Review: LG VX-8100
The 8100 is a great phone for diving headfirst into the VCAST universe. It's brilliant color display and quick EV-DO browsing are backed up by large stereo speakers that give online content a great sense of weight. The 8100 does a great job of presenting Verizon's VCAST service as a great source of entertainment. Many times using while testing we chose online video content over whipping out an iPod for short periods. Outside of that walled garden however, the 8100's substandard camera, simplistic UI, and unimpressive battery keep this phone from fulfilling it's potential as the ultimate multimedia handset.
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Review: Kyocera DuraXE for AT&T
Kyocera's latest rugged clamshell for AT&T boasts LTE and mobile hotspot powers, in addition to its in-your-face attitude and truck-like build. This compact phone may include only the most elemental functions, but it has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Review: Coolpad Conjr
Coolpad's latest smartphone for the U.S. is the Conjr, a low-cost Android handset that's sold unlocked.
Review: Google Nexus 5X
The 5X is just half of Google's new lineup of Nexus phones for 2015. This LG-made handset includes a fingerprint sensor, full HD screen, and 12-megapixel camera.