Find out how the OPPO Reno8 Pro 5G performs as the first MariSilicon X NPU-equipped Reno device.
After spending so much time creating a flagship smartphone like the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, the company then decided to not sell this phone anywhere else other than China alone. Sure, we can import the phone but there won't be any official Google Mobile Services support and the translation will most probably be iffier than before. In other words - you're on your own.
OPPO is releasing another new Reno series once again - and here we have the new OPPO Reno8 Pro. This time, it is not as bland as the previous releases because it comes with the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 Max chipset and also OPPO's proprietary MariSilicon X imaging chip that was previously only found on their flagship OPPO Find X5 Pro.
This phone was recently announced and I had been using it for the past 2 weeks or so - and I was hit by a wave of nostalgia but with a sense of newness and rediscovery. Back in the year 2014, I was using the OnePlus One. It was the prime time for custom ROMs and I tinkered around so much with that phone. It served me well, but I eventually sold it off for something else that I ultimately regretted. Since then, I never touched any other OnePlus devices at all.
I think it's the season of entry-level smartphones! What we have today is the ZTE Blade V40 Vita. It's quite a mouthful of a name but no matter - this phone is actually quite good and it has a massive 6,000mAh battery and it is only priced at RM629.
We're at the end of the ROG Phone 6 week - and we're ending it with the full review of the phone, plus its accessories. We've talked about the phone's performance, features that elevate our gaming experience, the accessories that gave us physical buttons while lowering the temperature, a controller that looks and works like the Nintendo Joy-Con, and also the overpriced official glass screen protector accessory. Of course, let's not forget about the bikini cases that protect the ROG Phone 6.
A few days ago we reviewed the Galaxy A13. Moving up from the A13 we have the Galaxy A23. This device is actually quite fantastic despite being a rather entry-level smartphone and priced at only RM999.
This is one of Samsung's entry-level smartphones right now. As depicted from the name of this phone, the A13 means that it is still within the Galaxy A series but is number "1" in terms of tier - remember we also have the Galaxy A73 which means it is the 7th tier, and the number "3" means that it is the third generation.
This video won't be a review of the Black Shark 5 Pro only, but we're also going to compare it a little with the Black Shark 5. I think that Black Shark did such a good job in making the Black Shark 5, why should you pay extra to get the Black Shark 5 Pro?