nubia is sending out invites for its MWC 2019 event, where it teases the alpha, a wearable foldable smartphone you can slap on your wrist.
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talka bout the fact that the Huawei foldable phone teased, iPhone FaceTime fix & more
How do you spend less than $400 for a gaming smartphone with muscly innards and pretty ribbons and bowties outside? This is basically how.
Jaime and Josh pack themselves into a tiny car, strap on a GoPro and talk about bendy phones, rolling TVs, notch-less devices with a punch and more!
From $400 gaming phones to strong laptops that weigh a little, write a lot and a whole lot more. Plus, watches and headphones!
The new Nubia Red Magic Mars is coming soon and its a great option for gamers who don't want to spend that much money on a smartphone
Nubia has some great news for gamers at CES 2019, announcing the Nubia Red Magic Mars global availability starting January 31.
The new Nubia Red Magic is an affordable gaming smartphone for all those hardcore smartphone gamers, now available in India
The new Nubia X removes the selfie camera from its front panel to eliminate the need for the notch, but it gives us a better option for selfies
We have another smartphone launch from Huawei, future brick-and-mortar plans from OnePlus and a ton of videos to share with you.
A slew of announcement came from the Chinese tech giant today, but there are other wearables and phones to look out for from margin players.
It's not a concept, it's a real product that this Chinese tech company is working on for launch, perhaps as early as this fall.
The Razer Phone has made its way around the world and around Asia, but not into China, where fresh competition has been brewing. Will Razer really take a six-month-old phone into this fight?
The US government has blocked ZTE from sourcing anything from American companies while Apple's CEO says Macs and iPads on their own are the best at what they do. All on our show this week!
ZTE is officially joining the increasingly crowded gaming smartphone field with the super-stylish Red Magic powered by a slowly aging Snapdragon 835 processor.
The Z18 mini is an impressive-looking device debuting in China with a whole new attitude on what a $300 Android phone should have.
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!
It's a repackaging of the nubia Z17S from ZTE and expands the market for this device to Europe. And it's reasonably priced, too.
ZTE subsidiary Nubia Technology pushes the envelope yet again in terms of quality/price ratio with eye-catching Z17S and Z17 miniS phones.
The "borderless" Archos Sense 55S comes with a 78 percent screen to body ratio, only costing €249. The Sense 50X is also very cheap for a rugged phone.
Two are said to come on the wings of the G6, one is told of olden days. That and we chat with SlashGear's Chris Davies on Essential Products this show!
With so few Quick Charge 4.0 devices out there (none that we know of), Qualcomm has implemented Quick Charge 4+ on one new release.
It's not exactly bezel-less, but ZTE's Nubia Z17 appears to offer quite a lot of bang and a pretty exquisite design for a relatively low price.