Whatever platform you prefer, you can make a big saving at Woot today with discounts on refurbished Android and iPhone devices as well as accessories like earbuds, power banks, and even Apple Watch models.
While Android may be our favorite mobile operating system, that's not to say we absolutely hate iOS. In fact, some of our AC forum members recently started talking about certain aspects of it that they quite like.
The iPhone SE and Moto G Power approach the mid-range smartphone market in two very different ways. Depending on your wants/needs, either one makes for an excellent purchase. Here's our full comparison!
The OnePlus 7T continues to be one of the best phones in the market today, but with the iPhone SE (2020) available for $100 less, there is an exciting new contender in the value segment. Should you go with the OnePlus 7T or pick up the iPhone SE (2020)? Let's find out.
People are pretty excited about the iPhone SE. We can't blame them either, seeing as how it's arguably one of the best smartphone deals around. That said, if you're a long-time Android fan, there's nothing about the phone that makes it worth switching away from your preferred OS.
Before you burn this article with your hot takes in an online flame war, just hear me out. Google makes some of its best apps on iOS (in fact, they're some of the best apps on iOS, period). So why can't you call the new $400 iPhone SE a great Google phone? I think you can!
The iPhone SE 2020 is here, and it brings a lot to the table. The phone is powered by the A13 Bionic — the most powerful mobile chipset in the world — and you also get IP67 water resistance, wireless charging, and 18W wired charging. And you get all of this for just $399.
Even though I write for Android Central, I still carry an iPhone around and use it on a daily basis. The time has come to phase that out, and I'm thinking the OnePlus 8 or 8 Pro is going to be the phone that fully pulls me out of Apple's walled garden.