Don't-Miss Android Phone Stories
Amazon's Fire Phone is solid, but it needs a little more time and a lot more apps to be really great.
Amazon's superfans will love it already, but in a few more iterations, it could make Amazon superfans of us all.
There's plenty to like about this powerful phone that comes free of carrier restrictions and offers a whole host of customizable options.
This powerful phone is free of carrier restrictions and comes with a whole host of customizable options. If only other flagship makers could be this wild and free.
LG's latest smartphone boasts features that should be standard for any flagship handset. Consider this a huge step forward for Android's oft-forgotten phone maker.
We can add the new flagship G3 to LG’s strong legacy -- it has to be seriously considered by anyone looking for a feature-filled smartphone.
It's small, handy, and water resistant, but it's missing some UI elements and added features that would have made it a worthy mid-range device.
There's plenty to like about the Galaxy S5, even if it can't measure up to the newly released HTC One (M8) as an Android smartphone.
It's packed with features -- like a vastly improved camera and a new fingerprint scanner -- but how does Samsung's latest phone measure up to other Android phones?
The latest flagship phone from Sony has a vibrant screen and snappy processor. Too bad it's limited to just T-Mobile's network here in the U.S.
The latest version of the HTC One is even more impressive than last year's incarnation.
Without its slick OS, the Nexus 5 would be just another top-of-the-line Android phone.
Samsung threw everything but the kitchen sink into its latest not-quite-a-phone, not-quite-a-tablet. No wonder it's so big.
The third iteration of Samsung's not-quite-phone, not-quite-tablet Note line is one of the company's better phones currently available. But it's also pretty bloated.
More battery life is always good, we just wish the Droid Maxx had done something else to help it stand out from the Android crowd.
If Indiana Jones used a smartphone, this would probably be it.
It's like trying to put a cutting board in your pocket.