Galaxy S20 Ultra Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
Unlike competitors, the Galaxy S20 Ultra integrates the 108 Megapixel resolution (12000×9000) as one of the resolutions in the “auto mode”, so users can set it as the default maximum resolution. It’s really interesting because it’s the first time we’re going to use the full resolution of the sensor in our tests.
ZTE Axon 10 Pro ReviewEditor's Pick
The Axon 10 Pro was unveiled on 2019-02-01 and was initially geared towards the high-end market. At the publishing time of this review, the Axon 10 Pro was priced at $545 USD, and that makes it a “Premium” phone that doesn’t compete directly with “High-end” ones priced much higher.
Samsung Galaxy Fold Review: 28 Days LaterEditor's Pick
The Galaxy Fold is now available in the U.S, shortly after selling out in Korea during its initial debut.It brings a new smartphone experience centered on what Samsung calls “a new dawn in display technology.” The company pitches the Fold as being “phone and tablet” in one device.
The Galaxy Note 10+ (and 10+ 5G) represents the technological peak of Samsung’s smartphone offering for 2019. We have tested the unique features that make the Note 10 series a “must-see” waypoint on your smartphone quest.
OnePlus 7 Pro ReviewEditor's Pick
OnePlus has a reputation for being a “Flagship Killer” by releasing very powerful phones are incredibly affordable prices. The OnePlus 7 Pro is perhaps the most expensive phone they’ve launched yet but can OnePlus justify it, or has it become like every other OEMs? Let’s take a look.
Huawei P30 Pro ReviewEditor's Pick
We spent the better part of a month with the Huawei P30 Pro, and it’s time to share our findings on Huawei’s current top handset. You might have spotted our dedicated P30 Pro Camera Review, which we recommend reading, but we’ll summarize things for you if you don’t.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e (“e” as in “Essentials”) is the common denominator of the Galaxy S10 line of products and represents the “base feature set” of the Galaxy S10 family. In our opinion, It exists for two purposes: having a compact high-end phone and an affordable 2019 Galaxy S.
LG G8 ThinQ ReviewEditor's Pick
Like clockwork, LG is releasing its 2018 flagship high-volume smartphone: the LG G8 ThinQ. Designed to address high-end usage, but at competitive prices, the LG G-Series has found itself somewhere between the premium market (sub-$600) and the upper high-end market (~800+). Let’s look at what the LG G8 is, and how it performs.
Samsung Galaxy S10 ReviewEditor's Pick
The Galaxy S10 is a near-perfect smartphone. It is a very balanced handset that performs extremely well at everything. For everything that matters, (camera, display, processor, design) – The S10 either leads or finds itself in the leading group.
The Uber-G Camera BenchmarkEditor's Pick
A modern Camera Benchmark for real-world situations, with clear and understandable sub-scores so users can evaluate how a camera can serve their personal usage model.
An overview of what the Uber-G Camera HW Score (Hardware) is and how it can be used as a proxy for mobile camera performance.
Honor View 20 ReviewEditor's Pick
The Honor View 20 brings incredible value and performance for photo lovers and gamers but watch out for the price in your market
Huawei Mate 20 Pro ReviewEditor's Pick
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is a fantastic phone that pushes the limit where it matters: amazing battery, advanced camera, performance, and display. The overall package is nothing short of an exceptional handset.
ZTE Blade Max View Review: Hands-onEditor's Pick
ZTE is coming back to life in the U.S. at full speed, after paying a $1 billion fee to the US government. The ZTE Axon 9 Pro, their first phone launched after the ban lift last August, is a very good flagship handset and we awarded it an Ubergizmo’s , you can check the review here.The Blade series is ZTE’s mid-range lineup (as defined by ZTE), and last Wednesday (10/31/2018), […]