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.
With ultra-wide displays and advanced cameras, Alcatel’s budget smartphones are guaranteed to turn heads.
Samsung’s Galaxy S9 will capture the lion's share of attention at the world's biggest mobile trade show, but it's not the only device we're excited about.
Someone found images of the Galaxy S9 in Samsung's Unpacked 2018 app and posted them in advance of this weekend's big unveiling.
During a demo at this week's Mobile World Congress, SAP showed off how renting a car, navigating to parking, paying for gas and logging expenses can all be connected.
Elliptic Labs makes the ultrasound sensor that gives Xiaomi's Mi Mix its all-display look. But that technology could have an even bigger impact.
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.
This $199 ZeTime smartwatch from MyKronoz has analog hands on a digital face, so you can tell the time even if the watch is powered down.
The $159 Gloo charging station doubles as a bottle-shaped lamp. It will be able to charge four devices at once when it ships this summer.
At MWC 2017, Oppo is pushing smartphone camera tech forward with a prototype device featuring a very unique optical zoom.
Plug the $149 Rayz Plus earphones into your iPhone 7's Lightning port, and you can charge your phone even as you listen to your favorite music.
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 LG X Power is one of the longest-lasting smartphones we've tested. With an even bigger battery, the just-unveiled X Power 2 could top it.
The Energizer E550LTE hits the U.S. this summer with a whopping 4,000 mAh battery and a rugged body that can survive drops, water and dust.
Vuzix's Blade 3000 specs look more like sunglasses than something that will get you mocked. They could be ready for consumers by 2018.
What once was a feature exclusive to Google's Pixel phones will soon be available on way more devices.
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.
Sony Xperia Touch interactive projector offers 10-point touch and gesture control for work and play.
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 voice-powered assistant is one of many add-ons Motorola plains to make available for its modular smartphone lineup this year. Other additions include a game controller and a power pack.
Samsung plans a new version of its Gear VR headset, only this time it will include a handheld controller, matching a feature that Google's Daydream View already offers.
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.
From the LG G6 and other new flagship phones to new developments in AI and 5G, this is what's on tap for MWC 2017.
Faster autofocus and water resistance are just two ways Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge put pressure on Apple's iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
Samsung packs a lot of features into the new Galaxy S7 line. Here what's improved from last year's S6, and what's come back from 2014's S5.