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Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Huawei Vision — Review

Looks aren`t always everything, but sometimes they`re enough I`ve been getting to this for nearly 5 months, but I've finally gotten here. To be fair, this phone came out at the same time my Galaxy Nexus arrived. I attended the...

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active — Review

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is certainly one of the top three phones of 2013, but can its more-rugged cousin, the Galaxy S4 Active, live up to the ‘Galaxy S’ name? There’s no denying Samsung have been the success story of...

Moto G 4G — Mini Review

The Google owned Motorola, faced some issues in releasing their first generation of devices. The Motorola Moto X took 8 months to reach our shores, but with the release of the Moto G, it seemed like Motorola found their...

Asus Zenfone 2 Laser — Review

When we reviewed the original Asus Zenfone 2 we found that it was good at delivering above the expectations of someone buying a sub $300 phone, delivering far above what it promised as well. A new iteration of...

Blackberry Priv — Review

BlackBerry a name that was synonymous with the corporate world with its handheld mobile devices. Over the last couple of years -- thanks in part to Android and iOS along with what many would say were bad management decisions...

Nexus Player — Review

Google has been trying to get a foothold in the loungeroom for years. The ill-fated Google TV saw immediate pushback from content creators, while the Nexus Q never made it to market but still holds a special place in...

ZTE Blade V6 — Review

ZTE Australia has certainly gone from strength to strength, with the company bringing a suite of prepaid devices for two of the major telcos. ZTE has also broadened their scope to include a few unlocked devices, including the Blade...

Nexus 7 (2013) — Review

Can Google win hearts and wallets again with this years model? The Google Sales Pitch What if you could have a performance vehicle for the price of a compact city car? Say, a Porsche 911 for the price of a Volkswagen...

HTC One SV — Review

How does HTC's latest instalment in the One line stack up? My love of Android phones has come and gone, and come again. My earliest Android handset was an HTC Magic (the G1 didn't really count) and I loved it...

Samsung Gear VR (2015) — Review

Samsung's Gear VR has gone through three iterations before reaching a review bench at Ausdroid. The first iteration -- the original Gear VR -- was kind of limited, and only worked with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. An Innovator...

Huawei Ascend Mate — Review

Can Huawei compete in an increasingly crowded super-sized phone market? A lot of our time at Ausdroid is spent paying attention to the top tier of Android device manufacturers - while Samsung is doubtless the heavyweight of the Android world,...

Linksys EA8500 — Review

Ausdroid was lucky enough to make the acquaintance of Linksys at the recent Lizzies awards night in Sydney, and we picked up a Linksys EA8500 Router as a prize on the night. Though a prize, we undertook to take...

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ — Review

Samsung has a massive lead when it comes to market share in Android, with a large number of handsets aimed at all levels of the market. Their top tier devices obviously get the lions share of the attention though...

Motorola Xoom II — Review

Has the Xoom 2 lived up to the expectations and hype? The original Motorola Xoom was a huge step for the rapidly growing Android environment, carrying Android 3.0 Honeycomb and bringing a new "tablet friendly" operating system to users. ...

LG G4 — Review

LG's G4 is the third major smartphone launch this year, following on the heels of HTC's One (M9) and Samsung's Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge double attack. As with 2013, LG was a little late to the party,...

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