Friday , July 21 2017

Reviews

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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HTC One X9 — Australian Review

HTC has a long and varied history with Android hardware. They literally kicked off the Android Handset market with the HTC Dream / G1, and again kicked off the Nexus program with the Nexus One. HTC then redefined Android build quality for the better with the HTC One M7. Unfortunately, …

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Oppo R9 Plus — Australian Review

When people think of top range phones, the likes of Samsung, HTC, LG and more recently (albeit with selected handsets) Huawei come to mind for most users. Oppo are working very hard to catch up to the front runners in the Android race; they’re extremely well recognised in China and …

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