ASUS impressed us with the 5-inch version of its eccentric phone-in-tablet PadFone Infinity device when it launched earlier this year. Less than six months later and the Taiwanese company is releasing a new and improved version. We find out if it's worth the upgrade.
We take a closer look at Nokia's latest 6-inch smartphones, the Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1320.
The Apple iPhone 5C is meant to be a colorful replacement model of the iPhone 5. Sporting a new polycarbonate body, a slightly larger battery and support for more 4G LTE bands, is the iPhone 5C worth the price tag it is commanding? Let's find out in this review.
HTC finally jumps on the phablet bandwagon with its new 5.9-inch One Max. Besides sporting the signature design language of the One, the One Max is also the first recent Android phone to be equipped with a fingerprint sensor. More importantly, how does the HTC One Max fare against the current phablets? Join us as we share our updated findings.
At a special event exclusively for HardwareZone members only, a total of 50 lucky individuals were given the special privilege to test drive the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 ahead of its launch in Singapore.
BlackBerry recently added a new member to its BlackBerry 10 family of devices - the Z30. It sports the largest display and battery ever on a BlackBerry device. Check out our initial impressions of it at BlackBerry Jam Asia 2013 in Hong Kong.
For the first time in recent memory, Samsung is facing very fierce competition in the product category it has created three years ago. Is the Galaxy Note 3 still the best phablet to get this year? We find out in this review.
Want to find out what iOS 7 features are available on the compatible iOS devices? We take a quick look at what iOS 7 offers for the different Apple devices
HTC downsizes its One flagship to a 4.3-inch model called the One mini. Sporting the same aluminium chassis, UltraPixel rear camera and BoomSound speakers, can the HTC One mini take on the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini? Let's find out in this review.
LG's latest flagship smartphone, the 5.2-inch Full-HD G2 (LG is dropping the Optimus moniker) has an unusual unique feature - all of its buttons are on the back. Will this unconventional layout be the future of smartphone design? Find out in our review!