Tag Archive: Smartphone


Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) vs OnePlus 3T (Smartphone Showdown)

Released back in November, the OnePlus 3T represent an incremental update over the OnePlus 3. With a slightly better processor, selfie camera and chunkier battery, the OnePlus 3T proves to be quite an interesting middle-to-upper ranger smartphone. But the handset is going to see some competition from Samsung’s newly released Galaxy A (2017) line, especially

Say hi to Nokia’s first comeback smartphone, it runs Android 7.0 Nougat

Earlier this week we told you Nokia is expected to launch 6 to 7 new Android smartphones this year. Well it seems the deluge has already been unleashed. HMD, the Finnish company that holds the rights over the Nokia brand has announced the first all-new Nokia smartphone. And as previous rumors indicated, the freshly squeezed

Nokia’s first Android smartphone is now official in China

HMD Global isn’t waiting until MWC to launch its first Android phone.

In a low-key affair, HMD Global — the Finnish company that snagged exclusive rights to Nokia’s branding — has launched its first Android smartphone. Dubbed the Nokia 6, the phone will be exclusively offered on China’s JD.com for ¥1,699 ($ 245).

The phone itself is crafted out of aluminium, with HMD Global describing the process thusly:

It takes 55 minutes to machine a single  [Read More…]

Come see ASUS’ first Tango-enabled smartphone, the ZenFone AR

In our previous What phones to expect from CES 2017 article, we told you that ASUS is anticipated to unveil the world’s second Project Tango smartphone, dubbed the ZenFone AR. Well as we’re getting closer to CES 2017, more information about the upcoming phone has been revealed. First off, Qualcomm inadvertently posted some information about

Snag a wireless charging pad for your smartphone for only $18.99 (Deal of the Day)

Have you recently found yourself the proud owner of a new Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge? Congratulations, we think you’ll love the phone! Did you know that it’s capable of wireless charging? Indeed, it is; many of the last few generations of Samsung devices are capable of being charged without a cord. It’s not

Predictions in tech: What will the 2017 smartphone be like?

We’re a few days away from stepping into 2017 and naturally we’re quite excited to think what the New Year might bring about in terms of new technologies. We already outlined a few questions we would like to address top Android OEMs in 2017. Will tablets die out for good? Will wearables become interesting again?

Porsche Design Mate 9: $1500 Worth of Smartphone?

The Porsche Design Mate 9 phone won’t make you feel like you’re bombing down the Autobahn with a Swedish supermodel, blasting electronica and whipping around curves at 160km/h. At this price, you might really want to buy it if that’s your kind of lifestyle already. If you’re a jet-setting yacht-owning gadabout, dip your silver spoon into this review.

MrMobile gets into the infinity pool on this one, and takes a lap around what works well, and what should turn  [Read More…]

How an Android parental control app can help you give a better smartphone experience to your kid

Kids start asking for a personal tablet or a smartphone before they enter their teen years. As they start making plans about how they are going to use their cool gadget, parents worry about the different online risks they have thus far been avoiding. A personal device means the kids would be able to use

BLUBOO to release first Android smartphone with dual front and rear cameras

As you’ve no doubt picked up over the last year or so, phones with a dual-camera setup are getting more and more common these days; quite many manufacturers are working on models with this technology. It seem as if the latest BLUBOO dual camera phone, the BLUBOO Dual, is doing well in the market and, so far, the

Martian Notifier Smartwatch is $29.99 and pairs with any smartphone (Deal of the Day)

Been thinking about picking up a smartwatch or some form of wearable but don’t want to spend a few hundred bucks in the process? You like the idea of getting notifications on your wrist, but aren’t keen on dropping this much money on yourself at this time of year. What to do? Pick up a