Huawei P10 Review

Huawei and the Mobile World Congress, a combination ever so strong. The presentation opens with a colossal 2017, the succulent dish is the new generation of p. Huawei P10 and P10 Plus are reality, ready to sell millions and millions of units worldwide. A future judgment, Huawei will manage to achieve great goals. Huawei P10 is a solid confirmation. A small step forward from a technical, one giant leap for the perception of the brand. At the Mobile World Congress 2017, Huawei P10 was Prime protagonist.

Unboxing Huawei secured for film, Oscar. The two sections are opened slowly, showing little by little the P10, ready to be used. Aside from the boring manuals, Huawei pushes a quick charger, usb cable type c, standard headphones and a welcome rigid cover. OK unboxing spectacular. Via the boxes, now is the time to Huawei P10. Huawei playing at home, the processor is the Kirin 960 supported by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory expandable well. Leica and its lenses are always present with one bedroom 12 Megapixels RGB + 20 Megapixels B&W.

That building! The manufacturer has impeccably assembled this P10. Will take only handle in your hand like a Huawei P10 SOAP, just to observe it. The design is very simple, all lines are rounded, soft and pleasant to the outlet. Rest assured, will not slip.

The brushed aluminum body is solid, durable and stylish. Details make the difference. The power button from the rough texture is enhanced by a red outline damn sexy. The front is covered with a glass 2.5 D Gorilla Glass 5, maybe holds too fingerprints. Nice design and useful the senses deceive, that the front is not the classic physical key with fingerprint sensor. Huawei P10 does not interrupt the sweet texture of glass, simply drown the silhouette of a home button and makes it able to recognize fingerprints. Huawei tradition, biometric recognition is a breeze. Not only that, through that “fake home button” you can check out the interface through gestures.

Huawei didn’t revolutionize the form factor of its device, P10 improves in small useful aspects to the newspaper. No boss for the dual camera, the audio jack on the bottom, the power button by click Rocky and the fingerprint sensor on the front, all embellished with a soft and ergonomic design.

No diagonal extreme and insane resolutions, Huawei does conservative choices for P10, for everything else there is version P10 Plus. 5.1 “are the perfect compromise for convenient portability and sufficient work surface. The IPS protected by Gorilla Glass very intense and brilliant colors 5, maintaining always a nice naturalness. The maximum brightness is more than enough for a view under direct sunlight, very clean white interface helps considerably. Note for very deep dark shades can make you enjoy watching any type of content. If the display is good, the little speaker on the back. Let me be clear, nothing dramatic. The audio quality is the norm, there is no predisposition, a balanced audio stream. The volume is also overblown, but sound at its best is canned. Fortunately, Huawei has not deleted the jack.

The premise is mandatory, the software of this Huawei P10 is not definitive. There is still time to market and Huawei is working on software, they’re here for updates. In any case, Android 7.0 Nougat, EMUI 5.1 and Machine Learning. Huawei has stated that the new EMUI 5.1 will be able to automatically learn the P10 usage habits to make it future-proof, this device will be performing as the first day even after many years. The new EMUI has no more secrets, this version 5.1 repositions some menu and change some finesse. Always present some key feature of Huawei, Intelligent Assistance section is always well stocked with knuckle shots, quick controls and hand gestures with the fingerprint sensor. Android is a Nougat 5.1 7.0 but the emui lightning! plus P10 superbly managing notifications and the ability to use multitasking quickly and also in double window. The software will also not definitive but that Huawei P10 is a sliver. The fluidity of the system is at the highest level, everything works flawlessly. Each application opens in a meteoric, 4 GB of RAM is great and even extreme gaming sessions that P10 did not lose a frame. The merit is homemade processor 960 Kirin, a real monster.

Huawei is serious regarding network management this P10. Apart from the distinction of being the world’s first smartphone 4.5 G, Huawei P10 has a tremendous reception thanks to a powerful four antennas cleverly hidden. The quality in capsule is clean and pleasant. Simply put, if you want a smartphone that does its duty by phone, this is it.

Leica deals with the photographic section of Huawei P10. Ben 20 Megapixels B&W + 12 Megapixels RGB, f 2.2, OIS, LaserAF, Dual Led Flash Tone. OK, what is the dual of Huawei P10?

