As part of Nintendo's strategy to expand into the smartphone market, the company just released its first piece of smartphone software: Miitomo.
Smartphone sameness has been a problem for flagships, and it's an epidemic in the midrange and lower. What can smartphone makers do to stand out from the crowd?
We were skeptical going into Canonical's booth at Mobile World Congress, but the company's Ubuntu Core "convergence" experience running on middling mobile hardware was impressive.
OnePlus announced that U.S. customers can now pay for their OnePlus phones with a new installment program.
The long-awaited Saygus V-Squared "superphone" is coming to market finally, but the specs that last year were extraordinary are now...not quite. But it's still a promising handset.
Intel's Project Tango phone now offers hand- and object-tracking -- without the use of any peripherals -- as well as improved demos.
The dual-screen Siam 7x smartphone was a longshot to ever reach the market, but it beat the odds and went on sale today.
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.
Acer announced two new phones at the MWC, called the Acer Liquid Zest (which also has a 4G variant), and the higher-end Acer Liquid Jade 2.
At MWC 2016 Sony took the wraps off three of its latest Android smartphones, part of the Xperia "X" series phones: the X Performance, X, and XA.
Lenovo announced the Vibe K5 Plus, which brings a Snapdragon 616 processor, full HD screen, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of storage for only $149.
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.