When you hold the Huawei Watch in your hand for the first time, you immediately witness the hard-work Huawei is putting in trying to break away from the “cheap and affordable brand” tag.
Everything from the build quality to the screen of the watch screams”premium”. It immediately tries to hypnotize you into buying a gadget that you probably want more than you really need. Continue reading “Huawei Watch Review”
Some people love the iPhone. They may not even know why, but they do. And that’s okay! In the complexity of life, they don’t need to waste one second answering the question: Which phone shall I buy next?
But for the rest of us, choosing a phone can be either very exciting or stressful, depending on how we approach technology in general.
Anyone considering buying the S7 edge probably belongs to one of these two categories:
Continue reading “3 Months of Samsung Galaxy S7 edge”
When Samsung Pay went live in the US and South Korea, it amassed more than 5 million registered users and over US$ 1 billion transactions within 6 months of it’s launch.
It is slowly, but surely, following Apple Pay around the world and has since been released in China, Spain and Australia. On the 17th of June 2016, it launched in Singapore as well. Ever since it’s launch, I’ve been testing it with every credit card machine I can find, to see if I can finally do away with my thick wallet and plastic cards. Continue reading “5 Most important questions about Samsung pay”