It’s that time of the month again when we get numerical data of how Android versions are doing in terms of availability to users. Looks like Android 8.0, more popularly known as Oreo, did pretty well this month, but it’s still not enough.
It doesn’t get much grander than this: We’re giving away four Huawei smartphones for this year’s final Scavenger Hunt!
Facial recognition software is the hottest feature in smartphone security today. As with every new feature, phone makers are finger-pointing who did it first or better. Apple’s Phil Schiller, however, has some strong words for the competition.
Samsung’s refresh to its upper-midrange line is supposed to come out early next year. But, as early as now, we’re already seeing it in the flesh. As it turns out, there’ll be two sizes for the Galaxy A8 (2018) and they’ll have two front cameras.
Xiaomi’s smartphones aren’t particularly known for their formidable camera quality — competitive pricing and excellent battery life are their bread and butter — so it came as a surprise for the Mi Note 3 to do so well on DxOMark.
Do you want to speed up your phone, free up storage space, and minimize data usage? These lightweight versions of popular apps will be able to help you accomplish those three.
ASUS made a big deal about the entire ZenFone 4 and ZenFone 3 series getting Android Oreo in the near future, but didn’t specify exactly when they’ll receive the update. If this information from the company’s official forum is anything to go by, it’ll be arriving soon for the newer batch of ZenFones.
Smartphones are about to get faster and stronger once again. As with every year, Qualcomm has announced their SoC processor for next year, the Snapdragon 845.
When we saw the latest midrange smartphones from Huawei, OPPO, and Vivo, we knew they were destined to be pitted against each other for their cameras.
As we’ve mention before, flagships from yesteryear are still solid investments. That case is especially true now that the Mate 9 is getting Android Oreo decked with new software features to make it feel new.
The launch of a new Android version is a thrill often enjoyed only by Android aficionados. With the new Android Oreo (Go edition), Google hopes to bring the excitement back to a wider audience — the entry-level segment.
With its assortment of rich features, the LG V30 isn’t the type of smartphone you could evaluate within a week, or even a month.
After completing a video review that’s been three months in the making, we can finally try to answer the most burning question: Is the V30 good enough to replace your dedicated video cameras?
OnePlus teased us about a limited Star Wars edition of their latest flagship smartphone just a few days ago. Today, we have a definite launch date.
When you disconnect, whether you choose to or have an unstable internet connection, you sometimes want something casual to just pass the time. We’ve got you covered with 10 offline free-to-play mobile games on both iOS and Android!
HDR playback is becoming more popular and increasingly available through the years. Today, HDR adds one more supporter to its growing list – Google Chrome.
ASUS guaranteed users that they’ll bring Android Oreo not only to the latest ZenFone 4 smartphones, but also to last year’s ZenFone 3 devices. While the company didn’t announce any exact release date, it looks like the update will be ready soon.
One of the disappointments during the recent OnePlus 5T launch was the limited color availability. But thanks to a partnership with the Star Wars franchise, a limited edition model is on its way.
Remember that incredibly expensive Samsung flip phone from last year? It has an official successor now, and it’s still pricey as heck.
Don’t you just hate fingerprint magnets? The sight of fingerprints on an otherwise pristine screen is enough to terrorize even casual users. With some new tech just on the horizon, you might now look forward to muddying your screen with prints.
When premium phones are out of financial reach and entry-level handsets just don’t make your cut, something in between is the next best thing. This is our updated list of the best upper-midrange smartphones retailing from US$ 400 to US$ 600.
Xiaomi’s budget line of Android phones is due for an upgrade. With a new leak floating on the internet, its release is imminent. Here’s what to expect.
Lenovo has yet to surrender the fight in the smartphone segment, at least for now. Even with Motorola in their arsenal, the Chinese company still released the latest in their K series of multimedia smartphones.