Sony Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra

Sony Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra Review!

  Hey guys, reviewing 2 different devices at one time took a little longer than expected. But now it’s done, I have a pretty good feel of how the Sony Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra are like. Design wise, it looks a lot better than the predecessor, the XA1. The lines are more angular and…

Samsung A8+ 2018

Samsung A8+ 2018 Review!

  When the Samsung A8 2018 was released, I knew I had to get it. The A5 2017 and A7 2017 that I reviewed last year was really good, so naturally I have the same expectations with the A8 2018. There are 2 variants, A8 and A8+. The difference is mainly display size and battery…

iWOWnFit i6 Pro

iWOWnFit i6 Pro Review! FitBit Like?

  Hey guys So this company called iWOWnFit reached out to me to do a review on a smartband. They are based China and specializes in smart wearables and health tracking which is kind of a thing right now with all the different smartbands on the market. I’m reviewing the i6 Pro which is one…

Xiaomi MIUI 9

Xiaomi MIUI 9 Features!

  Hey guys, so the MIUI 9 has been out for a little while now and I was thinking why not do a little video on it. Just keep in mind there might be some slight differences between phone models that could be due to hardware. Let’s go right ahead and dive into MIUI 9…

Google Pixel 2 XL

Google Pixel 2 XL Review!

The last Google device I ever used was the Nexus 6 and it was great. It was my first pure Android experience and I must say it really caters to a select group of people who likes a clean and bare boned OS. I really enjoyed how the Pixel showcased the naked Android and the…

Redmi Note 5A

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A Review

  I have been playing around with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A for around 2 weeks now and I’m not really impressed with it. There are 2 models of the Note 5A, the normal one and the Pro model. The main differences between the 2 are the addition of the fingerprint sensor, bigger storage /…

Xiaomi Mi Note 3

Xiaomi Mi Note 3 Review!

  The Xiaomi Mi Note 3 looks like the twin of the Mi 6, bigger in display size, but still quite pricey at SGD500. It seems like the Mi Note series is meant to fill the gap between the Redmi Note series and the Mi flagships. Xiaomi to me is blurring the lines more and…