Catch more details, information and light
Black and white shots natives
Post-focus shot with bokeh effect

We start from the point number 3, the famous bokeh effect. The mode must be selected before a shot but you can see what will be blurred by using live view. Simply set the desired aperture and capture the image. Once in the tunnel you can change the focus and readjust the aperture. the result? Very good especially in Portrait mode, the dual of Huawei P10 captures well the depth information is accurate at critical points. Fun and function in perfect condition even surprising.

Point number 2, black and white shots. Not much to say, in 20 Megapixel sensor has been removed the Bayer filter (a few words, what catches the color information), this camera can only shoot in black and white. Some will ask the meaning of this move, you can’t just apply a filter in post-production? Yes, true but the yield is not the same as a shot. Huawei P10 will be the perfect device for those who love this branch of photography.

Leica has done some important work

The most important aspect of this dual camera P10, 1 point. The two cameras working at the same time, thanks to two sensors Huawei P10 manages to capture more light, more details and more information taken. By day the photographs are full of detail, always well balanced white and with a definite exposure level. The color reproduction is very loyal. Same feedback even for photographs in low light, obviously there is a capture of the lower notes and a tendency to reduce video noise going to knead it a bit. Videos are shot at full resolution 4 k, are valid but there is to sharpen the stabilization (the software is not final), very good over the audio recording audio captured. Leica also optimizes the 8 Megapixel front-facing room f 1.9, the results are evident. If you love selfie, Huawei p10 is a compelling choice.

Huawei has the merit of having entered into a body so thin a 3200 mAh battery. His behavior is concrete. Sure, you get the sense that could give more but even in this case, the software is not definitive. In any case, Huawei P10 manage to conclude a day of use without any major problems. Future software updates might make him a champion of autonomy. Huawei does not alter its strategy, refine your technique and aim high. Huawei P10 is not designed to scream to the miracle, the Colossus he created a smartphone on precise measurement of user. The design is pleasing beyond belief, when get P10 from table only to guardarloIl better experience Huawei with P10 means that the design is the right one, there is pleasure in touching detail Huawei. The software is simple, clean and safe, without losing its fun side with themes and many customizations. Leica continues his work of designing a small pocket-sized photography studio, from the photographic point of view P10 does not disappoint. Huawei pushes the best of its know-how regarding the networks, P10 is the best “simple” phone out there.

Huawei P10 price list price, rooms hot 679 Euros. Always less than the competitors, perhaps for a solid confirmation is a long time. Clear, Huawei shall delegate his task of absolute flagship in P10 Plus, a device much more focus on paper. The difference in price between P10 and P10 Plus clarify strategy of Huawei. Huawei P10 is seen as rational choice for those seeking safety in daily life, for who really uses a smartphone, for those who don’t do you sweeten by specific mind-boggling. For everything else, Huawei P10 Plus is around the corner.

Motorola Moto G5 Plus

Competition in the mobile sector is intense, but if there is a segment where he becomes still more complicated if there is no doubt in the middle range. Today the offer is enormous, but a few years ago there were many proposals to follow the philosophy of the “much too little”, if not that the choice is reduced to a few models, and among them, the Motorola Moto G were no doubt the Kings of this category.

Things have changed a lot in a few years and today the middle range has grown to almost complete saturation. But in Lenovo they not surrender and continue trying to sure its Moto G line is among the most interesting options of this segment. His latest proposal is duo Moto G5 and G5 Plus bike we just know at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Let’s take a look at all what they offer.

More manageable sizes and metal designs

Like its predecessors, the new G5 bike come in two variants, one normal with some simple features and a more complete Plus variant, but in this case other differences are added.

The screen size is the main difference with the naked eye and which also distance them from the previous Moto G4, whose screens were both 5.5 inch. Lenovo rectifies this time for two different, both diagonals that are more manageable.

The Moto G5 bet by a panel of 5 inches while his older brother up to 5.2 inches. That Yes, the two kept the FullHD resolution 1080 p, so its density is of 440 and 423 pixels respectively, which is not bad.

