I’m in a rather fortunate position to have access to a lot of different devices, and sometimes it’s nice to change for the sake of change. There’s simply no such thing as one-size-fits-all, so I thought I’d post some personal choices and recommendations of phones I think are suited for… [Click for more]
If you look at the flagship Mi MIX 3 alongside the forthcoming Honor View 20 and a bunch of other phones on the horizon, it would appear the short lived love affair for screen notches has come to an end. At £499, the Mi MIX 3 is a flagship handset… [Click for more]
After using the Huawei P20 Pro for almost a month, I’m hereby ready to post my review that’s had the added benefit of restoring faith in an industry that was beginning to look like it was lacking innovation, with nothing but evolutionary updates and tweaks. The P20 Pro is strongly based on… [Click for more]
At last, the daytime photos I promised from my group test, comparing Huawei’s P10 with last year’s P9, and also the Mate 9 (which on paper has an identical camera set up to the P10). I’ve also added some videos, some 2x hybrid zoom shots and panoramas. This time I… [Click for more]
I’ve been meaning to post these pictures earlier, but sadly had some trouble with the photos after a little trouble with backed up photos. I had more, but some got lost and left me without three photos at each location. It’s annoying, but hopefully what I’ve been able to salvage will… [Click for more]
One week from now, everyone in the mobile biz will be heading off to Barcelona to see a huge number of new phone releases for 2017, but the majority of them are going to be flagships. And that means expensive. The mix of a weak pound and manufacturers now trying… [Click for more]
Yesterday, a new company hit the scene and launched two new handsets – one of which almost identically matches the Moto G on specs. But it’s up to £80 cheaper, so can it really compete on the same level? The Wileyfox Swift (see my unboxing here) being cheaper than its Motorola counterpart is somewhat… [Click for more]
Having now got every single budget Motorola smartphone (bar one) since the first Moto G hit the shelves in November 2013, with the Moto E marking its debut soon after, I thought it was as good a time as any to see how each successive model compares against the last.
As Three begins the process of activating users for its 4G network, I headed into London to do some speed tests and put Three’s 4G service up against EE and O2, as well as pitting 4G versus 3G.