Smartphone

Review: UMIDIGI Plus 5.5” Android 7.0 Smartphone

While selling for a fraction of the price, UMIDIGI’s Plus Android smartphone boasts some high end specs that put some better known brands to shame. Sharp 5.5” 1920 x 1080 LCD Touchscreen MediaTek 8 Core Helio P10 CPU, Mali-T860 GPU 4000mAh Internal Battery 4GB RAM and 32GB of Storage 0.1-0.3 sec Fingerprint Unlock USB Type C Connector with support for Quick Charge 13MP Rear and 5MP Front Cameras M...[Read More]

Review: Leagoo Lead 6 Android 4.4 Smartphone from EasySMX

The Chinese Leagoo brand isn’t that well known here in the UK, so I didn’t quite know what to expect when EasySMX are offering their fully functional smartphone for just £50 (~$62). Available in rose, white, blue or black colours, for the UK market EasySMX have obviously swapped out the charging brick as a 1A USB UK wall charger is included outside the box. Inside along with the phone you get an i...[Read More]

Worldwide Smartphone Market Volume to Reach 1.53 Billion in 2016

The Worldwide Smartphone Market Forecast, 2016-2020 report finds that global mobile phone market volume is anticipated to witness 1.4% year-on-year growth in 2016 and reach 1.97 billion units, 1.53 billion of which will be smartphones.   The market has dropped to single digits, representing a plateau period. This further proven by the fact that global smartphone market volume is predicted to ...[Read More]

Headline findings from the November smartphone survey UK

Fancy features – at what cost? Smartphones have evolved so much in recent years that the latest handsets are not necessarily needed in order to take advantage of the most popular features and functions. So, it’s worth thinking about whether forking out for the latest “flagship” is worth it. It could be that a mid-range, or an even older model, would meet your needs and save you money. ...[Read More]

Yotaphone 2 – Review

 Yotaphone 2 – Review     With the “spec wars” finishing a few years ago now, you’ll not find a bad flagship device from any of the big hitters, be it Samsung, Motorola, HTC, Sony, LG etc etc. Even mid-range devices are more than good enough for everyday use. Packed with power and good cameras, customers are now looking towards killer features or design to make th...[Read More]

Mass Fidelity Relay – Review

  The Mass Fidelity Relay arrived in striking packaging, this thing is heavy, (according to the postal info it’s 1KG!) It’s beautifully presented, the Relay itself on display behind the plastic window of the box, the accessories neatly tucked into a compartment with a magnetic flap.  Behind the flap,  Mass Fidelity labelled audio cables, both RCA to RCA & 3.5mm to RCA, gold pl...[Read More]

Chip Chain – Review

Chip Chain – Review   “Place and match 3 or more identical poker chips to earn a more valuable chip, then chain together matches for huge bonuses! Play power-up cards to make combos, extend chains, and maximize your score. The dealer tosses random chips to get in your way, but if you play smart and think ahead, you can turn the tables and use them to your advantage!” chip-ch...[Read More]

Crystal Acoustics BluDAC – Review

    Right, first off we’d like to thank Dominic at Crystal Acoustics for sending us a BluDAC to review, it’s a relatively new bluetooth receiver, only available since June this year. You may have noticed the NFC logo in the pic above, yes, the BluDAC has NFC pairing, and can remember 8 paired devices. It’s aptX® certified with both analog and digital outputs, much like ...[Read More]

Betasphere Audio Beacon HR-120 Bluetooth Link – Review

    Our friends at mytrendyphone.co.uk recently sent us a Betasphere Audio Beacon HR-120 Bluetooth Link to review. It arrived yesterday, in understated cardboard packaging, with just a few pictures and the bare minimum of information on the box, and the CSR®/aptX® logo on the back, so I hopped online and did a little searching and found very little info on it. Similar results when search...[Read More]

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