While a $20 smartphone seems the stuff of fantasy, ARM says the first Android devices will hit the markets at this price point over the next few months.
TCL-Alcatel is closing in on the big players in the mobile industry with a growing share of the worldwide mobile handset market. We take a look at the history of the company and examine its latest step up with the impressive Idol X+ smartphone.
The Asus Zenfone 4 device is incredibly affordable at $99 unlocked, but the question is, can any manufacturer deliver a decent Android experience at this price point?
The Cube Talk 5H is a quad-core smartphone with a large 5.5 inch 720p HD display. It has an 8MP camera and 1GB of RAM but most impressively it only costs $180. I spent a few days with the device and this is what I discovered.
The Goophone i5C tries to clone Apple’s colorful smartphone and even has a tweaked version of Android that behaves like iOS. But what is it like to use? Find out in this full review.
Having a phone with a pure Android experience seems to be increasing in popularity with Google’s range of stock Android Nexus devices continuing to sell well, plus the release of Google Play Editions... of several flagship phones. However there are many ways to get hold of a smartphone with stock Android. One way is to buy a device from a lesser known brand. While the big names like Samsung and HTC love to...
ThL W100 has launched its latest smartphone. Not only does this phone have a 4.5 inch IPS display, sport a quad-core Cortex A7 based processor, include an 8MP rear camera along with an amazing 5MP front-facing camera, it only costs $160! What do you think of that price?
Buying Android smartphones from China can be advantageous in terms of pricing, however the whole process is not as simple as just walking into your local cellphone shop. Here is a set of tips and tricks that can reduce the chances of disappointment and frustration.
The race for the world’s thinnest smartphone title used to be extremely heated not long ago, but lately it seems like manufacturers don’t care as much about this crown as they used to.
Two years and two high-end (ish) smartphones. That’s all it took to catapult Xiaomi from a no-name, novice company in the mobile décor to worldwide sensation