Huawei are one of the biggest telecommunications equipment companies in the world. They are huge in China although their kit is used the world over. Chances are if you are a BT Broadband customer you are using modems build by them. Huawei make no bones about their desire to become one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, and a couple of years ago they started their assault on the European market. I reviewed the G300 and found it to be a stunning budget range phone. The Huawei Read more [...]
Phone and tablet reviews.
Cut priced fondelslabs are everywhere. But when one features an IPS panel and dual core processor for less than £130, you really should take a second look, shouldn’t you?
7 inch Android tablets reviewed: The Asus Nexus 7 is pitted against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and Acer A110. Who will win?
There is very little that can be said about the Asus Nexus 7 that has not already been said. Google’s master stroke in releasing the 7 inch tablet prior to the mooted iPad Mini and be fore Amazon took the Kindle Fire outside of North American shores has meant this device is the best possible way to spend less than £200. It has not been all plain sailing though, with issues relating to supply and the dreaded spectre of faulty first batches in the form of ‘screen lift’. Regardless, millions have Read more [...]
ony are the perennial under achievers of Android. Never having a hit on their hands, under the guise of Sony Ericsson they have still received a few plaudits. Despite the lack of success, at lease Sony are distinctive. While the LGs and Samsungs form a melange of monolithic slabs, Sony have a bit of style. A bit of grace. That is until the NXT series of phones, which was marked by the buyout of Ericsson and a new…monolithic slab like appearance. Face palm, Sony. Ouch. We’re going to dig a Read more [...]
Samsung’s newly emblazoned Olympic hopeful: budget Android with a budget experience. But what do you expect for £80?
This phone rocks like a hurricane. Serious. Go buy one. Wrong way to start a review? Well sorry, but let’s cut to the chase: *buy the damn phone*. Why? Well, if you insist… Android is built on touch screen technology, but the common flaw in budget end phones is that too many sacrifices are made in this area. Small phones like the HTC Wildfire S or Samsung Galaxy Ace may hit the right places with either the camera or processor, but rarely is the screen a stunner. If the screen dimensions are smaller, Read more [...]
A 5.3 inch dual core mega beast of an Android phone. Roar…the Galaxy Note has teeth.