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oneplus 6 review

OnePlus 6 Review

I'm just going to come right out and say it - the OnePlus 6 is an easy recommendation. Now, that doesn't mean it isn't without some flaws, so even though I just spoiled the review for you, you should stick around to see if some of those flaws might be...
G7 ThinQ by LG

LG G7 ThinQ Review

The early story of the LG G7 ThinQ is an odd one. Before I dive head first, though, let me start off by telling you that from this point moving forward in the review, I will refer to this phone only as the LG G7. I refuse to write out ThinQ over and over,...
Galaxy S9 Plus Review

Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ Review

Samsung's back, offering the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in 2018. As usual, these will likely be the most popular Android devices sold among average Android consumers and that's pretty high praise in an ecosystem with quite the assortment of devices from numerous...
Mate 10 Pro from Huawei

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review

Unveiled in October of last year, the Mate 10 Pro from Huawei has finally made its way to the US, but not without a bit of commotion. Reported to launch with carrier partners such as AT&T, all of those plans fell through, striking a major blow to Huawei's...
oneplus 5t review

OnePlus 5T Review

Our OnePlus 5T review is here! Sorry it took so long, but you know, it's cold in the northwest. We have beer to drink. For this latest and greatest from OnePlus, we tried to look for the differences in the OnePlus 5T vs. the regular OnePlus 5 (review) to see...

Razer Phone Review

When Razer acquired Nextbit, makers of the cloud-centric Robin device, it seemed inevitable that we would see the gaming-focused company launch a smartphone. We weren't quite sure what to expect in terms of the overall package, but when the phone was unveiled...
lg v30 review

LG V30 Review

Since the V10, we have referred to LG's V series as the "stuff and things" lineup. The reason for this is LG's inclusion of pretty much everything you can pack into a smartphone. There were secondary displays, dual selfie cameras, high-end DACs to please the...