smartphones

Smartisan Nut Pro Review: Stunning Look + Dual-Camera

We know the thousand-yuan smartphone market is full of different models. This is the most attractive niche. So all manufacturers try to come in with

Android O – 5 New & 5 Hidden Features Which You Must Know!

Finally Google has released the next big iteration of Android in the form of beta update and it is code named as Android O and

Hands on: Huawei MateBook D review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The new MateBook D isn’t the most exciting product in Huawei’s first laptop range, but it may be suitable for your next

Sony Xperia XZ Premium review: 4K flagship has stacks of specs appeal

The Sony Xperia XZ Premium sits at the top of the huge portfolio of Sony smartphones, pulling together advanced camera and display technology from other

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

Sony Xperia XA1 review: A brilliant camera with a mediocre phone attached

PROS Camera can take excellent pictures Compact build All-day battery life CONS Camera software is slow and fiddly Sometimes very poor performance No fingerprint scanner

Xiaomi Mi 6 Review

Pros: Blazing performance Generous RAM Fantastic cameras Beautiful build Cons: No headphone jack No official after sales support in the country Lack of LTE 700MHz

OPPO F3 Review

What we liked: * Premium build * Good rear and front cameras * Good display * Good loudspeaker * Triple slot What we didn’t: *

Xiaomi Redmi 4A Review : REAL HERO OF BUDGET CLASS

Xiaomi is known for its low-cost smartphones. It can be flagship devices like Xiaomi Mi6, and very budget phones up to $100, like Xiaomi Redmi 4A. Today

Motorola Moto C vs Moto E3 vs Moto G5: Which budget Moto phone is right for you?

Motorola has already announced several smartphones this year, including two new Moto Gs and two Moto Cs. Based on the rumours though, that won’t be

HTC U11: Everything you need to know

While you were probably sleeping, HTC took the covers off the new HTC U11. The company’s latest flagship Android smartphone borrows the style of the

Daydream: Everything you need to know about Google’s VR platform

The essential guide to all things Daydream Since its first announcement at the tenth Google I/O, it’s been clear that Google has wanted to push

Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime Review: Middle Child of the J Series

The Middle of the Mid-Ranged Galaxy J Series Samsung hot ticket item these days may be their flagship devices, the Galaxy S8 and S8+, but

Everything you need to know about augmented reality: Then, now & next

The past, present and future of AR What is augmented reality? Only the technology that is getting Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook super stoked, that’s

Leagoo M8 Pro Review – Dual Camera For $80 Just Got Real!

Better Performance, Better Features, And Better Camera! Dual cameras are trending these days. Aren’t they? They have changed scenario of smartphone photography. Instead of putting

Samsung DeX Review: The Phone-as-PC Dream Remains Elusive

THE GOOD Super-simple setup Cheaper than most Chromebooks Easy to use Adds Ethernet and two USB Type-A ports THE BAD Small number of officially supported

Moto C and Moto C Plus First Impression Review : BUDGET SMARTPHONES

Lately, many budget smartphones have been released: Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) for $170, Huawei Y3 for $60, and now Motorola unveiled two models: Moto C

Sony Alpha A99 II review: Proving that translucent can triumph

Holy moly, what a specification the Sony A99 II offers: a 42.4-million-pixel BSI (back illuminated) full-frame CMOS sensor, a 399-point hybrid autofocus system, 12-frames per

Hands on: Asus AsusPro B9440UA review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The AsusPro B9440UA is a fantastic piece of technology in many ways, but we’re not big fans of the hinge – plus

ZTE Blade X Max Hands-on Review – budget smartphone: specs, performance, price, release date

ZTE company can not be called the leading smartphone manufacturer. But it offers a wide range of devices:  there are super budget phones, and very

Blackview P2 Lite Review: 6000mAh Battery Phone at $129.99

If you are looking for a large-capacity battery phone but don’t want to pay a fortune, there is a great device matching most of your

Sony Xperia XZs Review: An awesome flagship most will ignore!

Last year’s Sony Xperia XZ had all the makings of a true flagship but was a brilliant phone that most overlooked besides ardent Sony fans.

Best Cheap Phones of 2017 – Unlocked Android Smartphones

Both the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are fantastic phones — in fact, we think they’re the best Android phones available and Samsung is now taking

Meitu M8 Quick Hands-on Review: AI on a Selfie-Focused Phone

Nowadays when almost all smartphone makers design devices looking identically there is a manufacturer trying to stand out. If you are familiar with Chinese brands,

Samsung Galaxy C: IS IT THE FIRST DUAL CAMERA PHONE?

Smartphones manufacturers do not get tired of surprising users with new features. When we confidently think that nothing new can be invented, companies develop dual camera

Everything you need to know about Android O Beta

Android O Beta: Name, release date, news, features and how to download the developer preview The first Android O developer preview is already out in

Lenovo A6600 Plus Review

Pros: Great build Has a dedicated microSD card slot Stock Android in tow Cons: Very slow charging Drains really fast SoC is underwhelming for the

Cherry Mobile Desire R7 and R7 Plus Quick Review: Handsome, Do-it-all Phones

Here’s our first look at the Cherry Mobile Desire R7 and R7 Plus! Local outfit Cherry Mobile has sorta-announced their new budget smartphones, the R7

Nubia Z17 mini Camera Review: It’s About Software

Last year in March ZTE launched the first dual-camera phone for its Nubia line dubbed as the M2. The manufacturer came in with another device

New Nintendo 2DS XL Hand-on Review

KEY FEATURES Release Date: July 28 Clamshell design Two colour variants: Black/Blue or White/Orange “New” 3DS-line features incl. C-Stick and additional shoulder buttons Screens same