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A 3D-review of the Sony KD-65XH9505 TV has been released

The thin body of the Sony KD-65XH9505 with its inconspicuous frame do not detract from your viewing pleasure. Acoustic Multi-Audio technology optimizes the sound layout to bring maximum realism to the screen. The powerful X1 Ultimate processor analyzes real-time data to improve color, contrast, and clarity.

See the Sony KD-65XH9505 TV in glorious 3D detail in this new 3D-review: Sony KD-65XH9505

3D-review of Sony Xperia 1 II released

This smartphone comes with a high-speed 6.5-inch HDR OLED 4K CinemaWide display and supports RAW format. An Alpha 9 ultra-fast autofocus camera with ZEISS optics and automatic exposure of up to 20 frames per second provides professional-quality shooting in difficult conditions.

Check out the Sony Xperia 1 II in 360° detail in this 3D-review: Sony Xperia 1 II

3D-review of Apple iPad Pro 11 2020 released

The iPad Pro 11’s edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display has no boundaries and is equipped with ProMotion and True Tone technologies for high-quality color reproduction. The A12Z Bionic octa-core processor supports the most advanced and complex games at high speed. Cameras - wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle - together with the LiDAR scanner open up new possibilities for innovative applications with augmented reality. View the Apple iPad Pro 11 2020 in 360-degree, 3D detail in this 3D-review:

Apple iPad Pro 11 2020

3D-review of Huawei P40 released

With its fingerprint-proof satin glass phone case and 6.58-inch OLED display, the P40 smartphone also comes with an eight-core HiSilicon Kirin 990 5G processor, a quad camera with fivex zoom and a 50-megapixel sensor, and support for fast wireless charging, all of which make the device a worthy representative of its class. The downside is no access to Google on the Android platform due to sanctions imposed on the company by the US. You can view the Huawei P40 Pro in glorious 3D detail in the following 3D-review

Huawei P40 Pro

COVID-19: How to sell electronics when shoppers don't go to stores

In February 2020, demand for smartphones around the world dropped by a record-breaking 38% compared to the same period for 2019. Buyers are unable or afraid to visit retail stores where the goods in front of them have quite possibly been touched by hundreds of people.

The electronics retail industry must learn how to work with the new reality of COVID-19, one in which there will be far fewer or even no retail sales. According to WHO estimates, the situation could last until mid-2021 at the very least.

Even if your shop only has a presence on the Web, please note that people will no longer be able to hold the goods you’re selling in their hands. The information they receive about the product will only be available online, so the content of your product page will be ever more important.

REVIEW3 3D-reviews gives your customers the unique opportunity to “handle” the product online in a way that neither photographs nor even video reviews can match.

As part of a worldwide deal in response to COVID-19, REVIEW3 is offering a 30% limited-period discount on the annual contract for installing REVIEW3 3D-reviews in your online electronics store.