Regarding the design, Motorola says that you between plastic, metal or glass, 48% of users prefer the metal and both models feature grey or gold tone aluminium housings. However, only the G5 Plus bike advocates unibody design, Moto G5 maintains the possibility to remove the back cover to access the battery.

The visual language maintains consistency with earlier generations, although in this case have gotten rid of those square shoulder buttons as little flattering, opting instead for a more oval shape. Both are equipped with an integrated fingerprint reader.

But the detail that is striking is in the rear and camera. Lenovo has used the same style that we saw in the Moto Z and Moto Z Play, placing the camera in a fairly large black circle that excels in the G5 Plus motorcycle chassis, while the G5 bike is slightly below the housing.

Speaking of cameras, the Moto G5 has 13 megapixel of resolution and focus by phase detection. Moreover, the Moto G5 Plus benefits from a more advanced configuration. Its main sensor has 12 megapixels, but is larger and that, combined with its lens f/1.7, translates into better low-light according to the company.

The approach is another strong point of the Moto G5 Plus camera. The terminal has Dual Pixel technology to make the approach more quickly (up to 60% more than the G4 Plus according to Lenovo). For the front camera, the two have a 5 megapixel sensor.

Another key difference with respect to the previous Moto G4 resides in the processor, more specifically in the Moto G5. If Lenovo last year argued for the same chip (Snapdragon 617), this year the Moto G5 suffer cuts and complies with a Snapdragon 430, while his older brother rides Snapdragon 625.

In regards to the memory, the two have 2 GB of RAM, although the G5 Plus bike will also be a version of 3 GB of RAM. Contrary to what had been said, the internal capacity will be 16 GB on the basic model and 32 GB in the top.

For battery, motorcycle G5 integrates a unit of 2,800 mAh capacity with fast charging system and the G5 Plus rises to 3,000 mAh with function TurboPower, a system that, according to Lenovo, gets up to six hours of autonomy in just 15 minutes.

Of course, in the section of the software have 7.0 Android Nougat and an interface that is very close to Android stock, including support for Google Assistant, although currently the wizard is only available in English.

In addition, Lenovo is permitted to include some functions as the system of notifications Moto Display and Moto Actions, with advantages such as the scrolling between screens with gestures on the fingerprint reader.

Lenovo has confirmed that the G5 Moto and Moto G5 Plus will be launched in Latin America, Europe, North America and Asia from the month of March and until they have unveiled their prices.

Network Technology GSM / CDMA / HSPA / EVDO / LTE
Launch Announced 2017, February
Status Coming soon. Exp. release 2017, March
Body Dimensions 150.2 x 74 x 7.7 mm (5.91 x 2.91 x 0.30 in)
Weight 155 g (5.47 oz)
SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
Display Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 5.2 inches (~67.1% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels (~424 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch Yes
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 3
Platform OS Android OS, v7.0 (Nougat)
Chipset Qualcomm MSM8953 Snapdragon 625
CPU Octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53
GPU Adreno 506
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 256 GB
Internal 32/64 GB, 2/4 GB RAM; 32 GB, 3 GB RAM
Camera Primary 12 MP, f/1.7, autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash
Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, auto-HDR
Video 2160p@30fps (USA)/ 1080p@30fps (EMEA)
Secondary 5 MP, f/2.2
Sound Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
Comms WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth v4.2, A2DP, LE, EDR
NFC Yes (market dependent)
Radio FM radio
USB microUSB v2.0, USB Host
Features Sensors Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Browser HTML5
Java No
– Fast battery charging
– MP3/AAC+/WAV/Flac player
– MP4/H.264 player
– Photo/video editor
– Document viewer
Battery Non-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery
Misc Colors Lunar Grey, Fine Gold

The basic model, the G5 bike, will cost 199 euros in its version of 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage. Moreover, the Moto G5 Plus will rise to 279 euros in its version with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of memory. There will also be a simpler variant with 2 GB of RAM, but that will be sold only in the United States and will cost $229.

New Nokia 3310 Review

More than 120 million units later, the Nokia 3310 is making a comeback as a more current new terminal, with color screen and less than 50 euros. Nokia 3310 in 2017, so It seemed a dream or a joke but Nokia back to “real” mobile telephony has been big. On the one hand with the new Nokia with Android operating system, but especially with a resurrected Nokia 3310 that we love.

