Review of ZTE Blade V10 and V10 Vita: hardware to choose and clean Android

ZTE Blade V10 and V10 Vita recently replenished the lineup of the famous vendor. Both models are aimed at the initial and middle market segment. For a small cost, they have photo processing using AI, advanced functions of a finger scanner and NFC. About other differences and unique qualities of new products – under the cut.

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Review of OPPO Reno 10x zoom: smartphone for paparazzi

In the world of smartphones, fashion and the idea of an ideal device are changing rapidly. It seems that just recently, instead of a wide upper frame, “bangs” and “drops” appeared, and today the trend is devices with a huge screen, which occupies almost the entire area of the front panel. Barely began to rejoice in a two-, three- and five-fold zoom, as 10-fold appeared. The just-launched OPPO Reno 10x zoom flagship is in line with both trends. Let’s find out what else he will please the owners and what is the matter.

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Tecno Camon 11S review: the trend and the price does not bite

Not so long ago, triple cameras could be found only in top-end smartphones, and budget models at best cost an auxiliary module for bokeh. Tecno Camon 11S changes this rule: an inexpensive novelty has received a triple lens with a wide-angle matrix. Other specifications also look good on paper. Should I pay attention to the gadget from Tecno?

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HUAWEI P40 Lite review: where are the Google services, Lebowski?

In the middle class, there is high competition, but the HUAWEI P40 Lite looks confident against the background of rivals. It has a quad camera, a fingerprint scanner at the end, support for fast charging and a productive filling. True, there are no Google services, but the HUAWEI AppGallery own store is installed. What the new smartphone is capable of, we find out in the review.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra review: flagship at maximum speed

The novelty that will be discussed could be called S11, given that the latest model in the series is S10. However, the smartphone received a serial number of 20, which indicates at least a serious update to the flagship line, and at the very least – even a restart. What is the reason for such a “jump” in the name and what new things does the top Samsung device offer?

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Samsung Galaxy A71 review: large screen and many cameras

Samsung is not going to give the middle segment of the market to the torn young Chinese brands. On the contrary, the company is carefully honing the recipe for an ideal smartphone “for everyone and everyone”. Samsung Galaxy A71 is just one of those. It has everything that customers want: a productive filling, NFC, a lot of cameras and a practical case.

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Review Blackview BV9800 Pro: indestructible smartphone thermal imager

The secure smartphone segment is a niche. The technologies and chips that appear in it are also unique in their own way. A prime example is the Blackview BV9800 Pro. The vendor equipped it not only with a powerful chipset and 6 GB of RAM, but also with a thermal imager. Where can such a gadget come in handy?

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