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.
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.
The Pocophone F1 is without a doubt the best value on an Android smartphone with the latest Snapdragon 845 processor, retailing at just $300 USD. There are even reports that Xiaomi is selling this smartphone at a loss. In this review, I am going to cover the good and the bad about the Pocophone F1.What’s good with the Pocophone F1?
Which is the best Android smartphone of 2018? I give you 1 minute quick comparison reviews of Pixel 3 vs. Pixel 3 XL vs. Galaxy Note 9 vs. Xiaomi Mi8 vs. Pocophone vs. LG V40 vs. OnePlus 6, giving you quick insights into the good and bad of these Android smartphones.
Here’s Xiaomi Pocophone F1 Unboxing! Xiaomi has launched a $300 Android smartphone with latest Snapdragon 845 processor(just like found on latest Galaxy S9/Note 9/LG G7) witth 6.18-inch 1080P screen(2246×1080 resolution), 6 or 8GB of RAM, 64/128/256GB of storage, 12MP + 5MP back cameras, 20MP front camera(same as Mi8), 4000mAh battery, microSD card slot, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. For what Xiaomi is offering, this may be the deal of the century on a smartphone that has flagship-like specs at budget prices.
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.Design
Best drone you can buy that works flawless with your Android smartphone as liveview? Probably the Mavic 2 Pro. Here’s unboxing of Mavic 2 Pro & Fly More Kit plus setup guide for beginners my my first flight in 4K.