The new Nokia 3310 slightly renews its design becoming smoother in their forms but also recognizable. The colors that will be available are very striking. Despite the unofficial name of indestructible from his father, the new Nokia 3310 is not neither water nor dirt-resistant.

Specification level, the most relevant is the color of its QVGA display. Is 2.4 inches, you don’t touch but comes with polarization to facilitate visibility outdoors. It is a terminal 2 G and BT 3.0, we can get in dual SIM settings. Despite the fact that he is the son of the “indestructible”, here the water resistance there or anything like that

In addition to the physical keypad and call and control buttons, the Nokia 3310 includes headset port, radio FM and up to 32 GB microSD card slot. As operating system we find with Nokia Series 30 +, accompanied by a Snake to color in its internal memory of 16 MB! The camera, also present, is 2 MP with LED flash.

Yes, 16 years since its launch are many as to be relevant in today’s world, but with a price of 50 euros, either by nostalgia or practicality by providing up to a day in mode conversation or a month waiting (battery 1200 mAh recrgable via microUSB), the Nokia 3310 is a reality.

This outburst of bile against the newcomer is not free. I think there were several roads that Nokia could have taken when it comes to resurrect the device. One of them passed through the 3310 became a new symbol adapted to the sign of the times: modern, with its limited but successful range of connectivity and a discreet profile.

Another, which Nokia seems to have taken, just simply pull of nostalgia and present almost the same with wash face, camera and a color display. The result is a phone very inexpensive ($ 50 dollars can have one, not to mention that they lower price), faithful to one of the indisputable advantages of its predecessor (as the eternal duration of the battery) but extremely limited in terms of everything else. There is no WhatsApp, or Facebook or anything like that for many people today, and not 17 years ago, defines what is a mobile phone.

Network Technology GSM
Launch Announced 2017, February
Status Coming soon. Exp. release 2017, Q1
Body Dimensions 115.6 x 51 x 12.8 mm (4.55 x 2.01 x 0.50 in)
SIM Single SIM (Mini-SIM) or Dual SIM (Mini-SIM, dual stand-by)
– Flashlight
Display Type TFT
Size 2.4 inches (~30.3% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 240 x 320 pixels (~167 ppi pixel density)
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 32 GB (dedicated slot)
Phonebook 2000 entries
Call records Yes
Internal 16 MB
Camera Primary 2 MP, LED flash
Video Yes
Secondary No
Sound Alert types Vibration, MP3 ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
Comms WLAN No
Bluetooth v3.0, A2DP
Radio FM radio
USB microUSB v2.0
Features Messaging SMS
Browser WAP 2.0/xHTML
Games Yes
– Audio/Video player
Battery Removable Li-Ion 1200 mAh battery
Stand-by Up to 744 h
Talk time Up to 22 h
Music play Up to 51 h
Removable Li-Ion 1200 mAh battery (Dual-SIM)
Stand-by Up to 600 h
Talk time Up to 22 h
Misc Colors Warm Red (Glossy), Dark Blue (Matte), Yellow (Glossy), Grey (Matte)

It is clear that the limitation on benefits has resulted in a very affordable and with an enviable battery phone. The problem is that those are terms that defined success almost two decades ago. In the 21st century, the simple absence of applications is more than enough to convict a terminal irrelevance or the niche market, one in which the 3310 is gradually diluted. It is arguable, of course, think that what Nokia are looking for with the Nokia 3310 reborn from the ashes is something of a success. In my head it approximates much more a marketing maneuver. The problem is that, cinismos and troubles aside, still remains a huge hole for a Nokia 3310 simple, tough, durable and with “the basics”: WhatsApp, Facebook and a Web browser.

HP Elite x3 Review

HP Elite x 3 marks the return of HP to 10 Microsoft Windows platform with a smartphone capable of ridiculous to the rest. The Elite x 3 features a QHD AMOLED screen of 5.96 inches, 820 Snapdragon processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB of internal storage expandable, cameras 16 MP and 8MP, 4150 mAh battery, fingerprint, iris and recognition support for Continuum, allowing you to turn it into a real workstation.

