One of the better iClone makers has made yet another, but this time it comes with support for the most amount of SIMs we've seen, ideal for country hoppers.
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…
In its latest handset, the A57, Oppo is driving a bargain once more, so now the only question becomes is it worth it, or could you go better somewhere else?
It's always nice when what was once expensive technology makes its way down to something that, well, isn't, and that's basically what LG is pushing out in the K8.
You know you can flip down the menu bar to see your notifications, but do you know what else the bar does?
Six months after Oppo's F1s first arrived, the company has a new model, and while it sports similar features, it manages to undercut the original.
Anyone should be able to still get solid value for money, and that's what Samsung has with the not-quite-flagship A range.
A name few will recognise is producing a flagship phone for under $700, and it comes with metal, a fingerprint sensor, and a big battery. Is that enough, or does it need something else?
An iPhone for $598... could this really be real? Not really, but Oppo's mid-range R9s gets close enough that most people could be fooled, and you might be, too.