LG’s V-series has experienced yet another revamp in design with its latest entry, the V30. That’s not saying it’s a downgrade, however; in fact, this may be the most beautiful LG smartphone to date.
I’ve always been an iPhone user but my work at GadgetMatch has really been challenging this notion. The last Samsung launch I covered had me doubting this Apple relationship, and I was tested — even more so, when the Pink Galaxy S8 came out (because pink, duh).
My time with the Galaxy Note 8 further bolstered the proposition that I could possibly be an Android user at heart.
They say opportunity comes only once, and when it knocks, you have all but one chance to seize the day.
The tech world, however, operates by different rules. Each year is a chance to get things right, to improve on a great idea, or to pick up the pieces from a disastrous fall.
In the case of Samsung’s hugely popular Galaxy Note series, so hard was its tumble last year, so fiery was its fall, that at one point, a comeback was thought to be impossible.
ASUS has just released the latest in their ZenFone line, and they went all out releasing not just one, but a number of phones, for different types of users. One of the models that I’m particularly interested in would be the ZenFone 4 Selfie.
Following its global debut last month, Motorola’s latest modular smartphone is making its way to Southeast Asia with a regional launch in Bangkok today.
With everyone but Motorola abandoning the modular smartphone dream, a lot is riding on the Moto Z2 Play — does the phone have what it takes to carry the modular torch?
OnePlus has come a long way from the OnePlus One and its invite-only system. Now on its sixth smartphone release (the OnePlus 4 was skipped, but there’s a OnePlus X and 3T in between), expectations are higher than ever for the OnePlus 5. Here are my thoughts on the new flagship phone.
A few days after it appeared on the official online store, the OPPO R11 was launched in Shenzhen, China. This is the R9s’ successor and the newest dual-camera flagship addition to the OPPO roster. Here are my thoughts after two full days with it in the bustling city.
With smartphones transitioning to the size of tablets, it can be hard to navigate your way around one with convenience. It’s a petty complaint but if you have small hands, want to just check your phone, and reply quickly without having to fumble with both hands, you’ll get why.
Sure, we got our hands on the ASUS ZenFone AR back when it was first announced in January, but it didn’t have that one feature everyone was talking about: Project Tango.
With the advent of Snapchat and cute doggie stickers that become instant face filters (sorely needed on days I’m not feeling a hundred percent), simple photo selfies have become a rarity in my camera roll — I mean, who has time to airbrush and edit said selfies after shooting?
Sony is once again pushing the boundaries of smartphone displays. After announcing the world’s first smartphone with a 4K display (Xperia Z5 Premium), the company kicked it up a notch by introducing the world’s first 4K HDR smartphone, the Xperia XZ Premium.
If you thought Sony’s A6300 had everything you wanted in a camera, wait until you see what its successor the A6500 brings to the table!
Whenever a smartphone has a Plus at the end of its name you expect it to be bigger and better than its namesake.
But that’s not the case when it comes to the V5 Plus, the newest smartphone from Chinese up and comer Vivo. In fact when it comes down to the tale of the tape, the V5 Plus is roughly the same size as the V5 that came a few months before it.
We’ve seen the new Sony Xperia XZ up close at IFA 2016 in Berlin, where it was first revealed in September. Since then, the Android flagship has made its way to the U.S, Europe, India, Japan, and other parts of the world. And now, it’s making its way to the Philippines in time for the holidays.
As soon as you read the name, you’d automatically think the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is one those sleek Android tablets you’ve seen in the news. That’s only half right, because this Galaxy is a full-fledged Windows 10 convertible through and through.
Another year, another iPhone release. This year, as has been the case the past two years, we’re getting two models: the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The original PlayStation 4 has been available for nearly three years already, and fans have been clamoring for an upgrade. Blame it on being spoiled by the yearly successors smartphones and laptops have been getting, but now does seem like a good time to add some much-needed features to the old PS4. The PlayStation Pro and Slim are doing just that.