Hands on: ZTE VR review

The ZTE Axon 7 gets its own virtual reality headsetOur early verdictZTE VR uncannily looks and performs like the Samsung Gear VR, and with the 2K display of the Axon 7, it provides a proper virtual…

Hands-on review: Obi MV1

The Obi MV1 looks different to every other smartphone you can buy right now, but it’s for all the wrong reasons.There’s no denying the design of the MV1 is unique, but it takes a lot of…

Review: Moto G (2015)

Introduciton and designWhen the first Moto G arrived back in 2013, it was a revelation. It showed us that phones under £150 (US$220) didn’t have to come with rubbish screens and dodgy p…

Hands-on review: ZTE Axon 7

ZTE Axon 7 is an Android phone with a slick design, powerful specs and reasonable price that challenges the Samsung Galaxy S7 and forthcoming iPhone 7 in a dual SIM, unlocked form.That explains the…

Review: Nexus 5X

Introduction and designWhat’s the sound of one hand clapping? It’s a Nexus 5X owner giving praise to Google and LG for remaking their palm-friendly Android phone while effortlessly hold…

Review: Nexus 6P

Introduction and designThe Nexus 6P is Google’s current flagship Android phablet, but with a 5.7-inch display and cheaper price it won’t stretch your hand or your wallet quite as far as…

Fujifilm X-Pro2 review

Retro, luxurious and innovative, the Fuji X-Pro2 is a class actFujifilm’s X-series compact system cameras have an impressive track record at Expert Reviews, and so it was with much excitement…