LG G Pro 2 – A Review from the Road

LG G Pro 2 – A Review from the Road

If you’ve been a fan of LG’s Phablet line then the LG G 2 Pro should be greeted with open arms, if you’re unfamiliar with what LG has been up to, well…you’re in for a …

UMI X1-Pro: A $105 Android smartphone review

UMI X1-Pro: A $105 Android smartphone review

Today we are looking at a super affordable 4.7 inch Android smartphone from a UMI, the X1-Pro. Running Android 4.2.2 on a quad-core MediaTek processor, the UMI X1-Pro can be purchased for a snap above …

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Gionee Elife S5.5 review: The skinny on the skinny

Gionee Elife S5.5 review: The skinny on the skinny

Mobile Geeks take on the world’s slimmest ever smartphone, the Gionee Elife S5.5. With chiseled good looks and solid mid-range hardware, is this sleek $350 slab simply too skinny for its own good? Or do …

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Motorola Moto E Review: The New Entry-Level Standard

Motorola Moto E Review: The New Entry-Level Standard

The Motorola E is ready to shake up the entry-level smartphone market, with prices starting at around 90 Euros in developing countries and emerging markets, and just 120 Euros in Europe. Motorola is following a …

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iPhone 5s Clone: Full Review

iPhone 5s Clone: Full Review

Today at Mobile Geeks we’re going to do something a bit different. Instead of reviewing the next flagship device from Samsung, HTC or Sony, we’re going to look at white-box smartphone from an unknown manufacturer …

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HTC One mini 2 Benchmark Video

HTC One mini 2 Benchmark Video

Of course, one of the first things that any geek worth his weight in salt does after acquiring a new device, is run some performance benchmarks. The urge to equate the performance of a device …

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HTC One mini 2: The Full Review

HTC One mini 2: The Full Review

The HTC One mini 2 is the successor to the HTC One mini smartphone that was released in August of last year. It is a 4.5 inch Android smartphone that essentially follows up on last …

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