Sony Xperia ZR: Mini Z

If you like the water-resistant Sony Xperia Z but find 5-inch devices too cumbersome, the Xperia ZR should suit your needs. Despite having a significantly thicker profile than the Z,...

ZTE Nubia Z5S mini: Capable midrange handset

Review by Aritha Zel Zalamea First published in Speed January 2015 When you search for this device online, you will see a lot of variants globally. The particular Nubia Z5S mini...
ROG Strix

ASUS ROG Strix GL502VS: Realm of greatness

The Nvidia GeForce GTX1070, which many gamers have been waiting for, is now in the ASUS ROG Strix GL502VS.

Apple iPhone 5s: Into the future

The iPhone 5s is more than just a mild revision. It features a powerful new processor with twice the performance of the previous version, and while that was sort of expected,...

Huawei Ascend Mate7: Beautiful surprise

I’ve always shied away from phablets—until I used the Ascend Mate7. If it reminds you of the One and One (M8), that’s because it takes a lot of design inspiration from...
ASUS ZenBook 3 UX430UA

ASUS ZenBook 3 UX430UA: Premium practicality

Here we take a look at the midrange ZenBook 3 UX430UA to test its mettle and find out how exactly it holds a candle to its higher-end brother.

HTC One max: For big and deep pockets

The HTC One max is more than just the larger, fatter, and heavier version of the One. Yes, it carries over some good stuff from its predecessor, but it also introduces...

Acer Aspire Switch 10 E: Time to switch

Because of technology's constant need to innovate and meet the ever-changing demand of consumers for productivity solutions, these past few years have seen the steady rise in number of hybrid devices. Among these...
OPPO F3 Plus

OPPO F3 Plus: Selfie supreme

OPPO continues to focus on mobile photography on its next generation of devices, starting with the F3 Plus with a dual front camera setup.

LG G2: Ultrafast workhorse

On paper, the LG G2’s specs look perfect. It’s got a powerful and fast processor, big battery, awesome display, and connectivity features galore. But do all these mean the user experience...

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