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HTC U11 Plus Hands-on review: Specs and Price

HTC U11 PLUS HANDS-ON REVIEW – It’s been a tough year for HTC. It started badly with the disappointing HTC U Ultra, got slightly better with the HTC U11, and then swerved off course again when Google bought some of the company’s top talent. Looking to end things on a high, the Taiwanese company has

Apple iPhone X Vs. Samsung Galaxy S8: Design, Specs, Price Compare

GALAXY S8 VS IPHONE X: WHICH IS BEST? Samsung and Apple have had big years and even bigger phones, with the latest iPhones and Galaxy 8-series phones both doing battle in phone shops across the world. But the new iPhone X has arrived to change the landscape once again, with its bezel-free design, uprated specs

LG G6 VS SAMSUNG GALAXY S8: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs LG G6: If you’re looking to pick up a new Android flagship, LG and Samsung have got you covered. But which smartphone is better: the Galaxy S8 or the LG G6? We weigh up the differences. Back in February 2017, LG unveiled the LG G6 smartphone, its flagship handset for the

LG V30 Review: Hands-on with the Phone

KEY FEATURES 6-inch quad-HD+ Full Vision display HDR 10 support Snapdragon 835. 4GB RAM 64 or 128GB storage Quad-DAC B&O earbuds LG V30 HANDS-ON: MORE EXCITING THAN THE INCOMING IPHONE 8? LG V30 release date: September 2017 For the first time, LG is bringing its secondary flagship ‘V’ series to the UK via Carphone Warehouse –

Top 9 About iPhone 8 Rumors

THE FEATURES TO WATCH The iPhone 8 will mark the tenth anniversary of the original iPhone, but will it live up to the hype? A new OLED display, 3D face scanning feature and wireless charging are just a few of the rumored features of Apple’s next flagship. It’s also expected to sport a fresh new

2017 New Surface ProVs Macbook Pro: What’S The Difference?

New Surface Pro vs MacBook Pro: When you’re looking for a work laptop, you’ll probably consider the Microsoft Surface Pro or Apple MacBook Pro, but which is best? The MacBook Pro has long been a staple of Apple’s computing roster, offering solid performance and an ever-attractive design for a generally high price. Microsoft’s attempt to