Review: Pantech Crux
The Crux uses a capacitive touch screen, which is a bit of a surprise. Resistive screens are less expensive than capacitive, but Pantech went the extra mile here. As far as touch sensitivity is concerned, the Crux performs well on the hardware side of things. Accuracy is spot on. There is a definite lag in the way the Crux performs, but it appears to be related to the user interface and not the touch screen itself. In addition to the capacitive touch display, the Crux has a capacitive touch button on the front face. It is a Home button that always takes users back to the main home screen. This button always worked immediately.
Review: Alcatel Idol 4S with Windows 10
Alcatel modified its impressive Idol 4S and swapped Android for Windows. This high-end Windows 10 handset boasts a solid spec sheet, attractive design, good build quality, and a reasonable price point.
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: ZTE Warp 7 for Boost Mobile
ZTE's low-cost Warp 7 finds itself amongst some fierce competition in the middle of Boost Mobile's lineup of Android smartphone. This big-screened handset has conservative styling, but scores well on core functions such as call quality and battery life.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for Verizon Wireless
Samsung's top-of-the-line smartphone for 2016 is the Galaxy S7 Edge. This curvy beauty is a powerful addition to Samsung's roster of Android smartphones.