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LG G5 vs Nexus 6P

We pit the latest and greatest from LG against the best that Google has to offer, in this comprehensive look

LG G5 vs Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

The dust hasn't yet settled and two of the best smartphones are going head to head. Which one will you

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs Galaxy S6 Edge

Does the latest Samsung flagship prove to be a worthy upgrade? We find out, as we take an in-depth look

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs Galaxy Note 5

We pit the best that Samsung has to offer against each other, in this in-depth look at the Samsung Galaxy

How does the SE stack up to the rest of the iPhone line?

The iPhone SE is the newest member of Apple's smartphone line, with a smaller size that makes it more pocket-friendly

The iPhone SE vs. the competition: Small but strong

In the ongoing march to larger screen sizes, the new iPhone SE might seem like a step backwards. But it's

Nexus 6P vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5

When the Nexus 6 was released last year, Google and Motorola took the Nexus line up a notch, bringing the world a powerful Nexus device ...

Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus

Google decided to take its Nexus smartphone line down a new path with the Nexus 6, a premium device that unfortunately featured a price tag ...

Nexus 5X vs Moto X Style (Pure Edition)

Those looking for the best bang for as little buck as possible will find a plethora of options on the market these days. Today we ...

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge vs S6 edge+ vs Note 5: Which one to choose?

Both Galaxy S6 and S6 edge+ share similar specifications apart from the display size. (Source: Debashis Sarkar) After the launch of flagship Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung ...

OnePlus 2 vs OnePlus One

The OnePlus 2 is turning out to be one heck of a smartphone so far, with its super fast fingerprint scanner, updated Oxygen OS software ...

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs. Note 5: a thorough comparison

Samsung is definitely trying something new with the Note 5. I guess they weren’t satisfied with the Note 4 sales, and dramatically overhauled the design, ...

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