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Android's finest meet in a direct 1v1 battle: the Galaxy Note 10+ with its S Pen and One UI software tricks against the super-smooth Pixel 4 XL with its extraordinary camera. Which one should you go for?...
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is one of those exotic phones with specs and price that sound too good to be real. Here's a shortlist: 6.5-inch AMOLED display, 5230mAh battery with fast charging, 128GB of storage, and a total of 5 cameras at the back including one with the jaw-dropping 108 megapixels – all for 550 euro (the equivalent of about $600). After several weeks with the phone, I'd say that it's a solid offering for the price – though it does have a few flaws you absolutely must know about.
The company admits that its newest entry, the Huawei FreeBuds 3, has been positioned as a direct competitor to Apple’s non-Pro AirPods and, as it turns out, the results are pretty impressive.
These days, many smartwatches try to stand out from the crowd of traditional wristwatches. Some achieve this by using rectangular displays and others rely on thin bezels coupled with unique watch faces, but Huawei’s Watch GT 2 does neither.
Motorola is back with another adequately priced mid-range phone, the Motorola G8 Plus. While it isn’t officially available in the US, it costs around 250 euro in Europe. Does it deliver good value for that kind of money? I tested it for a week to find out.
The LG G8X is a potential alternative to the foldable smartphones of today. It costs just $700, and with its DualScreen accessory, it provides more screen space than you've ever been able to put in your pocket.
After the runaway success that the original AirPods were, it’s time for round two! Apple, which defined the “truly wireless earbuds” category, is back at it again with a more advanced, more expensive product, called AirPods Pro. There new earbuds cost $250, which is considerably more expensive than the classic AirPods’