The HTC Desire 601 is a midrange phone that strikes a good balance between affordability and functionality — and it comes with some pretty impressive features and bundled software.
Back in April, I reviewed the HTC One and it’s a good quality phone. But you might not like the size of it. If you find the 4.7-inch screen too small, you might want to check out the HTC One Max phablet with its 5.9-inch display.
But if you want something smaller, the HTC One Mini may be more to your liking.
When I first heard about the camera on the Nokia Lumia 1020, my jaw dropped. 41 megapixels? I mean that had to be a joke, right? Why would you ever need that many pixels in a photo taken by a cellphone unless you’re planning on taking wall-mural selfies? (And if you are, make sure it goes on a bathroom wall.)
Still, I was excited to try out the phone.
Last year in the midst of Hurricane Sandy, here at Canoe Tech Blog, we looked at an emergency self-powered radio that had a built in hand charger to help you through times when there was no power readily available. Well, another company has a brilliant idea to take that concept further. Instead of a standalone product you can use to charge in the absence of electricity, they’re building that same functionality right into an iPhone 4/4s and 5/5S battery case.
Years ago, a friend of mine wanted to create a truly modular laptop, where he’d be able to not only swap out drives and RAM but motherboards, screens and the like. He had looked into various types of casing for his monstrosity, from more traditional laptop chassis to a briefcase and, if I remember correctly, a metal lunchbox.