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Huawei's Mate X is the best looking foldable phone we've seen to date but it comes with a hefty $2,600 price tag.
The Nubia Alpha is a smartphone for your wrist with a 4-inch OLED display that will be available later this year.
The HTC 5G Hub was announced today at MWC 2019 running Android 9 Pie and the ability to share high-speed 5G internet with up to 20 devices at home or on the go.
Samsung builds on its mid-tier smartphone line with the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30. Both look the same but feature slightly different hardware inside.
The ZTE Blade 10 packs a 32-megapixel selfie camera with AI smarts and will arrive in Europe, Latin America and China in April.
The Axon 10 Pro 5G marks first phone from ZTE to feature 5G capabilities. It's expected to launch later in the first half of 2019.
With Allo riding off into the sunset, Google has decided to find a new home for some of its AI features. Android Messages will soon have integrations with Google Assistant.
Lenovo is blurring the lines between tablet and phone with the new Tab V7 with full mobile connectivity.
Sony took to the stage today to unveil a trio of new cinema focused cellphones including the Xperia 1, Xperia 10, and Xperia 10 Plus. The Xperia 1 is the first to feature a 4K OLED screen but all three include the 21:9 aspect ratio.
LG has busy at MWC 2019 with two new ThinQ models: the LG G8 ThinQ and the V50 ThinQ 5G. Both comes with some crazy specs and variants.
BlackBerry is unveiling a brand new limited Key2 Red Edition for Mobile World Congress 2019.
Alcatel is announcing a trio of budget-friendly phones including the Alcatel 1S, Alcatel 3, Alcatel 3T, and the Alcatel 3T 10 tablet at MWC 2019.
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This week we had the chance to sit down with Visible CEO Miguel Quiroga and learn a bit about the digital service provider. Listen in and enjoy!
The tech gods have settled a longstanding feud. Google is returning the official YouTube app to Fire TV. In response, Amazon is opening Prime Video to Chromecasts and Android TV.