Current smartphones often resemble each other almost 1:1 and differ at most in the solution to the “front camera problem”. Another silhouette, even though strongly copied by Blackberry, is offered by the Uniherz Titan. The smartphone with “real” keyboard and touchscreen even offers a waterproof outdoor design.
With the EarFun UBOOM we want to present you our first Bluetooth speaker of the still quite unknown Chinese manufacturer. I have to say that the EarFun UBOOM, similar to the Tribit speakers, is a little insider tip. Why I came to this conclusion, you can find out in this review!
Xiaomi launches an improved version of the popular Mi Robot. It has more suction power, a wiping function with a large water tank and an improved laser distance sensor (LDS). A sensible upgrade? Our review.
After the last Xiaomi Mi Note 3 (release in September 2017) the manufacturer has released the new Xiaomi Mi Note 10. With a 108 MP Penta camera, it attracted attention – and yet we’ve never been so sceptical about a Xiaomi smartphone.
A down jacket with two heating zones, USB connection for a Powerbank and water resistant. Just the thing in the winter months for all notorious cold people? Our review.
The Mi Robot 1C was launched on Xiaomi’s crowdfunding platform “XiaomiYoupin”. It can wipe, has the highest suction power and is very flat. What’s the deal with the new model – and did it really need another Xiaomi vacuum robot?
The latest models in the Mitu range from Xiaomi. The kits are assembled again with the help of the Mitu app and some are even motorized and remote controllable.
Xiaomi’s subsidiaries Roidmi, Dreame and Jimmy are among the biggest competitors of the British top dog Dyson. Now Xiaomis subsidiary Dreame is launching its new top model: We’ll tell you what makes the Dreame V10 different from its predecessor.
The Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro is the new wireless in-ear “flagship” headphone from the Chinese company. Our conclusion in the long-term test: Anker Soundcore has finally made it to the top with the Liberty 2 Pro and can compete with any established brand headphone. Find out why in this review!
After the Oppo subsidiary Realme had previously produced smartphones for the budget and mid-range segment, the high-end segment is now following suit. With the Realme X2 Pro, the manufacturer releases its first own flagship, and that’s something to be proud of!
The Redmi K20 recently came onto the market as Mi 9T also as an international version. Meanwhile there are the first details coming out about the Redmi K30, the successor. This smartphone will apparently have a camera in the display, a so-called punch hole display.
Anker enjoys probably the best reputation among the China brands on Amazon. Many products have convinced us in the test. The Powerbanks are also popular, the Anker PowerCore Essential offers a capacity of 20,000 mAh and supports 18W power delivery.
The Chinese tech giant Xiaomi finances many of its new products via crowdfunding via its in-house platform “Xiaomiyoupin”. For the equivalent of only $83 there is a product in the pipeline that could make reading enthusiasts sit up and take notice. Is Xiaomi’s “Mi Reader” an appropriate competitor to Amazon’s Kindle or Kobo?
There are already plenty of tablets in the meantime, high-end tablets like the iPad Pro have only been on the market for a relatively short time. On November 25th Huawei will launch the MatePad Pro, which uses the new Kirin 990 processor and 5G.
China Smartwatches from Amazfit or Huawei are often somewhat limited by their operating system, as they do not allow the installation of additional apps. Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE runs with Google’s Wear OS and also has an integrated eSIM and two displays. But do you really need these additional features and what do you give up for that?
The smartphone market is highly competitive, especially when it comes to fast charging. Now comes Xiaomi and presents Xiaomi Super Charge Turbo with 100W, with which you can charge a smartphone completely in 17 minutes!
News from UMIDIGI: the UMIDIGI Uwatch GT is according to own statement the new “flagship” Smartwatch of the Chinese manufacturer. It is equipped with a total of 12 sports modes and is ATM5 certified. You can find our assessment of the Uwatch GT here.