Smartphones

LG V30 review: The best LG phone so far

This year marks the strong return of LG following the release of many flops last year. Earlier this year, the South Korean firm announced its highly-anticipated flagship phone, G6 with

Google Pixel 2 hands-on review: A small upgrade

Last year, the Pixel and Pixel XL made a gigantic hit when they were officially announced at the #MadeByGoogle event. The Pixel and Pixel XL were among the best smartphones

Samsung Galaxy Note 9: What we know so far

The Galaxy Note 8 is undoubtedly one of the best smartphones you can get right now. The Note 8 marks Samsung’s big comeback following the unprecedented recall of the Note

How to unlock iPhone X to use with any network

The iPhone X has been on everyone’s lips since it made debut back at Apple’s September event. The iPhone X serves as Apple’s strategic plan to compete with the Samsung

5 lesser-known features in Google Maps for Android

Google Maps is the most powerful search engine on Earth. Google has been working hard to improve its mapping service for years to compete with Apple Maps. Google’s mapping service

iPhone X: New features and changes

At this year’s September event, Apple officially announced the iPhone X following months of rumors. With the iPhone X, the Cupertino company has removed what users have been accustomed to

What’s new in Android 8 Oreo?

Android 8 Oreo has finally landed in our shores and it comes with a lot of changes and features that make it shine out there. Google has started rolling out

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review: Bigger screen and bigger power

Samsung has just announced the next generation Galaxy Note smartphone following months of endless rumors and reports. The Galaxy Note 8 may help Samsung hit back at critics who have

LG Q6 review: The best mid-range phone you can buy now

LG is having hard time selling its smartphones on the market. The South Korean firm is struggling to compete directly with Samsung and Apple. The company’s hit phone G5 failed

Nokia 8 brief review: Same premium look but more power

Earlier this year, HMD Global, a Chinese company that holds Nokia rights, made waves by announcing that Nokia would return to the smartphone market with a brand new Android-based device,