Just when we thought that 1,999 yuan (about US$309 today) for a so-called gaming smartphone is cheap, BLU Products come along and introduced BLU G91 Pro Gaming Smartphone.
Before the Pixel 6 phone arrives, Google has a new phone to offer you: the Google Pixel 5a. As the model name suggests, it is a more affordable version of the Google Pixel 5 (and kind of a successor to 2020’s Pixel 4a). And it sure has quite a bit to shout about.
The truth is, I never liked folding phones. I was mildly interested, but the fold lines on the screen are just a major turn-off. Believe me. I was (kind of) keen and kept checking back at the stores to see how the demo units stood up to the abuse by thousands of curious walk-in customers. …
OK. The Motorola Edge 20 Pro is not quite the flagship, flagship. It is not rocking the SD888 or 888+, but it does get a fairly decent flagship-level chip, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870.
After 3 years of development, 60 patents filed, and roughly 500 million Chinese yuan, Xiaomi’s under-display camera has finally arrived. The handset maker (and maker of everything under the sun) showed off its third-gen under-display camera technology last year, only be beaten by ZTE in getting it onto the market, twice.
Alright, folks. It looks like the Google Pixel 6 images that were reportedly rendered based on actual Pixels devices are legit. Google has just revealed it itself. But not quite all the details.
While both Xiaomi and Oppo are developing under-display camera, it was ZTE Corporation that beats its fellow Chinese companies to it with the Axon 20 5G last year and it would remain the only device to rock this wonderful new technology.
Tough smartphone usually has the look to match. I mean, it’d be super obvious that it is built tough. Case in point: the DOOGEE S58 Pro. But that’s does not appear to be the case with the new Nokia XR20. The new Nokia smartphone is “military-grade” model is designed to survive intense environmental conditions.
Surprised. Sony Xperia 1 III did not take too long to be available. The device was announced back in April with Xperia 5 II. In the article we lamented that Sony always took too long to release its announced devices. Well, not this time.
You read that right. The new Realme GT Master Explorer Edition has a suitcase inspired back cover. Why? Because, explorer. And you know what? It’s looking pretty dope – that’s if you don’t slip a case on. Actually, no. It has a matching case to continue the suitcase theme even with a phone case on …