Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T Review - In the category of entry-level smartphones, Xiaomi reigns without much concern. Indispensable, its Redmi Note range has established itself and competition from devices like those from Honor or Wiko does not really have anything to worry about. Design, performance, photo.
Marketed between $ 217 (3 GB / 32 GB) and $ 277 (4 GB / 128 GB), the Redmi Note 8T is the new entry in the flagship range of Xiaomi. We tested its 4 GB / 64 GB version, marketed at $ 241.
Sony Xperia 5 II review - Do not be fooled by its name, the Xperia 5 II (pronounced "Five Mark Two") is the little brother of the Xperia 1 II , the Sony flagship launched in early 2020. Marketed at $ 1093, this device also belongs to the category of high-end smartphones. It differs in particular by its more compact format and its screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Its triple camera module, very versatile, is also highlighted by the Japanese manufacturer.
For two weeks, we made the Xperia
Realme 7 Pro test - Realme 7 Pro Only a few months after a Realme 6 range relatively acclaimed by critics, the Chinese manufacturer Realme is already back with a family of products stamped Realme 7. In addition to a very classic entry-level mobile, the brand markets the Realme 7 Pro, a mid-range 4G smartphone at $ 397. Its specs are pretty impressive, but is it enough to make it one of the best devices on the market?
Ultra-fast charging at a low price
Since 2018, several Chinese ma
Huawei Mate 40 Pro review - Huawei Mate 40 Pro In recent years, Huawei has been shaking up the world of mobile telephony. Long anticipated as the future world number 1, the Chinese manufacturer has multiplied innovations with its P20 , Mate 20 and P30 to the point, each time, to let us think that it had surpassed its rival Samsung.
Unfortunately, that was without counting on Donald Trump's radical decision to blacklist the Chinese company, prohibiting it from working with Google and many other