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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

BlackBerry Key2 vs KeyOne: What’s new?

TCL has just unveiled the next phone it’s making under the once iconic BlackBerry banner. The BlackBerry Key2 is a keyboard-toting Android phone that’ll serve as a

X-Fi Sonic Carrier review: Home theater of the absurd

It’s the finest soundbar on the market. But for the money, is it better than conventional surround sound? It is without a doubt the best

Gemini PDA review: We’ve come a long way since keyboards

The sun may have set on the phone-with-a-keyboard phenomenon, but there are still people who pine for physical keys. Armed with a deca-core processor, Android,

CES 2018: 8 awesome Android announcements you might have missed

CES may be all about consumer electronics, but sadly that doesn’t really include phones. Most companies hold off until the spring to unveil their newest

iPazzPort Mini Wireless Keyboard Review: An Excellent HTPC Keyboard for Under $15

Pros Full QWERTY Keyboard with Touchpad in the palm of your hands Comprehensive media controls Multi-color backlighting Only $15! Cons Touchpad has issues when battery

Dell Inspiron 15 5000 2-in-1 Review

Pros / Flexible 2-in-1 design; Newest Intel 8th-Gen CPU; Speedy 256GB SSD Cons / No USB-C port; Dull and dim display; Runs hot; Very short

2019 Audi A8 First Drive Review: The new luxury

“Vorsprung durch Technik” doesn’t translate to “know your place, human,” but in the case of the 2019 Audi A8 it probably should. Fourth generation of

System76 Galago Pro review

OUR VERDICT A high-end laptop that offers a stylish all-aluminium design, lots of processing power, a generous selection of ports and a vibrant HiDPI screen

Philips 55POS9002 Review

Pros Excellent value Impressively detailed, natural pictures Attractive, space-saving design Cons Not the brightest OLED around Black levels not as deep as some OLEDs Android

MSI WS63VR 7RL Review

The Pros Sleek design; Solid gaming and productivity performance; Three-year warranty The Cons Display is dimmer than average; Stiff touchpad is missing gestures Verdict The

MSI GE62VR 7RF Camo Squad Review: Heavy Hitter

We review MSI’s GE62VR 7RF! MSI’s newest notebook, the GE62VR 7RF is a 15-inch gaming notebook that’s advertised as VR ready, and is clad in a pretty unique

Nokia 3310 (2017) review: Beyond the hype, what’s this phone like?

For the most part we stick to reviewing smartphones here at Pocket-lint, but when the new 3310 was released, we couldn’t turn down the opportunity to

BlackBerry KeyOne Review: In Praise of the Keyboard

THE GOOD Physical keyboard allows for programmable shortcuts Outstanding battery life Useful BlackBerry software Bright display THE BAD Middling performance 4.5-inch screen feels cramped on

Philips 2017 TVs – everything you need to know

A second OLED screen with Ambilight, new 4K HDR LCD ranges, and Freeview Play incoming – Philips is back with a bang in 2017. Read

Philips 55POS901F/12 OLED TV review

PROS Gorgeous design Mostly outstanding picture quality Decent sound quality CONS Can be complicated to use Uses a 2016 OLED panel Input lag slightly high

BlackBerry Mercury release date, specs, price, news and rumours

BLACKBERRY MERCURY NEWS, RUMOURS, SPECS, RELEASE DATE AND UK PRICE Excited for the next BlackBerry phone? So are we. Here’s everything you need to know

iPhone at 10 : Reliving our original iPhone review through 2017 goggles

The iPhone turns 10: On the iPhone’s 10th anniversary (or is that birthday?), we take a look back at our review of the original 2007

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

Sony A6500 review

Good points Detailed 24 Megapixel stills. High quality uncropped 4k video, 1080 up to 120p, S-Log profiles. Built-in 5-axis stabilisation works with any lens. 4

Philips 43PUS6501 review

PROS Remarkably cheap for a 4K HDR TV Delivers at least a sense of HDR’s qualities Strong image processing for the money CONS Average black-level

GPD WIN Review: Mobile Windows 10 for gaming

PROS Full Windows 10 PC in your pocket QWERTY keyboard, mouse joystick for on-the-go computing Decent CPU and RAM for most computing needs Full-sized USB

Philips 55PUS7181 review

It’s not unusual for pre-recorded backing tracks to be used to augment live performances; to make them sound as close to the original recording as

Philips 65PUS7601 review

PROS Colourful, contrast-rich pictures Surprisingly few backlight distractions Strong value Doesn’t meet Ultra HD Premium standards CONS Complicated to use In this case great to

Philips 49PUS6501 UHD 4K TV Review : Delivers the goods right out-of-the-box

The Good Impressive out-of-the-box accuracy Great picture processing Simple to setup and use Decent smart platform Ambilight can be effective Excellent value The Bad Weak

ASUS ROG Strix GL502VS Unboxing And Initial Review : Finally, A Gaming Notebook As Powerful As A Desktop

While gaming notebooks have increasingly become powerful over the years, it’s a generally accepted fact that you’re still trading off a good chunk of potential

Best Xbox One Accessories Review

Best Xbox One Accessories You can have plenty of fun with an Xbox One right out of the box, but you’ll need some extra goodies

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

BlackBerry is said to be announcing three smartphones over the next 12 months, the first of which has debuted as “the world’s most secure Android smartphone”. The

5 phones that promised to be iPhone killers

It’s fair to say that almost every smartphone manufacturer wants to bring out an iPhone killer, but so far none have succeeded. Samsung sells more

Best smartphones to look forward to in 2016

With the pace of smartphone evolution moving so fast, there’s always something waiting in the wings. No sooner have you spied the latest handset, then