LG, Sony, Nokia, Huwaei, Xiaomi, OnePlus, vivo, Energizer and ZTE will be bringing phones to MWC 2019 that we will be talking about. Here's our rumor trail!
There are three main Galaxy S10 variants, then there's the 5G version (or two), and then a completely unrelated foldable phone! Let's unpack the details.
Meizu and vivo push their buttons. Also on our show, Motorola and Xiaomi are pushing foldables forward and a look to what we want at MWC 2019.
If tech companies want to make smartphones that can flex and bend, they can't be using brittle glass to front their displays.
Is Motorola really serious when it talks about a $1,500 foldable phone that looks like an unsteady prop for its old and abused RAZR legacy? We think so.
We discuss the major downturn in iPhone sales plus rank the best and worst trends to happen to a smartphone in 2019 all on this week's show!
It certainly looks like a Xiaomi foldable phone in testing, but we'll never really know until we see a real-life product.
We are wrapping up the year in mobile tech news from Apple's battery throttling bungle to the nightmare and adrenaline rush that was Techtober!
The folding phone, an entirely different device, will be late to arrive as well. And the early part of the year will see a mid-ranger take hold.
While an Andromeda folding phone might seem like the perfect thing for Microsoft in 2019, it may trial a dual-screen notebook first.
The Galaxy F gets a few new views while an iPhone X explodes after a software update. Also on our show, why you should buy a Mac Mini and iPad Pro together.
Samsung lays the path toward its first foldable smartphone in 2019. Also, more notches where they shouldn't be and the measure of Apple's success.
Evan Blass reports that CES could punctuate its CES 2019 keynote event with a bombshell of a product launch. And LG won't deny it.
Huawei CEO Richard Yu sat down for an interview and talked about the future of the company as well as the Huawei foldable smartphone.
The number of foldable patents filed exploded with manufacturers trying to find a way to overcome industry hardware limitations for smartphones.
Samsung and Huawei are racing to see which of the two companies gives us the first foldable display smartphone.
Samsung may be considering a new name for its new foldable device, the Samsung Galaxy F, that may come with a pretty large price tag
For the longest time, smartphone makers have used glass to protect the underlying display from damage. Could plastic be the future?
Samsung is rumored to have plotted out general launch dates for its most flexible smartphone yet and its next spring flagship.
That's more than what was originally reported a week ago and some company blabbers are excited for the orders. So, what's next? A foldable iPhone?
Patent art on a recently published foldable phone concept from LG shows a hinge system with pen tip-like skaters and positioning chambers.
In addition to a flexible screen expected to start "pilot" production this summer, that mythical first foldable Samsung phone could also use a curved cell.
It's convertible, foldable and could come with a stylus. It could also be canceled at any moment. But Microsoft could "blur" the lines of computing again.