The Moto X Pure Edition’s software is purely Android, its attractive styling is purely Motorola, and its customization options make it purely yours.
Imagination Technology announced the PowerVR Series8XE at MWC 2016, a low-power GPU targeting low-cost smartphones, wearables, televisions, IoT devices, and other embedded applications.
Samsung follows up last year's radical redesign of its Galaxy flagships by fixing common complaints, polishing up the design, and resurrecting microSD support and IP68 environmental protection.
OnePlus proudly boasts that its latest smartphone is a "flagship killer." Does the OnePlus 2 have the arsenal to slay its competitors or is its metal chassis just filled with hot air?
Here are the best smartphones selling for less than $200; between $200 and $500; and for more than $500. We also include a Phablet category.
The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus may look just like last year's iPhones, but hardware updates and Apple's new 3D Touch feature make them feel completely new. While the new cameras and 4K video recording may get the hype, it's the 2GB of RAM that steals the show.
We test Huawei's Mate 8 smartphone to see how its Kirin 950 SoC performs. This is also our first look at ARM's Cortex-A72 CPU core and new Mali-T880 GPU. How does A72 compare to the A57 and Snapdragon 820's Kryo cores?
ARM's Cortex-A72 CPU adds power and performance optimizations to the previous A57 design. Here's an in-depth look at the changes to each stage in the pipeline, from better branch prediction to next-gen execution units.
In this performance preview, we subject Snapdragon 820, including Qualcomm’s first custom-designed 64-bit CPU, Kryo, and new Adreno 530 GPU, to a battery of benchmark tests.
The LG G4 retains a familiar look and still packs a removable battery and microSD slot, but it receives several internal upgrades, including a Snapdragon 808 SoC, an all-new camera, and a QHD IPS Quantum Display.
The A9 SoC inside the iPhone 6s comes from two different vendors (Samsung and TSMC) using two different FinFET processes (14nm and 16nm, respectively). We test both versions to see if there's any power or performance differences.
From sensors to optics to features, we'll run down the basics of mobile digital camera technology in this primer.
Asus’ 5.5-inch smartphone comes with an Intel processor and 4GB of RAM. Will its PC-like approach to creating smartphones leave you in a Zen-like state?
Today, we outline the strict testing procedures used to obtain accurate data and discuss each test that we perform on smartphones and tablets.
The controversial new Samsung Galaxy S6 sheds its plastic construction, removable battery, expandable storage and environmental protection for slicker looks.
Motorola’s second generation Moto E receives significant enhancements, including a faster 64-bit SoC, front-facing camera, and bigger battery. There’s even an LTE option. Is this budget smartphone worth more than its bargain price?
Vkansee's UTFIS 2000 PPI optical fingerprint scanner promises better security and accuracy in a package thin enough to fit under the cover glass of mobile devices.
Wysips Crystal is a transparent photovoltaic film that OEMs can integrate into the display stack, enabling screens that can provide charge and transfer data using light.
Marvell is hard at work developing technologies for mobile and IoT. At MWC 2015, we got to see some of the latest projects the company has been working on.
Physical connectors limit design choices, and tangled cables are a nuisance. SiBEAM Snap and WiGig are two wireless technologies that can help eliminate these pain points.
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