Nokia 7.1

The Nokia 7.1 is a slightly more decked-out mid-ranger than we are used to, boasting a set of hardware and software features that are not normally associated with devices in…

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Sony Xperia XA3 Ultra

The Sony Xperia XA3 Ultra will look like the “regular” XA3, with an extra-tall and extra-large display. A few key specifications include Snapdragon 660 processing power, up to 6GB RAM,…

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iPhone XS Max vs Samsung Galaxy Note 9

It’s no surprise that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and the iPhone XS Max are two of the (if not the) most celebrated devices this year. Sammy’s Note line has…

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BlackBerry KEY2 Review

The BlackBerry KEY2 is the follow-up to last year’s QWERTY-keyboard-packing KEYone. It follows in the footsteps of its predecessor by retaining the form factor, but comes with a tweaked design,…

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Moto E5 Play and E5 Plus Review

Moto E series is back in its fifth generation, promising high value in cost and performance that shows little compromise. But will these two phones manage to impress us with…

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Asus Zenfone 5Q Review

We’ve seen solid attempts in the past, but often times one or two glaring flaws have held us back from fully embracing the Zenfone lineup. Does the Zenfone 5Q overcome…

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Apple iPhone XS / Max vs Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+

Should you buy the iPhone XS or the Samsung Galaxy S9? We compare the performance, battery life and camera of two of the most popular flagship phones out there… Photos:

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Samsung Galaxy J7 for AT&T (2018) Review

Last year’s Galaxy J7 didn’t exactly “wow” us with its lackluster camera performance, dated looks, and bare-minimum specs. So, what’s Samsung done differently to curry our favor this year? Anything?…

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Sony Xperia XZ3 Review

Our Sony Xperia XZ3 review takes a look at Sony’s first phone with an OLED screen, a true premium flagship priced to fight with the biggest names in the game,…

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Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 Review

Sony’s Digital Paper tablets, the 13.3-inch DPT-RP1 and 10.3-inch DPT-CP1, aim to do one thing and do it very well: be paper. More specifically, these tablets aim to be your…

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