We’re just now wrapping up yet another busy week in the Android world.
This week we managed to bring you numerous comparisons, reviews and even a throwback video that we think you’ll really like. Josh compared the Nexus 6P and the iPhone 6S Plus, Lanh compared the Motorola Moto X Style and the Samsung Galaxy S6, and Gary went incredibly in-depth when comparing the latest and greatest mobile processors on the market. That’s not all, either. We also went back to our roots to go hands-on with the Nokia 3410 – the mobile phone that just about everyone loved.
Our video team has been very hard at work this week, so without any further ado, here are the videos you don’t want to miss.
Flagships going head to head
Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus
The Nexus 6P is one of the best (if not the best) Android smartphone you can buy today. How does it stack up against the latest from Apple? Josh finds out, in this comparison of the Nexus 6P vs iPhone 6S Plus.
SoC showdown: Snapdragon 810 vs Exynos 7420 vs Helio X10 vs Kirin 935
There are tons of different processors out there that power our mobile devices, but which is the best? Gary walks us through a showdown between the Snapdragon 810, Exynos 7420, Helio X10 and Kirin 935.
Moto X Style (Pure Edition) vs Samsung Galaxy S6
The latest from Motorola vs the latest from Samsung. There are tons of differences between these two phones, so which one should you consider? Check out Lanh’s in-depth comparison of the Motorola Moto X Style and the Samsung Galaxy S6.
Motorola Droid Turbo 2 review
Motorola just recently announced the Verizon-exclusive Droid Turbo 2. Want to learn everything there is to know about this new device? Don’t miss Krystal’s full review of the Droid Turbo 2.
Motorola Droid Maxx 2 review
Motorola’s Droid Maxx 2 is pretty much a mid-range version of the Droid Turbo 2. Is this the right phone for you? Check out Krystal’s full review to learn more.
Going back to our roots
Throwback Thursday: a very special hands-on
Mobile phones have changed drastically over the years, and it’s important to remember where they all started. You really don’t want to miss Nirave’s look back at the phone that started it all – the Nokia 3410.
How does Motorola’s ShatterShield tech work?
The display on the Droid Turbo 2 is covered in Motorola’s new ShatterShield technology. What does that mean? Jayce walks us through what makes up Motorola’s new display tech.
Will Samsung stop making smartphones in 5 years?
An analyst claims that Samsung will stop making smartphones in five years’ time. Is he wrong? Check out Matthew’s post below for all of the details, and don’t mis Jayce’s video attached above for even more speculation.