Blu Life One X 2016 Review

Posted: May 11, 2016


The Blu Life One X 2016 is the first device we have reviewed from Blu. To be honest, we weren’t expecting much from a phone with a $150 price tag, but were pleasantly surprised by the quality of this device. In fact, the Blu Life One X has ousted the Motorola Moto G as our recommendation for the best budget phone. If you are looking for a new phone but have less than $200 to spend, you can’t go wrong with the Life One X.

Pros & Cons

  • Great value
  • Bright 1080p display with accurate colors
  • Excellent battery life
  • Expandable storage
  • Unlocked
  • Not the latest Android OS
  • Camera suffers in low light and dynamic range is limited
  • Charges slowly
  • Only 2.4GHz Wi-Fi

Samsung Galaxy S6 Review

Posted: March 26, 2016

Samsung Galaxy S6

Every year we get a new smartphone from Samsung in the Galaxy S line with top notch specifications, a great display, and a good camera, but packaged in a plastic, cheap-looking body with a bloated and slow user-interface. This year Samsung has finally listened to the critics and redesigned the Galaxy S line to provide a well performing smartphone that looks good and isn't held back as much by its software.

Ting Review 2016 | In-Depth Analysis

Posted: March 23, 2016

Ting Mobile That Makes Sense

has a totally different approach to wireless service compared to other mobile carriers. Instead of charging a set amount each month for a "plan" there are simply tiered rates for different services. Ting charges you for what you actually use in three separate categories: minutes, texts, and data - everything else is free.

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