I’ve just placed my pre-order for the iPhone 13 Pro, and here’s why I chose it over the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
I wanted the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro to be so much more than iterative upgrades. Guess I'll have to wait for the iPhone 14.
The Pixel phones are the showrunners for Android, showing off everything Google is capable of doing. There are a few of features the iPhone 13 would just outright copy.
The Galaxy Z Flip 3's 3,300 mAh battery is just not good enough, especially when coupled with a larger cover display and 120Hz refresh rate on the inner screen.
We've seen leaks showing a smaller notch for the iPhone 13. Considering the all-screen designs that high-end Android smartphones have, I think that Apple isn't going far enough.
OnePlus has made great strides in recent years, but it still has a ways to go to fully challenge Samsung. Here's what the OnePlus 10 Pro needs to do to succeed against the Galaxy S22 and beyond.
After using the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, the features and convenience it offers has me convinced that I'll never go back to a standard slab phone ever again.
Microsoft's weird dual-screen phone is a great Game Pass device. But even if you're a Game Pass xCloud aficionado, the Surface Duo still isn't a good daily driver.
Samsung said there'd be more Flex Mode apps for the Galaxy Z Flip 3, but there aren't that many. This is a huge lost opportunity.
It may be less wasteful to remove chargers by default with the Pixel 6, but Google needs to offer users a choice, given the benefits of having a compatible power brick.
After using the Galaxy Z Flip for a while, I'm not sure of the long-term benefits of a foldable when compared to the cost.
Of all the rumored features coming to the iPhone 13, I'm most excited about the possibility of an always-on display. This is a feature I sorely miss coming from an Android phone.
The rumored iPhone 14 may spell the end of the mini iPhone. So why is Apple supposedly making an iPhone 13 mini?
Whitechapel and the possible five years of support from it could make the Pixel 6 a true iPhone 13 competitor. But the chip could also be an outright failure.
The iPhone 13 might not bring back Touch ID after all, and with COVID-19 not yet beaten, that feels like a potential mistake.
Phones keep getting bigger, making them difficult to use one-handed. But there are people out there who can't use a phone two-handed, which is why the iPhone 12 mini is so refreshing.
The Pixel 6 could be awesome, but Google has a lot of work to do to make match devices like the iPhone 13 and Galaxy S21. These are the things Google needs to get right.
The OnePlus 9 Pro reinvigorated my love of Android thanks to its smooth software and excellent hardware.
Google going its own way with Whitechapel could mean a game changer or it could fail miserably. It’s not easy designing your own system-on-chip.
Despite what you might think, the best gaming phones aren’t specifically marketed that way. Here’s why.
I used Android exclusively for years, and I have a lot of thoughts about iOS now that I'm using an iPhone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note changed the way we think about phones, but it’s no longer a niche market that needs to be catered for.