Evan Selleck

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Evan Selleck

Evan is a Contributing Editor for PhoneDog. He's been in the mobile industry for more than seven years, in one capacity or another. He's always had a passion for technology as a whole, but smartphones will always hold a special place of interest for him. He's a father, a student, and a lover of food. His other passions include hockey, soccer, baseball, video games, and movies. He'll talk your ear off about all of those things, if you give him the chance.

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Apple iPhone XR

Do you use a battery case?

Big phones were able to come onto the scene and take hold of the market for a variety of reasons, but perhaps none more so than the inherent potential of battery capacity. Yes, the big displays are...
Palm phone

Is the Palm phone too expensive?

The Palm phone isn't a webOS-powered smartphone, no matter how much some of us out here would like it to be. The Palm phone isn't even meant to be your primary daily driver. It's a tiny phone that...
HTC U19e

Do you prefer buying mid-range phones?

So much of the news cycle for smartphones is about flagships. The next big thing coming down the pipe. That basically always comes hand-in-hand with a focus on pricing. Is it too high? Is a company...
Samsung Galaxy Fold

Will you still give the Samsung Galaxy Fold a chance?

Samsung doesn't want us to forget about the Galaxy Fold. It has been such a long journey for the company's first foldable smartphone, and Samsung came so close to actually launching the product this...
Google Stadia

Are you excited about Google Stadia?

Streaming games isn't new. Some companies have had better luck with the idea than others, with juggernauts like Microsoft and Sony having their own troubles getting the idea to catch on. Which is...
Apple iPhone XR

Do you use beta software on your personal device?

There was a time when beta software was meant only for developers. That doesn't mean non-developers couldn't get their hands on the pre-release software if they really wanted to, but companies like...
Google Pixel 3a XL

Did you buy a Google Pixel 3a just because of the camera?

It hasn't been too long since Google launched their newest smartphones. The Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL aren't meant to be the newest of flagships. These are less expensive options, with a few tweaks to...
Amazon Echo Dot

Are you happy with your smart speaker?

Smart speakers are pretty common these days. Smart displays are picking up steam, too. Google has a nice range of options with Google Assistant on board, and if you're feeling particularly brave (or...
Honor 20 series

Where should the fingerprint reader be on a phone?

One of the more exciting elements of current generation smartphones is the in-display fingerprint reader. When it works, anyway. Some phones have had less-than-great rollouts of the feature, while...
LG G8 ThinQ

What would it take for you to buy an LG flagship phone?

What's it going to take? That's the question I saw asked to me at the end of an LG G8 ThinQ commercial I saw recently. Or something similar to that effect. The commercial itself was showing off the...
OnePlus 7 Pro

Are you upgrading your OnePlus 6T to the OnePlus 7 Pro?

It's hard to argue that OnePlus isn't on a bit of a streak. The company has definitely made a name for itself over the years, growing plenty of goodwill along the way. It hasn't always been rainbows...
OnePlus 7 Pro backside

OnePlus 7 Pro now official

The OnePlus 7 Pro saw plenty of attention from the rumor mill before today's big announcement, but now the company has made everything officially official. At today's official unveiling, OnePlus...
Purple-ish Google Pixel 3a

Are you buying the Google Pixel 3a?

Yesterday, Google hosted its keynote speech for this year's I/O developers conference. The company had a lot to talk about, including improvements to Google Assistant, and a variety of features baked...
Apple's Siri

It might be time for Apple to teach Siri some new tricks

Earlier today, Google hosted its keynote speech to kick this year's I/O developer conference into high gear. As usual, there was a lot for the company to cover. Google is definitely moving in a...
Google Pixel 3a

Google announces the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL

Today is finally the day. After a semi-consistent flow of leaks over the last several months, Google has finally made its newest Pixel smartphones officially official. The Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL...

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