Today has been the event of HP at Mobile World Congress 2016 and finally official made the Elite HP x 3, a high-end device with Windows 10 Mobile you can use as a phablet, laptop and desktop computer with accessories that go on sale separately. We are talking about an intended terminal for the company that supports the Continuum.

Thanks to the Desk Dock will be like using a desktop PC. This accessory has a port for connecting an external monitor, two USB ports, a USB port type C and another to connect an Ethernet cable. The dock allows you to place the device in portrait mode.

Then there is the extend Mobile, transforms the HP Elite x 3 on a laptop with a 12.5-inch Full HD screen. Includes Bang & Olufsen speakers, microphone with noise cancellation, several USB ports type C, a Micro HDMI port and a 3.5 mm headphone output The weight of the fixture is considerable, about 1 kg. It is worth mentioning the HP Workspace, it is a catalogue of applications designed by HP to facilitate easy access to virtualized apps. Why?, allows you to create a virtual PC and gives access to run applications x 86 of the company through a virtualized solution.

HP Elite x 3 has certified IP67, which means that it is resistant to water – full immersion to 1 meter for 30 minutes – and is protected against dust. HP Elite x 3 has a screen size of 6 inches, with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. The screen is AMOLED. In addition, with protection Corning Gorilla Glass 4 you assure resistance against scratches and bumps.

In terms of technical features, the HP Elite processor x 3 is a Cortex A7 4 cores and a clock speed of 2.15 GHz. In the memory section, we have 4 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of internal memory or storage. The storage memory can be expanded via microSD. HP Elite x 3 has Windows Phone operating system, and on its release is version 10.

The rear Chamber of the Elite x 3 has a 16 Megapixel resolution. Equipped with LED Flash. The Elite x 3 also features front, 8-megapixel camera. The capacity of the battery of the Elite x 3 is 4150 mah. In terms of connectivity, and in addition to the technical specifications that you have left, we can tell you that the HP Elite x 3 uses a card nanosim. It is also Dual SIM, so you can use two cards at the same time. This HP Elite x 3 is compatible with networks 4G in Spain. It offers also NFC.

vivo V5 review

Vivo V5 is all about the selfies, and you can tell it right away by a quick inspection on its specs sheet. It has a lower-res screen, a mediocre chipset, and an uninspiring main camera. Its popularity in recent months however spiked surprisingly high and that left us curious wherether there might be more than the spec sheet alone suggests.

The Vivo V5 Plus, which we reviewed recently, is a model, which is positioned higher in the food chain. It may not have been particularly original in its design choices (read: it’s almost an iPhone clone), but at least it had quite the decent chipset and a dual front camera setup, which produced selfies with great-looking artificial bokeh – something of an industry first if you ask us.

The lower-priced V5, however, has lost that selfie superpower, but has kept a single 20MP selfie camera and the fill-light for those advertised “moonlight” selfies.

vivo V5 key features

  • Body: Plastic unibody; 2.5D curved Gorilla Glass front
  • Screen: 5.5-inch IPS LCD of 720 x 1,280 resolution; 267ppi;
  • Chipset: MT6750 chipset; octa-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU; Mali-T860MP2 GPU;
  • Memory: 4GB RAM; 32GB of built-in memory; microSD card slot;
  • Camera: 13MP rear camera; f/2.2 lens; phase-detect AF; single LED flash; 1080p video
  • Selfie cam: 20MP front camera; f/2.0 lens; single LED flash
  • OS: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, Funtouch OS 2.6 on top
  • Battery: 3,000mAh battery
  • Connectivity: Dual nano SIM slots (hybrid); Cat. 6 LTE support; 802.11 a/g/b/n; Bluetooth 4.0; GPS; FM radio
  • Misc: Home button with fingerprint scanner

Main shortcomings

  • Low-end chipset
  • 720p resolution is a bit of a stretch on a 5.5″ screen
  • Hybrid Dual SIM/microSD card slot limits options
  • No NFC and no fast charging

There are already a few clear warning signs on the Vivo V5 spec sheet. The Mediatek MT6750 is a feeble chip worthy mostly for entry-level smartphones, but vivo has put it on a $270 device. It doesn’t even support 1080p screens, which may explain why vivo has gone for the 720p panel despite that they are stretching it a bit too thin over the otherwise ample 5.5-inch sized display.

