To say the least about this year, 2022 was noisy. After a relatively tepid 2020 and 2021 owing to the pandemic, a lot of big companies and personalities made sure that this year was going to be a memorable one. While the past two years saw subtle geopolitical moves, 2022 features earth-shaking changes and revolutions in and out of the tech space.
As the year winds itself to a close, let’s go through 2022’s best noise- and newsmakers.
Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard
The year wasted no time. It began with a bang. Only a few days after the holiday season, Microsoft announced that it was purchasing the entirety of Activision Blizzard. The news was nothing to shrug off. Besides the acclaimed Blizzard library, the purchased company also owns the Call of Duty franchise. Microsoft’s purchase means that one company holds all the rights to several of the world’s most popular gaming franchises.
It shouldn’t be a surprise that the move ruffled some feathers, too. Just recently, the American government made moves to block Microsoft from completing its purchase, citing anti-competition claims.
Regardless of where it ends up, the move heralded a trend this year. For example, Tencent purchased Black Shark. Soon after, Sony acquired Bungie Studios, the creator of the Destiny franchise, the next month. Both then conjunctively purchased a chunk of Game of the Year developer FromSoftware.
Netflix says no to password sharing
Netflix hasn’t been having a great year. For the first time, the platform is bleeding for subscribers, losing significant chunks to competitors. As a result, viewers saw a lot of changes and additions coming to the platform in 2022.
Obviously, the one that made the most noise is Netflix’s crackdown on sharing passwords. Though Netflix hasn’t shared how it will enforce new policies, the platform has introduced new ways to encourage people to sign up for their own account, including an option to kick people from an existing account.
The platform has also experimented with more ways to entice new subscribers. One new solution is the introduction of a cheaper, ad-supported tier for those who don’t want to pay the full price of a subscription. Another addition is a gaming section, which now includes widely acclaimed mobile titles from popular and indie developers.
The end of the notch
Not every newsmaker is about a groundbreaking move that changes the entire landscape of the industry. Some revolve around only one company, but its effect resounded far beyond its intended audience. Look at Apple’s year, for example.
While the new iPhone 14 series naturally made headlines, one specific aspect made more than most: the death of the camera notch. After controversially terrorizing the world for years, the camera notch finally started its retirement.
In the premium Pro duo, the iPhone 14 featured the Dynamic Island, a pill-shaped hole that expands to show notifications. Though a pill-shaped hole isn’t exactly revolutionary, it was certainly a breath of fresh air for those who didn’t like the old camera notch. It showed the possibility of melding hardware and software, potentially paving the way for other brands to create their own versions of the Dynamic Island. Regardless, the notch’s controversial history and unceremonious sacking earns it a spot on this year’s list of newsmakers.
Apple versus Europe
While the last entry is certainly good news for both the company and its fans, this one isn’t as forthcoming. Apple isn’t exactly enjoying peaceful waters in Europe. Throughout this year, the European Union set its sights on the tech industry, carefully eyeing potential anti-competition violations.
One of the most affected by Europe’s crackdown is Apple. Earlier this year, the continent declared a sweeping policy which will require all tech companies operating in the area to adopt a single standard for their devices. It’s no surprise that the glory fell to the universally accepted USB-C standard.
Among the best of the best in the industry, Apple remains a stalwart against adopting the standard, opting instead for the proprietary Lightning cable. Well, after Europe’s announcement, Apple will have no choice but to switch to the universal standard. The company even confirmed as much. We can hope that the adoption will affect other territories outside of Europe, too. (Brazil might also join the club, as the country recently banned Apple from selling boxes without USB-C.)
Also, just this month, Europe also called Apple out for forcing app developers to use the App Store to distribute their software. As a result, it’s now possible that Apple might even allow users to install software from third-party app stores and the web directly. The Apple versus Europe isn’t over yet.
Elon Musk buys Twitter
As the year started with a surprising acquisition, the year ends with an even more surprising one. After teasing for a greater part of 2022, billionaire Elon Musk finally bought Twitter. Indeed, if you scroll through the headlines from October through December, you might not go by a week — or even a day — without hearing about Musk or Twitter. There was no greater newsmaker than the controversial duo.
