OnePlus 6 shifts one million units in under a month

OnePlus 6 shifts one million units in under a month
OnePlus may not be the biggest name in the smartphone market, but the Chinese brand is quickly building a reputation for quality thanks to handsets like the OnePlus 6, which was released last month.The 6.28-inch device, which features a high-end AMOLED 19:9 display and a beguiling all-glass design, has been described by the company as its "most sophisticated handset to date" - and its commercial…

Huawei Mate 20 Pro ‘could feature tablet-sized screen’

Huawei Mate 20 Pro ‘could feature tablet-sized screen’
Huawei's Mate range have proven a popular addition to the phablet marketplace, with users responding well to the functionality and performance of these plus-sized phones.Now, rumours have emerged suggesting that the next addition to the range - the Mate 20 Pro - could be set to double down on the brand's signature size advantage, with leaked specifications indicating that the new device may feature a…

New leaks offer fresh hints about iPhone X successor devices

New leaks offer fresh hints about iPhone X successor devices
The iPhone X has undoubtedly been one of the most exciting products released by Apple in recent years, marking the tenth anniversary of the product line with a futuristic reinvention of the iPhone design concept.Following up on the device's success, a new report has indicated that Apple is now working on a pair of devices that will build on the foundations created by the iPhone…

Vivo Nex: has the all-screen smartphone dream been realised?

Vivo Nex: has the all-screen smartphone dream been realised?
For the last few years, there's been one key goal that smartphone designers across the world have been chasing after - being the first to release a handset that completely does away with bezels for a seamless all-screen experience.This desire to maximise the amount of screen real estate on the front of each smartphone has resulted in all sorts of major steps forward in mobile…

New and upgraded Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 2.1 coming soon

New and upgraded Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 2.1 coming soon
Nokia has been quietly re-establishing itself as an important player in the mobile market over the last few years, with the esteemed brand, under its new owners HMD Global, carving out a niche for itself by delivering highly capable handsets at an affordable price.The Nokia 5, Nokia 3 and Nokia 2 devices were a perfect example of this design principle, and have proven a real…

The BlackBerry reinvents itself with the new Blackberry KEY2

The BlackBerry reinvents itself with the new Blackberry KEY2
The BlackBerry is one of the forefathers of the modern smartphone era, and a brand for which many people still have a lot of fondness; however, there's no denying that BlackBerry devices are much less common nowadays than they were before Apple and Android phones took over the world.However, that doesn't mean the famous brand is down and out just yet, and as if to…

Motorola unveils new and improved Moto Z3 Play

Motorola unveils new and improved Moto Z3 Play
Motorola's mid-range Moto Z smartphone range has proven quite popular over the last few years, but as with any technology brand, there's a constant need to evolve or die. As such, the manufacturer has lifted the lid on the latest Moto Z iteration, which is set to introduce desirable new features to bring the device in line with 2018 standards.The Moto Z3 Play takes the…

Lenovo ends speculation with official reveal of Z5

Lenovo ends speculation with official reveal of Z5
Chinese technology giant Lenovo has ended months of rumours and speculation by finally lifting the lid on the Z5, its latest mid-range smartphone.At an event in Beijing, the company showed off the final design of the Z5 for the first time, revealing a slick handset with a striking aesthetic and impressive capabilities. The device will be making its commercial debut in China this month, though…