Nokia 9 Pureview Camera ongoing review

This is a start of our review of the Nokia 9 Pureview smartphone. In the coming days, this post will be updated with our findings. The review will be focused on the camera results, because the camera would be the only reason to buy this phone instead of other similar priced devices. The Nokia 9... Continue Reading →

Crosscall Trekker X4 Review

The reviews of this smartphone are few in numbers. There is not much you can find about it, apart from some demo videos and these are not really encouraging. If you need a really tough smartphone, chances are you will be looking at the Crosscall brand. The options for tough smartphones are limited. Most of... Continue Reading →

Casio Rangeman GPR-B1000 review

A lot has been shown about this watch on the internet: all of the specs and features are usually explained well, but few reviewers have actually tried to use the watch in real outdoor situations where a watch like this can save your life. We did, and found some strengths and weaknesses. First off all... Continue Reading →

Asus ROG Phone Business usage review

Why would you use a "Gaming-smartphone" for business use? Because it is one of the fastest phones available, has a great display, great camera, great battery life, lot's of storage, headphone jack, actually: make that 2 headphone jacks, and even 2 USB ports for charging. On top of that very good sound quality, which really... Continue Reading →

Huawei Mate 20 Pro Review

For most part, our experience setting up this phone, compares with what we wrote in our Huawei P20 Pro review. Not so good, that means. We managed to get it all working, but this was not the smooth experience we have on most other smartphones. We transferred our apps and settings from the P20 Pro... Continue Reading →

Montblanc Summit 2 review

The new Snapdragon chipset promises better battery life, but we experienced exactly the opposite. More about that later. We would first of all like to thank Montblanc for taking the risk to bring a smartwatch on the market. There is a need for luxury smartwatches because some people don't want to wear a gadget-looking watch... Continue Reading →

Garmin Fenix 5S Plus

With the Plus series, Garmin provided more or less the same functionality across all Fenix 5 devices. Only the 5x has the oxygen saturation sensor, that few people really need. So now for most people the choice can be based on looks and size. And that is exactly the reason we have chosen the Fenix... Continue Reading →

Fitbit Ionic

We must be one of the few people on earth who really like the design of this watch. The almost square display is a joy to look at, and we think it just looks fancy on the wrist. We also love the default watch face. The Ionic is not a true smartwatch like a Samsung... Continue Reading →

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