Galaxy A01 review: Bare-bones smart phone for the budget conscious

The Galaxy A01 is a no-fuss, low-priced Android phone that is the cheapest member of Samsung’s A-series of budget phones. Priced at $150 (though we’ve seen it on sale for as low as $100 unlocked from Samsung), the phone’s bare-bones hardware and features — like its plain design and low-resolution display– aren’t much to get excited about. But the handset covers the basics well enough that, for its low price, it should be a decent device to snap photos, check email, watch videos and, of course, make calls.


  • Affordable
  • Headphone jack
  • Decent camera

Don’t Like

  • Meager onboard memory
  • Camera’s
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Motorola Edge Plus: The best cameras of any Moto phone — but I wanted more

The Motorola Edge Plus has pretty much everything you’d hope for in a premium 5G phone: A Snapdragon 865 chipset, a giant battery, an OLED screen with a high refresh rate and multiple rear cameras with heavy-duty specs. Motorola took features found on other top-of-the-line Android phones, put its own Moto spin on them and built them all into one of the most wonderful Android phones I’ve tried in a long time.


  • Long-lasting battery so far.
  • Edge display.
  • Best cameras on any Moto phone.

Don’t Like

  • Verizon exclusive.
  • No IP rating for water resistance.
  • Night Vision isn’t great.


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Dell Latitude 7220 Rugged Extreme Tablet, hands on: Fully equipped for harsh environments Review

Dell has created a track record as a provider of rugged tablets, and the Latitude 7220 Rugged Excessive Tablet is a powerful addition to the vary. It has gone through armed service-grade (MIL-STD 810G and 810H) testing (including transit and working fall-tests), can operate in temperatures ranging from -28°C to 62°C, and is IP65 rated for dust and water resistance — as befits a tablet that is made to endure the hardest of ailments. 

The eleven.six-inch FHD (one,920 x one,080) touch screen has a utmost brightness of 1000 nits, so it can be completely out of doors readable. It can

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Hands on with the Timekettle Zero translator: 40 language translation tool in your pocket Review

The Timekettle Zero translator is various to other translation gadgets I have attempted so much. I reviewed the Timekettle WT2 translator a number of months in the past, and uncovered it to be precise, and rapid.

Even so, in contact method, touching the WT2 product just about every time I required to discuss when was a ache. I suspect that folks who are hard of listening to, or wore listening to aids would uncover sporting the WT2 an difficulty.

The Timekettle Zero does not need to have to be worn in the ear, nor it does not need to have

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Logitech Combo Touch keyboard and Pebble i345 mouse hands-on: Enhanced productivity for cheap Apple iPad owners

Given that I mainly use Chromebooks to get perform finished, an iPad has not been an necessary machine in my arsenal. A few of new products and solutions from Logitech noticeably boost the capacity of my sub-$300 2019 Apple iPad and it might acquire on a far more well known job in my cell toolset.

ZDNet’s Jason Cipriani lately posted his overview of the new $299/$350 Apple Magic Keyboard that is available now for iPad Pro versions. The new Logitech Combo Contact keyboard is available for $149.ninety nine in two configurations. The 1 I analyzed is for the seventh era

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