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Better Buy: Older flagship smartphones are better than current budget offerings

If you’re in the market for a new phone and don’t have a ton of money to spend, most companies would want you to look at their collection of mid-range and entry-level handsets. But that’s not always the smartest move. If you know where to look, the flagship phones of yesteryear can provide considerably better hardware and value.

Which of the two would you rather hold?

Google Nexus 5 Review

Despite its low price – $349 for an unlocked 16 GB model – the Nexus 5 packs top-of-the-line specifications. Internally there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC with a 2.3 GHz quad-core CPU, 2 GB of RAM, LTE radios worldwide (a first for Nexus devices) and a 2,300 mAh battery, complemented by a 4.95-inch 1080p IPS display. Let’s not forget the camera either, which is an 8-megapixel unit and will hopefully prove much more capable than the Nexus cameras of the past.

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Neowin: Google Nexus 7 (2013) review

The evolution of the tablet has been one of the most interesting, and certainly among the most significant, developments in personal computing history. Its genesis arguably lies in science fiction, with tablet-like devices featuring in movies, such as 2001: A…

Google Nexus 7 (2nd-Gen) Review: The Android Tablet to Beat

Google stormed into the tablet market last year with the Nexus 7, a low-cost but high quality 7-inch tablet that significantly lowered the price barrier for Android media consumption.

Enter 2013, time to refresh the Nexus 7, receiving a serious speed boost, a better quality display, a rear camera and new features. At $220 the 2nd-gen Nexus tablet presents itself as a remarkably attractive proposition for people who want to read, watch or play.

Tablets of 2013 Rundown: Nexus vs. Surface vs. iPad

The tablet market doesn’t look very different than it did a year ago from the perspective of who’s doing well and who’s not. Perhaps the most exciting developments came towards the end of 2012 and beginning of 2013 from the usual big guys: Google released the Nexus 10 and updated the Nexus 7, Apple launched a smaller and cheaper iPad mini, while Microsoft went all in with the Surface RT and Pro.

As usual, we've compiled a comparative table with what we consider are the best options either currently available or announced so far, complete with metascores from our Product Finder engine and review links.

Google Nexus 7 web traffic up 135 percent since July

Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is beginning to show up on the proverbial web traffic radar following its release a few months ago. According to new data released by advertising firm Chitika, Google’s share of tablet traffic has shot up 135…

Rumor: LG working on Google Nexus tablet

A new rumor suggests that Google is planning on releasing a Nexus tablet that runs pure Android software. LG will be the company to develop the device, according to the Russian website Mobile Review.