The phone has just been announced with a great bevy of features and hardware. We got to test it out over the past 24 hours. Here's our story.
Samsung has decided to take a major leap in its second convertible Windows tablet by moving to an ARM-based processor and an always-on LTE modem.
We were in a small tent inside the Javits Convention Center looking at a mobile cinematographer's dream... in pre-pre-pre-release mode.
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?
Samsung's got a statement to make in the latter half of 2018. The Galaxy S9 was a quiet upgrade, so we're bound to listen this time, right? Take a look.
Samsung's new Galaxy Tab S4 has a few innovative tricks up its sleeve! Take a look at our Hands-on for a quick peek at what this new tablet will offer.
The Chinese manufacturer is showing off a pretty impressive flagship that Apple or Samsung have yet to match. We give our first take on the vivo NEX!
Join us in witnessing the "rebirth of an icon", as we spend a little quality time with the newly unveiled BlackBerry KEY2 touchscreen/keyboard hybrid.
The Moto Z3 Play was just announced. Read on to see our quick initial hands-on and first impressions, as well as our hands-on gallery, specs, and more.
The LG v35 ThinQ for AT&T was just announced. Check out our quick hands-on look at this new LG flagship phone that's comparable to the LG G7.
The HTC U12+ has truly been the tech world's worst kept secret, but our hands-on experience with the phone goes to show you don't need surprises to be left impressed.
Signing up for it on my phone was easy, the gestures were, for the most part, intuitive and I was saving power from all the new algorithmic features on Android P. And this is a beta version.
It's an Android speed demon that's been taking some fine pictures for our Instagram feed the past couple of weeks. So, how does our trial run of the OnePlus 6 leave us impressed?
The Vivo V9 is not just another iPhone X clone. It's very affordable too. And it has a few neat things going for it, which are pretty obvious from a first glance.
Yes, we spend more time focusing on the Huawei P20 Pro than the "regular" P20 in our exclusive hands-on video preview of the Chinese company's newest flagship phones. But can you blame us?
Croatian smartphone manufacturer NOA didn’t just bring its notched N10 prototype handset to MWC 2018. The company also launched two more design-savvy, ultra-widescreen, dual-camera phones, the mid-range N7 and lower-end N1.
Where do smaller players come into the fold at the industry's largest annual trade show? We connect some of the dots in this bonus video!
You probably haven’t heard of NOA smartphones before, but you should have. This Croatian company sells affordable, premium-looking, feature-packed, mid-range handsets in Croatia and several other eastern European countries. Today we look at the NOA N10.
Love or hate Sony's new flagship smartphone design direction, at least the Xperia XZ2 looks different. It's chunky, but curvy. It has no jack, but it compensates with a great screen.
The ZenFone 5 Lite, aka 5Q, is the only one of three new handsets unveiled by Asus at MWC 2018 that snubs the notch trend. It also has a grand total of four cameras. Not too shabby.
The Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact is unapologetically thick, made (primarily) of plastic, and it also lacks a headphone jack. But it's a great little phone all in all, with a Snapdragon 845 SoC and 5-inch FHD+ screen.
The Nokia 8 Sirocco looks and feels outstanding in the hand, even though it does not pack Qualcomm's latest flagship SoC. In comparison, the Nokia 7 Plus isn't exactly gorgeous, but it's a fairly well-balanced mid-ranger.
The ZTE Blade V9 is one of the lower-profile smartphones unveiled at MWC 2018 so far, although an eye-catching "Aurora Glass" build and robust spec sheet definitely make it worthy of a little attention.