New phones are coming out one after another in April, and for most brands, these are their first flagships in 2020. Here’s a look at the most-anticipated android phones as well as a new iPhone.
If you are tired of the tangled wires while charging your phone, maybe you’d like to buy a wireless charging one.
Huawei has announced the launch of its Nova 7i smartphone, which will begin pre-sales in Malaysia on February 14.
The Mi 9, a highly praised budget-friendly flagship released by Xiaomi in February, was abruptly removed from the phone-maker’s official website on December 1.
Chinese smart devices maker Xiaomi has announced that it will be launching a new smartphone featuring an unprecedented 100-megapixel sensor as the main sensor.
Chinese smartphone maker Meizu is facing a potential lawsuit from renowned certification and testing services provider, TUV Rheinland.
Here are the most popular Chinese smartphone brands that are not only well-retailed domestically, but also widely recognized overseas.
We’re not expecting another iPhone until 2020, but Android phone brands will keep pumping out phones during upcoming months. Let’s take a look at the most anticipated Android phones.
ROG Phone 2 became the first android phone to feature the powerful Snapdragon 855+ chipse, and other smartphone manufacturers have since followed.
Realme confirmed that the Realme X2 will be released on September 24. On September 20, Wang Wei, product director of Realme, announced the product's latest teaser poster.
Redmi K20 Pro aka Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro, powered by the high-end Snapdragon 855 processor, might be the most affordable flagship phone on the market.
Huawei has announced on its official Twitter account that it will be revealing its highly anticipated new Mate 30 series flagships in Munich, Germany on September 19.
Need a new smartphone but haven’t decided which one to buy? Here are best Android phones released or upcoming in 2019 and we’ll regularly update the list.