The new Moto flagship and mainstream smartphones are officially available to the Singapore market, together with their Moto Mod add-ons.
5.7-inch dual-curved OLED display, 3D curved back, 23MP rear camera, Quick Charge 3.0 - is the Mi Note 2 the Galaxy Note 7 replacement you've been waiting for? Here's our hands-on.
If you're in the market for a new phone to replace your Samsung Galaxy Note7, we've got some great options for you.
Samsung Mobile Singapore shared the full details of the Galaxy Note7 exchange/refund program recently. Are consumers in Singapore getting a good refund deal against other countries? Let's check out the different programs!
LG's newest flagship smartphone, the V20, will be coming to Singapore on 5th November for S$998. The V20 sports a bevy of high-end pro-sumer features, including a Hi-Fi Quad DAC with speakers tuned by B&O, an HD Audio Recorder, and front and rear wide-angle lens cameras. We take a closer look.
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 might go down in history as the smartphone with the shortest shelf life. We take a look at its two-month journey from the launch to its unfortunate demise.
Google is serious about self-branding their new Pixel smartphones, which is a move away from the Nexus strategy we are familiar with so far. Find out more about their new handsets, strategy and other updates from Google.
The outgoing ZenFone Max has set high expectations, but how does the ZenFone 3 Max fare as a battery juggernaut? Will it fare as good, or would it be even better? We take the fancier new Max phone for a spin and find out.
TP-Link, a well known name in the networking realm, entered the smartphone market with three smartphone models this year. Here are our first impressions of the model with the biggest screen, the 5.5-inch Neffos C5 Max.
Nearly everything on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus is an upgrade: build, display, speakers, storage, processor, battery life, cameras. But are any of these things the next big thing? Here's what we think.