The Oppo N1 is an Android phone that runs CyanogenMod out of the box and has hardware features you won’t see on any other phone, like a rotating camera and a rear touch panel.
A complete Android system for your TV – not a Chromecast, not an adapter for your phone – no additional hardware required. Android “TV sticks” are mini computers running Android. They have no screen, instead they output directly through HDMI to your HD television. They’re pretty powerful little machines – the equivalent of a mid-range Android tablet – and easily outgun a Raspberry Pi for only a few more pennies. There’s a wealth of existing Android apps to choose from – so is it worth getting one, and precisely what can you do with them?
Want a cheap, high-end Android smartphone? The recently released $350 BLU Life Pure strikes a great balance between price and performance for an unlocked phone.
The ZOPO ZP998 smartphone sports an eight core processor, 5.5-inch screen and more for around $300. But how does it perform?