Review: LG Xenon
The Xenon is LG's latest attempt to merge touch phone on the outside with QWERTY messaging phone on the inside. Does the result taste as good as it sounds?
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AT&T adds the LG Xenon to its roster of inexpensive messaging devices. The Xenon has both a touch screen and a full QWERTY keyboard. This device segment is quickly getting crowded. Is there anything that makes the Xenon stand apart from the gaggle of good touch screen texters?
Review: OnePlus 6
The OnePlus 6 is the company's latest attempt to convince you that ultra-pricey flagships are unnecessary; why spend $800 to $1000 on a phone when you can get one that's nearly as good for just over $500? The 6 is an attractive metal-and-glass device that has the latest design from OnePlus, the latest specs from Qualcomm and others, and the latest Android software from Google.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S9+
Samsung's flagship handset is here and it's a curvaceous, complex piece of consumer electronics. The Galaxy S9+ seemingly has it all: the good looks, the high IQ, and the killer skill set that sets it atop the Android pedestal.
Review: WinnerGear Hero Wireless Earbuds
Fully wireless earbuds are finally becoming more mainstream and options abound. If you're looking for a way to enjoy music that doesn't involve cables, cords, or wires, something like the WinnerGear Hero is one way to get a taste of freedom without breaking the bank.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S7 Active for AT&T
Samsung's latest semi-rugged smartphone for AT&T dials back the good looks of the Galaxy S7 in favor of a stronger, studier frame. The S7 Active is tough enough to take a tumble without the brick-like bulk of some fully rugged handsets.
Review: Sony Xperia X - Unlocked
The Xperia X is an unlocked Android smartphone that Sony is selling directly to consumers. The phone departs from Sony's Xperia Z series in ways that are both good and bad.
My favorite phone to date
Options are a persons best friend, redundant keys and buttons help you find the fastest route to something. Yes you do need to get used to the task manager button (bottom center) but for flexible ppl its not that mind bending.
Music through stereo bluetooth could be stronger. I use an a2dp fm transmitter in my car.
Also buried in the phone is an RSS reader under the web pages icon in multimedia. What a pleasant suprise, you can adjust how often it updates and a green icon appears when it updates at the top of the screen.
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