LG G7 ThinQ 1st Impressions

The LG G7 ThinQ is a great-looking device. Its smooth glass back is easy to hold, and the placement of the fingerprint scanner just below the dual camera array is (finally) the right spot for it. The guys at LG have obviously been listening…

LG V30 review

The LG V10 and the LG V20 were different phones. They looked different, and had quirks that others didn’t have, which made them unique, and a little bit special. They weren’t for everyone, but then again, what is? LG have continued the line…

Moto Z2 Force review

The projector Mod fires up after you press its button and throws the image of whatever is on the screen out to the projector lens and onto whatever surface the lens is pointing at.

Nokia – we’re left wanting

Coming from a long line of impressive and exciting Nokia smartphones in the past seven years, I can’t help but wonder if I would even give the Nokia 8 a second look if it wasn’t a Nokia branded phone.

After my first week with the LG G6

I really enjoyed using my LG G5; it was a good size, worked quickly and efficiently, had a superb camera set up, and it never let me down. Well, almost never. The battery in the G5 isn't exactly what bloggers and reviewers (or presidents!)…

950 XL v S7 v G5 photo comparison

Earlier this year when they were launched, the new Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5 really caught my attention. Could the new Android flagships knock the Lumia 950 and 950 XL off of the top of the pile for camera capabilities and photo…

Time spent with the Lumia 650

I’ve spent about three weeks with the Microsoft Lumia 650 now, and I have to say, for a platform that is “dead”, (haha) all I can feel is disappointment. Not disappointment in the phone (it’s great) but disappointment in the overall…