We finally had a chance to put some time into developing a handful of new features for our site, so with the hot summer behind us, we rolled up our sleeves to shape several novelties that we’ve been reflecting on lately. We bet you’ll be seeing more of them as time goes by, but we decided to give you the heads-up in one single article.
Possibly the hottest one of the three geeky features to officially debut today, is our 360-degree spin of mobile devices. Pulling those off really made us sweat a bit, but it seems we did manage to get the hang of it. Here are several samples for you to spin away. We will be adding that feature to our reviews and to our mobile phones specs page. It’s a modest start but we hope for it to catch quickly, as more and more mobile phones are hitting our office. Anyway, without further ado, check out those babies.
LG KU990 Viewty 360 degree spin - hover your mouse cursor over the image
It must be noted that you do need the free Flash plugin for your browser in order to view our spins.
Sony Ericsson K850 360 degree spin - hover your mouse cursor over the image
Sony Ericsson W960 360 degree spin - hover your mouse cursor over the image
Nokia 6110 360 degree spin - hover your mouse cursor over the image
Samsung D900 360 degree spin - hover mouse cursor over the image
Motorola V8 360 degree spin - hover mouse cursor over the image
Does the audio quality test results include earpiece speaker as well?
Because you use RMAA to test phone jack output performance, I Love you guys! Every soundcard I ever bought and every audio player i ever had I tested it with RMAA using an E-MU 0404 USB soundcard. Reading your review about the s4 active, i realised t...
Pardon folks, I don´t know if I miss something, but what about bluetooth audio quality?