HTC today unveiled its 2018 flagship handset, the U12+. The phone is filled to the brim with almost every possible feature you can think of — barring the headphone jack.
ZTE announced recently that it had shut down its main business operations, but it looks like that may not last too long.
Xiaomi today announced that it will be unveiling the Mi 8 in China on May 31 at an event in Shenzen, China. The handset will be released on the occasion of the eighth anniversary of the company and will be the successor to the Mi 6 which was released in 2016.
One of the features that Google Photos has been missing is the ability to quickly add a photo or video as a favorite.
When OnePlus unveiled the OnePlus 6 in London last week, it did not mention anything about Dash Charging. This was surprising since Dash Charging was one of the most highlighted features of previous OnePlus phones and even the OnePlus 6 comes with the same charging technology.
LG is certainly no stranger to mid-range smartphones, and its bolstering its lineup with a trio of new devices.
The months and years roll by and Huawei and Honor smartphones evolve… slowly. Each is – genuinely – better than the last, but the glossy mass of glass, the avalanche of Emotion UI and bundled software, the dual camera ideas, much also stays the same. Is there enough new for the Honor 10? Actually yes, mainly through the AI in the camera, though there are quirks, plus a surprisingly low price point.
With the OnePlus 6 going on sale from today in India and from tomorrow in other parts of the world, the first batch of reviews of the handset is now live. Coming six months after the OnePlus 5T, a lot rides on the OnePlus 6 especially in terms of camera performance.
Last week, Huawei sub-brand Honor launched its flagship smartphone for Europe and other Asian markets: the Honor 10. The handset is based on the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro but makes some compromises to reach its price tag of less than $500.
Are you an existing Google Play Music subscriber and confused about the launch of the upcoming YouTube Music and YouTube Premium launch as to what it would mean for your existing subscription?