Category: Android Smartphone Reviews

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Galaxy Note 10 Plus Review After 2 1/2 Months!

Here’s my full review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus after using it for last 2 and half months. I got my phone on September 1st 2019 and I am still using it as a daily driver after 2 1/2 months although I have gotten new phones like the Pixel 4 and LG G8X. I think I love this phone too much to switch to another phone although I will keep trying. This is definitely the best big smartphone of the year 2019, one smartphone that does EVERYTHING, nothing else comes close.

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Pixel 4 Astrophotography Mode Review! – [Part 1]

The other night, I got to try the Pixel 4 Astro Photography mode for the first time.  As a person who has been taking photos of stars already using manual mode on LG smartphones, the new Astro Photography mode on Pixel 4 proved to be a great way for regular Joes to be able to take photos of stars without fiddling with camera settings.  While it takes me at least 10-20 minutes to setup the manual mode on smartphone cameras to do astrophotography, Pixel 4 allows any user to take photos of stars easily simply by pressing the shutter button.

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LG V40 Review – Hidden Advanced Features!

If there’s one reason to buy the LG V40, LG’s latest flagship, it’s ALL about its 5 cameras, the most cameras on a smartphone to date until Samsung copies and launches the Galaxy S10 next year.  With 3 dedicated rear cameras and 2 front cameras, the LG V40 can give you more camera angles from a single smartphone than any other smartphone on the market.  In this review, I really wanted to focus on its 5 cameras, since the LG V40 is really about the cameras along with its hidden advanced features you probably will never use.

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Pixel 3 Review – Why You Should Buy Pixel 3?

The Pixel 3 smartphone is Google’s latest flagship that comes with latest Snapdragon 845 processor, a 5.5-inch POLED display with resolution of 1080×2160 or 1080P with 18:9 aspect ratio with 443 PPI pixel density, 4 gigs of RAM, storage space of 64 or 128GB, 2915mAh battery, IP68 water-resistant rating, and fast wireless charging. Camera is improved over last year by an added wide-angle front camera that allows you to take super wide-angle selfies along with wider videos. Main camera is a 12MP shooter with 1.4 micron sensor, OIS(Optical Image Stabilization), and dual pixel auto focus.

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Xiaomi Mi8 Review! – Best Budget Smartphone I Ever Bought, WOW!

Here’s my full review of the Xiaomi Mi8. In my opinion, this is the best budget smartphone I have ever bought and perhaps the best smartphone under $450. It’s got the latest Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB of RAM(or 8GB if you go for the 128GB model), 6.21-inch Super AMOLED screen(that’s bright as any Samsung/LG), fast performance, dual-SIM, and have killer camera(keeps up to Pixel 2 in both daylight/low-light).  If you want to save a few bucks this year on a smartphone that pretty much does everything a flagship does, this is it!  Of course, Pocophone could be even better, I should have full unboxing/review of that also.

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OnePlus 6 Review After 2 Months! – Finally a Flagship Killer!

I’ve used almost every OnePlus smartphone ever since the original OnePlus One came out a few years back and have to conclude that the OnePlus 6 is the most impressive so far.  In fact, these days I use the OnePlus 6 more than any of my other smartphones.  In this review, we are going to cover what’s good and bad with the OnePlus 6 and also why it can finally be a “flagship killer”.

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Nuu G3 Review – $200 Budget Android Smartphone!

The Nuu G3 comes with a 5.7-inch 18:9 aspect ratio screen with resolution of 1440×720, the screen is bright and you will not have problems with it using in the sun. On the back you will find a dual camera setup with a 13MP main camera and 5MP secondary camera, used primarily for portrait mode. As for the processor, the G3 is equipped with MediaTek 2.3Ghz Octa-core processor along with 4gigs of RAM and 64 gigs of storage. Also you will find dual SIM slots, which you can use for dual SIMs or one single SIM and microSD card.

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