After reviewing the Sony Xperia Z2, I didn’t think there was an Android phone that could beat it especially with it’s excellent camera, performance, and battery life. The HTC One M8 had stirred quite a bit excitement during it’s initial announcement but the one thing that made me cringe was that it was still using the same 4MP “UltraPixel” camera. I’ve had the M7 before, loved it’s build quality, design and Sense interface but the inconsistent camera was unacceptable. This year’s HTC One M8 promises improvements all around, including the camera so after reviewing and using the Xperia Z2 for about a month, the bar has been set pretty high. To be fair to HTC, I’ve also spent a month with the M8 as my daily driver. Here’s a quick write up on it! Continue reading
I’ve been jumping from device to device within the past few months and I finally stumbled on to a Nexus 5. To be honest I’ve never been a fan of vanilla Android and really didn’t care too much about Google’s Nexus line of smartphones. Earlier in December, I finally decided to take a chance on the Nexus 5 and just play around with it since I was pretty much dead set on using the Note 3. Fast forward to today, I’ve sold my Note 3, Xperia Z1 and now have the Nexus 5 as my main phone of choice.
Instead of going too far into detail about specs, benchmarks, and Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat since they have all been discussed to death on several review sites, I’m just going to do a quick write up… Continue reading