Summary Note: the full name of the phone that I am reviewing, which is the variant that is on sale in Singapore, is LG G7+ ThinQ, where the ‘+’ denotes that this is the 128GB/6GB variant rather than the 64GB/4GB … Continue reading LG G7+ ThinQ Review
Just recently, we reviewed the Neffos N1, TP-Link’s flagship, mid-tier-priced smartphone. And when there’s a flagship, there’s a budget option too. Cue the Neffos C7. It’s the budget of the budget; a handset which is aimed squarely at the very bottom … Continue reading Neffos C7 – You can’t get more value than this.
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
Introduction It has only been a year since we have seen the Pixel name come to the smartphone market, having replaced the Nexus series as Google’s stock Android based mobile offering only in October last year. At the time, in … Continue reading Google Pixel 2 XL Review — Return to the Android throne?
To uninformed photographers, more might always seem better. Others know though, that too much of a good thing can be bad. When Canon launched the twin DSLRs, the 5Ds and 5Ds R, they made history by stuffing APS-C level of pixel … Continue reading Canon EOS 5Ds R Review: Razor Sharp Photography
Introduction When curved 21:9 monitors were first released, we thought it was going to be a fad. But our experience with the LG 34UC98 made us go from asking “Who needs a display like that?” to “I need a display … Continue reading LG 34UC98 Monitor Review — Good Things Don’t Come Cheap
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