After OnePlus's announcement that it will support its flagship smartphones for four years after launch, it might be time to add the brand to your shortlist. Find out what features you get on the OnePlus 9, 9 Pro and Nord N10 5G, and how it compares to other brands on updates.
Which? rounds up the five most exciting announcements at this year's Mobile World Congress. See the smartphones, processors, tablets and smart home gadgets that got us excited at MCW
The new Secure by Design plans, announced by the UK government, are being introduced as part of a cyber security law that will aim to tackle the vast number of smart products on sale, including smartphones, with weak or limited security protections.
We run through the features of the new Sony Xperia 5 II smartphone to see if it can really rival Apple and Samsung. See which features are best for gaming, taking photos and videos and watching films on your phone.
Huawei phones released in 2020 and beyond are missing Google apps and services. Find out how this affects new releases such as the Huawei Mate 40 Pro and why Which? can no longer award its Best Buy recommendation for Huawei phones.
Buying into 5G technology no longer means shelling out the best part of £1000, as the new mid-range 5G phone launches prove. See what the new Google Pixel 5, Oppo Reno4 Pro and Samsung A42 have to offer and which new 5G phone you should choose.
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From the mines their components come from to the landfill sites they end up in, our tech products leave deep footprints on our planet. Whether it's Apple, Samsung or Huawei, learn where your smartphone comes from and how you can reduce your impact.