Samsung Galaxy S5 mini review: Big enough

With two Galaxy S minis under its belt, Samsung has set off on a quest for a third, hopefully more successful version of its current flagship. But the rules have changed and Samsung has finally stopped ignoring this fact. While Sony flipped…
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Xiaomi Mi 3 review: The way of the dragon

Xiaomi one of the largest smartphone vendors in its homeland – China – and it's one of the most popular Asian mobile brands. It has given the world the popular user-friendly MIUI for Android. But the crown jewel, of course, is their current flagship phone – the Xiaomi Mi 3.
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NVIDIA Shield tablet review: a solid slate with a gaming addiction

NVIDIA’s Shield gaming handheld was a peculiar, singular device: an expensive Android portable aimed squarely at consumers that had already purchased high-end desktop GPUs. It was novel and fun, but it wasn’t for everybody: If you weren’t a gamer,…
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Samsung Galaxy Alpha preview: First look

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is a surprising change in the Samsung product strategy. It certainly has many of the Galaxy S5 key selling features, while staking on more premium material such as aluminum. But it’s not another flagship, no, it’s rather an offshoot of the Galaxy family tree – something that the Galaxy S5 mini could have been but is not. An unusual bird, indeed.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4: Easy to swallow 4G Android tablet

The best tablet in the world? Possibly Review   If by the size of its TV advertising campaign shall ye know it, then the Galaxy Tab S is clearly a Big Deal to Samsung.…
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Sony Xperia T3 review: Wits and looks

Sony's Xperia T lineup has been growing out of 007′s tux and the third generation is putting on a t-shirt. OK, an oversized t-shirt, although the T3 has lost some weight, and screen real-estate, compared to the T2. Gone is the Ultra moniker and the massive 6″ display – the Xperia T3 is closer to smartphones than phablets.
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LG G Pad 10.1 review: Inching along

The LG G Pad 10.1 tops LG’s recently revived tablet lineup but does so by virtue of sheer size rather than merit. The G Pad trio shares a Snapdragon 400 chipset with 1 GB of RAM and screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. Not exactly the kind of specs…
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Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review

A tiny tablet capable of rivalling the Nexus 7 and iPad Mini 2
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HTC Desire 616 dual sim: Managing expectations

The HTC Desire 616 dual sim seems specifically designed for Asian markets – it's affordable but with a large screen, an impressive sounding chipset and that all important dual-SIM connectivity. However, "budget-conscious" is not usually in HTC's…
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Cut price Android on steroids: OnePlus One – should we look gift horse in the gob?

Caveat emptor Review   The idea behind the OnePlus One is very simple: source the best components you need for a top-spec Android phone, one that’s just as good as a branded Tier One Android flagship, and sell it direct at the fraction of the price.…
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