Sources have claimed that the Korean tech giant has picked up an Israeli imaging startup with its hands on a 10x optical zoom camera for phones.
It's thin, seamless, has a big, bright, buzzing display and isn't exactly ready to be sold yet. But we'll get our first hands-on experiences at MWC 2019.
As to how many cameras the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will get on their rear sides, signs point to three. Not two, but three. And what of this RAM business?
HMD Global is expanding its second-generation smartphone line-up with what may become the Nokia 7.1 Plus outside of the country.
Google's latest Pixel phones continue a predictable hardware design language while pushing hard on software for taking and consuming media.
Motorola's mid-range series of smartphones has been popular through the years, but will it need extra firepower to make it through 2019?
The phone has a vibrant display with an eye for HDR for whatever it sees. Bothie mode lets users see from both sides. All for well under $400.
Sony fans rejoice, the Japanese company has started to make design changes and to include better features in their new Sony Xperia XA3
We have round up all of the rumors thus far given on the LG V40 ThinQ. All the big numbers you need to know about its five cameras are here!
We get another leaked render from Evan Blass of the new Razer Phone 2 that doesn't look that different from the first generation model
We've got all the numbers you need and all of the little bits and bobs that Apple glossed over when it was talking about the new iPhone Xs and iPhone Xr.
If you've seen what the iPhone X can do with its cameras, just imagine that going faster. And with more dynamic range than ever before.
Last week, the company made promises to be a better phone maker. It continued to make those promises with the launch of the Vivo XI+.
The latest device from Xiaomi is not called "Mi" at all. With software, it's not Android One, but a stock-ification of MIUI. What's up?
Want some Huawei-level photography, but can't shell out your kidney to get it? Consider the Mate 20 Lite, coming out later this month.
Two budget phones coming out of China, but the software eschews any accents of iOS and proprietary services. It's in Europe now.
The "Beyond 2" and the "Beyond 1" will both feature triple rear cameras. The entry-level "Beyond 0" may have dual rear cameras.
This new phone from China has a servo motor that brings out the camera when you need them and hides them away when you don't.
The dual camera HTC U12+ has nothing on the three-lens Huawei P20 Pro, but the "regular" P20 loses its silver medal in the DxOMark Mobile photography and videography ratings.
Speed is the game, OnePlus is the name. Will its latest Android smartphone keep up? It has 480fps video capture, a new Snapdragon 845 chip and a new storage option. All for a little more money than the OnePlus 5T.
The speakers sound like a Boombox, the screen is actually a Super Bright Display and the AI CAM is more intelligent than ever before. LG officially makes the hard sell to consumers on the LG G7 ThinQ.
If you like the dual rear-facing cameras and 6GB RAM of the Galaxy S9+, but you'd rather get them in a smaller package, the SM-G8850 could be an interesting new China-first GS9 model.
There's new intel on what will come after LG's late spring smartphone and, for the most part, it will just be a smartening of the last V-series phone.
Expected out sometime later this month in India and other emerging markets, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo doesn't look half bad on paper... for what we hope will be an ultra-affordable dual camera smartphone.
A low to mid-end Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo smartphone, carrying model number SM-J720F, is apparently in the pipeline with dual rear-facing cameras and a user-replaceable battery.