Next week, Realme will officially launch the Realme 8 series. The event takes place on March 24th, but the kind folk at Realme have already given me a review device – along with permission to talk a little bit about it ahead of the launch.
Yesterday I got a chance to have a play with the Motorola Razr built for a new generation, featuring an exceptional folding display. With pricing rumoured to be upwards of £70 £99 per month on a 24-month contract when it goes on sale exclusively with EE in the new year,… [Click for more]
Honor has today launched its own version of the Huawei Watch GT 2, and with the promise of a highly competitive price, it is arguably the better buy. Powered by the exact same Huawei Kirin A1 chipset, with the exact same (up to) 14-day battery life, the exact same user… [Click for more]
LG has made some great smartphones over the years, but controversies and a lack of marketing has resulted in LG falling by the wayside. Could 2019 be the year to restore LG’s fortunes? While Samsung was releasing a new range of Galaxy smartphones ahead of last week’s Mobile World Congress,… [Click for more]
So many new phones end up being evolutionary than revolutionary, that it becomes a welcome surprise when a company brings something new to the table. In the case of the Mate 20 Pro, Huawei has brought a whole new table. It wasn’t that long ago that Huawei revealed its new… [Click for more]
Quite understandably all the attention directed towards the new Honor Play is around its gaming prowess, but not many people would want a great device for playing games that isn’t also able to take good pictures. On paper the Honor Play’s 16+2MP dual camera setup doesn’t sound that amazing, compared to… [Click for more]
Yesterday at a lavish event in New York, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy Note 9, along with the Galaxy Watch and a new Bixby-powered Galaxy Home speaker. Earlier it had launched the Tab S4 at a separate event. I wasn’t at either launch event, but I was invited to go… [Click for more]
Two days, two phone launches. Yesterday was the turn of Honor with the Honor 10, and today it was down to OnePlus to use London’s Copper Box Arena to unveil the new OnePlus 6. The event was kept quite simple, with two launches. First up was the first wireless audio… [Click for more]
I wanted to use a headline proclaiming the new Honor 8 as a budget version of the Huawei P9. However, to do so without explaining properly would be doing the Honor 8 a massive disservice. The Honor 8 may be a repackaged Huawei P9, with a glass back replacing metal, a slightly slower CPU, plus the Leica… [Click for more]
So, everything is now official. The Note 7 has been announced, and the final specs are now fully known. In addition, there’s a new Gear VR headset and a range of accessories. Samsung was quite open when it apologised at the launch event for not bringing the Note 5 to… [Click for more]
Following the launch and simultaneous release for sale, I had a chance to get some photos of the Honor 5X, the successor to last year’s Honor 4X. This time around the phone has had a makeover with a metal chassis, improved Qualcomm 616 SoC, a newer 13-megapixel camera, and a… [Click for more]
Today I got my hands on the new Huawei Mate S and decided to produce a short video to show the phone, and also demonstrate how near-instant the fingerprint unlocking is. You can also see a super night mode photo, light trail effect and a time lapse video recorded using… [Click for more]
After a very busy afternoon, I got a chance to have a quick play with the new Honor 7 and I have to say that you can think of it as a Huawei P8 that got a battery boost, camera uplift, and a fingerprint sensor. And that’s no bad thing,… [Click for more]
Of the two new handsets from Wileyfox, a new company that entered the smartphone market today, the handset that got my main attention is the flagship Wileyfox Storm. At £199 (when it goes on sale in October), the phone isn’t attempting to compete head on with the flagships from Samsung,… [Click for more]
The Hudl 2 looks set to be a mighty fine tablet for the money, with a full review to come soon.
Marques Brownlee is one of the top guys in tech at the moment, and he’s got a dummy model of the iPhone 6 as given to accessory manufacturers.