Andrew

Andrew is a co-founder of DeviceCritique. As a tech savvy individual, he aims to explains tech in a simple manner while also providing support for those who need help with their devices or computers.

Zedge App: Custom Wallpapers and Ringtones

If you haven’t already tried this app, the Zedge app allows users to find some great custom wallpapers and ringtones for their Android or iPhone smartphone device. With a large selection of almost everything, your smartphone background and ringtone will never get too bland and generic. Most of all, everything is FREE to download, including the app.

Sony’s Portable Camera Lens For Smartphones

Sony recently introduced two portable camera lenses for smartphones, DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100, each model comes with different zoom. Smartphone cameras have always been limited due to their need to be smaller and more compact but there has never been a balance that will allow users to have more zooming ability with more megapixels and high quality photographs on their smartphone devices. Sony may ha...

Sony Xperia Z1 A True Portable Camera Phone

Get ready for a true portable camera phone. Sony announced the new Xperia smartphone known as the Xperia Z1. This smartphone’s main feature is it’s 20.7MP camera with camera hardware that will offer users excellent photo quality through a smartphone. Users who enjoy taking photos will definitely find the Xperia Z1 a true portable camera phone. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Announced: Is It Too Big?

The next iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Note series has been announced. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is coming out as a bigger version than it’s predecessor, Note 2, with newer hardware and software features. However, would this device just be getting to the range of being too big? 

Durable and Shatter Proof Smartphones

Looking for durable and shatter proof smartphones that will give you a reliable and premium build quality? Here are some smartphones you should check out based on their strong build quality.

Android 4.3 For HTC One Coming

Android 4.3 for HTC One is coming soon, upgrading the device from it’s initial 4.1.2 version that came out of the box. Android 4.2.2 and 4.3 are not major upgrades, so skipping ahead to Android 4.3 from 4.1.2 will make it easier for carriers in Canada and U.S. to roll out to customers with one less release needed.  

Fingerprint Scanner On Mobile Devices

Are fingerprint scanners going to be a new hardware feature on future mobile devices? As the iPhone 5S and the upcoming rumoured HTC One Max are reportedly going to feature a fingerprint scanner, it could be a start of a new hardware featured on mobile smartphones for added security options.

Super Sized HTC One Max

If you really liked HTC One’s unibody aluminum design, get ready for a super sized version. HTC’s phablet device known as the HTC One Max will look identical to the HTC One, except it will have a 5.9 inch screen size. With such a great design found on the HTC One, there isn’t really any reason for HTC to change the looks yet, except to only make it much larger.

Android Device Manager Boost Security

Google has launched their Android Device Manager that will allow users to track their Android device(s). The Android Device Manager can also erase all data on the Android device through your computer on a Google account, which will help those who lost their Android device to keep private information off the wrong hands. 

Moto X: Design Offers User Personality

The highly anticipated Motorola Moto X smartphone will bring design customization and hands-free functionality. It is the first Motorola smartphone that was designed by Google since taking over the company. It’s specs may not be what you want, but it’s design customization can give it some personality that fits the user.  The Moto X smartphone features were leaked weeks before an annou...

Android 4.3 Update

Last week, Google released a minor update for Android, from 4.2.2 to 4.3. Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 device users should’ve received this update by now. This update brings in a small feature that allows users to create profile restrictions when there is more than one profile on the Android device. We are still waiting for Android 5.0 (key Lime Pie) which should offer new features and better functio...

Google In Your Living Room: Chromecast

Ready to enjoy media content from your smartphone and tablet devices onto your HDTV? Google is entering your living room to help you stream content onto your television through a low cost device known as Chromecast. A tiny device that is wireless and goes into your HDTV via HDMI port will allow you to stream YouTube and Netflix content off your Android, iOS and Chromebook devices which will allow ...