In the most recent development in the Android smartphone of things, we have a new brand called Pocophone. It's by Xiaomi, and they're not hiding it. The box even states that it's Pocophone by Xiaomi. Piggybacking Xiaomi's fame and reputation, the Pocophone shook the world of smartphones by announcing the Pocophone F1 - the true flagship killer.
It's been quite some time since the launch of the original ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (M1) with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage version. While that variant is a smartphone that is really, really affordable, many of our readers here are actually aiming for the 6GB RAM variant. More RAM is always better, right? But what else has changed?
It's a beautiful day and the Samsung Galaxy Note9 has announced. Not just that - we have that in our hands and I've been using it for quite some time already. While many are saying that the Galaxy Note9 is just a mere incremental upgrade, we think that it is truly innovative and sets a new bar for the industry - especially for smartphones with a stylus.
At this day and age, gaming phones are the next big thing. We know this. The industry knows this. That's why we can see a lot of gaming phones appearing left and right since the launch of Razer Phone - and now, the Honor Play arrives. Is it worth your money? Let's take a look.
When the first Xiaomi Mi A1 was released, everyone was on the edge of their seat. It's a smartphone that is inexpensive yet runs on Android One and packed with some rather interesting hardware. Slightly less than a year later, Xiaomi returns with the next iteration - the Mi A2.
Earlier this year when ASUS first made an appearance at MWC2018 and announced the ZenFone 5 family of devices, we got a glimpse of what the ZenFone 5z will have - and we have the opportunity to test it in our lab too. The ASUS ZenFone 5z is the one smartphone from ASUS this time around that will have the most powerful specs that the market has to offer - other than the upcoming ROG Phone, that is.
Nokia has been actively announcing and promoting new phones into the market since last year. We reviewed the Nokia 8, and they've announced a refresh during MWC2018. and now it's time for the new Nokia 7 Plus. Many people actually regard the Nokia 7 Plus as their flagship instead.