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It was the most popular iPhone and also the most popular smartphone in the continent in the fourth quarter of 2018, continuing a long streak.
It's not just Papaya Orange that makes this OnePlus 6T different from the rest: there's more memory and even faster charging than ever before.
The largest ticket seller in the world has linked up with its latest voice assistant, Samsung's own Bixby. Galaxy Note 9 users can now buy tickets.
OPPO said that the Find X would be the first phone available to customers in Europe and North America. The United States is a part of North America, but...
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.
It's more affordable than Samsung's Galaxy Note 8, but it's more than just a cheapo budget device with surround sound, a larger, sharper display and more.
For obvious reasons, the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are not coming (officially) to the US. But they're already up for grabs in Canada, and they're not even that expensive.
OnePlus is preparing to launch the OnePlus 6 later this spring, but it'll be a while before anyone in North America can buy a fresh OnePlus phone.
The United States, Canada and Mexico are all getting down to between one and two weeks of shipping patience for the $999 iPhone.
The Microsoft Store is selling a gaming phone and people can't get enough of it. Razer is also tapped to hit Singapore with an announcement.
Could Xiaomi's official smartphone spread to Mexico be interpreted as a first step towards a wider North American launch? Fingers crossed.
It is assumed that China and South Korea will be able to get the best and the brightest Galaxy S8, but how "best" can it be in the memory department?
The market may be soft now, but could it turn in a downward direction thanks to lost steam in China, the world's largest smartphone market? GfK thinks so.