OnePlus 8 Review

OnePlus 8 Review

OnePlus 8 Review There’s no doubt that the OnePlus 8 is a fast smartphone with smooth refresh rate. Despite the good performance, the phone is more affordable than the regular version of Samsung Galaxy S20. Here are more details about the phone:   Design and display The OnePlus 8 is arched around the sides that mirrors the look on the front. It should feel nice in your hand and the matte glass on its back…

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Apple iPad Pro 11 (2020) Features at a Glance

Apple iPad Pro 11 (2020) Features at a Glance

The iPad Pro series is often considered as a near laptop-tablet hybrid because these tablets strike a proper balance between good performance and portability. The iPadOS ver. 13.4 supports the use of mouse and this makes the iPad Pro feels like a lightweight laptop. The new Apple iPad Pro 2020 is designed as a smooth and powerful device with a 120Hz display. Design and display Apple isn’t in a hurry to revamp the iPad design…

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Huawei P40 Pro, Features at a Glance

Huawei P40 Pro, Features at a Glance

Huawei is one of the most innovative smartphone makers in the industry and with the P40 series, the company is offering worthwhile features, like the longest optical zoom, wireless charging that performs like wired and biggest camera sensor for a smartphone. Best of all, they all work as advertised. Design and display The Huawei P40 Pro is one of the models in the series with a quad-curve waterfall display and a 6.6-inch (2640 x 1200)…

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Samsung Galaxy A71 Review

Samsung Galaxy A71 Review

The Samsung Galaxy A71 is a new upper mid-range model and it’s just behind the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite in terms of capability and pricing. For the features and performance it is offering, the Galaxy A17 is quite competitive at around $550. On the front, you can get a huge 6.7-inch display with minimal bezels. With its Infinity-O design, there’s a punch hole at the top of the display for the…

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Samsung Galaxy A51 Review

Samsung Galaxy A51 Review

Samsung Galaxy A51 is an affordable mid-range smartphone, priced at around $350 and it could be among Samsung’s most popular devices in 2020 for this market segment. Design Made mostly from plastic, the Galaxy A51 is unbreakable, although it may scratch quite easily. On the right side, there are volume and power buttons, while the USB-C port on the bottom is for headphone jack and charging. One noteworthy feature is a camera bump on the…

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Ragnarok Tactics SEA is Released

Ragnarok Tactics SEA is Released

Ragnarok Tactics SEA is the latest game of the Ragnarok Online series. The new game is a mixture of tactical and idle gameplay with more than sixty familiar monsters from the Ragnarok universe. As a game with idle leveling system, users don’t need to log in to achieve certain things. It also has a treasure-hunting system to increase the strength and potentials of the player’s monsters. As summoners, players can battle one another in real-time….

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New Motorola Razr Review

New Motorola Razr Review

The long-time Motorola Razr series is returning to the market and its latest model could be the most unique foldable design available today. Design One interesting design factor of the new Motorola Razr is that its display folds without itself. This eliminates the unsightly crease found on the Galaxy Fold. Thanks to the ingenious mechanism, everything is properly tucked in. The hinge feels reliable and robust with reassuring snap when closed. Although the Razr isn’t…

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OnePlus 7T Review

OnePlus 7T Review

The OnePlus 7T is the newest device from OnePlus. Priced at only $600, this smartphone model confidently outperforms more expensive Android device competitors. It sports a 6.55-inch AMOLED Full HD display with 90Hz refresh rate, while many flagship Android devices still use 60Hz display. It means, the display of OnePlus 7T refreshes 90 times each second, ensuring smooth visuals when showing fast paced videos and 3D rendering. The display also has embedded fingerprint scanner for…

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Samsung Galaxy A80 Review

Samsung Galaxy A80 Review

Galaxy A80 is an alternative device that gaps the flagships and mid-rangers offered by Samsung. It offers glass body, in-display fingerprint sensor, big battery and generous amounts of RAM/internal storage. It stands out among other Samsung devices with its unique rotating camera. The glass body accommodates the 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD+ (1080 x 2400 pixels) resolution. It’s a gorgeous display and quite bright at 600 nits, making it reasonably visible under direct…

