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Review: TCL 10 5G UW

Budget phones are a product that can often be hit or miss. Depending on the seller, manufacturers, as well as current innovations in the technological field, you could be getting a nicely-made steal or a cheap disappointment. When it comes to separating the wheat from the chaff, it can be difficult to tell for yourself which phones are winners and which are duds without first purchasing them, especially with newer phones that have not circulated around the market long enough to have reached a general opinion consensus with consumers....

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Review: Nokia 225 4G Feature Phone – A Life-Long Hero for Many

Not much more than a decade ago, Nokia simply dominated the mobile phone marketing globally. In 2005 one in every two mobile phones (50%) sold on the planet was a Nokia. By 2013 that was down to three in every hundred (3%). That January day in 2007 when Steve Jobs walked on stage and changed the world was the tipping point. Anyone under the age of 20 will find it almost incomprehensible to think of a time when mobile phones were not powerful, touchscreen extensions of our very being....

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Top Selected Cases For Your New iPhone 12 or 12 Pro Max

The iPhone 12, like all Apple products, is a work of art. Unlike many competitors, this is not a “all show, no go” type of product. This 5G enabled, A14 Bionic with its max-size OLED display, and night mode camera has the chops to outperform its sleek Apple look. When you’ve finally acquired this pièce de résistance in mobile technology, you’re not going to want to drop it. More than likely, you’re going to want an iPhone case that will not only protect your precious investment (let’s be honest…...

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Review: Motorola Moto G8 – A Durable Performer

We recently tested the moto e6s smartphone from Motorola and we were very impressed with the performance and capabilities of a sub $200 device. This week we have moved up a notch in the range to the moto g8. Sitting between the moto e range and the Motorola one family, the g8 is packed with all the features you want in a sturdy and durable every-day device.

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Review: Motorola Moto e6s – Less Can Be More

The Motorola moto e family shows that the size of the sticker price of a smartphone is in no way related to its hardware and software features. Ever since Google sold Motorola to Lenovo in 2014, the engineers have been working away on a range of devices that provide a robust and elegant form-factor matched to the 9th Generation of Google’s Android operating system. The moto e6s is a new entrant for Motorola in the Australian market. With an RRP of $179 this is one of the best value...

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Review: TCL 10 Pro Review – Simply Put: Premium & Awesome!

TCL 10 Pro feels solid and premium. It has a sturdy metal frame and some nice weight to it, giving that build quality greatness. It has an In-display Fingerprint Sensor that works fast and is completely undetectable when not in use. The curvature of the glass screen is flawless and meets perfectly to the phones body, so you never feel a change in textures or an edge lip while swiping left to right with your thumb. TCL has done an amazing job compressing all their knowledge from the world...

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Review: Google Pixel 4 XL – Built the Google Way

In the great race of phone options that seem to be growing larger by the day, the Google Pixel model is a relatively recent addition to the competition. Manufactured by HTC, the first generation of this line only dropped in October of 2016, although it was somewhat of a spiritual successor to the Nexus phone brand. Upon release, it had its crowds of both energetic fans and no-nonsense critics, but that was 2016. Since then, the company has released a new model every year in October, respectively. They’ve had...

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Review: ASUS ROG Phone II – The Cool and Fast Game Changer

Republic of Gamers, the makers that brought us the original gaming phone, have come out with the next level of efficient mobile gaming – the ROG Phone 2. While the original phone was an interesting game-changer, critics agreed that there were quite a few features that could be added or improved on to make the device soar. Now we finally have their answer in the form of this phone, with its intimidatingly large yet smooth design and powerful processor, this phone is poised to become the face of optimized...

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Review: Palm – Unlock the Power of Minimalism

We’ve finally entered the new decade of 2020, which means that the world has lived its first full decade of mass smartphone ownership. Despite their introduction into our daily lives having taken place not too long ago in the grand scheme of things, it’s hard to imagine a present timeline in which we don’t always carry tiny computers in our pockets. And with the technological boom that began years ago and continues to rapidly expand, we now have our pick of the litter when it comes to choosing what...

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Review: Samsung Galaxy S10+

In a world of smartphones dominated by notches, Samsung was the only company to stick to its industrial design of curved sides and thick top and bottom bezels. While some would say that this looked “old-fashioned” , others would choose words like “practical” and “symmetric”. And now with its latest offering, the Galaxy S10/S10+, Samsung has gone back to the drawing board to create a design that reflects the smartphone of today. I have spent one month with the Galaxy S10+ as my daily driver and here’s my review....

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