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The state of 5G: Hype versus reality two years later

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Nokia’s revamped phone lineup focuses on simplicity and longevity

You'll get strong battery life and support, but performance is another matter.
Jon FingasApril 8, 2021
 

Samsung’s India-focused Galaxy F12 packs a 90Hz display at a low price

It also boasts a giant battery and quad rear cameras.
Jon FingasApril 5, 2021
 

Teracube 2e is a $200 eco-phone with a 4-year warranty — but is it good?

The Teracube 2e is for the practical and eco-conscious person. At just $200, it offers a lot of value — but is that enough?
C. Scott BrownFebruary 16, 2021
 

Gazelle is shutting down mail trade-ins: here are some good alternatives

You aren't stuck if you need to sell a used phone.
Jon FingasDecember 30, 2020
 

2020 was the year of the mid-range smartphone

2020 saw the rise of ultra premium flagships, experimental foldables, and more. But mid-range phones were the real winners.
Hadlee SimonsDecember 16, 2020
 

The best phones under $300: New or used, these are the best you can get

$300 might not seem like much money for a phone, but you'd be surprised what you can get for that these days.
C. Scott BrownJanuary 11, 2020
 

What a pro photographer can do with a cheap Android phone camera

We have heard it time and again: a good photographer can take an amazing shot with any camera. How true is this?
Edgar CervantesDecember 8, 2019
 

What to look for when buying a $100 smartphone

In the market for a low-end Android smartphone? Here's what you should keep in mind before taking the plunge...
Hadlee SimonsNovember 18, 2018
 

$4 smartphone Freedom 251 receives 50 million registrations, to ship 2.5 million units

Ringing Bells wasn’t quite ready for such a large demand, but they will be shipping the 2.5 million Freedom 251 devices they have at the ready on a first come, first serve basis.
John DyeFebruary 20, 2016
 

That $4 smartphone is sketchy as hell

You know something’s not right when your new Freedom 251 has a blob of Wite-Out cleverly concealing the name of the device’s actual manufacturer.
John DyeFebruary 19, 2016
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