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Mashapp The Innovative and Creative Way to Socialize

Mashapp The Innovative and Creative Way to Socialize

Social media communications are generally done by typing out a long message. However, Mashapp wants to put a twist on things and allow people to socialize through interactive videos. You record your own video and share it with groups that you have created. The app wants to step away from the traditional cumbersome way of social media. I have to say with simplicity and no distractions, Mashapp has achieved just that. The mere fact that…

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ Review

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Review

With Apple pushing its ultra-premium iPhone models to the market and Huawei increasing its market share, Samsung needs to innovate continuously. The Galaxy S10+ puts the flagship Galaxy S series to a new height with new features and design. The Samsung Galaxy S10+ has good performance, long battery life, amazing screen and beautiful design finish. Its cameras are fun to use and the fingerprint sensor is reliable with ultrasonic technology. Charging the S10+ is easy…

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Orbit Path, Simply to Play, Difficult to Master

Orbit Path, Simply to Play, Difficult to Master

A way to find your path in life? We found this game rather simple to play but a real challenge when trying to master it. The game is set against a rather dreamy, surreal and minimalistic interstellar universe. Then it produces some relaxing ambient lounge music to soothe your soul into a very calm and tranquil mood. The concept of Orbit Path is easy to follow. We found that using just the one finger was…

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Camera Plus: Capture remotely with AirSnap – Review

Camera Plus: Capture remotely with AirSnap – Review

Camera Plus is a method in which you can capture photos remotely. The app has recently surpassed its fifth birthday and is offering the photo and video application for half price for a limited period. It has been designed with the latest platform of iOS 8.0 in mind and is hailed as one of the best new apps to come on the market. It will provide you with a number of tools to help you…

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Wink Bingo – Excellence in Mobile Bingo

Wink Bingo – Excellence in Mobile Bingo

During the latter half of the 1990s, online bingo was introduced and ever since its popularity has soared. Wink Bingo is one of the most well-known and respected UK online bingo rooms that now offers an upgraded mobile bingo app for iPhone, iPad and other iOS mobile devices. UK players can now enjoy their favourite bingo games directly from their iOS devices anywhere there’s an Internet signal. The Wink Bingo app was updated on September…

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Impact Folio Case For iPad – Review

Impact Folio Case For iPad – Review

If you have an iPad Mini you’ll want to be safe in the knowledge your device is well protected; the Impact Folio Case for the iPad Mini is made from materials that have been tried and tested in the laboratory and have ticked all the right boxes. Furthermore, the case has an exceptional design and is perfect for anyone that happens to fly around the world on business, frequently jet off on holiday, or always…

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MEKS, A Simple Social Networking App That Does it All – Review

MEKS, A Simple Social Networking App That Does it All – Review

  I decided to give MEKS a try as it claimed to be an alternative social networking site that encompasses everything. You will be amazed, as I was, at the number of different things you can do on MEKS and I have to say, I did not think a single social networking site could manage to cover the entire spectrum of things to do online.   MEKS is a brand new and different approach to…

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Mutants: Genetic Gladiators – Review

Mutants: Genetic Gladiators – Review

When it comes to science-fiction based gaming, this one comes close to nailing it perfectly. You get to play as the ultimate “Psy” captain, where your unique skills have to be used to lead and direct a band of genetic gladiators. Sounds like fun to you? You bet it is, the task for you is clear as you’ll have to train, cross-breed and unlock new ways to attack while you discover a new species of…

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Dungeons, Monsters, Heroes, Treasure and loads of Fun – Rush & Fantasy Review

Dungeons, Monsters, Heroes, Treasure and loads of Fun – Rush & Fantasy Review

Rush&Fantasy involves monsters, heroes, fun, treasure and dungeons and is the ultimate in gameplay excitement and what’s more, it’s all for free. Ubinuri Games has combined the thrills and spills of all the best run games and collated them together as one heart racing and addictive gaming experience you’ll ever have on your phone. At first, I found myself getting immersed into the confusing world of my on-screen hero and his adventures. But at all…

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