Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Review – P for Perfect?


When Sony announced their new flagship Z5 series, it was done with much fanfare for the three devices launched – the Z5, Z5 Compact and Z5 Premium. At the launch event we were invited to have a look at the former two, with only wall-mounted units of the Z5 Premium available to play around with. It was, then, with much excitement we received our review set of the Z5P – the first in its class to house a 4K resolution display. How was it, then?  Continue reading “Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Review – P for Perfect?”

Sony Xperia Z5 – First Impressions

Yesterday we got a chance to go down to Sony Singapore’s launch of their recently announced Xperia Z5 smartphones (except for the Z5 Premium – that’s launching slightly later) and see just what Sony has pulled out of the bag this time. For more information on the specifications, what’s new in the three devices and what’s not, you can also check out our article on the IFA launch of the Z5.

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64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 and 808 mobile CPU announced

Qualcomm today announced its next-generation mobile processors for the Snapdragon 800 family – 810 and 808. These new chips are designed to deliver even better performance and delight compared to what’s currently available to handset vendors today. The main improvements with these two chips is the 64-bit architecture and Cat 6 LTE.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review – Noteworthy


Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 review – the most powerful Samsung phone yet. It released just as September ended, and went on to become a very well grossing product, even if its image was tainted with the fake region locking fiasco. It is expensive, but priced the same as all other flagships, while packing in some very useful features and top of the line specs. Still, not everything is perfect, especially considering the plastic body while Apple, HTC and Sony have moved on to aluminium, and TouchWiz is as poor as ever. The target audience of the Note 3 then falls to those who need a large screen for entertainment purposes, as well as the multitude of S-Pen functions useful in note taking and the like.

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