All Product Articles tagged ‘android 4.2’
The R1 is the midrange offering from the Chinese phone maker, Oppo. Equipped with a 5-inch 720p display and an 8-megapixel rear camera, is the R1 worth considering over other value-oriented 5-inch smartphones in the market? We find out in this review.
The Mi 3 is Xiaomi's current flagship smartphone with an affordable price tag. Equipped with all the linings of a top device like a 5-inch Full-HD IPS display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor and a 13MP rear camera, can the Xiaomi Mi 3 stand up against other Android flagship smartphones? We spill the beans.
LG entered the 8-inch tablet market with the G Tablet 8.3. As the world's first 8-inch table with a Full-HD display and some nifty software features, can the affordable G Tablet 8.3 set itself apart from its competitors? Let's find out in this review.
The HP Slate 7 Extreme is essentially a rebranded NVIDIA Tegra Note model. It is the first 7-inch OEM Android tablet to come with a stylus, equipped with the NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor and an affordable price tag. Find out how the Slate 7 Extreme goes up against the other 7-inch tablets!
Samsung has been on a roll releasing new tablets for almost every segment, including young pre-school kids! The Galaxy Tab 3 series makes up the company's mainstream offerings and we take a look at the 8-inch variant that's becoming a new sweet spot for consumers.
HP's Slatebook x2 is a 10.1-inch Android tablet with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, a 10.1-inch Full HD display and a dockable keyboard with a built-in battery. Could this tablet be a challenger for ASUS' Transformer Pad range? We take a closer look.
The ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T is a 10-inch Android tablet that packs a serious punch with a NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core 1.9GHz processor, a high resolution display, and a keyboard dock with a battery pack. Can the Transformer Pad Infinity TF701T be the ultimate productivity tablet? We find out in this review.
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8 and 10 incorporate a multimode design where you can use the devices in three different modes - hold, tilt and stand. Is the design more gimmicky than practical? Let's find out in this review.
HTC wants to change people's perception of mid-range and entry-level devices with the Desire 601, which comes with a spoonful of premium features from its One flagship devices at a very affordable price. Is the HTC Desire 601 the ultimate value smartphone for everyone?
ASUS impressed us with the 5-inch version of its eccentric phone-in-tablet PadFone Infinity device when it launched earlier this year. Less than six months later and the Taiwanese company is releasing a new and improved version. We find out if it's worth the upgrade.