Being open is both a blessing and a curse. One the plus side, others can run hog wild. In the case of Google's Android operating system that means manufacturers can build handsets to their heart's content. Large. Small. Cheap. Premium. They can run near stock Android (Moto X Pure) or come...
Chinese tech companies are going direct. Huawei Honor 6 Plus is another example of low-cost mobile device being sold without a U.S. partner.
Praise. Praise. More Praise.
Plus: When will Amazon jump into the wearables market?
Thanks the G3's slim bezels, LG has managed to package a 5.5-inch screen into a body not much wider than the HTC One.
What's most interesting about the G3 for many of us Android fanatics is that it could reveal what the next pure Google Nexus phone will look like.
Much love. BUT two issues with the HTC One (M8): (1) That insane $699 unlocked price and (2) that wasted bezel space with the HTC logo.
The real challenge facing HTC is not the lack of a feature, or that it makes what is arguably the most beautiful phone, Android or otherwise. It the bottom line. As in the financial bottom line.