This cool retro smartwatch isn’t on sale in the UK, but if you’re up for it you can get the Amazfit Neo imported for around £32. Is it worth a punt?
Sony’s Xperia 1 II has been out for a while, but it’s still the flagship in the family. Can this be the start of a new wave of phones that helps Sony turn the tide?
This year has seen a fierce battle in the mid-range as people hunt for a better deal. Realme is once showing the world it means business with the Realme 7 Pro.
Every now and then, a company produces something that exceeds expectations. This year, that’s the Duet Chromebook from Lenovo.
When Zepp reached out to me, my initial response was ‘who?’. It turns out Zepp is the new name for Amazfit and here’s their first smartwatch under the new name…
Camera Group Test: OnePlus Nord, OnePlus 8, Oppo Find X2 Neo, Realme X50 5G and Sony Xperia 1 II (plus Huawei P40)
Check out this huge group test, comparing the cameras on the OnePlus Nord, OnePlus 8, Oppo Find X2 Neo, Realme X50 5G, Sony Xperia 1 ii and Huawei P40.
Oppo’s Find X2 Series has really put the company on the map in the UK, and the £599 Neo seeks to find a balance between affordability and functionality. Can Oppo pull it off?
Realme’s new smartwatch retails at just £49.99. This may set your expectations low, but you’ll be surprised how much it can do.
I’ve just taken receipt of the Realme X50 5G, a £299 5G phone competing against a large number of mid-range 5G phones going on sale at around the same time. I’ll be reviewing this in the coming weeks, along with the Oppo Find X2 Neo review still to go live,… [Click for more]
The Oppo Find X2 Neo is the first Snapdragon 765G 5G device I’ve had to review, and I’m very keen to see how it compares to the higher-spec Snapdragon 865 devices circulating since the start of the year.
Honor’s Magic Earbuds offer an affordable entry into the world of noise cancelling wearables, along with touch controls and the promise of high-quality sound. But are they up to scratch?
My Huawei P40 review has been a long time coming, not least because I got the phone late in the day, but also because it has been a very challenging review to write.
The Realme X3 punches way above its weight when it comes to the camera, but it doesn’t disappoint in other departments either.
My needs for a laptop but battery life over performance, but nobody is going to say no to a bit more oomph – and the MagicBook 14 has plenty.
Realme’s latest launch is the X3 SuperZoom. As the name suggests, it boasts a premium camera experience at a very affordable pricepoint.
My first experience of a Realme phone was the flagship X50 Pro 5G and now I’ve had a chance to try a far more budget offering in the form of the £189 Realme 6i. There are naturally a number of differences between the two, but hopefully not so much to… [Click for more]
Whether you’re an early adopter or intending to change phone once every few years, it makes sense to buy a 5G device for future proofing. The Realme X50 Pro 5G is an affordable way to do it.
I’ve had a OnePlus 8 for a while, but the current situation made it difficult to get all the photos I’d normally seek to take with a new phone. This is the camera review part of my full OnePlus 8 review. Below you’ll find a selection of photos and some… [Click for more]