Wednesday , February 22 2017

Reviews

ZTE Blade V7 Plus — Review

ZTE have been around for three decades in international markets, and while they've done a lot of OEM work in Australia, including white-label phones for Telstra, their brand name isn't especially well known to the Australian consumer. However, like many other Chinese manufacturers, they're attempting to turn that around and …

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Huawei Color Band A1 — Review

It’s been a long time since we saw a new wearable from Huawei. The Talkband B2 was the last real mainstream launch here in Australia (we never got the B3) and since then we’ve seen the Huawei Band and now the Huawei A1 Color Band take the field. Yes, we’re …

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BlackBerry DTEK50 — Australian Review

When BlackBerry finally decided to eschew developing their own mobile OS and focus on devices running Android, it was something many people were excited about. The decision got the tech industry talking, theorising that this move could be the company’s salvation, scaling down any financial losses and bringing them back …

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ZTE Axon 7 — Australian Review

ZTE shook the mobile world when they announced their ‘Daydream ready’ Axon 7 earlier this year. The device, while expected from a generational upgrade perspective, has launched ZTE to be one of the kings of the affordable flagship smartphone makers, in fact the Axon 7 takes the One Plus brand …

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