LG V30S is same same but different

After announcing that it will no longer be releasing its flagship smartphone on a yearly schedule, LG has expectedly released an improved version of the LG V30. Called the LG V30S ThinQ (???), the phone now comes with voice and visual artificial intelligence (AI), more RAM, storage and color options. The AI CAM recognises the subjects in the frame and automatically recommends the best shooting among the eight pre-set categories: portrait, food, pet, landscape, city, flower, sunrise, and sunset. The machine-learning system has already been trained on 100 million images to provide…

Sony Mobile launches Xperia XA2 Ultra in Singapore

Announced at the Consumer Electronic Show 2018, 2018, Sony Mobile Communications Singapore is finally bringing the Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra to Singapore. Focusing on selfies, the Sony Xperia XA2 features dual front cameras. A 16MP camera with optical image stabilisation and night portrait flash gives you blur-free high-resolution shots even at night while another 8MP super wide selfie camera gives you 120° shots with Smart Selfie Flash. For the rear camera, Sony is boasting a 23MP camera with a large 1/2.3” Exmor RSTM for ultra high ISO (12800), 4K movie recording and 120fps…

Difference between DJI Osmo Mobile Vs Osmo Mobile 2

Mention handheld smartphone gimbal and chances are the name DJI Osmo mobile will pop up. Yes, DJI, the leader in consumer drones is also in the business of manufacturing gimbals. The DJI Osmo Mobile was launched late 2016 and slightly more than a year later, DJI followed up with the Osmo Mobile 2, a cheaper, lighter version of the original Osmo Mobile. So what are the main differences between the original Osmo Mobile and Mobile 2? Battery The original Osmo Mobile is powered by the 980mAh Osmo Intelligent Battery (that cost…

Google Home Mini Review

The Google Home Mini is Google’s second attempt in bringing its smart voice assistant into your home. The first being the larger Google Home that retailed at a higher price point of USD$129 (SGD$171). The Home Mini as its name suggest is the smaller and more compact version of the Google Home. Together with the Home Max (the largest and most expensive speaker in the line-up), Google is offering consumers a smart speaker at a variety of prices in different form factor and colours. It’s hard to ignore how attractive…