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Purportedly priced at a reasonable €230 in Europe, the Alcatel 5 is coming soon with razor-thin screen bezels, dual front-facing cameras and Android 8.0 Oreo.
On this week's show: a smartphone-laptop hybrid from Razer could come to market as a show of the company's newfound dedication to mobile. Plus, is LG going to be releasing a phone this year?
We may be getting a little ahead of ourselves here, but it's possible Xiaomi will stop by Barcelona next month for a Mi 7 MWC 2018 launch.
As cellular networks have laid out plans to upgrade to 5G technology late this year or in 2019, a phone maker from China is calling out its ambition to be first in the US with a 5G-capable device.
Samsung's long-in-development first foldable smartphone is inching closer and closer to a commercial release, stopping by Vegas recently for a secret demo.
The modular smartwatch project took a year to rejigger itself for 2018 while Planet Computers is hoping for some success with its technostalgia product.
New rugged phones, new Bluetooth headsets and new... well, new everything else that Lenovo does. CES 2018 has filled to the brim with products we want to give you a quick look at!
Five mobile technology geeks. One table. 60 minutes to podcast. CES 2018. From laptops to drones to smartphones and AI, we talk about it all.
The CES 2018-unveiled Sony Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra and L2 don't look half bad for "high mid-range" and mid-range Android phones, as shown in our hands-on video from Las Vegas.
We tried out the world's first "full-production" smartphone with on-display fingerprint recognition at CES 2018, and the biometric sensor was surprisingly fast.
LG doesn't want to launch new smartphones "just because other rivals do" anymore, planning a smaller, more streamlined product portfolio. But what are the LG Icon and Iconic?
Not entirely new, Inspero's Vinci 2.0 standalone smart wireless headphones made a CES 2018 appearance to remind us they're shipping soon... and can do a bunch of exciting things.
The self-contained Oculus Go headset is actually manufactured by Xiaomi, as announced at CES 2018, and a China-exclusive equivalent called Mi VR Standalone is also in the pipeline.
Time to go hands-on with a very unlikely CES 2018 headline grabber, the convolutedly named Asus ZenFone Max Plus M1, priced at $229 for a February US launch.
Until OnePlus can "experiment" with official US carrier support, the unlocked OnePlus 6 is probably coming in June, definitely packing a Snapdragon 845 SoC.
Whether you choose to call it a Google Assistant touch screen speaker or smart display, the CES 2018-showcased LG WK9 is yet another major Amazon Echo Show threat.
The odds of seeing the Huawei Mate 10 or Mate 10 Pro officially released on Verizon anytime soon are slim, to say the least, reportedly due to "political pressure."
Nowhere near as exciting as Lenovo's many laptops, tablets, VR products and "smart display" unveiled at CES 2018, these two new Moto Mods still deserve a little attention.
Gaming-focused computer veteran Razer has made a habit of demonstrating ambitious, droolworthy or just outright crazy concepts at major trade shows like CES, so we can’t say we’re shocked to see Project Linda aiming to bridge the gap between mobile devices and laptops this year.
After all, the Singaporean-founded company has made quite a few waves with its smartphone-making debut not long ago, and the Android laptop dream is one many of us expected to be realized by now.
Well, there hasn’t been a better time to try than in this day and [...]
The Miix 630 is by no means Lenovo's flashiest laptop unveiled at CES 2018, but it's relatively affordable and "always connected." Meanwhile, the new ThinkPad X1 Series is mind-blowingly powerful.
In-display fingerprint recognition technology is "ready to produce", although we still don't know much else about Vivo's groundbreaking smartphone demoed at CES 2018.
The confirmation for the Samsung Galaxy S9 launch comes from DJ Koh, president of Samsung's mobile business. It doesn't get any more official than this, and according to DJ Koh, the launch of the company's first flagship for the year will happen at a major trade show in February.
After AT&T reportedly called off the deal with Huawei to carry its Mate 10 Pro flagship -- a deal that should have been announced at Huawei's CES keynote -- the Chinese smartphone manufacturer announced that the phone will be coming to the US anyways.