YugaTech’s 10 Most Read Gadget Reviews in 2018
2018 is about to end in a few days, so before we welcome the New Year, we looked back at our reviews and checked which ones were read the most. Here are our most read gadget reviews in 2018.
236,971 pageviews. Huawei did a fine job last year on the Nova 2i by packing a mid-range smartphone with above average specs then sell it at a very competitive price point. They used the same formula with the Nova 3i but gave the hardware and design a significant bump.
98,287 pageviews. The OPPO A83 may have a different name but its roots stretch out to the F5 family. It has a large 5.7-inch Full Screen display in a small yet slim body, good performance for its class, decent cameras with A.I. Beautification technology, Face Unlock, and a long battery life.
94,695 pageviews. The ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (M1) is a great smartphone, thanks to its vibrant display with good color reproduction, powerful CPU and GPU, Pure Android experience, and large battery capacity with impressive batt life. It certainly redeemed the series by providing one of the best price-to-performance ratios in its segment.
92,916 pageviews. The OPPO A3s definitely proved to be a good traveling companion and for having an above average viewing experience. OPPO did a great job with the device’s build, display, performance, and battery life but, the RAM and internal storage capacities are a big deal for us.
86,950 pageviews. The Nova 2i Review, although reviewed last year, was still sought after in 2018 which is understandable considering its competitive specs and multiple price cuts it received. The Nova 2i is still one of the best mid-range smartphones in its price category.
67,032 pageviews. The Huawei Y6 2018 has its imperfections but for an entry-level smartphone, its specs are competitive. While its performance is average, the good viewing experience, camera quality, and face unlock capabilities are what it makes the device unique than the other smartphones out in the market. This device is one of our recommended smartphones if users are tight on budget.
66,684 pageviews. The Pocophone F1 became a wakeup call not just for consumers but for other smartphone brands as well. Here is a device that delivers flagship performance, feels good, doesn’t have a lot of fancy features or tech, but is offered at a price that we normally see in mid-range devices. For plenty of users, this is a big win, and definitely not overpriced. For some smartphone brands, it kind of ruined a lot of things.
63,215 pageviews. The Huawei P20 Lite is like the mix of the old and the new. It has the same Kirin 659 chipset, RAM, and storage capacity as the Nova 2i, but with a new design and premium build. It has a good, high-resolution display which is perfect for watching movies and viewing photos. If you like taking photos, the dual rear cameras and selfie camera are up to the task.
59,210 pageviews. The OPPO F9 feels more like a refinement of the F7 than a successor, but that is not to say that they are negligible. The new waterdrop screen, prettier design, increased RAM, updated OS, dual rear cameras, and a larger battery with VOOC Flash Charge, are very welcome improvements.
59,182 pageviews. The Huawei Nova 2 Lite is shaping up to be a strong contender for its class at Php9,990. It has a large display, dual-rear cameras, Face Unlock, and Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. It’s going to face strong competition though as there are other good smartphones out there in the same price range. Still, the Nova 2 Lite can capture the attention of consumers thanks to its respectable performance, good design, and promising set of cameras.
Looking at our top 10, the list is dominated with smartphone reviews with half of it coming from Huawei, followed by OPPO, Pocophone, and ASUS. 2019 will surely bring more in the table and we’re excited to give you the most comprehensive reviews as possible.