Late last year, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey stepped down from his seat as CEO, potentially sparking this year’s move. Earlier this year, Musk proposed sweeping changes for the platform in a quest to privatize the company. Both Musk and Twitter then went on a back-and-forth exchange, counteroffering one moment and threatening legal action the next.
Eventually, both parties agreed to a deal after heavy negotiations. Now, we’re living in a Musk-owned Twitter landscape. The new owner wasted no time in implementing crazy changes to the platform. To start, Twitter experimented with a new Twitter Blue subscription program, allowing users to pay for a blue checkmark (which was once coveted by popular personalities). The platform also tried out laxer moderation policies (except against parodies), resulting in the end of its misinformation policy and the reinstatement of formerly banned accounts. And we’re just getting started; undoubtedly, Musk has more plans in store for the platform come the new year.
Conclusions in 2023
Despite how noisy the industry was in 2022, all newsmakers in this list lack a conclusion. Will Microsoft buy Activision Blizzard after all? How will Netflix and Twitter evolve even further? Is Apple adopting Europe’s standards everywhere? Will the Dynamic Island make an appearance elsewhere? Stay tuned for the conclusions to these stories next year.
Best Smartphones of 2023
Which one is your GadgetMatch?
Year after year, it gets tougher and tougher to make Best Smartphones lists. The smartphones keep getting better with only a few differences here and there. And the deciding factor being one’s own preference – making it your ‘match’.
But we still tried. Here’s our Best Smartphones 2023 picks, with quotes lifted from the content we produced on the smartphones we had the privilege of using throughout the year.
Best Overall — iPhone 15 Pro
Michael Josh on the iPhone 15 Pro/ Pro Max
If you own an iPhone 13, iPhone 14, no matter what you want to hear, I’m here to tell you, you do not need one. Is the iPhone 15 Pro worth it? Sure, yes it is.
But at the same time, I know a lot of you have already made up your mind and are coming here to get validation. Sure. Go ahead. If you have the money, upgrade. If you’re an iPhone forever plan, why not. Upgrade.
But seriously, there is a lot to love about the new iPhone 15 Pro Series. That new titanium build is sexy, it’s light and it’s definitely what I’ve been waiting for.
That action button, I believe, is going to be a game changer. Soon they’re going to open it up to third-party app developers also. That USB-C port is gonna open it up to a bunch of new possibilities as well as compatibility. And that new camera has set the bar for everybody else to try to beat.
Plus, if you’re a Pro user, if you’re a content creator, a professional video creator, then you’re definitely going to want to leverage all of its new features as well.
There’s no beating around the bush, the iPhone 15 Pro Max is the best smartphone you can get today. I highly recommend that you go out and get it.
Honorable mention: Pixel 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, OnePlus Open/OPPO Find N3
Best Foldable — OnePlus Open/OPPO Find N3
Rodneil on the OPPO Find N3
The connection I had with the Find N3 went beyond my sense of touch. The way its software worked almost as seamlessly as the Galaxy Z Fold5 did, tickled my other senses.
I can go from folded to unfolded without missing a beat. Opening two apps in a split screen is a two-finger swipe down gesture.
It is, by all intents and purposes, the exact kind of device I once dreamt of using when I was much, much younger, imagining myself attending to online work while staying present in my immediate vicinity.
My wish of having the Galaxy Z Fold5’s software running in a better smartphone-to-mini-tablet form factor appears to have been granted. The OPPO Find N3’s software and hardware combo is a lot closer to the sweet spot I personally prefer
Every second I spent with the Find N3 was pure bliss.
Honorable mentions: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5, HONOR Magic Vs/V2
Best Flip — OPPO Find N3 Flip
MJ on the Find N3 Flip
The OPPO Find N3 Flip is an excellent flagship smartphone. Everything good about its predecessor was retained, and the rest were made better. It’s not just an accessory to make a statement anymore; it’s a functional device that can keep up with whatever lifestyle you have.
If you’re open to trying a new form factor and you’re ready to jump, I’d say take the leap of faith and see where the affair will take you. A flip smartphone like the Find N3 Flip has a certain allure that you can only imagine. It’s time to flip your life around and open yourself to an array of experiences.
