The Samsung Galaxy A50 is a surprisingly complete mid-class, with three cameras and fingerprint scanner in the screen. We tried him at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The Fossil Sport is the first watch we test with the Snapdragon Wear 3100, the …
The Oppo Reno resembles the Reno 10x Zoom but misses almost all the camera functions that make …
The Fitbit Inspire HR is the newest fitness tracker from Fitbit. In this Fitbit Inspire HR review, you can read about our experiences during exercise and in daily use. The Inspire HR is suitable for anyone who does not (yet) want a smartwatch but wants to measure activities.
Xiaomi is entering the United States market this spring, with the Mi 9 as the flagship. Are price-conscious United States people ready for the brand’s competitive price-quality ratios? And is the hardware and software from Xiaomi itself in the starting blocks?
Fitbit tries to appeal to new target groups with cheaper versions of its wearables. In our Fitbit Versa Lite Edition review, you can read if that strategy works.
With Xiaomi we have a new price fighter in the Netherlands. The company introduces the Xiaomi Mi 9 this spring for a relatively low price, equipped with the fastest hardware of the moment and three cameras on the back.
LG not only presented the G8 ThinQ during MWC 2019 but also came with its first 5G smartphone. The LG V50 ThinQ 5G also distinguishes itself in a different way, because the device has an optional second screen. We have tested for a moment how well that works.
5G and foldable smartphones are the trends of 2019. Huawei has decided to combine these two in the Mate X, a very striking device. We could already look at it in Barcelona.
A new year, a new Moto G series. In this review, we discuss the Motorola Moto G7 Plus, an attractive smartphone that offers great value for money. In fact, this is perhaps the best budget smartphone of 2019.