Motorola’s flagship smartphone of 2018 looks exactly like its mid-range smartphone of 2018, but powered by a processor from 2017. It’s still a great-performing phone for $480, and it will be the first upgradable 5G smartphone next year.
Sony’s Xperia 5 has a great design, a compact body, strong specs, and comes in some lovely colors. But is this enough to beat the competition?
Don’t call the LG G8X ThinQ a foldable phone, as it’s not a mega-expensive device. It’s a serious multi-tasking device, with a fun gaming side too.
Motorola’s latest smartphone, the One Zoom, is arguably its most attractive. The headline feature, though, is its quad-camera array. Quad. Yes, as in four!
HMD’s Nokia 7.2 smartphone is gunning to dethrone the Google Pixel 3a as the mid-range smartphone king. It promises fast delivery of Android updates despite its budget price.
The Galaxy Fold is back. Samsung showed off the new version of its foldable phone after it had to recall units due to hardware defects. Here’s a look.
After two years in exile, ZTE returns to the U.S. with a budget phone that does everything possible to make you forget it’s just $549. Does it succeed?
Is your constant smartphone use bothering you? Are you looking for a break? The Light Phone 2 is a basic phone that promises exactly that, but at a high price.