Welcoming what Apple’s dubbed a ‘new era’ of iPhone, Apple has unveiled four (yes, four) brand new smartphones. These range from the super-sized (and highest-priced) 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max...
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.
To help monitor the spread of coronavirus, the government is now relying partly on QR codes (or Quick Response codes) to track areas at 'high risk'. If you're not too familiar with the technology, we'll help you get up to speed.
Pop-up messages generated by apps can be useful – but too many can be maddening. If you think you’re spending too much time every day frantically swiping away pointless alerts,...
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.
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.
OnePlus loyalists will be pleased to hear that the OnePlus Nord preserves a lot of the features that we've previously seen on the flagship OnePlus 8. However, the Nord is significantly cheaper.
If you don't want to spend big on a flashy smartphone, a simple phone could be a solid alternative. Discover the best simple phones from Doro and Emporia.