Consumers are accustomed to paying a premium for an iPhone, but will it work for a Google phone?
I think the answer is no.It's not worth upgrading your smartphone in 2015.Especially if the phone you own is less than two years old.Recent handset releases from Apple, Samsung, LG, Sony and Motorola are proving to be incremental. Long gone, it seems, are the days when a new model...
Watch out Samsung and LG. As Chinese manufacturers begin selling Android devices direct to consumers, how will the Android mobile landscape change?
For those with upgrade-itis (hey, I've had my Nexus 4 for six months already... an eternity!), the HTC One could hold us over until either the X-Phone or Nexus 5 lands in the U.S.
With a bunch of us running Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphones - now coming up on their one year anniversaries - the LG Optimus G Nexus could be a tantalizing upgrade option, especially for those of us who are contract-free.