Wednesday , May 25 2016

Reviews

Asus Zenfone 2 Laser — Review

When we reviewed the original Asus Zenfone 2 we found that it was good at delivering above the expectations of someone buying a sub $300 phone, delivering far above what it promised as well. A new iteration of the device has landed and on the surface at least it seems …

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Huawei Nexus 6P — Review

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Every year, the release of a Nexus phone is always of interest to the Android community. Nexus represents the vision of Android that Google sees for the next year, incorporating hardware that best shows off the latest version of Android and the hardware features it will support. For the history …

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Huawei Media Pad M2 — First Impressions

Huawei are doing some great things recently; they’ve got some strong carrier partnerships in place, they have branded stalls in major shopping centres to increase brand awareness and they’ve been doing great things in the Android Space including the release of some outstanding devices such as the Huawei Watch, the …

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Aldi Mobile — Prepaid Review

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We don’t often spend a lot of time experimenting with different carriers; oftentimes we’re so caught up with testing new phones and tablets and other gizmos that we forget that most of these connected devices need a SIM card and carrier service to be useful. When we were approached to …

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Panasonic Lumix CM1 — Review

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The camera that’s also a phone The Panasonic Lumix CM1 is somewhat different to your average smartphone camera. In fact it’s probably better to describe it as a camera that’s also a smartphone. And that’s just what Panasonic seem to be aiming for too. Their Australian online listing calls it …

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Huawei Watch — Review

The Huawei Watch has been teasing us with its existence since Huawei first showed it off at Mobile World Congress in March. Fast forward seven months and the watch has finally hit retail stores in Australia and around the world. The Huawei Watch is an expensive option for Android Wear, …

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Sony Xperia E4g – Review

Sony’s Xperia E4 was announce earlier this year, and it showed off a new design which Sony referred to as a ‘curved, OmniBalance design’. Basically, more rounded, more curvy. Neat. The Xperia E4 would come in two variants, one supporting 3G (HSPA) only, and one supporting 4G as well. With …

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