Did I find my GadgetMatch for the year? Highly likely, it’s a yes. After all, the OPPO Find N3 Flip earns the GadgetMatch Seal of Approval. There’s something special about it, and I can’t help but gush over a smartphone worthy of being in my pocket.
Honorable mentions: motorola razr+, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5
Best Design — OPPO Find N3 Flip
MJ on the Find N3 Flip
The Find N3 Flip felt like the partner I’ve been looking for. It fits my palm, it’s compact enough to be tucked inside my pocket, and more importantly, it can keep up with my active and busy lifestyle.
I was able to take the Find N3 Flip to the great outdoors. It was robust enough, despite having a glass body. As someone fond of extreme activities, I’d admit that a flip smartphone looks delicate as a daily driver.
But somehow, it felt sturdy enough to accompany me. Perhaps, thanks to its aircraft-grade stainless steel core.
The IPX4 rating, although a bit low, allowed me to continually use the Find N3 Flip even when it’s drizzling.
Honorable mentions: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5
Best for Overall Photography — OPPO Find X6 Pro
Michael Josh on the Find X6 Pro
You know how if a smartphone has like 3 cameras. You can expect the main camera to be super good. And the rest to be…not as good? Well OPPO hopes to change that with the Find X6 Pro.
They’re saying, this phone has 3 main cameras. Instead of just one. And while that doesn’t mean they all have the same sensor and specs.Compared to its competitors. This phone is way closer to that.
All 3 main cameras whether that be wide, ultra wide or telephoto are all 50MP shooters. All have large sensors. And all have wide apertures.
Earlier this month I took a photo trip in Malaga and Granada in the south of Spain to test out this camera phone. But before I show you my favorite photos from that trip let’s take a look at comparisons to see why the idea behind 3 main cameras makes a difference.
Honorable Mentions: Huawei P60 Pro, Xiaomi 13 Pro, Pixel 8 Pro
Best for Overall Videography — iPhone 15 Pro Max
From our iPhone 15 Pro/Pro Max Review
When it comes to the iPhone 15 Pro Series’ Cameras there’s a lot more to cover. Like being able to record videos in LOG and being able to apply your own Lutz, external recording to an SSD, or being able to use the a USB-3.2 cable to shoot and immediately transfer 48MP ProRes RAW files to a Mac using Capture One — just like they do in pro photography studios.
Cinematic Mode also gets an update and while filming you can now zoom in. So here’s a quick video montage that we shot all with Cinematic Mode.
Honorable Mentions: Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
Best for Selfie Photos — OPPO Find N3 Flip
MJ on the OPPO Find N3 Flip
What I loved the most about the Find N3 Flip is how it fits everything together. The best-in-class cameras work hand-in-hand with various form factors that you can do while shooting and recording.
You can put it up like a tent, let it stand like a tripod, take photos like the usual slate phones, or fold it and use the cover screen.
Let the rear cameras do their magic. After all, it uses a 50-megapixel Sony IMX890 sensor for its main shooter; a 48-megapixel Sony IMX581 ultra-wide camera; and a 32-megapixel Sony IMX709 telephoto lens.
Inside, you can find a 32-megapixel Sony IMX709 selfie shooter. While I will never be fond of its selfies due to padded beautification even if you turn it off, the Find N3 Flip takes gorgeous selfies if you’d like to look fresh even when you just woke up.
Honorable Mentions: HONOR 90
Best for Selfie Videos — Infinix Zero 30 5G
MJ on the Infinix Zero 30 5G
Not a lot of smartphones prioritize their front cameras. All eyes are on its rear cameras capable of up to 100x zoom or something like that. While they’re nice to have when you’re traveling and out and about, I appreciate the efforts Infinix put into the ZERO 30 5G.
It’s equipped with a 50-megapixel front camera that’s capable of recording 4K videos at 30 or 60fps, and 1080p at 30fps.
Having that camera system allowed me to film my fitness journey, especially at a time when I was hitting almost rock bottom and I was only living life between home and the gym.
