Dual-screen Yota3 is official with a sharper E Ink screen

“Well, the wait is finally over. After a teaser back in June, the third-gen dual-screen YotaPhone — now simply dubbed Yota3 — was unveiled in China yesterday. Pretty much all the main specs are identical to the leak Engadget received earlier, but this was our first time seeing this rounded metallic design. First and foremost, there’s a 5.5-inch 1080p Samsung AMOLED screen along with a 13-megapixel f/2.2 camera plus a fingerprint reader on the front. Flip the device around and you’ll see its headlining feature: a 5.2-inch 720p E Ink Carta II display — an expected upgrade from the previous 4.7-inch 960 x 540 screen — accompanied by three capacitive navigation buttons at the bottom. ” Read all here:

Samsung Galaxy Note8 review

“Samsung is playing it safe with the feature set too. There are no mind-blowing innovations in the Note8. The phablet is predictably sized and equipped, sporting a familiar, if slightly tweaked design. Even the dual-camera setup is by no means revolutionary. On the contrary, perhaps it’s even slightly overdue.” Read all here:

Meizu Pro 7 Plus review

“Meizu is back in the big game. After the impressive Pro 5, the company’s flagship line seemingly took a step back with the Pro 6 and Pro 6 Plus. And just when we feared that Meizu might be giving up on the premium niche, it’s ready to wow us with the Meizu Pro 7 Plus: a dual-screen dual-camera flagship that will stand out in any crowd.” Read all here:

Sony Xperia XZ1 review

“Sony was never a company to blindly follow trends, having its own approach to the mobile market. It’s a fact perfectly illustrated by the company’s latest flagship duo – the XZ1 and XZ1 Compact, which you only need to look at once to recognize the Xperia pedigree. The 2017 Sony flagships proper combine the best elements across the lineup to try and cut themselves a solid piece of the holiday sales pie. “Read more here:

Huawei Band 2 and Band 2 Pro unveiled with heartbeat tracking and oxygen measuring

Huawei Band 2 and Band 2 Pro unveiled with heartbeat tracking and oxygen measuring
Huawei announced two new fitness trackers, the Huawei Band 2 and Band 2 Pro. At a glance, both are standard fare FitBit competitors with the abilities to measure heartbeat, pace, distance, speed, and direction. A big new addition is VO2 Max measuring. This lets the wearables examine the maximum rate at which their wearers’ bodies can import oxygen, transfer it to muscles, and use it as a source of energy. Reportedly, the technology allows for VO2 measurements with an accuracy as high as nearly 95%. Read more here:

OnePlus 5 Review

OnePlus 5 Review

The OnePlus 5 is the newest phone by OnePlus, a company that in just three years has fought its way to become one of the recognizable names among flagship makers. It did so by word of mouth and a large group of dedicated fans, standing by its ‘never settle’ motto. Oh yes, and by making flagship-grade phones with top specs at affordable prices. The OnePlus 5, however, is its most expensive phone, and it’s got an iPhone inspired look and even a similar dual camera on the back. It is the company’s best and the company’s most controversial phone. Also, it’s the only one it makes, OnePlus’ all-or-nothing bet. Read more here:

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus unveiled

One new button did appear – it summons Bixby, the digital assistant. Bixby has three jobs, the first of which is to answer voice queries. It can see the world around it too, not just listen to it. Image recognition can spot landmarks and find products on Amazon. Finally, there’s a hub on the homescreen similar to Google Now. By the way, Bixby will power Samsung’s Internet of Things – the company expects by 2020 most of their appliances will be connected and under Bixby’s control. Read more here:

Huawei P10 vs Huawei P9

Huawei P10 vs Huawei P9: Never change a winning team



The Huawei P9 was one of last year’s pleasant surprises – with its sleek design, snappy performance, and close to no gimmicks, it was a device that just does/ And the silver lining of all was that sweet dual camera setup at the rear that was co-engineered with Leica, the legendary camera company that is well-known for its high-quality optics. An excellent phone that we liked very much. Read all here:

Nokia 6, 5, 3 and 3310 hands on

Nokia at MWC 2017

The Nokia 6 has been around for a while now, but it is now officially set for a worldwide release. To celebrate, HMD unveiled a special edition Arte Black color, which comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. The other colors come with 3GB and 32GB respectively. What we think is most appealing about the new Nokia trio is the attitude towards software. The phones come with pure Android 7.1 Nougat – the company didn’t touch a thing – and a commitment for timely updates. Effectively, this makes them the affordable Pixel phones Google never gave us (let’s not mention Android One). Read all here: