Following the success of its 50 Diamond smartphone, Archos unveiled two new devices in its Diamond product line.
Nextbit's crowdfunded Robin Android smartphone will go on sale this Thursday for $399, and we got a video tour of its hardware and software features from Nextbit's Eric Lin.
LG announced a new smartphone called the LG Stylus 2 that comes with a stylus and will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress.
Sony's new IMX318 is industry's first stacked CMOS sensor with built-in hybrid autofocus and 3-axis electronic image stabilization.
Microsoft quietly announced a new handset, the Lumia 650, and it’s not especially clear why it exists.
Archos launched the 50d Oxygen with some mid-upper tier specifications such as an octa-core processor, 5" 1080p screen and 2 GB of RAM. The device will be unveiled at MWC this month.
The OnePlus 2 received a $40 price drop. Those who purchased the device in the past 15 days will get a $40 refund with the new pricing.
Sony's flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z5, and its smaller version, the Z5 Compact, are finally making their way to the U.S. on February 7 for $599.99 and $499.99, respectively.
Huawei launched the affordable Honor 5X smartphone in Europe and announced that the Honor 7 Premium is coming in March.
Asus announced that its camera-focused Zenfone Zoom smartphone is now available exclusively at B&H Photo Video for $399.
Stanford researchers released a study that says T-Mobile's "Binge On" program violates net neutrality and is "likely illegal."
Macate's Codetel and TrueFace security promise to deliver unspoofable, super-secure smartphones. Just don't ask how it works.