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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

Nokia 7.1 review

"  They say third time's a charm and indeed HMD did right by Nokia's legacy. Once the behemoth of the whole industry, it deteriorated to oblivion, only to be resurrected by Microsoft, and then fall again. Android One turned out to be the platform for Nokia to thrive once more and the latest Nokia 7.1 is the perfect example of how well things are going. The first HMD-made Nokia phones had great potential, but there was noticeable room for improvement. And with the second generation of Android-powered Nokias we do get more! The Nokia 7.1 is not only well-prepared for the mid-range with its Snapdragon 636 chip and capable dual-camera, but it does impress with a large HDR display.  "


Posted on Friday, November 02, 2018 @ 11:22:52 UTC in Nokia by Wesslan

GIGABYTE Aorus Gaming 7 WiFi AMD Ryzen Mobo Review

GIGABYTE is one of the world’s largest and most well-known manufacturers of computer components and motherboards. GIGABYTE was founded in 1986 and has grown into one of the most influential, successful, and well-known motherboard manufacturers in the world. GIGABYTE isn’t unique in this regard, as several of its competitors were founded around the same time. We have seen many motherboard makers come and go over the years, but three of the most successful motherboard manufacturers are the ones founded around this time. GIGABYTE is a bit of an odd duck. In my experience, GIGABYTE has often made some unusual choices regarding integrated features and motherboards, and even stranger choices regarding its aesthetic design for many of its products.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 15:00:54 UTC in Gigabyte by Wesslan

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X

There are no major surprises here. AMD's remit with Pinnacle Ridge is to find extra performance via multiple avenues available a year after the initial launch. Increasing the core base and boost frequency is one obvious method, evidenced by the four new chips operating at higher speeds than the previous generation. AMD has been able to achieve higher sustained clocks by using two methods: a move to a 12nm LP process from GlobalFoundries and adoption of Precision Boost 2 - we will talk more about both in a while. Core frequency gains are the largest performance differentiator if the base architecture remains largely the same, of course, yet adding faster memory support can also be deemed useful in most circumstances, and thus the move to DDR4-2,933 is predictable. AMD has also reworked the cache and DRAM latencies to offer nippier access for latency-sensitive tasks. In sum, the firm has grabbed the medium-hanging fruit that was left on the table in the drive to release the initial Ryzen chips in March last year. These improvements are expected and welcome from a performance and power perspective.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 13:49:25 UTC in AMD by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P

When we asked "which CPU cooler are you using?" it was no surprise to find that a few folk were rocking a Cooler Master 212. The original may be getting old, but newer variants are readily available and at under £30 the 212 remains a viable option for many users. But what if you need something a little more extreme? That's where the Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P comes in. Described by the manufacturer as "an engineering masterpiece," the MA620P is said to adapt the favoured 212 heatsink design into a dual-tower form factor better suited to enthusiasts.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 13:44:25 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition

When contemplating a premium monitor purchase, it pays to consider your most frequent usage scenario. The emergence of multiple panel technologies is such that some monitors are better suited to specific tasks; the viewing angles and colour reproduction of IPS tends to be favoured by creative types; the fast response time of TN panels plays well with gamers; and VA displays are a middle-ground of sorts, with better viewing angles than TN and typically impressive contrast. There's no one-panel-fits-all, and AOC reckons VA technology has improved to the extent that it now serves as a prime candidate for enthusiast gamers. Last year's Agon AG352UCG did a decent job of presenting ultra-wide gaming in a curved 35in form factor, and the manufacturer is hoping to go one better with a 2018 upgrade dubbed the Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 13:22:07 UTC in AOC by Wesslan

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