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Last week, I reviewed the new Google Pixel 3a, concluding that it was a huge deal in terms of getting guaranteed updates and Google’s vision for Android (plus that excellent camera) to the true mainstream, at a price half or a third that of other top smartphones, many of which will be left high and dry in terms of support after a year or so. So here we have the Pixel 3a XL, the sister device and – obviously – larger. So what’s different and is there any more significance to the XL?
The Pixel 3a is Google’s first attempt at a mid-range device. And so far, it looks like they’ve delivered a great device. It’s the only mid-range Android phone with a great camera. If you’re looking for a great Android phone under $500, Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are definitely worth considering. But the question remains. Which color Pixel 3a or Pixel 3a XL should you buy? Read our guide to find out.
It has to be said that the Google Pixel 3a (and 3a XL, not shown here) is something of a work of material science magic. So much of this handset screams ‘premium Pixel’, yet it’s plastic and yet it costs less than £400 in the UK, roughly 60% the cost of last Autumn’s Pixel 3. So what’s missing, does it matter, and how will the Pixel 3a fare in the mainstream ‘normob’ market? Read on for my verdict!
Huawei is in the news for either all the wrong reasons — stealing tech secrets of U.S. companies, helping create backdoors in its products to aid the Chinese government spying activities — or for its impressive smartphones. After the Mate 20 Pro from last year, Huawei is back with an equally impressive Huawei P30 Pro which takes on Samsung’s equally excellent Galaxy S10 series.
Huawei has managed to outdone Samsung in terms of the hardware and camera department with the P30 Pro but does that make it a better phone than the Galaxy S10. Find out in our review.
Huawei’s latest phones, the P30 Pro and the P30, are filled to the brim with impressive hardware and features. Huawei has been rapidly growing in the last few years and wit the P30 series, the company is bound to give Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 series a run for its money as well. If you have recently purchased the Huawei P30 or the P30 Pro, check out some of the best tips and tricks for it.
Less than six months after the launch of the Redmi Note 6 Pro, Xiaomi has launched the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro in India. The Redmi Note 7 is a massive overhaul of Xiaomi’s popular Redmi Note series. If you plan on purchasing the Redmi Note 7/Pro or have already purchased it, you have definitely made the right choice. Now, go through our list of the best tips and tricks for the Redmi Note 7/Pro to get the most out of them.
Android Q is here. Well, at least the first developer beta of Android Q is here. This gives us a sneak peek into the next major version of Android a couple of months early. Android Q Beta 1 can be installed on all Pixel devices – from Pixel 1 to Pixel 3 XL. While most of the awesome features are either half baked or hidden, it gives us an idea as to what Android Q will look like. Here are the top Android Q features you should know about.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ represent the very best of what Samsung has to offer in a smartphone in 2019. With its Galaxy S10 series, Samsung has fixed almost every gripe of its previous flagship devices, including the software. And while the Galaxy S10 is a great phone, you can further enhance its usability by using some apps that complement its various features or just make the overall experience of using it better.
Like previous flagship Galaxy devices, the Galaxy S10 series carries an IP68 certification. This means that the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+ are all dust and water-resistant. But what exactly does the IP68 certification of these devices mean?