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REVIEW: How Good Is The New LG G6

Australia was supposed to be the first Country in the world after Korea to get the new G6 smartphone, now it appears that LG Korea, is more interested in overseas reviews, than ones generated in Australia ahead of the OZ launch. On Friday several leading publications ran a review of …

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Meizu Pro 6 Plus review: A true alternative flagship?

You often hear the age-old rhetoric that China is taking over the world, and nowhere is that more clear than in the smartphone market. Companies like Huawei, Oppo and Vivo are now in the top five global smartphone vendors. And for good reason: they’re making some top product. One company …

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Nokia 5 hands-on review

Nokia 5 hands-on review You’d be forgiven for wondering who HMD Global is, but at MWC 2017 the company made a huge splash by launching four new phones with the Nokia brand: the wonderfully nostalgic Nokia 3310 as well as three mid-range Android phones with excellent price tags. The three …

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Wileyfox Swift 2 series review: Affordability upgraded

Video output is more or less comparable across all the Swift 2 devices, regardless of sensor size. Clips filmed at 1080p/30 fps are clear, detailed and colourful enough, though audio is a tad muffled screen-side. None of the handsets present with overly fidgety white balance, exposure or focus, which are …

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Hyve Pryme Review

Learning a lot from its previous releases, Hyve Mobility, an Indian Android-based smartphone startup, started by former Apple India enterprise head Sharad Mehrotra, has launched its first “Assembled in India” smartphone. Safely sticking to the current design trends in the smartphone market, the company launched the Hyve Pryme in India …

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Xiaomi smartphone chip plans could see Qualcomm face-off

Xiaomi may have surged rapidly into the public eye (and all that without – officially – a phone on sale in the US) but its next ambitions are even bigger: ousting Qualcomm from its devices. The Chinese company – which has everything from smartphones through smart TVs, and portable batteries …

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