It's been almost two weeks since I received my Motorola One Hyper, and I feel comfortable now giving it a review.
To start, its screen is awesome! Going from the 5.5" screen of my Moto Z² Force to this 6.5" all-screen display has been amazing. I posted these pics in another thread, but will use...
GSMArena has published its review of the Sony XB950B1 wireless headphones and states that despite the headphones being good-looking, well-built, and comfortable, the audio quality is not very good and you could look elsewhere for a better experience.
Kevin The Tech Ninja just uploaded his re-review of the Google Pixel and he stands by his original opinion about it being the best Android smartphone around. He believes that even with the 2017 flagships, the original Pixel sits on top of its throne.
Android Authority has published its review of the Galaxy Tab S3 and gave it a score of 7.8 out of 10. The pros of the device include a beautiful display, and a battery that quickly recharges. The cons include a "so-so" camera, and just average battery life.
Engadget has published its review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and states that you're paying a premium for the S Pen and an HDR display. However, the tablet also is a solid option which does "nearly everything it promises".
Phil Nickinson has published his review of the Bose QC35 Noise-Canceling headphones and states these are near perfect. The only real problem with these headphones is that your ears could become uncomfortable when used for hours.
GSM Arena has published its full review of the Moto M and states the device doesn't really shine in one specific area. Instead, the device is generally unimpressive and you can get the Moto Z Play with better specs for just $100 more.
Lanh from Android Authority has published his review of AsteroidOS, which is a new wearable OS based on Linux and is in alpha. The review states that the new OS has a lot of potential despite not being ready for primetime yet.
Android Police has published its review of the Fitbit Flex 2 and states that the company's first water-resistant tracker is just adequate. However, if you want more options you may want to look to other Fitbit products for a better experience.
Engadget has published its mini-review of the Pixel and Pixel XL giving the former a rating of 86 while giving the latter a score of 87. Pros for each device come in the form of excellent build quality, fantastic camera, smooth performance. Cons for each device include being too expensive...
Android Police has published its full review of the Xiaomi Mi Box and states that the device gets the job done without getting in anyone's way. The review also states that the device is the cheapest option to tinker with Android TV.
Anandtech has published its full review of the Honor 8 and states that the only real area that the device falls short is the display. The rest of the device and features provide a solid experience and one that competes directly with the OnePlus 3 and Moto Z Play.
Anandtech published its full review of the Meizu PRO 6 and states the device has more than a few issues that makes it difficult to recommend. The review also states that it features "passable performance, poor battery life" and will not be updated frequently.
The folks at XDA Developers have posted a video review of the Honor 8.
"The phone is good for the price. It has a solid display, a feature-packed camera, a great fingerprint scanner and solid performance."
"The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is priced as an open-box item, but make no mistake about it - the phone can easily stand comparison to more premium competitors. Speaking of, the first place to look for solid but equally affordable competition is China."