Review

Honor 7 review: A nice balance of price and performance
HONOR, a sub-brand of Huawei Technologies’ consumer group, is one of the recent Chinese names which has succeeded in replicating Xiaomi’s strategy, selling high-quality smartphones at low prices, exclusively through online channels.  
Lenovo Vibe Shot Review: Compact camera ambitions
The days for compact cameras are clearly numbered, with many smartphone models incorporating  the same type of imaging sensors found in point-and-shoot cameras, producing similar levels of image quality. Chinese technology giant Lenovo is taking that a step further, not just in terms of delivering a smartphone that has the design trappings of a compact camera – such as a physical shutter button and a hardware switch between auto and manual options. Keith Liu reviews the Lenovo Vibe Shot.
5 smartphones with monster batteries
Smartphones have undeniably become better, faster and cheaper over the last few years, but one thing hasn’t changed that much – battery life. Here then are 5 smartphones that come with monster batteries, so you no longer have to worry about your device running out of juice before the day is through.  
HP Pavilion x2 (2015) review: More tablet than notebook with this 2-in-1
HP made big news this week thanks to its split into Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc, so it’s also quite timely that we review the HP Pavilion x2, which can basically er… split in two, since it’s one of those new-fangled 2-in-1s which many people are interested in these days.
ZTE Axon Elite Review: Design grates but cameras impress
Chinese telecom giant takes a big leap into the premium smartphone segment with the Axon Elite.  Does it have what it takes to compete with the big boys?  Find out in this review by Chong Jinn Xiung.
Sony Xperia M5 Review: A splashing good time
Sony Mobile's Xperia M5 is out in the market barely six months after its predecessor the Xperia M4 Aqua.  Does this dual SIM, waterproof and high megapixel camera smartphone offer anything new? Read the review as the DNA Test team put it through its paces.
HTC One E9+ Review: Could this be the One even without the Desire?
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC may not be in the best shape business-wise, but one cannot deny the company’s smartphones have its fair share of fans worldwide, whether for the premium One series or the mid-tier Desire range. DNA editor Keith Liu reviews the company's most recent premium mid-range handset, the dual SIM HTC One E9+.
Review: Master your mugshots with the Asus ZenFone Selfie
Ever felt the need to improve your selfie game?  Asus ZenFone Selfie seems to have the answer with a 13 MP front camera.  Keith Liu reviews this affordable Android smartphone.
Ambi Climate smartens up your air-conditioning
Just in time to beat the haze, Chong Jinn Xiung tests out the Ambi Climate, a crowdfunded smart device that takes air-conditioners to the smartphone age.
Samsung’s Galaxy A8 sports a slender body with big features
SAMSUNG Mobile has extended its presence in the ultra-competitive mid-range segment of the market with its Galaxy A series of smartphones that kicked off with the release of the A7 last year. It was a fashion-oriented approach and came with a price tag significantly below its Galaxy S and Note cousins.  This year’s Galaxy A8 follows much of the playbook from the original Galaxy A7 with updated hardware to meet current standards. Look and Feel 
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