TCL’s flagship handset for 2021 brings a lot to the table, but does it all combine to offer a good value solution for hungry mid-range buyers?
The Find X3 series comprises the Pro, Neo and Lite. Just like last year, the Neo is the mid-ranger that blends affordability with functionality. It’s £400 cheaper than the Pro, so does that make it the smart choice?
Apple last night announced four new iPhone 12 phones – all, at last, coming with 5G that Apple claims has made 5G get real.
If you’re wondering what happened to the Reno 3 series, you actually had them amongst the Find X2 series. Now Reno has returned with the Reno 4 Z, Reno 4 and Reno 4 Pro.
The global launch of the OnePlus 8T has been confirmed as taking place on October 14th, at 1500 UK time.
At Huawei’s latest developer conference in China, the company announced six new products that will all be coming to the UK in due course.
Voxi, Vodafone’s youthful virtual network, is offering customers unlimited video streaming on six video platforms, plus unlimited social media access, from just £15 per month.
At the end of last year, Motorola launched its first folding phone – a reboot of the iconic Razr. It lacked 5G and had a few reliability issues, but Motorola has now made some changes and released the Razr 5G.
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…
Realme used its first appearance at IFA in Berlin to speak of its big plans for the future, as well as announcing some exciting new products.
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.
IFA is almost upon us, and while the organisers have chosen to go ahead with a limited number of attendees allowed in, I opted to sit things out this year. Here’s what you can expect, and when.
Xiaomi published a crazy video today, and it’s totally worth a look.
Here’s some of the news you might have missed this week.
HTC Desire 20 Pro with four cameras, SD665 and a large HD display comes to Europe for €279/£269.
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?
Xiaomi has today announced the Redmi 9, its newest entry-level smartphone. It will retail for £159, but early adopters can snag one for £149 with a free Mi Band 4 thrown in.
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.