Nokia is the latest high-profile company to drop out of MWC 2020 over the coronavirus outbreak. Here's a list of who else won't be there.
The world's biggest phone show is still set to begin on Feb. 24, but big players have already dropped out over coronavirus fears.
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 HTC 5G Hub is far too large to be a phone, but whatever you do, don’t call this device built for Sprint's network a hotspot.
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 5G Moto Mod may have seen its fair share of delays, but rest assured — it's real, and it's still coming
Overwhelmed with all the 5G buzz? These were the headlines about the new wireless networking standard that really mattered at Mobile World Congress 2019.
In the future, you’ll be able to communicate with your BMW simply by pointing and talking. Here's a closer look at BMW's Natural Interaction initiative.
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?
Huawei’s foldable Mate X was the talk of this year’s Mobile World Congress, but we spotted other mobile devices that deserve your attention, too.
Energizer was so preoccupied with whether or not it could make a phone with an 18,000 mAh battery, it didn't stop to think if they should.
Huawei's foldable Mate X can charge a dead battery to 85 percent in 30 minutes, but Huawei says that technology isn't coming to other phones.
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.
TCL is showing off budget Alcatel smartphones at Mobile World Congress, but it’s the company’s foldable tech that we can't wait for.
Nokia’s upcoming smartphone slate includes two budget phones that guarantee Android upgrades for two years.
Mobile World Congress gets underway Feb. 25 in Barcelona. Here's a look at all the new smartphones coming from LG, Huawei, OnePlus, Nokia and others.
If big, splashy and expensive phone releases aren’t your thing, LG just released a few new options for you.The Korean smartphone maker just took the lid off of the LG Q60, LG K50 and LG K40, three mid-level and budget phones that will debut at next week
The X55 5G modem adds integrated support for everything from 2G to 5G networking speeds and should bring 5G connectivity to more devices.
LG says it will unveil the LG G8 ThinQ this month at Mobile World Congress, with the new phone featuring a 3D sensor capable of facial recognition.
Having a hard time deciding between Samsung's latest phones? Here's a closer look at what's different between the Galaxy S9 and S9+.
Samsung just unveiled two feature-packed phones. Here's what stands out about the Galaxy S9 and S9+.
The new Galaxy S9 has the same expansive display as last year’s S8. But Samsung has introduced a number of changes to its newest flagship smartphone.
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.
As more companies adopt stock Android on new phones, Nokia leads the charge with four new Android One and Android Go devices.
At Mobile World Congress, the hub of innovation in smartphones, every device looks vaguely similar. But they don’t have to, and the solution lies in the details.