We were looking forward to a hint for what Android O will actually be called during Google I/O. Sadly, the search giant kept its lips sealed, but that didn’t stop us from asking our favorite YouTubers what they think the next Android version will be named!
High-end gaming laptops are notorious for being these bulky, overbearing machines despite falling under the “portable” category. Crazy, right? Even crazier is Acer’s new Predator Triton 700, and we have our first look at it.
Nokia managed to get the internet all hyped up with a feature phone. The hype reached fever pitch when Nokia finally unveiled the 2017 version of the 3310 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. For a closer look, here’s our Nokia 3310 hands-on video.
When you talk about phones costing less than $200, lots of compromises come to mind, like having a low-end camera or plasticky body. The Xiaomi Redmi 4 Prime has none of that, and even goes beyond what you’d expect from a budget-friendly smartphone.
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.
With so many audio products available in the market, it takes something truly special to stand out. Fortunately, Sony’s Extra Bass series of wireless headphones and speakers go beyond the call — and they’re priced just right.
It may be late to the market, but the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe is finally starting to trickle out, with Asia being the next stop for the Taiwanese manufacturer’s most premium — and most expensive — smartphone yet.
Nintendo’s palm-sized throwback consoles are incredibly hard to come by right now, but thanks to some crafty digging — and lots of impatience — both are in our hands for a full unboxing video with gameplay footage.
Samsung, Sony, ASUS, and Xiaomi — all four brands have a lot riding on the success of their handsets. Their supersized smartphones, in particular, have been phenomenal lately; so great, in fact, that we reviewed one from each manufacturer recently.
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.
We have it. Both of “it,” actually. Just like last year, the Apple iPhone 7 comes in two sizes, with the standard version coming in at 4.7 inches and the bigger and more expensive Plus model sporting a 5.5-inch display.
There are lots of laptops that are considered razor-thin, but there’s one that’s a little more specific: The Acer Swift 7 is considered to be smartphone-thin, having a profile that’s just below a centimeter at 9.98mm. Leanest notebook ever? Definitely.
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.
We really have to give it to Lenovo for trying to reinvent tablets and notebooks so often. After reviewing their modular yet incredibly sturdy ThinkPad X1 Tablet, we’re now taking a look at the Yoga Book, which is something we’ve never seen before.
Every hero product needs a sidekick, and in the Sony Xperia XZ’s case, it’s the Xperia X Compact fortifying the lineup. It’s a lot like its predecessor, the Xperia Z5 Compact, but the internal package is quite different.
Spotting an Xperia has become second nature to most. A flat rear, signature circular camera lens, and pronounced bezels – that’s a Sony smartphone right there. This year’s flagship, the Xperia XZ, is not much different, yet has a lot more in store for camera lovers.
Samsung didn’t have time for yet another smartphone at IFA 2016 in Berlin, Germany, although the Korean giant did have a new smartwatch up its sleeve. This time around, the latest Gear model is more in line with conventional timepieces, in that it looks more like the genuine article than a fitness tracker.
After reading about the Acer Predator 21 X for the first time earlier this week, we’re sure you’re eager to see how monstrous the gaming notebook looks beside a regular-sized person. This is your chance to find out in our first look embedded above. We even try our best to lift it!
This is it: the final entry in our supersized smartphone series. After covering large handsets that specialize in selfies, look like a premium flagship, and load up on the specs sheet, we’re now looking at a phone prioritizing an ultra size above all else. Indeed, the 6.8-inch ASUS ZenFone 3 Ultra will astound you with its absurd proportions and premium packaging.
When Xiaomi decided to go big with their next smartphone, they weren’t kidding. The Mi Max overshadows most handsets in terms of size, pushing 6.44 inches of display on a full-metal body. It’s by far the China-based manufacturer’s largest phone since starting out, and it has GadgetMatch’s full attention right now.
Last week, we spent a generous amount of time on the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro. It got our unboxing and hands-on treatment as seen above, plus an in-depth look into how well the phone works as a daily driver. With all the exposure we’ve given this phablet, why would we feature it again here? The answer is quite simple, and it involves more of its kind.
How big is too big, really? After seeing phablets as large as 6.8 inches in screen size, anything around 5.5 inches is beginning to feel normal. We’re now taking a look at the Xperia XA Ultra, which is Sony’s largest midranger this year, sitting in what we feel is a comfortable 6 inches.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 launch event took place at the Manhattan Center in New York this week. There were approximately 1,500 in attendance when the Seoul-based company lifted the shroud of secrecy and gave the world a peek into the future.
Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Note 7 at the Unpacked event in New York City yesterday. In case you missed the unveiling of the new phablet from the Korean electronics giant, and you don’t have an hour to spare to sit through the entire live stream, you can watch our “TL; DW” (too long; didn’t watch) version instead.