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High popularity of the wide-ranging ZenFone 2 series has prompted us to take a closer look at the budget oriented ASUS ZenFone 2 Laser that we've been using for some time now. Can this camera-focussed smartphone stand up against more recent competitors? Find out in this review!
Huawei Consumer Business Group held a major event yesterday to launch the Huawei P9 and P9 Plus, their first smartphones co-engineered with Leica, and we were on hand to give you a first look of their premium smartphone.
The ASUS ZenFone Zoom is the first smartphone with a true 3x optical zoom lens on the back. That means you can actually zoom in on your subject without losing a ton of detail in the process. All this in a smartphone not much thicker than the popular ZenFone 2. Is this the camera phone you've been waiting for?
Huawei jumped onto a lot of people's radars last year with the Nexus 6P. Eager to maintain that momentum, Huawei is now back with a new flagship phablet of its own, the Huawei Mate 8, a 6-inch phablet with the dimensions of a much smaller device thanks to its ultra thin bezels.
The LG V10 is a pretty big departure from LG’s previous flagship, the G4. It isn’t curved, it isn’t plastic and it doesn’t have a leather back. What it does have is two selfie cameras, two front displays, and a textured, rubberized rear cover that feels like the grip of a power tool. Not to forget are its removable battery and expandable storage. Is this the best LG phone ever?
OnePlus is calling its new smartphone the '2016 Flagship Killer', but is it a worthy successor to last year's OnePlus One? Can it really kill the likes of the Samsung S7 and LG G5, and more importantly, can you actually buy one this time round? We find out in this full review.
If you just look at the specs, you'll be scratching your head wondering why Samsung made two such similar phones. But specs don't tell the whole story. Pick up the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ and you'll know why they've to exist separately. We tell you this other half of the story.
Xiaomi's latest phone is something of a departure from its usual fare. The 5.7-inch Mi Note phablet is a cut above the wallet-friendly offerings Xiaomi has offered in the past, and its premium design, build and specs put it in the same league as the flagship phones from Apple, Samsung and other smartphone giants. But can Xiaomi compete at the very highest level? We find out.