UHANS S1 Review

This is the UHANS S1. It is very well made and has a premium look and feel, but it’s clearly inspired by the iPHone 5. It has some real decent specs, 3GB of RAM, 32GB storage, the MTK6753 processor and an IMX214 camera. It also runs the latest Android 6.0, but it has a custom skin on top of it called FreeMe OS, and I’m a little apprehensive about any custom skin on top of Android because they’re usually worse than stock Android, so let’s see how this phone does.

Continue reading

Advertisements

UMi Super Review

I’m not the only one excited for the UMi Super. It costs $210, and the specs are, pretty super. You can even sign up on UMi’s website for a chance to win a $70 coupon, which would bring the price down to $140, that’s insane. The standout specs here are the 4GBs of RAM, 4000mAh battery, and the aluminum body. Again based on the specs alone, I would have replaced my Xiaomi Redmi 3 with this UMi Super, but sadly I promised my buddy I would give this phone to him, so I’m stuck with my Redmi 3 for now. So again, some great specs here, let’s see whether the phone is worth it.

Continue reading

Vernee Thor Review

I don’t remember a Chinese phone that made such a great first impression on me, but the Vernee Thor definitely did. Hey guys Zi Jin here and this is the Vernee Thor. Vernee as a company is brand new, and this is their very first phone release with an impressive 22,000 preorders, so there really is a ton of interest in this phone. It costs $120 at most places, but at this point you can actually get this phone for $50 if you make a review of it. So I haven’t actually talked about the phone yet, but it has an MTK octacore processor, 3GB of RAM, the latest Android 6.0 OS, and a Gorilla Glass 3 2.5D screen. And considering that you’re paying $120 or even $100 for this phone, it’s an amazing deal. But, in other phones great specs have been let down by poor software and unfinished things, let’s see if the Vernee Thor falls into the same trap.

Continue reading

Teclast X80 Pro Review

This is the Teclast X80 Pro, a Cherry trail 8″ tablet. This is basically the Teclast X80 Plus, except it has a 1200p resolution screen. You get some pretty average specs, 2GB of RAM, dual boot, and it all comes at around $100. It enters a pretty crowded 8″ tablet market, so it’s going to have to either stand out or just be cheaper. Let’s see what this tablet does.

Continue reading

Teclast X89 Kindow Review!

There isn’t a lot of fanfare or marketing around this tablet, but what little marketing was pushed behind it has it fighting the Kindle ereader. However, this tablet is more than just an ereader. It dual boots Windows and Android and has a relavtively high res Samsung display. However, is this really a compelling option as an ebook reader? Keep on watching to find out.

Continue reading

Chuwi Hi12 Review

This is the Chuwi Hi12 Windows 10 and Android 5.1 Dual boot with active stylus support. Wow that was a super long name for a tablet. This tablet has a Cherry trail processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage, and both Windows and Android. So I know I haven’t gotten into the review, but the screen is so good. Sure the iPad and the Mipad have similar levels of high res, but this one is just so much better. OK enough ranting, here is my review, a little late I know, but better late than never!

Continue reading