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ASUS Fonepad 7 (FE170CG)

ASUS Fonepad 7 (FE170CG) Review

ASUS Fonepad 7 (FE170CG) Review – ASUS’ Fonepad line of device must be doing pretty well in the market as the Taiwanese tech powerhouse is constantly releasing newer variants of the Fonepad. This month, we had a chance to review the latest and most affordable Fonepad...

Xiaomi Redmi 1S

Xiaomi Redmi 1S Review

Xiaomi Redmi 1S Review – Malaysians still aren’t quite over the craze that is Xiaomi’s flagship smartphone, the Mi 3 just yet, with the phones selling out in under a minute every time it goes on sale every week. Xiaomi’s about to ramp up the...

Samsung GALAXY K zoom

Samsung GALAXY K zoom Review

Samsung GALAXY K zoom Review – Last year, after launching the hotselling GALAXY S4, Samsung went on to create spin-offs of their flagship device, one of which was the GALAXY S4 Zoom that was designed to cater to the crowd who loves taking photos with...

YotaPhone

YotaPhone Review

YotaPhone Review – The YotaPhone is a fascinating take on the ereader and smartphone combination that has impressive potential You can be forgiven for not having heard of the YotaPhone. It has slipped under the radar of many smartphone fans. But it is an exciting...

Nokia Lumia 630

Nokia Lumia 630 Review

Nokia Lumia 630 Review – Nokia and their array of Windows Phone devices are slowly making an impression on the mobile market. This is due to the fact that Nokia are still looking to cater to everyone userdemographic possible. The Nokia Lumia 630 is one...

EE Kestrel

EE Kestrel Review

EE Kestrel Review – Until now if you wanted a budget 4G smartphone, your choices would have been very limited – either plump for a $190 Windows Phone or stump up $406 for a nexus 5. That’s no longer the case thanks to the arrival...

Prestigio MultiPhone 7600 Duo

Prestigio MultiPhone 7600 Duo Review

Prestigio MultiPhone 7600 Duo Review – Prestigio is not one of those top-end names you would normally think of when listing phone makers. But the company has quite a lot of handsets for sale in the UK, and the new MultiPhone 7600 is a dual-SIM...

Oppo N1 CyanogenMod Ed

Oppo N1 CyanogenMod Ed Review

Oppo N1 CyanogenMod Ed Review – If you asked the average Android user to list five Android hardware manufacturers, there is a fair chance that Oppo wouldn’t be there. If you did the same with Android ROMs then it’s more likely that CyanogenMod would come...

ZTE Blade V

ZTE Blade V Review

ZTE Blade V Review – The ZTE Blade V takes the crown as the world’s cheapest quad-core phone, available on a PAYG deal through Virgin Media in the UK for just $82. This feels every bit a budget device – a glossy plastic backplate and...

Kazam Trooper X4.0

Kazam Trooper X4.0 Review

Kazam Trooper X4.0 Review – Kazam is a new name in Android phones. The company was formed last year by two former HTC executives, and has a range of devices with screens from 5.5 inches down to 3.5. Kazam Trooper X4.0 From a new name in...