Meet the BLU F91 5G, the company's first 5G budget smartphone. For $249, the F91 5G features a massive 5,000mAh battery with support for wireless charging, 6.8-inch Full HD+ display, quad camera system and octa-core processor with 128GB storage and 8GB RAM. What's not great to see, however, is the fact that it's only available for GSM carriers (not including AT&T or Cricket) and it comes running Android 11 with an outdated security patch. Do you think the BLU F91 5G is worth it?
The BLU G91 Max is the company's first budget flagship of 2022. For $249, it offers one of the most appealing price-to-spec ratios we've ever seen. Some of the features include a 6.8-inch FHD+ display, MediaTek 2.0GHz octa-core processor with 8GB RAM, quad camera array, 5,000mAh battery with wireless charging support, and microSD card slot for expandable storage. Oh, and how could we not mention it includes a 3.5mm headphone port? Check out our unboxing and review to learn more!
These are five of our favorite Android and iOS apps of November 2021. Which app is your favorite?
The G91 Pro is BLU's latest budget-friendly smartphone to hit Amazon. For $249, the G91 Pro offers a 6.7-inch Full HD+ display, MediaTek Helio G90 octa-core processor with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, quad camera array, 5,000mAh battery and Android 11. It also has a handful of features you typically don't see in devices in this price range, such as wireless charging, a microSD card slot for expandable storage, and a headphone jack. Did we mention it also comes with a wall adapter IN THE BOX? If you're in the market for a new sub-$300 smartphone for GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, it's hard to go wrong with the G91 Pro.
We review the DBPower 1080P Wi-Fi projector to help you determine if it's worth the $200-300 asking price. What we've found is that it features an ample number of ports for connecting a Roku and/or gaming console, supports USB Flash Drives and AirPlay Screen Mirroring, and can cast content at up to 300-inches. If you plan on using it in a well-lit room, or a room without the ability to control the lighting, you may be disappointed in picture quality. However, in dark environments it performs well and provides an experience many TVs simply cannot offer.
We review the Smart Light Bars from Govee. These lights are sure to spice up your studio or gaming setup. Each light features 6 customizable LEDs that can be programmed via the app or adjusted with Alexa, Google Assistant, and even Siri.
These are five of the best new Android apps to hit the Play Store during the month. Which app is your favorite?
Let's talk about all the leaks and rumors surrounding Samsung's upcoming foldable smartphones: the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3. These will be debuting in place of the Galaxy Note 21, which won't be launched this year.
Apple doesn't make the best keyboard case for the iPad Pro; Logitech does. It's called the Logitech Combo Touch Keyboard Case and not only is it cheaper than Apple's Smart Keyboard, but it features backlit keys, a rigid kickstand, and all-around protection for the iPad Pro. If you're like me and need a keyboard to make your iPad useable, you're going to want to look into this Logitech keyboard.
There's a lot to like about the TCL 20 Pro 5G if you value hardware features. It supports 5G for T-Mobile (and Verizon's "low band" network coming soon), a headphone jack, IR blaster for controlling your TV, microSD card slot for expandable storage, and wireless charging. There's also a total of four camera sensors and a massive 6.67-inch AMOLED FHD+ display. How do you think the 20 Pro 5G stacks up against the competition?
The Aukey PowerTitan 300 is a beast of a portable battery pack that will keep all of your devices fully charged wherever you go. Whether you're camping, going on a road trip, or just preparing for the apocalypse, a battery pack like this will seriously come in handy. The PowerTitan 300 features 288Wh of battery juice with 2x 110V AC outlets, 3x USB ports, 2x 12V DC outputs and a 60W USB-C port for quick charging. It's expensive, coming in at around $250, but could absolutely be worth it to help keep the music playing and lights shining.
The latest version of iPadOS has some incredibly appreciated new features that make using the iPad way more enjoyable. It still has a ways to go before it can get me to ditch my MacBook Pro, but iPadOS 15 gets it one step closer to achieving that goal. Which feature of iPadOS 15 is your favorite?
The StudioCaddy from Kensington will dock and charge all your Apple products. It features two Qi wireless charging pads for your AirPods and iPhone, a cradle for your iPad and MacBook, and USB-C and USB-A ports to charge your additional Apple products, such as an Apple Watch. For $179, the StudioCaddy isn't cheap but its charging abilities and premium build materials could certainly justify its price.
We recap the recent Windows 11 event and break down all the big new features coming in Microsoft's next operating system. Some of the improvements include a completely redesigned Start Menu, support for Android apps, and new Snap Layouts. Which feature is your favorite?
We recap all the biggest announcements made at Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Some of the announcements include FaceTime Links, support for IDs and driver's licenses in the Wallet app, widgets for the homescreens in iPadOS 15, and Universal Control across all your devices via macOS Monterey. Which feature is your favorite?
Apple's Tile-like item tracker is official, allowing you to track your keys, wallet, backpack and more. For $29, or $99 for a 4-pack, the Apple AirTag would be a great accessory to have if you frequently have trouble locating your items.