Samsung Galaxy S20 review

Introduction It’s amazing how little the €900 Galaxy S20 sacrifices compared to its €1,000+ bigger sibling and even the S20 Ultra, which starts at €1,300. Samsung Galaxy S20 review The S20 and S20+ are so incredibly similar that the choice between the two comes down to size preference. Especially if you are in no rush ….  Read More

vivo V15 Pro review

Introduction High-end features in a relatively affordable package. That’s the vivo V15 Pro in a few words. Or you can say that this phone is vivo’s attempt to bring everything we love about the first vivo NEX to the masses. And thanks to the fast developing tech, we can even go ahead and say that ….  Read More

Huawei P30 hands-on review

Introduction The P30 Pro may be the star of the show, but let’s not ignore the non-Pro P30 – the slightly down-specced model in Huawei’s just-announced P-series roster. While we had the P30 Pro for an extended time (you can’t have missed the review), the P30 we only managed to snatch for a brief hands-on, ….  Read More

Huawei P30 Pro review

Introduction Huawei has completely blurred the lines between its signature Mate and P series by raising the bar higher and higher every six months. And it has done it yet again with the Huawei P30 Pro – now with an even larger AMOLED screen and a brand-new quad-camera setup that aims to become the new ….  Read More

Honor View 20 long-term review

Introduction For every flagship smartphone, there’s always a watered-down alternative that doesn’t deliver exactly all the same features but ends up being much cheaper. You can say that the Honor View 20 is technically a watered-down Huawei Mate 20 Pro, but the features that are “watered down” don’t dilute the overall experience that we loved ….  Read More

Samsung Galaxy M10 review

Introduction After making a couple of adjustments to its strategy, Samsung is finally ready to make a comeback to the low-end and mid-range markets. Enter the Galaxy M-series – the Galaxy M10, in particular. The phone is the cheapest from the lineup while trying to cover all of the basics. But it’s going to be ….  Read More

Google Pixel 4 XL review

Introduction The Google Pixel 4 duo was not Google’s best-kept secret. We saw pictures of the phone weeks before the event, and we even learned about Face unlock while Google teased the Motion Sense features ahead of its event. The Google Pixel 4 XL represents everything that Google has learned in the first four iterations ….  Read More

Amazfit GTR watch review

Introduction The Amazfit GTR is technically not a smartwatch. It lacks a proper OS and can’t really run additional apps. You are limited to the features you get out of the box, meaning that it perhaps falls in the category of fitness trackers. But it’s a lot more than that so we can probably agree ….  Read More

Oppo Reno Ace review

Introduction Oppo Renos come with a ton of varieties of alphanumeric soup attached as model monikers, but this newest one stands out – the Oppo Reno Ace. True to its name, the Ace packs top-end hardware, including a high refresh rate display, Qualcomm’s latest Plus chip, and the fastest charging we’ve seen. The Reno Ace ….  Read More

LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen review

Introduction The LG G8X premiered at IFA last September, but it’s not an upgrade of the G8 headliner. The G8X is a reimagined version with a larger screen of lower resolution, a beefier battery, and often ships with a dedicated Dual Screen case. The LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen title is not the best review ….  Read More