Xiaomi has built a reputation on over delivering and under pricing. Its latest smartphone, the Mi 5, looks to continue that legacy with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a metal and glass build, and a 16-megapixel rear camera with 4-axis OIS, all for just S$619. Another surefire winner? We find out.
TGIF! Celebrate the start of the weekend with some retail therapy, with a great deal on a speaker, a bundle of games and more.
Dying to play Pokémon GO ahead of its Asia release date but don't want to root your phone or risk downloading the malware APK that's been floating around? Avoid it by downloading the official app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store from any country. Here's how.
Plenty has been made of Huawei P9's camera - especially since it's co-engineered with Leica. But how does it actually perform? We put one to the test to find out!
Will the design, camera, and battery life improvements of the Sony Xperia X be enough to compete with the current panel of flagship smartphones? We find out in this review.
MWC Shanghai 2016 had no shortage of cool and quirky tech gadgets that were making its rounds. If you want to see a retail-ready smartphone with video projection, or a 24K gold SIM card, this is the place to be.
Celebrate Hari Raya Puasa by treating yourself to some new gadgets!
At MWC Shanghai 2016, we've had the opportunity to play with Lenovo's very own Snapdragon 820-based smartphone.
There hasn't been a flagship Windows phone in Singapore since 2014. But now Lumia is back, with the 950 and 950 XL, two flagship-spec devices with QHD Super AMOLED displays, Windows 10 Mobile OS and 20MP PureView rear cameras. Is it enough to make you finally care about Windows phone? We find out.
Leagoo, a relatively new smartphone brand from China, entered the local market with its 6-inch Shark 1 smartphone that boasts a whopping 6,300mAh battery. Priced at S$399, can the Shark 1 provide compelling performance and bang for the buck in this competitive space? Find out in our review!