There is no fast charging, not even a microSD slot. There is also no NFC, but that’s the least of your concerns.

The V5 has a few attractive features, which may help it save face – the 20MP selfie camera, its fill-light, the 4 gigabytes of RAM, and the promising fingerprint scanner. Oh, and there is an FM radio, probably onboard because of the dated chipset, so there is that.


We called the vivo V5 Plus an iPhone impersonator, and if you thought the company might have come up with some original design for the regular V5 – you’d be wrong. While it no longer takes its cues from the Cupertino’s flagship, it recycles the already overused forms by Oppo and vivo.

You may recall Oppo, vivo, OnePlus, and imoo are part of the BBK corporation, and this could easily explain the blatant V5 similarities with the Oppo F1s, the Oppo A57, and the in-house vivo X7 and vivo Y67, among others.

Now that we’ve established the vivo V5 won’t shine with any design innovations, we can move on to all the positive impressions from the phone.

For starters, the V5 looks like it’s made of metal, but a very close inspection and some tests involving a coin and some knocking led us to believe it’s actually plastic. Vivo has put some effort into making it look and feel premium when it comes to exterior and touch, so we are giving it credit for that.

The entire front is covered by Corning Gorilla Glass with beveled 2.5D edges. vivo didn’t specify the exact Gorilla Glass revision used here. There is a beautiful silver line emphasizing on the border between the screen and the rear panel. Similar silver strips cover the antenna bands at the back and win some extra points for good looks.

The V5 round corners and oval frame may not be the perfect shape for a secure grip, but if vivo was a house in Hogwarts, the points for those good looks should have already made Slytherin’s faces turn green with envy.

Handling the V5 is a nice experience – the phone feels solid and well built. One-hand operations are possible, but not enough for some common tasks. There is a software feature that shrinks the interface to manageable dimensions, so vivo has thought of that and has provided a solution.

Battery life

The battery inside the vivo V5 packs 3,000mAh worth of juice. The Redmi Note 4 has 1,000mAh more, while the vivo V5 Plus only makes do with 3,160mAh.

The V5 ships with a rather standard 5V/2A plug and it fills up 25% of the battery capacity in 30 minutes. You get 50% in 55 mins and a full charge in 2 hours and 20 mins.


The V5 is a dual SIM device and it accepts one nano and one microSIM card. Only one card at a time can connect to a 4G network, but the other one can meanwhile be on 3G too – it’s not limited to just 2G connectivity. Alternatively, you can have both cards connected to a 3G network.

Vivo itself doesn’t detail what category LTE the phone supports, but MediaTek’s specs page for the MT6750 says Cat.6 downlink (300Mbps theoretical maximum).

There is dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n with Wi-Fi Direct and hotspot support, Bluetooth 4.0, and GPS, GLONASS, and BDS for positioning. An FM radio is on board, too, but there is no NFC support.

A microUSB 2.0 port is used for charging and attaching peripherals (OTG needs to be enabled in settings), and there’s a good old 3.5mm headphone jack.

Asus ZenFone 3 Max Review

You work all day and then you like to enjoy your free time. Is your smartphone be able keep you up? Impressive ZenFone 3 Max 4100 mAh battery is able to resist a whole day of work and follow with load so you can enjoy your free time. With ZenFone 3 Max you can work hard and enjoy your leisure time butt. ZenFone 3 Max is a smartphone of 5.2 inches that you despreocuparás the battery, since it has enough charge so that you use it for a day or even more. With its 4100 mAh battery is capable of reaching up to 30 days of autonomy. We all need more time to talk, interact, play and view content without running out of battery. We all need ZenFone 3 Max.

ZenFone 3 Max 4100 mAh battery is so powerful that it can be used as external battery to charge other devices. You don’t have to worry if your gadgets run out of charge: connect to ZenFone 3 Max and load them wherever you are! You never have enough battery capacity, and why ZenFone 3 Max includes two brilliant technologies that increase their ability to squeeze even more its 4100 mAh lithium polymer cell. Superahorro mode is configured for squeezing every milliampere and, when enabled, can add 36 hours at the time of waiting for the ZenFone 3 Max, until has only a 10% load.

