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Now that Samsung’s flagship phone is out, all the hype is dying down. Some may look at it in marvel and some will just stay put and wait for another company’s flagship phone. Either way, I think I’ve already classified myself as someone in between; I believe that in most ways, the Galaxy S5 underwhelms the hard-core users but manages to spark some attention in me.

SGS5

Let’s start with the disappointments; the Samsung Galaxy S5 didn’t feature a new display as a lot were expecting and

Canon EOS 1200D Launched

February 27, 2014

 Canon has recently announced its latest addition to the EOS range, the Canon EOS 1200D. The entry-level DSLR camera uses the same DIGIC 4 image processor as its predecessor but now has an 18-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor. The Canon EOD 1200D also has a bigger 3” LCD screen and can now shoot Full HD movies at up to 30 fps.

Named as Canon EOS Kiss X70 in Japan and Canon EOS Rebel T5 in the US, the Canon EOS 1200D is priced at

 Yesterday, we got a hands-on of LG’s latest superphone that packs a 5.9-inch Full HD display, a Snapdragon 800 CPU, and 3GB of RAM – the LG G Pro 2. Let’s pit it against another superphone that packs almost the same specs – the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Let’s find out who looks better on paper by reading our comparison below.

 

G pro 2 vs note 3


Two of the biggest companies in mobile communications have launched their own flagship smartphone. Can’t decide whether you’re Team Samsung or Team Sony? We’ve compared the specs of both devices side-by-side!

 

XPERIA VS S5

The latest smartphones from different brands had just been unveiled in the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona for this year. Let’s see how Sony’s bet made it in the specs race.

 

1. Display

With a packed display offering of 5.2 inches and a 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution, the follow up to Sony’s Xperia Z1 will make you consider placing it ahead of the race. It comes with TRILUMINOS display technology and X-Reality, unique display features for the photo and video enthusiasts.

2. Battery

The Sony Xperia Z1 has officially passed the flagship torch to its successor – the Xperia Z2. Head past the break to see the difference between the two premium smartphones in terms of its specs.
 

Sony Xperia Z2

As mentioned on our first impression, the company didn’t make any

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