29/05/2015 09:27:15
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Motorola Migrate - Make the Switch from Old to New

Buying a new phone, we often forget about the tedious process of transferring data over from our old device. Shopping is an exciting part of any ownership so many of us avoid spoiling it by thinking about technicalities. Lucky for us users then, Motorola brought the inconvenience level to a minimum with an app called “Motorola Migrate”.read more...

22/05/2015 15:13:56
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Sony Xperia E4 - Instant Entertainment

Sony has a bi-annual launch strategy, it was time for something new. Strap on your seatbelts and hop on for a quick ride with Sony’s latest midrange phone, the almighty Xperia E4!read more...

15/05/2015 14:55:45
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Microsoft Lumia 640 - Achieve more

Since the merger of Nokia with Microsoft, we were watching from the sidelines, trying to figure out whether any kind of transformation is going to take place. Most of us here loved Nokia smartphones for what they were; simple, durable and affordable pieces of tech you could rely on day-in and day-out. Microsoft is a gigantic company with an almost unlimited amount of resources, so keeping Nokia’s legendary Lumia range innovative should be as easy as pie. In that spirit, we took out a couple of days from our busy schedules to put Lumia 640 through its paces and determine whether it kept all the strong points that made Lumias great in the first place. Read on to find out more!read more...

08/05/2015 12:51:03
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Google Nexus 6 - More of Everything

What is a phablet anyways? Why would you need something that is not a phone, but not a tablet either? Well after some serious market research, tech giants determined that there is indeed a need for something in-between. Something with better mobility than a tablet, but with similar screen real-estate. And that is exactly how we ended up with phablets. To prove our point of how significant they’ve become, on review today we have Google’s Nexus 6, the latest device to join the phablet crowd. Let’s hop in and find out how it performs!read more...

01/05/2015 14:41:41
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HTC Desire 820 – More of Everything

HTC has been hard at work releasing new models in an attempt to climb to the top. Last year we were absolutely peppered with their products to the point that we had to go back and check if we missed any of them. Nonetheless, we are always excited to see new products leave the door and fall onto our desk for an in-depth review. Well on our desk today is HTC’s mid-range flagship, the Desire 820. It comes as a successor to Desire 816 bringing some major improvements like a 64-bit processor and an upgraded camera setup. Whether it’s worth your hard earned cash, stick around to find out!read more...

24/04/2015 11:01:22
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HTC Desire 620 - Get the Edge

After focusing on flagship models for some time, HTC decided to turn its attention to the mid-range segment and release a brand new device called Desire 620. Their new device introduces a couple of innovations and marks a noticeable improvement over Desire 610. Let’s take a closer look!read more...

17/04/2015 15:56:01
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BlackBerry Classic – Rebirth of an Icon

Today's review takes us back to the good old days when phones were so diverse and packed to the brim with distinguishing features, you were hard pressed to make a choice. BlackBerry was one of those manufacturers that refused to go with the flow. Instead of following global trends, RIM was on a mission to set their own. And they succeeded in part because we distinctly remember seeing everyone glued to their BlackBerry, typing away on BlackBerry messenger. Back in the day BlackBerry messenger was huge. So huge in fact that it could give Viber and WhatsApp a run for their money. As a result every time we pick up a BlackBerry, a huge smile appears on our face which is exactly what we expected from their latest more...

10/04/2015 11:13:18
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Samsung Galaxy A3 – Rediscover the Galaxy

For many years, Samsung smartphones have been made using high grade polycarbonate, and while that might have sufficed in the past, today we see a different story unfold. We’ve entered an era in which manufacturers scramble for new materials and go all out in design departments. As a result, more and more smartphones emerge flaunting some kind of metal on the surface. Not long ago, Samsung stepped in the right direction with Galaxy Alpha and Note 4, both sporting rigid metal frames but sticking to proven polycarbonate on other surfaces. By releasing Galaxy A3, Samsung turns a new page in its design department and faces titans of the industry more...

02/04/2015 14:48:34
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Sony Xperia T3 LTE Beauty in Every Detail

Obsessed by model-like thinness, Sony had one of its phones placed on a strict diet. The result? A smartphone that is just 7 millimeters thick. The good news doesn’t stop there. Sony decided to place Xperia T3 in the midrange segment so you can enjoy all of that slimness without breaking the bank. This coupled to the fact that it contains pretty capable internals should make it a great all-rounder. Let’s take a closer look!read more...

27/03/2015 10:31:59
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HTC One M9 - Premium Perfection

HTC One (M8) was undeniably one of the finest looking phones of last year, if not the finest. While its design wasn’t groundbreaking, it bore pure elegance instilling unprecedented glamour into the smartphone world. So much so, that those same design cues rubbed off on other manufacturers. In light of that, we were on the edge of our seats waiting for the new generation to be revealed. Now that it is here, we can finally take a closer more...

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