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TCL is targeting budget shoppers this holiday season with the new Alcatel 1X Evolve which just launched at Metro by T-Mobile.
Nokia 7.1 and Motorola One both come with affordable prices, notched displays and should get updated to the latest Android 9 soon enough.
What are the main differences between LG's flagships for 2018: the recently launched V40 ThinQ and the G7 ThinQ, which debuted in May.
HMD has announced a new middle-range device during an event in London. It's called the Nokia 7.1 and will be coming to the US soon.
The Honor 8X is a gorgeous-looking smartphone that offers a lot of high-end features at a bargain. It's going on sale in the US soon.
You no longer need to pay premium for a smartphone with 8GB of RAM. Enter OPPO's new Realme 2 Pro which was just launched in India this week.
BlackBerry's latest KEY2 LE is a cheaper, watered down version of its Key2 smartphone. But is it worth considering? We compare the two.
The OnePlus' OxygenOS is full of tricks even if it looks from the outside like it's just a pure version of Android. Here are some you need to try out.
Samsung is now offering two new products for the budget-conscious buyers. The Galaxy A6 and Galaxy Tab A 10.5 will go on sale on September 14.
HTC at IFA 2018 has unveiled a new mid-ranger called the U12 Life which comes with great specs and a unique two-tone design.
HTC is preparing to launch a new mid-range phone from the U12 family. And if the reports are true, the upcoming U12 Life won't actually be made by HTC.
Alcatel 7 just went on sale at MetroPCS. The affordable device sports a 18:9 aspect ratio display and has Android 8.1 Oreo pre-installed.
Palm is expected to launch a comeback smartphone this year. And according to a recent leak, the product will be a low-end affair with minimal specs.
The Honor 7S seems like a promising budget device at first sight. But despite offering nice and modern design, the phone is plagued by performance issues.
The OnePlus 6 is tremendous device that continues to follow the company's creed: offering premium specs and features, while keeping prices low.