The Sony Xperia 5 II is shaping up to be one hot smaller flagship.
You’ll only be able to play against other Apple players on an obsolete patch.
Update: It appears the LG Wing price might be much closer to what you’d reasonably expect.
You all really want the return of compact Samsung flagships, don’t you?
If you have $6,000 to blow, why not spend it on a smartphone inspired by the Forbidden City?
Looking for a comparison between the Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Fold 2? Look no further.
Android updates are as important as you’d expect for some, but not for everyone.
Pivoting cameras could be used to capture more detailed scenery in your sunset shots.
Epic’s loss of access to Apple’s developer tools could spell disaster for Unreal Engine titles.
Big screens haven’t always been as popular in smartphone design as they are now.
Update: Samsung’s “meanest monster ever” gets a teaser listing on Amazon.
OnePlus Scout gives the launcher more powerful spot search capabilities.
Update: Forget the camera tech, you may just want this phone for its daring colorways.
It could be a good looking device if you’re into frosted plastic.
The chair comes with a nice surprise for prospective Razr buyers.
The Galaxy A51 5G is now available unlocked at Best Buy US for a decidedly low price.
Surprisingly, plastic doesn’t seem to be the Galaxy Note 20’s biggest issue at all.
It’s a promise many established Android manufacturers fail to make.
Don’t expect any international rebranded versions either.
Google’s added a new Search feature for students interested in STEM concepts, too.