The Motorola Moto C was one of the silent Moto releases of 2017. Although it is at one of the lowest price points for budget phones, is the Moto C worth it? In the post, we'll have a look at the features of the Moto C.
Bands, Screen, Cameras
Bands: The Moto C has access to all the current 3G bands in Australia, and also the major 4G bands as well. This allows the Moto C to access the fast 4G bands for excellent browsing, and also makes the Moto C a great futureproof phone.
Screen: The Moto C has a 5 inch screen which is a 480 x 854 pixel display. While this isn't the largest screen and the largest resolution in the market,
On first look, the LG Q6 looks just like their latest flagship, the LG G6. But unlike the G6, LG Q6 is not a flagship phone, it is a budget phone. But does the LG Q6 still have enough to offer to make it an attractive purchase? In this post, we'll have a look at all the features of the LG Q6.
Body and Screen
The LG Q6 has a 5.5 inch Full-Vision display that has a similar look to the LG Q6, at 1080 x 2160 pixels and 18:9 aspect ratio. LG are known for fitting great displays on their phones, and
The HTC One X10 was released by HTC in 2017, and promises long battery life, excellent build quality and many more. How does it fare in all the features and is it worth it for the price? In the post, we'll have a look.
First of all, lets jump right into looking at the battery life. In a day and age where most phones are only able to last one day, anything above that is considered excellent, and the HTC One X10 ticks that box. HTC has promised 'Up to 2 days of use' and that should be the case for light to medium users, as many reviews have attested for. Heavy users who usually struggle to make their phone last the day should be able to more easily last the day. For comparison,