Samsung has two expensive devices focused on productivity. They both excel at their own things, but should they merge them?
With an improved Snapdragon 865 Plus, is the global Exynos 990 Galaxy Note 20 really Samsung’s ultimate flagship?
It’s less than half the price of a OnePlus 8 Pro, but is the Nord a classic OnePlus flagship killer?
Life in Glasstic, is it fantastic?
The Pixel 4a might be Google rebooting the Pixel line, and I’m here for it.
PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X? I’ll stick with the Nintendo Switch instead, thanks.
The same old problem again.
If ecosystems are the next battleground, Google needs to start properly arming itself for the war.
OEMs are considering getting rid of chargers, but it’s time they addressed the e-waste generated by disposable devices.
Stock Android is often viewed as the best version of Android, but I’m here to argue manufacturer skins have more to offer.
The OnePlus Nord launch is days away, but has the company set itself up for disappointment?
Samsung’s upcoming iPad Pro rival needs to make some major software improvements to take on Apple’s flagship tablet.
The Sony Xperia 1 II is a good phone with a solid camera but is let down by some baffling software design decisions.
It may seem outrageous to sell a $1,000 phone without a charger in the box, but there are good reasons to back this trend.
Apple seems to understand that not everyone wants a pocket tablet. Meanwhile, Android has nothing similar to offer.
It seems like some manufacturers are going overboard with launching old phones under a new name.
Apple Car Key lets iPhone users unlock cars with NFC. Can Android do that? Yes and no. Let’s take a look at the options.
Smartphone prices have climbed from merely painful to downright outrageous over the last five years.
Oppo’s Find X2 Pro is so good that I wish OnePlus copied it for the OnePlus 8 Pro. But sometimes you can’t have everything.
While the term “New Beginnings” conjures up the idea of a massive overhaul, the OnePlus Nord doesn’t seem to be that.