Tristan Rayner

Tristan Rayner is a feature writer and works primarily with Android Authority's European team.

Tristan's Posts

One big reason not to buy the LG V40 right now

The LG V40 ThinQ costs $900, but probably not for long.
by Tristan RaynerOctober 5, 2018

Red Hydrogen One: What we know so far (Update: Further delays)

There are still a few lingering questions regarding Red's Hydrogen One, but the Android Enterprise website holds a few answers.
by Tristan RaynerOctober 3, 2018

We asked, you told us: Your vote for smartphone color isn’t a color at all

This week's poll asked what was your smartphone color preference, and 40,000 of you voted for... not a color?
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 29, 2018

We asked, you told us: Google just keeps taking over, including weather apps

This week's poll asked: "What’s your favorite weather app?" Google won. Again.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 22, 2018
 
 

We asked, you told us: Yes, you do care about DxOMark rankings

This week's poll asked if you care about DxOMark numbers. And you do, you guys really do.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 15, 2018

Pocophone brings us the post-OnePlus era: Speed, value, and not much more

Pocophone's fast, affordable, and unusually unpolished Poco F1 takes us to the next stage in smartphones.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 11, 2018

We asked, you told us: Your favorite podcast app is hard to nail down

This week we asked what your favorite podcast app was - and your responses were really unexpected.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 8, 2018

Nubia Alpha: IFA’s most innovative smartphone was a flexible OLED hybrid watch

The Nubia Alpha at IFA 2018 gave us a little view of the future, and it's going on sale before long.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 5, 2018

LG G7 One hands-on: Android One, but one stripped down device

LG's G7 One stuffs stripped down internals and simplistic software into the G7 body. Can a cheaper G7 see success on the market?
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 4, 2018

We asked, you told us: Your favorite ever Android release is changing

This week's poll lathered itself in the fanfare of Android Pie, and just which Android release was your favorite.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 2, 2018
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