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Hands-on: Panasonic's CM1 may be the best smartphone camera yet

By - March 23, 2015 16 Pictures
There are plenty of smartphones out there which have good, if not great cameras, but even among the best the specs of the Panasonic Lumix CM1 stand out. It features a large 1-inch type 20-megapixel sensor which dwarfs those of most of its rivals, and boasts RAW shooting for more flexible processing. Gizmag recently got to spend a bit of time with the smartphone camera to see if it really is a viable high-end compact replacement. Read More
— Mobile Technology

HTC's Uh Oh program lets you replace your broken One M9 for free

By - March 18, 2015 2 Pictures
If something goes wrong with your smartphone, most manufacturers will cover it for factory defects for a limited time. But what about accidents? Well, if you weren't already paying for an extra (and expensive) accidental damage warranty, then you're usually going to be paying for a new phone. HTC wants to change that with its new Uh Oh program for the One M9. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Samsung Galaxy S6 (and GS6 edge) vs. iPhone 6

By - March 7, 2015 29 Pictures
As recently as a year ago, iPhone vs. Galaxy showdowns required you to choose between premium builds and big screens. But now that the iPhone has a spacious screen, and the Galaxy has a high-end build, you're going to have to base your decision on other factors. Let Gizmag lend a hand, as we compare the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and iPhone 6. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Samsung Galaxy S6 (and GS6 edge) vs. HTC One M9

By - March 5, 2015 28 Pictures
Samsung and HTC have each been launching their flagships at around the same time for the last few years, making Galaxy vs. One dilemmas an annual occurrence for smartphone shoppers. This year, though, Samsung is making it harder for HTC to keep up, as the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge leap forward much farther than the HTC One M9 does. Let's compare the three phones' features and specs. Read More

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