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Review: Nokia 8

Chris N. Fernando
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When HMD Global announced that it is about to launch its new flagship – the Nokia 8 – I was waiting with bated breath. Of course, it wasn’t anything to do with nostalgia – well, 30 percent nostalgia and 70 percent anxiousness about the new Nokia flagship. The phone was launched with much fanfare a week ago. At first looks, the Nokia 8 looks very much like the Nokia 5, albeit with a few changes here and there. The Nokia […]

Review: Xiaomi Mi Max 2

Chris N. Fernando
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Xiaomi’s new Mi Max 2 offers a huge 6.44-inch screen and a 5300mAh battery at a very affordable price tag of AED 969. But is the performance up to mark? Let’s find out. The Xiaomi Mi Max 2 smartphone was launched a couple of weeks ago in the UAE, when Xiaomi marked the opening of its first brand store in the region, in Burjuman Shopping Center, in Dubai, UAE. The phone as mentioned before comes with a 6.44-inch touchscreen display […]

Review: Lenovo Phab 2 Pro

Sarah Rizvi
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Google spent more than two years taking its “Tango” technology from project to full-blown product. Thanks to Google and Lenovo, we now get a glimpse into augmented reality with the first consumer-ready Tango device – the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro.

Review: AMD Ryzen 3 1300X

Chris N. Fernando
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2017 has indeed been a great year for PC enthusiasts and gamers alike, as the newly released AMD Ryzen processors are the perfect alternatives to Intel’s costly 6/8-core CPU line-up. AMD also wants a piece of the cheaper PC market share, and so, they recently launched the Ryzen 3 processors for entry-level PC builds. The consumer line-up of the Ryzen 3 series comprises of the R3 1300X and the R3 1200, featuring 8MB of L3 cache and a modest TDP […]

Review: Moto G5 Plus

Chris N. Fernando
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Lenovo, through its Motorola Mobility division, announced the big brother of the Moto G5 – the Moto G5 Plus – at MWC this year. The device was officially announced regionally in July this year. Coming in at a very affordable price point of AED 849, this device offers features by the boatload. Apart from a raft of new and updated technologies onboard, a key feature this time is that the budget series of Motorola Mobility has been boosted with a […]

Review: HP Sprocket

Chris N. Fernando
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Mobile printing now has a new meaning. HP recently announced the launch of the Sprocket – a portable printer for the smartphone generation. This little device produces 2-by-3-inches photos with a peel-and-stick back. The printer measures just 0.83 inches in depth and weighs only 226-gms and hence it will be easy to carry around for use on the go. The device uses Bluetooth to connect to the required HP Sprocket companion app, which is available for both Android or iOS […]