A guide to every exciting technology coming to a phone near you next year.
OnePlus' next phone apparently won't be the first to feature Qualcomm's newly-unveiled Snapdragon 855 processor.
AT&T is racing Sprint and Verizon to launch the first 5G phone in the U.S. -- and it has partnered with Samsung to make it happen.
The OnePlus 6T’s premium features and lower price tag makes it a compelling alternative to pricier flagships, but you need to make some sacrifices.
T-Mobile says its latest handsets offer flagship features at a budget price, but on paper that doesn't look to be the case.
A growing number of device makers are touting foldable smartphones. Find out just what's available and how these devices compare to one another.
With a faster processor and the latest Wear OS software, Fossil’s new Android smartwatch could be the best yet.
Details about the foldable Infinity Flex phone are still sparse, but Samsung offered some clue on how apps will look on the phone's folded-out screen.
The Pixel 3's Night Sight mode isn't technically out yet, but you can load an early version on your device — and the results are very impressive.
After a disappointing year, Samsung is putting all its resources to deliver an onslaught of features designed to crush the iPhone.
The new Xiaomi flagship is a beautiful machine that starts at $475, an incredible price for such a feature-packed phone.
Facebook is rolling out a new version of Messenger that reduces the number of tabs with an eye toward simplifying its popular chat app.
Ghostbusters World is a fun ghost-catching game in the vein of Pokémon Go, though it doesn't have quite the same wide appeal.
New technology will enable the Korean company to have a phone with no bezels or notch, which could be key to the Galaxy S10 radical new design.
A software update is bringing many of the Pixel 3's most compelling features to the $150 cheaper Pixel 2.
Available only on the Pixel 3 for now, Google Screen Call is going to be one of the most useful technologies ever deployed on a smartphone.
Samsung is putting the company’s “latest innovations” in the its newest phones, even if they're not flagships.
The rising popularity of wireless headphones and the need to make its next flagship thinner and lighter may push Samsung to drop the 3.5mm headphone jack.
Google is going to announce a new Pixel phone next week along with other new hardware. And artificial intelligence-powered features will command a lot of the focus.
The new Huawei phone beats Apple and Samsung in many regards, and then adds some exotic features that nobody else is offering right now.
Android password managers can be fooled by fake apps into coughing up usernames and passwords, Italian researchers say.
New devices from Google, OnePlus, Huawei, Razer, LG and more will make the next month one to watch in the smartphone space. Here’s what’s looming on the horizon.