Stay tuned for our full review of the Realme 7 smartphone.
At P6,490, the Realme C15 literally redefines the segment, bringing features that were previously reserved for higher-tier midrange phones. Corners were indeed cut, but it was done thoughtfully, to not compromise critical needs, but drop less noticeable comforts that aren’t easily missed.
The new ColorOS skin revolves around giving its users a wider range of control, especially in the area of personalization. With the built-in UI customization platform, users can now select their own designs for the Always-On display feature for Amoled smartphones, themes and wallpaper, and even fonts and icons.
The Hero9 Black brings a new 5K recording sensor, an updated stabilization system, a battery with larger capacity, built-in mounting, 1080p quality for livestreaming, and voice control.
Having tested multiple fitness trackers and owning a Fitbit Inspire HR for over a year, expectations were high going into the Charge 4. While the larger screen and added features are nice, the overall experience was dampened owing to the software glitches and poor GPS connectivity.
With its latest midrange offering, Poco is securing its spot on the gaming device market by bringing in a majority of features and functionalities that are commonly found on flagship-level devices. This is why its NFC feature is included in the name.
The Benro T600EX serves as an entry-level model. It covers all the basics and often comes bundled with a mobile phone adapter, to allow for a mobile phone to be fixed to the tripod.
Stay tuned for our full review of the Therapro massage device.