BlackBerry DTEK60 Review: Secure Android goes high-end

The very fact the BlackBerry DTEK60 even exists might seem like a Catch-22. When a company announces it’s stopping all in-house hardware design, the launch of a new smartphone might…


LG G5, six months later

What do you do when your main competition in your country of origin is beating you in every metric that counts? You try to be bold and do something different….


Pixel and Pixel XL Hands-on: Say goodbye to Nexus

Prior to the Pixel and Pixel XL’s official reveal, we knew almost everything about the Google’s upcoming phone, including its sleek iPhone-like industrial design and various technical specifications — thanks…


Moto Z Review: On the thin edge of innovation

Back in 2009, Motorola released the Milestone, one of the first truly compelling Android smartphones. Since then, the historic tech company has seen its share of highs and lows. For…


Galaxy S7 Edge, six months later

In 2016, Samsung made it clear it likes curves so much, it will basically bend its displays wherever it can. The Galaxy S7 Edge was the phone to set the…


LG V20 review: Inconsistent greatness

This is it. LG’s big opportunity. With the iPhone 7 deemed unimaginative by many and Samsung’s popular Note 7 recalled for battery explosion issues, this could be the perfect moment…


iPhone 7 review: Apple sets the stage for 2017

“Is the iPhone 7 worth upgrading to?” This is the question I’ve been asked by friends, family and MobileSyrup readers since the somewhat controversial iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus…

Note 7

Galaxy Note 7 review: Bigger is now actually better

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is the best large-sized phablet smartphone I’ve ever used, leapfrogging the iPhone 6s Plus’ industrial design in a number of impressive ways and making other large…


BlackBerry DTEK50 review: Pushing the security narrative

It’s usually not a coincidence when a company goes back to its roots, which is hardly a surprise in BlackBerry’s case. Even amidst its current malaise, BlackBerry’s image is still…


BlackBerry DTEK50 Hands-on: Repackaged, ‘secure’ Android

In an effort to reinvigorate its handset business, which is currently trudging forward on life support, BlackBerry has finally relented and released the touchscreen, Android-based phone hardcore fans of the…