Last year’s LG G2 was a great all-round experience, although we weren’t too sold on the cheap-looking plastic design. Thankfully the LG G3 doesn’t just improve on specs, it also looks much nicer. It’s still plastic, but the faux-metal look is sleek and shiny, and the phone is tough enough to survive a tumble.
Seeing as giffgaff have just started selling a range of 20 different handsets, I thought it would be a great idea to look at the phones available and give advice on which phones on this list could appeal most to you.
One of the biggest frustrations when using a smartphone is running out of power in the middle of the day. In this article, we showcase the top 10 smartphones for all-day battery life. We’ll also discuss the different methods of comparing battery life.
Today we'll be conducting our full review of the Nexus 5, Google's latest smartphone. If you haven't heard of the phone, you should take a look - this is a high-end phone with a mid-range price, equipped with the very latest version of Android.
Is the Nexus 5 as good as it sounds? Read on to find out, as we evaluate the Nexus 5's design, hardware and software. We'll also be examining the phone's camera and provide some benchmarks, for the photographers and Android enthusiasts in the audience. Let's get started!