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With the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, and LG G4, 2015 looks to be the year of great cameras on smartphones. Today we will be looking at the LG G4. At first glance, the device looks a lot like the G3 from last year. Add to that the slight curve on the display and you may think it’s the LG G Flex 2’s cousin. Ultimately, this is a device that packs a great set of features. These features are sure to make you a fan right out of the box. ...

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Software has always been the Achilles heel for Samsung. The Korean manufacturer has always been at the forefront of making amazing hardware, but when it comes to the software, Samsung has been berated for offering a user experience that is heavily bloated (albeit with some very useful features), unoptimized and not too visually compelling. With the Galaxy S6, Samsung has been rumored to be working on optimizing its software to near-stock Android level, and as we exclusively re ...

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        The iPhone 6 Plus is intruding into Android territory. Thing is, the large-screen segment is already crowded with competitors of large caliber. We’ve already looked at how the Note 3 and LG G3 compare to the new 5.5-inch iPhone, and now it’s time for the OnePlus One to show what it’s made of. The OnePlus One delivers top specifications and an optimized Android experience a ...

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Brief Review Samsung has officially unveiled its new Galaxy Note 4, succeeding the Galaxy Note 3 with the same 5.7-Inch of the screen. It has managed for some of the significant changes to bring killer feature in its new launch.   The previous 5.7-inch display comes in 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, powered with a Quad HD Super AMOLED technology, with 500 pixels per inch. While Samsung has been evolving its screen size this time it kept the same specs. Its original Not ...

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