Yesterday we saw the OnePlus One phone officially debuted and knew that it would be fast because of its 2.5 GHz quad-core processor and RAM. However, we didn't know that the phone's speed is most evident in its start-up time. Take a look at this video to see just how fast it can be.
OnePlus has done a good job of making the phone startup within seconds, as you can see compared to the amount of time it takes the Nexus 5 to start right next to it. The amount of time it takes to reboot is longer and this is a pre-production model of the phone, so we can bet the retail model will keep things running fairly fast.
What would it take for you to give up your beloved Samsung, HTC, LG, or Google smartphone? What if a company you've probably never heard of promised to deliver the same things those other phones offer, loaded CyanogenMod onto it, and upgraded the design materials to create a phone capable of competing with those devices. If that interests you, pay attention to the OnePlus One, a new smartphone that costs half as much as the flagships of other companies. Read More »
Gestures will be a major part of the Amazon smartphone set to be released this spring. No, not something as simple as flicking a wrist to launch an app like the Moto X does. The Amazon phone debuting soon will have the unique ability to incorporate gestures within apps and reveal information without having to tap within the app. Read More »
Google has been putting out some great Nexus devices for hundreds less than they should have been based on the specs, screen size, and other hardware. However, those phones and tablets are are still more expensive than some Chinese offerings and the low end offerings from Nokia and other manufacturers in other parts of the world. Rumor has it that price difference is will be changing in the near future.
At Mobile World Congress, Huawei announced a few new devices but none grabbed my attention more than the 7-inch -- that's right, I said 7-inch -- Honor X1 smartphone. While I still don't know if it's a large phone or simply a tablet that makes phone call,s I do know that it's now mine. (Thanks eBay!) I have used it as my daily driver for a few days, not long enough for a full review, but long enough to have few thoughts... Read More »
Google has been working on it's build-your-own modular device called "Project Ara" for a while now with no clear indication of when the public will actually be able to get their hands it. Now Google has given us a timeline....sort of. Read More »
Does the Gear work with my phone? Probably. The Samsung Galaxy Gear supported only one phone, the Galaxy Note 3, when it launched last year. Now it works with several more devices, and so do its successors the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit. Samsung today released an infographic showing which phones and tablets can be connected to its Bluetooth watches to route notifications, answer phone calls, and track fitness. Here's a list of the included devices: Read More »
One of the better features introduced by the Samsung Galaxy S5 is the ability for the phone to accelerate download speeds of files larger than 30MB using a mix of Wi-Fi and LTE. Sadly, AT&T and Verizon models of the phone do not have this option, but only because those carriers have elected to hide Download Booster. You don't need to worry for long, though. Read More »
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