Samsung unveiled its updated 2016 Galaxy A series phones today. Available in 4.7, 5.2 and 5.5-inch sizes, all three phones boast premium metal and glass builds, Super AMOLED displays and expandable storage. The A5 and A7 will also have Full HD resolution displays, fingerprint scanners and Samsung Pay compatibility.
The HTC One A9 looks and feels promising for a mid-tier smartphone - but does it have the same merits as HTC's flagship One M series, and is it worth the price when compared to other mid-range phones of 2015? Let's find out.
With all the buzz about how the HTC One A9 is just like an Android version of the Apple smartphone, we managed to get one for a closer inspection.
The Nextbit Robin is possibly a revolutionary smartphone that re-imagines physical and software design like no other device. If you ever wanted a modern, carefree phone for the connected age, the Nextbit Robin encompasses this better than any others in the market. Find out why in our feature.
LG has just carved a niche to cater towards audience who’ve an eye for design, but without the appetite for a big price tag. So do the LG K10 and K7 impress by design for the mass market consumers? You be the judge!
Lots of products market themselves as "tough" or "rugged" but what do these terms really mean, and how much damage can they actually endure? We investigate.
The high-end smartphone category is one of the most competitive consumer markets out there. It's the place where manufacturers get to showcase their latest and greatest research and development and most luxurious designs. But which is the best smartphone of 2015? Here's what we think.
Part phone and part compact camera, the Lenovo Vibe Shot is a midrange Android smartphone with an interesting design. Touting a premium build and camera-centric features, can the Vibe Shot find its place among the competitive smartphone landscape? Find out more in our review!
Yes, these photos were really taken using an iPhone, and they’ve all won the 8th iPhone Photography Awards. Be captivated and mesmerized by what you can achieve with the phone in your pocket.
Remember Google's photo backup service called Google Photos? Its unique selling proposition is insane: free and unlimited backups of your mobile photos. How does Google Photos stack up against popular photo backup services for mobile, and is it the one for you? Here’s a quick comparison to help you decide.