HTC Desire 20 Pro with four cameras, SD665 and a large HD display comes to Europe for €279/£269.
Just a short post to say that my site hasn’t closed down, but I’ve been busy on other projects and will be back in the new year with new posts, reviews and a competition. Until then, have fun, relax, and enjoy some photos I took on the Google Pixel XL and… [Click for more]
HTC has today launched the HTC 10 Evo, a phone that can initially cause a bit of confusion. It’s not flagship, but it has a wealth of new HTC 10 beating features. In fact, the only thing that makes it lesser of a phone to the official flagship is the… [Click for more]
Yesterday, on Pixel launch day, I went along to a local store to see the phones for myself, and how they were being received by the general public. I visited an out of London EE store yet to put the phone out on display, but by mid-afternoon it had already sold… [Click for more]
I promised more pictures after my first LG G3 photo and video test and here they are.
My review of the LG G3 is still ongoing, but so far I’ve been having a good play with the camera, and couldn’t wait to post some results for you to look at – including a comparison of the 4K video recording offered on the LG, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and… [Click for more]
Pitting the LG G3, Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8), Sony Xperia Z2 against each other, alongside the humble Motorola Moto E.
Official: HTC One E8 (cheaper M8 with 13-megapixel camera) announced
Which phone will perform best on a warm, sunny, day in both the audio and visual departments?
Today HTC has announced a smaller version of the HTC One (M8), but the phone is one of the many ‘mini’ phones that also cuts the specs, as if customers wanting a smaller phone don’t want the same performance.
Here are some more photos taken on a bright and sunny day, and again showing that the camera on the HTC One (M8) can be pretty good most of the time.
The first test of the camera on the HTC One (M8).
Following the launch of HTC’s new One M8 smartphone, of which you can read my first impressions over at Pocket Gamer, HTC has released a white paper that goes into depth on the camera tech inside the phone. It also explains the new camera modes, with various photo examples.
An excellent video from Btekt.com comparing the dual speakers on the HTC One and Sony’s new Xperia Z2.