Category Archives: Reviews
Another 64-bit handset has hit us for a review. It’s the Ulefone Be Pro this time. Ulefone make quite some noise recently after being active as an OEM manufacturer for the most part and now starting to develop their own brand. They managed to achieve quite a big success within a comparably short time, gathering […]
Last week I received 2 x Xiaomi Yi Action cameras to review so I headed to the mountains and took some sample video and photos. Here are my first impressions of the Xiaomi Yi Action Camera.
Here’s the full review of the very first rugged phone from Chinese phone maker No.1 — the No.1 X-Men X1.
If you are looking at a midrange flagship Android phone from China, then the iOcean MT6752 Rock and JiaYu S3 are likely candidates for you. To make life a little easier here is a hands on comparison of both phones.
Blackview might not be a name you are familiar with, but the brand are committed to bringing their phones to Europe headed up by the Blackview Omega.
Mediatek’s new 64-bit SoCs created quite a buzz on the market, being a lot more powerful than their Qualcomm counterparts while staying as cost-effective as we all are used to from MTK chipsets. It’s not only performance that has been improved massively though, GPS – thanks to GLONASS support, power consumption and integrated support for […]
Get to know all about the newest kid on the block, in this in-depth and unbaised Yu Yureka review.
Considering the Xiaomi Mi Note as your next phone and wonder how the 13 mega-pixel rear camera performs? Here are some photo samples from my own useage of he phone.
If you’d been wondering whether or not you should go for the wooden rear covers for the Xiaomi Mi 4, we have a mini review which will help you decide.
Battery life is the topic of concern for most smartphone users and even more so these days with manufacturers building thinner and thinner devices, cutting down the available space for a proper battery more and more. The paradox of all this is that only a minority of smartphone users even wants that development. Most are […]
You may have seen the No.1 G2 smartwatch branded under a different name, but the devices are the same and we have put it through its paces to see if it sis worth buying.
iOcean have sent us one of the first iOcena MT6752 Rock phones to test out. Keep reading for our iOcean MT6752 Rock hands on and first impressions photos and video.
It’s raining MT6752 phones! We just reviewed the awesome and powerful JiaYu S3 some days back, and we already have a couple more MT6752 phones in the office: the iOcean Rock and the Siswoo Cooper i7. The former is a phone that you probably might have heard of before, but the Cooper i7 most likely […]
The latest Xiaomi Redmi 2 is perfect for those on a budget, keep reading for the full Xiaomi Redmi 2 review.
Android tablets have one serious flaw: They are great entertainment devices, but going productive on them can be a pain in the ass. The obvious alternative is a tablet PC running the x86 version of Windows 8.1. Still many would like to enjoy the benefits of both worlds on one device and exactly this is […]
Read on as we go in-depth with the Elephone P6000 as one of the first MT6732 powered phones on the market, in the Elephone P6000 review.
Want to see what we think of the latest flagship from Xiaomi? Keep reading for our first impressions of the Xiaomi Mi Note plus hands on video.
There was once a time that you could only buy a Chinese phone through an online reseller, but with the popularity of Chinese phones more local distributors have set up, so which is better for the customer?
Another review of another promising Mediatek MT6752 powered phone. Keep reading for the full Meizu m1 note review.
Which of these 64bit MT6752 smartphones is better to buy? The Meizu m1 note or the latest Ecoo E04 Aurora?