages to your mobile device for reading later - even if the device is offline.
Apple - Celebrating 7 Years Of Success
Two important factors have now made this a reality the death of Steve Jobs and the taking over of the UI design from Scott for stall by Apple industrial design guru Sir Jonathan Ive. With the champions of skeuomorphism (apps that resemble their real-life counterparts, such as Notes resembling a lined notepad) no longer present and minimalist Dieter Rams admirer Ive in the driving seat, it seemed that iOS could finally step into the 2010s.
Nokia Lumia 520 - A Very Popular Budget Window Phone 8 Device
In terms of design, the Nokia Lumia 520’s removable matte plastic back cover feels quite sturdy, but lacks the quality feel of the polycarbonate casing employed on the higher-end Lumia models. Beneath this cover resides both the microSlM slot and the non-hot swappable microSD memory card slot that enables users to expand the phone’s 8 GB storage by as much as 64 GB.
Samsung Galaxy S4 - The Best-Selling Android Smartphone
The Korean company opted not to reinvent the wheel with the design of the Galaxy S4, which is actually 3g lighter and 0.7 mm thinner than its predecessor, packing an enhanced 5” (1080 x 1920; 441 ppi) screen that delivers exceptional picture quality. Samsung again ‘clothed’ its king in plastic robes, making this smartphone feel like the pauper to HTC’s princely One, which boasts an aluminum body.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z - Slick Design And Useful Features (Part 2)
The Xperia Z is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, which runs at 1.5GHz and is paired with 2GB of RAM. It’s seriously fast. Android flies along, with no sign of stuttering and little time spent waiting for applications to load. In our Geekbench and SunSpider benchmarks, the quad-core CPU lost out a little to the higher-clocked dual-core chip in the Nexus 10, but you won’t notice the difference in everyday use.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z - Slick Design And Useful Features (Part 1)
Sony’s Tablet Designs have always bordered on the unusual. The wedge-shaped Tablet S was supposed to look like a book or a folded magazine, while the clamshell Tablet P was ideal for slipping into an inside pocket or handbag. The Tablet Z is almost normal by comparison, but it’s easily Sony’s best Android device to date.
Nokia Lumia 520 - Does Nokia Really Need Another Budget Windows Phone? (Part 2)
The Lumia 520 handled Windows Phone 8 quite well, with its top-notch cellular components offering decent HSPA+ speeds (often up to 21Mbps download), on par with the other smartphones we tested on the Vodafone network in London. In some places, it received an extra signal bar over fancier phones, so reception is definitely on the strong side.
Nokia Lumia 520 - Does Nokia Really Need Another Budget Windows Phone? (Part 1)
These sacrifices seem pretty easy to understand, and they include things that many smartphone users might not notice, such as the absence of a front-facing camera, camera flash module and NFC. The problem is that specifications are never the whole story. Like any phone, Lumia 520 comes with a few surprises. Please read on and we'll try to know them better.
Cancel Your Phone Line (Part 2)
Those preferring (or needing) to use a USB dongle or personal hotspot won’t find any unlimited deals, but there are some with useful data allowances - up to 20GB per month. These do tend to work out much more expensive than phone-based deals, though. Pay-as-you-go (PAYG) deals are expensive and not cost-effective for tethering purposes.
Cancel Your Phone Line (Part 1)
Mobile phones now dominate our lives, meaning that for many people a traditional landline exists only for broadband. Basically, you have to pay landline rental in order to get online.
Sony Xperia SP – Good Lights, Camera, And Performance (Part 4)
The Xperia Z slightly bests the SP in several categories, but that is what is expected based on its extra cores and additional gig of RAM However, as they said, the proof is in the pudding. General performance is stable on the SP. The flipping through menus and home screen panel is pretty fast.
Sony Xperia SP – Good Lights, Camera, And Performance (Part 3)
The Xperia SP has a primary 8MP camera with a backside-illuminated Exmor RS sensor and f/2.4 lens, which is capable of recording 1080p video at 30fps. Sony has chosen a paltry VGA (0.3-megapixel) camera for the front-facer that lacks any advanced settings or features save for snapping stills while recording video, but it'll do for selfies and video chat.
Sony Xperia SP – Good Lights, Camera, And Performance (Part 2)
The 4.6-inch TFT LCD screen of the Xperia SP has the same Reality Display technology as the Xperia Z, though with lower resolution, 319ppi. However, the screen is not as good as the Z's screen, even after you take into account the lower resolution. We can’t know whether there is too much light passes through, or whether the closest to black it can get is a very, very dark blue, but the blacks are simply off.
Sony Xperia SP – Good Lights, Camera, And Performance (Part 1)
Sony Xperia SP is not some kind of Xperia S and P fusion. Its design is very different from the sum of its moniker, although the transparent element that defined those devices makes a comeback here.
 
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