Tristan Rayner

Tristan Rayner is a feature writer and works primarily with Android Authority's European team.

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Phones we caught cheating benchmarks in 2018

Here's how companies cheat on benchmarks and how we caught them in the act in 2018.
by Tristan RaynerDecember 31, 2018

How the price of OnePlus phones changed over the years

How has the price of OnePlus phones changed over the years, and how much does it matter that the OnePlus 6T is now $549?
by Tristan RaynerDecember 21, 2018

Huawei troubles poised to land on US industry

Huawei's current hot water situation is more than just a Chinese problem, it's an American one.
by Tristan RaynerDecember 14, 2018

Will you own one of the 50 million foldable-display smartphones by 2025?

Before a major manufacturer has even released a device, a critical industry source says foldable display devices will sell.
by Tristan RaynerDecember 6, 2018
 
 

You may not believe how many phone screens are cracked per hour

The number might just encourage you to put on a phone case. Or be more careful. Or get insurance. In any case, it's a lot of phones.
by Tristan RaynerNovember 21, 2018

eSIM: Pros and cons of the new way to connect

The eSIM is here and it's going to replace old physical SIM cards before you know it. Take note, it's not all gravy.
by Tristan RaynerNovember 18, 2018

We asked, you told us: You want the OnePlus 6T over the Google Pixel 3

This week's poll asked if you preferred the OnePlus 6T or the Google Pixel 3. The 6T won, and it wasn't close.
by Tristan RaynerNovember 3, 2018

The one thing Android OEMs can learn from iPhone XR

If there's one thing the Apple iPhone XR shows Android smartphone makers, it's that they need to get smarter about how they release their flagships at higher and higher prices.
by Tristan RaynerOctober 23, 2018

One big reason not to buy the LG V40 right now

The LG V40 ThinQ costs $900, but probably not for long.
by Tristan RaynerOctober 5, 2018

Red Hydrogen One: What we know so far (Update: Further delays)

There are still a few lingering questions regarding Red's Hydrogen One, but the Android Enterprise website holds a few answers.
by Tristan RaynerOctober 3, 2018
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