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Moto G7 Power review

The Moto G7 Power’s biggest selling point is also its finest feature: - the battery. It’ll last for days of use, and charges up in no time. On top of that there’s barely any battery drain from playing games, watching videos or listening to music, so it's a good choice of

Sony Xperia 10 Plus review

Sony is pitching the Xperia 10 Plus as the optimal way to watch movies on your smartphone, but it only lives up to that claim if you exclusively watch movies made for theatrical release, and ignore TV shows or streaming originals. Since few people will buy a phone just for

LG K40 review

The LG G8, LG G8S and LG V50 may have taken all the headlines at MWC 2019, but the company has a variety of other phones on show including its new mid-range collection. The cheapest in those mid-rangers is the LG K40, which unsurprisingly is the follow-up to the LG K30

iPhone XR review

The iPhone XR is one of the best handsets Apple has ever made, and that’s mainly down to the excellent battery life. The rest of the phone doesn’t really add much to the iPhone family in terms of pure specification or novelty, but it does offer a more budget route into

super-fast storage for the OnePlus 7 Pro

We're just days away from the official OnePlus 7 unveiling on May 14, and the rumors and teasers continue to roll on. Today's tidbit of information is about the ultra-fast UFS 3.0 storage that is apparently heading to the OnePlus 7 Pro. Sources speaking to the usually reliable XDA Developers say

Apples iPhone battery life claims are exaggerated

According to new tests conducted by UK consumer watchdog Which?, Apple is greatly overestimating the battery life of various iPhone models, with the iPhone XR falling particularly short of the manufacturer's 25-hour talk time claim. The independent organisation tested nine recent iPhone models, finding that they all underperformed when it came

Nokia 1 review

Not too long ago, Nokia was the largest manufacturer of phones on the planet. A great part of this success lay in the ability of the Finnish firm to tap firmly into the low-end of the market as well as the high-end. Various devices over the years, in particular the Nokia Lumia

Samsung Galaxy S10 review

The Samsung Galaxy S10 has been engineered to be a conversation-changer, a phone that's intended to turn everyone's yearly question of "Do I really need to upgrade?" into a more exclamatory "Do I really need to upgrade!" Our time so far with the Galaxy S10 proves that it does make this

iPhone XS review

The iPhone XS is easily the best iPhone Apple’s ever made - it’s got the fastest processor, top screen and least bezel out there. The only difference between the smaller XS and larger XS Max is the screen size and battery life, so it’s nice that the difference between the

Nokia 3.1 review

The Nokia 3.1 is an affordable phone for those who want to buy outright, or pay very little for their contract. From afar it seems the perfect mobile for this audience. It may not have high-end specs, but the Nokia 3.1 still looks smart enough and has the long-aspect display a

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