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As the big brother of the ZenFone series, the ASUS ZenFone 6 packs the best specs such as an Intel Atom dual-core 2.0GHz processor, 16GB storage, 13MP camera and a large 3,300mAh battery. Is the ZenFone 6 worth getting over the ZenFone 5 and other competing phablets? We find out in this review.
Samsung had another go at the Android-powered point-and-shoot segment with the Galaxy Camera 2. But is it better than its predecessor or should you hang on to the original? We share our experience in this review.
Motorola touts the Moto G as the smartphone choice for the next 500 million customers. Does it really have what it takes to appeal to the masses? To achieve its super-affordable price tag, did Motorola cut any corners with the Moto G? Let's find out!
Samsung tried to bring the functionality of the S Pen to the tablet form factor last year with the Galaxy Note 10.1, but it missed the mark. One year on, can Samsung's more polished Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition better compete with similar features as the Galaxy Note 3? Read on as we reveal how it fares in this review.
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.
Feature Article Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy Note 3
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.