Android, Featured

Spice’s launches its first KitKat Phablet: Stellar 600

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After being perpetually stuck on Android 4.2.2, the tribe of Quad-Core-Mediateks seem to finally be making the move to Android 4.4 Kit Kat. In the last few weeks we have seen devices by Xolo, Micromax running KitKat. Instead of supporting their current devices and giving them the software update, manfuacturers decide that launching an entirely


Android, LG

Android L Changelog reveals interesting tidbits


Take a look at the screen grab from today’s I/O 2014 Live Stream. That’s pretty much a summary of the new features introduced in Google L Interesting features include: USB Audio (This is huge for audiophiles!) Bluetooth 4.1 Support H.265 video codec support Personal Unlocking Document Centric Multitasking Do Not Disturb (on stock Android!) Closed


Featured, LG

LG G Pro 2 Review: A Phabulous Phablet

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Love them or hate them, there’s no denying that phablets are a legitimate and increasingly popular form factor. Started by the Galaxy Note, we are now on the third generation of these devices. LG’s first foray into the phablet game with the Optimus G Pro was non spectacular. The market response was lukewarm and we


Android, Motorola

Moto E Benchmark Rundown – It Can Perform

Moto E Review

We’ve had the Moto E with us and are putting it through its paces. Here’s what it packs- A Snapdragon 200 Processor equipped with: + Quad ARM® Cortex™–A5 CPU at up to 1.4GHz per core + Adreno 203 GPU + Hexagon QDSP5 for low-power operations  Benchmarks We benchmarked the Moto E with a smattering of the


Android, LG, Unboxing

Unboxing the LG G Pro 2 [VIDEO]


We have LG’s G Pro 2 with us for review. The phone packs quite a mean bundle. If you don’t count the just announced LG G3, this is LG’s flagship and targeted at the Note 3 crowd. Last year’s LG G Pro was strictly okay and didn’t cause any waves. However, after the marvel that