LG today took the wraps off the eagerly anticipated LG V30, the latest iteration of the company’s V series flagship smartphones. The LG V30 improves on the strengths of the V series phones in providing a whole new mobile experience and offering optimal multimedia features.
Designed to help you achieve more in work and life with an Infinity Display, smarter S Pen and Dual Camera with Optical Image Stabilisation
We take the OnePlus 5 for a spin to review how well it performs in the real world versus the competitors.
WileyFox wants to challenge Samsung with the Swift 2 and Swift 2 Plus
Android pay is still fairly new to the public and while both users and merchants are still getting used to the new way of paying for items on the go, I decided to go a weekend without my physical Mastercard, Oyster card and my other bank cards to see how I get on.
Vodafone continues to release their own branded devices with the latest Smart Ultra 7 Android-powered smartphone.
With this summer’s tournament nearly at an end we are revealing football’s biggest winners and losers according to the European public through one of the most popular ways to communicate in 2016… emojis. The HTC 10 Emoji Awards monitored the 10 million emojis that were shared during the tournament to find out who the general public were talking about most and the results, as they say, are finally in.
British smartphone manufacturer Wileyfox just released three new smartphones that won’t break the bank
Wileyfox just unveiled three new budget smartphones today in London and if Brexit is hurting your wallet, these three new devices from the British smartphone manufacturer won’t make a dent, whilst still offering a good mobile experience.
HTC’S NEW FLAGSHIP: SCULPTED TO PERFECTION. Power of 10: HTC’s engineering excellence delivers obsessive craftsmanship, unparalleled performance and imaging leadership
The Huawei Mate 8 is a big, powerful and very efficient device for those who are on the market for those things combined without a compromised design. When you bring in battery life into the equation of a slim, Android and a device that is capable of running processor intensive apps, you’ll have a bulky device in mind, but no, Huawei have managed to give us a device we actually want, with tiny little qualms here and there. The size of the Mate 8 means it’s not for everyone, but there are some features on there also that makes is very easy to use one handed or even dual screen when you need to. How well did it perform? Read on to found out more about our review: