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Redmi Note 9 Pro Max Hands-on – The Note 9 Pro on Steroids!

Last month, Xiaomi launched two new smartphones in its ultra-popular Redmi Note series. With this launch, they added the "Pro Max" moniker to the series, which tags the biggest and best phone in the lineup. XDA TV‘s Sandeep Sarma has the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max in hand and he shared his first impressions of...

Hands-on with the Nubia Red Magic 5G – 144Hz Gaming [Video]

Earlier this month, the Red Magic 5G was officially announced in China. This is the latest device in the growing "gaming smartphone" category. The Red Magic 5G boasts a few features that should set it apart from the competition, most notably the 144Hz refresh rate display. XDA TV's TK Bay has the device so he...

Huawei P40 Pro Hands-on [Video]

The Huawei P40 series was officially announced earlier today. This is Huawei's new photography-focused flagship series. XDA TV's TK Bay was lucky enough to get his hands on the Huawei P40 Pro. Check out his video below to get a feel for what this device has to offer! Huawei P40 Pro XDA ForumsSpecifications Huawei P40 Huawei P40 Pro Huawei...

Mophie Powerstation Go Hands-on Video

In this new XDA TV video, we go hands-on with the new mobile powerbank from Mophie. The Powerstation Go will let you charge your phone using the USB ports or the wireless charging pad at the top. You can also plug in your full-sized 65W AC devices and even use the battery to jump your...

LG V60 ThinQ Hands-on: A Solid Dual Screen Experience

LG officially took the wraps off the LG V60 ThinQ earlier today. As with the previously launched LG G8X ThinQ and LG V50 ThinQ, this device also supports LG's Dual Screen attachment. XDA TV's TK Bay had a chance to take a look at this device before launch to give you his first impressions of...

Hands-on with the Honor V30 Pro 5G [VIDEO]

The Honor V30 Pro was announced back in November as the company's latest flagship device. The phone is only available in China right now, but we expect a global launch (as the Honor View 30) to be announced at MWC. XDA TV's TK Bay got his hands on the 5G model ahead of the global...

How to use Adoptable Storage on the NVIDIA Shield TV (2019) [VIDEO]

The NVIDIA Shield TV (streaming stick) is one of the best Android TV devices on the market. It has 4K AI upscaling with Dolby Vision along with NVIDIA's own gaming apps. One of the only big issues with the new Shield TV is its storage capacity. It only has 8GB of storage, which NVIDIA says...

Honor 9X Revisited: A New Phone with a Familiar Name [VIDEO]

The Honor 9X and 9X Pro were launched in China earlier this year with impressive specs. Now, the Honor 9X is being launched in Russia and will soon be coming to the Netherlands. However, despite having the same name, this is a different phone altogether. XDA TV's TK Bay took a look at this new...

Honor Band 5 vs Fitbit Inspire HR – Budget Fitness Tracker Showdown [Video]

Earlier this month, Adam Conway compared a few of the top fitness trackers on the market right now. The Honor Band 5 is one of the newer entries and the Fitbit Inspire HR is one of the top offerings from arguably the most popular fitness wearable maker. Adam put these two devices head-to-head in a...

Nubia Z20 Hands-on: Dual-Screens in a Different Way [Video]

Dual-screen phones were a big talking point this week thanks to, surprisingly, Microsoft. They showed off the Surface Duo, which features two displays connected by a 360-degree hinge. The Nubia Z20 is another dual-screen phone, but it takes a very different approach. XDA TV's TK Bay unboxed the phone and showed off how it works. There...

OnePlus 7T Camera Overview – Still Thrice as Nice [Video]

The OnePlus 7T was officially announced this week and we were lucky enough to get our hands on it early. We already posted our initial review of the device, and now we're going more in-depth on the camera alone. There's not just one camera, of course. The OnePlus 7T has triple rear cameras like the...

The Lepow 15.6-inch portable monitor works perfectly with your smartphone

Smartphone screens are getting quite big, but to some, they're not big enough. As smartphones begin to replace laptops, there needs to be a way to use your phone in a laptop-style form factor. That's where a portable monitor comes in, with the idea being that you can then use your phone on a much...