Samsung took a calculated risk by aligning the Galaxy Note 7 with the Galaxy S series, further distancing it from Notes of the past. But that isn't an issue — the Galaxy Note 7 is the best Galaxy Note yet, and a fantastic phone in just about every way.
The Fugoo Tough XL is tailor-built for those who relentlessly pursue the outdoors and need a soundtrack for their adventures. This is a big, heavy Bluetooth speaker with a ton of battery life and great sound quality. The hard question remains: "is it worth the steep pricetag?"
The ZTE Axon 7 is one of the most compact 5.5-inch phones on the market, and one of the most enjoyable to use, too — if you can get over some of the translation issues and software gimmicks. And while ZTE doesn't have a great reputation keeping its phones updated, even as is the Axon 7 is a challenger to the OnePlus 3 in the sub-$400 flagship space. Our full review!
With an aluminum frame barely 5mm thick and slap-on "mods" that give it crazy capabilities, the Moto Z is unlike any smartphone you can buy today. It's also the latest installment in one of the most inconsistent product families in mobile technology.
Sure the Acer Chromebook R11 can run Android apps now, but that's not the biggest reason to buy it. There are a lot of really good features on offer here, and it turns out to be a solid Chromebook, before you bring Android apps into the picture.
The (new) new Moto has a slick phone on its hands with the Moto Z. (And Verizon's upped it even more with the Moto Z Force.) And the optional Moto Mods are brilliant. The question is whether they alone are worth investing in this new Android ecosystem.
If you need a case that looks great with the Galaxy S7 edge, the Clear S-View Flip Cover might be what you're looking for. It's a stylish way to protect your phone, but you also get some extra features. The case lets you see through the cover to interact with calls, alarms, and events. Should you get it? Watch our review to find out.
Starting at ₹22,999, the LeEco Le Max 2 offers a lot of value for the price. USB-C audio is the headlining feature, as the phone is the first to ditch the traditional headphone jack in favor of digital audio. Time to find out if LeEco made the right decision by getting rid of the ubiquitous 3.5mm audio jack.
The original Asus ZenFone Max launched last year was not perfect, but was a standout performer in the affordable smartphone segment with its stellar battery life. The company recently launched a refresh with upgraded internals and identical design — just months after the first one went on sale.
After decent budget packages, the m1 note and m2 note, the m3 note from Meizu is quite an aberration from the predecessors, and aims to pack in solid internals in a stylish chassis. There are a few highlights like design and build quality with extended battery life, yet it fails to impress in overall performance.