HTC U11+ in for review

Just when we feared they might be on the way out, they are right back in the big fight. Okay, that may be a bit of an overreaction, but make no mistake – HTC has a serious contender in the U11+. The HTC U11+ is everything a 2017 flagship phone should be – it has an 18:9 screen with close to no bezels, a Snapdragon 835 with 6GB of RAM, a Pixel 2/Galaxy Note8-like 12MP camera, water-proofing and a standout design. It also has a standout price and that may prove key to its success. The HTC U11+ will soon start shipping for £699 and while that may sound like a lot, it’s much more… – Latest articles

Riversong Wave Fit Fitness Band Review

Fitness bands are a dime and a dozen. With their growing popularity, the entire category has become commoditized to a degree. The Riversong Wave Fit is yet another fitness band that claims to have all the features you’d expect, accurate tracking and some smartwatch functionality at a price that shouldn’t pinch the pocket. Does it … Continue reading “Riversong Wave Fit Fitness Band Review”
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OnePlus 5T review: Bigger screen, bigger price, but still a good deal

The motives of many smartphone makers are somewhat opaque to outside observers, but OnePlus is as transparent as they come. OnePlus iterates its hardware relentlessly to stay on the cutting edge, and it responds to the community in a way most OEMs don’t. If the smartphone market is trending someplace, you can bet OnePlus is going to follow, and it’ll manage to do it all a little cheaper than the other guys.

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