Friday , March 31 2017

Reviews

Oppo F1s — Australian Review

Oppo are continuing to work very hard to get their name at the forefront of users minds when they’re looking for a solid, reliable and budget friendly phone. They have been releasing a number of phones lately, they are generally a pretty solid offering and widely considered to be punching …

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Fossil Q Wander — Review

There were very few, if any, traditional watch manufacturers that jumped onboard the Android Wear bandwagon when Google released it in 2014. 2015 didn’t see much of a change from that, although there were many rumours about different watch manufacturers joining the Android Wear party. 2016 seems to be the …

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Polar M600 — Review

Android Wear has had somewhat of an up and down year this year, the majority of the ‘usual’ Android OEMs haven’t released new models, but on the up side new manufacturers have filled the void. From fashion focused watches from Fossil and Michael Kors to more action oriented devices like …

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Fitbit Charge 2 – Review

Fit bands seem to be a dime a dozen these days and yet the only brand that a majority of people know is the Fitbit. Fitbit were not the first to make a fit band but they were the first to make it usable and bring it to the masses. …

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Review: Alcatel Idol 4S

Alcatel since their relaunch in Australia has been attempting to change their brand awareness in Australia, device launches of the low-cost Pixi and Pop branded devices have gone a long way to launching their brand through pre-paid devices on Optus plans. The Idol series is their higher end series and …

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More Nexus 2016 UI leaks

In the wake of this morning ‘Nexus’ benchmark leaks we are now getting a first look at some more UI refinements coming to the 2016 Google smartphones line-up, the 5.5″ Marlin and 5″ Sailfish. Courtsey of Android Police, we are getting a look at a few new UI elements including …

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