Product Reviews

How do you choose the right smartphone, cellphone, tablet or even mobile hotspot? Wirefly carefully reviews hundreds of wireless products for you, pointing out not just the latest gee-whiz technology but also who should buy what mobile product. Whether you’re a soccer mom keeping a busy family on schedule or a road warrior business professional, we’ve got you covered with the reviews and products you need to make the best choice for your life.

Most Recent Product Reviews

It Doesn't Get Much Better Than A Samsung Galaxy S III

December 13, 2013 | by Scott Lewis

If you are looking for a great Android smartphone to call your own, the Samsung Galaxy S III could be the perfect phone for you. The GS3 is the perfect combination of powerful hardware covered by a visually stimulating design that fits comfortably in your hand or pocket.

People use their smartphones for different tasks. Watching videos seems to be high up on the list of many of the people I assist in picking their next smartphone. The GS3's large 4.8" Super AMOLED high-definition display is large enough to watch comfortably without straining your eyes, while still maintaining a sharp and crisp HD picture. The GS3's ability to connect to your carriers 4G LTE network will let you stream movies, videos, or even music with minimal buffering and viewing interruptions. If you're like... read more

Samsung Galaxy Mega Android Smartphone

Get The Tablet Size In A Smartphone With The Samsung Galaxy Mega!

December 13, 2013 | by Michele Farlow

The Samsung Galaxy Mega is great because its 6.3-inch HD display allows it to fall into the "Phablet" category which is simply a combination of a phone and tablet. Phablets are becoming more and more popular amoungst Wirefly shoppers and wireless shoppers in general because you get all of the technology of an Android smartphone but with the size of a tablet. Although not quite as big as most tablets, the Mega allows you to feel like you are taking your personal tablet with you on the go. The Mega is large enough that browsing the web, watching your favorite movies, and playing games is clear and beautiful while being portable enough to take with you anywhere. It also adds all of those great calling features that you can only get with a smartphone. 

Moto X by Motorola

The Google Doodle In The Form Of A Smartphone

October 16, 2013 | by Candace Owens

My first experience with the Moto X went much like the one described above. It started with a simple question: What is the Moto X? I Googled it and saw some exciting pictures and said to myself I have to see this in person. So here I am holding one in my hand! Unlike some other smartphones, the Moto X sports sleek rounded corners and a curved back cover. It lacks clunky borders and garners a 4.7" high-resolution OLED screen. While the screen looks HUGE, the Moto X fits comfortably in your hand and feels extremely light. It feels so right that I never want to put it down.

The Moto X is much more than just a cute and stylish phone. It's by every sense of the words a super smart phone. It has a long lasting battery that will give you 13 hours of talk time and 24 hours of mixed use... read more

The Waterproof Kyocera Hydro Elite

October 09, 2013 | by Scott Lewis

The Kyocera Hydro Elite looks like any other Android smartphone, but it's not. The Hydro Elite is a waterproof smartphone that is IPX7 certified for water emersion in up to 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes. This makes the Kyocera Hydro Elite the perfect phone for anyone that has ever lost a phone due to water damage. While some other waterproof smartphone are big and bulky, the Hydro Elite is a lightweight compact Android smartphone that has all the bell and whistles that you expect in you smartphone and a few you might not have known you wanted.

You might expect a new smartphone to come with a solid 8MP primary camera that shoots video... read more

The Sleek And Stylish LG G2 Android Smartphone

October 09, 2013 | by Scott Lewis

The LG G2 is a high-powered Android smartphone that is currently available for AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile that will be available for Sprint later this year. A few months ago, I was lucky enough to attend the LG G2 launch event in New York. During this event, LG executives got on stage and explained everything that went into the design and construction... read more

Make Room For This Titan

October 08, 2013 | by K. Chan

 The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is no joke. Most would say that this phone is huge. You could even call its ginormous. The massive display one the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is complimented nicely by its outstanding performance and great camera features.

At a quick glance, the changes on the exterior to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 2, the screen size has been increased from 5.5-inches to 5.7-... read more

The Best Gym MP3 Player I've Ever Used

October 08, 2013 | by Rob W.

For the past 5 years, health and fitness have become more important to me.  In fact, it has turned me in to somewhat of a gym rat.  While at the gym, I have always used my smartphone or an iPod for musical inspiration.  There are a few problems with using these devices as your music player at the gym.  Using your smartphone as your MP3 player, you run the unnecessary risk of exposing your phone to drops or other physical damage.  The issue with using an iPod as your music player at the gym is that it is cannot hold up to exposure to water or sweat without some damage.  The other issue I run into with both of these devises is that I find myself messing with interfaces when I should be working out.  


I own a Samsung smartphone, which led me to the Samsung Muse 4GB MP3... read more


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