Buying a phone with a big screen won't cost an arm or a leg this year, as even the entry-level will see full-view from at least one phone maker.
An Android phone with a fingerprint sensor and a big screen for under $100? It's possible, but you'll need to make a few compromises.
With a battery that just goes on and on and on, Motorola's Moto E5 has the capacity to surprise, especially at a $229 price point.
The mid-range squeeze may well and truly be changing what you get for a low price in the smartphone world, but at least one manufacturer is keen to stamp its name all over value, as Alcatel demonstrates.
Now that Motorola and Alcatel are putting up strong competition with low prices, it’s time to see what Huawei will challenge with.Two new phones have turned up from the maker of the Leica-equipped Mate and P ranges, and while they lack the two cameras that made those models intriguing, Huawei’s new phones come with their own interesting features.The new phones make up what Huawei calls its “Y” series, with a Y5 and Y7. While they’re part of the same series, the phones are a touch different, each sporting something…