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Friday, September 25, 2020

Google Pixel XL — Australian Review

Here it is, possibly the most anticipated Android phone of all time, and at least of 2016. It’s been manufactured by one of the biggest players in the Android space, HTC but unlike the previous Google based iterations of...

Moto G7 Plus — Australian Review

Moto has been the unsung champion of the midrange for years now, thanks mostly to the Moto G line of devices. Starting with the Moto G5 launched at MWC in 2017, Moto upped the bar for the affordable smartphone,...

Samsung Galaxy Fold – Ausdroid’s closer look

I want to preface this review with a few points – the first one being, yes this is nepotism in its finest form, no need to comment about it, in before “it’s not fair! She’s just a ring in”....

Review — Swann Wi-Fi Security Cameras, simple to setup and use

We get to play with look at a lot of electronics at Ausdroid, recently we’ve had a lot of opportunities to check out security equipment. Swann makes a lot of this and Chris’ review of the 6 camera full...

CAT S61 — Australian Review

When you think of well built and robust phone hardware, CAT probably aren’t a company at the forefront of your mind. You’re probably thinking Samsung, LG, Motorola to name a few but CAT? They’re well known for their heavy...

LG G6 — Re-reviewed

To say that I was less than enamoured with the LG G6 I reviewed a month or so ago is an understatement. I thought the design was near-perfect, so much so that I feel the 18:9 ratio phone is...

Razer Junglecat mobile gaming controller — Review

Gaming controllers for phones are becoming increasingly popular. As mobile only games get better, older games are ported onto mobile and with streaming ‘real games’ to mobiles on the very near horizon we expect they will become even more...

Vodafone TV : The Ausdroid review

The Nexus Player was the first Android TV experience many of us had but unfortunately that was released a long time ago and Google has since dropped support for it. There have been several attempts by other companies...

Fitbit Versa Lite Edition (the mid-range Pebble) – Australian Review

Wear OS smartwatches have stagnated and are not the greatest product ever produced by Google. Truthfully, they're far from it. There aren't too many other options for the majority of the world's smartphone owners - Android owners. Fitbit is one...

Huawei MediaPad M2 — Review

Huawei have been pushing into the Android space hard over the last 12 months, particularly focussed over the last 6 months or so with initiatives such as the Huawei branded stalls showcasing the capabilities of the manufacturer and their...

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro Review

My time reviewing the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro has been my first experience with a Xiaomi product, and I have to say I'm really impressed. I'm not sure how the company has packed so much into a phone...

Samsung Galaxy S10+ — Australian Review

When it comes to phones sold, Samsung is the undisputed king of the Australian Android market, and the company's Galaxy S line of devices has been setting or chasing the pace for top tier Android phones for a decade. It’s...

Hands On with HTC U12+ major update — out now

The HTC U12+ could be a great phone. As it was when it was released, HTC's U12+ was just a good phone but with a few glaring bugs, including one that prevented it from being great -- Edge Sense 2....

Lenovo Ideapad C340 — Practicality and capability in a daily use device

Lenovo are a name that is well recognised in the corporate computing world. They’ve been supplying computers and laptops for generations and their hardware stands up to the test of time. I can say this hand on heart as...

Huawei P30 Pro – Australian Review

It's no secret I'm fond of Huawei's hardware, but it hasn't always been the case. I first came around to Huawei's phone design with the P10, which was released a couple of years ago now. Before that, I found...

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