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How to set up and use Android Pay on your Android Wear smartwatch

Android Wear 2.0 has a fancy new trick With Android Wear 2.0, Android Pay has finally come to wearables. Like Apple Watch wearers, Androiders can

Android Wear 2.0 review : Google takes another run-up at its smartwatch platform

Android Wear 2.0 is the overhaul Google’s OS needed. Not only does it make Wear more independent from the smartphone, it now gives iOS users

Android Wear on iPhone : Our guide to getting your Google / iOS smartwatch fix

What you can and can’t do with Android Wear on iOS and what devices will work When Pebble announced it was on its way out,

Tizen v Android Wear : Which smartwatch OS is right for you?

It’s fair to say that no-one has truly answered the smartwatch question yet. Google’s Android Wear and Samsung’s Tizen OS provide two of the best

LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style: Release date, specs and everything else you need to know

It would be fair to say that LG has hit Android Wear with some vigour over the past few years: LG G Watch was one of the

LG Watch Sport review : A superb model to show off the new Android Wear 2.0

The LG Watch Sport is a perfect showcase for Android Wear 2.0. It’s big, but it’s also clever, with some solid fitness chops and other

LG Watch Style review : An Android Wear 2.0 watch overshadowed by its more feature-packed brethren

The LG Watch Style puts the emphasis on looks over features and from that perspective it does deliver. This is one of the best looking

LG Style and Sport ROUND-UP Reviews: Tepid Android Wear 2.0 Debut

LG officially launched its $249 LG Watch Style and $350 LG Watch Sport — the first two devices to run Android Wear 2.0 — and

LG Watch Style vs Apple Watch 2: Which should you buy?

LG Watch Style vs Apple Watch 2: Google has teamed up with LG to deliver the first smartwatches to feature the new Android Wear 2.0

LG Watch Sport Hand-on Review

KEY FEATURES 1.1GHz Snapdragon Wear 2100 768MB RAM (Sport) / 512MB RAM (Style) 4GB storage Android Wear 2.0 operating system 430mAh battery (Sport) / 240mAh

Wileyfox Swift 2 X review

PROS Metal chassis makes it feel more expensive than it is Decent screen Above average battery life CONS Runs dead Cyanogen OS Camera isn’t very

Wileyfox Swift 2 X Hand-on Review

KEY FEATURES 5.2-inch Full HD (424ppi) IPS display Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 CPU 3GB RAM 32GB storage 3,010mAh battery NFC USB-C Manufacturer: Wileyfox Review Price: £219.00/$328.50

Hands on: ZTE Blade V8 Pro review

OUR EARLY VERDICT ZTE Blade V8 Pro is a feature-charged budget phone that comes with a lot of perks you’d find on a flagship, including

Honor 6X Hand-on Review

KEY FEATURES 12MP + 2MP rear facing cameras Variable aperture settings 5.5-inch 1080p display Kirin 655 CPU 32GB storage 3GB RAM Manufacturer: Honor Review Price:

LeEco Le S3 review

THE GOOD: LeEco’s Le S3 is fast and affordable. THE BAD: The phone lacks a headphone jack and NFC, has a clunky interface and its

Moto E3 review

PROS Surprisingly good screen Great standby times Affordable CONS Far too slow Not enough RAM to run Android properly No software updates in sight KEY

Mini Review : Google Pixel is a Top-Notch Android Phone

SCREEN SIZE : 5.0 inches SCREEN RES : 1920 x 1080 CPU : Snapdragon 821 CAMERAS : 12.3MP/8MP The Google Pixel is Google’s flagship phone

Hands on: Moto E3 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Another sturdy upgrade to the Moto E line makes the Moto E3 one of the best affordable phones of 2016. FOR Solid

​The best wearable payment devices : Put the bank card down and pay with your body

Wearables aren’t just for showing smartphone notifications and tracking your fitness (or lack of it): a growing number of them are adding contactless payments to

OnePlus 3T review

PROS Great build quality Excellent performance Good camera Improved battery life CONS Not quite as fantastic value as OnePlus 3 Have to use proprietary Dash

Lenovo Zuk Z2 review

PROS Great screen Plenty of power Lots of storage for the price CONS Beware of custom firmware No LTE band 20 support Glossy design is

ZTE Blade V7 Lite review

OUR VERDICT The ZTE Blade V7 Lite’s premium looks belie its budget origins. Interesting UI tweaks and the ability to expand the phone’s storage can’t

LG Phoenix 2 Mini Review : Budget Phone Soars with Unexpected Specs

The LG Phoenix 2 is a budget-friendly Android smartphone that brings LG’s UX functionality with some mid-range specs for just $69.99. At this price, you’d

OnePlus 3T vs OnePlus 3 vs OnePlus 2: What’s the rumoured difference?

OnePlus is rumoured to be announcing an upgrade to its OnePlus 3 smartphone before the year is out. The new device, which is expected to be

9 things you need to know about the Google Pixel and Pixel XL

World, meet the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. Google unveiled its new flagship smartphones in California today and the early word is that they look

Google Pixel vs. Samsung Galaxy S7: Which 5-inch flagship is right for you?

Months of speculation and sky-high anticipation has finally come to an end. Google has taken the wraps off the flagship phones that’ll supplant last year’s Nexus smartphones

Motorola Moto Z vs Moto Z Play: What’s the difference?

Motorola offers both the Moto Z and the Moto Z Play in the UK. The two devices can both be used with Moto Mods and

Huawei Nova Plus hand-on:

KEY FEATURES 5.5-inch 1080p display Snapdragon 625 processor 3GB of RAM 32GB storage USB-C Dual SIM/microSD slot 16-megapixel camera w/ OIS 3,340mAh battery Manufacturer: Huawei

ZTE ZMAX PRO REVIEW

HIGHS Thoughtful design Consistent performance Little-to-no bloatware Unbelievably low price LOWS Underwhelming cameras No NFC When Chinese tech giant ZTE started selling phones in the

OnePlus 3 review update : New software and a new colour, but at a higher price

PROS High-quality build Very good heat handling Excellent value Solid camera CONS Inconsistent battery life doesn’t impress day-to-day Innaccurate display colours KEY FEATURES 5.5-inch 1080p