OnePlus X Review

Straight from unboxing the OnePlus X, it was clear that the OnePlus X wasn’t going to be a typical £199 device, even the box feels like something you’d expect from the likes of Apple, or competing in the £500+, then when it comes to competing against other lower priced devices such as the Moto G,Continue reading “OnePlus X Review”

Blackberry Priv

Blackberry have recently released this, the Blackberry Priv, Priv for privacy and Priv for privilege, whilst the second maybe clearly a naming cue, the first is definitely something very akin to the DNA of Blackberry and something they do feel passionate for. Whilst claiming any device launching with Google’s Android platform with Privacy may seemContinue reading “Blackberry Priv”

OnePlus 2 announced by the company

The announcement came rather as predicted, OnePlus have indeed announced the OnePlus 2, whilst not quite as value for money as the original OnePlus One, it’s still an incredible value for money considering what you get for your money, more on that soon. Whilst the device does feature incredible high end specs that you’d expectContinue reading “OnePlus 2 announced by the company”

Google IO 2015 – Android M, Wear updates and more!

Google IO was upon us this week and it’s fair to say we were glued and excited to see all the latest and greatest Google has to offer the world. Typically Google takes this opportunity to show off the latest version of Android and further updates across the board all around Google, and this yearContinue reading “Google IO 2015 – Android M, Wear updates and more!”

What the Moto E 2015 says about budget Android Phones of today

You can look at Motorola’s latest Moto E one of many ways, on one hand it’s a leapfrog ahead of the first incarnation of the Moto E family of devices announced by Motorola, but then you can look at it at a more broadened range, the state of Android for the budget minded consumer. TheContinue reading “What the Moto E 2015 says about budget Android Phones of today”

Nokia unveil the N1, their first Android Powered Tablet!

If you were wondering what Nokia were up to now that their entire phone division is now part of Microsoft with Microsoft Mobile, and that they only really have less known solutions left? Well, whilst the Nokia that’s left has kept rather quiet since the deal, they’ve randomly decided to unveil a very iPad mini inspired AndroidContinue reading “Nokia unveil the N1, their first Android Powered Tablet!”

Android 5.0 Lollipop – Our First Impressions

Google recently unveiled Android L, then finally revealed what we all knew, that it was called Lollipop, alongside the new Nexus line. But, whilst the new Nexus 6, Nexus 9 are all good and that, sure have their problems, less attention has been given to the new platform running on them coming to existing AndroidContinue reading “Android 5.0 Lollipop – Our First Impressions”

Google announces Nexus 6 by Motorola, Nexus 9 by HTC, all running on Android 5.0 Lollipop!

Today is a pretty big day for Google, despite no corresponding event, Google have finally took the wraps of three of the most anticipated announcements we’ve all been waiting for, the Nexus 6 and 9, as well as the all new Android 5.0 Lollipop they, and many future, Android devices will be running on! AndroidContinue reading “Google announces Nexus 6 by Motorola, Nexus 9 by HTC, all running on Android 5.0 Lollipop!”