HTC finally jumps on the phablet bandwagon with its new 5.9-inch One Max. Besides sporting the signature design language of the One, the One Max is also the first recent Android phone to be equipped with a fingerprint sensor. More importantly, how does the HTC One Max fare against the current phablets? Join us as we share our updated findings.
For the first time in recent memory, Samsung is facing very fierce competition in the product category it has created three years ago. Is the Galaxy Note 3 still the best phablet to get this year? We find out in this review.
As the sequel to the most popular Android tablet, the Google Nexus 7 (2013) has some big shoes to fill. Are the upgrades sufficient to keep the Nexus 7 (2013) ahead of the competition? Let's find out in this review.
The launch of the Sony Xperia Z1 comes hot on the heels of Nokia Lumia 1020 and Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom. Can the Xperia Z1's G lens and suite of camera apps propel it ahead of many other 5-inch smartphone options? Find out in our review!
With Samsung, impressive hardware is a given. And with giant smartphones very common these days, Samsung is keen to remind us that there are other Samsung-only technologies that make the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 different from the other phablets. Let's find out what they are.
Toshiba brings the fight to Apple and Samsung with its latest 10.1-inch Excite Write. Armed with NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, a Wacom digitizer pen and a high resolution (2,560 x 1,600 pixel) display, is the Toshiba Excite Write the ultimate tablet for entertainment and productivity?
AC Ryan has just introduced the Veolo 2, the successor to the Veolo - its first Smart Android Hub. The Veolo offered good functionality but was plagued by a cumbersome controller. Does its successor improve on that? Let's find out.
Having a 6.44-inch display in an ultra slim 6.5mm chassis, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra is easily the largest and ironically the sleekest phablet in the market. Did Sony create the perfect phone-tablet hybrid? We find out in this review.
If you spend a lot of time with your Samsung Galaxy device, you might want to consider the Samsung HomeSync - a device that acts as your personal cloud, allowing you to share content from your Galaxy device anywhere and anytime, and also doubles up as a media center.
Slightly thicker than the regular Samsung Galaxy S4, the S4 Active is protected against dust and water, and earns itself an IP67 rating. Is it a more capable phone than the equally rugged Sony Xperia Z, and should you opt for it over the regular S4? These and more in our review.