HP is diving back into the mobile market with the Elite X3 Windows 10 smartphone, a "dumb" laptop clamshell, and a dock like Microsoft's Display Dock.
LG just announced its latest Android smartphone at MWC 2016, the G5, and we were able to go hands-on with it and check out its metal design, innovative modular components and dual camera setup.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Stanford researchers released a study that says T-Mobile's "Binge On" program violates net neutrality and is "likely illegal."