Leagoo Shark 1  review

Leagoo Shark 1 review: A 6-inch juggernaut wannabe

Leagoo, a relatively new smartphone brand from China, entered the local market with its 6-inch Shark 1 smartphone that boasts a whopping 6,300mAh battery. Priced at S$399, can the Shark 1 provide compelling performance and bang for the buck in this competitive space? Find out in our review!
ASUS ZenFone Selfie review

ASUS ZenFone Selfie: The funkiest ZenFone handset yet?

Is the ASUS ZenFone Selfie just another selfie-centric smartphone? Contrary to its naming scheme, it is actually positioned to eclipse the recent ZenFone 2 series with an added dimension. Equipped with 13-megapixel cameras on the front and rear, can the ZenFone Selfie take on its immediate rival, the HTC Desire Eye and other selfie-centric/mainstream smartphones? We reveal all in this review!
Hands-on with HP's massive business tablet, the Pro Slate 12

Hands-on with HP's massive business tablet, the Pro Slate 12

At 12.3 inches, the HP Pro Slate 12 isn't a small tablet by any stretch of imagination. With HP pushing its real-time note taking capabilities, we decided to try out the tablet and give our first impressions of it.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen series - Affordable tablets with S Pen

Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen series - Affordable tablets with S Pen

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen (8.0) and (9.7-inch) succeed the Galaxy Tab 4 series with thinner and lighter designs. They also come with an S Pen, a stylus once reserved for the flagship Galaxy Note series. Can Samsung redefine the entry-level tablet space with the Tab A using an S Pen? We find out in this review.
LG G4 review

LG G4 smartphone review: Inching closer to perfection

If there are four things to know about the LG G4, they would be the design, display, camera and the flexibility in battery and storage capacity. Will these four features propel the G4 to the top of the Android smartphone kingdom? Let's find out in this review!
A feature on Sony Xperia Z3+

Hands-on: Sony Xperia Z3+

Sony unveiled its newest flagship, the Xperia Z3+, today. Known in Japan as the Z4 (the Japan version includes Digital TV and a Japan-specific FeliCA RFID smart card reader), the Z3+ boasts a slimmer, lighter design, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor and a new 5MP front-facing camera.
A feature on LG G4

Hands-on: LG G4 delivers promising first impressions

LG unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the G4 last Wednesday to much fanfare. The G4 has two key selling points – the display and imaging hardware. We spent the weekend with a preproduction unit and here are our initial impressions.
Huawei P8 review

Huawei P8 smartphone: A thin and light flagship with novel features

The Huawei P8 looks really impressive on paper: 6.4mm thin full aluminum design; octa-core 64-bit Kirin 930 processor; 5.2-inch Full HD display with ultra thin bezels and 78.3 percent body-to-screen ratio; and a 13-megapixel camera with OIS and the world's first RGBW sensor and DSLR-level independent image processor. But can it live up to its specs? We find out.
HTC One M9 review

HTC One M9: Another gorgeous flagship, but only modest upgrades

HTC's latest flagship smartphone, the HTC One M9, sports the same sleek metal design we've come to know and love, but it also boasts a new camera, a new processor, and a larger capacity battery. But is that enough to push the One M9 to the head of the flagship pack? We find out.
Motorola Nexus 6 review

Motorola Nexus 6 - Google's first phablet device makes a lasting impression

The Motorola Nexus 6 is Google's first attempt to offer a phablet device. It is also the first time in three years that Google priced its Nexus phone at the same level as other Android flagship smartphones. We find out if it has what it takes to go against some of its formidable competitors. Read on for the full review!