On Friday, we received an LG G3 to review, but we know many of our readers don’t feel like waiting for us to pump out a full review, which usually takes 1-2 weeks. To help kill time, we opened up the DL hotline, giving you a chance to ask us anything you wanted to know about the phone.
Clearly, everyone wants to know about four major things – the display, battery life, how it feels in hand, and LG’s new skin.
We have had the device for four days now, and have a pretty good feel for everything this Korean model of the G3 has to offer, so check out our answers to your top-rated questions below. (more…)
This past Monday, we called upon our fantastic community for Volume 20 of the DL Q&A Sessions. We received a ton of questions, so we are back today with our answers. The questions we received had a lot to do with people’s upgrades, but you will have to understand that we can’t necessarily answer each person’s situation. We all view phones in different ways, and what works for us, may not work for you.
Other questions touch on what we would like to see from Android in an upcoming major update, if Apple’s release of a larger iPhone will affect the Android marketshare as it stands today, and we were also asked about the best burger and beer combo in the world.
As always, thank you to everyone who submitted a question this week! (more…)
It has been more than a month since we did a DL Q&A Session, and since then, we have seen the release of both flagship devices from Samsung and HTC.
In the comments section of this post, you can ask the DL staff members anything you might need to know, whether it concern which phone you should buy this year, what wearable device we are looking forward to the most, or an assortment of anything else that might be on your mind. (more…)
On Monday, we asked for readers to send in their questions for Volume 19 of the DL Q&A Sessions. We have gathered our favorites, then let our team have at them.
Questions seems to be quite focused on Motorola and the general state of the hardware/software game for Android. If you were curious for our honest opinions on the Lenovorola deal or which spirit animal our Android device’s would be, then read on. (more…)
The Galaxy S5 was unveiled last week, and the HTC One (2014) is coming up on the 25th of March. With that said, we know that a lot of you might have questions about what to do, so Volume 19 of the DL Q&A Sessions is the perfect time to ask the staff what you need to know. (more…)
Alright, we have rounded up a good set of questions from earlier in the week, and are ready to give you our answers to the DL Q&A Sessions – Volume 18. Folks appear to be quite interested in Google’s plans for wearables, which we are also quite excited to see, so we discussed that. Questions about home automation were also asked frequently, so we wanted to touch on that as well. And naturally we have to talk a little football, given that we are so close to the big day.
To find out what we geek out on besides mobile phones, and which ice cream flavors are our favorites, read on.
As a reminder – K is Kellen, T is Tim, R is Ron, and E is Eric. (more…)
With CES 2014 now behind us, it’s time for another DL Q&A Session. We know that you guys and gals probably have a ton of questions, whether they regard to what we expect to see from OEMs in 2014, possibly our favorite/least favorite thing from this year’s CES, or any other off-topic question you may have. Whatever it be, we love answering them. (more…)
With the week coming to a close, we wouldn’t want you to scoot out of here without reading our answers to our Q&A volume 17 session. For those new to the DL Q&A, this is our chance to answer any burning questions that you might have about tech, Android, sports, food, or maybe even something from us personally. We try to mix it up, have fun with it, and dive into both on- and off-topic questions.
In this week’s session, we talk Android phone of the year, a sequel to the Moto X, favorite candy, thoughts on the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES), our favorite game of the moment, and more. (more…)