Huawei Mate 20 X – REVIEW

Huawei has had a final year to frame. To its standard high-end models must be added the Mate 20 family, which was completed with one of the most amazing smartphones of the year: the Huawei Mate 20 X. In this terminal the screen of more than 7 inches is the great protagonist. At Xataka we have already tried the largest of Huawei’s phones. How far will your 5000 mAh battery go? We tell you below.   A smartphone to enjoy Huawei has not wanted to risk when it comes to…

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Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) – REVIEW

  Each time it takes less to get the innovations to the ranges that are below the high, and Samsung seems to be betting strongly with this. One of his cards, perhaps his ace up his sleeve, is a smartphone with four rear cameras, twice as many as his flagships, and we show him in this analysis of the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018). PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT:  162.5 x 77 x 7.8 mm, 183 grams SCREEN Super AMOLED:  6.3 inches RESOLUTION:  Full HD + (1.080 x 2.220 px) Octa Core…

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Palm Phone – REVIEW

We had not heard about Palm for a long time. The company famous for its PDAs fell into oblivion many years ago, and it was not until 2015 that it returned to the fray when TCL, a Chinese multinational that owns Alcatel, bought the brand. Two years of silence broke when in 2017 the possibility was mentioned that the firm would come back with an Android phone, a “Pepito”. That device has become reality today, and the truth is that it is not a mobile as such. Palm’s “mobile” (which…

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iPhone XS – REVIEW

It is not the largest, it is not the cheapest, it is the intermediate option of the triple proposal of the Cupertino for 2018. It runs out of those claims but integrates the maximum in Apple hardware for mobile devices, and we have put it to the test thoroughly in our analysis of the iPhone XS. Although the intermediate refers only to the price and little else, because in reality now is the smallest of the iPhone and is one on one with the iPhone XS Max except on screen.…

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Iphone X – REVIEW

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The new Apple phone, which has an entry price of U$D 999 and went on sale on November 3, may not have the same task as the first-born phone of the apple to revolutionize the market and encourage the use of touch screen. But it does have an unprecedented obligation: to make users feel comfortable using their face as an authentication method. This is because the iPhone X no longer has the fingerprint reader or Start button. Now, every time you try to unlock it, the phone will analyze your…

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