Xperia fans in the Philippines are in for a treat: They can now purchase Sony’s most premium smartphone to date!
With smartphones transitioning to the size of tablets, it can be hard to navigate your way around one with convenience. It’s a petty complaint but if you have small hands, want to just check your phone, and reply quickly without having to fumble with both hands, you’ll get why.
NBA All-Star Steph Curry might find himself back in the Philippines sooner than later, and Filipino fans can thank Chinese smartphone maker Vivo for it.
Sure, we got our hands on the ASUS ZenFone AR back when it was first announced in January, but it didn’t have that one feature everyone was talking about: Project Tango.
Did you know that the OPPO R9s is the best-selling Android smartphone in the world so far this year? You should if you read our recent article about it! More amazing, though, is how secluded it is to certain countries despite the worldwide success. We decided to get to the bottom of this.
We recently detailed the release dates for the new 3310 in four different countries, and while we were expecting those nations to get the revived Nokia classic first, India cut the line for an earlier release. It’s cheaper than expected, too!
Now that GadgetMatch has confirmed its full participation at Computex 2017, we’re rounding up the biggest announcements we’re expecting at the multi-day tech convention in Taipei, Taiwan.
I could just post a bunch of beauty shots of Xiaomi’s near-bezel-free Mi Mix (the Exclusive Edition!) and get away without writing an actual review — it’s that stunning. But this is GadgetMatch, and I have to describe my experience with it, as well.
OnePlus fans rejoice! The company has confirmed to The Verge that its next flagship is coming soon and will be named the OnePlus 5.
We recently crowned the Samsung Galaxy S8 as the best single-lens camera phone today after beating the former champ, the Pixel. Wait, hold on a second: Aren’t dual-camera smartphones supposed to be all the rage these days? Yes, and that’s why we’ll compare two of the very best right now.
Welcome to GadgetMatch’s list of the best smartphones priced below $300! Each month, we update our selection with the budget-friendly phones we believe are most deserving of your hard-earned savings.
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 midrange smartphones retailing from $300 to $600.
If you’re looking for the very best high-end smartphones available, you’ve come to the right place! Every month, GadgetMatch updates this list with the finest devices money can buy, no matter how much they cost.
Samsung’s pair of Galaxy S8 smartphones didn’t just change the landscape for flagships to come, but also upped prices like never before. As nice as they are to look at, they’re simply too expensive for the average consumer. Suddenly, Samsung’s midrange lineup is looking a lot more attractive.
With the advent of Snapchat and cute doggie stickers that become instant face filters (sorely needed on days I’m not feeling a hundred percent), simple photo selfies have become a rarity in my camera roll — I mean, who has time to airbrush and edit said selfies after shooting?
The Mate 9 has a lot going for it, from the large 5.9-inch display to the incredible battery life, but there’s one feature Huawei is most proud of: machine learning to make the phone faster the more you use it. Does it really work, though?
Xiaomi has done it again; its Mi 6 flagship smartphone takes the best features of today’s hottest handsets, mashes them into a sleek design, and sells it at a fraction of the others’ cost.
Did you think we’d pit the ZenFone 3 Zoom only against the OnePlus 3T? Think again!
Here’s a matchup you probably weren’t expecting, but both have something to prove in terms of camera quality.