Xiaomi Mi 5

The Xiaomi Mi 5 is the Chinese company’s latest flagship smartphone with a planned release date of March in the Chinese market, followed by India .
It should cost around £300.
The Mi 5 sports a premium design with a metal core and a 3D glass or ceramic rear for a beautifully slick finish. It measures 144.55 x 69.2 x 7.25mm and weighs just 129g, with these design specifications,it should be one of the Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi 5”

OnePlus 3

Launched in 2015, the One-Plus 2 has been around for a while, the OnePlus X only graced us with its presence in October 2015 but that hasn’t stopped rumours sparking for the next OnePlus device – the OnePlus 3.
A set of leaked specs suggests a Full HD display ,not so surprising, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip under the hood.
A fingerprint sensor is supposedly not going to be in the package but i believethis is unlikely. The company’s co-founder has recently said that the OnePlus 3 will offer Continue reading “OnePlus 3”

Motorola Moto X

Motorola announced three Moto X devices in July of 2015 and rumours have numerous.
Leaked images claiming to be the new Moto X 2016 device show a metal body, raised and larger rear camera lens, all these coming together to give the impression of an overall sleek and slim device.
Mostly it’s 90% guesswork at the moment. It has been claimed that a fingerprint sensor would be appearing on Motorola smartphones this year, which would be a wise step to take in the current market.
A faster Continue reading “Motorola Moto X”

Huawei P9

Huawei,a big name in last year’s tech news, may be looking to retain that title this year.
After their recent announcement of their Honor 5X, Mate 8 and a smartwatch heading to the US,the next big announcement from Huawei is expected to be its flagship P9 smartphone.
With its release Huawei will be going up against the giants of every major global market.
The latest hardware rumors suggest Continue reading “Huawei P9”

The “HTC One M10”

HTC had a difficult year in 2015, with the M9 not being as big a hit as was expected.
There’s the suggestion that HTC may abandon the name M10 for the next handset (that is why the heading
is in quotes), but whether or not that is true is still anybody’s guess.
But given the sub-standard performance of the M9 in the market, perhaps HTC is looking towards a little rebranding for this next model.
First it was suggested that the phone would be called the HTC O2, but Continue reading “The “HTC One M10””

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge


The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge were both announced, as expected, at the Unpacked 2016 event at MWC in Barcelona. The Samsung Galaxy S7 features a 5.1-inch Quad HD display, while the S7 edge has a 5.5-inch dual-edge display, also with a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution.Apart from the display and the S7 edge offering a larger battery, it seems both have almost identical specs.
There is a dual Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S7 edge”

The Next Nexus


The next Nexus, a big topic in the tech world. According to sources, Google could be set to take over manufacture of the nexus phones both in the hardware and software sectors from manufacturers.
This will effectively make the former smartphone manufacturer a contractor, rather than a partner in the project.
Some of the larger brands may not Continue reading “The Next Nexus”

HP Elite X3


We’ve seen devices like these before but HP believes it has overcome the barriers that have previously prevented all-in-one smartphone solutions.
The HP Elite X3 is a 6-inch phablet that can also become a desktop PC and/or notebook with the attachment of a-few extra accessories. Sporting the all-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 system on chip.
It is, as powerful as any other mobility processor out there, but uses less power. The phone also has Continue reading “HP Elite X3”