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Huawei nova 10 Pro video review is now out

Huawei's latest upper-midrange smartphone, the nova 10 Pro, finally got introduced to the European market at IFA in Berlin last month, after an initial announcement back in July. The handset continues in the tradition of the nova series - offering a very pretty package with plenty of smarts on the inside too. We've already gone hands-on with it back at IFA, and our full in-depth written review is coming very soon - definitely stay tuned for that. While you wait, perhaps you'd like to get a taste of our findings, though? The most important ones, perhaps? Well then, we have just the thing for you - it's our video review! This time we're doing things a little differently, as usually our written reviews come out before the video version. You can think of this as a teaser of sorts for the written review. "


Posted on Saturday, October 15, 2022 @ 18:14:11 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan


LG C2 65-Inch 4K OLED Review

The C2-series is powered by LG's brand-new EVO OLED technology, which, as the name implies, provides an evolutionary leap in overall image brightness and dynamic range over previous generation OLED TVs. According to LG, the increased performance is due to a new deuterium-based blue OLED substructure that makes the panel far more resistant to burn-in, allowing them to drive pixels harder than ever before, for increased light output. "


Posted on Saturday, October 15, 2022 @ 18:10:42 UTC in LG by Wesslan

Klipsch Cinema 1200 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos Soundbar System Review

Upon hefting the box, it was clear that the Klipsch Cinema 1200 soundbar system was more substantial than the majority of soundbars on the market. The Klipsch is a 5.1.4 system that can process 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos audio signals and pass through 8K HDR video signals. The Klipsch is smart home-compatible with built-in Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Spotify Connect. The soundbar borrows design cues from the Klipsch speaker line with a pattern woven into the black cloth that covers the majority of the soundbar. "


Posted on Saturday, October 15, 2022 @ 18:07:17 UTC in Klipsch by Wesslan

OnePlus has released the Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update for the OnePlus 9RT, which was launched last October with Android 11-based ColorOS 12. It is currently seeding in India and brings the Aquamorphic Design to the 9RT in addition to some optimizations, improvements, and new features. If you are interested in giving it a try, make sure your 9RT is running the latest OxygenOS 12 version (C.07) before installing the update. It should also have at least 30% battery and 5.5GB of free storage.


Posted on Saturday, October 15, 2022 @ 17:45:10 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan

Cerwin Vega will be at The SEMA Show from November 1st - November 4th at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Who's going



Posted on Saturday, October 15, 2022 @ 17:38:18 UTC in Cerwin Vega by Wesslan

Samsung Galaxy Fold hands on review

"  The Samsung Galaxy Fold is one of the most exciting smartphones of 2019 and we've finally been able to get our hands on the foldable phone. Before today, we've only been able to see it on stage at a distance and behind thick glass. However, just a few weeks before the Galaxy Fold officially goes on sale, Samsung has decided the handset is now ready for the hands of the media (albeit only for a limited amount of time). Our first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Fold are positive. The folding mechanism feels secure, the large 7.3-inch display looks great and the fact you can fold it in half and stick it in your pocket (just about) is certainly cool.  "


Posted on Monday, April 15, 2019 @ 17:47:15 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

LG G8 ThinQ review

" Even though the name states otherwise, the G8 ThinQ is actually a minor hardware refresh of last year's LG G7 ThinQ. Sure, it has the brand new Snapdragon 855 behind the wheel and a couple of neat (kind of) software and hardware features. But are they enough to battle the newly released Galaxy S10 trio or even the Huawei P30-series? After all, both Huawei and Samsung introduced not one but at least a couple of cutting-edge features on their latest flagships. As it turns out, LG's list of cutting edge features is not among the short ones either. Aside from the Snapdragon 855  "


Posted on Monday, April 15, 2019 @ 16:47:15 UTC in LG by Wesslan

Huawei P30 review

"  What do you get when you replace the periscope camera of a Huawei P30 Pro with a conventional, shorter tele lens? The Huawei P30 non-Pro, of course. Naturally, we're oversimplifying and there are more differences beyond the most obvious 3x zoom vs. the Pro's headline 5x figure. Huawei isn't keen on going the same path Samsung took with the S10s and is doing all sorts of things to differentiate between the models - it's not just a matter of size when choosing between the P30s and that's not ideal if you ask us.  "


Posted on Monday, April 15, 2019 @ 16:26:05 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

OnePlus 6T review

"  There's a new OnePlus 6T flagship in town, one uniquely similar and all the while, different from its predecessor. A new and bigger AMOLED panel, with a smaller notch and cutting-edge in-display fingerprint reader, plus a bigger battery pretty much define the upgrade over the OnePlus 6. However, the OnePlus 6T also marks the official removal of the headphone jack - surely, a downgrade and sad occasion for many long-term fans.  "


Posted on Friday, November 02, 2018 @ 11:32:45 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan

Google Pixel 3 review

"  Bringing the small Pixel into the now with a tall display and less wasted space, we have this year's Google Pixel 3. Updated glass build and a couple of selfie cameras mark the other key changes compared to the 2017 vintage. Google Pixel 3 review This being Google's hardware vehicle for Google's own software, the Pixel 3 comes with the latest Pie OS, almighty Assistant, and a main camera that makes up with machine learning and math for what it lacks in specs - an actual second module. Google's aversion to the specs race continues and the Pixel 3 is one of few top-end handsets to make do with just 4GB of RAM and the 128GB storage maximum is where some current models start at. No memory card slot either - instead, it offers you unlimited cloud storage for a few years to come. Neat, but not quite the same thing, we reckon.  "


Posted on Friday, November 02, 2018 @ 11:30:41 UTC in Google by Wesslan

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