Moto G Power review: Long-lasting battery life for only $250

Maria J. Danford

The Moto G Power ($250 at Motorola) is one of the newest members of the Motorola G budget phone family. It follows in the same steps as last year’s Moto G7 Power with both a wallet-friendly price and a gigantic battery. At its core, the $250 Moto G Power is similar to the more expensive Moto G Stylus ($250 at Best Buy). (It’s sold as the Moto G8 Power in the UK for £220. It’s not available in Australia.) Both come at a time when sheltering-in-place means many of us depend on our phones to stay connected with friends,

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Motorola One Hyper, hands on: A competitive mid-range phone with good screen, cameras and battery life Review

Maria J. Danford

Motorola’s loved ones of Just one smartphones features the Macro, Eyesight, Motion, Zoom and Hyper styles, just about every made with (moderately) self-explanatory use conditions in intellect. For the £269.ninety nine (inc. VAT) Motorola Just one Hyper, the standout characteristics are the best resolution digital camera, the major screen and the accolade of currently being the only Just one handset with a pop-out front digital camera.

The Just one Hyper is a chunky 6.five-inch phone, measuring 76.6mm huge by 161.eight deep by eight.9mm thick and weighing 200g, which is a bit unwieldy to maintain. The resolution is 2,340 by one,080

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Anker Soundcore Life P2 review: The company’s best true wireless earbud value yet

Maria J. Danford

The Soundcore Lifetime P2 list for $sixty but normally offer for $fifty.


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Available at 50 percent the value of Anker’s Soundcore Liberty Air 2 earbuds but sporting a very very similar aspect set, the Soundcore Lifetime P2 pipe-fashion real wireless earbuds are an great benefit choice. The buds demand horizontally in their situation somewhat than vertically, and the situation and the buds have a somewhat more affordable sense than the Liberty Air 2. Their audio won’t have the presence strengthen in the treble that the Liberty Air 2 buds have, so they are not as distinct-sounding with very

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Galaxy S20 Ultra review: Camera is amazing but battery life and design aren’t

Maria J. Danford

There’s no denying that the Galaxy S20 Ultra is something bold. Something special. It exists to show off its camera features. There’s the 108-megapixel sensor, capturing scenes for detailed crop-ins that invariably make you say “wow!” Then there’s the 100x zoom lens that reveals lettering, faces and architectural details you can’t see from afar with the naked eye. And the beautiful 40-megapixel selfie camera that won’t spare your feelings when you turn off beauty mode.

Like

  • Boundary-pushing cameras
  • Bright, sharp, colorful photos
  • Strong battery life on default settings

Don’t Like

  • Feels thick and heavy
  • Protruding camera bump
  • Uneven battery performance
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Huawei MateBook D 15 (2020) review: Stylish and solid, but battery life disappoints Review

Maria J. Danford

When you think of Huawei you in all probability will not think of laptops, but the company’s MateBook D has just been released in a new 2020 iteration. Powered by an AMD Ryzen processor it comes in fourteen-inch and 15.6-inch sizes. I was sent the much larger £599.ninety nine (inc. VAT) design to overview. 

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The 15.6-inch MateBook D 15 has a sound metallic chassis and weighs one.53kg. It is driven by an AMD Ryzen five 3500U processor with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage.


Picture: Huawei

This 15.6-inch laptop computer is svelte and metallic-clad. That metallic does make

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