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LG Lucid 3

Today we’ll be taking a look at the LG Lucid 3, an interesting mid-range CDMA smartphone from Verizon. There are methods for you to get this phone without tying yourself to Verizon as your service provider, but that would require you to already have a CDMA-type SIM card in order to use the “phone” functions of the device ( otherwise, you ... Read More »

LG Volt

Today we’ll be taking a little look at the LG Volt, a special kind of phone that doesn’t use the standard GSM networks, and instead relies on the not-so-standard CDMA networks. If you’re not a big fan of those, I would recommend ahead of time to steer clear of this device – while it’s a decent phone which can easily ... Read More »

ZTE Nubia X6

Today I’ll be telling you a few thing about the ZTE Nubia X6 – one of the most powerful phablets available on the market right now. At the current time this is one of the best smartphones out there, but I’m not sure how well it is stocked as ZTE seem to be applying the same “Hunger Marketing” ( over-hyping it ... Read More »

Sony Xperia M2

Today we’ll be taking a look at the Sony Xperia M2, one of the latest low-to-mid-range phones that Sony has released. First off, let me point it out that it has a Dual-SIM version available too ( that actually came out some time before this one ), however, it’s basically identical to this phone aside from the fact that it can ... Read More »

Oppo Find 7a

Today we’ll be taking a look at the Oppo Find 7a. To avoid any confusion, this is the 7a model, not the Oppo Find 7 ( which will come out around next month and will cost about 100 euros more than this one ). In the process of listing all the good and the bad things about the phone ( mostly ... Read More »