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It's a tough market for phones with 48-megapixel cameras out there. So many of them to go around in a short time. Meizu's got its own twists and turns.
The Nokia 9 PureView gave us a clear look at a true flagship from HMD Global, but the Nokia 4.2 and others represent its roots.
Alcatel has had six of its budget phones leak out, specs and all. And we're about to learn more from the company about its smartphones at MWC 2019.
Not exactly flagship salivation as with the G8 or V50, but there are three new mid-range Android phones from LG coming to Barcelona next week.
A budget Nokia Android phone for $200 sounds pretty good to us. And it's finally up for sale. Here's how you can get yours.
ZTE has had a long and rough patch dealing with an imports ban, but it has notched its first US carrier partnership since with the R2.
It looks like a sequel to Nokia's most basic Android phone may be coming our way, perhaps in time for MWC 2019.
TCL's mobilizing its new budget phone lineup to the prepaid networks and it begins with AT&T-onwed Cricket with a modified version of the new Alcael 1X.
Redmi and Xiaomi are parting ways as two "independent" brands so that the first one can focus more on budget-friendly smartphones
It's an $80 phone with lightweight Android, a big screen, two cameras and a fingerprint sensor. Not much else you can ask for at that price.
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.
Geekbench runs show that it's running with an older 32-bit chipset and fairly baseline specs for what may be part of a $200 smartphone series.
Huawei's youth-targeting brand is offering a $200 phone in China that has timely aspects in 2018 and some not so timely features.
The Blade Max View works on Verizon while the Blade Max 2s works on Sprint. Both of them also go on GSM networks, too. And they provide value under $200.
Lightweight, catered and yet comfy. Android Pie (Go) edition will bring a few more megabytes of space to users' disks.
It has aspects of the Mi 8 SE and supposedly has a big feature grabbed right from the Mi 8 Explorer Edition. How much will it be?
This "lite" phone comes in a charming red, but is just about the same size as a regular KEY2. So, what makes it so lite? The specs? The build?
It's been thought that if students and educators weren't enticed by the Surface Laptop already would rather have this than a Chromebook or iPad.
Why doesn't it allow downloads? It would make sense for people who are on tight data plans. In any case, it's in testing right now.
Prepaid operators are concerned about wholesale data prices from the big players going up with the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile. FreedomPop wants to poke a hole in that fear.
T-Mobile has the LG G7 ThinQ, but if you can't afford what might be a $700+ phone, you may go with an LG K30 instead for a third of the price.
There's a standard version with 2GB of RAM and then there's an Android Go version — compact, cleaner and snappy. And all of this for about $100.
With an extra-tall display, though, comes the loss of the fingerprint sensor. What else is there to replace it at this price point but facial recognition?