Probably the best thing that happened at CES 2017 this year wasn’t actually any gadgets, but actually eating great food with friends and also checking out camera equipment. I will have another video covering my favorite things at the show but in this video, we will go over some of the food and reviews.
Here’s unboxing of LePro 3 I got on Black Friday for $250! Not bad of a deal considering it comes with latest Snapdragon 821 processor, 64GB of storage, 4070mAh battery, USB Type C earbuds, and all-metal unibody design. Camera isn’t the best I’ve tried and I would avoid this if you absolutely needed great camera but otherwise it is a terrific phone with great performance, long battery life, and stereo Dolby speakers.
OnePlus sent me their latest OnePlus 3T for review and while I skipped the regular OnePlus 3(mainly because there are way too many Android phones to cover these days), it was great to actually try their latest and best Android smartphone in person.
I did get to try out the regular OnePlus 3 before and the OnePlus 3T hasn’t really changed much other than better specs like 16MP front camera(instead of 8MP) along with bigger 3400mAh battery(instead of 3000mAh) and latest Snapdragon 821 processor. If you already own OnePlus 3, OnePlus 3T isn’t much of an upgrade but if you are thinking about getting a dual-sim smartphone that costs less than $500, you may want to give this a try.
As a user of Amazon’s Echo for almost 2 years now, I was really interested when Google announced the Google Home a month back, particularly being able to take advantage of Google’s informational processing skills such as translating another language, which Amazon miserably fails at.
Okay, let’s go ahead and unbox this bad boy. Inside the box, you will find the Google Pixel XL, wow. This looks like a solid phone. There is a pouch with a bunch of manuals and SIM ejection tool. Pixel uses USB Type C so it comes with a USB Type C cable for connecting to your computer or charging. There’s also a USB Type C OTG adapter so you can transfer data from other smartphones or use a USB flash drive with it.
To test out the LG V20’s DAC feature, I decided to get one of the best headphones you can buy on earth right now, the Sennheiser HD800S. I figured if LG V20 can power Sennheiser HD800S, it will probably work well with any other headphones.
The results? Simply amazing, Sennheiser HD800S is probably the best headphones I’ve ever owned (I’ve also tried the $50,000 Sennheiser Orpheus headphones at CES 2016) and highly recommend it to anyone who wants a great pair of headphones.
I got to play with the LG V20 for a full day and I have no doubt in my mind this maybe one of the best “phablets” of the year, especially if you are looking for a big smartphone that can do it all.
No, it’s not waterproof but it doesn’t blow up.
In my in-depth unboxing, I go through many of my favorite features about the LG V20 after using it for about a day. To sum it up, I really dig the wide-angle camera setup for both front and back camera. The LG V20 has two cameras on the back and one camera on the front that can also do wide-angle. Not everyone needs this feature but for those of you who take a lot of selfies or like to take photos in small spaces, the wide-angle is a killer feature.