We looked at three popular mobile phone retailers and on CeX – the worst affected, 31% of the models being resold were no longer supported with security updates from manufacturers.
If you're balking at spending hundreds of pounds on smartphone features you won't often use, you're in luck. Budget-friendly brands like Realme, Motorola and Honor are making that decision even easier to make.
If you’re on the hunt for a good-value smartphone, Motorola is a likely first choice. But with newcomers entering the market, there's more competition than ever when it comes to value. We’ve put some of Moto's biggest launches under the spotlight to see how it fares.
The Samsung Android Security Updates page shows that the S7 has been moved down to the 'other regular security updates' category, which means updates are reviewed on a periodic basis – we pick three great-value upgrades for when it's time to bite the bullet.
From the pop-up front camera and tripe rear lens array to promises of lightning fast charging and a cutting-edge display, the 7 Pro undoubtedly has some head-turning specs. We've spent a week with the device to bring you our hands-on verdict.
Some popular mobile phone brands could be overstating the battery life their phones are capable of – but three of five actually deliver more than they promise, according to a snapshot investigation by Which?
Samsung and Apple are now well known for premium phones that scratch the £1,000 mark. But in an era where flagship Chinese smartphones are flooding the UK market at far...
With flagship smartphones that break that £1,000 barrier seemingly the new norm, it can be easy to forget that there’s a thriving budget market out there for those who don’t...
The OnePlus 6T goes up against two pricier powerhouses in our in-depth lab tests. Is it still worth paying extra for a quality smartphone?
In November, Tesco announced it would be stocking the IMO S2 with monqi, designed to be a child’s first smartphone. It’s powered by monqi technology, a childproof operating system that...