Neffos, the mobile phone brand from TP-Link (yes, that company, the one that makes routers) has just come up with its latest and greatest handset – the N1. Despite Neffos being a rather unknown brand in the market, the N1 … Continue reading TP-Link Neffos N1 – Premium phone for a budget price
Back in February, Sony had announced it was wiping the slate clean with the Xperia X series. No more Z, M, or C. Just X. However, the three phones announced there were rather underwhelming. We got the low-end XA, mid-range … Continue reading Sony announces the Xperia XZ and X Compact
When Sony was rumoured to be announcing the Xperia X series, fans of had dared to raise their hopes a little. The Snapdragon 810 had relegated the previous two flagship devices to a decidedly far lower level than what we had … Continue reading Sony Xperia X Review — Right Phone, Wrong Market
The Fitbit Flex, where wearables began Continue reading What is the Fitbit Flex?
Just half a year ago, HTC released the One M8. The M8 was an amazing phone, but now it is time for its successor, the One M9, to pick up the mantle as HTC’s flagship. The One M8 tied up many of the M7’s loose ends, but there were still some aspects HTC overlooked. If the One M9 carries on that trend of excellence, it could turn out to be the phone of the year. Unfortunately, however, we found that the M9 isn’t much of an upgrade over the M8. Although it does present some solid specs and a lovely user interface, it doesn’t warrant an upgrade over any of last year’s flagships. That being said, it is still an enjoyable phone to use, and may well be the right phone for you if its shortcomings don’t bother you. Continue reading “HTC One (M9) Review”
The Xperia Z3 is fourth in line of Sony’s Xperia Z-series, and it is at best an incremental upgrade to the Z2. However, that is not to say that the Z3 is a bad device. It packs quite a punch that might just be enough to knock out all of the competition.
When HTC launched their flagship One (M8), I was quite disappointed with their choice to go with the 4 MP UltraPixel camera. Not long afterwards though, they released a 13 MP variant, albeit in polycarbonate. Read on to find out how this alternative stacks up to the M8, and whether it is any good.