Here’s a reel stitched from 4K videos, all taken using the Infinix ZERO 30 5G.
Best Zoom Photo — Huawei P60 Pro
Rodneil on the Huawei P60 Pro
The Huawei P60 Pro does a great job of capturing multiple types of scenes. The main camera is great for capturing general scenes and quick snaps.
My personal favorite is the telephoto lens. Something about it just adds character to the shots you take. It’s great for closing in on your subject, whether that’s architecture or food.
Honorable Mentions: Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
Best Zoom Video — Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
Rodneil on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra might not be king when it comes to overall video. But it’s undisputed in Zoom Videos.
Here are a few samples, not just of zoom, but also of its overall video shooting prowess.
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— rodneil (@rodneilquiteles) September 30, 2023
Best Portrait Shooter — iPhone 15 Pro Max
Michael Josh on the iPhone 15 Pro Max
The other big change that I think is going to be a game changer is called Next Gen Portraits.
I love portrait mode. That blurry background can really bring a subject into focus. But previously the quality hasn’t been as good as just using the main camera. That’s addressed this year.
For the first time on an iPhone — Portrait Mode is now powered by the Photonic Engine.
So you get all the benefits of Deep Fusion and Smart HDR. Even better, you don’t even have to turn Portrait Mode on.
Honorable Mentions: Huawei P60 Pro, Xiaomi 13 Pro, HONOR Magic5 Pro
Best Travel Companion — Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5
MJ on the Galaxy Z Flip5
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 is more than just a flip smartphone requiring delicate care. It’s already worthy of being a daily driver that can match any of your lifestyle — even if the one you chose is an extreme one. I’ve seen people carrying either a flip or a fold on a trail run, and it always amazes me how daring they are until I’ve experienced using one.
Best Gaming — ROG Phone 7
Rodneil on the ROG Phone 7
With the ROG Phone, you know what you’re getting: A gaming smartphone with gaming-specific features. There’s the distinctly gamer look with a bunch of lines that evoke a mech-vibe.
Literally no one else is doing it quite like the ROG Phone. From form to function, it’s THE undisputed gaming smartphone of choice. And the ROG Phone 7 Ultimate continues that tradition. It’s the best that the ROG Phone has ever been and that’s something we’ve come to expect year in and year out.
Honorable Mention: iPhone 15 Pro/Pro Max
Best Value-for-money — POCO F5 Pro
Luigi on the POCO F5 Pro
The POCO F5 Pro does a lot of things right. Though the smartphone doesn’t offer one thing for users to exclusively focus on, it shines with a cohesive flagship experience worthy of its price.
Is your match not on the list? It’s likely we just didn’t get a chance to use it. Tell us what your GadgetMatch is!
Recap: Handheld consoles are the future of gaming
2023 was their year
There’s no denying that 2023 is an amazing year to be a gamer. Besides a refreshing deluge of must-play games that came every month, one particular segment in the gaming industry has been instrumental in this year’s gaming boom — handheld consoles. Whether you’re a Switch stalwart or a Legion Go lover, there is so much to love about handheld gaming in 2023. As the year winds down, let’s look back at the handheld console boom of 2023.
In the beginning…
Flashback! Before we tackle 2023 for real, let’s rewind back to the start of the year. Back in January, a lot of gamers were playing with the new Steam Decks they got for Christmas. At the time, those who wanted to try handheld gaming were limited to only a few options: the classic Nintendo Switch, the Logitech G Cloud, the Razer Kishi, and the Steam Deck.
Make no mistake, though. While there are a lot of options (including niche ones not included above), it was still Nintendo’s world. The Steam Deck was still on the rise.
Now, the landscape looks different. Though the Switch is still a reliable option for handheld gamers, the rise of PC-based handheld consoles makes for an exciting playground for those who want to play through less than conventional methods.
The rise of pocket-sized PCs
Though a product of 2022, the Steam Deck paved the way for PC-based handheld consoles to break into the scene this year. Further bolstered by the new AMD Ryzen Z1 series of processors, it’s about time for smaller PCs to share the spotlight.