ZenFone 3 Max is the personification of the essential values of the industrial design, that combines a spectacular aesthetics with uncompromising construction quality to create an exceptional user experience. Touchscreen with contoured glass (2, 5 d) of the ZenFone 3 Max features a cover that describes a smooth curve, and offers a natural touch as your grip. Therefore, we have taken care all aspects of design of ZenFone 3 Max to the millimeter, from the balanced position of the screen to the precise alignment of the set screws on the bottom. Design premium ZenFone 3 Max is bursting with style on all four sides, and you can choose it in three spectacular colors: Gold sand, Titanium Grey and silver ice.

ZenFone 3 Max has a fabulous IPS high definition screen of 5.2 inches, offering a level of excellent detail and intense 400 nits brightness so you can see it even in situations of maximum illumination, both indoors as outdoors. ZenFone 3 you will see everything with maximum clarity, and with its ultra-thin bezel 2.25 mm and its considerable relationship between screen and 75%, will enjoy more screen in less space.

We have just the analysis with the price of this device. Asus ZenFone 3 Max can find about £ 199 a relatively affordable price. It is worth to spend€ 200 per ZenFone 3 Max?

There are a few options that are on the market with as much battery. Away from the Chinese smartphones, which even include warranty. Asus ZenFone 3 Max not only offer a great drummer, but it also incorporates a good camera, one more than decent performance and a very complete software. Like all smartphones, it has negative points. The camera application is too simple and little intuitive. Coating incorporates too many applications and it is clear that the processor is not the most powerful in the market. Even so. It is a perfect Smartphone for every day. For users who want a Smartphone with the right and necessary and above all, with battery.

Opp F1 Plus Review

Oppo is of those manufacturers that is not noisy, but that already has a loyal audience, who always tries to stay within your catalog whenever you touch to renew. We surely sounds Oppo Find 5, one of their first big surprises and which garnered great reviews. It now brings us a new commitment to the top, his new Oppo F1 Plus.

This Oppo F1 Plus not only looks powerful but rather bet the P10 Helio by a processor that, inexplicably, we have seen very little, which is being overshadowed by the X range but that yields to the highest level. If we add to all these specifications to cost 389 euros in Europe, always taking into account that we will have to wait for the month of May to be put on sale, the result is more than attractive.

Let’s start the review of its features by the first thing seen when we get the phone box, its display. Oppo has parlayed a 5.5 inch with FullHD resolution AMOLED panel. 1920 x 1080 pixels, which will provide us with a density of 400 pixels per inch. More than enough and that, above all, help to economize the cost and gain in autonomy.

We have commented before that brain chosen for the F1 Plus is the P10 Helio’s MediaTek. It’s an eight-core processor (4 + 4) which runs to a maximum of 2 GHz and has a Mali GPU T860MP2 to 700 MHz support. If this processor add 4GB of RAM and two storage options, 32 and 64 GB, the whole proves to be weight.

Another of the strong points of this Oppo F1 Plus is your game cameras. Back we will have 13 megapixel camera with Aperture f/2.2 and 80.6 degree angle which also captures video quality 4 K, although only 30 fps. On the front, a huge 16 Megapixel sensor with Aperture f/2.0 which will give us option which can easily apply cuts due to its large size and bright selfies.

We do not need the fingerprint reader, which is almost required, and may be the only weak point that we find him at the F1 Plus their drums. 2850 mAh for a 5.5 inch display FullHD offers us a short figure, even though have VOOC load that will allow us to charge the mobile at 100% in just 15 minutes.

It will not be a mobile neither heavy nor light. Its metal body will be weighing 145 grams with dimensions of 151,8 x 74.3 x 6.6 mm, certainly thin. We will come in two colors: gold and pink gold, or gold and rose gold, as we prefer to call it. As we said before, its price is 360 euros change, 26990 rupees in india. In May we will make ourselves with him in Europe for 389 euros.

This may be the perfect overview to define what has created with the new F1 Plus Oppo. In the manufacturer they have been long constructing mobile that they seek to move away from the mid-range as such, setting the view in a higher position, and the F1 Plus almost placed between the big market. The P10 is their best weapon and also the culprit that does not compete against the heavyweights.

