Hot on the heels of Red Magic 6, Black Shark 4 and ASUS ROG Phone 5 is Lenovo’s second gaming phone, the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 Gaming Smartphone (Legion Phone Duel 2 Pro in China), a follow up to the brand’s Legion Phone Duel, from last year.
The OnePlus‘ first smartwatch is finally here and it looks, well, very watch-like – a plus point for those who hate the smartwatch look. At a glance, it really does look like just a regular watch.
Well, what do you know? Not only the super tough smartwatch from G-Shock, G-Squad, has a follow up, but it also surprises us with it being powered by Wear OS by Google.
Last year’s Amazfit T-Rex changed the smartwatch game with a tough smartwatch that has no less than 12 military certifications and at a price that won’t break your bank.
So much for the promise of making affordable gadgets. We totally understand the premium price tag of Mix Fold, but a premium price on a regular smartphone from Xiaomi? It’s debatable.
Xiaomi has stopped producing Mix models since 2018 (not counting the Mix Alpha which was concept). Yesterday, the name Mix appeared again, but this time, as a folding phone called Mix Fold.
Xiaomi’s Poco line of phones has done it again. The Poco sub brand has recently welcomed to two new members, the Poco X3 Pro and the Poco F3, that are sort of flagship devices (or quasi flagship devices?), but with extremely attractive price points.
This is the Black Shark 4, the latest gaming smartphone from Xiaomi gaming smartphone brand. My excitement for this smartphone has be trashed by a small but annoying detail.
OnePlus is never known for its mobile photography prowess. Well, that has changed, or so we heard, with the new OnePlus 9 Series smartphones featuring Hasselblad Camera for Mobile.
Remember Samsung Galaxy XCover, the ruggedized Galaxy smartphone designed with enterprise in mind? Well, it has a new iteration called Samsung Galaxy XCover 5.