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UX Before Specs: The Transition We Needed

Once upon a time, when a new flagship device was to be released, we would be anticipating a big bump in specs. Those days, we all would salivate at the thought of using that phone with higher RAM's, more cores, more megapixels and all that good stuff. A very good depiction of this trend is the transition...

Galaxy Note 3

Samsung Galaxy Note 3, is the successor in the Galaxy Note line, with everything better than all the previous notes you've ever had. Galaxy Note 3 packs a 5.7" screen with a true HD Super AMOLED Display giving a resolution of 1080p. Samsung has upped its game drastically from the Note 2 in the hardware...

The Age of Compromises: A Data-Driven Look at the End of Annual Flagships

Most of us here are Android power users and enthusiasts. We take for granted that smartphones will get better and better every year—we demand ever more from smartphone OEMs, and we get upset when we don't see enough improvement on the latest flagship year-over-year. But the past year in the industry has been disappointing for...

ZenFone 2 Specs

Reviewers say: A good device is a highly competitive niche. Cheap, fast, big, flawed. Read the full detailed review of the ZenFone 2 right here on XDA. Check out the ZenFone 2 forums on XDA for themes, ROMs, root tutorials and much more! Launch Announced Released Android Version Skin January 2015 March 2015 Android 5.0 Zen UI Camera Aperture Photo Resolution Optical Image Stabilization? Video Capture Front f/2.0 4128x3096 (13MP) No [email protected] 5MP Performance CPU Cores Speed RAM ROM GPU Intel Atom Z3580/Z3560 4 2.3GHz (4GB),...

Moto G 2015 Specs

Reviewers say: Battery life on the Moto G is fantastic, as is the performance. Fit and finish is above expectations for this price point, but the camera produces inconsistent results. Another downside for this phone is the display, which is only 720p resolution and offers "dull" colors. But ultimately, it's hard to fault the Moto...

Nexus 5 Specs

Reviewers say: The display on the Nexus 5 is crisp, but is less saturated than displays found on other similar phones. Reviewers tout the excellent performance of the Nexus 5, but complain about the camera, which is inconsistent. Finally, some reviewers note the unexciting, though utilitarian design of the Nexus 5, which offers a good...

OnePlus One Specs

Reviewers say: Battery life on the OnePlus One is top-notch. The camera is mediocre, and the lack of microSD slot and removable battery is a negative. However most reviewers agree that the price of the OnePlus One makes for a fantastic value that is very much worthy of consideration. Visit the XDA OnePlus One forum for in-depth discussion...

LG G3 Specs

Reviewers say: The G3 is made from plastic, and reviewers find this to make the phone feel cheap, however lightweight. The camera, with its added features, does indeed produce above-average results. Many find LG's UI to be light enough to not get in the way, unlike other OEM Android skins. Visit the XDA LG G3 forum for in-depth...

OnePlus 2 Specs

Launch Announced Status Android Version Skin July 2015 Expected August 2015 Android 5.1 Oxygen Camera Aperture Photo Resolution Optical Image Stabilization? Video Capture Front f/2.0 4128x3096 (13MP) Yes [email protected], [email protected] 5MP Performance CPU Cores Speed RAM ROM GPU Snapdragon 810 4+4 1.8GHz (A53) + 1.8GHz (A57) 3GB, 4GB 16/64GB Adreno 430 Communications WiFi Bluetooth LTE NFC? SIM Type 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac v4.1 Yes No Nano, Dual Battery Capacity Talk Time Fast-Charging? Wireless Charging? Removable? 3300mAh No No No Dimensions Weight Height Width Thickness 6.17 oz (175 grams) 5.98" (151.8mm) 2.95" (74.9mm) 0.39" (9.85mm)

LG G4 Specs

Launch Announced Released Android Version Skin April 2015 April 2015 Android 5.1 LG UX 4.0 Camera Aperture Photo Resolution Optical Image Stabilization? Video Capture Front f/1.8 5312x2988 (16MP) Yes [email protected], 1080p @ 60fps 8MP Performance CPU Cores Speed RAM ROM GPU Qualcomm MSM8992 Snapdragon 808 4+2 1.44GHz A53, 1.82GHz A57 3GB 32GB, microSD Adreno 418 Communications WiFi Bluetooth LTE NFC? SIM Type 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac v4.1 Yes Yes Micro, Single Battery Capacity Talk Time Fast-Charging? Wireless Charging? Removable? 3000mAh  19 - 20hrs Yes Yes - Qi Yes Dimensions Weight Height Width Thickness 5.47 oz (155 grams) 5.86" (148.9mm) 3.00" (76.1mm) 0.39" (9.8mm)

Galaxy Note 4 Specs

Reviewers say: With a big phone comes a big battery, and the Note 4 does not disappoint in this department. Reviewers also talk up the camera, which takes fantastic photos and videos regardless of lighting condition. On the downside, many feel that Samsung's UI is still over-bearing to the point of adding too much complexity...