Mobile Phones

  • Top Gaming Smartphones

    Top Gaming Smartphones

    Mobiles phones initially began with the sole purpose of placing calls. However, as time has gone on and technology has advanced, so have the capabilities of these devices. For most mobile phone users today, gaming is a popular application for phones. In fact, more people today game on their phones than specially designed gaming consoles. Some phones are better designed for gaming including not only simple casino games but more advanced graphic games such as Grand Theft Auto.   HTC …cotinue reading

  • Blackphone 2

    Blackphone 2

    An update to the already hack-proof device, the achingly cool Blackphone 2 gets a smart new makeover that sees the screen enlarged to 5.5 inches and capable of displaying Full HD. Runs on a customized Android platform called PrivatOS, meaning its good for all their apps, and should it get lost or stolen your details can be remotely wiped.

  • Kenu Stance Compact Tripod

    Kenu Stance Compact Tripod

    Get the very best out of your smartphone’s imaging capabilities with the Kenu Stance Compact Tripod, a lightweight and highly versatile stand that affixes via the charging port. Not only is it smaller than a pack of gum but it even doubles up as a bottle opener so you can kick back and enjoy the fruits of your snapping and recording with a beer.

  • Amazon Fire Phone

    Amazon Fire Phone

    With the battle for the best smartphone still on, you didn’t expect e-commerce giant, Amazon to sit in the sidelines, did you? Unveiled on Wednesday, the Fire Phone features a 2.2GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 13-megapixel camera with optical stabilization, a 4.7-inch HD display, and dual stereo speaker with Dolby Surround. And something we haven’t seen on a phone before, its front-facing cameras uses eye-tracking tech for a more immersive experience. It can also instantly identify over 100 million things …cotinue reading

  • Smartphone to Telephoto Camera Converter

    Smartphone to Telephoto Camera Converter

    Easily secured with adjustable clamps, the Smartphone to Telephoto Camera Converter transforms any iPhone or Android mobile phone to a sophisticated telephoto camera. Capture stunningly high quality images without blur with its 10x optical zoom and 18 MP resolution lens and also record HD videos with its built-in stereo microphone. All files are saved to your phone for immediate editing and sharing using its free app.

  • Tylt Vu Wireless Charger

    Tylt Vu Wireless Charger

    Sublimely simple, achingly attractive and available with a choice of four different colored charging lights, the Tylt Vu Wireless Charger not only tops up that juice but affords an easy viewing angle while doing so. QJ and backdoor compatible, the multi-coil technology charges as fast as a typical plug.

  • Blackphone


    A very welcome world first, Blackphone puts your privacy to the forefront, leaving you, the customer, and not the carrier or advertisers calling the shots. Preinstalled with software that enables freedom throughout the globe, you can conduct private and personal business safe in the knowledge you’re not being logged, whether it be texting, calling or exchanging and storing digital files. We love it. Governments probably won’t.  

  • Motorolla Project Ara

    Motorolla Project Ara

    An intriguing and mouth-watering proposal. Motorola Project Ara sees the cellphone giants team up with Dave Hakkens, the brains behind Phonebloks, for a similar innovation that will enable users to upgrade and change their hardware around a basic endoskeleton. Modules such as displays and batteries not only enable unique customization, but mean your phone should last a very long time. How refreshing that would be.

  • Moto X

    Moto X

    Smartphone? Genius-phone. The Moto X boasts all the features of a regular device, along with a host of others, most impressively a constant knowledge of what you’re doing and where you are. Available with two memories, 16 and 32 gigs, it weighs less than five ounces, is Wi-Fi capable, sports a 10 MP rear-facing and 2 MP front-facing camera, 2GB of RAM, Android 4.2.2 operating system, contains a 1.7 GHz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor and does a whole host of …cotinue reading

  • Jolla Smartphone

    Jolla Smartphone

    Designed by former Nokia engineers, the Jolla Smartphone is one quite unlike any other. Compliant with Android apps, it also runs on a unique Sailfish OS and sports a four-and-a-half inch display, dual-core processor, eight megapixel camera, 4G, 16GB onboard storage and a microSD slot. A great looking phone, further enhanced by a changeable back cover which also alters the color theming round front.