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OnePlus 7T review: the flagship killer is back

We are often asked which is the best smartphone at the moment. If we were to answer this question today, the OnePlus 7T would most certainly be the winner. This smartphone offers a perfect balance between performance, display quality and autonomy without forgetting an essential point: the user experience. With a better camera, the OnePlus 7T could even, in our opinion, have claimed the title of smartphone of the year.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro review: worth the wait

Despite a dated design, the iPhone 11 Pro confirms Apple’s know-how in screen, software, video, performance and makes up for the delay in photography thanks to its triple camera. Yes, the iPhone 11 Pro is undoubtedly the best iPhone ever created by Apple but is it enough to justify its premium price? In our humble opinion, no.

Asus ROG Phone 2 review: the ultimate gaming smartphone

The Asus ROG Phone 2 succeeds in offering high-end specs and software enhancements for an optimized gaming experience. It is, in fact, the most powerful smartphone on the market. However, its design will not appeal to everyone. For its price, Asus also provides a great screen, long battery life and, to a lesser extent, great photos. It also makes even more sense with its array of gaming accessories.

Nokia 7.2 review: Android One smartphone with Zeiss lens

With its Nokia 7.2, HMD offers us an almost complete smartphone. The photos are very detailed, it has more than enough performance, an excellent finish, and a solid IPS display. Unfortunately, although a good all-rounder it doesn’t excel on anything and that makes us recommend the Xiaomi Mi 9T or Google Pixel 3a instead.

Razer Phone 2 review: gaming is better at 120Hz

The adventure of Razer in the world of smartphones continues in the form of the new Razer Phone 2, a gaming device that emphasizes the combination of raw power and fast refresh rate to convince gamers that this is a one way street to mobile gaming.