Smartphone Reviews

Review: Vodafone Smart Ultra 6

We recently took a look at Vodafone’s sub 100 euro smartphone and were truly shocked to see such a solid device for a price that low. Vodafone quickly trampled over that with the launch of the Vodafone Smart Ultra 6. The specs include a 5.5-inch 1080p IPS display, Octa-core processor and 4G support. The most […]...More

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Review: Vodafone Smart Prime 6

A budget smartphone isn’t anything new, but the word budget has always been attached to a limited device that cuts costs in every corner. It’s not like there haven’t been mid-range devices with decent price tags, but we must say Vodafone’s Smart Prime 6 was quite the shocker. So much so we had to get […]...More

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Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Samsung have typically always stuck to a certain set of design rules with their flagship smartphones, but up until recently we have see that mentality change. We normally deal with plastic housing, removable batteries, and expandable storage. While not the most important aspects of the device, they did shape the overall design, feature set and […]...More

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Review: HTC One M9

  Earth has made its way around the sun since the launch of the M8 from HTC. The M8 was one of the best designed phones released to the market. Its curves, polish and just awesome feel were what made it one of the most beautiful phones available. A year goes by and we now have […]...More

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Review: Samsung Galaxy Camera 2

Digital cameras aren’t being adopted as much as just a few years ago, and of course that’s due to smartphone cameras getting better and better.  This resulted in the need for a dedicated point and shoot camera becoming less and less. However, there are some advantages of having a digital camera over a smartphone camera. This […]...More

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Review: Sony Xperia Z3

It was only a couple of months ago that the Xperia Z2 took to the shelves. Now we already have the Xperia Z3 in hand. Sony are pushing their flagship devices out every six months; the latest device includes a lot of new chips and modules — which include the Snapdragon 801 chipset, a 25mm wide […]...More

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