The Nexus 5 has been out for about a week now, and in our opinion, it’s the best “bang for your buck” smartphone that you can currently purchase. That being said, there are a few features that could be better. This week, we’re discussing the pros and cons of Google’s new Nexus 5. Check out the video podcast above or download the audio only version below.
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If you’re looking for an easy way to protect your new Nexus 5, you may want to check out Google’s bumper case. It’s not exactly available through Google Play yet, but it should be in the near fututre for around $34.99. The case comes in four different colors: black gray, bright red, and bright yellow. But is this case really worth the money? Check out the video review above to find out.
Google is changing the smartphone game with its new Nexus 5. This device offers a lot of performance, but will only set you back $349 off contract. Today, we’re unboxing the new Nexus 5 and taking a closer look at the hardware. Check out the “unboxing remix” video above to get an in-depth look at what this new device has to offer.
What’s so great about the Samsung Galaxy Gear. Well, in my opinion, not too much. In fact, for a $300 device, it’s not much better than similar low-budget competitors like the Pebble watch. If you’d like to know exactly how I feel about this new device, check out my video review above.
Over the years, I’ve covered a lot of iOS devices and accessories. I’m sure it’s obviously by now that I prefer Apple devices, but lately, I’ve been exploring other territory. Welcome to my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 review. This isn’t the first Android device I’ve used or made a video on, but it definitely is my first review of one.
Here it is, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. Wow, what a long name, right? Well, names aside, this is the latest tablet release from Samsung and we’re taking a look at it today. Check out the video above for an unboxing, overview, demo, and benchmark test of this new tablet.
Today, we’re taking a look at the new LG G2 from Verizon. I may not be the biggest Android fan, but I now good technology when I see it. This device has a super crisp 5.2-inch 1080p IPS display and its rocking a quad-core SnapDragon 800 processor clocked at 2.26GHz. Check out my video over above for more details on the LG G2.