by Joe Levi | June 17, 2014 10:01 AM
Each year almost every manufacturer releases a flagship device. It's got the latest and greatest hardware, the best specs, and all the latest bells and whistles in the software it's running. Samsung released the Galaxy S 5, Apple released the iPhone 5S, HTC released the One M8, LG released the G3, and so on. Sure, a few corners may be cut along the way, but essentially, it's the device that particular manufacturer wants you think of when its name comes to mind. The downside to flagships are their relative expense. High-end components come with a high-end price tag, as does limited supply ...
by Adam Doud | August 14, 2013 7:00 AM
I came across a thread in our forums the other day, and it got me to thinking. We here at Pocketnow are all about the specs. We're spec machines. Spec monsters. As such, we spend a great deal of our time writing, talking, and video-ing about flagships. The latest and greatest! The Lumia 1020. The GS4. The HTC One. We loves us some cores and some RAMs and some 1080p's. But not everyone is like that. Some folks – arguably most folks on this spinning blue ball we live on just want a good phone. Something to get them “from A to B” as it were. They don't need to whip out their phones at ...
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