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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 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.
It doesn't take long for the brand-new Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S to leave a lasting impression on a reviewer, although our full analysis of the phone is not done yet.
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?
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.
It's way too early to conclude the Samsung Galaxy S9+ is the best smartphone money can buy in 2018, but it's not too early to say the dual camera powerhouse looks crazy good at a first glance, both inside and out.
We're going hands-on at MWC 2018 with the slightly less impressive Samsung Galaxy S9 variant, featuring a single rear-facing camera (with Dual Aperture), as well as 4GB RAM.
The Huawei MateBook X Pro may not have rained on Samsung's Galaxy S9 parade too much, but our MWC 2018 hands-on preview proves it definitely deserves a little attention.
The 8.4 and 10.8-inch Huawei MediaPad M5 (Pro) tablets are strutting their stuff at MWC 2018 in Barcelona, looking as good as Android slates come these days.
Here they are, the budget-friendly Alcatel 1X, 3, 3X, 3V and 5 in the flesh at MWC 2018, complete with 18:9 screens, fingerprint sensors and great bang for buck.
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.
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.
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 [...]
CES 2018 hasn't officially kicked off yet, but we've already managed to spend some one-on-one time with both the high-end Honor View10 and snazzy red mid-range Honor 7X.