Yezz Billy 4.7 Review: It fills a hole left by Lumia

I review a lot of phones. I mean, a lot. If you want to see a full list of phones I’ve reviewed, go to the Camera Comparisons tab, scroll through the companies that are listed and see if you can name a phone that came out in 2014 or 2015 that I haven’t reviewed. Rarely does a phone come along that I simply fall in love with. A phone that delivers the exact same things that I care about in a phone...

  • April 15, 2015
  • for the Love of Tech

Best To Watch: Yezz Project Ara Module Development

Although some would debate the need for or excitement over Google's Project Ara modular smartphone, the prospect of a true enthusiast-type smartphone — that is, one with discrete parts that users can upgrade piece by piece, just as they do a PC — is tantalizing for many. So much of Project Ara is promises and plastic prototypes, but there is a pilot launch happening this year...

  • March 19, 2015
  • tom's HARDWARE

Yezz shows off an awesome Ara model, well, sort of

A working modular phone would have been a veritable sensation, but that is not too say that the Yezz team had nothing interesting to show, quite the contrary. As Ara fans surely remember, Yezz is currently one of Google’s top third-party partners on the modular handset and the company is primarily involved in developing modules, or rather imagining them, as there were some pretty ingenious concept...

  • March 12, 2015
  • GSMArena

Yezz Andy 5Q - A Great Value Android Budget Smartphone

Yezz’s Andy 5Q doesn’t feel like a budget device at all. The phone features a metal frame with a plastic removable back for access to the removable battery, micro SIM card slot and microSD card slot. The Andy 5Q has a nice weight to it and feels like a solid phone when held. As with most Android devices of this size, the power button is on the right, volume buttons on the left...

  • March 10, 2015