The unique Motorola Razr has landed, but it certainly doesn't come cheap. If you're set on buying it now, going for a contract is the only option, and unfortunately you'll be paying through the nose to do so.
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.
Smartphone announcements at CES may have been scarce, but new launches from tech titans Samsung, OnePlus and new player TCL are more than worthy of the spotlight.
Whether you want a cheap backup phone for emergencies or when you don't want to carry a valuable smartphone with you, or just want a simple phone that's easy to use for calls and texts, we’ve tested some of the newest simple phones on the market to tell you which ones are worth buying.
02 users in the UK are struggling to use their iPhone XR and have reported loss of signal, unreliable 4G connectivity and difficulties with making and receiving calls and text messages. Find out more about this issue and your rights to be appropriately compensated for loss of use of your phone.
After a little over a year operating as its own brand, Realme has truly made a name for itself. Its ambition is to offer affordable technology to the market, that’s...
Free messaging app WhatsApp will soon stop working on millions of ageing smartphones, meaning users won’t be able to make calls or send texts. A blog post over on the...
With the Oppo Reno2 offering a quad rear camera array for less than £500 and Google launching its first dual rear camera flagship, do avid smartphone photographers need to pay top dollar for their next handset?
We've dug through the deals to find you the best Black Friday prices on contract and Sim-free iPhones, including the iPhone 11, iPhone XR and XS, and the iPhone 8
Huawei’s stellar rise has led to it eclipsing Apple as the second-largest smartphone brand globally, but in recent months, its success has been shrouded by Google’s suspension of its Android...