It seems that 2015 is the year that OEMs seemingly begin to embrace “user experience first” over specs and added features in the flagship, while mid-range devices are adding better user experiences for lower prices than ever before.
According to a few reports around the web, Google may end up introducing native fingerprint authentication in its next version of Android.
There’s been a lot of great flagships introduced in 2015, as well as some epic budget-friendly mid-rangers. With that in mind, which are your favorites?
We’re live with Oppo in Beijing, taking a look at the newly-announced Oppo R7 smartphone!
We’re expecting Android M to be unveiled at Google I/O in a week, but what new features will it deliver? We take a look at the possibilities, suggest a couple of things we’d like to see, and guess at the likely release date.
The LG G4 brings a few new upgrades and some fixes to the very-good LG G3 from last year but is it good enough? Here are my thoughts after 10 days with the G4
What do you look for first in a new smartphone? How do you find the right combination of screen size, processor, camera, connectivity, durability, and extra features? We go in search of the perfect mix.
MediaTek has repeatedly made headlines with its multi-core mobile SoCs in the past few years, but why is the company so keen to cram more cores into phones?
The Galaxy S6 Edge has a dual-curved smartphone display, a premium specs list and unique build materials. After one month with the S6 Edge, am I keeping it?
Is the radiation emitted from cell phones actually harmful to our bodies? Let’s take a closer look at what exactly goes on in our mobile devices.