I finally got hold of the Apple Watch sport 42mm model last year and having worn it for nearly 15 months now I can safely say I love it but i’m also a lot lazier because of it. The main premise of the watch is for quick access to notifications, an extension of your iPhone basically. Is […]Read More Apple Watch ~ 15 months later
So the next flagships from android were announced last night, Samsung and HTC both revealed whats in store for 2015. Samsung however smashed it out of the park with the galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, both bringing a completely new design to the Galaxy line after 5 years of plastic. Now both models feature a […]Read More The Next Galaxy…
So Nokia is gone (for now) and Microsoft are now officially in the phone making business and not just software. The final Windows Phone devices carrying the Nokia name are the Lumia 735 and Lumia 830. I have a green 735 and to begin with its amazing, it has all the makings of a top-tier […]Read More Microsoft Lumia 735 Review
So the Nexus 6 is nearly here and I’m going to say a few bits on it but before that let me just give you a quick rundown on what the Google Nexus line actually is. Google Nexus is a line of devices that run Android. Google manages the design, development, marketing, and support of these devices, but some development and all […]Read More The Next Big Thing: Google Nexus 6
It’s that time of the year again, Another new iPhone! iPhone 6 in Silver, Space Grey and Gold I picked up one a few weeks ago in space grey, Available in 16GB (who would buy that?) 64GB and 128GB. For some reason Apple removed the 32GB version but kept 16GB. iPhone 5C and iPhone 6 […]Read More My iPhone 6 Review ~ Is it worth a change?
Google also finally revealed Android 5.0, known as Lollipop. It’ll be hitting the Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10 along with the GPE devices in the next few weeks, Motorola also announced the Moto X 1st and 2nd gen, G and E will also receive the update this month. Prices for the 2 new devices […]Read More Google goes nuts with the Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Lollipop 5.0!
Upgrade time? Not sure what to do? Want to go Sim Free? If you bought a phone outright then you could drop to £15 or less a month with O2 or GiffGaff, it’d be a lot up front but cheaper each month and in the long run. Heres a list of premium build phones ranging […]Read More What should I do with my upgrade? (UK Only)