If it’s sheer performance you’re after, you’ll love what the Honor Play has to offer.
Xiaomi became the largest handset manufacturer in India at the end of last year, and it was all because of a strong showing in the budget category. Xiaomi now accounts for one out of three sales in the country, and over 95% of its market share comes from the sub-₹15,000 ($215) segment.
Huawei’s next flagship family is looking awfully exciting.
It can be difficult to keep up with all the phones Huawei releases over the course of a year, but one that continues to stand out from the pack is the Mate 10 Pro.
Samsung just launched the Galaxy Note 9 a few days ago, and the handset is easily one of the most interesting devices of the year. At the same time, it still looks like the Note 8, packing specs that are just marginally better than the Galaxy S9+. Yes, it’s “boring” like that, as Samsung postponed more exciting upgrades to next year’s Galaxy S10, which happens to be the ten-year anniversary Galaxy S model.
However, you don’t have to wait until the first months of 2019 to get your hands on a Galaxy S10. A brand new Android flagship is in the works which will not only deliver some of the rumored Galaxy S10 specs and features right now but also pack the iPhone X’s signature [...]
The normal Huawei Watch 2 is not all that great, but the ‘Classic’ variant retains the traditional timepiece design of the original model. It’s a bit bulky, but it has all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a recent Wear OS smartwatch. Now you can get it for $179.99, a $48 drop from the previous Amazon price and $190 off the original MSRP.
The Watch 2 Classic runs the latest version of Wear OS, and has built-in GPS, NFC for Google Pay, a customizable shortcut button, and a heart-rate monitor. Read More