Tag Archives: smartphone

Addressing Battery Myths: The Best Way to Charge your Smartphone

There are many myths surrounding charging lithium-ion batteries, and it can be hard to decide what’s fact or fiction. And thankfully, as smartphone hardware and software becomes more energy efficient, this problem is becoming less of an issue for consumers. But with the advent of fast-charging tech and bigger batteries, the question remains, what’s the best way to charge?

Moto Z2 Force Review: Modular Design Persists with Minimal Changes

Lenovo has taken great strides to bring the Moto brand of smartphones to the head of the Android pack. And following their attempt to bring modular to the masses in 2016 with the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, they’re up to it again this summer with the Moto Z2 and Z2 Force.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Review: The S7 Edge has Evolved

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the most stunning handheld devices around this summer. And although Samsung has taken a hit in the news lately for fraud and “batterygate” with the Note 7, we gave this beauty a full review with some astounding results. For the full details, read on below.

LG G6 Review on Verizon: LG’s Most Promising Flagship Yet

In 2017, the technology gimmicks are dying and slam-dunk design paired with state of the art hardware is prevailing. What does that mean? It means LG has finally learned to build flagships without scratch-proof plastic and cheap gimmicks. For the full monty, read on below for Tech Void’s review of the LG G6 on Verizon.

Popsockets Review: The Best Smartphone Accessory

Smartphones are ubiquitous these days as are the problems associated with owning one. Many of these include hardware issues, but I’m talking about something even more relatable–gravity. Dropping your phone, trying to pick up your phone, and looking at your phone from awkward angles in bed are constant issues (first world problems) people encounter.

LG V20 Review on AT&T: LG’s Phablet Experiments Continue

Last year LG unveiled the V10, a giant smartphone (or phablet) with a 2.1″ second screen above its 5.7” Quad HD display. It felt as robust as Droid Turbo 2 with a ruggedized back and a solid aluminum frame. It was far too large for the average consumer, yet it was weirdly satisfying to use. We called it “bold,” “sexy,” and “clean and industrial.” It had a decent dual-camera and wonderful internal specs. And we generally really liked the thing.