Banning locked phones will make it easier for customers to switch networks, saving them time, money and effort as well as giving people access to better deals, says the telecoms regulator.
The coronavirus pandemic has made itself felt on tech industry launches, from the size of the events to the devices themselves, and Google’s half-hour presentation, introducing just three new devices plus a remix of a fourth, was very much part of that shift.
We look at whether you should fork out over £1,000 for the Find X2 Pro or opt for the less premium Neo. And if you’re incensed by the prices of both of these smartphones, Oppo has some much cheaper alternatives.
Huawei’s flagships aren’t the only well-known devices that are being shelved by manufacturers. The likes of Motorola and Samsung are also pulling support for smartphones that they launched in the last few years.
We’ve tested a range of new cheaper models that cost under £250, including two from Samsung, that offer great specs for their price. Best of all, one of these has just become our cheapest Best Buy.
Ofcom has laid out a set of measures for providers to use to help vulnerable customers as the coronavirus pandemic has increased the potential for customers’ circumstances to change suddenly.
The Realme X50 Pro 5G and Motorola Edge both cost around £500, and both boast enviable specs of their own. We've put them through our test lab to see if they perform well enough as all-rounders to justify taking the plunge.
Over the past 20 years, our phones have gone from being able to send 160-character text messages to being able to stream high-definition video. 5G will transform our society, as...
Samsung’s quirky new TV advert boasts of the ‘awesomeness’ of its new affordable devices, the Galaxy A51 and A71. We look at the differences between the two and see whether...
By aiming at the cheap to mid-range smartphone market, TCL is set out to compete with the likes of Honor, Motorola and Oppo. We've been hands-on with the TCL 10 Pro to find out if it measures up.