Tag Archives: android

Netxbit Robin Review

I finally got around to pinning down my final thoughts about the Nextbit Robin. How do I like it? Check it out below.

A $150 Android phone’s camera challenges the $769 iPhone 7 Plus

The iPhone 7 Plus is widely regarded to have one of if not the best cameras in any smartphone out there. Meanwhile, the Nextbit Robin was released last spring and cost $399. At the time it was described as having a decent, but not amazing camera, and at about $150-200 in most places now, this phone is far more affordable than the iPhone. No one expects the Robin to keep up with the iPhone, but let’s just play a game and see how these stack up.

Is Android O as aggressively boring a release as it seems?

Android O was announced and released to developers in beta form today, and I was very excited to see what was in this new major update. I live half in the Android word as well, so anything new and wonderful for Android is good for me too, so I really want to see something great […]

The biggest upgrade to Android Wear 2 (and The Verge’s weird review)

The headline feature of this release in my book is the ability for apps to be 100% independently installed on the watch. This is a wonderful addition, and is something I sincerely hope Apple adds in watchOS 4. Installing apps directly onto the watch means that they literally don’t need your phone for anything, which is big for 2 reasons.