If, like us, you were waiting for a more powerful option before buying into the handheld gaming segment, 2023 is your year. Besides the Steam Deck, players now have two additional options: the Lenovo Legion Go and the ASUS ROG Ally.
All three consoles have achieved a dream that was practically impossible a few years ago: a decently specced PC in a lithe body of a handheld device. Today’s technology allows players to launch modern games while on the go, albeit at lesser graphics settings.
Plus, unlike the Steam Deck, the Legion Go and the ROG Ally both ran on Windows. Both are, quite literally, PCs in smaller bodies. Besides offering an easy way to play, it’s easy to use either device for other purposes. If you want to, say, emulate older titles that most gaming platforms don’t have, it’s easy to install the relevant software and play them on the consoles.
Oh, and that doesn’t even begin to touch the different quirks that each console has. For example, the Legion Go, besides being a powerhouse already, has a unique take on the form factor: detachable controllers and an FPS mode.
Don’t count the Steam Deck out either. Soon after the two consoles launched, Valve suddenly dropped an OLED version of its console, pushing the envelope even further.
Up in the clouds
Understandably, PCs might not be your cup of tea. While the above consoles represent the cream of the crop in the segment now, non-PC-based consoles also made their presence felt this year. The biggest of which is the new PlayStation Portal.
Unfortunately, the PlayStation Portal isn’t the PlayStation Portable revival that a lot of people were clamoring for. Instead, the new console uses PS Remote Play to stream your PlayStation 5 games. Naturally, it doesn’t offer the same amount of variety as its counterparts. It’s just a way for you to play your PS5 games on the go.
If you’re content with just mobile gaming, the segment also got a touch of magic this year. Now, gamers already have a plethora of options for mobile games. However, Razer is packing more juice with the Razer Edge, an advanced way to play Android-based titles.
A Game Boy in 2023?
Finally, there’s a slew of niche consoles you can get for a healthy dose of nostalgia. If you miss playing older titles, newer devices are bringing them back. The Analogue Pocket, for example, can play over 2,700 cartridges from the Game Boy era. Though built with a modern screen and protected by Gorilla Glass, the Pocket is a veritable blast from the past.
Want something more esoteric? The Playdate is one of the weirdest consoles we’ve ever seen, but that’s just part of the charm. Shaped like a tiny Game Boy, the console features its own series of small games to whittle down the time. It also has a tiny crank that, while it looks odd, makes for unique gaming experiences. For example, Root Bear (get it?) has you pouring drinks using the crank for a particularly picky bear.
The future of handheld gaming
Seeing all these consoles thriving is exciting to see as a gamer. However, the Switch being silent this year is admittedly scary. While the console saw a lot of notable games coming to the platform, Nintendo revealed almost nothing about a potential Switch sequel. Minus the odd comment sprinkled throughout the year, it feels like the calm before the storm. While the original Switch series is still capable in its own right, it’s possible that the near future (maybe even next year) will see the arrival of the next Switch.
Speaking of the future, it’ll be interesting to see how the industry responds to the latest consoles that came out this year. It’s just the nature of the industry to keep improving performance. While the current slate of consoles can handle modern games at lower settings, the future might be able to handle games on ultra settings with ray tracing.
Either way, 2023 has been a great year for the handheld gaming segment. If you’ve been waiting to dip your toes into the world of handheld gaming, there is no better time to try things out. Even if more advanced consoles come out in the near future, a handheld console is a huge boon for the gaming industry.
Best of IFA 2023
Foldables, smart home, and more
IFA 2023 in Berlin, Germany has come and gone but we’re still pretty hyped about all the tech present during the show. It had everything from foldables, projectors, smart appliances, and more.
Below are some of our favorites and the ones we deemed are the Best of IFA 2023.
Best Foldable Phone: Honor Magic V2
The HONOR V Purse may have been the brand’s head turner, but that’s just a concept for now. The real star is the HONOR Magic V2 that has been confirmed to launch globally. The Magic V2, as of writing, still holds the title of being the world’s thinnest foldable. It’s absurdly thin but without compromising on the display quality and battery capacity.
