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.
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.
The best cordless phones are easy to set up and have plenty of storage space for contacts and voice messages. Panasonic will be hoping that its newest cordless phones will be worthy of Which? Best Buy status.
Apple dubbed the first-generation iPhone SE the ‘the most powerful four-inch phone ever’ when it launched in March 2016. This popular compact device has made a comeback in 2020, but...
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...