In terms of design, Oppo has amply demonstrated that it is capable of building mobile solid and elegant with a design that is already quite recognizable. The new Oppo F1 Plus is no stranger to this trend of the manufacturer and what Yes is surprising is that you bet the colour gold as only options, even if it offers us the pink.
And of course, a mobile for selfies. If we are amateur to take portraits wherever we go, the 16 Megapixel front camera of the Oppo F1 Plus will be more than sufficient. In addition, almost 90 degree angle to catch we can take larger images, group selfies or more show the background of where we find ourselves.

BlackBerry Passport review

The BlackBerry™ Passport smartphone is designed to differ from other smartphones with a large and wide touch screen and a keyboard for touch use.

The new BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition introduces a refined design, with a reinforced frame of stainless steel and a lattice back diamond, soft to the touch. BlackBerry Passport design is based on the form of a passport, offering an image known even for something so new. Its frame is inspired by the beams used in modernist architecture, and the mild form of the back cover is very nice in the hand, at the same time that hosts a large battery.

BlackBerry Passport takes our flagship keyboard to the next level. The physical keyboard provides more precision to the teclear1 and frees more space on the screen to display. Responds to touch gestures, so you can scroll through web pages, move to write or slid along the keys to move the cursor. BlackBerry® Passport is designed for active people like you, with a power consumption optimized BlackBerry® 10 and an impressive 3450 mAh battery. That’s almost 2 times more battery than iPhone 6.

BlackBerry® Hub is a truly integrated Inbox to manage your conversations. Combines all accounts e-mail, texting, BBM, social networks, notifications in one place and phone calls, not back to Miss nothing. It is available from anywhere with just finger swipe, and needn’t worry about constantly check if there are new messages thanks to the flashing light’s customizable notification. BlackBerry® Assistant is a built-in Wizard that helps you perform tasks such as search for a particular e-mail message, create a meeting request or even a gift at Amazon. Works via both voice and text commands, and in the car works in handsfree mode (it is not necessary to look at it) in order to remain productive even in the middle of a traffic jam.

When it comes to security, business leaders and leading organizations rely on BlackBerry. You can feel secure knowing that all communications and data are protected by the process of encryption for BlackBerry for messaging protection against malware, and for backup, delete, restore and anti-theft protection. (Some features require BlackBerry OS 10 v10.3.2.) In BlackBerry Passport telephone calls are a good alternative to the conversation in person. It includes powerful speakers and a system of four microphones; You can adjust the sound of the call according to the position of the phone and the background noise. The result is an unmatched sound quality that may make them feel as if they were in the same room, even if they are at opposite ends of the world.

The browser BlackBerry 10, recognized in the industry, is extremely fast and fluid. Access your content online and favorite services as they were conceived to be, faster than ever, and with an unlimited number of browser tabs. And with BlackBerry Passport, you will see on the screen a full, as in the desktop website.

BlackBerry® Blend™ takes the messages and content of your BlackBerry to the computer and to the tableta.3 access to posts by email, text, BBM, documents, calendar, contacts and multimedia files from work and personal in real time and on the device that is using. Without saving in the cloud, without wires, without transfers between devices. It is simply there.

BlackBerry Passport is a return to the origins of BlackBerry with a QWERTY classic, although compressed into fewer rows. It has a touch screen of 4.5 inch 1440 x 1440 pixels of resolution, rear 13 megapixel camera, 3GB RAM, 32GB of internal storage, processor quad – core 2.3 GHz, Snapdragon 800 and FM radio.

Finally, although that screen size is good for some things (Pocket, reading sites) and the keyboard is time a facility rather than a handicap, the phone is very voluminous. Too much. In the Pocket feels like a kind of square Hulk that very often becomes uncomfortable. It is true that I believe that BlackBerry running at 100% is probably the most productive operating system that exists, but a primary phone should not be only productivity and work. You missed my iOS games, he missed to send my videos to the Chromecast from the sofa as in Android, I missed less Snapchat (in BB10 I crasheaba) and above all, above anything else, missed having an operating system that doesn’t feel like a cluster of carefully prepared patches to proclaim “Hey! Look! It works! “.” It is the equivalent to the “Look MOM, no hands”, served during the first few metres, but in the end you just pasting it you.