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 –
KEY FEATURES 5.5-inch quad-HD display Snapgradon 835 / 4GB RAM 64GB storage / microSD ANC USB-C earbuds included No headphone jack 12MP camera w/ OIS 3000mAh battery Amazon Alexa Edge Sense Manufacturer: HTC Review Price: £649.99/$974.99 HTC U11 HANDS-ON: A PHONE YOU CAN SQUEEZE, BUT WHY? HTC U11 release date: June 2017 HTC U11 price:
WHAT IS THE SONY XPERIA XA1? Sony’s latest mid-range handset is all about the camera, something that’s rarely offered in the sub-£250/$375 space. For that reason alone, the Xperia XA1 is worth considering – but with the decent camera come a host of compromises that not everybody will be happy with. In a competitive market,
Vivo has just officially launched its latest offering and just as the trend goes in the smartphone scene, the newest handset caters to the selfie-centric crowd and it comes with an ‘s’ in its name. Is it worth going for with its Php2K increase in price compared to the V5? We find out. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION The Vivo
Taking selfies is a fun job. Some think it’s a disaster, but the other are sure it’s a fashion trend. Regardless how you’re treating this we should think of it as a phenomenon we meet every day. The smartphone makers use this info to come in with products designed for this business especially. Of course,
Sony’s XBR900C certainly makes a statement with its form factor showcasing its stunning appearance. But what about performance? Can this set provide a picture image that is equally stunning as its design? Or is it just another attractive looking display in the ever expanding 4K UHD landscape. Well, let’s have a look and find out.