Google announced Pixel, its first post-Nexus era smartphone
Google on Tuesday unveiled Pixel, its first branded smartphone in the post-Nexus era. With it, Google is squarely taking...
LG announces the V20, their latest 5.7-inch flagship
At an event today in San Francisco, LG has announced the V20, the company’s latest take on a high-end...
The Galaxy Note 7, Samsung’s latest flagship, announced
Samsung just announced the Galaxy Note 7, the latest and greatest Galaxy Note product on the market. It features...
From the father of Android: The Essential phone launhed for $699
The Essential phone, the new handset from Android creator Andy Rubin, is finally here. The smartphone was unveiled on the official Essential.com site. The handset features a near bezel-less display that hugs the central front-facing camera at the top of the device face. It has something iPhone 5-like in... Read more
The HTC U11 is official, pre-orders start today for unlocked Versions
Sometimes phones leak a little, and sometimes they leak a lot. The HTC U11 has fallen solidly in the latter category. There won’t be any more leaks now, though. Read more
Huawei’s Honor V9: 5.7″ QHD display, a Kirin 960, Nougat, and a massive 4000mAh battery
Huawei has been producing some pretty sweet smartphones lately. The Chinese company’s latest smartphone, the Honor V9, packs a lot of amazing specs into a remarkably thin metal chassis. Read more
New Nokia devices at MWC, including a modern version of Nokia 3310
Nokia, much like BlackBerry, no longer manufactures its own devices. After selling its entire mobile division to Microsoft in 2014, it partnered with Foxconn to manufacture the Nokia N1 Read more
Samsung announces new Galaxy A 2017 series
Samsung is starting off the new year with a bang, namely with several new phone releases. This time it’s the mid-range Galaxy A 2017 series, with the A3, the A5, and the A7. All three phones seem reasonably similar, using aluminum construction and glass backs Read more
BlackBerry Mercury expected to launch at CES 2017
The last smartphone to be designed by BlackBerry is expected to make its debut at CES 2017 in Las Vegas next month. Dubbed Mercury, the device will have a physical keyboard that sits beneath its display, and a fingerprint scanner integrated into its space bar. Read more
LG launches the Stylus 3 and four other smartphones
LG has introduced a bunch of new smartphones ahead of CES, which kicks off on January 5 in Las Vegas. The South Korean giant has just taken the wraps off four new K series smartphones — the K3, K4, K8 and K10 — along with the Stylus 3 phablet. Read more
ZUK Edge launched with Snapdragon 821 and Android Nougat
Lenovo has launched the ZUK Edge, a new device which features a 5.5-inch display with an 86.4% screen-t0-body ratio, Snapdragon 821 processor and Adreno 530 GPU. Read more
The Honor Magic is official and it looks stunning
Huawei has been releasing teasers for its upcoming “concept” phone, the Honor Magic, for a little while now, but today, the teasing is over. The new phone is now official and it does indeed have a number of interesting features that make it stand out from the crowd. Read more
The Elephone S7 an explosion proof Galaxy Note 7
The Elephone S7, as was the case with the Galaxy Note 7, features a dual-curved design, which means that the surface on the front and back curve towards the edge. Read more
Google announced Pixel, its first post-Nexus era smartphone
Google on Tuesday unveiled Pixel, its first branded smartphone in the post-Nexus era. With it, Google is squarely taking aim at Apple and its new iPhone 7. Here’s everything you need to know. Read more
LeEco Le Pro 3 Launched: Price, Specifications, and More
As expected, Chinese technology firm LeEco on Wednesday launched its latest flaghship smartphone – the Le Pro 3. The smartphone has been launched in China, and interested buyers can already register for the first flash sale next week. Read more