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ASUS Zenfone 3 Laser Review

Pros: * Good build and design * Good performance * Good camera * Above average battery life * Low price Cons: * Plenty of pre-installed

Lenovo Phab2 Plus PB2 hands-on preview – 6.4″ display, 8-core CPU, 3GB RAM and 3 cameras

This July Lenovo announced their new Phab 2, Phab 2 Pro, and Phab 2 Plus. We just received the latter for testing and we can say

ASUS Zenfone 3 Max Review

Pros Longer than average battery life Upgraded build quality from predecessor Swift fingerprint scanner Impressive benchmark scores for its range Cons Quick Charge 2.0/3.0 could

Xiaomi Mi Max review

1. Introduction Goodbye Alexander Bell, hello Tim Berners-Lee and Ray Tomlinson. The inventor of the telephone would not have approved of the hulking 6.44″ but

Meizu m3 note review : To the metal

1. Introduction We guess many users have always looked forward to the Meizu Note lineup. The m1 note (also known as Blue Charm Note in

April 2016 : Smartphone buyer’s guide

Introduction The major releases for the first half of 2016 are out, time to see what’s worth spending your hard earned cash on. For all

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) review

1. Introduction Samsung reinvented itself last year and that gave the A-series a chance for a coup. It took the great new design from the

Meizu m1 metal review

1. Introduction Meizu’s Blue Charm lineup is leveling up with the latest Meizu m1 metal addition. It keeps the low-budget/high-performance profile but Meizu managed to

Samsung Galaxy A8 review

1. Introduction You don’t need to be the best if you can be the crowd favorite. The Samsung Galaxy A8 is Samsung’s thinnest smartphone yet

Moto X Force review: Motorola’s new flagship Android phone with a shatterproof screen

Not content with launching two new Moto X phones in 2015, Motorola has surprised everyone by quietly releasing a third: the Moto X Force –

Sim2 Superlumis review

Pros Unbelievable, cinema-grade picture quality Beautiful design and build quality Endless setup flexibility Cons Onscreen menus aren’t pretty or intuitive Projector runs a bit noisily

Sony VPL-VW300ES review

Pros Ground-breaking value Stunning UHD picture quality Phenomenal upscaling processing Very little input lag Cons Minor crosstalk with 3D Occasional missing shadow detail Key Features: