Apple’s new Smart Battery Case for the iPhone XS Max offers up to 70% more battery usage, and can be charged wirelessly, but is it for you? Here's a closer look.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 may be the first smartphone to sport a rear four-camera setup, but is having more cameras really the answer to better images? Here are five things you need to know about the A9.
Oppo’s latest flagship phone, the R17 Pro, has a lot going for it. It boasts a three-camera rear setup which promises improved night shots and 3D-shooting capabilities. And it fully charges in about 30min, thanks to SuperVOOC Flash Charge. But is this the smartphone for you? Let’s find out.
On paper, the Asus ROG Phone has lots to offer, from its overclocked processor and Air Trigger touch sensor controllers to a multitude of accessories for even the most hardcore mobile gamers. But does it have what it takes to go toe-to-toe with the Razer Phone 2? Here's our review of Asus' gaming smartphone.
When the first Razer Phone was unveiled last year, gamers were blown away by the super smooth screen and powerful speakers but were left disappointed by the mediocre camera and lack of flagship features. Will the Razer Phone 2 hit the right spot with gamers this time around? Watch our review to find out.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the company's most feature-packed smartphone to date, offering a plethora of features from an ultra-wide angle camera and reverse wireless charging to the latest Kirin 980 processor. But before you head down to the store to get one, here's what you need to know.
The new iPhone XS and XS Max come with a larger 6.5-inch screen option, 512GB storage, dual SIM capabilities, on top of several feature improvements over last year's iPhone X. But with a starting price of S$1,649, are they worth considering? Here's our verdict. (Movie credit: TriStar Pictures)