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,...

Sony Xperia Z1: Cut above the average

After the Sony Xperia Z, the new flagship smartphone from Sony is the Xperia Z1. The name doesn’t tell you that it is a marked improvement over its predecessor and possibly...
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.

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,...
OPPO F5 Youth Enchanted Kingdom 1

#SpeedTesting the new OPPO F5 Youth at Enchanted Kingdom

Speed got to revisit Enchanted Kingdom amusement park in Sta. Rosa, Laguna for a day of activities and to partially road test the OPPO F5 Youth.

Apple iPhone 6s Plus: All juiced up

The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus may look identical to their predecessors, but these two smartphones offer something new to the table.

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...

BlackBerry PRIV: Best of both worlds

BlackBerry is back in a way no one ever suspected or imagined.

Google Pixel XL: Best Android experience

The Pixel line represents a brand new chapter for Google as an end-to-end creator of consumer products.

Apple iPad Pro: Do-it-all solution

The Apple iPad Pro points to a future where low-powered mobile processors can match and even exceed desktop silicon.

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