Huawei’s Mate X is a foldable phone with a camera twist. But it comes at a price. Here are some initial impressions of the Mate X while we wait for its delayed release.
The LG V50 bears quite a few similarities to the V40 before it. But 5G connectivity could make all the difference.
The $699 Nokia 9 PureView, HMD's first flagship Nokia phone in the U.S., has a promising five-camera system and a gorgeous 5.99-inch display.
The F(X) Pro 1’s sliding QWERTY keyboard is a blast from the past, but will this $649 Android phone appeal to users who've grown accustomed to on-screen keyboards?
HoloLens 2 is comfortable, useful and not necessarily aimed at regular users. But maybe that's what makes it so appealing.
Sony’s 2019 flagship is beautiful with a 4K HDR OLED screen boasting a 21:9 aspect ratio. But in a way, the new smartphone already feels old-fashioned.
Nubia’s flexible Alpha smartwatch sounds perfect on paper, but the device — coming to North America later this year — is just too weird to work as a wearable.
The Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus, Sony’s replacements for the Xperia XA2, take widescreen to a whole new level.
Nokia’s upcoming smartphone slate includes two budget phones that guarantee Android upgrades for two years.
Sony’s new Xperia XZ2 flagship sports a fresh look to catch up to Samsung and Google, but the pint-sized XZ2 Compact is the real winner.
Asus has disguised its latest mid-range Android phone as an iPhone X, but that's where the similarities end.
LG unveiled a not-quite-new handset at Mobile World Congress, a version of its V30 flagship, the ThinQ, with AI cameras and more memory.
Sony's new Bluetooth earbuds are pretty much the exact opposite of noise-canceling headphones, and they arrive in May.
ZTE has been a leader in low-cost but still well-made Android phones. It’s hoping to continue that approach with the just-announced Blade V9 and V9 Vita.
The upcoming HTC U is an absolutely gorgeous phone, but its mish mash of features leave us wondering if the overall product is less than the sum of its parts.
After unveiling Vive Trackers last month, HTC has set the price at $99 for the devices that add real objects into the virtual world.
After getting a chance to try out the newly unveiled controller for Samsung's Gear VR headset, we think it's a welcome addition to mobile VR.
The Alcatel A5 LED features one back panel with colorful lights that can alert you to notifications. And if you don't like that, just swap in something else.
The Huawei Watch 2 is a slick Android Wear 2.0 device with a nifty battery saving mode, but it won't offer built-in 4G LTE -- at least, not in its U.S. version.
With a vibrant array of Pantone certified colors, a nifty fingerprint sensor and dual rear cameras, the P10 is an intriguing next step for Huawei. Too bad it won't be available in the US.
The $229 Moto G5 Plus packs in premium features including a camera with dual autofocus pixels in a phone that won't break too many budgets.
At MWC 2016, one of Freetel's two new phones showed up with a physical feature-phone keypad and not one, but two 4-inch screens.
At MWC 2016, startup Bagel Labs demoed an innovative smart tape measure thats adds new tricks to a device found in almost every toolbox.
They may not be super popular, but Windows phones are far from dead, and the new Lumia 650 is a solid budget addition to Microsoft's lineup.
With the MV1, Obi Worldphone returns with its third handset that’s good enough for the developed world, but made for emerging markets.
We try on Sony's Bluetooth earpiece and learn first-hand how the Xperia Ear's proximity sensor triggers its features.
Charging a phone from dead to full in under 15 minutes sounds like black magic, but its not, because Oppo did just that at MWC 2016
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