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Nokia is a name that almost everybody knows in the Mobile world. Nokia has reinvented itself with a new range of well-priced and very well specified phones in the past two years. The new Nokia 7.1 is possibly the best they have made. Pure Android, superior build quality, and a sleek modern look make the Nokia 7.1 a winner; in fact, it may be the best device in its category currently.
The selfie. Love it or hate it, it is undeniable that it has become a central element of global culture, transcending boundaries of geography, religion, and status. Nothing embodies the influence of technology on our lives more than the phenomenon of the selfie.
Nokia has released their latest version of the Nokia 6, the new Nokia 6.1 which despite its incremental number packs an even more powerful performance and new features into a more compact, durable body.
Modern living revolves around connectivity. We may leave our wallets when leaving home but never our mobile devices. LG has released their latest smartphone the LG G7 ThinQ. The mobile device space has matured significantly in the past two years with form factors and specifications becoming very similar across all top devices.
The smartphone high-end has been dominated by Apple and Samsung for a few years with many pretenders and no real contenders. Well Huawei is aiming right at that duo with their new P20 Pro. Huawei has just released the P20 series, jumping from last year’s P10 series to P20 as they feel the improvements made are huge. Steven Ambrose tests the P20 Pro and reports back.
Sony gets serious with their new Xperia XZ2 Smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The release of the new Sony Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 compact shows real effort in reclaiming their share of the high-end mobile space. New technology, new looks, and some intersecting new features make the two devices a significant return to form for Sony.