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Parkman E2 2200mAh Review

Over recent years, as our smartphones have become even more embedded into our lives, it’s become almost essential to have a portable power bank on

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

Sony Xperia E5 review

1. Introduction The Sony Xperia E5 is the company’s cheapest smartphone in the updated 2016 lineup, but you wouldn’t tell going by just how it

6 smartphones even more boring than the rumoured iPhone 7

It seems increasingly likely that the iPhone 7 is going to be a bit of a damp squib, which has prompted us to reflect on

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 review

PROS Great design and build Big battery Fast fingerprint scanner CONS No NFC Average camera Screen is only ‘OK’ KEY FEATURES 5.5-inch 1080p display Dual

Leagoo Elite 1 – Full Review

A relatively unknown name in the UK, ‘Leagoo’ is the smartphone brand name of ‘Shenzhen OTEDA Technology Co., Ltd’… which doesn’t quite roll off the

Mattel View-Master review : A virtual reality rethinking of a classic

For Plenty of retro charm, great for kids, accessible price, age-appropriate Experience Packs content, works with Google Cardboard apps Against VR content could be better,

Ricoh Theta S Camera Review : 360-Degree Freedom, So-So Quality

THE GOOD Simple to use Produces nice-looking 360-degree photos that can be shared Works with Samsung Gear VR THE BAD Video quality is poor, especially

3D Robotics Solo Review

THE GOOD Attractive design Easy to fly Fast and maneuverable Shoots steady, sharp video. THE BAD Expensive Requires additional GoPro camera VERDICT While expensive, the

Blu Pure XL Review

HIGHS Gorgeous 1440p screen Front camera takes great selfies Priced competitively LOWS Too big Suspect build quality Poor Android experience Poor battery life Runs hot

Google rolls out February security update for Nexus devices

Still holding on to its promise, Google has released updates for its most recent Nexus devices that carry within it the latest security patches for

Carl Zeiss VR One review

Pros Comfortable Solid build quality Fantastic lenses that don’t mist Works with Android and iOS Cons No lens adjustment Fairly expensive Requires a Bluetooth controller/mouse

TP-Link Archer C7 Review: Decent Performance for a Low Price

THE GOOD Good 5-GHz performance for price Two USB ports for connecting peripherals On/Off switch for wireless transmissions Parental controls for restricting Web surfing THE

UMI Iron Pro review: The mid-range Android phone you can unlock with your eyes gets an upgrade with a fingerprint scanner and USB-C

UMI has unveiled a Pro version of its Iron Android phone, adding a fingerprint scanner and USB-C. But does the UMI Iron Pro have what it

Samsung Galaxy J2 review

1. Introduction Samsung is flying high on the wings of its flagships success, but it hasn’t turned its back on the entry-level market. The Galaxy

Nexus 6P review

Pros Looks the business Impressive camera, even in low-light Fast performance Not super expensive Cons USB-C might annoy until more common HDR processing could be

Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Review: INSANELY Good, Very Cheap. Excellent ALL ROUND

Pros Amazing screen, powerful hardware, MicroSD card slot, fantastic custom UI Cons No NFC, creaky case design, no fast charging Verdict Amazing value for money

LG G4 vs LG G3: Examining LG’s BIG Update

We take a look at how the LG G4 improves on LG’s existing G3 Over time, LG has put a lot of effort and money

OnePlus X Review: Great on the Outside, Just OK on the Inside

When OnePlus founder and CEO Carl Pei first showed off the new X in our Manhattan office, I was impressed. Nice glass design, kind of

LG Nexus 5X review: Google’s triumphant return to smaller, cheaper phones

While the Nexus 6 received plenty of praise when it debuted last year, it also got its fair share of flack. Why? Because it was

Huawei Nexus 6P review: Google gets better at big phones

Every year, like clockwork, Google and some popular phone maker cook up a handset to be a standard-bearer for the newest version of Android. Well,

Android Marshmallow update: every phone announced so far

Today we’re having a peek at the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update list – every smartphone whose maker has given the thumbs up so far. This

How to get Android M now: How to install Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus 7 and Nexus Player

Google recently showcased the highly-anticipated Android 6.0 Marshmallow alongside the new Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, new Chromecasts and the Pixel C, a rival to Apple’s

Nexus 5X vs iPhone 6s comparison preview

It’s the clash of the titans, Apple vs. Google in the battle of the flagship smartphones, with one key difference – Google’s offering starts at

Google Nexus 6P hands-on review

When Google launched the Nexus 6, it wasn’t the upgrade Nexus 5 owners were looking for. The 5.96in screen made the Motorola-built phone too big

Google Nexus 5X review: Hands-on with the 2015 Nexus 5 by LG

As firmly expected, Google has announced a Nexus 2015 phone at its launch event for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. We were at the London event so here’s

What to Expect of Google’s September 29 Event

The season of much-anticipated smartphone events continues, as the day on which Google is expected to unveil its latest “pure Android” smartphones has been announced. Lauren Goode

Noon VR headset review

Pros Affordable Cons Phone not held securely Uncomfortable Strange design choices Nausea inducing No input methods Key Features: Compatible with iOS and Android; 230g; Adjustable

Homido review

Pros Robust design Compatible with a variety of devices Comfortable Cons Limited game/app selection No interaction options Expensive What is the Homido? When we refer

Pre-orders for LG, Huawei Nexus tipped to start 13 October

Google still hasn’t actually announced a late September event that will herald the coming of two new Nexus smartphones, but if you’re well rooted in