Category: Reviews

Super Mario Run Now Available for Download on iOS

Super Mario Run is now available to download and play on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The hotly anticipated Nintendo game has seen a flurry of hype around it. In order...

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is a phone that instantly impresses the second you pick it up, bringing with it a similar feeling the first time you fondled HTC’s One...

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 : Review

As the fourth successor of the product that defined what a phablet should be, Samsung Galaxy Note5 is arguably the most radical release in the product family to date....

Xiaomi Launches Redmi 2 in Brazil

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has started making devices in Brazil for sale locally, promising to dramatically undercut rivals on price in the first big step beyond...

Micromax Canvas Silver 5

It was already predicted by various sites that canvas 5 would be launched today and the same happened. Canvas 5 in today’s event was launched and the company surprised...

HTC One E9+ Review

India is one of the few markets where HTC has been doing reasonably well in the past couple of years. Their success has been mostly because their mid-range phones offer...

Xiaomi Mi 4i:Review

Xiaomi is one of the more interesting OEMs out there. While some smartphone OEMs seem to be in autopilot mode, Xiaomi looks like it’s built for disruption. It...

HTC One M9 Plus Review

Since the launch of the One M9, the whole world has been conflicted on whether HTC did enough of an upgrade from the One M8 to the One M9. The HTC One M9+ made things...

Hands On Review of Xiaomi Mi Band

Fitness bands have caught the fancy of the companies and consumers alike. Though wearable fitness tech has been around for a while (Nike made the category popular when...

Top 5 Android Apps from April

Top 5 apps to download now on your Android smartphone. 1. Google Handwriting Input This is one of the best keyboards from Google. You just scribble on it and it...

Asus Zenfone 2: Review

When it comes to smartphones, all conversations should start with the HTC One M8 ($649, £549 and AU$899 off-contract) and the iPhone 6 (starting at $199...

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Review

Design I’ll admit, the S6 Edge is ever so slightly less ergonomic to hold, as where the curved edges taper into the chassis is a little sharp, where the S6 is...