Review: AT&T Quickfire
Along with the QWERTY keyboard, the Quickfire has a capacitive touch screen for user input. It is not the most responsive screen I have ever tested. Truth be told, the Quickfire's screen only responded to about 60% of touches the first time. I had to re-press the screen multiple times to make menu selections and navigate from screen to screen. What makes matters worse is that there is no feedback at all. The Quickfire doesn't have haptics, and without them (on this phone, anyway), it makes it more difficult to use. Lastly, there is no way to calibrate or adjust the sensitivity of the screen
Review: Kyocera Verve for Sprint
Kyocera still knows how to make a basic smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard, as evidenced by the Verve. This low-cost handset handles calls and messaging - though not much else.
TCL Reveals the BlackBerry KEYone Smartphone
TCL today announced the KEYone, a BlackBerry smartphone that combines a large screen, full QWERTY keyboard, and hardened Android software in an aluminum body. TCL first teased the phone at CES last month, but has now shared all the KEYone's details.
Review: BlackBerry Priv for AT&T
The Priv is the first BlackBerry to ship with Google's Android operating system rather than BlackBerry's own BBOS. BlackBerry opted for Android in order to expand the number of apps available to the phone, but it was sure to install its key messaging and security services to make the Priv more attractive to potential business users.
Review: LG V10 for AT&T
The V10 from LG includes a secondary display and advanced camera features. This massive Android smartphone is a flagship-class device thanks to good specs, solid build quality, and decent all-around performance.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge for Sprint
Here is a look at Samsung's premiere device, the Galaxy S6 Edge. This Android smartphone has a unique curved screen, an excellent build, and an impressive spec sheet.