This term gets thrown around too often but the Magic V2 is truly an engineering marvel. Jury’s out on how its software will blend with the magnificent hardware. But there’s plenty to be excited about this absolutely stunning foldable smartphone.
Best Projector: XGIMI Horizon Ultra
Movie nights at home are always a good idea, don’t you think? The XGIMI HORIZON Ultra is a great option that won’t break the bank. At US$ 1699 you get a flagship home projector that offers so much value.
It has dual light engine, built-in Harman Kardon speakers, and optics that rival those of high end professional projectors. There’s also intelligent screen adaptation and Android TV. It’s an all-in-one smart home cinema that you’ll enjoy for the years to come.
Best Handheld Vacuum: Roborock Dyad Pro Combo
If you prefer cleaning manually, Roborock has the new Dyad Pro Combo. Acting as a two-in-one device, the vacuum can switch uses with four additional attachments. These accessories allow the vacuum to clean up both dry and wet messes.
The Dyad Pro Combo sucks up messes at 17,000Pa of suction power. It also has intelligent features such as the ability to adapt cleaning power, water flow, and dispensing cleaning solution. For maintenance, the vacuum automatically cleans the roller brushes and dries them with 50°C of hot air.
Best Washer-Dryer: Roborock Zeo One
Roborock is also in the washing machine market. The Zeo One is an all-in-one machine that can accomplish both washing and drying. With a quieter engine, the machine can wash 10kg and dry 6kg of fabric.
The machine’s cycle can soak up to 288,000m2 of moisture. The LintClear Self-Cleaning System can also automatically clean the lint filter by itself.
Finally, the Zeo One is controllable with an app on your phone.
Best Mobility Tech: NIU KQi AirX
The NIU KQI AirX made from an advanced frame crafted entirely from a single piece of carbon fiber. This makes it three times stronger than aluminum but at just 25.8lbs (11.7kg), it’s also lighter than most of the competition.
Its max speed is listed 20mph / 32km/h (subject to local regulations) and can cover about 50km (31mi) on a single charge.
Best Smartphone Accessory: CASETiFY Ultra Bounce Case
One look at the new CASETiFY Ultra Bounce Case is enough to tell you that it means business. The case can reportedly survive over 260 drops on all angles. It can also survive drops from up to 10 meters (or 32 feet) high.
Sporting 10X Military Grade Standard, the case has a 6-Layered Rugged Protection System. The chunky Ultra Bounce Corners have compression ribs with air cavities which minimize drops on the smartphone’s corners.
Despite how rugged the case looks, users can have their case customized with text, patterns, and colors. It is currently available only for iPhone models. However, CASETiFY might release Android versions in the future.
Best Portable Display: LG StanbyME Go
LG keeps thinking outside the box… or more appropriately, outside the home with their lifestyle TVs. The LG StanbyME Go is a 27-inch touch display that features a 20W four-channel speaker system, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos. These are all integrated into a military grade standard case. It lets users enjoy memorable entertainment experiences wherever.
The display is ideal for watching movies, playing games, and more, thanks to its versatile adjustability range. The screen can be rotated 90 degrees from landscape to portrait and back, while its height can be adjusted up to 18 centimeters.
The StanbyME Go can be put in Table mode. Here the screen lies flat so users can play digital board games.
Best ANC Headphones: soundcore Space One
The soundcore Space One Noise Cancelling Headphones are perfect for turning down the noise at the lounge and on the plane. It promises to reduce noise by up to 98%* with adaptive noise cancelling (ANC).
It’s also equipped with 40mm dynamic drivers for that dynamic, round, and crispy sound that we all love to enjoy. And whatever music you’re into, you can enjoy it for a while as the headphones promises up to 40 hours of use with ANC turned on.
Best Fitness Wearable: Withings ScanWatch 2
Need a health tracker but don’t fancy the smartwatches out today? Pickings used to be slim in this department, but entering the fray is the Withings ScanWatch 2. It’s a hybrid smartwatch geared towards keeping you healthy.
Unlike most smartwatches, this doesn’t constant plugging. It promises to last for 30 days all while tracking your heart rate, steps, workouts, and more. All your data is synced into accompanying app so you know to take action where needed.
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