Sometime in April when ASUS released one of the most sought out Zenfones in 2018, the Max pro M1 has paved the way for a ton of possibilities that literally changed the perception of what a gaming phone is. If you think about it, how can a device be considered a “gaming phone” if the battery can’t even last the long hours of gaming on the go? In this article, I’m gonna be talking about the top 5 things that I like about the ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1.
Right when smartphones started ditching the ever dependable headphone jack there had always been that choice, to use some kind of USB type of dongle or to go for wireless earphones or in other words connected via bluetooth. This is my review of the Encore Spunky Buds by Tronsmart.
Android smartphones has become a dime-a-dozen. It comes in different forms, sizes including price-tags that fit pretty much every budget for anyone who’s considering of getting one. It all boils down to what you plan on doing with it. Here’s another device from one of the most respected smartphone manufacturers of our time, my review of the Nokia 1.
With the recent turn of events whereas HMD Global has taken charge in producing a range of smartphones carrying the Nokia brand since 2017, we’ve been seeing a lot of movement which I think is a good run so far for the former tech giant. Today, I’ll be talking about Nokia 2.1, its key features, pros and cons and what could possibly be my first go-to reason for anyone to snag this budget centered smart phone in 2018.
During the second quarter of 2018, ASUS unveiled the much awaited ASUS ZenFone 5 (2018). It took over the market by storm simply because of what this device brought to the table and as well as the cost, giving consumers a very disruptive thought as it was very cheap. Although we’ve seen a few other brands dish out their own take on what is the “ideal” mid-range smartphone, how does the ZenFone 5 (2018) compare after how many months of use? Let’s check it out in this re-review.