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Unihertz Titan ruggedised smartphone review

Unihertz surprised us in 2018 with the Atom, a smartphone that sat proudly in its own ultra-niche category, that of very small smartphones. In 2019, they’re

5 things Huawei HarmonyOS needs to do to beat Android

Last week Huawei finally unveiled its alternative to Android, introducing the new HarmonyOS operating system to the world. The open source software was triumphantly unveiled at the Huawei

Unihertz Titan Blackberry clone rugged phone kickstarter, specs, features, price and more

The new Unihertz Titan Android rugged phone will start crowdfunding soon with the Super Early Bird price from $199. It comes with a robust and

BlackBerry Key2 LE: Everything you need to know

The BlackBerry Key LE is a lower-cost version of the Key2, doing away with some of the more high-tech features seen on the expensive sister

Anker Soundcore Liberty Lite review

Disclosure: Anker sent these to me free of charge for the purpose of a review. No one at Anker will review this content before it

BlackBerry Key2 LE review: Productivity and performance without the price

Since TCL took over making BlackBerry-branded handsets under the BlackBerry Mobile brand, the company has worked hard to build devices to tempt back those who

Best Android phones 2018: From flagship killers to brilliant budget Android smartphones

Want a great Android smartphone? These are the only phones worth considering Android is the world’s most popular smartphone platform. If you’re not shackled to an iPhone –

BlackBerry KEY2 LE gets best of KEY2 for under $400

If you still demand a physical keyboard with your smartphone, but need Android on a budget, the new BlackBerry KEY2 LE announced at IFA 2018

BlackBerry Key2 vs BlackBerry KeyOne: What’s the difference?

The BlackBerry Key2 is finally here, more than a year after the KeyOne launched to relieve BlackBerry fans who had been waiting years for a truly modern

Bring back the BlackBerry slider

The BlackBerry KEY2 is an brand new phone trying to coexist with an old-school form-factor, and struggling all the way. When it comes to capturing

BlackBerry KEY2 In-depth Hands-on Review

The BlackBerry KEY2 is an obstinate phone, and one defined by its most retro feature: the keyboard. Just about every design, software, and hardware decision

BlackBerry KEY2 gets dual cameras and smarter QWERTY

A new BlackBerry is always a cause for celebration since the smartphone-maker’s reinvention with Android, and the BlackBerry KEY2 is no exception. Unveiled in New

Nokia 8 Sirocco Review

Our Verdict The Nokia 8 Sirocco is one of most well-crafted Android phones we have come across, but compromises under the hood and an underwhelming

MWC 2018 preview: Galaxy S9, Huawei, Sony and more

Mobile World Congress 2018 should reveal new hardware products from a variety of big names in mobile smart devices. This event is a trade show

MWC 2018 preview: All the wearables we’re expecting to see in Barcelona

We dive into what could be coming later this month Samsung’s upcoming flagship phone has already been leaked, Blackberry is still trying to convince you

Bose QuietComfort 20i review

This review could be as simple as this: “If you’re willing to spend $300 on in-ear headphones, then buy the Bose QuietComfort 20 headphones.” Of

Hands on: BlackBerry Motion review

The BlackBerry Motion has been officially unveiled at GITEX in Dubai, and while the keyboard-toting KeyOne created a buzz at the start of 2017, the latest handset to

And finally: Blackberry and Timex might be working on a smartwatch together

All the other news of the week Welcome to the end of Apple week. The Cupertino company came out and announced the Apple Watch Series

BlackBerry KeyOne Review: In Praise of the Keyboard

Let’s be blunt: We will never return to BlackBerry’s glory days, when phones stamped with that company’s logo ruled the mobile world. But that doesn’t

BlackBerry Aurora Hands-on Review : WE DO NOT EXPECT THIS!

BB Merah Putih, which received the rights to manufacture BlackBerry smartphones in Indonesia, introduced its first smartphone BlackBerry Aurora. It’s worth saying that the smartphone

Hands on: TCL Moveband review

TCL – the mothership behind the Alcatel brand and now BlackBerry handsets too – announced a new, low cost fitness tracker at CES 2017 in

Blackberry Mercury preview: Fingerprint scanner and QWERTY keyboard for BB’s next flagship

Say hello to the next flagship BlackBerry phone, codename Mercury. Looks like a beaut, doesn’t it? Only – and despite getting a preview session via

Alcatel Idol 4S with Windows 10 review: Not Microsoft’s mobile saviour

The smartphone market is almost completely unrecognisable from just five years ago. Back then the Windows Phone platform was tightly controlled by Microsoft and only

BlackBerry DTEK60 review: More than just an Alcatel clone?

BlackBerry has officially stopped building and designing its own phones. Whenthat news broke, it was almost as dramatic as when it announced its first Android

Alcatel Idol 4S with Windows 10 preview: Dead software in a shiny phone?

The smartphone market is bizarre and almost completely unrecognisable from the state it was in just 5 years ago. In years gone by, the Windows Phone

BlackBerry DTEK60 vs BlackBerry DTEK50: What’s the difference?

BlackBerry has announced another DTEK handset, with the new DTEK60 joining the existing DTEK50. BlackBerry has been shifting over to Android, first launching the Priv

Hands on: BlackBerry DTEK60 review

Just when we thought the flagship smartphone onslaught was over for another year, BlackBerry has jumped in before 2016 wraps up with its own new

Which iPhone is best for you? iPhone SE, iPhone 6S, iPhone 7, iPhone 6S Plus or iPhone 7 Plus?

There is plenty of choice when it comes to smartphones, almost too much in fact. Chances are if you are reading this feature however, you

BlackBerry DTek50 Review : Security and Productivity for a Good Price

It’s easy to make fun of BlackBerry’s embrace of Android in an attempt to revive its business. However, its newest phone, the DTek50, shows that

Hands on: BlackBerry DTEK50 review

The world’s most secure Android smartphone isn’t half bad. The BlackBerry DTEK50 is a surprisingly promising smartphone with a more than reasonable price tag and