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Oppo’s new hybrid zoom lens system allows for two different optical zoom levels using a single lens and sensor system.
Everything you need to know about AT&T’s move over to HD Voice and T-Mobile’s transition to VoLTE.
With premium and affordable phones, Google’s Pixel has something for everyone. Here’s how the series’ prices have changed.
Apple One is reportedly readying a single monthly subscription for various services. What would a Google rival look like?
The Google Pixel 4a is an impressive mid-range phone, but is it a worthwhile upgrade for existing Pixel owners?
With an improved Snapdragon 865 Plus, is the global Exynos 990 Galaxy Note 20 really Samsung’s ultimate flagship?
The Google Pixel 4a promises high quality software in an inexpensive package, but where does it leave the Google Pixel 5?
Does the Pixel 4a pack enough processing power to keep up with budget Android rivals like the OnePlus Nord or Poco F2 Pro?
Losing Google services was bad, but this is potentially devastating hit for the Shenzhen giant.
The OnePlus Nord is a decent mid-ranger, but is it a worthwhile upgrade if you’re packing an older OnePlus flagship?
We ask the tough questions about 125W charging to Oppo’s Chief Charging Technology Scientist, Jeff Zhang.
Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 5 promises 100W+ charging speeds for your next smartphone. Here’s what you need to know.
Can the OnePlus Nord provide enthusiasts with a high-performing experience on a budget? Remarkably, yes.
The Asus ROG Phone 3 packs in a huge 6,000mAh battery, but does that translate into a full day’s worth of gaming time?
Search engines and web services track our every digital move. But what if there was an ad-free alternative?
Oppo’s 125W Flash Charge is official, along with 65W wireless charging, as well as two portable high-power GaN chargers.
The Sony Xperia 1 II is a good phone with a solid camera but is let down by some baffling software design decisions.