Mobile Tech

Mobiles and mobile accessories reviewed.

Dubleup credit card

Dubleup credit card sized power bank review

Dubleup have taken the typical bulky power bank and squashed it down into a credit card sized gadget. Seeing as power banks are designed to be carried around with you the traditional design can leave a lot to be desired. Available via Kickstarter to begin with, you can pick from a choice of gold, silver…

Leagoo Lead 6

EASYSMX Leagoo Lead 6 Android Mobile Review

The first thing you’ll notice about the Leagoo Lead 6 mobile is the bright neon colouring. It’s available in a range of colours, we had the red/pink version in for review. The Lead 6 is a duel SIM mobile, with the back being removable to give you access to both SIM card slots and battery…

OnePlus 3T

OnePlus 3T Review

OnePlus have been making a name for themselves over the last few years but this is the first mobile from them I’ve actually had in my hands.  The OnePlus 3T is a lovely looking mobile, it has a premium look and feel to it with a nice 5.5″ screen, fingerprint scanner and decent cameras this…

CREEV Mark V Prime SIM-Free Smartphone

CREEV Mark V Prime Android Mobile Review

The CREEV Mark V Prime is a budget 4G budget Android mobile lives up to the low price tag. It’s available in grey or white and features a nice large 5″ screen (1280×720), a plastic back, and it can it can take 2 SIM cards.  The plastic design means it’s iight in the hand which…

Alcatel Idol 4

Alcatel Idol 4+ Android Mobile with VR Goggles Review

The Alcatel Idol 4+ certainly wins the most innovative packaging award, with it arrive enclosed in its own VR headset for packaging! It was a nice surprise to find you also get a protective case and screen shield as well. The case it a plastic transparent clip on case that has to be removed if…

Samsung Galaxy S6 Android Mobile Review

I’ve been testing this out for work and the S6 is a brilliant mobile. It’s easy (if long winded if you opt to use the fingerprint scanner) to setup, and once connected to WiFi it updated to Android 6.0.1. If you do take the the time to setup the fingerprint scanner you’ll benefit from fast…

Alcatel Go Play

Alcatel Go Play 4G Mobile Review

The Alcatel Go Play is a budget friendly ruggedized smartphone aimed at those with an active lifestyle, or those who are just very clumsy. The Go Play is IP67 rated, so is dirt, dust and water resistant (it should survive 30 minutes under up to 1 meter of water), and this has resulted in the…

VINSIC 20,000mAh Power Bank Review

The Vinsic 20,000mAh Power Bank is one seriously chunky power bank, and it needs to be given the huge size of the battery. The power bank comes with a cloth bag to store it in as well as a USB charging cable that is used to charge the power bank and can also be used to…

VR/AR Mobile Headset Review

This is an interesting VR headset as it offers a feature not usually found on these sorts of headsets, the options to use this for Augmented Reality. The headset itself is rather striking in design, rather than copy the usual look of Oculus Rift the designers seem to have gone more for the look of…

BEBONCOOL Wireless Bluetooth Gamepad Review

Kindly given to me to review this is a nice looking controller, you’ll see in the review video I have the red/black version, I see it’s also available in blue/black. It feels well made with a mostly standard layout, although unusually it has trigger buttons on the underside of the gamepad, a bit like the…