Over the course of the last 2 months or so, we saw smartphones coming and going as usual. However, there are two smartphones in particular that stood out - the Honor Play and also the brand new Xiaomi Pocophone F1. The main question that got thrown around is always the same - why are they so cheap?
Spotify has its own fair share of issues since its launch. These problems range from simple frustrating UI to unusable functionality, and all the way up to the nature Spotify's ecosystem. Yes - piracy within Spotify is as severe as it sounds, and I'm not clickbaiting.
Smartphone chargers are one of our most prized possession when it comes to tech these days. Some of us bring them out together on a daily basis, whereas some of us bring a power bank. One thing is for sure - these chargers differ from one another. For all smartphone reviews that we do, we highlight what type of charger the phone actually comes with, is it 5V 1A, 5V2A, or something else? Smartphone chargers do affect your user experience.
When was the last time you took a picture and said: "awww, that's such a nice shot but it was not in focus"? I'm pretty sure most of us have dealt with a similar situation - and Huawei's dual camera system is going to fix that with their Wide Aperture mode.
We're really lucky to be invited to our local media briefing of the ASUS ROG Phone. This highly-anticipated smartphone was first experienced back at Computex 2018 and since then, ASUS did quite a lot of fine-tuning and polishing to the ROG Phone. After 4 months, we now have the ROG Phone on our hands once again. There's now a USB-C dock and an official ROG Phone case too.
Computex 2018 is over - but I think it's time we share something more than just the coverage of booths of brands that are present there. We should take a look at the phones we used too. Why? Because smartphones for traveling require battery longevity, camera quality, and speedy performance.