While the Redmi 8 is a great phone, it's overshadowed by the Redmi Note 8 and undercut by the 8A
Despite the always-on display, the Series 5 doesn't give veteran users much of a reason to upgrade
It may not be the best at everything it does, but Redmi Note 8 Pro raises the overall performance bar in the midrange segment.
The Moto E6s is worth buying if you want plenty of storage on a budget, but there are better options.
Music is well-rounded, but bass is a bit boomy and the sound is a little flat overall.
The HyperX Cloud Earbuds is great for online multiplayer games that’s also comfortable for long gaming sessions.
An improved, neater and clutter-free UI can bring the Redmi 8A close to perfect in this price category.
The Alienware Area-51m is a partially future-proof gaming desktop replacement that doesn't compromise on performance.
Amazfit GTR may not be the most feature-rich watch around but it does pack enough useful features at an attractive price tag.
Dual-screen laptops are no longer science fiction, but they're still too early to go mainstream.
The OnePlus 7T Pro just got more powerful, carrying the same amazing display as the 7 Pro and an improved camera.
The Moto One Macro is a sensible purchase but the company needs to step up its game to stay relevant.
The iPhone 11 is easily the best choice for most people, but if you care about display or design, skip it.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max is a great upgrade option for those coming from the iPhone X or earlier generations.
Mi TV 4X 50 is not perfect but is significantly better than its predecessor that sells for the same price
Great software experience and flashy design aside, I believe that users will find no extra value in the Nokia 7.2.
The OnePlus 7T performs brilliantly as a mainstream smartphone with a great camera at an impressive price.
It's not often that you come across a sane, unpretentious laptop that you can recommend without hesitation.
There are better performing phones out there, but none with a a quad cam or 20x zoom in this price.
The ROG Phone II is a specced monster with unique features that manages to take down the OnePlus 7T