The 2-in-1 hybrid PadFone has always been one of the flagship models in ASUS' product range, but the new PadFone S retails for just S$399, half the price of the previous PadFone Infinity. Is this new low cost PadFone a re-branding of its premium heritage, or the first budget entry for this series? Whichever the case, find out how it fares!
Microsoft is calling the Nokia Lumia 830 an "affordable flagship." And with its sleek aluminum frame and curved-at-the-edges Gorilla Glass 3 screen, it certainly looks like one. But can this S$529 Windows 8.1 smartphone compete with more expensive flagship devices in other areas too? We find out.
"Never Settle" being OnePlus One's motto, it promises to deliver a stock Android experience, while empowering users to tweak and maximize the utility and power of the mobile phone. Does it live up to its motto? We find out in this review.
Did you know, if you have an Intel-based smartphone, it's very likely that some of the components in that smartphone were designed and engineered right here in Singapore? Intel actually has two bases of operations in Singapore, one in Kallang and one in Ang Mo Kio, we took a peek inside its Kallang labs.
In Samsung's vision of the future, everything with a screen is curved. Even devices without curved form factors have curved displays, like the new Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, which has a display that curves right off the edge of the phone like a tiny super AMOLED waterfall. But is the Note Edge the future of smartphones or just a gimmick? We find out.
With a retail price of S$229, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G costs marginally more than the non-4G model and is set for battle against the other budget 4G phones and phablets in the market. Does it do well in giving us consumers the best value for money? Find out in our review!
4G smartphones are now not only easily available, they have also become quite affordable. In the third quarter of 2014 alone, we saw the entry of six 4G smartphones that are priced below S$300. We round up these six phones from the likes of ASUS, HTC, Oppo, Motorola, Samsung and ZTE, and put them to the test. Find out which phone emerges as our top recommendation!
The original Moto X finally made its way to Singapore earlier this year, but we won't have to wait as long for its successor. The Moto X (2014) has an updated design, a larger 5.2-inch Full HD display, a flagship-level Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and better voice and gesture commands, all while retaining its near stock Android OS.
If you can't beat them, join them. And now that Apple has done just that, the world's two biggest smartphone manufacturers each has a premium flagship phablet vying for your attention: Apple's iPhone 6 Plus and Samsung's Galaxy Note 4. But which is the right one for you?
The iPhone is the camera of choice for many casual shooters, while the newer Sony Xperia Z series of phones sport impressive 20.7-megapixel cameras. With the new iPhone 6 and Sony Xperia Z3, it's now time to take a look at these two favorites in a camera performance showdown. Find out how they fared!