It's not really a flagship. It's not really a mid-ranger. The Google Pixel 6a is something else which I feel you should really consider
It's interesting to see Apple and Google finally go head to head in an almost fair fight, and yet realize that each company values different things.
Yes, today was WWDC 2022, and as expected by all the rumors we’ve been covering for weeks, it was pretty packed. Some expected the event to stick to its predominant software updates, but we inclined with others who knew there had to be some hardware…
If I had to recommend an iPhone to you, I'd say the 13 is almost as good for a lot less money.
Even if both devices are easy to recommend, I have to pick a winner and if it were my money, I'd rather pay a little extra for a phone that can do more of the stuff I care about.
Sadly, if I'm to pay 2022 flagship money, I don't want a phone with anything that's dated, and especially something every flagship and their mother have been doing for at least four years.
I think it's interesting to see this as both an evolution, and a return to its roots for OnePlus.
If I'm gonna pay SUV money, I want all-wheel drive, and not just a large vehicle that does nothing better than a sedan, which I think is the best analogy I can give you to sum up this comparison.
I think it's finally a time when Android tablets can compete with an iPad Pro, with this being the most extravagant.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is made for anyone willing to spend lots of money to have the best experience on a conventional flagship smartphone
I do hope these Pixels succeed, because even if they still feel like an experiment, they're definitely good buy.
Yes the AirPods 3 are a good pair of earbuds, and if this sort of fit plus the perks speak to you, then of course I have no problem in recommending them.
I have so many things to say about this new 14-inch MacBook Pro, and these are mostly good.
After years of carrying a Galaxy Note for those tasks, I have to say I think this is what the Galaxy Note should be from now on.
I’m not saying it’s the perfect phone, but after a month of use, I seriously think you should give the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 a try.
Obviously we have to pick one for the best iPhone 13, but that's harder than it sounds. Check out our in-depth comparison of iPhone 13 models.
With the iPhone 13 line-up out, it's time to revisit the iPhone 12 Pro Max in our After the Buzz and see how it aged over time.
This is not a debate of what's real and what's not. It's a debate over what's right, and what's wrong. It's also my opinion.
In a vacuum, where all you have are Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 or Apple AirPods, this would be my top pick right now. Check out our review.
I can't recommend you buy the 16-inch MacBook Pro in 2021. If it had massive discounts, then sure, but you should wait for the refresh.
In this video, we offer you a first look hands-on to the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Z Flip 3, and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 announced today.
The OnePlus 9 Pro is a nice phone, and one I have no problem recommending to a fan of the brand, but if you really want the best bang for your buck at this price range, the Galaxy S21+ is just a better phone.
Overall, this LG Gram is the only 17-inch computer I'd recommend you consider. This is our LG Gram 17 review both in video and text format.
If this were my money I'd pick the iPhone for the 1st time ever in a comparison against a OnePlus. This is iPhone 12 Pro Max vs OnePlus 9 Pro.
Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 is one of the best Windows laptops you can buy in the premium bracket, and this is our full review, both in video and text format, for your viewing pleasure.