ASUS dug deep with their ZenFone 3 lineup and came up with three truly different smartphones compared to the old ZenFone 2. Take the ZenFone 3, for example. On paper, it seems to tick a lot of the right boxes when it comes to a quality device, but is that really the case in the real world?
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A lot of OnePlus’ core principle was about not forcing the customer to choose between a budget price and flagship specs. But with the OnePlus 3, the company’s latest and most expensive smartphone in Malaysia yet, one has to wonder: Has the plucky rebel finally given in to the cutthroat capitalist?
Well, no, Not really.
Xiaomi‘s reputation precedes itself. The Chinese mobile internet company is legendary for punching above its class when it comes to consumer electronics and gadgets. When their flagship Mi 5 launched in Malaysia, it looked like a home run, but the truth is a little more complicated than that.
HTC made bold claims in the build-up to the launch of their brand new flagship smartphone, the HTC 10. They were “obsessed” with perfection, but have they succeeded?
Hype can be dangerous. It often reduces great things to only good and brilliant concepts to only OK. Hype was my biggest problem coming into the launch of the Acer Aspire S 13. After seeing the magnificence of something like HP’s Spectre 13 and the 12-inch Retina MacBook, I had a lot of hope going into Acer’s launch, especially when I heard from sources that the S 13 was going to be something like that.
The bad news? It was that very same hype that led me to be disappointed when I first saw the S 13 in the flesh. But, after that died down, I’m glad to say that my disappointment was completely unfounded.
AKG has taken one of its popular headsets and set it free from the cords that bind it. Here’s our review of the updated version of the AKG Y50 headphones, the AKG Y50BT. Given AKG’s reputation for awesome headsets, we think this one won’t disappoint.
TP-Link isn’t known for their smartphones. They make routers and other networking solutions and they make them very well. But, with how much the smartphone has taken over our lives, it seems a slice of this market was too tempting to pass up.
So they took a stab at making some smartphones. The result is the Neffos C5 line.
I got stuck when writing this review for the longest time. I spent an unnecessary amount of hours staring at a blank page in Google Docs trying to come up with an angle for this smartphone. Is it remarkable? No, absolutely not. Is it terrible? Nawp, that’s not right either.
What on earth do I call the OPPO F1 Plus then?