Seriously though, what is wrong in the smartphone tech world? Why does the excellent G5 slip through so many people and isn’t popular? Why, why, WHY?!!!
OK, first it’s not for everyone, I understand but, has everyone tried it or just read reviews? Is the Galaxy Note 7 and S7 that good? Is everyone holding up for the expensive iPhone 7?
You can actually get a LG G5 for zero dollars subsidized mostly every where. Also, get a brand new one off Kijiji at 400 bucks, like I did. Or eBay cheap too. Heck, it’s much cheaper than a lot of phones and super nice. Here’s my pros and cons:
Cons: weak light sensor, phone signal fluctuate a lot to my taste but could be because of Rogers. Has too much bloatware, again maybe it’s just me.
Pros: awesome screen, great sound for side speaker, excellent camera including wide angle shooting which is super fun. Fast. Good UI. Aesthetic I love it. Geez, so much good things for me on this phone. It’s my favourite LG phone to date. Give it a shot!
After more than 15 years since I’ve owned the domain name BitBurn.org the rumors heard are true: I am not renewing this DNS come August 8.
The site will remain operational, of course. Free hosting from WordPress stays and the address to access this site will simply be https://bitburn.wordpress.com as usual.
I’ve owned several phones over the passed few years. Some say I’m crazy to switch devices so often! But, hey, I love this new hobby of mine. Plus there are so many great smartphones out there. Samsung, Sony, Apple, HTC, Huawei…and now my new favorite, the Nextbit Robin.
It’s always fun to play with new devices. This one is no exception. It’s actually been a while that I’ve enjoyed a phone this much. At 5.2″ screen size it looks great and feels really good in the hand with its squarish corners, comfortable non-slippery material and loud front facing stereo speakers.
The GUI feels fresh too, without the typical app drawer. But yet, very stock Android almost. No bloatware. No frills. Simple. Well…there are plenty of video reviews of it on YouTube. If you want a great quality budget phone, head down to the Nextbit Web site and order yours for just US$299. Peace out bitches.
For the past few days, the Nexus 6P has been my daily driver. What a phone it is! Beautiful built, big bright screen, great stereo speakers, awesome Marshmallow 6.0.1 looking, eh, identical to my previous daily driver, the Motorola Nexus 6. Like, the same! Well…
The thing is, if you do have the old Nexus 6 and don’t mind the monster size of it, keep it. Don’t upgrade to a 6P. Motorola knew what they were doing and Huawei just copied the Nexus 6 and improved on its size and added a fancy finger scanner and USB-C port.
I think we’re starting to see a device saturation. They’re all equally awesome and all have cool features. Even iPhone. So your last year’s device is still probably good enough for 2016.
I read an interesting piece this pass weekend from The Verge website, about Windows Phone being dead and, you know what, the article is pretty good. Those tards in Redmond seems to be giving up on Windows Phone; now called Windows 10 Mobile.
Last summer I’ve purchased the BLU Win HD LTE and was expecting Windows 10 Mobile to be rolled out to all in the fall, when the Lumia 950 was released but, no. No rollout. Not yet. Not ever it seems. And I remember about 5 years ago of this “iPhone is dead” bullshit from Microsoft…
It’s YOU Microsoft that is dead! You and your Windows Phone. Sorry, but I needed to express my frustrations!
Well, as some of you may know I’m an avid fanboy of technology. I love and use all computing platforms. I’m a huge fan of Mac OS X but also Google Android and Apple iOS. So, lately I’ve purchased a second phone from a small company from Florida called BLU and I got a Windows Phone. Here are my thoughts about the device and platform.
It’s the BLU Win HD LTE and it’s a very neat little 5″ phone. And it’s running Windows Phone 8.1. Obviously, the question beg: How is WP 8.1 vs Android and iOS? Honestly for a geek like me it’s not close at all. It’s heavily crippled by the number of great apps available, including other browsers such as Chrome and Firefox. It doesn’t support third party keyboards either such as the excellent Swift Key. It’s just years behind Android and iOS.
But, for the average users going on Facebook, Tweeting or posting on Instagram it’s just fine. Music, photography and gaming is also good. But geek freaks like me, nope.
But there is hope coming over soon and that is Windows 10 Mobile. For Microsoft and their phone business, everything is hanging on it.