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  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Samsung Galaxy Camera (EK-GC100) review

    By 27 November 2012

    The Samsung Galaxy Camera sounds like one of those "why has this not been done before?" ideas on paper. This connected camera runs Google's Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operation system at its core, which, in combination with the camera's 1.4GHz quad core processor,...

  • Tablets 5 out of 5

    Google Nexus 10 review

    By 9 November 2012

    The Nexus 10 is Google's latest big Android tablet. It follows a line of 10-inch devices that started with the Motorola Xoom, back in 2010, with the launch of Honeycomb, before the baton passed to Samsung. This 10-inch tablet joins the Nexus 7 in Google's...

  • Phones 4.5 out of 5

    Google Nexus 4 review

    By 7 November 2012

    The Nexus is a strange category of device. Designed as a pure Android experience, it's a family of Google devices that's principally pitched at Android developers, but also popular with consumers. Why is it popular? Because the Nexus devices are free...

  • Tablets

    Nexus 10 pictures and hands-on

    By 1 November 2012

    Announced at the beginning of the week, the Nexus 10 is Samsung and Google's new 10-inch tablet, ready to take on the iPad 4 when they both hit the shops in the coming days. Pocket-lint called one into the office to have a play before we get to work on...

  • Phones

    Nexus 4 pictures and hands-on

    By 31 October 2012

    Google understands something a lot of manufacturers don't. Not every person on the planet can afford a £400 handset, and perhaps even some people who CAN afford one, aren't inclined to pay that much for what is, essentially, a phone. So the Nexus 4 is...

  • Online

    Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean review

    By 2 October 2012

    If you're a Samsung Galaxy S III owner, then you will likely be aware that there is a new version of Android on the way. Jelly Bean brings the usual array of updates, optimisations and improvements, and as always, it's free and delivered either over the...

  • Phones

    HTC One X+ pictures and hands-on

    By 2 October 2012

    The HTC One X+ is the new HTC flagship Android smartphone, but we sort of had wind of that some time ago here at Pocket-lint. None the less, the official announcement means we’ve had our hands on the device to find out exactly what it’s all about...

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    Android 4.1: Jelly Bean review

    By 17 July 2012

    Android 4.1, known as Jelly Bean to its friends, isn't the huge step change that its predecessor was. Where Ice Cream Sandwich ushered in button-less controls and a change in look and feel to Android, Jelly Bean is much more of an incremental update....

  • Tablets 4.5 out of 5

    Nexus 7 review

    By 11 July 2012

    We have a love-hate relationship with the Android tablet. You can see it written across the pages of Pocket-lint, through numerous reviews. Do it right and the Android tablet is a wonderful companion. Do it wrong, and it's an awkward shoehorning of the...

  • Tablets

    Hands-on: Google Nexus 7 review

    By 29 June 2012

    Google has just announced its Nexus 7 tablet and we have been among the lucky few to get a play with the latest piece of Nexus kit. The tablet was announced at Google I/O 2012 in San Francisco. Priced at just £159 for the 8GB model, or £199 for 16GB,...

  • Audio

    Hands-on: Google Nexus Q review

    By 28 June 2012

    The Google Nexus Q is a music streaming device that promises to get music from the cloud to your ears in your home as long as you have an Android phone to control it and some speakers to plug in to it, but what's it like up close and personal? We took...

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