Friday, 15 Sep 2017 in Mobile Phones
A year on from the Note7, Samsung is back with a new Note that boasts all of the features that made the Note7 so good, and also includes the bezel-less Infinity Display design from the S8 and S8+. It also sports Samsung's first dual rear camera setup, but is it good enough to make consumers forget about the Note7?
Sunday, 30 Jul 2017
It's almost the time of the year when Samsung is expected to unveil its next generation Galaxy Note device. Here's a roundup of all the rumors so far on the Galaxy Note8. We will be updating this article as and when new information is made available.
Wednesday, 8 Mar 2017 in Mobile Phones
In Google I/O 2016, Google publicly debuted Project Tango. Later on, Lenovo announced the Phab 2 Pro, the first Tango device for end users. Finally available recently in Singapore, just how good are its Tango capabilities? Is it suitable to the masses? We find out.
Tuesday, 24 Jan 2017
Concluding the official investigation for the Galaxy Note7, Samsung has share that it is adopting stricter quality assurance protocols across its entire development process in an effort to renew its commitment to safety. Here are the measures taken to build safer batteries and devices.
Friday, 20 Jan 2017 in Mobile Phones
After a long delay, the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe is finally here. Priced at S$998, ASUS' first flagship ZenFone offers the world's first antenna-less rear design, a 23MP Sony IMX318 rear camera and a 5.7-inch Full HD AMOLED display. Can the ZenFone brand compete at the flagship level? We find out.
Friday, 16 Dec 2016 in Mobile Phones
How's this for a unique feature? The Huawei Mate 9 is the first smartphone with a unique machine-learning algorithm that studies your habits and actually increases its performance over time. The 5.9-inch phablet also has a dual rear camera setup co-developed with Leica and a massive 4,000mAh battery. But how does all this pan out in actual use?
Saturday, 3 Dec 2016 in Mobile Phones
The timing for LG could not be better. With mixed reaction to the iPhone 7, Samsung's Note7 recalled, and Google's Pixel smartphones not officially available in Singapore, the market is wide open for a new premium device for the masses to embrace. Is the LG V20 that phone? We find out.