Samsung Galaxy A90 may come to China first, Europe later

Recent rumors limited the Galaxy A90’s launch to China for a limited time, but here’s a reminder: it’s coming to Europe.

Triple-camera Samsung Galaxy A60 also has in-display fingerprint sensor

Samsung is bolstering its “Premium B” series of Android smartphones with a few more phones with more cameras and sharper tech.

MediaTek launches Helio P70 chipset for “New Premium” phones

Flagships may slay consumers’ wallets, but this chipset for smartphones will keep prices down while still packing the power in.

Firmware betrays existence of LG Q9 with a few specs

A few key specs have come out about this upcoming LG mid-ranger, but we don’t exactly know what it will look like just yet.

Russian HTC Desire 12 specs leaked in box design

It’s nothing spectacular, but with some more evidence piled on, it’s also becoming clear that the HTC Desire 12 will be real.

Huawei P smart to debut on Vodafone UK next month

It’s a transfer of the Enjoy 7S phone that launched in China in December and a mid-range exclusive for the red carrier. All details will come in February.

Galaxy A5, A7 may get reformatted to Galaxy A8, A8+ (2018)

The specs are the same as before, but the names may strike closer to the Galaxy S-series’ number. It’ll be interesting to see the spin on this.

Samsung Pay may soon spread as promised to lower-end devices

Samsung’s pretty satisfied with its new mobile payments system that it’s worked…

HTC One A9 leaked as mid-ranger with Snapdragon 617, not Helio X20

The slow burn and churn at HTC has produced a series of…

Q2 global smartphone sales report: mid-rangers not too hot

Year-to-date, we have covered ten mid-range smartphones, depending on how you define…

LeTV claims it has sold one million smartphones faster than any other new OEM

Achievements with caveats come quite often in this industry. While not on…

The ASUS ZenFone 2 shouldn’t be six phones

The ASUS ZenFone 2 is the best smartphone in the company’s lineup…
banking on mid-rangers

Why do so many smartphone makers seem to be banking on mid-rangers?

These days, mid-range phones seem to be just as capable as the flagships. Could that be why manufacturers are banking on mid-rangers?