Specced well for birght videos and big sounds and enriched with kid-friendly features that tell them to sit straight and go to bed.
Customers who are already using their Mint plans will get more high-speed data per month without paying any more than they did up front.
That 48-megapixel camera phone is finally here... and by "here," we mean China. Plus, cooling, time of flight sensing and a lot more.
For reference, that year's worth of data costs almost as much as the phone itself. And all of this comes under $200 in China.
What is Xiaomi offering with this phone that it hasn't offered with other phones? Something to do with traffic? Maybe free LTE data?
Why does China get all the good things first? Also, do you really need 12GB of RAM? You're going to want to watch this phone closely.
If you want two displays on one phone, a fingerprint sensor, an advanced facial recognition system and a way to use one camera for selfies and landscapes... this is it.
The Nokia 7 Plus was very much lauded by its owners and HMD Global hopes to follow on with a successor that can do even better for the money.
Ericsson helped with a 5G video call, HTC has a hub, Netgear has another hub and ZTE has a test phone. All of it's powered by Qualcomm.
The smartphone maker wants to be the first not only in the United Kingdom, but in the whole of Europe. It will do so with the help of BT.
If AT&T is going to carry the Galaxy S10 in the spring, it will almost certain also carry the Galaxy Note 10 in the fall.
It's here for 5G and cheer. Qualcomm has launched its latest systems-on-a-chip with a battery of artificial intelligence enhancements.
AT&T and Verizon will be 5G buddies as they launch mobile service with the Samsung phone. While some certainty is achieved, many questions remain.
The Alcatel 1X came on T-Mobile and left behind its original Android Go nature. The Alcatel 1X Evolve steps it up a tad on Metro by T-Mobile.
Huawei's youth-targeting brand is offering a $200 phone in China that has timely aspects in 2018 and some not so timely features.
Intel steps up to the plate with its cellular connectivity offering for device makers in the 5G age. But it likely won't see daylight until 2020.
That foldable Galaxy smartphone will be coming fast and furious at us, but before that, let's get to know the display that will be on it.
A Chinese-only mobile gaming hardware brand may soon expand to other markets soon with an event of some sort within the week.
olloclip isn't just making clip-on lenses for iPhones anymore. The Multi-Device Clip expands the possibilities to Android phones, too.
It's slimmer, brighter and has more intuitive design. The iPad Pro's power is also being utilized for the full Photoshop program and NBA 2K.
Flagships may slay consumers' wallets, but this chipset for smartphones will keep prices down while still packing the power in.
Two phones. One week. All in China. One for those who want to push their screens to the edges, the other for pushing games to he extreme.
New iPad Pro models are expected to show up in Brooklyn at the end of the month as well as a few new Macs. Maybe even a wireless charging pad?