Android

Why Android Could Become your Primary Gaming System

Gaming on Android has come a long way in a very short time. Yet, despite tremendous growth, we tend to see Android as an optional platform rather than a primary one. In the coming years, this could change, as the promise of new technologies and infrastructure could easily make Android systems your preferred way to engage. Multiplatform and Direct Play For most players, the way we get involved in A...[Read More]

The android games worth downloading at the moment

The gaming world is a vastly detailed and comprehensively brilliant one these days. The amount of different games and devices to game on is like we’ve never seen before, alongside the improvements made around graphics, gameplay and the rest. Gaming is in a healthy place, that much is obvious. In fact, it has never been healthier.  One factor which has contributed massively to the growth of gaming ...[Read More]

Smartphone Review: Huawei P40

Huawei released their P40 series of smartphones In April which includes P40 Lite, P40 Lite 5G, P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro+ variants. We were kindly loaned the mid-range P40 for review and we’ve been putting it through its paces to give you the complete rundown of what life’s like using this handset. Quick Specs Display: 6.1″ 1080 x 2340p OLED 60fps CPU: Kirin 990 5G GPU: 16-Core Mali-G76...[Read More]

Review: Jabra Elite 75t True Wireless Earbuds

When we reviewed Jabra’s Elite 85h over-ear headphones last year we were mightily impressed, and so were keen to check out their Elite 75t true wireless earphones to see how they stack up. This model has an IP55 sweat/rain/splash-proof rating, but Jabra also sell a slightly more expensive IP57 version called Elite Active 75t that’s basically the same thing apart from being able to hand...[Read More]

[Editorial] The Huawei Without Google Experience

Undoubtedly the current trade ban that the United States placed on Huawei (and by extension, their subsidiary company Honor) has had the biggest impact on their global smartphone business. Including industry leading technology in their handsets may no longer be enough to excel in a western market that relies heavily on Google apps and services that they aren’t permitted to include. Huawei ha...[Read More]

3 Android Games that Will Tickle Your Brain

I know I love a good brain teaser from time to time, and so do a lot of mobile game players. These games are fun when you have to endure through a boring commute or when you’re looking for a bit of excitement and challenge.  Since I’ve played loads of Android games, and I know good games are hard to find in the pile of games Google Play offers, I thought to share some of these fun games that...[Read More]

How Have Mobile App Games Advanced Over the Years on the Android Platform?

Mobile app games on the Android platform are taken for granted in the modern world. You can enter Google Play on a mobile phone or tablet and choose from thousands of different mobile app games to install on your device. Categories include driving, puzzle, simulation, adventure, shooting, sports, strategy, historical, platform and many more. When looking back on the history of mobile games many pe...[Read More]

Review: Anker Nebula Capsule II Smart Mini DLP Projector

Mini projector technology has been steadily advancing and now provides a viable alternative to a big-screen TV. Today we’re taking a look at Anker’s upgrade to the ultra-portable Nebula Capsule. The can-shaped Nebula Capsule II now runs a stock version of the full-blown Android TV operating system and adds some killer features such as 200 ANSI Lumen brightness, auto-focus and auto-keys...[Read More]

TOP 5 FREE MOBILE GAMES FOR ANDROID

What’s better than playing a free game? I guess nothing, but yes, exceptions are always there like wasting a massive amount of time in downloading it and then doing preps to play it. Fortunately, there are loads of fantastic free android games with whom you pass your time at its best level. But here is a question. We all know that free Android games aren’t always as free as it seems. There are pre...[Read More]

Smartphone Review: Honor 9X

With the glimmering pearl X effect catching the light on it’s curved glass back to the large end-to-end display that’s unblemished by any sign of a selfie camera, the Honor 9X is an impressive looking phone – especially considering its £249.99 price tag. We put it through it’s paces to see if this budget handset is more than just a pretty face. Quick Specs Display: 6.59″ 10...[Read More]

Smartphone Review: OnePlus 7T

OnePlus found success targeting phones to Android enthusiasts who appreciate the performance you get from high-end hardware specs combined with frequently updated, unbloated software for a reasonable price. The OnePlus 7T is their latest handset to follow this winning formula, delivering top performance for only £549 / $599. Quick Specs Display: 6.55″ 1080 x 2400p 90Hz AMOLED CPU: Snapdragon...[Read More]

Smartphone Review: Huawei nova 5T

  The nova 5T is Huawei’s latest smartphone release, offering near flagship specs at a mid-ranged price of £399.99 here in the UK. We’re delighted to see Huawei releasing another phone with Google services despite the ongoing US trade ban. Quick Specs Display: 6.26″ 1080 x 2340p IPS LCD CPU: Kirin 980 Octa-core GPU: Mali-G76 720 MHz RAM: 6GB / 8GB Storage: 128GB (non-expanda...[Read More]