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
The coming weeks and months are hugely significant for Apple and Samsung. The iPhone 8 is set to come out later this month, whilst Samsung’s Galaxy S9 is rumoured to be in development, with the Note 8 about to hit stores. Both companies have had a lot to contend with lately, particularly the latter.
Sony Mobile Communications today announced a new addition to the revamped Xperia X series — the deceptively small Xperia XA Ultra. Continue reading “Sony unveils the Xperia XA Ultra with a giant, ‘bezel-less’ display”
The Huawei GR 5 is a well-balanced mid-tier smartphone priced at only $378. It’s armed with a fingerprint sensor capable of gesture controls and a fluid EmotionUI that makes it a joy to use. The phone is pretty well-balanced and respectable for a mid-tier device, but the speed of the phone could be improved upon. Have a look at the brief Pros and Cons, as well as the specifications before diving in! Continue reading “Huawei GR 5 Review: A Balanced Competitor”
The Lenovo Vibe Shot is a pretty impressive mid-tier smartphone at $479 with a remarkable camera and fairly decent processor. With a 5″ screen and light aluminium frame, this slick phone fits well in the palm of our hands and … Continue reading Lenovo Vibe Shot Review: An Edgy Sharpshooter
The OPPO F1 is OPPO’s new response to the #selfie trend right now. With ASUS coming up with the ZenFone Selfie and Samsung with the J5 and J7, will the F1 be able to fight on par with these giants? We think so. OPPO may be relatively new in the Singaporean market, but it has established a solid reputation here. Out of all the android smartphones, it has one of the best all-rounded performances and a camera that captures light and colours that most phones in it’s price range can’t. Continue reading “OPPO F1 Review: Formula One Selfie Shooter”