Tag: hands-on

Sony Xperia XZ2, XZ2 Compact hands-on: time for a change

They warn you to be careful what you wish for. For quite some time now, fans and onlookers alike have wished that Sony would...

Samsung Galaxy S9 hands-on

It is going to be interesting to see how the market will react to the Galaxy S9. Without a doubt, it looks a lot...

Huawei MediaPad M5 tablets evoke a sense of déjà vu

Market analysts are saying that the tablet market, especially the slate ones, are on a continued downward trajectory. Huawei begs to differ, citing three...

Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor demonstrated, we go hands on

We managed to do a quick hands-on review of a smartphone laden with Snapdragon 845—the newest premium processor from Qualcomm. Over at the Snapdragon...

HTC U11 Life hands-on: the bang for buck proposition

If you could get nearly the same features from a phone at nearly half the price, will you grab it? HTC believes so, which...

LG V30 Hands-on

While there is a heavy emphasis placed these days on dual cameras and smartphone photography in general, a vast majority of them leave things...

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 hands-on

Things have gotten real. The Galaxy Note 8 is finally here and it is provoking people to ask the biggest question that will haunt...

Essential Phone review preview: Vanilla ice cream

I like vanilla ice cream. There’s nothing terribly exciting or flavorful about it, true, but it’s the ideal base for adding on whatever toppings...

Huawei Watch 2 hands-on

Though a bit late, Google's release of Android Wear 2.0 opened the floodgates of new smartwatches. Not to be left behind, though perhaps not...

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ hands-on

By the end of 2015, Samsung was in a bit of a conundrum. Its financials weren't exactly reassuring, with quarter after quarter of lower...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 hands-on: Android tablets redeemed

Some pundits would say that Android tablets have long plateaued. Unlike their smartphone cousins that have a couple of flagship contenders year after year,...

LG G6 hands-on: FullVision with the user’s vision

LG has had a rather tough 2016. It designed the LG G5 at the height of the modular smartphone fever. Unlike the stillborn Project...

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OnePlus 7T Pro breaks cover, won’t make OnePlus 7T buyers jealous

Ever since it started doing "T" releases, OnePlus has had a somewhat confusing marketing strategy. By adding a "Pro" to that mix, it practically...

Google Podcasts Review: Easy UI and navigation, auto-downloads new episodes

It's been only over two years since Google has officially rolled out the Google Podcasts. The app was highly anticipated by many people who...