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Verizon's Galaxy Nexus - An extended test of Android's Latest Benchmark


The Galaxy Nexus hit stores late holiday season last year and with Samsung's fierce advertisement campaigns it quickly ascended to the top of the must have list. Word of its beautiful curvacious screen and its cutting edge Android 4.0 software update had not been the topic of conversation since the release of the new iPad. Does the silence from its users mean its truely problem free unlike the iPhone 4? An extended test on the beautiful Nexus answers all these questions and more.

Motorola Droid Razr


Looking at Verizon's new Motorola Droid Razr, it's hard not to reminisce the first device to bear the Razr badge. The first Motorola Razr came out in late 2004 it was the thinnest phone on the market. Ever. And by the end of 2006 it was an amazing success with over 50 million sales.

The original brought a new level of portability to technology. People were astonished by its amazing size and more than satisfied with its feature set. I would mark this as the first time the market chose to stand behind a consumer phone. The great news is that the Motorola Droid Razr has all the redeeming qualities of it ancestors and more.

The Droid Incredible 2


My Review of the Droid Incredible Featured in an article at paramuspost.com.  Check out the meta link below for more details and pictures.

The Droid Incredible 2 is back, and it this time, HTC comes out with guns blazing. The original went under the radar living under the shadow of other Android options. This time around, it packs an unforgettable 4inch display, front facing camera, 1ghz Snapdragon processor, with 768mb of RAM and 16gb of SD storage. It also now more worthy of your pocket book because its status as a “world phone” via Verizon Wireless. With pricing at $200 on a 2-year contract, it is cheaper solution than the 4g options and is on par with the iPhone 4.

All these specs maybe standard fare for the devices already on the market, but the Incredible 2 remain distinct because of HTC’s ability to pack so much into such a small package. The gigantic phones being produced today all pack a great user experience but they are often unpack able themselves.



Motorola Xoom


My Review of the Motorola Xoom Featured in an article at paramuspost.com.  Check out the meta link below for more details and pictures.

Ever since the ground breaking release of the iPad, every device maker has been chasing Apple's coat tails.  Here comes Motorola's Xoom pronounced "zoom".  Powered by the epic one-two punch: Google's new Honeycomb update exclusively for tablets, and constructed Motorola's long standing experience with making devices.  Followed by a swift hook: Verizon's 3g internet standard.  Priced at $599 respectively this price will get you the new 1GHz Dual Core Tegra 2 chip, 1gig of ram, 32gigs of SSD and front and rear cameras.  On top of all this, the device is LTE (4g) ready!  

Hardware aside, Motorola has done a truly great job in assembling all the greatest pieces together in a cohesive way.  The user experience therefore, is far from the typical Android affair.  Browsing is breeze, as well as reading books and listening to music.  


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