Unless you stuck an add-on lens to the front of your smartphone camera, the only form of zoom you will get is a digital zoom, with compromised quality and pixelated output. ASUS ZenFone Zoom changes that.
If photography is your thing of you are thinking of going into ‘Smartphone’ photography big time, then take a look at Huawei’s new flagship smartphones the P9 and P9 Plus.
The new generation Note 3 is not only cheap but has great ambition to rival even the incumbent Samsung Galaxy Note 4, not that it comes with a stylus but shares many high end features with the big gun.
Camera phones are making a come back. The first camera phone appeared circa 2000 in Japan. Since then smartphones have taken over and are now looking to integrate more DSLR features. While they may not completely replace a DSLR, they are portable multifunction devices.
Back when there was just one Zenfone 2 (based on Intel Atom mobile CPU) albeit with different display sizes, there are now up to 6 different Zenfone 2s with the addition of Zenfone 2 Laser and Zenfone 2 Deluxe.
If you are after a mid-level smartphone, check out the next 5 smartphones in our list. Not too big, not too small, just the right size at the right price.
If you think 4.5-inch is too small and 5.5-inch or bigger is pushing it a little too far, then these 5-inch budget smartphones are just what you need.
The invasion embracing of technology in education has created demands of classroom learning environments and of educators in ways that are both challenging and unique from the use of technology in teaching and learning to the needs and requirements of handling and supporting technological equipment.
This may be superficial but Apple has stopped the production of iPhone 6 GOLD. To kick things off in this ‘versus’ article, lets start with the colour. Apple has taken off GOLD as a colour of choice when it comes to iPhone 6 and given the new iPhone 6s not three but four colours, the […]
Samsung and Apple may have tablets with mobile broadband connectivity but these do not offer phone functionality and therefore cannot be used as a primary device for making calls and browsing the web. If constant connectivity is what you are after from a tablet and only take or make the odd phone calls then one of […]
We have come to expect more and more from our smartphone; bigger screen, higher resolution, better camera, more memory and storage, slimline body with ultra narrow bezel, rock solid built quality and reliability. Now you can have all that without the premium price tag.
Screens that flow to the edge with near zero bezel, curved sides or screens that bends, smartphone companies are pushing the limits of what a big screen phone or phablet can be. As demands continue, there is no short of phablets out there. Here are the best Phablets as we head into 2016.
When it comes it flagship smartphones, every manufacturer have their own treatment and take on what a super phone should be. For new comers, Vivo and Oppo they are not only pushing the limits of technology but doing so with value and customers’ pockets in mind.
We love phablets for its’ potential to replace both your smartphone and tablet. While most phablets are premium devices and come with high price tags, there is a new breed of phablets that will meet the needs of the masses striking a balance between performance and cost.
High specification and cheap don’t always go hand-in-hand but a new breed of smartphones are going to bend that logic. Already making headlines on the web, these smartphone from Chinese multinational companies and start-ups are making high-end smartphones that rival offerings from well established tech companies such as Samsung and Apple.
During my good old days of assembling custom-built PCs, Asus was always a good choice for motherboards and later for display adapters. Asus was a big name in performance kits and upgrades. Not long after, they went into laptops (especially desktop replacements and gaming rigs) and then netbooks in a big way.